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Some great things about Nigerian milkers ...
1) Their size makes them economical and easy to keep -- probably cheaper per pound of milk than a very large standard doe
2) Their high butterfat production gives a much higher cheese yield per pound of milk than the average butterfat of a standard doe
3) They're just so darn cute!


2009:(Snap) 1 doe kid
2010: (Snap)1 doe, 1 buck (GCH Blythmoor Samse 3*M LA 88)
2011: (Bazinga) 2 does, 2 bucks (Blythmoor Masala 3*M LA 86)
2012: (Doenut) 1 doe, 2 bucks (Blythmoor Scotch Bonnet 3*M LA 82)
2013: (Snap) 2 bucks, 1 doe (Blythmoor Allspice)

2015: (Dandy) 2B; 1 doe
2016: (Notte Boy) 3B (Blythmoor Hanky Panky)

SGCH Blythmoor's Spice 2*M
March 19, 2008
2015 LA: VEEV 90


Sire: Promised Land COM WarHawk *S

Dam: Blythmoor's Winning Colors *M

Extended Pedigree

You will see Spice in nearly all my pedigrees. She produces what I like, consistenly, regardless of the sire used.

This is a doe that exemplifies persistence. She does not have the highest production numbers, but she will milk come hell or high water. While she nearly always won whatever class she was in, it was as a 7 year old that she won two GrCH legs and two reserves in BIG northwest competition. She is standing up to the test of time -- sound, moves very level, nice wide rump, well attached udder and good teat placement. I wish she had bigger orifices, but she's still easy to milk.

2010 Linn County Fair BEST UDDER IN BREED!
2011 Benton County Fair - Reserve GRCH
2012 - Best Dam/Daughter and Dam of Best Produce of Dam entry
2013 - Best Dam/Daughter and Dam of Best Produce of Dam at Linn and Benton Fairs

2015: 2 x GrCH and 1 BOB at NWODGA, June, 2015
6th Place in her class at ADGA National Show
Reserve Grand at Clackamas County Fair with a large entry
First in her class at Oregon State Fair and Reserve Grand!

2016: GrCH to finish her title at the ISDGA Show in Boise Idaho. 40 plus milking does entered!!!!

This was such a nice kidding when Spice was born. Sister Sugar, who had only dam raised kids and not been bred consistently, LA'd 88. Sister Tory, also dam raising kids and missing some breedings, LA'd 87. Sugar earned her milk star in 2012 and Tory earned her milk star in 2013. Both only on test the one year. Thanks to their owners for letting me have them back for a lactation.




I love her daughter, SG Shenanigans LA90, who is at Gladdie Acres. Shenanigan's duaghter, Ainsley, recently joined the Blythmoor herd.


2011: 1 buck
2012: (Quantum Leap) 4 does
2013: (Palimony) 3 does; 1 buck
2014: (Fizz) 2 Does, 1 buck
2015: (Hawthorne) quad bucks
2016: (Bazinga) 2 D; 1B


SGCH Blythmoor SS Samse 3*M
March 19, 2010
LA 2012: V E + V 89
20 1/4" (official)

Sire: GrCH Mystic Acres Snapdragon +B (LA88) (2015 Elite Sire)

Dam: SGCH Blythmoor HW Spice 2*M (LA 90)

Extended Pedigree

2 x GrCH and BOB (over a permanent CH) at NWODGA shows 6/2/12
1 x Reserve GrCH at Linn County Fair, July,2012
1 x Reserve GrCh at SWWDGA show, May, 2013
2 x GrCH, BOB and Best Udder (over 5 Champions) at ISDGA, 5/2013
BOB and Best Udder of Breed - NWODGA, 6/2013

BOB x 2 at NWODGA, 6/2015
Best in Show - Benton County Fair, 7/2015

Samse has developed into a beautiful doe. Would like better teat placement, but udder is lovely. Good width to the rear udder, good medial and attachments. She has better orifices than her dam. Again, that wide, level rump. She is producing lovely daughters.





Kidding History:
2011: 2 does - Pholia Farm Demand
2013: 2D 1B - Palimony
2014: 3 D - Blythmoor Chipotle
2015: 2B 1D - Diji Farm Gunslinger
2016: 1 D survived - Capaldi

SGCH Blythmoor HM Almond Joy 3*M
March 25, 2008 - Feb. 15, 2016
LA: 90 2013

Dec'd - AJ had a uterine tear during kidding in 2016 and did not survive.
Her doe kid, Jammy, was fostered by Allspice.

