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After the stress with the premature birth of twins last week it was so nice to have an uncomplicated kidding today. One of my first fresheners an experimental (alpine/lamancha) was bred to my Oberhasli buck and she gave me a doe and buck a couple of hours ago. They look just like my ober babies! I wasn't sure what they would look like! I did want the lamancha ears but I cant complain since they are healthy. : ) Only one more doe to go. The sister to the one that kidded today. I crossed her the same. I have a couple of weeks till she is due. :) :) :)
-- shari (email@example.com), April 05, 2002
Congrats on the healty kids!!!!!!!!!!!!! good luck with your other doe!! My doe that lost her triplets is doing fine. A little depressed but loving all the extra attention from me. VBG. Have two more does to kid next week and I am done. So far have had 11 kids out of 6 does, 4 doelings and the rest bucklings. Not counting the tiny triplets. Jan in North Idaho
-- Jan Nordberg (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 05, 2002.
Shari, I know what you mean. Seems like everytime Joe has to be at a dog show for the weekend, it's cold, raining, awful outside and that's when I get the difficult births. A few nights ago when Joe was gone again, a lady gave birth. Slam, bam, thank you mam, no problems. It was a warm night, a full moon, no problems all is well. I guess that's the reward for going through the tough times.
-- Dennis (email@example.com), April 06, 2002.
Ahhhhh come on Dennis, share your funny story about Vision, it should ahve been on America's funniest Videos!
-- Bernice (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 06, 2002.