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Goatgoat Koko N Marshmallow

Goat, American Alpine, Doe (female) | Chamoisee, White star, spot by nose

ADGA# AA1931579 | DOB: 3/31/2018 (2 yrs)

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
Goatgoat Marshmallow Star


Goatgoat Marshmallow Star

American AlpineDoe (female)Chamoisee, White Star, Trim
ADGA# AA1679423DOB: 3/30/20146 yrs
Marshmallow is a stunning doe, all around, and has shown very well at our small county fair. My pictures don't do her justice. She gave a gallon+ a day last year as a second freshener, very good flavored milk. Marshmallow is a well behaved doe she hand, or machine milks, giving around a gallon a day. we have some amazing daughters from her.
 ADGA# AA1679423 Chamoisee, White Star, Trim

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We have good expectations for Koko, being Abby's and Jr's grandaughter.

Koko freshened wonderful with everything you want in a show quality doe. She hand milks easily, with nice teat length, and large orifices. She is currently giving a gallon and a cup a day at two months fresh! We would be keeping her, except she started, having a distended stomach on one side at three weeks fresh. We found out that she is over eating, and needs to be on a strict diet.
We are not where we can control her diet that much. She is very friendly, and well behaved.
Koko is Negative for CAE 2020.

Update, Koko was doing fine on our pasture and her stomach was no longer distended, so it is just the alfalfa hay that she has to be watched with/ limited on. Her stomach is back having issues as our pasture is running out already this year, and she is going back on hay, you can see how she is in the updated pictures. She is currently giving a gallon a day.

Updated 9/25/2020


Kid (female)Under 1 yrChamoisee, Chocolate trim
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