Old Mountain Farm Grey Cheek

Old Mountain Farm Grey Cheek

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 DOB:  5/25/2016


Grey Cheek is a buck that we are deeply honored to have join our herd.  Sired by Old Mountain Farm Darius Quinn- who is the littermate brother of Old Mountain Farm Cyrus Quinn:  2017 National Reserve Get of Sire and the 2018 National Get of Sire!  Of course, Grey Cheek's dam is Old Mountain Farm Parti Favah VEEE 90, Cheryle Moore-Smith's "wiener goat".  :)  

 

Picture courtesy of Cheryle Moore-Smith of Old Mountain Farm. 

Mr. Grey

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We had to throw in a picture of Grey Cheek as a buckling.  His genetic package is an absolute dream and his blue eyes and moon spots are just icing on the cake.  How could we not love this guy???  Picture courtesy of Cheryle Moore-Smith of Old Mountain Farm.

Sire: Old Mountain Farm Darius Quinn

SS: Old Mountain Farm InLikeQuinn

SSS: Old Mountain Farm Cernunnos 90 VEE, ELITE

SSD: SG Whitbred Easy Street 2*M 2*D AR

SD: Old Mountain Farm Peris

SDS: Old Mountain Farm Dan Seur

SDD: Roundabout Persian Princess


Dam: Old Mountain Farm Parti Favah LA 90 VEEE

DS: Old Mountain Farm Stag Party

DSS:  SG Old Mountain Farm Stag +B VEE

DSD: NC Promisedland MG Mizi

DD: East Rivendell HK Ruby D 1*M 1*D AR

DDS: Springs Run Haiku's Koke'

DDD: West Rivendel IM's Vanya

Dam: Old Mountain Farm Parti Favah VEEE 90

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Cheryle has nick-named Parti Favah her "wiener goat" because of her long body. Favah has a level topline, long dairy neck, and depth/ power.  Favah combines this perfect conformation with a gorgeous well-attached udder. Her lateral attachments are to die for and her teats are well placed and easy to milk.  


 Picture courtesy of Cheryle Moore-Smith of Old Mountain Farm. 

Sire: Old Mountain Farm Darius Quinn

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If pictures are worth a thousand words, just look at this picture of Darius Quinn!  That uphill outline, rear leg set, and brisket extension are accented by his galaxy of moonspots.  He is the littermate brother to  Old Mountain Farm  Cyrus Quinn:  2017 National Reserve Get of Sire and the 2018 National Get of Sire!  


 Picture courtesy of Cheryle Moore-Smith of Old Mountain Farm.

Grand Dam: Old Mountain Farm Peris

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Old Mountain Farm Peris is basically the perfect miniature dairy goat!  She combines perfect conformation with a well attached mammary system that is meant for production.  Peris is Grand Dam to the  2016 ADGA National Champion
Junior Doe
&
Daughter of the Junior Champion Buck
at the 2008 AGS Nationals! 


She will be 11 years old and is still producing beautiful offspring and looking her stunning self!


Photo courtesy of Cheryle Moore-Smith of Old Mountain Farm.

SSD: SG Whitbred Easy Street 2*M 2*D AR

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SG Whitbred Easy Street 2*M 2*D AR2273 was a beautiful and productive doe out of CH/ MCH Dawnland Tabby's Halifax 'E and a Old Mountain Farm On My Merry Way 1*M *D AR2024.  She had an extremely smooth foreudder and well placed / plump teats that are a hand milker's dream.  She LA'ed at 88 as a dry doe at 9 years of age and earned an AGS CH win as well as an ADGA CH win.  


Photo couresy of Cheryle Moore-Smith, Old Mountain Farm.

Valley's-Edge TF Poker-Face

Valley's-Edge TF Poker-Face

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DOB: 3/30/16

In my prior Moxie Blues Farm herd, I only kept one buckling intact- our one homegrown herdsire, AGS Moxie Blues Atticus Finch.  He went on to produce some beautiful offspring and "Poker" is his grandson!  I have to thank Abby Schofield of Valley's-Edge Farm for allowing me the opportunity to bring this special boy home.  Abby's pairing of Poker's dam and sire is perfection.

