Reference 50% Guernsey 50% Alpine

GoatGoat Jute Flower

Goat, Guernsey/Alpine, Doe (female) | Cream, White patches

GGBoA#  | DOB: 5/11/2017 (4 yrs)

Mariposa Spotlight

Reference, Missmarked

Mariposa Spotlight

GuernseyBuck (male)PaleGold-RedGold, White Patches
BGS# HB078174D, GGBoA# DOB: 3/22/20156 yrs
Spots is a well behaved, gentle boy. He is considered mismarked by the BGS. So far all his daughters have good conformation, and good udder atachments. Spots sold With OUT his papers, he has given us good udders, and heavy milkers, but he has a lot of white, most of his daughters are correct color for Guernsey, but he has given us a few kids with a lot of white; we have never had any black marked kids from him.
 BGS# HB078174D, GGBoA#  PaleGold-RedGold, White Patches
Soldier-MTN SMFA Clara


Soldier-MTN SMFA Clara

American AlpineSr. Doe (female)Chamoisee
ADGA# AA1619291DOB: 4/6/20129 yrs
Clara is a good doe with nice conformation, and a great pedigree. She has peaked at a gallon and a half, a day, since her second freshening. She would not be a doe that would milk through, as she dries up once we get the cold from our hard winters. She was freshened as a one year old. She is very easy to hand milk with large orifices. Milk flavor is ok.
 ADGA# AA1619291 Chamoisee
Service Sire:
Anin's Golden Judah

American Guernsey (HB2) Reference

Anin's Golden Judah

GuernseyBuck (male)Gold
BGS# HB079271DDOB: 2/9/20174 yrs
I have some beautiful doe kids from Judah. 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 (in 2020) 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.
 BGS# HB079271D Gold


Jute has been with a friend, and has come back (no fault of hers). She is a very milky doe, with large teats, sadly she is lopsided, due to her triplet boys favoring one side. I don't know how much she gave as my friend let her dam raise her boys, but she said they never had her empty; or milk flavor. She will be a second freshener in 2020. She freshened with mastitis in her right side, and we trying to clear it up.

Mastitis is cleared up, but left her one sided, she is giving 3/4 a gallon off one side, and is very easy to hand milk.

Tested negative for CAE 2020.

Updated 4/25/2021