Sire: AGS Thunder Mountain Patch
RETIRED. Disbudded. Roan buckskin. Marbled blue eyes (rimmed in light brown). She is my oldest Nigerian Dwarf and this will be her last freshening. She gave us triplet doelings, so one will be retained. This girl is all about capacity. When she was milking twice a day she gave a stunning 3/4 gallon! We have been breeding for a stronger medial suspensory ligament in her kids.
Dam: AGS Lil Forest Rascals Tansy
Polled. Blue eyes. Truffle has great skin and udder texture as well as good rear udder height and easy to milk teats and orifices. A great milker! She is a roaned red buckskin with white and carries a black allele. Blue eyes.
Sire: Prairie Wood Maximilian Blue *B
Dam: Southlake June Bug
SOLD JULY 2109. Polled. Blue eyes. First freshening. Smaller teat size than I like to see, but hoping they develop. She has a strong medial suspensory ligament and great skin and coat texture. She had twin girls this year and they have great length of body and are very graceful. May have moonspots. Both parents have moonspots and she has some spotting that is difficult to define.
Our lamancha. Black and white, brown eyes. Trying to build a breeding platform for nigie buck to reach her!
Princess makes an amazing herd queen, yes, even over our large Lamancha. She just always wants some love. I still find time to sit in the pasture and enjoy her snuggles as she lays her head in my lap.
Princess is a polled chocolate fainting goat that needed a rescue home and we had a new farm with only chickens so we had the space. I knew nothing about goats at the time, but in less than a year we goat our first Nigerian Dwarf goats.
I am thankful that she didn't have any of the nasties we would learn about as we dove into raising goats with other 4-H families in our club. She has never been bred, but is such a good mom to the herd, even allowing those pesky babies to try for milk.