Hi there, I am wondering about drying off my doe. I've read about how to do it, but my real question is about whether once dry do they stay dry. I will be moving out of the country in a few months and my parents have a hard time milking her, so I need her to be dry by the time I leave and to stay dry. Since she is our only goat, there is no chance that she will be bred again, so that is not a problem. Her production has already started to naturally decrease with the onset of colder weather, I just don't want her to start up again in spring. Any advice or knowledge will be greatly appreciated!