Can bucks bring a doe back in heat or not?
Hmmm.. I'd hate to say something was wrong with him, but I have a 5 month old here that was chasing does.. they were, of course, threatening to kill him, but he was eager none the less.Faithful Crown Nubians said:my buck wouldn't breed them. Not sure if there's something wrong with him or if he's just not mature enough yet.
His front legs are nasty. But not his face. He is definately not fat. He's 8 mos. And he extends no more then about an inch... I am almost sure that he has not bred either of my does. When he does mount them he gets the tip of their tail messy. But thats it.whimmididdle said:If the doe's are standing for him, and he is mounting, but isn't actually breeding them....then I would be getting concerned.......Is he so fat at this point that he gives out to quick. Can he unsheath his pecker ? Is he able to spray himself in the face with STUFF..? I would think if this young buck is over 6 months old, he should smell like a rotten pee pot, and act like one too with those open doe's out there. Around here, anything less than that, and I will begin to worry about him a little bit.