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These ladies are junior does no more. I'll get them moved in with the seniors when I get caught up.

Here you see their udders. Dance (left) has about 6 hours of milk. Divy (right) will deliver kids in under 24 hours.
aka "Dance"

BD: 4/3/2016
G6S Normal by Parentage
Casein A/A by Parentage

Dance came to live with us shortly after her birth and immediately fit right into the family. She's a quiet young lady who loves to stand on her hind legs and dance. She's got gorgeous dairy stength, strong feet and legs with nice body capacity and a beautiful head.

Many thanks to Deb McAvoy for this wonderful doeling. Dance's dam is a half-sister to our herd queen Mony and lived with us for a short time.

March 25, 2018 - Dance delivered twins sired by Paco. There's a lovely black doeling and a brown buckling. Dance is wonderful to milk.

Dance is well-named. She's constantly in motion. These photos show her at just two weeks of age.

aka "Divy"

BD: 6/7/2016
G6S Normal by Parentage
Casein A/A by Parentage

Daughter of Millie and Atlas

Here she is pictured just days before kidding in April, 2018.

Divy was the last kid born in our herd in 2017 and what a way to end the season! She was so large and strong right at the beginning that we were convinced she was a buck. Imagine our delight when we checked!

Divy came out with self-assurance that she would be the center of attention - just like her mother Millie. She has a gorgeous, wide body and stance, extremely strong, correct legs and ears that are the envy of all. I'd like her to have a stronger Roman profile, but that's minor to us. I can't wait to milk her in 2018.


April 19, 2018 - Divy deliver triplet Paco kids. There's a black doeling and a brown and a black buckling.

Divy just three days old.

Divy is pictured in September, 2016