Blythmoor's Nigerian Dwarf Goats


These are does that either figure in our pedigrees or have gone to another farm.





Kidding History:

2015: 2D 1B - Dandy

2016: 3D 1B - Capaldi

Blythmoor Masala 3*M
March 25, 2008
2016 LA 90 EVEE


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


Extended Pedigree

She always kids easily. She was a bit off her game in 2015, but came back with an LA 90 in 2016. .

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.




2015: 1 doe; 1 buck - Hawthorne
2016: 2 bucks (Bazinga)
2017: 2 bucks; 1 doe (Moon Pie)



Blythmoor Sock It To Me 4*M
February 12, 2014


Sire: Blythmoor BZ Chipotle
Dam: SGCH Blythmoor HM Almond Joy 3*M LA 90

ToMe had a hard kidding in 2015 so I didn't milk her very long. She kidded well in 2016 and again in 2017. She has really large teats, easy to milk.

She has completed requirements for her star this year, and met Advanced Registry requirements. When confirmed, she'll be a 4*M







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
2016 - LA VVEV 87

SOLD 2016 -- daughter Cayenne is retained

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. 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 (Blythmoor Cayenne). She is one of my favorites.









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.



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




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.







Blythmoor Azeri 5*M

Feb. 7, 2013


Sire: SGCH Buttin' Heads Palimony ++B
Dam: SGCH Blythmoor Samse 4*M

Extended Pedigree

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 Tandoori


Extended Pedigree


Sire: Camanna LI Midnight Dandy

Dam: Blythmoor Masala 3*M LA90








2014: 1 doe kid
2015: 2 doe kids (Gunslinger)



Blythmoor Jelly Bean

Feb. 8, 2013

Sire: SGCH Buttin' Heads Palimony
Dam: SG Blythmoor Peppermint Pattie 2*M


Jelly has been a bit of a slow started. But she kidded this year with two lovely, nice sized doe kids. Very easy kidding.







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 has amazing width in her rear, nice front structure. She is a little "cobbier" than I like and has quite the wide belly.

Bred to Blythmoor John Henry and had two doe kids March. While it was not a hard kidding, it was not quite textbook either and it's just not worth the risk to Ziva to keep breeding her. I've decide to sell Ziva. She needs a retirement home where she will not be bred. She's very friendly.

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! Ziva came back here last summer, and I had hoped for a better kidding. .Ziva is retired but will have some lovely daughters to carry on.







2012: 1 buck; 1 doe
2013: (Palimony) 2 does; 1 buck
2014: (Chipotle) 3 bucks


SG Blythmoor Peppermint Pattie 4*M

February 7, 2011
LA 2013: +VVV 86


Sire: Pholia Farm DeMand
SGCH Blythmoor Almond Joy 3*M (LA 90)

Another 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 this doe.

Even more pleased that Pattie earned her Superior Genetics designation late 2012 making her the third generation of does with SG.

2014: Reserve GrCh to her dam (Almond Joy, who went on the BIS) at Benton County Fair



2012: (Mr. Incredible) 4 bucks
2013: (Palimony) 1 doe; 1 buck
2014: (Candy Man) 2 does




SG Pholia Farm KM Frolic 3*M
March 16, 2006
21 1/2"

LA 2012: EEEV 91



Sire: Kaapio AcresRB Moonstruck ++B
Dam: QSF Here's A Riddle 2*D AR 2*M


I am pleased to have Frolic in my herd. In 2008, as a 2 year old, Frolic was milked through for 678 days! She is a lovely doe who excells both in appearance and in the milk barn.

Frolic has one of the nicest heads in my herd and this shot doesn't show it.

She aborted in November, 2013, and kidded with twin does in June, 2014. Both does retained.

