3/17/2011 1 Comment
We are officially on Tsunami watch this weekend as today was day 142 for Bekah's doe Tsunami.
Since she is a first freshener all the usual tells for impending labor may or may not apply to her, so we will just have to keep a close eye on her.
So far she is developing a very nice udder for a first freshener and I am quite pleased with what I'm seeing and eager to see how she does as a milker. She is bred to Sunny and I have told Bekah that she can keep ONE doe kid if we are blessed to get any.
3/19/2011 02:32:32 am
Aren't soft ligaments always present before birth even in first fresheners? I separated Roni last night and checked on her several times. She was pawing and smelling the ground, stretching, udder is pretty full, but ligaments still pencil-like and no discharge.
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