One of the hardest part of raising goats is letting
them go. In 2019 I made the difficult decision to sell Molly's dam as a
brood doe to make room to keep some younger does but it was a decision
that haunted me for a long time. Kalista was a big beautiful, heavy
producing doe and the only daughter of my beloved Kricket. I knew she
would get excellent care in the Cordle herd but my heart missed her. I
will be forever grateful to Sara for offering her beautiful daughter
back to us last spring.
Molly is a character...always in your face wanting
hugs and kisses and following you everywhere. She is very much like her
dam excelling in general appearance with a level topline and excellent
feet and legs. She also is sharp over her withers, smoothly blending in
her shoulders and wide in her escutcheon. Molly is sired by Blazes, a
Grey son, so we can't wait to see this little doe mature.
Molly is one of our
exciting dry yearlings this year....she's still that powerhouse doe that
is amazingly promising.
Molly will be bred to Hatter for February kids. $500...1st doe will be