photo comparisons... help with some?

Discussion in 'Goat Management' started by Dreamchaser, Jul 11, 2010.

  1. Dreamchaser

    Dreamchaser New Member

    Oct 29, 2008
    Camp Verde, AZ
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    Other than the loss of hair on the teats, can you see any difference? I'm not sure if her udder is filling out. Not sure if she is preggers - she was exposed to the buckling when we brought him home. She won't let me touch her tummy.

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    Any difference that anyone can see? I know her legs are in the way. I don't know if she's preggers either. :( It is unknown if she was exposed or not where we got her from.

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    She's filling out nicely, and her hair is softer and shiner already.

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    She is also looking better. Again, not sure if she is preggers. She came from a place where she was exposed to a boer buck.
     
  2. fiberchick04

    fiberchick04 New Member

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    Mar 8, 2010
    Colorado
    I do see her udder getting bigger. Hard to tell though. One time I had a doe that we weren't sure took because she never got big or showed any signs of being pregnant. So one day she popped one out in the middle of a snow storm. Our llama kept mom and baby warm and protected from the elements.

    This year we bought two does that ran with a buck year round. Didn't know one was pregnant because she was so little and had no sign again. When she started showin signs we figured she wasn't due for a while. But she kidded before the bigger doe...with TWINS! One two pounder, the other a seven pounder.