So much has happened! Each of our three does had a single kid. Tally had a ten pound chocolate buckling who is already in his new home where he is the Jr herdsire. Hershey gave us a beautiful, chocolate and white doeling. And Lacey, our sweet,wonderful grade LaMancha doe gave us a solid milk chocolate doeling. Lacey, unfortunately was CAE positive and became symptomatic. She was in so much pain that we had to put her down. It was one of the hardest things we have had to do. We loved her so much. But we have her daughter who was pulled the minute she born into this world since she never received so much as s drop of milk from Lacey, she will be free of the CAE virus. We had to say goodbye to our beloved Lacey, but we have her beautiful daughter to remember her by.
We also brought in a new Jr herdsire and a new doeling!
Without further ado, here is our babies!All registered names are of course pending approval by the ADGA.
This first pic is our new Jr herdsire, Crossroads End's Diamond Rio in the lead, with Crossroads End's Lady Antebellem (the black and white one) and Oat Bucket Farm Lacey's Jewel both following him.
Crossroads End's Lady Antebellem (Bella for short)
Oat Bucket Farm Almond Joy (Joy) in the forefront with Oat Bucket Farm Lacey's Jewel (Jewels) in the background.
Crossroads End's Diamond Rio (Rio)
Bella and Joy
Bella says, "I am just too cute for words!"
Joy says, "I am just as cute."
Jewels says, "I'm cute too and I have jewels (wattles) to boot!"
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