Okay this is my first breeding season in which I figure out how to get a doe bred. I had bought 2 pregnant does that kidded on my farm but never had to get anyone bred. So question is when they get a visit from the buck how do you know they are truly bred? He does his thing and after about 30 minutes to an hour he leaves them alone as if he has decided they are bred. He goes crazy at first. Does he really know that he has done his job or something? How long do you leave them in the pen together? He will check the back ends of the does and I have seen him smell then go after the doe and then I have seen him smell and just leave them alone. I know which does he I guess thinks he has successfully bred. They would be Cleo Lily and Snow. He is very frustrated with Abigail he sniffs the back end and mounts her. The only difference is Abigail is a first timer. All the others are second fresheners. Could there be something wrong with her and the buck knows she won't take? Sorry I have so many questions. I have talked to people about it and they make it sounds so ABC's like you just put the buck in and in 5 months you got babies. I just don't want to end up like CBJ in 5 months with no kids or milk hehehe!