My very first goat birth (last night) was complicated and stressful! The first baby was in a red bag and upside down. I got her out quick and there was no heartbeat. I rubbed her and rubbed her and she was just so tiny and dead. The second one had a normal looking bag and even though his head was first and his legs tucked underneath him, we just reach in and repositioned his legs and he came out great! Alive and breathing and healthy. Third one was in a red bag as well. She was sideways with her legs straight back. Wasn't breathing at first so we pulled her out quick and started working on her. She was weak but okay. The mama didn't want anything to do with her and was stepping on her so we held mommy still while baby nursed. She eventually started letting the baby nurse on her own. Happy to say we have one healthy light colored traditional boy and one healthy little girl with a traditional colored head and one spot on her right shoulder. Welcome to the world Daisy and Mack :stars: I'm seriously loving goat ownership and I'm so proud of Turtle (the mommy) for being so cooperative and trying so hard to save her babies.