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Silver Doeling: 1) DM, 2) NM
Breedings to Flat Rock’s Lumos Starlord
(Flat Rock’s Expecto Patronum x Flat Rock’s Patronus)
I am so incredibly thankful for this boy. He is AMAZING. Simply beautiful structure! Flat Rock’s is well known for parasite resistance, easy maintenance, and large teat size with open orifices. As far as udder genetics that Starlord might pass on, his breeder says Starlord’s dam Patronus “has huge capacity, giant area of attachment and very large teats with enormous orifices. She also has a lot of MSL.” If you’re looking for easy care goats and great milkers, this is a great place to start. Starlord also has the flattest bone pattern I have ever seen, and every indication that he will produce milky daughters.
Breedings to Flat Rock’s SK Red Corvette
(Dreahook SA Silver Key x Flat Rock’s H3)
Red is a gorgeous little buck. He has excellent overall structure, including a wonderful rump and great shoulders. I am almost positive he is a bezoar, with that elusive Kingwood red modifier. Red comes from dam line well known for longevity. I really wish I had a picture of dam’s udder, but I’m told she has 3″ teats, so I’m really hoping for improvement in that area.
Breedings to Oak Apple Ayumu
(Oak Apple Arwyn x SG Old Mountain Farm Mizuki 4*M, VVEE90)
All Udder photos belong to Oak Apple Farm.
Mu is grandson to SG Old Mountain Farm Cernunnos +B on his sire’s side, and his dam is SG Old Mountain Farm Mizuki 4*M. He has sired cookie cutter kids so far. This photo does not do him justice. He’s a gorgeous buck from high producing lines, and he is used to improve attachments, backs, and shoulders. His maternal half-sister was 3rd place at Nationals in 2021. He also consistently produces the sweetest goats! I love this buck so much. I’m only breeding him to three does because I anticipate keeping a kid out of each.
Breedings to TUA Farms DF Louis Pasteur
(Sans Gene Doctor Fauci x TUA Farms MB Bold N Blonde)
I adore Louie. He will hopefully improve thurl height, rear udder width and height, and brisket. I am using Louie to improve rumps, as that is one of my main herd goals, but he has very good structure overall, and his dam has phenomenal rear udder width along with very high production. He is a gorgeous buck and bonus…he is polled.
Mtn Lodge MD Lovebug
Pairs two very high producing lines (quantity and butterfat). These are also two very correct goats. Polled, Blue Eyes, Moonspots, and Swiss-Marked possible.
Due March 24, 2022
Doeling Reservations: 1) BK
Buckling Reservations: 2) BK
This breeding intentionally doubles up on very correct rumps. This is a linebreeding (Real COI 7.7% ) on Poppy Patch HB Evel Knievel (E90) and Caprinos RI Night Jasmine (E91). Polled and Swiss-Marked possible.
Due April 11, 2022
Flat Rock’s She’s a Lady
Lady has overall very correct structure. I’m hoping to add rear udder width.
Polled, Blue Eyes, Silver, and Swiss-Marked possible.
Due April 13, 2022
Pholia Farm HB Jazzman *B x Mtn Lodge SO Zyedco
I am super fortunate to have bought Zydeco bred to Jazzman, the last of the bucks of the Pholia line (see planned pedigree below). Notice that Jazzman’s grand-dam is The Lilac Twinkletoes. All kids will carry the Mtn Lodge prefix.
Mtn Lodge SO Zydeco
Zydeco is a powerhouse. I LOVE her! Oy, the width on this doe. Moonspots possible.
Due 2/27 – 3/4
Photos of Jazzman’s dam’s udder (photo credit to Pholia Farm).