I wasnt sure where to post because I have so many topics covered in what im about to type. My newest goat addition Ducky is loving the indoor bottle baby life, He gets to run loose every so often so he runs up on the couch, onto my Mom's chair, slips and slides across the kitchen floor, then he races down the hall and back. My dogs are not sure what to think about it. Ducky finally has pellet poops today, I was a little worried because it has been coming out as one large round ball and getting stuck. Ducky seems to have been cooked too long inside his mother, His teeth were good sized and he started nibbling hay when he was 2 days old. We have discovered that Marmy is a better milking doe than we expected. We have run into another issue however... Yesterday we came out to find the right half of her udder was way smaller than the left, and because Marmy is a heavy producer for her size it was quite odd. So we milked her out and both halves were even again, The milk had no abnormalities. Then today we came out and found the same thing??? We put her up on the stand (she refuses to jump so we must lift her) to examine her udder for sores and mastitis indicators, Nothing. But I did notice she was very full, So I began to milk her left side into the milking cup (Its easier to use with her, its a 3 cup tumbler/glass) and examined her milk, it was fine. about 20 seconds into milking I discovered why Marmy's udder had been lopsided, My 3 yr old doe April (My drug happy goat) decides to nurse the right side! :GAAH: We milked a total of 5 cups from the left side and 2 cups from the right side... You can imagine how happy I was about that. So now I'm not sure what to do.. I thought of taping Marmy's teats so April cannot suck them, but Marmy is going to get tired of me peeling the tape off her every milking. Any ideas? Thanks for reading my rant lol.