|Posted on October 27, 2013 at 11:55 AM||comments (126)|
Jagged Edge was "on leave" last breeding season. He bred only two Brown Bomber does and gave us a beautiful buck that will be working down south and a doe who is with us. He will be called back to "active duty" next breeding season to breed on selected does that we have lined for him. He has three notable does in our farm: JEBB DQ1(Jagged Edge x Dairy Queen) and Poropogo(Jagged Edge x Chocolate Bunny). These two ladies have been bred to Bulletcreek Sue the Moon. The third JE progeny is BBJE Bubbly Jag(Jagged Edge x NCGF 279) and was bred to Playboy. We are eagerly awaiting for this three ladies to freshen to prove his "dairyness" that will decide his worth in our breeding program.
|Posted on October 24, 2013 at 12:40 AM||comments (2)|
MAYO ONSE: We've decided that he's a keeper! We'll be using him next breeding season along with Mercury for our Alpine, Saanen and Saanen-Alpine does. His sire Mercury shows great milk potential in his lineage. His dam Koanna, is a consistent milker at 2 or more liters in a once daily milking sessions for 3 consecutive milking seasons.
|Posted on October 24, 2013 at 12:10 AM||comments (138)|
LAMANCHA PROJECT: We are now in a situation to breed our very own produce with our La Manchas. NCGF HEART DUKE and NCGF BMS GEORGINA, both farm bred, will be matched in next years breeding season. We would be expecting outstanding kids coming out both and getting a higher percentage from Samara and Black magic. Pretty exciting!
|Posted on October 24, 2013 at 12:10 AM||comments (179)|
Judging from Duke's progress, he will be used in next year's breeding plan mainly for our younger does. His pedigree shows a lot of potential. He's a very nice buckling with conformity that is almost impeccable. He is a product of Heart Mt Lach of Tempo and NCGF Heart Contessa breeding.