I'm hoping someone can offer some insight into this. I have a doe who was pregnant this spring, had the kid but it died. So knowing we wanted this particular doe to have kids and knowing our breeding buck was going to Swiss Valley Foundation in the summer, we put her back in with the buck. She's looked very pregnant for the past couple of months. All the other does are going into heat in the past few days, and I've been putting this very pregnant doe in with all the other kids lately. This morning the bucklings (all around 6 months old) plus one of my breeding bucks jumped the fence and were all chasing and mounting her like she's in heat. I'm very sure that she's not in heat and is pregnant, but why would they act that way? we pulled her out and put her in with the doelings because I didn't want them stressing her out. Would she possibly not be pregnant even though she looks very very pregnant? I'm a bit stumped here. Thoughts?