Hi all, I have a (hopefully) pregnant doe who would be just at 2 months now. This will be her second kidding at 3 years old and her first kidding resulted in Quadruplets, 3 buckings and a doeling. I am very concerned about her being overweight or the kids being too big since she is more than likely carrying multiples (she herself was a triplet). Does she look too fat in these pictures? She's recently been expanding sideways, but I can clearly feel her ribs and withers. Things get more "soft" over her hips and around her tail. Since it is still early in her pregnancy and her sideways expansion is bilateral, I am thinking it's not just because of the kids. I do not want her overweight, but I do worry about her getting enough to eat as she enters the second half of her pregnancy. Right now she is on free choice hay, minerals, baking soda, kelp, and yeast. I give her 1/4 lb pellets (organic dairy) twice a day and 1/4 lb of an even mix of whole oats, alfalfa pellets, beet pulp, and sunflower seeds twice a day. She also has had a zinc deficiency which resulted in scaly skin and scabs over her eyes and ears. That is clearing up, but her coat is still a little gross. I intend to copper bolus both goats in the next week, just waiting on my order from Jeffers. The second doe is six months old and not expanding sideways. :wink: Thanks for your opinions!