Hi, a long, long night...My queen and the sweetest goat I will ever meet had trouble with her kidding. Her pins disappeared and her mucus plug showed up at 8 pm last night. By 10 pm we had a bubble. She wasn't contracting hard or regularly so I let her wait. No distress as she progressed but it took 2 hours for baby 1 who was tiny. Mom and dad are Nigerians but dad is remarkably small his other kids have also been tiny. Kid number 2 came after 45 minutes later and was also tiny. Number 2 presented with tail first and legs folded up into body. Placenta then emerged but didn't deliver. I stayed with her till 3 am until the kids were dry and eating well. Mom was not in distress. Checked on her this morning and placenta hanging down to her feet so tied it up in a plastic glove. Labor STARTED AGAIN and I expected to see it deliver soon. Checked in 30 minutes and new bubble formed. Cleaned up, gloved up and went in. Massive dead doe stuck with front leg at cervix, head turned backward and blocking cervix. It took 30 minutes to re-position and deliver dead doe. I moved very slow but tried to only work with the contractions. Am sure that there are NO more kids in there. I have given Daffy molasses electrolyte water and pain med along with antibiotic. No signs of active bleeding. She is eating and nursing her kids. Along with worrying about tears, other injuries and infections -- I am wondering if I should ever breed her again. This is her 3rd kidding. Her kids present breech regularly. Oh, and the third kid was quite large compared to the other 2 kids. I read and follow advice from here and in fact, took courage before I gloved up and went in after reading that I really needed to. Sure enough- I really needed to and am glad I did but am worried that my doe will not make it or that she won't be able to have more kids. Anything to watch out for? How do you decide whether to breed again or not? This goat is so sweet she would never have to have another and I'd still love her to pieces. But as the queen, will she lose her status if she is never bred again? Thanks in advance.