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Another question. With a female how often are they "in season?", for milking? And I believe lack of young and lots of excersise decreases that but I'm not sure. I could probably find that info on google but probably not specifically for mountain climbing, woods sleeping, backwoods tough, pack goats.
 

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Dave (TDG Farms) S.E. Washington State
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Re: Extended Trips

Daylight is suppose to effect a does cycles most of all. But pretty much a doe will start coming into "heats" as early as Aug. and can keep cycling every 21 days into March. But they can come in all year round. Here we pretty much only see em come in Oct. - Feb. All this can change though with a buck in rut near by.
 
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