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Discussion in 'Waiting Room' started by ALBoerGoats, Aug 6, 2020.
Yay!!! Release those babies!!!
Triplets! The girl came out first and was a frank breech so I had to push her back in and find her back legs. Finally got her out after a couple minutes. The boys came out perfectly.
Congratulations!!! You’re a pro. I’m always amazed at how big Boer babies come out.
Yay! Triplets! Congratulations and good job to you and Freesia.
All babies and mom are doing great! Unfortunately, I found that the biggest boy has a parrot mouth. Vet doesn't think it is genetic since neither Freesia or Electro have passed this issue on before. We are thinking she got ahold of a toxic plant sometime during early gestation. I will be walking the fields to see if there is any out there that may be. Luckily he eats just fine. He will be a wether and we will process him ourselves when he is big enough.
Oh, and the other two have perfect bites.
I'm thinking Coyote will have triplets as well. Her ligaments have softened slightly, vulva is more relaxed but her udder is still pathetic.
Twins! The girl came out first. She was in the perfect position but is huge! Took a good 15 minutes of pulling to finally get her big head out. Boy shot out with one leg back unassisted. Poor Coyote
It was probably quite amusing to see this 9 months pregnant lady laying on the ground trying to help deliver this goat
I'm definitely going to be sore after that one!
Girl is in the first picture.
Goodness. He is a big one. Congratulations.