Is there any way you be SURE that your doe is in heat? My girls tend to tease the boys all the time by waggling their tails at them and rubbing up against the fences (one even sticks out her tongue at them!).
I've always had the luxury (with my angoras before and my nigies now) to have the space to just separate out the doe(s) and buck I wanted them bred to and just leave them together in the pen for about a month. This year I'm using a friends buck to add new bloodlines to my herd and I want to be sure these two does are in heat (and not just teasing!) before I haul them over to be serviced. Any clues?