Dolce Latte Galileo is a lovely, gentle boy that has given us some beautiful kids. We have chosen to retain a 2016 buckling, so we can't justify keeping Gale when we don't have enough does to let him do his job. Gale has great rear width (which he passed onto his daughter) and awesome milky genetics. We had him shipped in from a herd in Alabama that specifically breeds for dairy production. Gale's pedigree includes strong names such as Dragonfly, Twin Creeks, Flat Rocks, Stonewall's, and Caesars Villa. Gale is up to date on his CD/T vaccination. He has tested CAE and Johnes negative, and our herd shows no signs of CL abscesses. Gale is a goof and a very good boy. He is gentle with the young bucks we keep in the buck pen and has never shown any aggression towards people. He likes having his neck scratched. He can be a little shy towards strangers but I think will warm up quickly once he gets to know you, because he is not at all shy to us. Gale is fed a diet of grass hay, roughage, and alfalfa pellets. He gets herbally dewormed twice a week. He has been given BoSe and a copper bolus recently. He is also shaved (poorly, I regret to inform. I need to get better at this shaving thing). Gale's triplets ranged from 3.5, to 5 lbs. For more information on Gale, including his extended pedigree and more pictures of his kids and his ancestors, please visit this link: http://threehavensgoats.weebly.com/blog/dolce-latte-galileo I am attaching a couple pictures of Gale, a picture of his dam, his dam's udder, his full sister's udder, and his doeling. I would love to see Gale find a home where he can be put to good use, it's not fair to keep him where he doesn't have enough girlfriends!