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Hi everyone im chaney. Was just wondering what happens if one of my does got bred to early?
 

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Thank you, Well shes bout 8 months old. I thought she was a little bit small though. Our naught buck broke in with them :(
 

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What breed is your doe? Some breeders will purposely breed their doelings at 8-9 months or by weight....standard breeds are usually at 80 lbs and Nigerians at 40lbs.
If you feel that she is not mom material to kid out at 13 months old, if you have a breed date and she hasn't come into heat since the breeding (18-21 days) you have the option of termination with a vets help.
 

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What breed is your doe? Some breeders will purposely breed their doelings at 8-9 months or by weight....standard breeds are usually at 80 lbs and Nigerians at 40lbs.
If you feel that she is not mom material to kid out at 13 months old, if you have a breed date and she hasn't come into heat since the breeding (18-21 days) you have the option of termination with a vets help.
Shes a sannan she weighs about 60. The buck is a nubian If that help. Thanks for the help
 

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If you really don't want her bred, you can get a shot of Lutalyse from the vet and give it to her 14 days after the breeding happened. Talk to your vet about it.
 

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If you really don't want her bred, you can get a shot of Lutalyse from the vet and give it to her 14 days after the breeding happened. Talk to your vet about it.
Ok thanks. One more thing is that what the mucus means tho?
 

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How long ago did the breeding occur? If it hasn't been long enough to determine wether she settled, you can wait and see if she returns to heat. Her weight is low but if she did settle and you don't want her to kid, you can get a 2cc dose of Lutelyse from your vet to induce heat. Or you can allow her to carry and just be sure she is getting enough nutrition for her own growth as well as her pregnancy
*ETA* Karen posted the same time I did :)

Usually once a breeding occurs, the doe will have discharge
 

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How long ago did the breeding occur? If it hasn't been long enough to determine wether she settled, you can wait and see if she returns to heat. Her weight is low but if she did settle and you don't want her to kid, you can get a 2cc dose of Lutelyse from your vet to induce heat. Or you can allow her to carry and just be sure she is getting enough nutrition for her own growth as well as her pregnancy
Ok it has been about 3 weeks ill wait and see thanks for u alls help
 
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