~~~ Very much under construction ~~~
Oberhaslis are the backbone of the herd and Margaret's breed of choice since her 4-H days.
A total nostalgia pedigree, Baby Flash traces back to herds and animals Margaret grew up around. She has a phenomenal silhouette and throws growthy kids.
Sky puts the "dairy" in dairy strength, and passes that onto her offspring. She combines that dairyness with strong feet, a solid topline, and a high, wide, snug udder.
Vori comes from a long line of slow-maturing does. Even at two years she's small and still putting herself together...but her dam took until age four to bloom. We do appreciate her udder capacity and texture.
(will be dry in 2024)
Dry leg won at Magic City Clover Classic 2023
Margaret added a second breed in 2020, focusing on strong animals from the Munchin'Hill and Maple Wind herds.
"Opie" is one of the semi-legendary witchy black does from the Antigone line, and we adore her character and sass. Oh and her phenomenally wide rump, length of body, and dairyness.
Finley was our first alpine addition, a stylish and correct (at the time) dry yearling who has become the backbone of our breeding program. We love her dairyness and flatness of rump, with an incredibly well-attached, capacious udder.
"Millie" is a rising star, still growing into herself but bringing all her dam's best dairy and rump characteristics with an even better udder and teat placement.
(reg # pending)
Our first chance at a Flashback daughter, and she did not disappoint! Hennessey has a nicely-shaped, well-attached udder. As a yearling she's still growing into herself and we cannot wait for next year.
Experimentals make up the majority of our animals, and we pull in any and all breeds to make better and better goats.
SuSu is the matriarch of our chestnut oberhasli breeding program, and she's an excellent foundation - solid feet and legs, capacious and well-attached udder, and excellent general appearance.
(dry in 2023)
Rapidash is still coming into her own, and after not settling in fall of 22, got an extra year off! We can't wait to see a second freshening on her udder, which was well-shaped and well-attached at first freshening.
Margaret has admired Mad Moxxi for years and was thrilled to bring a daughter home! Dawnbreaker is a lovely red chammy and after her first freshening, shows a wonderfully-shaped udder with great teats.
"Because" is a fun solid-colored sable X who we hope to bring into the chestnut gene pool to improve udder capacity and length of bone.
Johto is one generation from American ober status, but shows excellent breed character in her face and coloring, plus a capacious udder with good teat placement and good spring of rib.
Because you can never have enough breeds?
Carrie Ann is our foundation togg and we could not be happier! As a two-year old, she's still growing, but looks like she'll grow to make her dam proud.