Arizona Lost Valley EJ Pocky Bliss

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  1. RedLotusNigerians

    RedLotusNigerians Member

    Dec 13, 2011
    Lost Valley EJ Pocky Bliss
    DATE OF BIRTH: 12-23-07

    See her extended pedigree here.

    SS: Gay-Mor's RA Kingwood ++*S
    Sire: Lost Valley KW Eskimo Joe *S
    SD: Hill Country's Like A Phenomenon 2*D

    DS: Piddlin Acres Cajun Music +*S VG
    Dam: Lost Valley CM Impression 2*D
    DD: Lost Valley Ann Stansell *D VG

    This is a VERY special girl for us, as she's been with us for a long, long time now. She's a sweet doe with tons of personality. She is the queen bee of the herd and a bully, hence she's got her own area of the pasture with the other bullies of the herd. Seeing as how we have a beautiful grand-daughter out of her we're retaining (and still debating retaining her daughter Moxxi, as her udder is shaping up nicer than expected), and the fact that there's really no need for us to breed for fall, we don't want Pocky to just sit around.

    We will be very particular about what home Pocky goes to.
    We do not want her going somewhere where she'll be bred until she falls over dead. She's getting up there in age, but she does have quite a few years left where breeding her should be fine. We would ideally love to see her go to a show home, or a home that participates in milk testing. Someplace that will love her and enjoy her. She's tame as can be and an easy keeper. Pocky is a sweet girl and it's hard to make the choice to let her go, but we're ready to get our herd numbers open for future kids.

    We have never had an issue with her kidding. She loves her babies, she loves to milk and she does so with willingness and ease. We keep missing getting her on milk test and never had her fresh enough to show when spring rolled around. She picked up a Jr. Reserve GCH leg as a senior yearling and she's always done very well at shows, as she is a very dairy doe coming from the gorgeous Lost Valley herd in TX. Lost Valley's herd continually excels in the show ring and excels in the milk pail. Pocky does need to be kept up on copper bolusing, as she tends to get a fishtail easily the moment she's lacking.

    If we could improve anything on Pocky, it would be to tighten up her withers some, give her udder a bit more height in the rear, and have a little bit better teat placement. Look for bucks that will improve these traits while building upon the strong foundation she gives with her length of body, lovely dairy skin, open rib spacing, depth of body throughout, and deep chest.

    Did we mention she's a Kingwood grand-daughter?

    Price: We are asking $400 for her. There is the option to have her bred to either of our boys, but breeding cannot take place until May when we have breeding pen space available. We would require a 50% non-refundable deposit to hold her during this time.

    To have Pocky exposed to a buck of your choice, her price goes to $450. Exposed is not the same being confirmed bred. To confirm her breeding, we can have her tested via BioPryn before she leaves for an additional fee, but that requires her staying an additional 30 days AFTER breeding in order to do the blood draw.


    We will be attending the Memorial Day show in Casa Grande, AZ. We would be more than happy to bring her with us and deliver her there if you will be attending as well.

    Email is your best bet of getting in touch with us.

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