My dry goat is 3.5 years old and has not had a full-term, successful pregnancy. At 1.5 years old, she had babies born alive, but they were two weeks early. They didn't make it through the night I honestly believe the other goat we had caused her to go into early labor. She was vicious and aggressive. We hadn't owned her for very long and pretty much got rid of her after the dry goat gave birth two weeks early. The next year, which was the fall of 2019, she was bred again, but one month later she started bleeding, which was in November. We tried to rebreed her in Dec-March, but nothing. Here we are again, and hope so much to get her bred and for her to have a successful birth! The vet isn't so hopeful about her chances because of her age. She looks great, the best ever since getting her in Oct of 2018. She has nice, soft pliable skin and actually gave us milk after her first birth. We milked her for several months and got around 4-5 cups a day. Her udder was so soft and the milk just fell out. She was the first goat we ever milked so we didn't know how easy we had it! Now that I'm milking our other goat, I see I was spoiled! Has anyone had anything like this before? My vet doesn't feel too hopeful and thinks we should try giving her 5cc of tetracycline three times, 5 days apart from each administration. He suggested we do this when she goes into heat to breed her to our buck - likely the ND one. Any thoughts??? I would love to get a doeling out of her and even have the opportunity to hand milk her again!!!