EX.Guernsey62.5% Alpine25% LaMancha13.5%

GoatGoat Luster Dust (L)

Goat, Guernsey/Alpine/LaMancha, First Freshener (female) | Gold, white patches

GGBoA#  | DOB: 5/15/2019 (1 yr)

Anin's Golden Judah

Sale Pending American Guernsey (HB2)

Anin's Golden Judah

GuernseyBuck (male)Gold
BGS# HB079271DDOB: 2/9/20173 yrs
I have some beautiful doe kids from Judah, but used him heavily, the year before last, and won't have much use for him this year. He is gentle, and easy to handle, he can be stand offish with strangers. My only complaint is we have gotten a few kids with black markings from him, mostly on initial out crosses with our Alpine does. He has also had some kids with white patches. We have recorded his DNA with ADGA. We also got his Alpha S1 Casein results, which are E/F. I currently have only two daughters in milk to him (one milking with a precocious udder), and a friend has one, they have nice udder attachments, and conformation. We have also gotten a few polled kids from him. Sale Pending
 BGS# HB079271D Gold
Goatgoat Blue's Palomino (L)


Goatgoat Blue's Palomino (L)

Guernsey/Alpine/LaManchaDoe (female)Gold
GGBoA# EX01164DOB: 4/19/20155 yrs
Palomino is a Beautiful doe altogether, and a heavy producer, giving a gallon and a quarter, a day, at peek, last year, as a first freshener! Her milk is sweet and creamy. Palomino is 50% Alpine, 25% Guernsey, and 25% LaMancha, she meets breed standard for Guernsey, other than she is a bit tall. Her dam was a Guernsey/LaMancha doe that we lost to kidney failure, as a first freshener, she was looking very promising. Her Sire, an American Alpine Buck, because we did not have any way to get a Guernsey buck at that time. Experimental Grade Alpine 50% Guernsey 25% LaMancha 25%
 GGBoA# EX01164 Gold
Service Sire:
Violetvale Apollo

HB2/American, Polled

Violetvale Apollo

GuernseyBuck (male)Dark Gold
BGS# HB078709PDOB: 5/15/20164 yrs
Can't wait to see some kids from this handsome boy.
 BGS# HB078709P Dark Gold

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Expecting a heavy milker in this doe, as her dam and sisters are all heavy milkers.

Updated 11/13/2020