Zachary's Champion Goats Blue Velvet

D.O.B January 1, 2020
Generation - 1st

Velvet was an oops baby - her dam was a Pygmy doe and her sire a Nubian buck - NOT the way you want to make Kinders, but a Kinder nonetheless. I got Velvet at just a few days old, as a tiny bottle baby. She was a bit premature, but she got the hang of nursing quickly! 
The genetics behind this first gen girl are top-notch, and I think she will be an excellent example of a Kinder. Sire - Six-Point Sir Ralph 
https://www.adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=N001970091
If there was an IQ test for goats, Velvet would probably be a genius. She's so stinkin' smart and full of personality. Recently, she's gotten very loving again, but there for a bit she was in a rotten toddler stage where her favorite thing to do bite! I wouldn't trade this sassy, intelligent girl for anything.


 

Hefty Goat Holler Farm Sweet Caroline

D.O.B March 4, 2020
Generation - 3rd
Caroline was a triplet and pulled to be a bottle baby. If Velvet is a genius, Caroline is the class dunce, bless her heart. But she is a good-natured dingdong, even if she has the gross habit of trying to chew my hair while she has a mouthful of cud. She's just ridiculously likable.
I like how long  she is and how much rear width she has - teats look long and plumb so far, too! She's grown well and is the second Priscilla X Tigger doeling I have retained.


 

Fork-ked Hooves Jillian

D.O.B January  17, 2020
Generation - 

While I hadn't planned on getting another doeling this year, I couldn't pass up Jillian, especially since 2020 was a buckling year! 
This girl is long and solid and is that shape I'm looking for. Heavily linebred, I like the breed the character behind her, as well as the udders. Very exciting to get a Kinder from another Arkansas breeder!
Jillian is a friendly, relaxed girl who is fitting in nicely.


 

Hefty Goat Holler Farm Cheyenne

D.O.B April 7, 2020
Generation - 3rd
Twice now, Bindi has given birth to two sets of triplets sired by ZCG Tigger and twice now the one doeling of the set has been a small, dainty thing! I will give her time to grow before deciding if she stays in my breeding program. I do think I could improve upon her growth rates with Shiner.
I do like her tight shoulders, which are an improvement over her dam's, and her rear width and pelvis width. 
Cheyenne wasn't friendly at all as a youngster but one day decided people were okay. She likes being petted and scratched now. She's turning into a calm girl who likes to visit.


 

Hefty Goat Holler Farm Liza Jane

D.O.B March 25, 2020
Generation - 4th
Liza Jane is another small girl - she weighed only 3lb at birth! I am hopeful she will be larger than her dam, but we will see. 
I like her tight shoulders, rear width, and (so far) her teat placement. She looks like she will be stockier than her dam, which is a plus. 
Liza is a very sweet, friendly girl that likes to crawl onto any available lap.


 

The Lord will make you overflow in prosperity, in the offspring of your body, in the offspring of your livestock, and in the produce of your ground in the land which the Lord swore to your fathers to give you. Deuteronomy 28:11

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