Short, sweet and to the point. Miss Juno made it to 150 days before showing some signs of labor. Typically easy to handle, she HATES having her ligaments checked, so I knew I would have to pay special attention to other signs instead. When I saw her digging around the polydome yesterday morning around 10, I knew it was time to move her to the kidding stall. She wolfed down her portion of alfalfa pellets, so I second-guessed my decision for a minute, but decided to leave her be. I finished some other chores and checked back on her at 11:30. I’m glad I did, because she was streaming at this point. I did a quick check and found a hoof and a nose. Juno pushed valiantly a few times and I was able to grasp a front hoof, but could not find a second. This was an unusually large kid for Juno (her first freshening yielded 2 kids under 3lbs, and her second kidding was three – 4lb bucklings). This kid’s shoulders were wedged. I pulled the presenting leg and put traction on the head/neck down and in the opposite direction of the stuck shoulder. A couple more pushes did the trick and Juno delivered a 7lb, 2oz plain brown doeling! Within a few minutes, another kid followed. This one was a little smaller (5lbs, 10oz) and wildly spotted (thank you Hocus). I thought for sure it was a boy (this farm hasn’t seen twin girls in 3 years) but it was a GIRL. Well done, Juno! Within minutes, she had them dry, up and nursing. These girls are reserved.