Just what you don't want: tiny
little teats to have to milk!
They seem to be more common with Boer
does. Generally, we don't recommend
reaching up and grabbing part of the body
of the udder; but in this case you don't
have a lot of choice.
Honestly, it may be time to
explore "Plan B": Let her raise
kids, but don't count on her for
milk production for the house. With
this nice little doe, I was just
emptying her out at the end of each
day in case the kids weren't doing
a good job. But if you're needing a
good supply of milk for the house,
you might want to consider acquiring
a different doe.