ADGA Purebred and American saanens and BGS Guernseys
I am looking forward to building my Guernsey herd and to helping to grow the breed in the United States. The Guernsey's have been accepted as a breed by the American Dairy Goat Association but it will likely be another year or so before ADGA starts registering them. In the meantime the goats will be registered with the British Goat Society.
SonGlo Tumnus 2019 BG Buck *Polled*
Tumnus is the newest addition to the Guernsey herd. He is from the SonGlo herd ins Georgia and is a very well put together buck. He has excellent feet and legs good body and a great temperament. His dam had a well attached udder and was a very good milker. Tumnus is also polled, I am looking forward to having some polled kids in 2019.
Walela Annabelle 2016 HB2 Doe
Annabelle is one of the first Guernsey does added to the herd. She is a well built doe with good feet and legs and a well attached udder. She milked just over 6 lbs per day as a first freshener. She dam raised her 2nd freshening kids and was not milked. Annabelle has been bred to Tumnus for 2019 kids.
Zehavi Jazira 2017 FB Doe
Jazira is a 50% Guernsey doe out of SG Windwood-Farm Little Sister and sired by Walela Hawk. Jazira is a light gold color with a good body and good feet and legs. Her udder is lopsided due to nursing a single as a first freshener. Jazira has some excellent milk and show genetics on her dams side and I am hopeful that she will be a good foundation doe for my Guernsey herd. Jazira has been bred to Tumnus for 2019 kids.
Zehavi Sparrow 2018 BG Doe
Sparrow is out of Annabelle and sired by Walela Hawk. Sparrow is a lot like her dam, nice body good feet and legs and a well attached udder. Sparrow has been bred to Tumnus for 2019 kids.