> > Well I've had the boys here since the 3rd. Looks like both girls are
> > in estrus. Do you kind people think I should go ahead with plan A or
> > Plan B
> > Plan A: ONLY put my two partial norways (Alphonse and Celistina)
> > together and put Gaston and Belle in seprate cages for a week to give
> > the other two time together and hopefully reproduce succesfully?
> > OR
> > Plan B: Just pair them all up in seperate cages and excpect two
> > litters of pups as once? Natrually that means Gaston and Belle
> > breeding as well as the other two.
> > Or am I just dithering to much?
> Is It your first time? From what I've observed, a lot of breeders plan two
> litters together so that if the worst happens and one mother is unable to
> take care of her litter, they have another litter to slip the unfortunates
Yes AND good reminder. I'm used to birthing babies, just not this
small. Cats, dogs, hogs helped on a few cattle and a horse. The
alpacas don't count as you just leave them alone. Oh and two VERY rare
hairless great apes (unrelated to gorillas or orang's)