Nubian Doe went into labor, it seems, early morning . . by the time we were up there, one kid was half out - and another's head was out. . .all stuck. . . She was wretched. . .Kids were large. . . I put on gloves and lubed up and got the first one on out. . . She stood up after that and I was able - with some difficultly, to get the knees up and then the second came out . . . She has somehow torn her udder or the pressue made it rip - it was very tight and shiny upon kidding - VERY - unusually so, really - it is a somewhat small rip but there is no way to milk her and let is heal - - - or even restrain her and make her allow milking and on the other side - she WILL NOT let down - We've only gotten about a cup total out all day just trying to make her comfortable after what she has been through. . . my question is. . .can I just leave her be and expect her to dry off? Will this ruin her udder? Her dam's udder was ruined after mastitis and then the fact she would NOT dry offer after 6 months of us milking just the one side - production dropped, the mastitis side dried off - and the one side was only giving about 2 cups a milking, so we dried to dry her off, and 6 months later, that side never dried off. . . and her udder is a wreck. This doe, her kid, has a nice udder - I hate to ruin it. . .but I hate to keep trying to milk her with the torn side, the traumatic kidding and her not letting down from the pain of it all . . . What to do, what to do? ? ?