A silly question, but I have no idea... I bought a registered nubian a week ago. She just turned two, this is her first freshening, she had triplet bucklings 10 days ago. I was told she had a bit of mastitis as a dry yearling which has left a small bit of scar tissue in one side. I asked if I could watch her be milked the day I brought her home so I could watch. They barely got a few ounces of milk and said it would increase over the days.... She is such a lovely doe, very cooperative and walkes right into the barn and onto her milking stand, but morning and night she gives me a pound and a half, each milking... when she is done, her udder feels like it is made out of muscle, very...I don't know how to describe it... the skin is loose but under the skin the udder feels like it is made up of muscle in there...how should it feel? is it normal for her to only give this much milk? if not, what do I do?