"Poker"

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Valley's-Edge TF Poker-Face


Sire: Tiny Angels CK Two-Faced

SS: Sugar Moon O Creole King

SSS: NC Promisedland RC Odyssey *B, ELITE

SSD: GCH/ ARMCH Promisedland Jam-Beau-Laya 2*M AR2007

SD: Tiny Angels A Cha Cha

SDS: Humble Acres Atreus

SDD: CH Weedy Tavern Farm Lilly- LA93


Dam: CH Second Wind Banana Fritter LA89

DS: AGS Moxie Blues Atticus Finch

DSS: Old Mountain Farm Bad Boy *B

DSD: AGS Morning Star NR Rosebud

DD: AGS Second Wind Anna Banana


Dam: CH Second Wind Banana Fritter

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Fritter is a beautiful girl that combines both strength and dairy character for the whole package.  I love her brisket, sharp withers, topline, and personality.  Photo courtesy of Abby Schofield, Valley's-Edge Farm in Maine.

Grand Dam: Tiny Angel's A Cha Cha

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 Cha Cha is a doe that has it all- from a perfect conformation to a well attached udder with well placed/ easily milked teats.  She is one of the beautiful Weedy Tavern Lily daughters.  Photo courtesy of Abby Schofield, Valley's-Edge Farm in Maine. 

Dawnland LVL Maritime Legacy

Dawnland LVL Maritime Legacy

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 DOB: 7/19/2018


Sired out of Lost Valley Legacy *S*B and out of Kyeema Ridge MS Black Shadow.   As if the combination of Lost Valley and Rosasharn genetics aren't enough, this little guy's dam is out of  Morning Star NR Moonshine- a littermate brother to a beloved goat that used to reside in my former Moxie Blues Farm (Morning Star NR Rosebud).  This connection makes Maritime's Legacy feel like a long lost family member. 

Maritime Legacy

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Sire: Lost Valley HN Legacy *S*B

SS: Lost Valley CC Hawk Nelson

SSS: Lost Valley PG Casting Crowns

SSD: Lost Valley PG Addison Road

SD: Lost Valley Nickita

SDS: CH/ MCH Lost Valley KW Pegasus *S

SDD: GCH/ ARMCH Lost Valley KW Nala 3*M+*D


Dam: Kyeema Ridge MS Black Shadow

DS: Tiny Angels Moon Shadow

DSS: Morning Star NR Moonshine

DSD: Morning Star Jewel of Denial

DD: SG Rosasharn KB Peppercorn 5*M LA 90 EEEV

DDS: Rosasharn TL Lady Killer Bee

DDD: Rosasharn's UMT Wasabi 4*M


Dam: Kyeema Ridge MS Black Shadow

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  One just has to look at Black Shadow's udder (not filled in the picture above) to see the capacity, amazing MSL, and plumb/ plump milkable teats.  This collapsible udder is a dream to milk and one that I'd love to see in future progeny at American Jewell Farm.

Dam's Dam: SG Rosasharn KB Peppercorn 5*M AR 2012 LA-90 EEEV

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Receiving her Superior Genetics designation, Rosasharn Peppercorn is a gorgeous doe with a beautiful well attached udder.  Again, the medial suspensory ligament is noteworthy as are the plumb teats with large orifices.  Photo of SG Rosasharn KB Pepper Corn courtesy of Kyeema Ridge Farm.

Sire: Lost Valley Legacy *S *B

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 A heavy linebreeding on Gay-Mor RA Kingwood ++*S, Laura Whitlock of Dawnland Farm writes of Legacy: 

"Legacy represents the best of the best of the old time Nigerian lines that were pivotal in developing these little goats into dairy animals. Although it seems like yesterday in my mind's eye, many of Legacy's forebears date back to the 1990's. Legacy was used for 2018 kids--and his two daughters and two sons are stunning. It's obvious that he is a strong general appearance buck with all of his kids showing improvement in width, top lines, legs/feet. Although Legacy is a small and refined buck, probably due to the degree of his line breeding, he adds stature and strength to his offspring."  We have one of those daughters (Dawnland America Jewell) along with Mariner Legacy and are thrilled to watch her grow here at American Jewell Farm.

Sire's Dam: Lost Valley PG Nickita 5*D 4*M

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 I asked Amy Kowalik to describe Nickita and this is what she shared:  "My Nickita girl is powerful, yet dairy, beautifully blended on all areas of the score card with sharp shoulders, long/ level body, beautifully attached mammary system that is very snug but capacious, beautiful medial with great fore and rear udder attachments."  Picture above is of Nickita's dam ARMCH Lost Valley KW Nala 4*D 3*M, courtesy of Amy Kowalik, Lost Valley Nigerians.


