I have posted pictures of my girl, Snowy, with the huge lopsided udder. She isn't due until March, and this will be her first time. I have instructed the kids that when they feed them, to pet them, play with them and touch their udders to help get them used to it. Well, I was out there yesterday and I was messing around with Snowy's udder, just barely touched the huge lopsided teat and out came an almost clear liquid with a milky hue to it. I would assume it's the colostrum. Should we just leave everything along and not mess with her?