Hi All, My wife and I are new to the forum. I had a question about milk withdrawal time when using Tomorrow in a doe with mastitis. Last week, one of our Nubian does kidded and when we went to milk her the first time, we noticed that her udder was very "lumpy" or "chunky". In addition, she was running a slight fever and while she was still eating relatively well, she was not acting like herself. Admittedly, we did not send off a sample to test for mastitis, but the signs were there. So, we treated her for two days (twice daily on each side after milking) with Tomorrow; treatment was completed on Sunday. She has no more warmth to the udder, she is eating well, no fever, the lumpiness in the udder is gone, and she is back to being her same loveable and stubborn self. In fact, she is putting out more milk now than she has in the last two years. Our question is this: we know that the withdrawal time for Tomorrow in cows is 30 days. Can anyone give us an idea of how long it would be in goats. She is putting out so much milk now, we hate to see it all go to waste. Any guidance anyone could give us would be greatly appreciated.