Went outside hooked up the trailer to the JD and gathered up the trash to burn, and then decided to wash off the weeks accumulation of dirt and clippings from the tractor and utility trailer. In the process of washing I just happened to catch a glimpse of a shiney watery reflection and a goat that appeared to be drinking from it. It had my curiosity up as there is no liquids in that area the goat was at. I walk over to take a gander and low and behold I find one baby goat already on the ground, with another about 1/2 way out. I call the wife and by the time she got to the goats (she is the "Goat Lady" around here) it was finishing its venture out into the world. Almost imediately out comes another sack and out pops yet another kid. Total surprise for the wife and I. In the end we wound up with 2 very pretty marked little bucks and a tiny pretty doe. I did not expect this doe to be bred as her kids are less than 6 months old that she had last, and she was only exposed to the buck I had for a week or two after her last kidding. She has always been a big fat doe so not much attention was really paid to her. I have another now that I believe is also bred. Usually other than feeding them on occassion this time of year and just a general scan of them in the field, not much care has to be given a goat. So it does appear I have yet another doe thats bred and not all that far off from kidding.