My 2 year old Saanen doe kidded this evening for the first time- triplets. One buckling who is already spoken for going without papers to a "homestead" type farm and two doelings, not bad! :biggrin * Ummm...can't believe I did this but that is 2 bucklings and 1 doeling. The second doeling straddled to pee this morning and I looked... :jawdrop :nooo :lol.... * The does udder was growing nicely over the last few weeks, looked and felt even until yesterday with glands being palpable but no "weird" lumps. One side started looking really uneven and until she freshened this evening you could actually see lumps on that side both from the back and from the side above the teat. Looked really scary so I refused to look so I could concentrate on kidding. The more normal side of course was very full as well and the glands/ducts could easily be felt before I took any colostrum, but they weren't knobby. The lumps on the uneven side felt like knobs within the longish glands/ducts. She seemed to have more colostrum on the uneven side. Does my description make any sense? I've had this doe since July...was not vaccinated. She has no fever and the udder is not hot and not firm now that I took most of the colostrum. Is this normal for a FF or is something wrong?