A red bag delivery is the term used when a horse or goat’s placenta detaches prematurely (placentia previa). If you see the placenta presenting, you have six minutes to save the life of the life of the foal or kid.
This is one of the reasons I love being on the Holistic-Goats list. There is … click here to continue reading Red Bag Delivery
Starburst kidded on February 19th, 2008. She was due to kid on Friday the 22nd. My son went out to milk and there were two dried off newborn baby bucklings, walking around and nursing. Another uneventful birth!
Dani and Lightning were bred to the same buck, but did not settle.
We were expecting one of … click here to continue reading 2008 Kids
September 24, 2007. We had not planned to breed this year, but changed our mind when we got our new buck “Elvis” on May 12th. Zoë was bred to him sometime between the end of May and beginning of June. I actually wrote it down, but lost the barn records for those two weeks. UPDATE: … click here to continue reading 2007 Kids
Veterinary doctor Michele Konnersman provided some guidelines on proper cleaning for the assisting the doe with a difficult kidding is necessary.
Items to have on hand for “going in”:
Betadyne scrub Betadyne solution swabs or Betadyne solution sterile gloves sterile lubrication LA200 12cc syringe sterile water (either in vials or you can make … click here to continue reading Proper Cleaning For Assisting with a Difficult Birth
Let the Kidding Begin By Suzanne Gasparotto Onion Creek Ranch – Tennessee Meat Goats
Pre/post kidding preparations for dairy goat does and kids Prepared by Dick & Anne Pigman
Fiasco Farm Birthing & Post Birth Information Fiasco Farm
Approaching Kidding [from Internet Archives] Capri-Herb Farm
Are You Prepared for Kidding Season? AJ’S Udder Delight Dairy … click here to continue reading Goat Kidding Links