This morning when I fed Penny (nubian doe) her grain, she didn't show any interest in it. She ate a bite or two. Normally she is a pig and gets excited about it and eats every last bit. I had noticed yesterday that her belly seemed maybe a little bigger (like the hollow in her flanks isn't quite as hollow as usual). The babies' movement is also very visible and constant. I checked her behind and she did seem to have a little bit of mucus. She is going to be 2 in the Spring, this is her first freshening. She is due in Febuary. She has grass hay available 24/7 along with cut blackbery vines, pine needles and privet hedge that I cut for them daily. I'm feeding a mix of barley, oats, sunflower seeds and a wee touch of corn with just enough molasses added to make the kelp powder I add stick to the grains. Probably a tablespoon of molasses in the feed between both goats. She gets about 2 cups of the mix, once per day. Also she gets a good handful of chopped alfalfa hay in the evening. The also have a loose mineral mix for goats available, with copper. The only change to her food today was I didn't give her the herbal wormer she's been getting for the last three days. It's Molly's herbals wormer (#2, without wormwood). Any ideas? I hope she's not going to have them premature. I wonder if he could have gotten the due date mixed up on her. She doesn't seem that huge though (I mean, she's fat, but compared to these pregnant does I've seen...) . She started making her udder about a week or two ago.