Nigerian Dwarf Goats 

CornerStone Farm Lasea
D-1751366
Born 3/26/07
Black with White Spots


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CornerStone Farm STS
Mark *S


milking goat

CornerStone Farm Jezebel


ADGA Linear Appaisal
2015 Score
: VG
General Appearance: V
Dairy Strength:
E
Body Capacity:
E

Mammary:
V

VEEV90

Height:
Unofficial 4/2/09
20. 25"

Lass - is a very small doeling with well placed legs and great angulation. She exhibits fine pliable skin and lots of dairy character in ribbing. Teats are placed well and of good length.

She comes from excellent milking lines on both sides. her udder is well attached and the milk flows as soon as you start milking. Excellent spring of ribs, supporting open, flat, ribbing.

2009 Second Freshening Udder
19 days fresh, 12 hours bagged

Breeding Program

Lasea will be bred to:
Skunk

Due: Possibly May 8, or Did not settle
Does: $500.00 ( )
Bucks:
$400.00 ( )
Wether: $100 ( )


Skunk
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We have chosen Skunk for this breeding because of the lineage and dairy character from both of these lines. Skunk is a strong buck, adding length and levelness.

   
Proverbs 27:27
You will have plenty of goat's milk to feed you and your family
and to nourish your servant girls.
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