for people who love the littlest dairy goats
When you let them outside, do they have access to shelter? Can they come back inside the barn if they want?
And another thought just occurred to me -- if no one saw her get bred, are you sure she's pregnant?
The things I am going to post are 'normal'. The problem is... no kidding is 'normal', but these are some things you can watch for. About 4 weeks before kidding she will begin to develop an udder. The udder will continue to enlarge during the last few weeks. A few days, or hours, before she kids she will lose her plug (a white mucus). After that keep a close watch on her. We check every 2 hours, day and night. As birthing gets closer she will begin to discharge a golden clear mucus. She will seperate herself from the others and build a nest. She may 'talk' to her side, paw the ground, lie down and get up repeatedly. At this time birth is very close. Soon she will begin to push. It is amazing to watch.
Keep her with the others until she separates herself, then she won't get as stressed. She needs to have plenty of exercise and have outside time until she is in labor.