Sire: PromisedLand COM WarHawk
: SG Blythmoor Mulberry 2*M

Extended Pedigree

AJ also has a Superior Genetics daughter (Peppermint Pattie).

2014: BIS at Benton County Fair, Corvallis OR

2015 - AJ took the year off. Milked well and just relaxed. I did take her out for Oregon State Fair and she was second in a large CC class.

AJ had a nice, well attached udder. I would like to have seen a bit higher rear udder. But she was a gorgeous, strong dairy doe, level from front to rear. Excellent width over rear.






Kidding History:

2015: 2D 1B - Dandy

2016: 3D 1B - Capaldi

Blythmoor Masala 3*M
March 25, 2008
2015 LA VEV+ 86

Sire: GrCH Pecan Hollow ZC Bazinga (VEE 90)
Dam:SGCH Blythmoor HW Spice 2*M(VEEV90)


Extended Pedigree

Masala is back to stay. She kidded easily this spring with quads. She was a bit off her game in 2015, but is ready to go this year. .

2014 Milk Record is excellent. She milked 326 days. 305 day lactation was 766# milk with 51# butterfat. In 2014 she had appraised VVEV 88 and I expect she will come back up to that.







2013: Bonnet had one very large kid, delivered by c-section
2014: 1B 1D (Ginn Fizz)
2015: 2B (Dandy)
2016: 2D (Bazinga)



Blythmoor DS Scotch Bonnet 3*M
March 13, 2012
2015 - LA ++VV 82


Sire: GCH Pholia Farm CF Doenut *B -- LA 88
Dam: SGCH Blythmoor HW Spice 2*M -- LA 90


This is a very correct little doe. You don't have to touch her to get her to stand correctly. She's quite small and I am sure when she matures, she'll be even more stunning. She needs some depth to her body, and that will come. After a disastrous kidding in 2013, she had no problems in 2014 or 2015. Finally got a couple of doe kids out of her 2016 kidding and will gladly retain one.She is one of my favorites.






2013: 1 buck; 1 doe (Palimony)
2014: 1 buck; 1 doe (Chipotle)
2015: 1 buck (Dandy)
2016: 1 buck (Notte Boy)



Blythmoor QS Zenyatta 4*M

April 4, 2012
2015 +VEE LA 88

Sire: Blythmoor Quantum Leap
Dam: SGCH Blythmoor SS Samse 3*M -- LA 89


Very refined young doe. Long, level, with a nice udder. Reminds me a lot of her dam, Samse. Appraised 88 even though she had a slight case of mastitis that reduced her milk production.



2014: 1 buck; 1 doe (Containterized)
2015: 1 buck; 1 doe (John Henry)
2016: 1 buck; 2 does (Capaldi)

Tx TwinCreeks G Bella Notte *M

August 23, 2011

2015 LA: VEEV 90

Sire: Piddlin Acres BD Ginseng
Dam: TX TwinCreeks E Oasis


I am extremely pleased to have added this young doe to my herd in 2014.. Her son (Notte Boy, sired by Buttin Heads Containerized) went to Elfin Acres.

When I first got her, in 2014, despite having raised kids and not being milked for 90+ days post kidding, she kept producing. 2015 she easily earned her milk star despite an erratic milking year at Blythmoor.

Bella freshened beautifully in 2015 with a buck and a doe kid. She made the cut in a very large class at the 2015 National show, and got great comments at 2015 Oregon State Fair, where she was in the top half of a very large class..

Her son by Buttin Heads Containerized, TNR Notte Boy, bred does for 2016 kids both at Blythmoor and at Elfin Acres. Unfortunately he died in Fall 2015 (unknown causes). I'm very pleased that my Spice produced a couple of lovely buck kids by Notte Boy, and one will be retained.

Her udder is well attached, capacious and easy to milk. She has an excellent medial. Nice teat placement and size. Could use slightly more foreudder.





2015: 1 doe; 1 buck


Blythmoor TG Anne Bonny 5*M

May 5, 2012
LA 2014: VVE+ 87

Sire: Blythmoor SD Tanqueray
Dam: Blythmoor ST Grace O'Malley (polled)

I am extremely pleased to have this doe back. She was sold last year as a first freshener to a non-DHI herd so didn't get her milk star. This year, she kidded late June, so missed appraisal.

in 2015,. despite an erratic milking schedule and drying most of my herd off early due to travel plans. I was able to keep AB in milk until she earned her star at 161 days. . She produced extremely well. This picture is after milking. She has a lovely udder, great rear udder, nice teat placement. Milked about 4# on her first test and was still holding back some milk from nursing kids.

