I found old posts on here regarding feeding new goat kids, but as they are old threads am starting a new one! Quick background At the farm we have had 5 goats kid twins, with one set of triplets. We have 3 others who also may kid, but did not yet. We did not run pregnancy tests, so aren't sure the remainder are bred, but we have time for that yet... so, the kids have arrived beginning mid July, and are spaced over a two week time span so far. With that, we have various birth weights of 5.5-9.5 pounds, of predominantly a boer goat breed. All seem healthy, gave 0.5 Bo-se shot to kids and are allowing them time with. mom. We have put the first time to kid does in kidding pens hoping for them to learn what to do and bond with their kids. Also, the triplets were moved to a larger pen to bond with the 3. All kidded on pasture or inside, as they can go in and out... So,..as we can monitor weight gain, have questions for all of you! -1. When do you begin creep feed! What age and how much? 2. Do you give unlimited creep? What age? 3. When do you give CDT? 4. Do you give CDT before creep? Banding or castration? 5. Do you give kids Replamin? Pro-bios? Selenium-e gel? B-12? 6. Do you supplement triplets with bottles? Can a doe produce enough milk for 3? 7. Anysuggestions for does who have triplets for feeding or getting more weight on the kids? 8. One doe goat had twins of about a 3 pound difference! Is there anything we can do to get them closer in size, or to assist in getting the smaller one to gain? Thank you!