2013: Reserve Grand CH at both Benton and Linn County Fairs
2014: Grand CH and Best Senior Doe in Show, Linn County Fair


Kidding: 2011 - 1 buck kid
2012: 1 doe; 1 buck

2013: (Palimony) 1 buck; 3 does

Blythmoor Grace O'Malley 4*M


2012 LA: VVV+ 86

19 3/4" (official)

SOLD -- Gracie now resides at Gladdie Acres with my friend Miranda Mathae

Sire: GrCH Mystic Acres Snapdragon +B (LA 88)
Dam: Tx Twincreeks PKM Tiramisu (LA 89)

Grace freshened very nicely in 2012 with quads. She looks better every year. .




Tiramisu is maturing nicely.


2010 (Snap): 2 does
2011(Bazinga): 1 buck
2012 (Quantum Leap): 2 bucks

In 2009, Misu's dam, Sarafina, finished her CH in both AGS and ADGA with an ADGA BIS. She got her one day star in both AGS and ADGA by milking over 5#.


TX TwinCreeks PKM Tiramisu 3*M
August 29, 2008
Polled - 21"
2012 LA: VEEV 89


Sire: Piddlin Acres PV Pokeman *S

Dam: GrCH TX Twin Creeks Sarafina 5*D 2*M (polled) LA 92

Tiramisu's udder is lovely. It's buttery soft and the teats are large and milkable. She easily qualified for her milk star on her first freshening and has no trouble milking a full lactation.

While Tiramisu is gone to another farm, her daughter Grace O'Malley carries on here at Blythmoor.

RCH at Linn County Fair, Albany, Oregon 2010
GrCH at Linn County Fair, 2011


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Mulberry is a bit wild and would not stand for udder pictures.

Kidding History:
2008 (Hawk): 2 does
2009 (Snap): 2 bucks, 1 doe (dec'd)

2010: 2 does, 2 bucks

Blythmoor CW Mulberry 2*M

December 1, 2006
LA 2009: V V V + 85
2010 ANDDA Bronze JUJU Award Winner

Sire: Camanna ZH PT Cruiser
Dam: Blythmoor Winning Colors

I'd like a stronger topline on this doe, but she is very sound on feet and legs. She has good body capacity and is a refined doe. I would like better rear udder attachment, but her udder milks down easily. Mulberry is milking above average for her size and age and she does maintain a lactation. She has truly blossomed on this third freshening.

I am particularly pleased with her 2008 daughter, Almond Joy. AJ's daughter, Ziva continues a line of very good does.


Official Milk Test


Days in milk

total #  Milk total # of Butterfat average % Butterfat total # of Protein  average % Protein average daily milk


430 27 6.3% 19 4.4% 1.83
2-04 304 570 39 6.9 24 4.25 1.88
3-03 101 320 24 7.55 13 4.1 3.2

Kidding History:

2006: 1 buck
2007: 3 does; 1 buck
2008: 3 does


Blythmoor's Winning Colors *M
June 7, 2005


dec'd March 2008

Because three of Winnie's 5 living daughters have earned their milk stars: Sugar, Spice, and Mulberry -- Now Winnie also has a star and the count bumps up for her daughters and granddaughters. . Holly and Tory are back at Blythmoor and we hope to get their stars next year (2013)

Sire: Flat Rocks Diamond in the Rough
SS:Flat Rocks Gem
SD: Flat Rocks Fortunes Favorite

Dam:Camanna AL Hope's Gabrielle
DS: Twin Creek's BT As You Like It
DD:Wildwood TR Faith's Hope


Winnie kidded early 2006, and even earlier the next year (Dec. 1, 2007). She was a beautiful young doe that was a master at weasling in with a buck.

She was an easy milker and had teats that you can get a hand on. She had a nice medial and a nicely textured udder that milked down well. At State Fair, 270+ days in milk, she was still milking and managed to place 5th in a class of 12 two year olds and second in Produce of Dam (8 entries).

Winnie was bred to PromisedLand COM WarHawk *S . and kidded with triplet does on March 19, 2008. Unfortunately, she died the following day due to complications. She will be missed.