Dragon's Hollow Peaches N Cream
Call Name: Peaches
DOB: April 3, 2016
Generation: F1 - 50/50%
No. of Kiddings: 2
G6S Status: NORMAL
Disease Testing Status: CAE, CL, Johnes - NEGATIVE in 2018
Peaches was our first goat ever! She has a great personality, loving, a great mother, and she is a diva. She has a very nice mammary system with a capacious udder, great high attachments, a short escutcheon, nice smoothing of the fore udder, good teat placement, size, and orifices. She can hold a lot in that udder! Conformation wise we love her smooth neck that blends nicely in her withers and her body depth. We look to improve her topline and give a little more length in the neck as well as breed conformation in the head when we breed her. We hope that her good milking attributes will come forth in her children.
Peaches Breeding History
|Year||Breeding Sire||Results||Kidding Date||Freshening|
|2018||Queen Acres Keanu Kulani (PB Nubian)||Twin Bucklings||2/20/19||3|
|2017||Buffalo Clover P Cherokee (Nigerian)||Twin Doelings |
1 Polled / 1 Horned
2018 MDGA Fall V-Show results
Ring 1 – Placed 4th (out of 8). Judges remark: B (Peaches) is placing over D for better overall balance symmetry and attachment of the mammary system. And in top line being stronger in the chine
Ring 2 – Placed 3rd (out of 8). Judges remark: B (Peaches) places over C for her strength in feet and legs- standing on stronger/higher front pasterns and having rear legs that face more directly forward. In mammary, she also has an udder that is more symmetrical/balanced with teats that are more correctly placed inward on the udder floor.
2018 MDGA Summer V-Show Results
Ring 1 – Placed 7th (out of 12). Judges remarks: Entry I (Peaches) over H in General Appearance a more correct angle in rear leg and in Mammary system a higher wider arch-shaped escutcheon.
Ring 2 – Placed 1st (out of 12). Judges remarks: Entry I (Peaches) over G in the area of general appearance standing on stronger pasterns. In dairy character being more angular throughout, and sharper about the withers. Also in mammary system with slightly better balance of the halves.