ADGA Alpine Bucklings For Sale. CenTex. Milk/Show Lines. Bottle Raised.

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    Golden Delta Alpines Senior Member

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    We currently have two really nice Alpine bucklings available for sale.
    Prices are listed, or better offer. Discount available if both are purchased together, or if your herd is on LA/DHIR.

    1st) E10- broken belted cou blanc Alpine buckling, born on 5/19/14- $200
    Sire: *B Hull's Sierra's Jasper
    Dam: Hull's HBN Jenna Vieve

    2nd) E11- chamoise Alpine buckling, born on 5/19/14- $200
    Sire: *B Hull's Sierra's Jasper
    Dam: Hull's HBN Jenna Vieve

    Photos are showing E10 and E11 bucklings at 3 months old, their dam's udder from this year, and a few photos of their granddams/greatgranddams...
    Photos of parents of all kids can be seen on our website or if you email.


    These twin brothers are both really nice, they have long bone pattern and show level toplines and rumps. Very dairy, yet showing strength, these boys will grow to be HUGE bucks, they are straight in the legs with great angulation, and cut high and wide in the escutcheons.
    The cou blanc buckling is slighter longer throughout than his brother.

    These boys will be milky bucks, and should produce daughters who average more than 10 pounds per day.

    Their dam, Hull's HBN Jenna Vieve, is averaging 12 pounds per day this year, as a 2 year old first freshener.
    She scored VV+V 86 this year, apprasier loved her and said she just needed time to mature and gain weight.
    Her dam, GCH Hull's IRS Joyful 5*M, placed 9th in 5-6 year olds at ADGA Nationals, and also scored VEVE 90 in linear appraisal this year.
    Their sire, *B Hull's Sierra's Jasper, has several daughters who are averaging 11 pounds per day as first fresheners.

    These boys will be ready to breed this fall!


    We have Hull's, Willow Run, Redwood Hills, Vance's, Strawberry-Fields and more in our Alpines' pedigrees, all come from heavy milking lines and show lines.
    We got our herd CAE tested through BioTracking, and results came back negative for the whole herd.
    Our entire herd has been negative for CAE, CL, soremouth, Johnes, and other diseases since we started raising goats five years ago.
    We practice strict coccidiosis prevention on all kids, and deworm as needed, and CDT vaccinate yearly.
    We bottle-feed, disbud, and tattoo all kids born on our farm and before they are sold.

    You can see photos, pedigrees, prices, and more info at our website: http://goldendeltaalpines.weebly.com/
     

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    Golden Delta Alpines Senior Member

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    Both bucklings sold. Admin please delete.