My doe kidded a week ago with triplets. We have kept her in a separate area with her kids. A fence separates them from the other 4 does. Mom has gone out in the electronetting with the other does to graze while the kids sleep. And there have been a few supervised interactions between them all in the past two days. The two older does leave them alone, the third doe is very interested in the kids, has pushed her head on them, but gently. The youngest doe, also bottom goat with horns, rears up and wants to head butt them. So . . . how do you decide when to "open the gate" so to speak? Mom does not stay with her kids when she is grazing/browsing. She'll occassionally look for them, but is more interested in eating, so she makes me a bit nervous that they could get themselves into a situation that she'd be unaware of. When not eating, she's very protective of them. Thanks for any guidance. Oh, and the electronetting is poultry netting so the squares are really small and not the tangle hazard that goat netting can be.