- Jan 13, 2020
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- Seattle, WA
Thank you!! What are the disadvantages of breeding a doe with pinched hindquarters? Is it hard for her to give birth, or...? Again, thank you so much, I am still learning!You would probably be okay to breed. Her hindquarters are a bit pinched though. You can tell by the way her back feet angle out when she’s flipped over on her back.
Great! This is such a helpful thread. I've been researching for a long time and am hoping to have a littler this spring.This doe grew out well and just had her first litter of 5 successfully, no stuck kits or stillborns! Thus, concluding that "narrow HQ" does not affect breeding.