Got a set of natural bred does that are due starting this Thursday. One of them decided to go several days early and had kids on Monday afternoon. I normally don’t llike to lose a baby, but this time it might have worked out for the best. The mother actually had triplets. One was an under-developed still born still in the sack. Another was a fully developed doe kid that just didn’t make it. Which leaves a buck kid, alive and ready to go. I was questioning one side of this doe’s udder. Sure enough, it was bad. So, it is actually a good thing that she only has one kid to raise. And at least it is a buck kid.
Keep fresh water out for those show goats. Give those wethers some grass hay a couple of times a week. Keep salt and mineral available. And keep those show goats warm. Layers and layers of blankets.