Please take a look at our breeding plans for an overview of our 2016 kidding season. 2017 plans will be coming in the fall - Oznayim Herb Basil will be in heavy use! Kaitlyn is going to be enjoying her well-earned retirement and we look forward to her genetics being continued through her boy, Jasper Farm OM Bo Diddley.
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We maintain a CAE/CL/Johnne’s/Brucellosis/TB-free G6S normal herd. We participate annually in ADGA’s DHI milk test and Linear Appraisal programs.
We cherish the old-style Nubian genetics of the past while embracing the future through consistent breeding plans incorporating depth of pedigree with carefully integrated out-crosses.
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Jillian Mendez, Luckytohave herd: “Carries black. I have his grand-daughter Tailynn in my herd still. Heavy milker (12-14#), nice udder, needs a little more blending and smoothness of the foreudder into body. Timmy's daughters were very dairy...best to breed him to coarse or strong does or does that are needing more flatness of bone and need that length of neck. His daughters take about 2-3 years to put it all together...slow maturing. At times they can look very rangey and hot dog type....just give them time to grow and develop.”
Aylie is milking about 12.5lbs/day now on her third freshening - she is on milk test! Van has been jointly bottle and dam-raised by a very milky dam, and you can see that in his growth. Van has got the overall package down - strong bone, wide thurl to thurl and through the escutcheon, and displays notable breed character in his nose and ears.
Aylie is milking about 12.5lbs/day now on her third freshening - she is on milk test! Buddha has been jointly bottle amd dam-raised with his brother Van, and I am very hopeful that he and Lizzy will give us a polled doeling next year.