So I decide today to milk off the new girls. Well, one doe(who has about two gallons of good milk in her udder) kicks when you touch the udder. I got about a quart out by tying her feet(really needed to get some out), but the milk was thrown out as she had got her feet in the pail. Any ideas? Now for the topic. The little sanaan doe hasn't been milked at all. She kidded around Easter, rejected the kid and hasn't liked people since. I wrestled her onto the stand, and began milking out her tiny udders. She had begun to dry up I assume, as her udders are very small. What I got was exactly like condensed milk(color and thickness). I milked until she didn't seem to have any more in there. Do you think she will keep producing? Should I treat her for something? I'm really green at this. I assume I'd need to milk her out for a while before we drink from her to get all the gook out if she does produce more milk. HELP! BTW, the sanaan was great on the stand, but that small udder was h311.