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Foxwood Dairy Goats and Poultry 

Does Born in 2018

CH (pending) Foxwood Marlin's Prime 2/14/2018

3-02 92 EEEE

S: *B Foxwood Jock's Marlin

SS: +B Cobble's Valley Majik Jock

SD: GCH Foxwood Peijar Marlena AI 1*M

D: GCH Foxwood Jock's Pride

DS: +B Cobble's Valley Majik Jock

DD: Foxwood Hotmale-Paris Parade

Show: 1 x RGCH as a kid

2020: 2 x GCH, 2 x BOB, 2 x BUOB, 2 x RGCH

2021: 1 x GCH, 1 x BOB

2021 ADGA Nationals: 6th place/3rd udder 3 Year Old

Prime has good general appearance like her dam and both granddams. Her udder is similar to her dam's udder being high and wide in the rear with a good medial and teat size and shape. Her daughter (Prize) was 1st place Junior Doe at the 2021 ADGA National Show.

CH (pending) Foxwood Jock's Selah 3/17/2018

3-01 92 EEEE

S: +B Cobble's Valley Majik Jock

D: SG Foxwood TB Spicy AI 2*M

Show: 1 x GCH as a junior doe; 5th place intermediate kid at 2018 ADGA Nationals

2020: 1 x GCH; 1 x BOB; 1 x BUOB; 1 x RGCH

2021: 1 x GCH, 1 x BOB

2021 ADGA Nationals: 13th place 3 Year Old 

A tall,long doe like her dam, Selah won her restricted leg during her first weekend of showing at 2 months old. The following month, she placed 5th in a class of over 50 Intermediate Nubian Kids at the 2018 ADGA National Show. She has a strongly attached udder with good teat size and shape

CH (pending) Frog Flat Ladybird    6/12/2018

S:  *B Woest-Hoeve TS Thunderbird (3 daughters finished championships in 2022; 2nd place Junior Get of Sire at 2022 Nationals)

     SS: SGCH ++*B SGCH Alize Charleston Chew  4-06 90 EEV

     SD: Woest-Hoeve SC Blue  5*M  4-06 91 EEEE

D:  Frog Flat NS Sage

     DS: CH Frog Flat Long Lanky Nathaniel  5-02 91 EEE

     DD: CH Prow's Moonlight Shadow  7-02 91 EEEE


2022: picked up her 3rd leg for her championship

2022 National Show; 3rd place 4 year old

We first saw Ladybird in her pen at the 2021 ADGA National Show in Louisville and loved her topline and her udder structure, especially from the rear view. We liked her so much that we made a 700 mile round trip later that fall to breed a few does to her sire, Thunderbird. Fortunately, we got a doe and 2 buck kids from her sire, so it made the cost and time of the trip worthwhile.

We didn't see Ladybird again until the 2022 National Show. Over the year her body had matured and her udder was more capacious. We still loved her and was so excited for Frog Flat Farm when she placed 3rd in a very strong 4 year old class. We feel so blessed we were able to add her, as well as a daughter and two paternal sisters, to our herd in August 2022.