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Okay, so here is Bit O' Honey - a nearly 3 year old doe pregnant, first possible due date is the 27th of July. I didn't actually see her get bred but there were the "early signs" of her cycle and I saw that, she's definitely bred (always takes the first time). How many do u think? She's had a set of quadruplet does (first freshening as a yearling!) and another set of quads, two does, two bucks. This girl is my FAVORITE doe! She kids w/ such ease, I just love her and she'll be w/ me forever. Anyways, what do u think?

Oh, these pics were taken on Saturday (the 19th).
 

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Here's one more, I thought this was cute. Sunset is begging Honey to share but I don't think she was too willing. :D Sunset is also pregnant and due in late September, she came to us as a "rescue" and she is a bit thin now. I should get her some beet pulp, is that a good idea?
 

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I'm very glad she had triplets as she can feed them alone. With her quads, I think she may have had enough milk (maybe) but she was getting frustrated w/ four kids at her two teats. You could see her frustration. . . . she'd end up just walking away sometimes, so we pulled her wether. She fed the other three just fine and one was a big boy too! Anywho, yeah for goat babies!!! :cool:
 
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