Dana, my doe that is due this Saturday, has milk that is SUPER THICK just like Elmer's glue. It's white, not clumpy or bloody, no odor or anything like that but I have never seen anything like this! :help:Please tell me this is normal colostrum for a goat. This will be her third kidding. The reason I'm checking her milk is, there are test strips that measure the amount of calcium in colostrum and you can predict when a mare will foal within 12-24 hours. You take .6 cc milk and mix it with 3 cc distilled water and dip in the strip and see how fast and how many of the 5 square pads change color. I've used them for 13 years with complete accuracy and so I thought maybe it would work for goats too. (I only milked out about a tablesoon.) The thick milk just sat there in a glob in the water, I had to stir it up very thoroughly to get it to mix. According to the test strips, the other doe (her first time) should kid within 24 hours.....presuming that the test strips work the same way. :shrug: Her milk is like normal regular whole milk.