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Foxwood Dairy Goats and Poultry 

AI Bucks for 2023 Kids

We continue to select bucks of Cadillac, Conquest, and Marvin lineage to use in our breeding program. Knowing that the true worth of a buck is the quality of his daughters, we consider his daughters' appraisal scores, paying close attention to the udder scores. We like to see high, wide rear udders with strong medials and good teat delineation and placement. We also look at the percentage of daughters that have finished their championships, keeping in mind that some of the lesser known bucks may have never been used in herds that show. Also, we try to see in person or find pictures of as many daughters as possible so that we can judge for ourselves what we see in the bucks' daughters...the good and the bad.

Below is information on the bucks we hope to use in AI for spring 2023 kids.

Click on the buck's name to see ADGA Genetics webpage.

GCH J-Nel's SP Dad Gum It

S:  J-Nels RK Sputnik

     SS: J-Nels KR Rocket

     SD: Hobby-Horse RN Slinky

D:  SGCH J-Nels RN Gumdrop  4-09 90 VEEE (pictured)

     DS: Kastdemur's LE Renegade

     DD: J-Nels Savannah's Sweet N Low

We first saw his dam, Gumdrop, at the 2004 ADGA Nationals when she was 1st place/1st udder 3 year old. She had a nice topline with a level rump and had a long fore udder (LA 40) and a wide rear udder arch (LA 38). Gumdrop was bred to a son of her paternal 1/2 sister to produce Dad Gum It (ADGA Genetics inbreeding- 19.66%). He has a 10 daughter average of 86.4 with a PTAFS of 0.6. Four of his 21 daughters finished their championships.

Wooden-Bridge Banner's Redlion

S:  Crown Point ZDR Mountain Lion

     SS: GCH Rio Del Oro's Dandy-Lion

     SD: GCH Rio Del Oro's Mountain Mama (1986 and 1989 ADGA Reserve National Champion)

D: GCH Wooden Bridge Poppycake Banner (1995 ADGA National Champion) (pictured)

     DS: GCH Cold Comfort Johnny Cake

     DD: Wooden Bridge Frosty Poppy

We were excited to get semen for Redlion last fall. His dam was GCH Wooden-Bridge Poppycake Banner, the 1995 ADGA National Champion. His sire, Mountain Lion, is the first buck we ever used in AI in 1989, and he gave us 4 daughters in March 1990. Redlion has produced 4 champion daughters and has a 3 daughter LA average of 88.3 (PTAFS 0.2). We are using him to bring a bit more Marvin into the gene pool.

SG Kastdemur's LE Exacta 5-03 90 EVE

S:  Kastdemur's MPR Liaison

     SS: .GCH H. Homestead Mark of Prestige

     SD: GCH Kastdemur's Royal Romance LA 90 (1st place 4 year old 1999 ADGA Nationals)

D:  Kastdemur's CPE No Excuses

     DS: Kastdemur's Crown Prince

     DD: GCH Kastdemur's Crown Extatic LA 92 (1997 ADGA National Champion and Best Udder)

While we have never used Exacta, we've owned a couple of Kastdemur's bucks that descend from his paternal brother (Full Service). Aesop was a Full Service son, and Amazin' was a grandson. Using him will maintain a balance of Conquest genetics in the herd as he is linebred on Ker-a-tin Acres Royal Majesty.

Kastdemur's Allegations

S: Kastdemur's MPR Liaison

    SS: .GCH H. Homestead Mark of Prestige (son of 1987 ADGA National Champion GCH H. Homestead Sun Tierra)

    SD: GCH Kastdemur's Royal Romance LA 90 (1st place 4 year old 1999 ADGA Nationals)

D: GCH Kastdemur's Crown Finale  (1999 ADGA National Champion) (pictured)

     DS:  Brown Sugar's Crown Ambassador (Premier sire at ADGA Nationals)

     DD: GCH Kastdemur's EP Ashley

Allegations has only sired 22 daughters and one of them is a champion. He has a 4 daughter LA average of 86.5. Used by Royal Cedars, he produced a couple of bucks that produced nice daughters; one has an 8 daughter LA average of 88.3; while the other has a 7 daughter average of 89 and 2 champion daughters. He has the same sire as Exacta and is linebred on Royal Majesty (Conquest).

