Yes she is, can kids tell if they are being rejected? I was able to hold hr against the wall in the barn and let them nurse. By late this evening ....the kids didnt want her milk......it was like they knew she didn't want them.....I brought them in the house with me tonight....I didn't trust her to be alone with them.If she dropped her afterbirth, rub it all over the kids, from head to tail really good. Tie up mom and one back leg, the one you are working from, so she can't kick, milk out just enough to make her comfortable, put the kids one at a time on her teat to nurse.
Is she a first time momma?
UPDATEIs she hitting or pushing them?
If not, I would pen her up with her kids alone to bond, go out every couple of hours and get the kids to nurse. Unless, you feel they are now better suited for bottle babies.
If the mom is kicking at them, when they try to nurse, it is normal for First timers, if you have to tie her up and one back leg, do so.
It is when they are trying to hurt the kids, is when they should be pulled from her. Momma may need to be taught to be a momma, but use your best judgment.