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Emerald C Ranch

Breeding Quality Nigerian Dwarf Goats for Show and Milk.

Summer & Brian Cataldo
1282 County Road 263Gainesville, TX 76240
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Goshenite

Goshenite

Goshenite Goshenite Goshenite Dam: Trinket 1F Dam: Trinket 1F Sire: Heliodor

"Goshi" SALE PENDING

EMERALD C RANCH HE GOSHENITE

Goat, Nigerian Dwarf, Jr. Doe (female) | Black with White Markings; Br Eyes

ADGA# 2106028 | DOB: 4/24/2020 (Under 1 yr)

Sire:
EMERALD C RANCH HELIODOR

Full brother to Violet EEEE91 "Helo"

EMERALD C RANCH HELIODOR

Nigerian DwarfBuck (male)Black and White; Brown Eyes
ADGA# D1731706DOB: 4/18/20155 yrs
Long, level, smoothly blended. Litter-mate sibling of GCH Emerald C Ranch Aqua Violet 1*M, EEEE 91
 ADGA# D1731706 Black and White; Brown Eyes
Dam:
EMERALD C RANCH IR TRINKET

EMERALD C RANCH IR TRINKET

Nigerian DwarfSr. Doe (female)Black/Tan Buckskin with Roaning
ADGA# D1949163DOB: 5/7/20182 yrs
Freshenings: 1, Spring 2020, 2 does Dam: TX Twincreeks EN Molly 3*M Sire: CH Emerald C Ranch IR Hematite (EEV 90)
 ADGA# D1949163 Black/Tan Buckskin with Roaning

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Price:

$500

SALE PENDING

Other: She comes with ADGA transfer papers and proof of negative CAE via her parents.

Details

Goshi's sire is littermate brother to my best doe, Violet, who was a 2019 ANDDA Total Performer, meaning she earned her permanent Grand Champion status, scored 90 or better in Linear Appraisal (she scored EEEE 91) and milked at least 750 lbs with 40 lbs or more butterfat!

Goshi's dam, Trinket, is a small doe, but I'm really enjoying the texture and milk-ability of her udder. I do think she'll be able to earn her milk star as a first freshener, which would make her a 4*M (4th generation to earn a milk star), which isn't always easy!

Goshi herself is a long and level doeling, very dairy and elegant. She levels out when she walks and has decent body capacity for an all black doe, which tend to be on the smaller side. I do think she's got good show potential as well as udder potential from her dam and sire!

I've finally decided to retain her sister, although I've been flip-flopping between these two for weeks! They both have their own positive traits and trade-offs, which made it very difficult to choose.

If you are new to owning goats, please read through our care guide at www.emerald-c-ranch.com/care. We will no longer sell individual goats to homes that do not already have goats - goats are herd animals and need to be with other goats. Please either purchase a wether or another goat from us or locate a companion goat prior to pickup.

Updated 7/26/2020