I have to agree with you Trob...she definitely should NOT be that small at 5 months of age...even if she wasn't actually symptomatic, she may have had cocci that stunted her growth to such an extent. Definitely PLEASE place her in a home that WILL NOT be breeding her!!! :wink:trob1 said:Well even her horn growth is stunted so I would think maybe cocci damaged intestines or some kind of medical problem. Make sure you keep her away from bucks and bucklings.
Oh, I think you miss understood me. Let me explain. I moved to Texas in 2006 from California. My relatives, who still currently live in California, are trying to find a house (and sell there CA home) so that they can move to Texas. When they came to visit last, my cousin "claimed" this girl and we promised to hold on to her until they moved into there home in TX and got settled in with facilities for her ect. She wont be shipped anywhere. LOL! Sorry for the confusion..... :angel:liz said:She is definately a petite little thing! Her horn growth for 5 months does indeed suggest that there is/was something going on with her nutrition absorption. Don't beat yourself up over her dam being a baby when bred, unless it was done purposely. Accidents happen believe me, thats why my ANGEL IS A NEW MOM AT 9 MOS OLD! I would rethink shipping her to your relatives without a buddy though, if she is having some issues with nutrition being lonely will make it worse, is there not a wether to be her companion? What about the buckling in the pic? Unless he's already spoken for, he's old enough to band and wean to go be her buddy.