One of our seasoned NDG does had doeling quadruplets last night or early this morning. They all seem healthy - umbilical cord dried up nicely on their own, they are dry and clean, the dam is up, eating, drinking, and peeing, and the doelings are nursing. Although, there is one "runt" that is smaller than the rest and a little lethargic (we gave each of the 2 cc of Nutri-Drench and the dam too). I sat out there with all of them for well over a hour twice today and never saw that little one nurse. I brought her over to the teat a few times but she never showed much interest other than to sniff around and walk away. All the other doelings cuddle in the corner (it is about 50 degrees here but we are having a huge t-storm and the goats are all in their three sided house and blocked from the wind and rain) together but that one little girl does not sit by them. She lays alone, a couple feet away. So, I am concerned about a couple of things and would like your insight... 1. the dam having enough milk for 4 doelings 2. not having seen the doeling get any colostrum 3. slight lethargy in the the one doeling Would this be a situation where the it would be best to bring the doeling in the house and bottle feed it? What about the colostrum? TIA for your help!