Say that five times fast. I treated three of my aunt and uncle's doelings for Deerworm this past Fall/Winter. They had four doelings and they were all purchased from me in August and moved less than a 1/2 mile. Just goes to show how different areas can be. We've never seen deerworm in our herd. Anyways, the last doeling we treated had been bred less than two weeks prior. We had figured she would abort with the Dex required in treating the deerworm. She did not recycle, however, and started developing a little udder right on time. I started worrying then about the fact I had wormed her quite heavily that early in her pregnancy (with Ivermect Plus and 1%). On the 11th my aunt came home to two new babies and a very diligent first time momma. I sold them prevention raised doelings so they could have a clean start this time and would not have to worry about being there. Sundae, the dam, is still showing signs of nerve damage and I don't know if she will ever correct fully. She was the only one of the three to actually go down. The first two were caught and treated early on before they went down. The first doe to get deerworm delivered twin doelings sometime last evening or this morning. I discovered them while farm sitting this morning. A beautiful udder on that FF. She will be there milking doe. She is 1/4 Boer, 3/8 Saanen, 1/4 Nubian and 1/8 LaMancha/Alpine. Sundae had two bucklings and they are the first kids out of our Fullblood Boer buck, Sparky. We are expecting our first kids from him in August. Their four does were the first ones he bred. So far, I am pleased. Especially with how clean the teats are. Here is Sundae. Her left rear leg gives her serious issues and she has no control over her tail. She's managed to carry them to term and it was hard watching her climb the hill, but she should feel better with that weight off. Her two boy's the day after they were born; Thanks to those on the forum who helped me learn how to treat for deerworm. These are success stories.