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Clovertop's Snapple (GCH)
http://adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=A001140795

Chateau De Ville's Gyrfalcon (SGCH, purebred)
http://adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=A000653394

Cherry Glen Handel Guy Noir (him, and every single goat on his pedigree is a SGCH or GCH)
http://adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=A001294327

Windrush Farms IRS Charmer (CH, Purebred)
http://adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=A001481889

Sweet-Dreams Monarchos (SG)
http://adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=A001191484

Cherry Glen Password Gentry (him and everyone but his sire is a SGCH or GCH)
http://adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=A001414364

Those are the ones I have access to, I am trying to track down somebody who sells Sodium Oaks Royal Risk straws, but that's near impossible.

And I have pictures of most these bucks if you would like to see them.

So anyway, what buck would you choose?
 

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I'm really no expert, but I liked Clovertop's Snapple and Sweet-Dreams Monarchos. Monarchos is Risk's son, so that may get you his bloodlines. I vaguely remember Snapple being in your girls' pedigrees, so that could be the way to go too, me personally I immediately want the prettiest one, but conformation would be important also, as well as milk records :)
 

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Well, I would be eventually Ai-ing all my does. I don't really have anything to improve on, other than 2 does I have need more hight, but then again, they are triplets.

Falcon
falcon.jpg

Charmer
charmer.jpg

Guy
http://olentangyalpines.com/guy.shtml

Gentry
Gentry-0508.jpg

Snapples daughters
snapple_05.jpg

Monarchos Grand-Dam. His daughters had massive udders, very well attached, nice feet, legs, and stature too.
snowbird-sm.jpg
 

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I don't really have anything to improve on, other than 2 does I have need more hight, but then again, they are triplets.
Oh, well what was your low category last time your does were appraised?

Sometimes that helps in the decision making by comparing linear strengths with does and bucks.

Are you does on DHI test? Running a planned pedigree could help if they have linear scores and production tests because you can get some helpful ETA information and see which makes the most improvement.
 

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Gentry is sure a conformationally correct buck! Depending on what you're looking to improve in your does, I feel sure all of them have something different to offer :) As said before, it helps to look at the linear scores of each buck's daughters, see the consistent strong a weak points, and know what your does need improving on.
I have a doe related to Charmer, her granddam is his sister, GCH Windrush Farm's IRS Corriander 5*M.
 
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