Ozark Jewels Whiskey River (PB)
River has a small precocious udder in this picture. Click pedigree to view larger.
DOB 2/26/2016. Twin. ADGA Pedigree
River is a beautiful standard LaMancha with twelve finished champions in her four generation pedigree. Her lines go back to impressive South-Fork, Kastdemur, Celtic Knot, and Amberwood lines. I’ve also know almost since I started with goats in 2008 that if I ever went to standard, I would want some of Ozark Jewel’s goats — so that’s what I did! River has great width and is developing nice depth as a yearling now as well. She’s got a really nice topline, long dairy neck, beautiful wide and level rump. She will be a part of my MiniMancha program, and will be kidding as a two year old first freshener in 2018. Her kids will be named following an ‘adult beverage’ theme.
Ozark Jewels Isle of Innisfree (PB)
DOB: 3/22/2018. Twin. ADGA.
Sire: South-Fork SV Brash Moonshine
Dam: Ozark Jewels D Dreamweaver
Innie’s name is still pending with ADGA. More info coming soon.
Ozark Jewels Fanny Bird (PB) (wattles)
DOB: 3/11/2018. Twin. ADGA.
Sire: Amberwood T Pretty Boy Dune
Dam: Ozark Jewels Moonshines Zelda
Fanny Bird’s name is still pending with ADGA. More info coming soon.
Tiramar VT Gemma (96.87% Nigerian, 3.13% LaMancha)
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DOB 3/8/2017. Triplet. Pedigree not on TMGR website yet.
Gemma is my first homegrown MiniMancha doe, though she has a high percentage of Nigerian. She is developing so nicely as a young yearling doe. She has great width and strength even at a young age. As you can see, Gemma missed disbudding. The time of her birth was hectic and I (foolishly) misplaced my iron and didn’t find it until it was too late to disbud. I am strongly in favor of disbudding and do not think it is safe at all for goats to have horns (for the goats or the humans), so Gemma will be having them removed via banding this winter while they are still small and the experience will not be traumatic. Gemma is Opal’s daughter and the fourth generation from my first doe, Brownie, who is now retired. On her sire’s side, Gemma’s great granddam is Agape Oaks Amazing Grace 1*D AR who produced 1014 lbs in 295 days in her 2008 lactation with 5.6% butterfat and 4.2% protein. Gemma will be dry for the 2018 season. Her offspring will be named following an Italian theme.