I have wanted this doe for years and FINALLY had the chance to bring her into my herd. I've been on pins and needles for over a month now hoping to get things squared away for her to join us. Well today we picked her up and I am beyond thrilled!!!! She's 9 years old now though which is the only draw back about her finally getting here. That being said, I aim to be her last home. So pray we have several long years together with her here. I'd like to breed her a time or two and get some of her babies here before she's retired. She's a gorgeous doe and is built beautifully. She's won numerous champion titles however for whatever reason (that I've yet to learn) she's not a finished champion. She earned her milking star amd AR in 2002. She was also classified with AGS as 'VG' 89.7. She also tied for 7th place for Protein in milk on the AGS Top Ten list in 2004! Yes to say I'm thrilled to have her is putting it mildly. I'm so excited and am so eager to see what she can do for our herd. I sure hope she gives me at least one doeling and a buckling to keep here in our herd! Yay!!!! Here's a picture of Zee (as she will be called here) in 2004 or 2005 when Sharon Boger was showing her... She's going to be bred to J-Nels SQ River Birch for a Spring kidding. He's out of MCH/CH J-Nels ER Dumplin (J-Nels BB Dimples x Caesar's Villa LV Eric *S) and Rosasharn SS Sequoia *S (ARMCH Rosasharn's UMT Sassafras 5*D E x Rosasharn's TL Summer Sol *S). I'll keep ALL doelings and a buckling. She had triplets in May this year so maybe I'll get lots of precious Zee babies to keep. I'm so eager to get to know her more. She's a beautiful flashy girl with moonspots and so incredibly wide. Makes me think of Faith and Fuchsia! :stars: :wahoo: :leap: :clap: I'm so happy!