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GCH 40 West Farm Mary Jane 2*M EX90

(3xGCH 3xBOB 2xBDIS) - GCH & *M PENDING

DOB: 1/6/2015

Dam: GCH Gotta B Kid N Obeah 1*M EX91

DD: SGCH Gotta B Kid N Lucifer's Stone VG86

DS: Algedi Farm MH Sea the Stars *B

Sire: Castle Rock Pineapple Express +*B (Littermate brother to SGCH Castle Rock Polar Vortex EX91!)

SD: GCH Castle Rock Snownamie 2*M EX90 (Dam to '15 ADGA Nat Champ CH Castle Rock Flash Flood EX90!)

SS: SG Castle Rock Cleveland Sage ++*B (2019 Nat Premier Sire, Sire to 2019 National GCH and Best Udder, CH Castle Rock Tahitian Sunset EX90)

https://www.adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=D001742279

Someone PINCH me!!!!! I have LOVED this doe since the first time I laid eyes on her. I mean, who wouldn't? She epitomizes a stunningly correct dairy animal that has stood the test of time! Everything I am breeding for and more. MJ comes to me at 8 years of age on a long-term open-ended lease from Emily at Bridge Acres. When I say my jaw hit the floor when she offered her to me, that would be a massive understatement. Just look at this doe; from hoof to poll and from nose to tail she oozes correct dairy conformation. She boasts and incredibly long bone pattern throughout, particularly noticeable in her back, rump, and wide set, flat ribs that are long and well angled towards her flank. At 8 years old her feet and legs are as strong and correct as ever, as is that beautiful front end assembly with incredible extension to her brisket. I could go into detail about her simply ageless mammary system, but I think it speaks for itself. It goes without saying that does will not be available from MJ (unless for Emily of course), and I sure hope she isn't stingy with them in the coming years!

GCH Top Shelf SMR She's the Best 1*M VEEE90

(3xGCH 2xBOB 1xBIS)

DOB: 2/10/2019 - CH & *M pending

Dam: 40 West Farm Orenda

DD: GCH Gotta B Kid N Obeah *M EX91

DS: GCH Wood Bridge Farm Apache Wind +*B EX91

Sire: Castle Rock Pineapple Express +*B (Littermate brother to SGCH Castle Rock Polar Vortex EX91!)

SD: GCH Castle Rock Snownamie 2*M EX90 (Dam to '15 ADGA Nat Champ CH Castle Rock Flash Flood EX90!)

SS: SG Castle Rock Cleveland Sage ++*B (2019 Nat Premier Sire, Sire to 2019 National GCH and Best Udder, CH Castle Rock Tahitian Sunset EX90)

https://www.adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=D002016673

"Bestie" is a doe I have DREAMED about for so many years! A Pineapple Express daughter?! In MY HERD?!?! I still can't believe it! At our final show of the season, while walking to our pens, a lone Nigerian doe in a pen made me stop in my tracks. She was long, in both body and rump, DEEP bodied beyond belief, with a mammary system that made my heart pitter-patter. It was in that moment that I resigned to the fact that this doe would surely sweep the senior show (SOMEHOW she didn't?!). If you haven't guessed already, yes, this doe I am describing is Bestie. An absolutely stunning animal with the typical unfaultable Pineapple Express mammary system. So as the show was ending, I jokingly told her owner/breeder that he could send her to me whenever he was done with her, JOKINGLY because this is a caliber of doe you don't sell. This is a doe you build a herd off of. But he said he would. Right then and there. I thought he was joking. He was not. He wanted to focus on his Alpines and knew I would offer a forever home and prove her out to the best of my abilities. Boom, dream come true!! And that is the story of how one of the nicest does in my herd came to be, and I am ETERNALLY grateful to her breeder Warren Parker for letting come to us. 

At her first show out with me, Bestie handily earned her first leg towards her championship, out of an incredible competitive Nigerian Specialty show here in FL. Just LOOK at this doe's mammary system! The INSANE width and height to that mammary! It truly looks like a standard breed udder shrunk down into miniature. The strength of medial, balance when viewed from the side, and capacity are all quite remarkable. I am certianly not upset to have TWO Bestie bucks working in my herd!

At her third show ever with me, Bestie handily finished her championship in the first 2 rings, beating out a spectacular challenger for 2 BOB wins and even snagged a BEST SR DOE IN SHOW win! I'm so thrilled to have been able to finish this doe so quickly, because she absolutely deserves it!!

