I have a doe that is waaaaaaay overweight. She is a super easy keeper. Milked through 18 months, (still milking, but bred and production has dropped).Since Oct. she has only been getting 1 1/2 cup alfalfa pellets and 1 cup rolled oats on the milkstand. (Milking once a day) Since her production dropped severely last month, she is only getting a handful of each at milking time. I was hoping that by continuing to milk her till the end of Dec. she would not put her feed on her fanny, but.... All she gets in alfalfa/orchard mix hay free choice. But she is hugely fat. She always has a VERY well developed rumen (everyone asks if she is pregnant when she isn't) but she currently has rolls of fat behind her elbows that you can grab a handful of. I am concerned about her because she is only 2 1/2 months bred, already the size she was last kidding with triplets around her due date. She looks like Moby Dick when she lays down and grunts and groans while breathing (laying down). Waddles already. Since my pasture is currently a lake (not kidding, there are about 3 inches of standing water everywhere) the girls do not leave the barn. What, if anything, can I do to help prevent kidding problems from being fat. Or, what do I need to do to be prepared. Any suggestions greatly appreciated.