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By: Sandy Logan
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From time to time, a birth will be too complex for whatever reason and it is then that a C-Section is required to properly deliver the kids. A Caesarean section is a method of delivery by operation,in which a fetus is taken from the uterus by cutting through the walls of the abdomen and uterus. The following are before and after pictures of a doe requiring a c-section and the results were three healthy kids. Unfortunately the doe passed over the rainbow bridge the next afternoon following the surgery.

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About the author: Sandy Logan has raised goats for 7+ years. All my goats are pet goats. I have LaMancha's and Nubian's. I have at this time 19 total. I live in TN.

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