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so...
i purchased a gold doe and had her bred before coming to my farm. well she kidded healthy triplets.yay.
so the doeling looks to have moonspots but im not 100% sure. the dams side has no moonspots but the sires dam line has tons. the sire is chocolate buckskin with white so maybe hiding a tiny moonspot in the white?
the doeling is tan/white with a few dark spots


i cant get the photo to work if someone can email me i can send them the photo?
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the doeling has darker spot above her eyelid, on her leg and ear. hopefully get a photo and let meknow what you think. at first i thought it was just her hair coat but now not sure.
 

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From what I read moonspots can't be black or white or On a white background. They don't have to be perfectly round and can be different sizes.

They Can be cream or dark brown or other colors (justnot black or white). Sometimes the parents moonspots can be hidden or so tiny or in an un noticeable place, so you might not know that parents carry them.
I'm no expert, I've just been reading up on them because I am interested lol.
 
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