My two Nubian does are about 2 months out from having their first kids. I know at this time they need to start moving up to milk production rations. Since this is their first kidding, though, I don't want to overdo it and have huge kids. They are in good condition, but they have hollows right in front of their hips that I just can't seem to get to go away. I guess on a body condition score they would be a 3, and I hear they need to be a 4 or a 5 before kidding so they can support milking. Their FAMANCHA looks normal, and a previous worm test had minimal eggs. They like their grain, but they will happily ignore it for attention, and they don't always finish all of it within 15 minutes. They have free choice top quality alfalfa, and they spend 8 hours a day in my acre and a half of forest and scrubland pasture. They regularly eat trees and bushes out there to their heart's content. They each receive 1/2 cup of Calf Manna, 1/2 cup of beet shreds, 1/8 cup of minerals, and 2.5lbs of DuMor goat sweet feed per day. Do I need to up their feed? I have alfalfa pellets I can add to the mix. Can someone please help me figure out what else I need to do to get them ready for kidding and milking?