I had to be the sucker...the breeder I got Jenny from had a problem kid who had gotten stuck in the birth canal too long with the umbilical cord torn, so she's a little over a week old, and still hasn't stood. She's partially braindead, but she's been improving a little tiny bit each day so they couldn't bear to kill her, so we took her since they didn't have the time needed to devote to getting her better. She is a purebred Saanen, a bit inbred (her dam was a Huey-bred daughter bred back to Huey, so he's both her sire and her grandsire) and should be a heavy milker if she ever gets better. Right now I'm letting her eat when she wants to, since Jenny's producing more than enough to feed both her and her kids. I've got her front legs braced and wrapped, since she can't even straighten them out completely. Any advice on taking care of a goat like this would be appreciated, I get to keep her if she lives at all.