Cedarsage Show Technician

S:  Cedarsage Magic Technique

     SS: H. Homestead High Technique (son of 1987 ADGA National Champion GCH H. Homestead Sun Tiera)

     SD: CH Mar-Gin Magic's Black Magic

D:  Pearl O Great Price Tech Shoff

     DS: H. Homestead High Technique (son of 1987 ADGA National Champion GCH H. Homestead Sun Tiera)

     DD: Cedarsage Legacy Ebony Mallow (granddaughter of Cadillac Piejar & Pure Bred Acres AM M Conquest)

Show Technician, a paternal 1/2 brother to Capricorn-Three MT Chippendale (sire of CH Foxwood Chip's Mischief) produced 3 champion daughters and has a 3 daughter LA average of 89.3. His appraised daughters were tall (LA 34) and powerful (LA strength- 33.3) and had long fore udders (LA 38.3) and wide rear udders (LA 32).

Capricorn-Three MT Chippendale

S: Cedarsage Magic Technique

     SS: H. Homestead High Technique (son of 1987 ADGA National Champion GCH H. Homestead Sun Tiera)

     SD: CH Mar-Gin Magic's Black Magic

D: SGCH Flowering Acres Lady Iris (pictured)

     DS: GCH Mellow Heart Knight Lancelot

     DD: Flowering Acres Eye of Iris

Chippendale's dam produced five champions, four daughters and a son. Two of her champion daughters and her champion son, all sired by Cedarsage Magic Technique, were full siblings to Chippendale. The other two champion daughters were sire by a another Cedarsage Magic Technique son, Cedarsage Show Technician. We owned a Chippendale daughter, Willow Run Chip Confusion, and used her son (Willow Run Thesis Chekhov). He was born in 2002 and live sired kids born 12 years later in 2014! We AIed to Chippendale in 2018 and had kids born in 2019. One of them, CH Foxwood Chip's Mischief, was 1st place/1st udder at the 2022 ADGA National Show. Mischief's dam descends from Chippendale.

Cobble's Valley Majik Jock

S: SG ++*B Foxwood McCaylan's Majik Man

     SS: GCH Foxwood McCaylan   1-03 89

     SD: SGCH Foxwood Fay Lee Meadow 7-06 91 EEEV

D:  CH Spring's-Meadow C.E. Java

     DS: Amberwood Vision's Einstein

     DD: Spring's-Meadow PA Cookee (Del-Mirage & Wooden Bridge background)

Jock has been one of the most impactful bucks we've used over the years. His 12 daughter LA average is 87.6, and he has sired 9 permanent champion daughters. His daughters have nice fore udders (LA- 34.5), rear udder height (35.2), and nice rear udder arches (LA- 31.8). Teats are correctly sized and shaped (LA- 19.8) and teat placement is generally good (LA- 22.8). In our herd, he has improved breed character, strength of backs/chines, and levelness across the rump. Some of our favorite does over the years have been sired by Jock.


S:   Split-Creek Oh So Smooth Too

     SS: SGCH ++*B Kismet Marvin's Smooth Operator (Premier Sire at Nationals)

     SD:  SGCH Scuppernong's BPCS Waffle (a Shallaley O' daughter)

D:  GCH Kismet Smooth Kristin LA 91 (1998 ADGA National Champion) (pictured)

     DS: SGCH ++*B Kismet Marvin's Smooth Operator (Premier Sire at Nationals)

     DD: GCH Khimaira Hero's Kismet

Inbred on Smooth Operator and Marvin, Smooth Too has a 6 daughter LA average of 85.8. Five of his 22 daughters are champions. Joe Pilotte purchased him from Jean Lucas when Kristin had him as a yearling milker. Kristin and her sire, Smooth Operator, went on to make names for themselves at several national shows over the years. Smooth Too produced champion daughters for  WEA (Joe Pilotte), H. Homestead, and Little-O Acres. Joe Pilotte told me that Smooth Too was an exceptional buck that needed to be used again!