GCH Gypsy Moon Maiko 1*M EEEE90

(3xGCH 3xBOB 2xRsGCH) - CH & *M PENDING

DOB: 1/25/2019

Dam: Gypsy Moon WP Celebration

DD: SGCH Luv Lil Mtn Delightful Robin EX90

DS: GCH Gypsy Moon SB War Paint ++*B EX90

Sire: CH J-Nels LY Siu Mai

SD: SGCH J-Nels ER Dumplin 2*M EX90 (4xBIS, 2011 ADGA Reserve National Champion)

SS: GCH Chenango-Hills Lysander +*B EX90

https://www.adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=D002008884

Maiko was one of my most exciting additions during the start of my herd. Although she comes from genetics I myself have not worked with before, those genetics have been proven time and time again, and continue to do so. Mako has one of the nicest Nigerian rumps I have ever put my hands on, in terms of width, length, and height of thurls. It very much reminds me of a "big goat" rump, which goes quite nicely with the rest of her overall very correct general appearance and dairy strength. She is incredibly flat-boned and dairy throughout, with substantial spacing between her ribs and showing lots of depth and angularity from head to tail. Her mammary is well attached, has lovely capacity, and is beautifully balanced when viewed from the side. She has very supple udder texture that milks out quickly and leaves nothing but a wrinkly raisin behind. I love this doe and everything she has to offer, including an extra sweet demeanor. <3

At her 2nd show since joining my herd, Maiko handily finished her championship at one of the most competitive shows in Florida! Judges commended her on her style, grace, upstandingness, dairyness, and of course the beautiful mammary system. I love this doe and can't wait to see how her 2024 retained daughter matures!

GCH 3G Family Farm Farmersdaughter 5*M VEEE90

(3xGCH 3xBOB 1xRsGCH) - GCH & *M pending

DOB: 2/25/2019

Dam: GCH 3G Family Farm WM Apricot 4*M EX91

DD: GCH 3G Family Farm HM Peaches 3*M VG89

DS: TX Twincreeks RM Watermark +*B (2021 ADGA National Show Premier Sire)

Sire: Wood Bridge Farm BearNecessity +*B (Sire to 1st/1st Udder 4yo 2022 ADGA Nat Show)

SD: GCH Wood Bridge Farm Scarlet Rose 1*M EX90 (2018 ADGA National Champion and Best Udder)

SS: Wood Bridge Farm Bear Claw +*B

https://www.adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=D002013274

There is a lot to love about Dottie besides her pedigree, which boast some of the most prominent animals in the Nigerian breed. She herself is super long, level, and wide across her top. Lots of depth, width, and spring to her rear barrel, and she stands atop a super lovely set of feet and legs, with just about ideal angulation. She is open throughout and a really dairy individual, without an ounce of excess fleshing anywhere. Dottie freshened with me for the first time with a beautiful mammary, really surprising me with lots of capacity, a beautiful medial, and significantly increased height and width when compared to the FF photos I saw of her. She is really hitting her prime and has matured into a stunningly sharp, angular, and powerful yet dairy doe. She picked up her first milking leg at her first show out with me at one WEEK fresh! I mostly brought her along for the ride, not expecting her to be competitive yet but she really showed me! I'm super thrilled with her 2023 retained doe kid, Birdie, who you can see on the Junior Doe page!

Dottie easily finished her championship at her 3rd show out with me! She earned her 3rd leg at one of our most competitive shows in Florida, beating out 47 other Nigerian does! This doe's will to milk astounds me and she hasn't miss a beat even being uddered up multiple weekends in a row! She milked 5.2lbs on her first test with me mid-show season in 2023!

GCH Winning Streak EL Petunia 7*M EEEE91

(3xGCH 1xBOB 3xRsGCH) - GCH pending

DOB: 7/6/2021 

Dam: Winning Streak CM Marigold 6*M (1xBIS) (Full sister to GCH Winning Streak CM Pumpkin Pie 6*M 1xBIS)

DD: GCH Winning Streak LJ Madeline 6*M EX90 1xBIS

DS: GCH Wood Bridge Farm Count on Me +*B

Sire: Winning Streak EB Exoticlegacy *B

SD: GCH Wood Bridge Farm Hnysucklerose 3*M VG89 

SS: Phoenix Farm Exotic Bird +*B

https://www.adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=D002198613

Ah Petunia! I loved this doe from the minute she was born during my time at WS. Well shoot, I have loved her since before she was even born when I planned the cross that made her! She was one I didn't foresee leaving, but when you are managing someone else's herd, you don't get final say. So Tuna was sold right after I resigned, and went to live with Adriana of Flint Hill farm for a year or so. Adriana did a beautiful job managing Petunia while she had her and through her first pregnancy and freshening. She freshened with a beautiful udder, very similar in style to her granddam Rose. Of course her production took a hit when she changed herds to come home with me, but I could still see the beautiful structure and I was SO excited to get another freshening on this girl! She is beautifully mature for her age, showing LOADS of depth of both chest and barrel, lots of substance of bone, and a absolutely stunning front end assembly, I mean just look at that brisket and foreleg placement! I'm so thrilled to have this spectacular doe in the herd and can't thank Adriana enough for thinking of me first when she decided to part with her!

