Doe confirmation

Discussion in 'Goat Conformation' started by BBFarms, Oct 15, 2020.

  1. BBFarms

    BBFarms New Member

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    Aug 10, 2020
    Western NY
    Had a little trouble in the past trying to find a legit breeder to purchase some decent quality ND goats from. I've recently found a breeder just about an hour drive away. Their goats are a little on the pricey side so i just want to share with you the doe i'm considering buying and ask for your opinions on her, pros and cons.
    She's $650, she's just about 2 years old, had her first freshening on 3/29/20 with twin does. owner said she was milking almost 3 lbs per milking, is that good for a nigerian? This is the most recent picture of her i could get, she's dried up now but i'll try and get udder pictures later.
    Thoughts? Her dam is Hollands Haven Belle and her sire is Stonebroke Farm ND Donaghy
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  2. NigerianDwarfOwner707

    NigerianDwarfOwner707 Well-Known Member

    May 17, 2018
    East Coast, USA
    Do you happen to have any udder photos or pics of the sire and dam?

    I like her, her rump could be more level and her withers are high, but her chine is actually very level and I like her body capacity and brisket.
     
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  3. NigerianDwarfOwner707

    NigerianDwarfOwner707 Well-Known Member

    May 17, 2018
    East Coast, USA
    Nevermind, got the sire and dam pics from their website.

    I like 'em.

    I'd probably buy her if I know I had a good buck to fix her faults.
     
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  4. IHEARTGOATS

    IHEARTGOATS Well-Known Member

    Jun 14, 2016
    Zebulon, NC
    Are there actual milk records?
    If they are saying that she averaged 3 lbs over 305 days, then that's pretty good. Actually, really good for a FF.

    I think she looks pretty good. I don't see anything glaring wrong with her.

    I'm not sure the market in NY, but I sell registered doe kids for a minimum of $300. If she has been milk tested that is probably a reasonable price.
     
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  5. BBFarms

    BBFarms New Member

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    Aug 10, 2020
    Western NY
    They do have milk records, she's been in milk for 187 days and milked 559 lbs of milk.
    she was milking 3.4 lbs at her peak and milked around 2.6/7 consistently. She also has really high butterfat which is another reason why i'd love to get her,

    I wont be able to bred her this year, but i put down a deposit for a buckling from this pairing.
    dam's due in just 4 days, fingers crossed for a buck! What are your thoughts?

    Creep thyme Farm Whoa x CH Cool springs TC Rowan *B
    The dam and her full sister, who is a SGCH doe
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    her dam
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    the sire
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    his dam
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  6. daisymay

    daisymay Well-Known Member

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    Feb 13, 2017
    oregon
    The only thing i notice is that she is not on level ground so likely her hip would be level with her withers. which in Nigerians is common. shes preety.
     
  7. Calistar

    Calistar Well-Known Member

    She looks good! Great brisket and body capacity. Rump is a little short. Milk scores are great for a first freshener. Did they finish her lactation? She'd be able to earn her milk star easily at that rate. Her price is on the high side but she has a lot of potential. I'm not familiar with her bloodlines, so no input there.

    Did that pairing produce the buckling you wanted?