SGCH Klisse’s TR Hollyhock 2*M                                                                                               4/03/2016; wattles                                                                                                                                         S: *B Talache’s Rah                                                                                                                                              D: Klisse’s WSV Narcissis *M                                                                                                                          MIlk: 1-11 327 3126 114 80                                                                                                                                     3-00 182 2128 74 65                                                                                                                      LA: 3-03 +V+E 87                                                                                                                                      Holly is a fairly correct doe and she was 6xRes as a dry yearling, once over 23 other doelings! She freshened with an incredible udder, and so we decided to take her to the national show, where she was 11th out of 40, as a first freshener! She has been BUOB breed several times already, including a BUIS! She finished quite easily last year as a first freshener, within a 15 day time period. Unfortunately, she freshened with mastitis on one side two years ago and is only good as a brood doe now.

GCH (pending) Klisse’s TR Tulip 3*M                                                                                                                                          3/10/17                                                                                                                                                            S: *B Talache’s Rah                                                                                                                                        D: Klisse’s TH Crocus 2*M                                                                                                                              Milk: 2-01 252 1536 46 42                                                                                                                          2-11 193 1828 61 48                                                                                                                                    LA: 2-04 VVE+ 86                                                                                                                                      Tulip earned her dry leg at the Nebraska State Fair and was also BJrDIS at the Oklahoma State Fair. Tulip also has a milking leg. She has a very nice general appearance, but needs more rear udder and to be able to keep her production up for longer than a few months. I do like her daughters, though.

                          GCH Klisse’s TE Daylily 4*M                                                                                                                         4/07/17                                                                                                                                                            S: *B Talache’s Ephraim                                                                                                                               D: Klisse’s TR Sunflower 3*M                                                                                                                         Milk: 1-10 219 2084 75 62                                                                                                                                   2-10 264 2406 94 70                                                                                                                                       LA: 2-03 VVVE 88                                                                                                                                               Daylily has earned her dry leg twice over, going over 29 doelings at the last show of the year! Day freshened with a well-attached udder and long, smooth fore, and her foreudder is nice and smooth this year.  She is the smallest of the other Saanens here.

                                                                                       Klisse’s TR Foxglove                                                                                                                                       2/07/19                                                                                                                                                            S: *B Talache’s Rah                                                                                                                                          D: Klisse’s TH Crocus 2*M                                                                                                                              Milk: 1-01 170 827 28 23                                                                                                                              Foxglove is a full sister to Tulip, and while she has the same long body, her head is much coarser. Her udder looks nice so far with a much better rear udder and more milk production than her full sister, Tulip.

Klisse’s TR Hilary 9*M                                                                                                                           3/01/19; light cream                                                                                                                                               S: *B Talache’s Rah                                                                                                                                       D: Klisse’s TH Helen 8*M                                                                                                                             Milk: 1-01 224 1529 48 43 ip                                                                                                                              Hilary wasn’t registered until this spring, as she is a light cream and I wanted to see if she threw color (she doesn’t), so Saanen she is. She is quite a nice young doe and just needs some age on her. The longer she is in milk, the more I like her. I never saw Hilary come in heat at all, so I luted her the end of November and she aborted. If she comes back in, we’ll breed her. If not, she gets to stay and a year off as I know she’s a keeper. She has darkened up so much that she is borderline to be able to show- she is a nice Golden Guernsey color now.

                                                                                             KLISSE’S JKM SNAPDRAGON
02/07/2020; white
S: *B Jen-Mae-Ka Kids Mccraken
D: GCH Klisse’s TE Daylily 4*M
Snap is a very big doe for one of mine, and while she freshened very well, her udder was stretched from being precocious, and she couldn’t fill her udder in 12 hours because of that. I tried to dry her off multiple times, and this last time she got gangrenous mastitis, which we are fighting now. She will be a brood doe if we are able to pull her though.

