Since I can see the goats from where I sit at my computer I can watch to see if Luti is pawing the ground, stretching, getting up and down or acting strange. I've learned a lot from the last two goats who had babies here. I know how to check to see if the ligaments near the tail have softened or disappeared and what color the mucus should be when birthing is imminent. It's very cold and breezy here today so I hope she doesn't have the babies tonight. I want her to wait for a 40-something degree day when the sun is shining.
Here's a picture of Luti from behind. Anyone want to guess when, what and how many?
Sorry, I couldn't get her to lift her tail. She's very modest.