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Pastures and Pine Myrcella
chocolate bezoar with frosting (horned)
DOB: 5/29/2019     REG: D2064012

 

Myrcella is the only 2019 doe I retained, and I don't regret it for a minute, even though she was an oops baby, and the result of a brother to sister pairing. In addition to her "love absolutely everybody" personality, she has matured into an absolutely lovely yearling, with length, width, strong bone, clean legs, and a lot of potential in her conformation. I'm enjoying watching her mature, and can't wait to see her first freshening.

 

Myrcella's dam, Veda's, second freshening udder was very nice and supple, with excellent proportions, a nice medial, and good height. Her teats were on the smaller side, but well placed, with nice, open orifices, which made up for the size of her teats, and I have high hopes for a double helping of udder from her great granddam on both sides, SG Left Foot Farm Sandstorm. 

Pastures and Pine Myrcella

Kidding History:

2021: buck / doe twins (sired by Bashan Farm Micah)

2022: open

Coyote Kidz Teto

Buckskin with White (Disbudded)

DOB: 04/23/2020     REG: D2091924

What's not to love about Teto? Aside from her "Give me ALL the people!" attitude, she is an absolutely lovely little doeling, showing all the promise in the world. Her sire is *B, her grandsires are *B and +B, her granddams are 6*M and a Superior Genetics 3*M, and her pedigree is chock full of the beautiful herds we love, like Old Mountain Farm, Camanna, Oak Apple and Onaqui. Teto is nice and level, especially for a kid in the awkward stages, long, straight legs, long neck, good brisket and roomy escutcheon. I love what I'm seeing so far, and can't wait to breed her in 2022.

We just adore Teto and are so happy to have brought her into our herd!

Coyote Kidz Teto

Kidding History:

2022: buck twins to Cow Creek Farms Matchao Man

Pastures and Pine Leucothea

Chocolate Buckskin with White

DOB: 6/2/2018     REG: D1990186P

Coco is so very gentle, and one of the sillier girls in my herd. She is feminine and very dairy in structure, with a very nice pedigree backing her up.

A surprise freshening as an 11 month old in 2019 gave us a single buckling, sadly stillborn due to birthing complications. I milked her very minimally to relieve the pressure of her udder and allow her to dry up, but loved what I so briefly saw of her udder. I was on pins and needles waiting for her 2020 kidding, and man, her udder did NOT disappoint. She came in with a ton of milk, a soft udder, large teats that were a breeze to hand milk, and lots of depth, capacity, and a very nice medial. I would love a just a bit more height in the rear, and smoother foreudder attachments, and have bred her for 2021 accordingly. If she is so kind as to give me does, I will definitely be retaining one. 

Pastures and Pine Leucothea

Kidding History:

2019: single polled buck (Pastures and Pine All Father)

2020: twin bucks (Dancing Lavender Earl Grey)

2021: doe / buck twins (sired by MT Rivendells SSR FergusFraser)

2022: open