Anyone have suggestions? I posted a couple weeks ago about a doe that has had a precocious udder for some time. Many gave suggestions,but I followed what my vet said. He said not to milk her out, either give her two hormone shots or else breed her. I put her in with my billy for a week and a half. She did not come into heat. Took her out of the pen on Thursday. Friday I noticed she wasn't aggressive at eating at feeding time, but she was still eating. This morning, she was down and then stood up when everyone else was eating but no attempt to move. Took her temp - 99.7 (was expecting high temp, not low). Since she was cooperating, I felt the udder, very hard. I milked some of it, no milk, but clearish, Maybe brownish, water stuff squirted out - tried several times. No milk. Put her under a heat lamp, bedded her down with hay. Called vet. He said give her banamine, and 6 cc. penicillin. He didn't think the udder was infected or she would have a temp. also, gave her some nutri-drench. an hour later, was worse with head bent back. Propped her up some more and I had to leave to do a petting zoo for a party. When I got home, she had moved some, but still lying down but head stretched upwards and looking towards ceiling. No signs of blindness, but going out now to give her vitamin B complex. any other ideas.