First Freshening

First Freshening

one year

Cross2Grace Kinnor Music

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

ADGA# AA1931571 | DOB: 3/24/2018 (2 yrs)

Sire:
Olentangy Soul Centurion *B

Amaizing Buck

Olentangy Soul Centurion *B

American AlpineBuck (male)Two-Tone Chamoise
ADGA# AA1662992DOB: 5/10/20137 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 nice to hand milk teats, 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, and can NOT be trusted to behave all the time. Also he is NOT safe around young children! We will be using him till the end of November. Centurion stands 36" at his withers, and weighs 255lbs before rut
 ADGA# AA1662992 Two-Tone Chamoise
Dam:
Mischievous Chalk

Reference

Mischievous Chalk

French AlpineSr. Doe (female)Light broken Chamoisee
ADGA# A1619599DOB: 6/23/20128 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
Service Sire:
Garden-Dairy Daisy's Hickory

Nice color, Ready to go

Garden-Dairy Daisy's Hickory

American AlpineBuck (male)Red Chamoise, Chocolate trim
ADGA# AA1836311DOB: 4/24/20164 yrs
Hickory has a very strait top line, and so far seems to be improving top lines in his kids, but does not improve small teats. He is from heavy milking lines. I was told by his breeder that his dam is giving close to two gallons a day. The last picture above lists the amount his paternal Aunt, and great Aunt were giving. He has given us some amazing looking does, and udders, with a decent amount of milk, and good milk flavor. We are keeping quite a few of his daughters. Hickory has some large scur horns that must be cut back once a year, and he can be destructive with them. He behaves for the most part when being handled, but you need to keep an eye on him while he is in rut. We are done using Hickory, and he is available now. Hickory stands 35" at his withers, and weighs 240lbs before rut.
 ADGA# AA1836311 Red Chamoise, Chocolate trim

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Description

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

Updated 10/15/2020