I loaded the kids and goats up early in the morning and drove the 200 miles to Corvallis. I dropped the kids off at my girlfriend's house, and took the goats to school.
About 8 veterinary students met me to help unload and take the girls into the examination room.
Everyone got weighed in, Twinkletoes weighed the most at 72 pounds. So much for being a light-weight dwarf!! No wonder my back hurt when I was done loading them up!
There were 4 ultrasound machines and the girls were quickly examined. They are only about a month out, so the babies are all very large.
The ultrasound confirmed pregnancies in all the goats, but were unable to get the precise number of kids and the sexes.
I also asked the students if they wanted to practice blood draws.
Now we're just counting down the days until the goats kid! About 40 days to go!