Just found this on the web. A couple of days ago I was wondering why my young doe's udders seemed bigger than I expected for an unbred doe...but I have never had does before last year...only bucks and wethers, and I'm not breeding or milking. She's about one and a half years old, and yesterday one udder was enlarged, almost like it was filling up with milk. I didn't know this was possible in any animal species, and just found the above info on the web. How do I determine that this is just milk (can I actually milk her out?) or a real udder infection or problem. It is not red or hot and she does not appear to be uncomfortable or in pain. It is not full like a bursting bag that needs to be emptied. In the above statement, it says to just leave it alone if it doesn't need anything, but I don't want to ignore it if it could be something else. Thanks in advance for any wisdom and advice.