*B Redwood Hills V Tallahatchie

S:  *B Blissberry AC Vision

     SS: *B Wingwood Farm CM Atticus  1-03 86 +EV

     SD: SGCH Blissberry RH Vallelujah 7-06 93 EEEE

D: SGCH Redwood Hills Atlas Topaz  4-05 91 VEEE

     DS: SG *B Wingwood Farm AMI Tupelo 2-05 89 EVV

     DD: SGCH Redwood Hilla MC Talasi  4-06 91 VVEE

Tallahatchie's oldest daughters are only yearlings, but they have shown well as dry does and are freshening with nice udders in the Coles-Ridge herd in Mississippi. Tallahatchie has improved strength of udder attachment and rear udder height and arch while maintaining good teat size and placement. His full sister, Redwood Hills Vision Tanzanite, is a tall doe (LA stature of 36 as a yearling!), appraised 88 VEVE at 1-07, and finished her championship (pending) as a two year old.


S: *B Kastdemur's Ain't He Amazin'

     SS: ++*B Kastdemur's King of the Hill (Premier sire at Nationals)

     SD:  SGCH Kastdemur's Audacity 5-01 91 EVEE (2003 Junior National Champion) (Full Service daughter) 

D:  SGCH Foxwood Fay Lee Meadow LA 91 (1st place 5-6 year old at 2008 ADGA Nationals)

     DS: *B Kastdemur's Aesop (Full Service son)

     DD: GCH Kastdemur's Aubree (2001 National Champion)

Marvel is inbred on Kastdemur's animals whose lineage is rich in ADGA National champions. His sire's dam (Audacity) and his dam's sire (Aesop) were littermates. Audacity was the 2003 Junior National Champion and the dam of the 2008 and 2009 ADGA National Champion, Kastdemur's Temerity. Their dam (Aubree) was the 2001 ADGA National Champion and the 2002 Reserve National Champion. Their granddam (Finale) was the 1999 ADGA National Champion.  

Marvel is one of the best udder bucks we've ever had. His 11 daughter LA average is 87, and almost half of the does appraised were yearlings or two year olds (2 were yearlings and 3 were 2 year olds). He has sired 4 champion daughters. His daughters have strong fore udders (LA- 33.5) and really nice high, wide rear udders (RUH- 37.1; RUA- 32.7). Teats are properly sized and shaped (Diameter- 21.8), and teat placement is good (20.9).

SGCH Foxwood M&M Mr. McCay

S: SGCH High-Caliber Marvin's Big Max- One of Frosty Marvin's most popular sons, Max sired 15 champion daughters and 3 champion sons. 

D: GCH Briarknoll Piejar's McCayla LA 90 at 3 yrs & 9 yrs ; ADGA Nationals: 4th place/3rd udder Aged Doe (5 years and older) at 1993 Nationals as a 7 year old; produced 7 champion offspring; daughters were 1st place Produce of Dam at 2000 National Show and were part of the 2nd place Best Three Females and 2nd place Dairy Herd

LA: 9 daughters average 82.5; PTI2:1- +78; PT11:2- +133; Predicated Transmitting Ability for Final Score: +0.8

McCay was primarily used by one herd in Pennsylvania, and he made significant improvements in daughters over dams as can be noted by his PTA for Final Score. Several of his daughters produced champion daughters in the Deer Trail herd. The best known granddaughter/great-granddaughter was GCH Deer-Trail 8 Spot Valarian 91 EEEE who was 3rd placed 5-6 year old at a National Show.

We sold McCay as a yearling but he had sired 2 buck kids and 1 daughter for us. One of the buck kids (Foxwood Brutus) sired only 1 doe kid for us but she appraised 87 as a yearling and finished her championship. His other son (Foxwood McCay's Doubled Up Max) was purchased by the Safehaven herd and produced many nice daughters for them. 

His grandsires are notable bucks of the Nubian breed: SGCH Hallcienda Frosty Marvin and Cadillac Piejar