Blythmoor's Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats
| Samse | AJ|Masala |
Pattie | Bonnet |Zenyatta
| Azeri |
JellyBean | Bella Notte
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
2011: (Bazinga) 2 does, 2 bucks
2012: (Doenut) 1 doe, 2 bucks
2013: (Snap) 2 bucks, 1 doe
March 19, 2008
2012 LA: VEEE 90
Promised Land COM WarHawk *S
SS: PromisedLand CP Commanche *S VG
SD: MCH Gay-Mor's Nightowl 2*D
Blythmoor's Winning Colors *M
SS: Flat Rock's Diamond in the Rough
SD: Camanna AL Hope's Gabrielle
Spice just keeps getting better! She
has a nice escutcheon and her udder is beautiful. Decent teat placement,
good rear attachments.
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
This was such a nice kidding when Spice
was born. Sister Sugar, who has 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.
2011: 1 buck
2012: (Quantum Leap) 4 does
2013: (Palimony) 3 does; 1 buck
SGCH Blythmoor SS Samse 3*M
March 19, 2010
LA 2012: V E + V 89
20 1/4" (official)
Acres Snapdragon +B
HW Spice 2*M (LA 90)
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
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 injured
a leg in 2013 but is doing fine.
2011: 2 does - Pholia Farm Demand
2013: 2D 1B - Palimony
2014: 3 D - Blythmoor Chipotle
SGCH Blythmoor HM Almond Joy 3*M
March 25, 2008
LA: 90 2013
PromisedLand COM WarHawk
Dam: SG Blythmoor Mulberry 2*M
AJ also has a Superior
Genetics daughter (Peppermint Pattie).
2014: BIS at Benton
County Fair, Corvallis OR
Blythmoor SA Ziva 4*M
April 10, 2009
Sire: GrCH Mystic Acres Snapdragon
Dam: SGCH Blythmoor HM Almond Joy 3*M
Ziva has certainly NOT lead a charmed life.
She's had some good kiddings, and some bad. Because of this, she doesn't
have a current appraisal and her milk records are old. She's been back
here since Summer 2014. Bred to Blythmoor John Henry and due in March.
She has amazing width in her rear, nice front structure. She is a little
"cobbier" than I like and has quite the wide belly. I plan
to get her on milk test and get her appraised in 2015. Hoping for a
doe kid to keep.
Thanks to Rainey Valley Farm for breeding
Ziva when she was there (and taking good care of her through a difficult
kidding). She had a lovely daughter who now resides at
Amira Farms. Rainey Valley Princess Ella looks a lot like Ziva
with the added refinement that was needed. Look at that lovely topline!
Hope Ziva does as well bred to John Henry.
2013: 3D - Fabio
2014: 2 D - Etienne
Blythmoor BZ Masala 3*M
February 10, 2011
LA: 88 (VVEV) 2013
Pecan Hollow ZC Bazinga (LA90)
Dam: Blythmoor HW Spice 2*M (LA90)
Masala is back
on lease for the year.
Record is excellent. She's at 750 pounds milk and 50 poounds butterfat
at 283 days.
2012: 1 buck; 1 doe
2013: (Palimony) 2 does; 1 buck
2014: (Chipotle) 3 bucks
Blythmoor Peppermint Pattie 4*M
February 7, 2011
LA 2013: +VVV 86
Blythmoor Almond Joy 3*M (LA 90)
nice level doe with lots of optical illusions for picture taking.
Very nice teat size and placement even as a youngster.
Her udder is high and tight. Just love it. Overall very pleased with
Even more pleased
that Pattie earned her Superior Genetics designation late 2012.
2014: Reserve GrCh
to her dam (Almond Joy, who went on the BIS) at Benton County Fair
2013: Bonnet had one very large kid, delivered by c-section
2014: 1B 1D (Ginn Fizz)
Blythmoor DS Scotch Bonnet
March 13, 2012
Sire: GCH Pholia Farm CF Doenut
*B -- LA 88
Dam: 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 and delivered 2 nice kids without assistance. She is one of
2013: 1 buck; 1 doe (Palimony)
2014: 1 buck; 1 doe (Chipotle)
Blythmoor QS Zenyatta 4*M
April 4, 2012
Dam: GCH 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
Sire: SGCH Buttin' Heads Palimony
Dam: GCH Blythmoor Samse 4*D
Somewhat small yearling FF, this is a doe that is nicer
than her picture. She held her milk really well throughout the year
and is maturing nicely.
Blythmoor Jelly Bean
Feb. 8, 2013
Sire: SGCH Buttin' Heads Palimony
Dam: SG Blythmoor Peppermint Pattie 2*M
This lovely little doe kidded with a single, large doe kid this spring.
She has a very nicely attached udder with good medial. Producing well.
Tx TwinCreeks Bella G Notte
August 23, 2011
Sire: Piddlin Acres BD Ginseng
Dam: TX TwinCreeks E Oasis
I am extremely pleased to have added this
young doe, and her son (sired by Buttin' Heads Containerised) to my
herd. Her son (Notte Boy) is at Elfin Acres. Despite having raised kids
and not being milked for 90+ days post kidding, she kept producing and
has a nicely placed udder.
Looking forward to a 2015 freshening on
American Dairy Goat Association
NW Oregon Dairy Goat Association
American Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Association
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