I have had 2 does kid, the first one had a very difficult delivery, the kid didn't survive, I let her dry up because I didn't want to add to her trauma by milking her twice a day. The second doe, Snow White, had an even more difficult labor, and although I milked the colostrum out and froze it, I didn't wish to milk her until she got better. She kidded last sunday, and I figured she'd be dried up by now, but she's doing wonderfully well today so I thought I would check and see if she dried up completely. She milked out about an ounce of milk. Since she's still producing, does this mean that if I start milking her twice a day, that she'll perk up production? And if yes, will this harm her health in any way? I don't want the milk if it'll harm her, but if there's a chance she may can still produce, I'd like to start milking her now that she's feeling better and if it's not too late, but ONLY if it won't cause her health to decline any more than it already has through the difficult kidding.