With all my animal experience, i have not seen too many actual breedings. So is this normal? I borrowed a buck. He is fairly experienced. I recently purchased two does who are 4 yo and been bred before. Of course they had just been in heat (I think) right before i borrowed the buck. The signs weren't really apparent, esp since they are new to me, so i don't know their regular behavior, but they were peeing more, off their food a bit, alot more cuddly than they had been, and had some gooky stuff on their tails. Not much else in the way of signs. I also have a 1 yo doe. She was dehorned on Monday, so i had her apart from the others. I put her back in the group pen today and she apparently is in heat b/c he bred her - I think. It was over so quick I could have blinked and missed it. I thought it would be take more time, maybe not as long as a dog, but not like chickens (on and off within seconds) I was working outside, so i saw him breed her twice more - but it was really fast all three times. Trying to figure out if she was actually bred, and if I should start counting, or wait a bit longer. I don't know if the speed is b/c she was trying to get away or not - she seemed flipped out about the whole thing at first, and kept going to the top of their log mountain to get away from him. I also said my two older does were out of heat - but one of them is acting really flirty with the buck and almost standing for him. (then she turns around and rams him and runs away) I know people said something about a false heat so many days apart from the real one, but was it the first one that is the fake, or the second one? She actually seems to be showing more signs this time - tail wagging, slightly reddened vulva, and alot more 'talking'.