I just went down to the mailbox (1/4 mile in the pouring rain - for a Home Depot flyer :flame: ), put the dog in the house, and went to hunt for eggs. I have a Nigerian doe who is very pregnant, so when I heard a funny "blaat" I thought I'd better go in and have a look at her - and turn off the lights that the danged milk goats keep flipping on! Tiara, my Saanen doeling, is in heat today, so acting kind of goofy (only 5 months old - probably doesn't really know what she wants). I went and looked at Bronwyn, who is in the pen next to her, and Tiara was up on her hind legs, feet on the grille. Looked a little closer and realized that one leg was trapped between the grille and the supporting post! I went into the stall and tried to slip her leg back up where the gap was wider but it was good and stuck. Fortunately the grille is made from hollow metal tubing, so I went and got a metal bar and was able to pry the tube away from her leg and get her un-stuck. She has a little bit of a raw rubbed spot but no other damage, thank goodness! Pretty stressed out, though, poor thing and breathing very rapidly. I'll go back out soon and see if she's settling down - she seemed more worried by my presence, so I thought it best to leave her for a bit to calm down. I hate to think what might have happened if I'd been away at work all day!