I fell in love with Grace's dam when I saw her the
first time at the 2012 ADGA National show in Loveland, CO. She was a
flashy, milking yearling with a stunning mammary. We were lucky enough
to purchase Grey's son, Win, in 2014 and add Grey herself to our herd in
2015. When Heather Hall contacted me and asked me if I might be
interested in adding Grace to our herd I headed on the long trip to PA.
We can't think Heather enough for allowing this beautiful girl to join
our herd. Grace is a Grey daughter and a littermate sister to our senior
Grace is very much like her dam but I think is a
bit more upstanding. She is still very mature as a 2nd freshening 3 year
old and has some filling out to do but structurally this doe excels. She
is very tall and dairy, sharp over her wither, extremely level over her
topline and excels in mammary.
Grace was 14th place 3 year old at the National
Show and 2nd place at the Iowa State Fair. I think this doe has a lot
more exciting things coming in her future and we can't wait to see her
achieve her true potential!
2018 has been a rough year for Gracie...she just
never seemed to come into full production for some unknown reason! She
was a part of our show string for the 1st couple of shows standing well
but we decided that uddering her up any more was not in her best
interest so she did not attend the Central WI State Fair with us. She
was 1st place 4 year old in both rings of the Northern WI State Fair and
1st place 4 year old at the Iowa State Fair. I truly believe that in
full production, Gracie would be a force to be reckoned with in the show
ring and we really hope to see her back to normal next year. I truly
love this pretty powerful doe!
Grace will be bred to Sins for May kids in a
repeat breeding from 2018..
All does will be retained. Bucks $700.