last night was a rough night. I have 3nigerian does that are pregnant. The one it is her first kidding, I think she is 3. Anyways she had triplets but one was born dead or dead when I found it. Two others were alive so I brought them in my barn. Keep in mind it’s ny in Jan so 20to 30at night. I brought the kids in the barn and got the mom in a stall with them. I ran to tractor supply and grabbed a heat lamp and colostrum supplement. I put the light on them and gave each a little colostrum. The mother was licking them so I thought things were going well. The one stood and was walking, seemed fine. The mother was licking it but when it got close to utter mom would turn around a keep licking it. I thought they’d figure it out. I was more concerned with other one. It was not walking or standing. It was just laying under lamp shivering. I had dried both with towels and wrapped that one. Made the call to bring it in house. In house I gave it some milk and let it warm up. It took awhile but stopped shivering and warmed up. It started to stand and walk on its own. Thought it was ok so took back out and put a mother in barn. Noticed mother still licking and turning utters away from other kid. Thought they’d figure it out and went to bed. Woke and both kids dead. Now I’m concerned about others on the way. Is it too cold to have kids right now? What do I do for them? Is it a must I bring them in house and bottle feed? Strongly prefer mother feed them. What did I do wrong and what should I do for next kidding which could be any day now.