Nubian & Miniature Nubian

Nubian-

 

"Ruby"


IN THE REDS MADAMOISELLE' - N001507663 (PB Doe)

ADGA registered


DOB- 1/25/2010

S: J-Nels SP Hot Tamale

D: In The Reds Mon Cherie'  


Pedigree HERE


~Red/Brown with spots

1st day home!

Overnight typical 12 hour fill

Left- you can see how Ruby matured and gained weight and depth.  She just gets better with age!

We truly  cannot say enough about this lovely doe! Having not been bred since 2012 Ruby was still in milk. Her personality along with exceptional genetics was something we simply could not pass up. Ruby follows us everywhere, nuzzles for kisses and loves bear hugs. Although the Nubian is known for being loud, Ruby never makes a peep. 

At the age of 5 and kidding buck/doe twin mini's March 2015 Ruby produced 10-12 lbs daily without being "pumped full of feed" or high need for alfalfa only.  2016 producing twins doe mini's again produced 10-12 lbs daily.  A dream to milk, perfect size teats, not too small not too large, excellent orifices, and a very nice flow. Ruby has really grown from the above pics and is now a very mature deep bodied doe. 2017 produced buck/doe twins standard Nubians. Awaiting 2018 kids!

"Baby Ruby"aka "Blue Belle"

Wings & Caprines Blue Belle

N1889139 PBDOE

ADGA


DOB- 5/28/17

S:  Woest-Hoeve Blue Print
SS:  *B SGCH Iron-Owl Bluebeard 

         LA 92EEE
SD: Woest-Hoeve Princess Sela

D: In The Reds Madamoiselle

DS: J-Nels SP Hot Tamale

DD: In The Reds Mon Cherie'  


Pedigree HERE



This little doeling has to be the most anticipated kid we have ever had on our farm! We hope for her to carry on her mother's wonderful genetics and personality! We are enjoying watching her bounce all over with her brother and "friends"!

 

Miniature Nubian

-A Note About Our Miniatures- 

We believe building the strongest base foundation is key in breeding a miniature dairy goat. When starting with Miniatures it is imperative to  start with the best genetics possible and breed those first generations as skillfully and carefully as one would with any other breeding program. It is far more than just throwing a dwarf over a standard. As with all our goats we are breeding for high quality, high production, and excellent confirmation. Our priority is NOT higher generation, ears, and noses. Our PRIORITY is udder, escutcheon, leg placement, teat placement, udder attachment, and the best dairy characteristics.  A solid miniature breeding program takes years to develop. In developing exceptional animals we believe in the whole package. There are times you go forward a generation and times you go back a generation to focus on a particular trait being improved upon. 1st and 2nd generation minis often have teats placed to the outside rather then centered, this is common and is an area that takes great skill to improve.  A well bred mini from strong dairy genetics is easily capable of producing  7-8# per day (close to 1 gallon). We prefer and try to breed as close to the 50/50 mark as possible, keeping the miniature truly miniature!  We SELECTIVELY breed for mini's. Because of this we are not breeding but a select few each year. Showing our mini's is in the near future as well as miktest.

"Emmy (Emerald)"

Wings & Caprines Emerald

 registered with    MDGA # XN06709

First Generation 50/50


DOB: 3/4/16

S: Peachtree Farms Will (AGS)

D: In The Reds Madamoiselle'


EXCELLENT rear, leg placement, width, length of body, capacity, escutcheon, ear drop and nose especially for first generation.


Blue eyes





Emmy is a wonderful doe in every way! She is sweet, affectionate and has wonderful breed characteristic especially in a first generation mini. Her dam's strong Nubian traits certainly dominate. 

"Saffy (Sapphire)"

Wings & Caprines Sapphire

registered with MDGA  #XN06710

First Generation 50/50


DOB: 3/4/16

S: Peachtree Farms Will (AGS)

D: In The Reds Madamoiselle'


EXCELLENT rear, leg placement, width, length of body, capacity, escutcheon, ear drop and nose especially for first generation.

Blue Eyes


Saffy is just as wonderful as her sister Emmy. A little flashier, and slightly smaller we knew she was a keeper as well! We look forward to seeing her first kids. Planned breeding in fall 2017.