Adiva's rear udder @ 5 yrs
CH Munchin'Hill Adiva
dob: March 3, 2014 A1675779
LA @ 1 yr: (85 V++V)
LA@ 2 yrs: 90(VEEE), excellent in head,
rear legs, back and rump
LA@ 4 yrs: 91(EEEE), excellent in back
S: Pearl Valley Tempest Triumph
SS: Strawberry-Fields Stone Cold
DS: Willabelle-Acres WRJ Tempest
D: Munchin'Hill Antigone 91(EEEE)
DS: Windrush Frams IRS
DD: CH Munchin'Hill Avalanche 92(EEEE)
Stylish like her dam, Adiva also shows very well with
her up-headedness and level topline.
Adiva's rear udder is very high and wide, teats are
plumb and udder texture is wonderfully soft.
She blossomed as a five year old in 2019 and came
into super production. It was so much fun showing her
2015 shows: 7x1st; 2xResGCH
2016 shows: 3x1st; 1x2nd (behind Amity),
2016 National Show: 5th place 2 yr old
2018 regional shows: 1xGCH and BIS, 2x
2019 : 10 times Best in Show in 5 states
2021: 4 x BOB and 3 x Best in Show
GCH Munchin'Hill Antigone 93(EEEE), Adiva's dam
CH Munchin'Hill Aphrodite
dob March 11, 2015 A1719816
LA @ 1 yr: 88(VV+E), excellent in rear legs, back
LA@ 2 yrs: 90(EEVE), excellent in front legs, back & rump
LA@ 3 yrs: 91(EEVE), excellent in back and rump
S: Roeburn's KVLS Gabriel
SS: Kickapoo-Valley Life Scalleywag
SD: Roeburn's KVLW Gabriella LA 90 (VEVE)
D: Munchin'Hill Anomaly
DS: Pearl Valley Tempest Triumph
DD: CH Munchin'Hill Avalanche 92(EEEE)
If you need milk in your herd, then we suggest you consider a kid out of Aphrodite. Boy does this girl put out the milk!
As a 2 yr old and 3 yr old, Aphro milked 14-15 pounds daily.
As a 4yr old, 5 year old, and now a 6 yr old, Aphro has been yielding 12 lbs on once a day milking. If we milked her twice daily she would produce well over 20 pounds per day
2015 show: shown once: Res Junior Champion
2016 shows: shown four times: 4x1st
2017 shows: 1xGCH, 4xResGCH
2018 regional shows: 3xGCH, 2xBest in Show
2018 National Show: 6th place 3 yr old
Aphro rear udder, not full
CH (pending) Munchin'Hill Anisette
dob: February 25, 2017
S: Windrush Farms IRS 90(VEE) @ 6 yrs
SS: Iron-Rod ET Sheriff
SD: CH Windrush Farms Wonder Vienna
D: CH Munchin'Hill Avalanche 92(EEEE)
DS: Cherry Glen Abraham Rushkin
DD: CH Munchin'Hill Allegheny
Anisette is a full sister to Antigone. Anisette has her dam's wide flat rump and enormous escutcheon and legginess galore, topping it off with a mammary that is totally blended into her body. Teats are correctly placed and plumb.
Anisette took very ill at home while we were at the National Show in 2018 and it took us several days to diagnose her problem after returning home. She had goat polio but did not exhibit the classic symptoms. Even our vet could not pinpoint the issue. It took a full three weeks with lots of prayer and supportive care to
turn her around. We really thought we would lose her. We decided to dry her off early for her own good and asked that she be excused from appraisal.
Anisette made her debut at the Western PA DGA's 2019 show where she placed 1st of 8 in both rings.
Western PA DGA: GCH both rings
Pennsylvania DGA show: ResGCH both rings
Endless Mountains DGA: 2xGCH, 1xResGCH
Avalanche 92(EEEE), dam of Anisette
Brooklyn is one of those does that is a heart breaker, who as a first-freshening two-year old in 2020 had an horrendous case of mastitis that almost totally destroyed all the udder tissue in her left half.
Brooklyn is pictured here as a second freshener in 2021 with about 9-10 hours of milk We can only hope and pray that with a subsequent lactation or two, that there may be some healing.
We all just love this doe!
While one of the smaller does in the herd, Angelique certainly does wow us with her near-flawless mammary system.
Angelique had a false pregnancy as a yearling and freshened this February producing about 8 pounds per day. She milks out in 60 seconds flat with the milk machine which saves us time in the milkroom!
This is a doe to watch in 2022 with a second freshening.