My doe had triplets on Jan. 28th. They are thriving and eatting grain and hay. 2 are bucklings and one doeling. I'm keeping the doeling and selling the others. The dam is doing a great job of caring for all 3, but they are pulling her down pretty bad. She has an appetite like a bear and basically has full feed and hay, but is still thin. I think they only way she will pick back up is to pull the kids. When can I do that and can I band the bucklings now, give them a week or so and pull them? I don't want to stress them out too much by banding and weaning at the same time. Thanks in advance!