Old School Creamery Lobstah

Old School Creamery Lobstah

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DOB: 3/3/19

Lobstah has a pedigree that reads like a Who's Who of Old Mountain Farm goats!  Peris, Katja Quinn, Keidan Quinn, Bold Elk, Stag, Nemesis, AND Parti Favah?!?!  Lobstah is built beautifully and is incredibly sweet. His dam, Old Mountain Farm Freedomparti, has a beautiful udder and has done well in her first year in the show circuit. When you look at the many Superior Genetics designations and show/ LA accomplishments in the generations of his pedigree, it is easy to understand why we are so excited to have Lobstah at American Jewell Farm. We look forward to having baby lobstahs here in Missouri!    A big thank you goes to Julie Mannix at Old School Creamery for sending him my way!  

Lobstah

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Old School Creamery Lobstah


Sire: Old School Creamery Darius KJ

SS: Old Mountain Farm JustPlainJoe LA89

SSS: Old Mountain Farm InlikeQuinn

SSD: Old Mountain Farm Peris

SD: SG Old Mountain Farm Katja Quinn 3*DM AR (Dam of the 2017 ADGA Reserve National Champion!)

SDS:  Old Mountain Farm Keidan Quinn (2017 ADGA Premier Sire, 1ST PLACE GET OF SIRE, AND SIRE TO 2017 ADGA RESERVE NATIONAL CHAMPION)

SDD: Old Mountain Farm Katja


Dam: Old Mountain Farm Freedomparti

DS: SG Old Mountain Farm Bold Elk LA86

DSS: SG Old Mountain Farm Stag LA88

DSD: SG Old Mountain Farm Nemesis LA90

DD: Old Mountain Farm Parti Favah LA90

DDS: Old Mountain Farm Stag Party

DDD: East Rivendell HK Ruby

Dam's Dam: SG Old Mountain Farm Katja Quinn LA90 EEEE

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Per Cheryle Moore-Smith, " Katja is full sister to the 2017 ADGA Reserve National Champion Senior Doe and daughter of the 2017 ADGA National Get of Sire buck who is also the 2017 ADGA National Premier Sire. She is a long-bodied doe with a wide, long, correctly sloped rump, a beautiful slender neck and a pretty head with a strong muzzle. She has good feet and legs and a gorgeous udder that is a pleasure to milk. She is very productive in terms of milking ability and the amount of kids she produces. "  Photo courtesy of Cheryle Moore-Smith of Old Mountain Farm

Old Mountain Farm Keidan Quinn

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Keidan Quinn is the  2017 ADGA PREMIER SIRE, 1ST PLACE GET OF SIRE, AND SIRE TO 2017 ADGA RESERVE NATIONAL CHAMPION!  Need I say more???  

Photo courtesy of Hilltop Farms- Agape's Prize Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats.

Old Mountain Farm Derby Winner

Old Mountain Farm Derby Winner

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DOB: 5/4/19

Born on the day of the Kentucky Derby, this moon-spotted/ gold and white guy's dam was a 7 year old first freshener who delivered quads about one week early.  It was a complicated delivery and we are so thankful to have this sole survivor join our humble herd. His dam's first freshening udder was capacious, well attached, and her teats were well placed/ milked like  dream.  Derby had two doting mothers for the first 8 weeks of his life (2 legged and 4 legged) and has fluorished.  Derby has certainly won our hearts and we are excited to continue watching him develop.

Derby's Pedigree

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Sire:  Old Mountain Farm Tomo Quinn

SS: Old Mountain Farm InLikeQuinn

SSS:  SG Old Mountain Farm Cernunnos

SSD: SG Whitbred Easy Street

SD: Old Mountain Farm Tsukiko

SDS: Old Mountain Farm Hakama

SDD: SG NC Promisedland Palita LA90


Dam: Old Mountain Farm Gold Dot

DS: SG Painted Pepper RJ Sprinter

DSS: Rosasharn SP Jupiter

DSD: Jumby Hill Farm's Rose

DD: SG Painted Pepper ST Judy

DDS: Silveraurora JT Taluchitna

DDD: SG Mt Signal Farm Darling Dottie

Valley's-Edge L.L. Bean

Valley's-Edge L.L. Bean

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DOB: 7/16/19

Polled

Beans was my souvenir that I brought home from a trip back to Maine. He is a line breeding on CH Weedy Tavern Farm Lilly LA93 EEEE!   I love everything about his dam, grand dam, and pedigree so it wasn't hard to fall in love with this unicorn goat.  Yes, he is also moon-spotted, blue-eyed, and polled which is all icing on the cake.  The udders, show records, and LA scores that are behind this dude are just the best.  I am eternally grateful for the chance to bring this baby home.  

