You guys have likely seen my thread of the doeling who had a premature date with my buckling ; She got pregnant at around 5 months, we luted her 20 days post breeding, and a blood test last week confirmed she is still pregnant. She's due March 25th, she will be 10 months old at that point. She really is a decent sided young lady so I'm not too concerned; We weren't comfortable aborting again 2 months in so we have decided to take our chances. My question.... what do you think I should be doing nutrition wise for this young lady? My vet said don't increase any protein on her before kidding to limit the size of the babies. Honestly - her body condition is pretty plush as it is, even before she was pregnant she's a really stout young lady for a dairy goat (nubian lamancha mix)... because of this, she is only getting free choice high quality hay with the occasional grain and seems to be perfect. But... I don't want to encounter any pregnancy issues like toxemia. Some pics of her attached. She's the black and white one. The one of her in the barn isnt' a great shot, but it's next to her 2yo mom for size comparison which I thought may be helpful. Thanks guys!