I have an odd situation - I have 2 does. They are sisters, 17 months old. They are a saanen/lamancha cross and their mother was a heavy milker. Never bred. I used to have 2 wethers in with them. The wethers were done with the burdizzo tool and I was never 100% confident that it worked completely. Last February the wethers started acting bucky - peeing on face, mounting girls, etc. So I sold them. The girls weren't in heat at the time, so I figured all was ok. Fast forward to April - I notice a bag starting to develop on both of them. The one has a bag that is practically full on one side. So, doing the math, I figure if they had gotten pregnant on the very last day the boys were here, 150 days put them due at July 17th. In May I gave them both the PTest from emlabs and they both tested positive for late term pregnancy. So, I started feeding them a bit more thinking they were pregnant. Now, here I am today with two goats that appear to be pregnant, but show no signs of having babies. I have not seen babies kick or move. They both have milk coming from both teets. But they would be at 165 days minimum right now, and their bags aren't filling up any more. They act normal and healthy. What are the odds that I have TWO goats with false pregnancy?? I'm not able to get them to a vet for an ultrasound - so I'm not quite sure how to proceed. Should I try milking them? Any input is appreciated.