So Panda was in heat on Sunday, I put her in with my buck, we changed his name to Prince btw. Anyhow I never saw them breed but on Monday she had a very messy backside, and was a little swollen with a white discharge, but she was still acting very lovey dovey with him so I left them together for a couple more days, I took her out on Wen, and then today she was back to acting all loving with him, and mounting the other girls acting like she was in heat again. So I put her back with Prince, she would stand for him but he would just mount her and then slide off, he did this for like 30min, then I decided to watch from inside the house since it was so cold, I turned around and walked just a few feet than turned to see them and he was on her and this time actually did go in but it lasted only like 3 or 4 seconds and then he slid off and was interested in eating after that and not longer interested in her. So was that a successful breed? if it was does it really go that fast? I mean wow it was over so quick. Anyhow they are now just out there eating together and not acting interested in each other. I just don't know if she is really bred now or not? It was so much easier with horses lol. We just hand bred and led the stud to the mare took about 2min and it was done and we knew she was bred for sure lol. I have looked all over the internet for a successful breeding of goats and can not find anything. Is it normal for them to take so long to breed? Prince has breed two or three does before we got him this year so I know he knows what to do, but he sure takes a long time.