6:00 a.m. Boer doe hollered and I heard kids. Went running outside in 35 degree weather and she had 2 beautiful doelings. One is HUGE. I'll weigh her later. Has to be 10-12 pounds at least. The other maybe 6-7 pounds, probably came last, mama probably ignored her pretty much while she was doting over the first huge baby. She was ice cold. I thought she was dead. I picked her up to see what sex she was and layed her to the side and then I heard this feeble little tiny cry. Other doeling was doing fine almost ready to stand up and I grabbed weak one and some towels and rushed her into the house. Started warming her up, went and milked mama and have tubed her twice with 1 1/2 ounces the first time and 2 ounces the second time with her Mama's colostrum (which was SOO thick I had to thin it a little with goat milk to get it to go through the feeding tube) I put about 1/2 tsp of baking soda in the first one and I gave her a 1/4 cc shot of Bo Se. Her Dam had a 3cc shot of Bo Se about 5 days ago. Baby just will not warm up. I have her wrapped in a warm towel, have rubbed and stimulated her all morning, is in the living room with the HOT wood heater blowing like crazy. She just seems lethargic. I might hear a little congestion. When I got out there the sack was broken on her head, but was still in tact around the rest of her little body. So sum it up all she has had so far is: tubed twice..........total of a little over 3 oz. of her Mama's colostrom had a 1/2 ts. of baking soda in the first tubing 1/4 cc of BoSe given sub q These 2 are out of a full blood boer doe and first kids out of Conan. They are beautiful, traditional colored with dark red heads. Beautiful little does. Anything else I can do to get her warmed up and get her blood pumping. Am I giving her enough of that colostrom when I tube? All ideas appreciated.