Well I went out to put down some fresh straw in the goat shelter today and what do I see but TWO of my pregnant FFs with what I am guessing is mild prolapse. I couldn't take a picture because it was getting dark, but here is the description: Tuxedo -- due April 15 -- she's 1 year old. She was standing with her front legs up on the hay feeder. I would say I saw about a golf-ball sized red protrusion (fleshy/organ-y) from her pooch. It went back in. Her pooch is really "poofed out" looking. She has a bit of discharge on her tail. Her pooch is also kind of open-ish (just slightly parted if you know what I mean). I do not think she has miscarried yet, she still has a bulge on her right side. I am thinking she might have quite a few babies in there to be showing so much so early. Sedona -- due April 12 -- also about 1 year old. Also standing with her front legs up on the hay feeder. She had a tiny red protrusion (like the size of tip of pinky finger), went back in really fast. I am scared of losing the babies but more scared of losing my two favorite does. What am I doing wrong? I must be doing something wrong if 2 of my 3 pregnant goats are showing these signs. They're eating alfalfa and grass hay and getting some grain each day. The only thing I can think of is that since they tend to put their front feet up on the hay feeder (and spend a lot of time like this), the weight of babies plus gravity is putting too much pressure on their cervix? Should I change feeders to one that's really low to the ground so they don't put their feet up on it? Somehow they always think the best hay is the hay that's hardest to reach and highest up. By the way, here's what I immediately did... This might sound really weird, but I put warm raw honey on their pooches. I once had a hen with a badly prolapsed uterus (the size of a large egg, hanging out of her) and that was recommended to me. Sure enough, after a few applications it sucked back in and she hasn't prolapsed since. Help! I'm worried about my girls. PS... I have missed you guys... I know I am just a newbie but I had a DISASTER at work this week and haven't posted in like a week... and I have been in total withdrawal!!