I bred my does to a buck that had this genetic trait and resulted in offspring that had that problem. It was very pronounced when they were young, but the older they got, the less extra-teat stood out. My understanding is that both the male and female have to carry the gene. So if you breed her to a male who does not have that gene, you will be ok.We have a young doe with double channeled teats. Does anyone have any experience with this? I know its supposed to be hard to milk, but will she be able to nurse kids. Will this be a trait she can pass onto future kids?