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Ok, I've been thinking and thinking and thinking and can't seem to settle on a name. I'm buying a buckling who's gold in color wtih some white in his belt region. His dam's name is MCH/CH J-Nels BB Dumplin and his sire is Rosasharn's SS Sequoia. So I was playing off his sire's name with a tree theme.

So far all I can seem to get that I like is J-Nels S Dumplin's River Birch. Call him River. What do you think? I was using his dam's name in his name as well since she just finished a dual championship.

Do you like that name or do you have any suggestions? Here he is...
 

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I do like that but there's a relatively well known Nigerian buck named Green Gate Golden Oak, he's in a few of my goat's pedigrees.
 

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Golden Aspen, Golden Rain, Redwood Empire (the place where I live is called that- Sequoia Sepervirons), Gold Mountain Sequoia, Golden Apple Dumpling, Little Lumberjack (also from where I live) Golden Maple, Butterscotch Parfait (because of his color.)
 

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That is a beautiful buck. I love the coloring. I like Dumplin's River Birch. Here are a few more names to confuse you.
Dumplin's Jack pine
Dumplin's Noble fir
Dumplin's Scots Pine
Dumplin's Shinning Sumac

Also the
Dog-less Fir Tree. This is a tree that has no dogs! :slapfloor:
This is a smart tree it has some how figured out how to keep the dogs away so it won't get peed on. :ROFL:


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Oh my gosh so many great names! I love the Disco Dumplin! Haha :ROFL:
 
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