If she has enough for you and the kid, then yes you can. My Boer does never have a bag big enough for me to try. However I did have a Saanan/Boer doe that milked fairly well.
If you wean at 4 or so months, her production will decrease as she herself slowly starts to wean the kid. When you separate the kid, the doe will bag up and that is what signals her to dry off and stop producing milk. Unless the udder gets HUGE and uncomfortable looking, then you just leave it alone. Her body will re-absorb the milk she's made if it isn't removed from her udder, and she will dry up until next year. You'll have to keep the kid separated for a month or so, to make sure he doesn't start nursing immediately when they're reintroduced.Thanks I was just wondering because she has a kid on her at the moment and I don't really want to milk her. Will I have to milk her when I wean the baby?
You wouldn't even need a stool to milk a camel. Those things are huge!While googling mammary biology (hoping for some in depth info on how it all happens down to the nitty gritty) I ran across a paper that showed the outcomes of milking mice (among other mammals). I suppose all mammals make edible milk if you're willing to go the extra mile to milk it. I've heard camels milk is suppose to be very rich and creamy.