Damsels in Distress – Recognize Goat Labor Problems

When a pregnant goat lying down is an emergency...

Damsels in Distress – Recognize Goat Labor Problems
Add to Favorites Reading Time: 5 minutes When your pregnant doe is in distress, there isn’t a lot of time to research goat labor problems. Gaining knowledge beforehand about goat labor problems helps you have better outcomes. In order to recognize that a pregnant doe is in distress, you should familiarize yourself with the usual goat kidding signs and the normal course of delivery. Goat pregnancy lasts somewhere from 150 to 155 days. When you know the actual date that the buck had access to the doe, you can track the time closely. When you keep the buck with the does, it is harder to determine a possible delivery date. There are some signs you can look for as delivery is expected. The doe may refuse food and maintain some distance from the herd. Her vulva will swell, and the udder will likely begin to fill. As labor progresses the

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