Aquila Acres WFN Valley Girl
Breed: American Alpine
ADGA#: A001570249 (Click for ADGA.org)
Linear Appraisal: VEEE 90 (2018)
Temperament: Valley tends to be a very lazy and slow doe who loves her food maybe a little too much and has made it clear to the other does that she should not be bothered while eating. She loves attention and people and most of all she loves being spoiled.
Strengths: Valley is one of our easiest does to milk as her orifices and teats are very large.
Weaknesses: Valley can be a slightly difficult keeper as she gets overweight very easily which can cause problems with birthing.
Udder Description: Valley's udder is well rounded with well placed large teats and a strong medial suspensory ligament. She is one of our does with the best for and rear udder attachments in the herd and multiple of her daughters carry this gene well.
Milk Quantity: 8 (see milk quantity scale)
Lactation Length: 8 (see lactation length scale)
Progeny: Valley's kids
SS: IR-Ranch NCS Eddie Ray
S: Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil
SD: GCH Windrush Farms IRS Nutmeg
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