I will be out of town with family in December for about 5 days. My problem is some of my Nannies will be birthing then. My helper is capable of feeding only and making sure water is out fit them, nothing more. I have tried to cover all the basics for birthing such as selium shots, pneumonia vaccines, CTD&T shots, copper bolus and minerals. At the moment they all look good, in fact so good some of them look like anytime now. My worry is if a kid is born that per chance would have Selium deficiency (wobble legs) would a loader dose of Selium gel work or would this choke them? This if needed, he could put on his finger in small amounts and put in their mouth. He can’t do shots at all. I pray all goes well but I know some will be born during this time. When this time away was planned I never thought of this would be birthing dates until it was too late. I will be in touch on the phone off and on but I know his limitations and his panic mode. Doing temp checks or anything other than feed and watering is out. He will put out hay also. If anything I need to do before I go please say so. As I said, they are pretty as can be right now.