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Sarah Kidded day 147! Pics last post!!!!

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Sarah's due 6-20 just after Blessing. I can't wait to see her udder full. She's a beautiful doe who's finally starting to fill out like I'd hoped. She is beautiful anyway. She's bred to Larkspur who's buckskin with blue-eyes so we're hoping for lots of doelings with blue-eyes! Ha! She's a first freshener. She too is super sweet, my daughter hangs all over her. She's practically claimed Sarah as "her" doe. Gwen being her first doe since she's a bottle baby and Hannah has spoiled her rotten!

Can't wait! The time is ticking away fast! What do you think she'll have?

5-20-08 body shot...

Pictures from yesterday 6-4-08...

She's every bit the size of Blessing in body size, but girth, Blessing does have her beat. ;) This is an odd angle, but you can see both bellies.
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Re: Sarah day 135

I say twins too! She is a big girl and I bet she will be an EASY kidder, her mom certainly was, and her hips look really wide to me. I can't wait to see her udder full either :stars:
They are so adorable!!! Way to go Sarah!!! :stars:
I know I must sound like a broken record but.................... how does her udder look? :help:
Hey, you know that first doeling looks ALOT like Isabel, down to the exact markings.
Can't wait for piccies!! Have you decided on names yet?
Yes full nigerian. Her dam had even funnier ears. :ROFL:

I am curious as to what Sarah;s udder does look like, Rusty really liked Charity and looking at her escutcheon, teat size and placement he thinks she will come in with a really nice udder. We can only hope!!
LOL I know the fear of seeing the "damage" haha. Even with triplets Azriel is a bit uneven, even so I got her looking almost balanced for photos, thankfully!
Oh and might I add those kids are just PRECIOUS!!!
It is so hard to get a good photo when they are "too far gone". But you can tell that she has a very capacious udder :wink:
I have gotten two week old kids on a bottle no problem.
That is true lol. Might as well let her do all the work :idea:
I think I would feel really guilty too. If you have a CAE neg. herd and can spend enough time with the babies to make them decently nice then it is alot less work then bottle feeding. But there are many perks to bottle feeding the kids too, one being you get to see the dam's udder full EVERY day to evaluate it. I think I am going to start seperating kids at night from their moms at 2 weeks old so I can milk mom and feed the kids then they get to be with her all day long..
I had a feeling the little buggers would come around! That is great! :cool:
I haven't heard any fireworks here - just wait till tomorrow :roll:
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