Pulling a Kid, Part 2


| 2/25/2013 1:06:22 PM


Tags: When goats need help delivering a kid, Goats, Labor of Goats, Dairy Goats, Milk Maid,

                            Pulling a kid, Part 2 

Remember his information is “in general” as not every labor is the same  

and for the most part, the doe won’t have a problem.  When only one leg  

is out and the nose is showing, this is not a big issue.  The kid can still  

be born without your help. If the leg is over the head, just  move it into  

the normal position. This means you have to go in and feel it.  But, it is  

NEBRASKA DAVE
2/27/2013 11:56:16 PM

Milk Maid, you certainly have had the experiences with birthing goats. In all the years of birthing cows we only had a couple times when help was needed. Have a great kid season.





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