What to Expect When Your Cow is Expecting

Welcoming a new kid into the world is one of the great joys of raising goats, yet it can be somewhat intimidating for new animal owners. Rest assured, nature and the doe will do most of the work. But knowing what to expect and being prepared for common problems will increase your chances of bringing a healthy addition into your herd.

Your Cow's Pregnant! this is awesome

The gestation period for goats averages about 150 days, so if you know when your does was bred, calculating when to start preparing for birth is easy. But if you’re not sure when she was bred, you will probably notice her looking rounder and “showing” her pregnancy around the two month mark. Most pregnancies result in twins, but a goat can have anywhere from 1-4 kids, sometimes even 5, per pregnancy. Your healthy newborn goat kid will likely weigh between 8-11 lbs at birth.

Your Cow's Pregnant!

The gestation period for goats averages about 150 days, so if you know when your does was bred, calculating when to start preparing for birth is easy. But if you’re not sure when she was bred, you will probably notice her looking rounder and “showing” her pregnancy around the two month mark. Most pregnancies result in twins, but a goat can have anywhere from 1-4 kids, sometimes even 5, per pregnancy. Your healthy newborn goat kid will likely weigh between 8-11 lbs at birth.

Your Cow's Pregnant!

The gestation period for goats averages about 150 days, so if you know when your does was bred, calculating when to start preparing for birth is easy. But if you’re not sure when she was bred, you will probably notice her looking rounder and “showing” her pregnancy around the two month mark. Most pregnancies result in twins, but a goat can have anywhere from 1-4 kids, sometimes even 5, per pregnancy. Your healthy newborn goat kid will likely weigh between 8-11 lbs at birth.

Your Cow's Pregnant!

The gestation period for goats averages about 150 days, so if you know when your does was bred, calculating when to start preparing for birth is easy. But if you’re not sure when she was bred, you will probably notice her looking rounder and “showing” her pregnancy around the two month mark. Most pregnancies result in twins, but a goat can have anywhere from 1-4 kids, sometimes even 5, per pregnancy. Your healthy newborn goat kid will likely weigh between 8-11 lbs at birth.

Your Cow's Pregnant!

The gestation period for goats averages about 150 days, so if you know when your does was bred, calculating when to start preparing for birth is easy. But if you’re not sure when she was bred, you will probably notice her looking rounder and “showing” her pregnancy around the two month mark. Most pregnancies result in twins, but a goat can have anywhere from 1-4 kids, sometimes even 5, per pregnancy. Your healthy newborn goat kid will likely weigh between 8-11 lbs at birth.

Your Cow's Pregnant!

The gestation period for goats averages about 150 days, so if you know when your does was bred, calculating when to start preparing for birth is easy. But if you’re not sure when she was bred, you will probably notice her looking rounder and “showing” her pregnancy around the two month mark. Most pregnancies result in twins, but a goat can have anywhere from 1-4 kids, sometimes even 5, per pregnancy. Your healthy newborn goat kid will likely weigh between 8-11 lbs at birth.

Your Cow's Pregnant!

The gestation period for goats averages about 150 days, so if you know when your does was bred, calculating when to start preparing for birth is easy. But if you’re not sure when she was bred, you will probably notice her looking rounder and “showing” her pregnancy around the two month mark. Most pregnancies result in twins, but a goat can have anywhere from 1-4 kids, sometimes even 5, per pregnancy. Your healthy newborn goat kid will likely weigh between 8-11 lbs at birth.

Your Cow's Pregnant!

The gestation period for goats averages about 150 days, so if you know when your does was bred, calculating when to start preparing for birth is easy. But if you’re not sure when she was bred, you will probably notice her looking rounder and “showing” her pregnancy around the two month mark. Most pregnancies result in twins, but a goat can have anywhere from 1-4 kids, sometimes even 5, per pregnancy. Your healthy newborn goat kid will likely weigh between 8-11 lbs at birth.