Our Goats

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Birthdate: 3/1/2007

CAE Test: 2/10/2012 (Negative)

Phaedra is a good milker with a lot of Caesar’s Villa in her lines. She came to us as a bred doe from Karen Stanger in Raeford, NC. Phaedra has good udder capacity, giving us from a quart to a quart and a half a day, depending on where in her freshening we are talking about. She has large teats that are easy to milk. Her attachment isn’t awesome, but it isn’t bad.

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Birthdate: 4/10/2008

CAE Test: 2/10/2012 (Negative)
Luzee also came to us from Karen Stanger as a bred doe. Luzee is not as big a milk producer and has smaller teats than I would like. I am hoping this improves a bit on her next freshening. She does have nice attachment though. She is a very sweet and flashy doe, with her pretty blue eyes. I admit I bought her because she was super friendly and so pretty! She has had the cutest spotted kids.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner width=”1/2″][image_with_animation image=”77″ image_align=”left” animation=”no”][/vc_column_inner][vc_column_inner width=”1/2″][vc_column_text animation_loading=”no” animation_loading_effects=”fade_in”]

End-O-Way Chalcedony

Birthdate: 7/22/2011
CAE: Has not been tested, but is a Luzee daughter and never been exposed to other goats, so we can assume negative.

Chalcie is a Jr. Doe, retained from Luzee. I love her spots and her blue eyes, so much like her mom. However, she has tiny teats and I may very well sell her as a pet if there is not improvement in her next freshening.

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Birthdate: 4/21/2007

CAE: tested negative 11/11, also tested neg for CL, John’s, and Brucellosis

We are so pleased to welcome Cinnamon to our herd 5/2012. She is polled, carries blue eyes, and most importantly has wonderfully long teats with great udder capacity. We expect to see some nice babies from her. Cinnamon comes to us from Jordana at Nigerian Meadows.

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Birthdate: 10/23/12
CAE: Not yet tested

I absolutely love the coloring of this little doe, even if I haven’t a clue how to best describe it! She’s even stumped other goat people. Best we can figure is to call her a black and tan Sundgau with a white poll. Cute. That’s what I call her!  Asterid is from Cinnamon and Kathmandu. She has great genetics, so I am hoping this little girl proves out to be as good as I expect! She did not settle this year, so hopefully kids in 2015.

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Fields of Grace Sweet Diego

BD 2/14/11

I need to get a better pic taken, but this is Diego who is originally from Fields of Grace in Tennesee. It will be fun to see what his babies are like, and it is so nice having a buck here when he is needed. He is a sweet little guy too!


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