                                                                                          KLISSE’S NL FAWN LILY AI
02/08/2020; white, polled
S: SG ++*B Nu-Tog-A-Saan Leapold
D: SGCH Klisse’s KR Hollyhock 2*M
Fawn was a much anticipated doe, and boy howdy! She does not disappoint! I cannot wait to get her in the show ring. She’s everything good that I remembered about my Leapold girls. Love this girl! She was 8th pl yearling at nationals this year. I’ll take it.

02/28/2020; white
S: Noble-Springs Tator
D: Klisse’s TR Tulip 3*M
These does were out of a set of quads. Trilli is the largest with a nice udder, long foreudder.  Mansi, who is my favorite right now, is in the middle with the best udder.

03/03/2020; white; 75%AS 25%AC
S: *B Jen-Mae-Ka Kids Mccraken
D: Klisse’s TF Honey
She is an experimental that will throw American doe kids. Hippo is probably going to be as fat as one since I overlooked getting her bred. She will be a porker dry yearling.

3/28/2020; white; 75%AS 25%AC
S: Noble-Springs Tator
D: Klisse’s KJ Lilac 3*M
Gili is being left dry and is also an experimental who will throw American does.


BUCKS                                                                                                                                                                *B Jen-Mae-Ka Kids McCraken                                                                                                                   3/18/2017; white                                                                                                                                              S: GCH +*B Noble-Springs Moscow Mule                                                                                                    D: GCH Jen-Mae-Ka Kids Zenyatta 2*M                                                                                                        LA: 2-03 82 +V+                                                                      |AS1857961|M

Cracker was added when I was in search of something from Loughlin’s, and he happened to come up for sale. He is very long and needs to fill out more, and has been bred to the majority of mature white does (some Saanen, some grade) in the herd, so it should be a nice proofing.  DNA VERIFIED

*B Talache’s Rah                                                                                                                           2/09/2015; white                                                                                                                                            S: SG +*B Noble-Springs Dace (son of SGCH Just-A-Hobby Perfect Dream 6*M)                                 D: SG Talache’s Rye 2*M (who goes back to my old good Saanens)                                                       LA: 3-05 V+E 84                                                                                                                     |AS1727188|M

Rah is a tall, dairy buck. His paternal sisters did well at Nationals both in 2015 and 2019- a Sable sister was the 1st/1st udder yearling milker Sable, the 1st/1st udder yearling milker Recorded Grade, and 1st pl. senior Saanen kid. His sire, Dace, comes from a powerful family that always competes well at the national level. Dace’s maternal brother, Night, was a Sable who threw many beautiful daughters in our herd. Somewhat disappointed in him as he is throwing too much color for the Saanen breed but not enough for the Sables. His daughter, Hollyhock, has a phenomenal udder and finished quite handily at the first few shows she went to, and has been BUOB quite a few times as a first freshener. Semen 5/$150  DNA VERIFIED Reference, limited semen.

Noble-Springs Tator                                                                                                                                      2/18/19; white                                                                                                                                                   S: Noble-Springs Dasher                                                                                                                                 D: Noble-Springs MFS Tamryn|AS2046175|M                                                                                                                           Tater was a last minute addition when the first young buck I bought from someone else died and I needed another one to breed the coming yearlings. Looking forward to seeing what his daughters do. Right now he is a typical Saanen, and looks like the beginning picture in a gym ad. DNA TYPED Reference, limited semen.


                                                                                  *B TALACHE’S HAAKON
S: *B Talache’s Horus
D: SGCH Talache’s Hadar 7*M
Haakon was a bomb gift that we were given. We did some transport for Shannan, and she allowed us to use Haakon while he was here, so all 5 of our oldest Saanen kids and our Alpine kid have all been exposed to him. His sire is a color carrier, so by breeding Pocket (our Alpine) to him, we’ll see if he has color (but that’s not why I used him on her- I didn’t have semen to AI her and didn’t want to haul her anywhere, so if I was going to crossbreed her anyway to get her to freshen, why not use the best available??). He is now owned by MagMar Farm.