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Hefty Goat Holler Farm Noel

D.O.B December 18, 2018
Generation - 3rd

Height - 25.5"
Weight - 89lb

(Height and weight at 2 years old)

Noel has been one of my favorite Kinder doelings - big (for my herd) quiet girl. I really like her bone, body length, and pelvis already and can't wait to see her fully matured. 
Noel kidded with buck/doe twins February 2021. She's been an excellent dam! Her udder structure and teat size and placement is promising. Her teats are nice length - could use some diameter but I think that will come with subsequent freshenings.
I found out my big quiet girl bellows when at the feed trough - it is hilarious and so odd-sounding!

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Hefty Goat Holler Farm Tulsi

D.O.B May 06, 2019
Generation - 3rd
Height - 25.5"
Weight - 77lb
(Height and weight at 18 months old)

Tulsi is the youngest 2019 Kinder doeling, but one of the largest. I think this was a good cross - Rio added some body length and pelvis length.
Tulsi has nice tight shoulders and nice brisket extension, as well. I am curious to see if she grows into her legs and gets as stocky as her dam. Topaz is not an overly-friendly goat, so I messed with her twins a lot - it paid off and Tulsi is friendly and generally pretty easy to mess with, though she inherited her sire's chattiness.
Tulsi kidded with a big single doeling February 2021. Tulsi has been an excellent dam, though a bit loud about the whole ordeal. Her udder is snug and teats a nice size but they do point out. Despite that, she milked out easily and milked down better than her dam, already.


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Hefty Goat Holler Farm Vixen

D.O.B December 24, 2018
Generation - 4th
Height - 24"
Weight - 67lb

Vixen is the last doeling out of my first Kinder doe, Rusty Lane Farm Aubrey. 
Vixen is a quiet, good-natured girl like her dam. A friend purchased Vixen's littermate brother as a herdsire for her mixed herd, and I am really pleased with how long, level, and thick he is as a 18 month old. Vixen was orphaned at 6 weeks old - she nor her brother ever took a bottle...I tried to make sure she was getting extra groceries otherwise, but I think the too-early weaning stunted her. She likely would have been more dairy, regardless - but I can work with that!
Vixen has seriously impressed me as a first freshener. She is raising a massive single buckling that is wonderfully meaty despite her own dairy character - he weighed over 40lb at 80 days old, with an average daily gain of .44lb! Her udder is so promising - snug with nice-sized teats and probably the best lateral attachments of the first fresheners this year. Smooth fore too! Her udder and production honestly shocked me - in a good way!