Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Offering Choice Animals for Sale

We have been in the Evaluating Phase of our Breeding program, over the last three years Production, we now know what we are going forward with from this point. And so we are offering some of our Foundation Herd for Sale. They are wonderful animals & added great Blood lines & strengths to our production. We are going forward with mostly our Production. Creating our own "look" so to speak. We will be offering Great Starter, Groups for sale.

These animals where selected to be our Starter Herd for There Conformation, Fiber, Personality & Pretty Face... All of these animals would be great Foundation animals for any begining Breeding program , or Add that certain fiber, face structure, bone to your existing program.

Is No longer for sale
Erick Liddell Grand Champion NY State Fair 2006

BHLF Erick Liddell: He has added his blood lines to our herd in a mager positive way , strength bone, size & color This Guy was my first herd sire, Very Gentle & easy to handle, & settles ladies easily...He is our Oldest Male @ 9 years young 3/16/01 . Erick has his Halter champion & his ROM & many Get of Sire Points.

Confetti Spring 2010 Pregnant, before shearing

Whimsical's Bolivian Confetti: A great Appy girl,easy birthing, great milker,wonderful mom, We have two of her female Cria
here on the farm Tuxedos Formal Affair 5/24/10 ILR pending & MLM Kali-Lilly 7/4/08 ILR reg ... at six she is in the prime of her production years 11/13/04
She has not been shown by use but has been in the show ring, representing her previous owners.

Lilly Is in Heaven we lost her to cancer
Lilly spring 2010 Before shearing

MLM Kali-Lilly: Daughter of Confetti, Lilly is old enough to breed 7/4/08 ILR Reg., and can be part of your starter package , mostly white with a few brown spots, her fiber is fine and soft, would make a great fiber herd addition. She is on the smaller side, & would fit in to a possible miniature breeding program...we have no small male matches so she has to move on .

Check back for additional animals.....

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