Petunia picked up not one but TWO milking legs as a yearling FF with me, over 7 months in milk! I am so so so proud of this doe and what she has accomplished with me during our short time together! She just needs one leg to finish now and will be a 2yo 2nd freshener in 2024. I cant wait to get her back out into the ring!

Despite having a single buck in Jan 2024, Tuna was able to not only appraise EEEE91 as a TWO YEAR OLD, but additionally she managed to handily finish her championship as a 2yo 2nd freshener at a show that judge Karen Smith remarked was the "most consistently competitive Nigerian Dwarf show" she had judged all year! (May 2024 Recycle Show) What an honor!! This doe is truly one of my pride and joys, and I'm so glad she gets to call Drewem Nigerians her permanent home. Her udder has only gotten better as time goes on, and she is just so special to me. I plan to keep a buck as my next Jr herdsire because I'd be rather thrilled with a herd full of Tuna clones!

GCH Winning Streak FF Maybelline 6*M EEEV89

(3xGCH 2xBOB 2xBIS) - CH pending

DOB: 8/20/2017

Dam: GCH Winning Streak EOT Amazing 5*M EEEE91 

DD: Fuji Farm FFS Macy 4*M 

DS: GCH Alethia CTO Eye of the Tiger *B

Sire: Pixie Hollow NF Fix-it-Felix *B

SD: GCH Wood Bridge Farm Pippin Alice 1*M 

SS: Alethia DJ Night Fever *B

 

https://www.adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=D001906113

Where to begin with this doe? I get a touch emotional even thinking about having this doe in my herd. She was one of the first goats I delivered entirely on my own. Her dam is my one and only heart goat, whom I fell in love with as a junior doe and our bond only grew over the years of me managing the Winning Streak herd. GCH Winning Streak EOT Amazing 5*M EEEE91 was my baby well before the championship, before the milk records, before the appraisal score, and certainly before her found fame amongst the Nigerian Dwarf world. I don't think I will ever fully get over having to leave her behind when I resigned.

    Maybe is the ONLY Mazy daughter to ever leave Winning Streak, she was Mazy's first ever daughter way back during our first full year of real breeding, and we had no idea what we were doing. We quickly realized Mazy daughters should NOT leave and tried for years to get her back. So when I started my own herd I knew just who to reach out to, and to my absolute shock and delight, Diane at Fiesta Texas Dairy goats was finally ready to offer Maybe back to me! Of course I did not hesitate and just had to wait for her to kid in March 2023 to then be able to go get her. 

Maybe exudes stunning general appearance. She is giraffe-necked, with a back that is a mile long and as flat as a board. She stands atop of an ageless set of feet and legs, with pasterns just as upright as they were when she was a kid, deep heels, and tight toes. Her skin is supple and soft, and her ribs are wide and flat. Her mammary system has stood the test of time and freshenings and maintains incredible height and super snug attachments. She has a strong medial and her udder is extremely balanced both from the side and rear and milks out like a dream.

 

Maybe finished her championship at 6 years old, 8.5 months fresh, with her second BEST DOE IN SHOW WIN!! I seriously could not be more thrilled to have this doe here with me. She means the world to me and I cherish her every day. Now to get some daughters!!

GCH Winning Streak CM Snowflake 2*M EX90 AGS 90.5

(3xGCH 3xBOB) - GCH & *M pending

DOB: 1/1/2020

Dam: GCH Winning Streak EB Snow Bunny 1*M VEEE90

DD: Farm Oldesouth Blu Snow Angel
DS: Phoenix Farm Exotic Bird +*B

Sire: GCH Wood Bridge Farm Count on Me +*B VVE88
SD: GCH Wood Bridge Farm CountnBlessns 2*M EEEE92
SS: GCH Wood Bridge Farm Undeniable ++B

https://www.adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=D002065914

Words can not express my gratitude and humbleness to have been selected by Teena to bring home sweet Snowflake. All of the hard work was done for me already by Teena Bagwell at Gypsy Moon Nigerians, as Snowflake came to me already a finished champion (finished as a 2yo 2nd freshener!) as well as with a coveted LA score of EX90 AND AGS Classification of 90.5!!! I remember delivering Snowflake along with her sister at Winning Streak all those years ago, a breeding I was SO excited for! I opted to keep the sister since she was a buckskin, and to be honest solid white is not my favorite on a Nigerian...but as the years passed I realized that Snowflake turned out even better than her littermate! So I could not be more ecstatic to have been able to bring her home during the Gypsy Moon dispersal and owe a million thanks to Teena for sending one of her favorite girls home with me.

