This doe is a very special addition to our herd. I treasure all our goats from Dana at Alethia, but this one is extra special as they lost her incredible mother this year.
We are very thankful to Krystal at Trilogy, for letting us call her ours.
Bunny, as she is affectionately called, is a beautiful doe with excellent dairy charter. She posses large plum teats, has excellent capacity, and good attachments. I am told she is a dream to milk, and cannot wait to milk her!
Pictures shown are from when she was a yearling through second fresh. She has one leg to date, and I will be hopefully finishing her once she comes to FL.
All photos below of Bunny and her dam Honey Dew are thanks to Alethia Homestead.
Bunny as a yearling
Another yearling Bunny photo
Bunny's 2 nd Fresh udder- (Quads)
Bunny shown as a FF.
Her mother, Honey Dew, is one of the most incredible does to grace the breed. We are still heart broken for her breeder and owners, and will treasure this daughter of hers. Honey Dew has produced 4 finished champions to date (that I have tracked down) and has a LA of EEEE'91. She received that score twice, the second after she was over 8 years old. She has won 5 Best Doe in Show, 10 Best of Breed wins, and has been Sr. Grand Champion doe 8 times.
Both photos above thanks to Alethia Homestead.
Honey Dew is sired by-
CH Algedi Farm Drops of Jupiter *S EEE91- sadly deceased.
And her mother is the incomparable Tulepo-
SGCH Rosasharn's UMT Tupelo Honey 4*D
DOB 05-20-03 - DOD 04-20-12
LA2011 EEEE 91 E 22"
All the above photos of Tulepo and Jupiter thanks to Algedi Farm.
Bunny's sire isn't nearly as famous as her mother, but he is a champion in his own right-
CH Mystiques BN Como is from a blend of Twin Creeks and Prairie wood lines. Como is where Bunny's color and bright blue eyes come from. I am still hunting up pictures of his children and siblings, more to come as I discover them!
CH Mystiques BN Como-
Photo thanks to Walsh Family Farm.Sire- Mystiques SG Blue Nugget
Como's Dam- Still looking for udder pictures if anyone has one.
Photo thanks to Walsh Family Farm.