These are animals we have owned, used in our breeding program or related to our herd. We want to thank the breeders for their generosity in letting us use these photos.
Saada Laus Audeo
was a rare purchase, our friends had to downsize and she happened to
join our herd when we were not really expecting to add any extra does.
We are pleased with her udder structure and attachments. She is a
powerful mature doe, with correct front end assembly, nice rump and good
set of feet. She has a strong Roman nose so typical of the Saada lines.
Dream Girls ES Dakota N1506775 G6S Normal
Dakota is our handsome junior herdsire. We currently have two sets of kids on the ground from him, plus another set of twins in friend's herd and, I have to say, he more than met our expectations. He is a gentleman in every way, easy to handle, settled all my does on their first heat, we are very pleased with him. Definitely throws lots of color and we see improvement in escutcheon area in all the daughters.
Sire: Nickel's ESCD Scout N1387966 Dam: KJ-Martin Royal Jett N1327933
We are so blessed to have Midnite in our herd. We used him as a lease buck first and were so impressed with his off springs, we just had to purchase him. All his progeny are very consistent in body style and he has brought improvement in rump structure, topline, feet and legs, as well as added wonderful breed character to all his kids.
Sire: Goldthwaite Bootonierre
Dam: Victory Meadows Paris N Spring
We quickly jumped on the opportunity to purchase Captain when transport became available from the Lakeshore herd in California to Oklahoma. His dam Iron-Owl PFY Pika was a National Grand Champion in 2013. To our excitement she went on to win the National show AGAIN in 2014 !! We admired the well attached mammary system on Pika and the style on Bluebeard daughters and feel very blessed to be able to work with these genetics in our herd. Thank you Megan Treadway Carter for trusting us with this fine buck.
Sire: Iron-Owl Bluebeard
Dam: Iron-Owl PFY Pika
Kastdemur's Free and Easy
photo courtesy of Holly Buroker, Hoanbu Dairy Goats
Narrow Chance Copper Breeze