The night she was born, of course I was sick, not really sure if I was gonna be able to help if needed. I woke up about 2am heard Casper complaining and then I heard a baby cry. Checking the goat Cam I saw Casper pawing at the baby rolling her over and over again. Scared me wide awake(forgot I was sick) and I ran out to the pen to see what was going on. The baby was cold and wet not moving, I brought her into the house warmed and dried her, found a sweater for her, it was 24 degrees and windy. Took her back out and Casper was a great Mom nursing her and caring for her. I think maybe Casper was just trying to get her baby girl up and nursing when she was rolling her around.
Thanks, yeah I think it might have been a poor outcome if I had slept through the night. I haven't got a name for the new one yet. She's doing great started bouncing around and I've seen her nursing on both sides of mom.
Wendy had twins buck/doe. I had to help a little bit the buck was first born head only. I was able to locate the two hooves quickly they were right on either side of the baby's neck coming out next. Grabbed them and Wendy's next push, I pulled gently and out he came. Doe followed minutes later no problem.