This was my 1st experience with kidding and pregnant goats. Ok, so Saturday morning at 2:00 my ND finally kidded. It was her 1st and she threw triplets (2 does, 1 buck)! I got her a month before she was due and she had her CDT already. I feed her grain (2 1/2 cups a day), beet pulp (2-2 1/2 cups a day), alfalfa, hay, pasture, minerals and the occasionally treat (goat treats). All babies came out very weak and boney. Although once we cleaned them up and warmed them they were up and walking about screaming! We tried so hard to get them to suckle but they just hold the teat in their mouth. I gave them 1/2 cc of Nutri-drench and a little colostrum. The only one that even acted normal and suckled was the last doe that came out, she's the only one that made it. I was so heartbroken to lose those 2 babies, I feel like I could have done something but they refused to swallow or suckle. I was to afraid to shove a tube down their tiny little throat, or to do it wrong. I desperately want to avoid this in the future. Why were they so skinny/boney? Was I feeding her enough? The momma weighed 57 lbs right before she kidded. Was the move to a new place too stressful? I'm new to goats and kidding. I live in SW GA. Oh, the little doeling that made it is doing good and getting her milk, she has a full belly all the time. She is 7 days old now and still is a little weak acting (I'm comparing that to other kids I've seen online that are that age). She jumps around and tries to play but she still doesn't have any meat on her bones. Is this normal? Please, any advise is helpful.