Yes, you are probably right. But also if she is raising her buckling as well as being milked some does just get difficult about sharing with you. I also have a FF 2 y.o. doe who just kidded March 3rd with twin doelings. Her udder was enormous even before kidding. Her mother is my best milking doe and gives well over a gallon a day. My 2 y.o. was really awful about letting me milk her and she wasn't great about letting her twins nurse. So now the babies are on bottles and I milk my doe all the way out twice a day. To add to the mix, at some point she kicked at her udder and scraped it with a sharp hoof edge. (My fault for not trimming her well before kidding time!) Then she had a big, tight sore udder with two bleeding wounds. But I had to continue milking her. I used Bag Balm on her udder twice a day and in just a few short days she was healed, not to mention she learned to like the massage with the Bag Balm. Now three weeks later she is nearly perfect to stand for milking and she is giving me a gallon+ a day. She has a lovely udder and very nice milk. We went through a tough time for a while, but it all worked out. Hey, who knew a goat could stand on her front legs and hold her hind legs up in the air to avoid milking?