I have a doe that gave birth to twins in -6 degree weather. She went outside of the barn and had them, then went back in and left them. I did not know she was that close as she was not bagging up. I found them soon after and was able to save one of them (she didn't even lick one of them?). She was a very good mother last time and one of my better does? I tried to milk some colestrium (sp?) that night but was unable to get even a drop. One side of her utter is flabby and kind-of lumpy, the other feels better but is still flabby. I have been bottle feeding the little buck and keeping him inside as the temperatures have been around -8 to 5 since he was born. I did take him out on a warmer day and the doe seems to know he is hers. He has not sucked her yet but there doesn't seem to be anything to suck?? Should I keep trying or just resign to bottle feeding? She is mostly Angora and he is half Boer. I might have someone that is interested in a pet bottle goat, as I really do not wish to bottle feed. How much is a week old buckling worth? Thanks.