I posted this on BYH, but there's not much going on there, so I figured I'd try it here. So, the Nubian who is SUPPOSE to be kidding any day now is still hanging on, but the one that JUST started bagging up last week dropped a doeling tonight! She barely even looked pregnant and her bag wasn't that large, so I wasn't expecting for another few weeks. Last year she was HUGE and so was her bag before she dropped twin boys. So, here's where the help is needed. She was 1 of my first Nubians (bought when I was very naive) and tested CAE Positive last spring. I yanked the doeling as soon as I saw her and her cord was still very meaty and bloody, she was mostly dry except her legs, and she was TRYING to nurse, but still very unstable. I'm really really hoping she didn't get any of her mother's colostrum. I was expecting the other doe to kid first (who's CAE neg) and was just going to save colostrum from her. Since it didn't work out that way I pulled some frozen colostrum from Feb out of the freezer and am trying to feed her that, although she's not super interested. I've gotten a little bit down her, but not a lot. Also, she's a little on the cold side (feet and ears feel cold, shivering), although her body is nice and warm. She's currently on a heating pad in the bathroom and hot towels are warming up in the dryer. Of course this one wasn't in the kidding pen b/c I didn't think she was that close. She stands on her own and takes small steps, but seems a little weak and almost like she has a head tilt? Maybe it's b/c she's so new and doesn't have her balance yet? Anyways, any suggestions on how to get her started eating and warm her up better would be greatly appreciated.