Our herd is disease-tested annually and G6S normal
Gloria’s first-freshening udder
Gloria’s second-freshening udder
SonFlower Ranch’s Gloria (F7, 52.29%, 47.71%)
Sire: SonFlower Ranch’s Frank (SS: Echo Hill’s Eric, SD: SonFlower Ranch’s Elsie)
Dam: SonFlower Ranch’s Frenzy (DS: Soaring Heart’s Gilles, DD: SonFlower Ranch’s Faith)
Born 04/11/16, Size Medium, wide; 26.5″*. Gloria is long, dairy and deep. Everything about her screams “DAIRY”. She has nice loose skin, flat bones, lovely angularity and the classic dairy “wedge” when viewed from the side and the top. She has a well-attached udder with smaller-sized teats. She has excellent breed character with long pendulous ears and a strong roman nose. Her milk supply was mediocre last year, but she is now producing about a half gallon/day. Her dam is now a gallon/day milker, so Gloria should improve considerably with her next freshening. She is friendly, but her poor goat social skills put her at the bottom of the pecking order. Her antics have earned her a small but loyal following on Facebook. Since we have retained her daughter, Pandora, Gloria is For Sale.
Kidding History: 2017, Singleton; 2018, twin doelings
Gloria’s 2018 twin doelings
* This height is unofficial. All heights are taken with a miniature horse measuring stick as recommended by MDGA. All heights are my best effort as my goats seem to think the aforementioned measuring stick is a tool of the devil.