2016, milking very nicely again. Would wish for slightly more foreudder. She is extremely easy to milk.








3/13/2015: 1D; 1B - Dandy
2016: 1D - 2 B Bazinga


Blythmoor Stella 4*M

Feb. 11, 2014

Sire: Blythmoor Gin Fizz
Dam: SGCH Blythmoor SS Samse 3*M

One of my favorite does . She's linebred on Spice.

Kidded easily with twins for her first kidding. Milked very nicely. Kidded easily in 2016. Shared a spot with Ann Bonney so I had to DNA to figure out which kids were which. Her doe kid is looking good.

Stella has a nice udder. Good long teats with excellent orifices. Nice fore and rear udder. Well attached. Like her mother, she'll just keep getting better.

LA81 in 2015. Most of my yearlings don't demonstrate Dairy Strength until they are a little older, so will expect that score to keep climbing. Stella is already filling out nicely. I kept a buck kid out of her last year, just to see, as I usually don't keep bucks out of FF's. He did not get used last year, but is looking really nice. I'll have him appraised this year also.








2015: 3 does; 1 buck - Dandy
2016: 3 kids DOA (Gold Rush)



Blythmoor Allspice
February 9, 2013
LA ++VV 86

Dec'd Feb. 2016

Sire: GCH Mystic Acres Snapdragon +B (Elite Sire 2015)
Dam: SGCH Blythmoor HW Spice 2*M

This is Snap's last doe kid. She is one of my favorites. She is a full sister to SGCH Blythmoor Samse 3*M.

She had crazy ears. It ws her trademark. After losing her kids in early 2016, I decided not to milk her. She seemed just not right. I lost AJ 12 days after Allspice kidded -- and now I had a doe kid with no one in milk. I put her on Allspice, who had not been touched for 12 days. Allspice nursed her (despite being not well herself). She nursed her for 8 weeks. I brought her to OSU for a complete check because she was not eating or drinking well. Nothing wrong that we could find. She seemed better, then worse, then better....but she kept nursing that kid and was hysterical if I tried to wean her away. In the end, Allspice died when Jammy was about 9 weeks old. This was a very, very hard one for me.


Taking her place in the herd and in my heart is her 2015 daughter, Jazz, who is as pretty as her mother.

2014: Best Junior Doe in Show at Linn County Fair








Picture soon. Black doe with minimal white including her namesake white sock on one back leg.


2015: 1 doe; 1 buck - Hawthorne
2016: 2 bucks (Bazinga)



Blythmoor Sock It To Me
February 12, 2014

FOR SALE - $350

Sire: Blythmoor BX Chipotle
Dam: SGCH Blythmoor HM Almond Joy 3*M

ToMe had a hard kidding in 2015 so I didn't milk her very long. She kidded well in 2016 and is milking well. She has really large teats, easy to milk.




2015: twin bucks - Hawthorne
2016: 2D;1 buck (Bazinga)



Blythmoor Poppy
Feb. 12, 2014


Sire: Blythmoor Gin Fizz
Dam: Blythmoor Thyme Keeper 3*M


Poppy was bred to her grandfather (Pecan Hollow Bazinga) for 2016 kids. She freshened again with a very nice udder, nice attachments, good teat size, good medial, easy to milk. This is a yearling picture. She has awesome teats and is milking well this year. Easily one of my favorites. She's so long and level.

She was such a little doe. But I decided to take her out to Oregon State Fair (2015). She walked right to the top of a very large yearling milker class! Love this doe!











Gladdie Acres Ain't Misbehavin

April 6, 2015

Extended Pedigree

Sire: Gladdie Acres Smooth Criminal
Dam: SG Blythmoor Shenanigans 4*M (LA90)

Shenanigans (Nanners) is at Gladdie Acres. She is a stunning doe and is just a 3 year old. As a two year old she had an LA 90 (EEEV). So how could I pass up her doe kid sired by Smooth Criminal. Her sire is a grandson of Snapdragon, and... well, you just have to see that pedigree. NICE.

Ainsley is a brown ticked doe, and she's naughty. She freshened this year (2016) with a nice udder -- well attached, good medial. Like her dam, she'll wait until next year for more production.










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American Dairy Goat Association
NW Oregon Dairy Goat Association
American Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Association (Western Director)

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