I bought my first dairy goat, a four month old Nubian, after much research and was so excited. First she got really sick and almost died. The vet thought she had a brain abcess that developed as a result of a cold she had when I got her, that caused a bunch of central nervous system problems including some massive seizures. After several weeks of antibiotics and vitamin b shots she seems perfectly healthy. She is now 5 months old. While reading Storey's guide to dairy goats I saw that she should not have two teats per side, only one. The book said the extra teats could be removed at birth (little too late for that) and also says that she may not be milkable. I am heartbroken. I love this little goat and we have been through so much with her. I will keep her regardless, but we don't have much money and got a milking goat to help ease the grocery budget. Does anyone know if she is milkable in this condition? Can the extra teats still be removed? Should I worry about her earlier illness's effect on milk? Any info welcome. Thank you.