"Beans" Pedigree

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Valley's-Edge L.L. Bean


Sire: Tiny Angels RNB Super Tramp

SS: Tiny Angels OH Rhythm'N'Blues

SSS: Humble Acres O Henry

SSD: CH Tiny Angels A Blu Bonnet LA90 VEEE

SD: MaineSecondWind LB Levita LA91 VEEE

SDS: Tiny Angels Levi Blues

SDD: Old Oak Farm Sweet Pea


Dam: CH Tiny Angels RNB Sassaneq 

DS:  Tiny Angels OH Rhythm'N'Blues

DSS:  Humble Acres O Henry

DSD: CH Tiny Angels A Blu Bonnet LA90 VEEE

DD: CH Weedy Tavern Farm Lilly LA93 EEEE

DDS: Tiny Angels Moon Shadow

DDD:

Dam: CH Tiny Angels RNB Sassaneq

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As a 2 year old, Tiny Angels RNB Sassaneq became a finished champion!  I was fortunate enough to meet her in person and she was breath taking.  Her owner, Abby Schofield of Valley's-Edge Farm loves her doe CH Weedy Tavern Farm Lilly, but she says that Sassy might actually be nicer.  We were fortunate enough to be in the right place and the right time when Sassy kidded with triplet bucklings.   

Grand Dam: CH Weedy Tavern Farm Lilly LA93 EEEE

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I have a handful of does that I have a crush on and Lilly is one of those does.  With an LA score of 93, it is clear that she is more than just flashy.  Lilly's great grand sire (Morning Star NR Moonshine) was littermate brother to a doe that I owned and loved immensely.  This line has done amazingly well!

GGD x 2: CH Tiny Angels A Blu Bonnet LA90 VEEE

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Great Grand Dam on both sides of the pedigree, Blu Bonnet is another beautiful daughter of Weedy Tavern Farm Lilly!

Grand Dam: MaineSecondWind LB Levita LA91 VEEE

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MaineSecondWind Levita has a LA score of 91 and  has that consistent body type that I love from these lines.  Like Weedy Tavern Farm Lilly, she is also a grand daughter of Morning Star NR Moonshine.

Reference Goats: Old Mountain Farm Hercules

Hercules

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DOB: 3/17/2011

 Polled


I didn't realize how much I would love this guy from his online pictures, but, in person, he is just ah-mazing! Hercules is a small buck that is not fancy in color but is just so long and wide.  His uphill stance, rear leg angulation, dairy skin, prominent brisket, and wide escutcheon are just perfect! He  He is polled which is an added bonus!    Herc was recently collected by Capra Gia Genetics and straws of semen are still available!


 Picture courtesy of Cheryle Moore-Smith, Old Mountain Farm 


Herc's Pedigree

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Sire:  Old Mountain Farm Card Shark *B

SS: Promisedland JP Full House *S

SSS: Promisedland S Jackpot

SSD: Promisedland LD Purr-fection 3*D

SD: SG Twin Creek's AH Finale's Zip

SDS: SG MCH Little Rascals American Hero 'E 

SDD:  MCH Twin Creeks BW Grand Finale


Dam: Old Mountain Farm Aditi Quinn

DS: ARMCH Inavale Paradigm 'E

DSS: Twin Creeks Braveheart ++S'E

DSD: Inavale Venice

DD: SG Old Mountain Farm Brinna Quinn

DDS: MCH Rosasharn's Patrick Quinn +*S

DDD: Old Mountain Farm Katrina 2*M 2*D AR 1898


Picture courtesy of Cheryle Moore-Smith, Old Mountain Farm

Dam: Old Mountain Farm Aditi Quinn

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Old Mountain Farm Aditi Quinn was a beautiful dairy goat with strength in the brisket, sharp withers, and good body depth.  She balanced both strength and dairy character and had a well attached udder to boot!  Excelling in rear udder height, smooth foreudder, and noteable MSL, the teats were also well placed and easy to milk.  