Snowflake is an even better version of her dam and littermate sister in my opinion. They all share many of the same fantastic qualities: beautiful general appearance, length and depth of body, width throughout, lovely feet and legs, and of course beautiful mammary systems. Snowflake introduces more dairyness when compared to her dam, with less tendency to carry excess fleshing and shoulders that are held more snuggly against the body wall, and she exhibits a more correct mammary system than her sister, with less tendency for the mammary to tilt forward and therefore teats that point more directly down with a longer and smoother foreudder attachment. What a trio of does they are (all GCH LA90+), and I am beyond thrilled to be the new owner of my favorite one of the 3! Eeeeek!! 

Gotta B Kid N SweetGeorgaBrown VG87

DOB: 2/9/2019 

Dam: Gotta B Kid N Ossetra VG89

DD: Gotta B Kid N Black Caviar

DS: Antiquity CRF BH Zingziber

Sire: Castle Rock Pineapple Express +*B (Littermate brother to SGCH Castle Rock Polar Vortex EX91!)

SD: GCH Castle Rock Snownamie 2*M EX90 (Dam to '15 ADGA Nat Champ CH Castle Rock Flash Flood EX90!)

SS: SG Castle Rock Cleveland Sage ++*B (2019 Nat Premier Sire, Sire to 2019 National GCH and Best Udder, CH Castle Rock Tahitian Sunset EX90)

https://www.adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=D002005434

ANOTHER Pineapple Express daughter?! In MY HERD?!?! I still can't believe it! After adding Bestie to the herd I was sure she would be the only Pineapple daughter to call Drewem Nigerians home. But a few short weeks later, one of my favorite FL goat friends reached out about having to reduce her herd. I had already had a special interest in Georgia, since she was one of the youngest remaining Pineapple daughters out there and I had actually brought a daughter of hers in earlier in 2023, Bridge Acres ARC Georgia Peach! Georgia is a petite and smaller framed doe, but she freshened with the typical stunning Pineapple Express mammary system! Absolutely glued on to her body with attachments just everywhere you could imagine, a beautiful medial, perfect teat placement, and a high, wide, well rounded rear udder arch. Even small, she is super deep bodied and smoothly blended, with outstanding extention to brisket and super correct feet and legs. This girl has had nothing but DOE KIDS and I'm not complaining!

Lily Hill WH Fleur-De-Lis 3*M VG88 @ 2yo

(1xGCH)

DOB: 2/19/2022

Dam: GCH Winning Streak EB Lilly 2*M (4xGCH 3xBOB 2xBIS)

DD: GCH Wood Bridge Farm Pippin Alice 1*M

DS: Phoenix Farm Exotic Bird +*B

Sire: Hidden Hills Water Hawthorne *B

SD: GCH Hidden Hills HB River Blossom 8*M EEEE91 

SS: Hidden Hills Chase the Legend *B

https://www.adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=D002231054

Being as extremely critical as I am can make it hard to find additions to build our herd, but this doe required NO second thought! She exudes dairy strength throughout, with a long lean neck, long and flat bone pattern, the softest dairy skin with no excess fleshing to be found. She couples all this with a beautiful set of feet and legs and lovely depth of body for her size and age. Fleur freshened for the first time with what I would consider my ideal FF mammary system. Wide, high, attached, beautiful teat size and placement, lovely rounded arch, balanced from both the side and rear, perfectly milkable texture, and a wide, full, and smoothly blended foreudder. Should I go on? Haha. But I think I get the point across that this is one of the nicest FF mammary's I've encountered. Fleur has been an amazing mom to her two DOE kids that I of course retained. She wins the #1 FF award!

Fleur was 1st place yearling milker both times she entered the ring this year after freshening and the judges just swooned over her, mentioning that she will be a force to be reckened with as she ages. I couldn't agree more!

Gypsy Moon FF Three Days Grace 8*M 2023-AGS 91.3

DOB: 2/29/2020 - *M pending

Dam: Gypsy Moon Hott Miata 7*M (2xGCH 2xBOB)

DD: GCH Gypsy Moon SM Firebird 6*M EX91

DS: CH Caprine Acres SG Hott Shott EEE91

Sire: Pixie Hollow NF Fix-it-Felix *B

SD: GCH Wood Bridge Farm Pippin Alice 1*M 

SS: Alethia DJ Night Fever *B

https://www.adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=D002107875

Grace is another doe that comes to me from the Gypsy Moon herd dispersal, and WOW, what an incredible addition to the herd! She is a paternal sister to Maybelline and I can really see the traits that their sire has stamped on them both! Grace is super long and level, with a strong topline from withers to rump. She is capacious in both body and mammary and oh my, what a mammary that is! I really appreciate the width she maintains in that mammary from top to bottom, as well as the lovely height, beautiful attachments, and correctness of medial and teat structure! As a 3yo 3rd freshener Grace was AGS Classified at 91.3!!! I seriously can't wait to get this girl into the ring! She's a bit of a crazy girl, making pictures quite hard to capture of her showing off her true beauty.

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