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Easy to hand milk

Goat , American Alpine , Doe (female) |Chamoisee, white blaze and splash

ADGA# AA1931571 | DOB: 3/24/2018 (4 yrs)

Sire: Olentangy Soul Centurion *B

Reference, Amazing Buck

Olentangy Soul Centurion *B

American Alpine Buck (male) Two-Tone Chamoise

ADGA# AA1662992 DOB: 5/10/20139 yrs
Centurion is a huge boy with a great pedigree ( see pictures above for a picture pedigree), and conformation to match. We have gotten some beautiful daughters from Centurion, and udders are looking nice, too. most of our first fresheners from him peeked over, or close to a gallon a day, with easy to hand milk teats, large orifices, and good milk flavor. I have noticed that he needs to be paired with does that have strong/strait top lines. He needs someone experienced with bucks, as he is moody, ...
  | ADGA# AA1662992 | Two-Tone Chamoise
Dam: Mischievous Chalk

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Mischievous Chalk

French Alpine Doe (female) Light broken Chamoisee

ADGA# A1619599 DOB: 6/23/201210 yrs
Chalk has beautiful conformation, she is a reliable gallon a day doe, that has a lot cream, and great milk flavor. She is a sweet personality and loves to be pampered.
  | ADGA# A1619599 | Light broken Chamoisee

Pretty Boy

Treasured Sunrise SC Nickle

American Alpine Buck (male) Broken, Cou Blanc

ADGA#  DOB: 4/10/20211 yr
Can't wait to see some kids from this guy.
 
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Kinnor has a nice udder attachment, and milked well 2020 as a first freshener, she peeked at just a little over a gallon, and held close to a gallon a day. She is the favorite of this years FFs to be hand milked, with nice teat diameter/length and large orifices. She is also a large/long, friendly doe. Tested negative for CAE 2020

2021 twin does this year, Kinnor is really putting it in the bucket, not our very best udder, but one of our favorites to hand milk, with large open orifices, and nice teat length. She peeked at 12lbs.
We had intended to milk Kinnor through in 2022 but she dried herself up once we hit the sub-zero temps end of December, so we will be getting her bred.

2022 Sadly after getting what we believe was poisoning from cherry, Kinnor lost her kids, she made a full recovery, but didn't really come into milk well. So we dried her off, and will be getting her bred.

Kinnor is 32" tall, and weighs 220lbs

Updated 9/21/2022