Okay, really weird question here, but are there any other reasons anyone can think of for feeling movement on a doe's belly, besides pregnancy? I have an Alpine doe who kidded late this March with twin does. She was purchased by my parents in early June, along with her two doelings. This morning, when milking her, my mom noticed that there was movement on the doe's belly, and when she felt the doe's side, there was a push against her hand. Apparently, it happened multiple times. We started to think it over, and she is a bit bigger than when we got her, she eats a lot more now, and she kind of suddenly dropped in her milk production from over half a gallon a day last week to one quart today. I'd think pregnancy, but Alpines are seasonal, so is there anything else it could be or has she bred out of season? We're newbies here, so this would be our first pregnant doe and we aren't sure what to look for.