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The first pic is of my silly naughty Bees's mama two years ago while my Bee was cookin. The next is of my Bee now.... the fatty white butt in there. Yep looks bout the same. Hahaha. The last is my Crickie girl. Both girls are due the first week of march. My crickie looks like she has two testicles hangin round. Lol! But her udder is gorgeous when she is in milk! And she milks out to this every day.
 

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I thought i remember seein your girl got serviced?
She did, and then again 3 weeks later and then again 3 weeks later... and she was a little under the weather the 3rd time, so I'm even more doubtful that she took. We'll just have to be PATIENT!!! :waiting:
 

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She did, and then again 3 weeks later and then again 3 weeks later... and she was a little under the weather the 3rd time, so I'm even more doubtful that she took. We'll just have to be PATIENT!!! :waiting:
Oh! Dang i am sorry! Jave you looked into her being cystic if you saw her hunch after he did the deed?
 

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Oh! Dang i am sorry! Jave you looked into her being cystic if you saw her hunch after he did the deed?
Thanks. I never saw anyone hunching in my two successful breedings before or with her. Her first time 2 years ago it took her a couple of rounds, so I have not totally given up hope. How do you check for cysts?
 

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Thanks. I never saw anyone hunching in my two successful breedings before or with her. Her first time 2 years ago it took her a couple of rounds, so I have not totally given up hope. How do you check for cysts?
I think it is more a process of elimination that actual checking for them. But may e the vet can ultrasound them a d tell? I dunno. I have not had to deal with it so not done much research on it. Kinda of... if a doe has quick cycles, not settling, not overweight, proper feed and mineral regime... stuff like that.... then you try the process to clear it up and see if it works.

But if she is not hunching then he is not hitting the x marks the right spot i would wonder about too.

Eta.... ooooo... have you tried giving BoSe? Maybe she needs a boost of selenium? Selenium def can cause fertility issues in both bucks and does.
 
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