Picture courtesy of Cheryle Moore-Smith, Old Mountain Farm

Grand Dam: SG Twin Creeks AH Finale's Zip 1*D 1*M 'E AR1881

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Zippy was a stylish/ naturally polled doe out of MCH Twin Creeks BW Grand Finale and MCH Little Rascals American Hero 'E.  In fact, her sire was the 2004 NDGA National Champion buck and the 2005 NDGA Reserve National Champion!


Photo courtesy of Cheryle Moore-Smith, Old Mountain Farm.

Grand Dam: SG Old Mountain Farm Brinna Quinn 3*M 3*D

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Brinna Quinn was a beautiful doe that I admired back in 2005 when I had my first Moxie Blues Farm herd.  Her elegance and symmetry won her GCH Junior Doe and Junior Champion Challenge winner/ Best of Breed by Judge Annette Maze in September 2005.  Brinna went on to have a beautiful udder with well placed teats and strong attachments.


 Photo courtesy of Cheryle Moore-Smith, Old Mountain Farm. 

Grand Dam : SG Old Mountain Farm Brinna Quinn 3*M 3*D udder

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I have a soft spot for lateral attachments and just look at them!  I love having this doe's influence in our herd!


Photo courtesy of Cheryle Moore-Smith, Old Mountain Farm.

REFERENCE BUCKS:

Tiny Angels Jacque Cousteau

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DOB:  5/31/2017


Jacques is one of the last kids born with the Tiny Angels farm name and has an amazing pedigree of beautiful dairy goats.  With a sire out of Old Mountain Farm Stingn Ned L and Dawnland Tabby's Bengaline, then, a dam out of Humble Acres O Henry and Tiny Angels A Cha Cha (Weedy Tavern Lily daughter), there just is no doubt that this buck will produce beautiful offspring.  I love his length and width in body, brisket extension, and level topline.

Cousteau's Pedigree

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Sire:  Stonebroke Farm ND Jamdani

SS: Old Mountain Farm Stingn Ned L

SSS: SG Old Mountain Farm Cernnunos 90 VEE, ELITE

SSD: Old Mountain Farm Brown I'd Suz'n 5*D AR2404

SD: Dawnland Tabby's Bengaline

SDS:  Rosasharn Tom's Water Tabby *S++*B 

SDD: Kyeema Ridge MS Black Shadow


Dam: Tiny Angels OH Merci Beaucoup

DS: Humble Acres O Henry

DSS: Rosasharn GF Oba

DSD: Rosasharn SP Lilith

DD: Tiny Angels A Cha Cha

DDS: Humble Acres Atreus

DDD: CH Weedy Tavern Farm Lily LA 93

Dam: Tiny Angels OH Merci Beaucoup

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Merci is a gorgeous doe with a dairy appearance and capacious udder with plumb teats, notable MSL, and nice attachments.  Of course, she is polled with blue eyes and moon spots- pretty much the trifecta of goat "upgrades".  Photo courtesy of Abby Schofield, Valley's-Edge Farm in Maine. 

Dam's Dam: Tiny Angels A Cha Cha

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Cha Cha is a doe that has it all- from a perfect conformation to a well attached udder with well placed/ easily milked teats.  She is one of the beautiful Weedy Tavern Lily daughters.  Photo courtesy of Abby Schofield, Valley's-Edge Farm in Maine.

Reference Bucks:

Old School Creamery James

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James is one of the heaviest linebreedings I have seen with 3 of his 4 grandsires/dams being sired by SG Old Mountain Farm Cernunnos LA90!  What an amazing animal to be linebred on!  One can't forget that Cernunnos was one of triplet bucks with the other two being:  Old Mountain Farm Keidan Quinn and CH Old Mountain Farm Keilan Quinn!  This guy has oodles of potential in his genetic package and he is a long-bodied beautiful buckaroo!  

