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Hank's pedigree features some incredible herds, loads of milk stars, and amazing linear appraisal scores. He is out of SG Left Foot Farm BH Sandstorm by Castle Rock Ice Man *B. Sandstorm has a 2016 LA score of VVEE90 with milk stars earned in both butter fat and protein and in her 1 Day Milk Test. Hank's Sire's Dam is GCH-ARMCH Castle Rock Black Ice 2*M 4*D (LA score EEEE92).
Hank has provided us with a beautiful foundation for our herd, and throws at least one doe, if not two in every bunch. (Our first year with him, he threw three sets of doe twins and one set of doe/buck twins!) He has added length, width, dairy quality and general correctness, as well as udder improvement. To see an example of his daughters, check out our doe page!
Note: Hank has an old injury to his front knee. It does not inhibit his ability to move, breed or live out a full life, but ideally, he should not be housed with a much stronger, more dominant buck, and should most likely not be shown.
Dancing Lavender Earl Grey
Earl's pedigree is loaded with flash, including Old Mountain Farm, Proctor Hill, Castle Rock and Promisedland. He is swiss marked (carrying black) with roaning, and passes all three along to his kids in equal measure. He has a nice, long body, beautiful legs, a lovely top line with tight shoulders, and BEAUTIFUL dairy quality. He throws lovely, correct kids every time.
He also has the most ridiculous, bucky personality, and makes sure you know he thinks you're hot stuff! While not mean AT ALL, Earl is very amorous and forward around the does or when in rut, and I would say he probably isn't suitable to be handled by small children.
Bashan Farm Micah
Micah has been such a fun addition to our program, and not just for his gorgeous silver coat and polled (naturally hornless) vgene! He's brought some really fantastic characteristics that shine through in his breedings, including excellent structure, solid bone, levelness, and a nice, square frame. His kids also possess plenty of sass and a love of attention, and we have retained two daughters, as well as a polled, silver son.
Pastures and Pine Ghost Pepper
This little stunner is sure to please (and not just with his beautiful silver coat, marbled blue eyes and polled gene!) Ghost still has plenty of time to grow, but I very much like what I see. Nice width, beautiful legs, elegant neck, lovely brisket... the list goes on! We really love the udder on his mama, Baby Ruth- with her excellent medial, very nice rear udder height, perfect teat placement, and buttery soft composition. Both sire and dam have really given the best to this kiddo. We're expecting his first crop of kids this spring, up at Cow Creek Farm, and can't WAIT to see what he has in store for us.