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My pregnant doe (first freshener) is laying down rhythmically grunting. She isn’t due until April. She seems fine otherwise. Not discharge or anything. Should I be concerned or is this “normal”?
 

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When they get further along, the kids can rest in spots that cause discomfort or put pressure on the diaphragm, which can cause them to grunt. I have a regular symphony of noises when I go into the barn at night and the preggos are all laying down! Lol
 
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When they get further along, the kids can rest in spots that cause discomfort or put pressure on the diaphragm, which can cause them to grunt. I have a regular symphony of noises when I go into the barn at night and the preggos are all laying down! Lol
Thanks for the peace of mind. I'm a newbie. Sigh.
 

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I hope I get to the confident state of being that produces y’all’s calm enjoyment one day. Right now I’m jumping at every out-of-the-ordinary noise. Haha.
 
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