So I went out to albon all 11 goats and 2 llamas tonight - and got everyone but the baby llama. She just would not cooperate, so I am waiting for hubby to get home cause he is stronger then I and can help me to catch her and put 30cc of Albon down her throut. Anyway, when I gave daisy her's - to my surprise - her udder has doubled since last night. It is now the size of a small cantalope! No colestrum yet. Knowing my luck I will not be able to go to town on Christmas eve cause I will be to nervous. She started with barely a palm a week or so ago, then a whole hand ful about a week ago - and over flowing handful last night and a small cantalope tonight. He ligaments are still there - but funny enough I could NEVER feel them before, and now they are promonant. The muscle or fat, what ever it is around the tail is not there, it seems like it has disappeared, and I can feel almost all around her tail bone under the skin. The ligaments are definately not as defined as they have been. I felt her belly infront of her udder, but she was a bit tense. I felt a baby move 1 time and that was it. Couldn't tell if she was soft there or not cause of her being tense. What do you all think? Do you think she will make it to the " thought her due date was January 28th" or do you think that she will go before that? This is her second freshning. We know that she has two in their, at least that is what we thought we saw on ultrasound. She had a single her first time.