James

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Sire: Old Mountain Farm JustPlainEd

SS: Old Mountain Farm Nightshade

SSS: SG Old Mountain Farm Cernunnos 90VEEE

SSD: Old Mountain Farm Brown I'dSuz'N

SD: CH Old Mountain Farm Millet

SDS: SG Old Mountain Farm Cernnunos 90VEEE

SDD: SG Old Mountain Farm Mary Jane


Dam: Old Mountain Farm JusPlainJane

DS: Old Mountain Farm Allegiance

DSS: SG Old Mountain Farm Cernunnos 90VEEE

DSD: Old Mountain Farm Wirosa

DD: NC Promisedland Legacy Lonnie

DDS: NC Promised Land BW Legacy

DDD: Goodtime Bonnie

Dam's 2nd freshening udder

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Old Mountain Farm JusPlainJane has beautiful plump teats that are plumb and her owner says it is the best udder in her barn.  Since her owner owns/manages Old School Creamery, that is quite the compliment!  Photo courtesy of Julie Mannix, Old School Creamery, Maine.

Old Mountain Farm Tianna Quinn

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SSSD, SDSD, DSSD:  Dam to three amazing bucks:  GC Old Mountain Farm Cernunnos, Old Mountain Farm Keidan Quinn, and CH Old Mountain  Farm Keilan Quinn!  This doe's udder is one that I'd like to see in my own herd!

Reference Bucks

Fairlea Emmanuel Macron *S*B

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 DOB: 2/12/2017


Macron represents a strong dairy combination of his dam, GCH Fairlea Marguerite LA-91 EEEE and Fairlea Prince Ranier.  As a linebreeding on ARMCH Fairlea Fleur, he represents an impressive line of dairy goats with big teats, capacious udders, who perform as heavy milkers.  Of course, his half sister out of Fairlea Prince Ranier is SGCH Fairlea Elise 2*M, the 2016 ADGA Nationals Reserve Best Udder! Photo courtesy of Laura Whitlock, Dawnland Farm.

Macron

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Sire:  Fairlea Prince Rainier *B

SS: GCH Dawnland Tabby's Halifax +B

SSS: Rosasharn Tom's Water Tabby *S+B

SSD: Stonewall's India Wilkes

SD: Fairlea Florence 4*M (CH x 2)

SDS: Stonewall's Apocalypse Now +*S

SDD: ARMCH Fairlea Fleur 3*D 3*M


Dam: GCH Fairlea Marguerite 4*D 4*M LA 91

DS: ARMCH Rosasharn's Tiger L ++B

DSS: Stonewall's Apocalypse Now +*S

DSD: ARMCH Goodwood Water Lilly *M 2*D

DD: ARMCH Fairlea Fleur 3*D 3*M

DDS: Rosasharn's Julius

DDD: ARMCH Fairlea Gretchen 2*D 'E

Dam: GCH Fairlea Marguerite 4*D 4*M LA 91 EEEE

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Out of ARMCH Fairlea Fleur and MCH Rosasharn's Tiger L, Fairlea Marguerite is a 4th generation champion and a milking powerhouse.  Her udder is wide, capacious, and well attached!  Bonnie Chandler of Fairlea Farm states she has the highest milk production in her herd and came within 4-8 lbs of being an ADGA/ AGS Top Ten milker for several years.  Photo courtesy of Bonnie Chandler, Fairlea Farm.

Dam's Dam: ARMCH Fairlea Fleur 3*D 3*M

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This is a doe that I remember clearly from the New England shows in the early 2000's. Fleur was a doe you had to see to believe.  At only 20", she had a capacious/ well attached udder with large/ well-placed teats.  Judge Harvey Considine exclaimed as he touched her udder in 2003, "Oh my, you're a real working girl, aren't you?"   She is the epitome of dairiness and has the entire package of conformation and milk production!   Photo courtesy of Bonnie Chandler, Fairlea Farm. 

Sire: Fairlea Prince Ranier *S *B

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 Sire of SGCH Fairlea Elise who at the 2016 ADGA Nationals won Reserve Best Udder, 1st Dam and Daughter, Total Performer, and Top Producer, and Top Producer again in 2017.   Rainier is out of MCH Dawnland Tabby's Halifax 'E and Fairlea Florence 4*M 4*D.  Photo courtesy of Bonnie Chandler, Fairlea Farm. 

Sire's Dam: Fairlea Florence 4*M 4*D

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Fairlea Florence is out of ARMCH Fairlea Fleur and Stonewall's Apocalypse Now +*S.  She got caught in the changeover between AGS to ADGA sanctioned shows and won 2 legs towards her AGS GCH status and also won 2 legs towards her ADGA GCH status.  Taller and more elegant than her mother, Florence also had Fleur's large socked on udder with large milkable teats.   Photo courtesy of Bonnie Chandler, Fairlea Farm.