I was very sad about the momma too. I knew she was close, just not how close. So unfortunate.I am so sorry to hear about the momma doe! That is heartbreaking. I knew the doe was close, so sad she didn't make it.
Congratulations on your new baby! She is adorable. Right now it's a bit soon to tell what she's crossed with, but her dam has Nubian in her.
Did you give her colostrum? CAE is transmitted through colostrum, so that is something to pay attention to.
Be careful, the bottle baby bug is vicious and addictive!
If she is strong I'd start spacing the time further apart and up the milk.I was very sad about the momma too. I knew she was close, just not how close. So unfortunate.
Only thing we were able to give was colostrum replacement from tractor supply. We did get a pint of goats milk from a trusted friend who's dairy goat just had kids a couple weeks ago.
She's taking about 2 oz every 3 hrs right now. Does that sound right for 2 days old? After that I'll go to whole cows milk.
During the day she will stay in the outside birthing pen. Tonight we are going to set her up in our garden bathtub with a blanket.