Klisse’s TH Crocus 2*M 2/28/2014, polled S: *B Talache’s Hagan AI D: GCH Klisse’s Fagaraberry *M Milk: 3-00 336 2848 105 84 LA: 4-05 VVEV 86
Crocus, though overweight from being left a dry yearling, is none the less a very pretty doe with a shapely well-attached udder. She is very level with excellent feet and legs. Crocus earned two grand champion legs last year, as well. She freshened with experimental quads after not settling via AI. Hoping for better results this year. Crocus is bred to *B Talache’s Rah. Kidded 2/8 with triplets; one polled buck available $500
Klisse’s TH Helen 8*M 5/11/2015 S: *B Talache’s Hagan AI D: Talache’s Halla of Hope 7*M Milk: 1-10 261 1657 55 46 LA: 3-02 VVVV 87 Helen is pretty correct but nothing fancy. She is bred to *B Talache’s Rah and is due 3/01. Does only $450
Klisse’s TR Sunflower 3*M 3/31/2016; wattles S: *B Talache’s Rah D: Klisse’s WSV Buttercup 2*M Milk: 1-11 279 1979 76 59 ip LA: 2-03 V+VV 86
Sunflower is long and tall with a nice udder. She needs to grow and fill out a TON! She is bred back to her sire, Rah, and is due 3/22. Does only $450
Klisse’s TR Hailey 8*M 4/02/2016; wattles S: *B Talache’s Rah D: Talache’s Halla of Hope 7*M Milk: 1-11 229 1640 59 49 LA: 2-03 ++VV 85
Hailey is also long and tall like Sunflower- her spot has gotten too large to show her, so we are waiting to see if we can get the late coloring Saanens into the Sable herdbook. She is definitely a color carrier, as her buck kid was chocolate.
Holly is a fairly correct doe and she was 6xRes last fall, 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 this year as a first freshener, within a 15 day time period. Holly is bred AI to her paternal grandsire, +*B Noble-Springs Dace in hopes of a few bucks. Due in April 9. 3rd buck, $700
Klisse’s TR Harper 2/28/2017 S: *B Talache’s Rah D: Talache’s Halla of Hope 7*M Harper is bred back to her sire, Rah, and is due 4/29. Does only $350
Klisse’s TR Tulip 3/10/17 S: *B Talache’s Rah D: Klisse’s TH Crocus 2*M Tulip earned her dry leg at the Nebraska State Fair and was also BJrDIS at the Oklahoma State Fair. She was used as a teaser for buck collection and was accidentally bred (my fault) to CH *B Klisse’s PRB Joshua and is due 4/19. Does only $400
Klisse’s TE Daylily 4/07/17 S: *B Talache’s Ephraim D: Klisse’s TR Sunflower 3*M LA: 1-03 ++++ 80 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, but her rear udder needs to be wider and her teats more plumb from the rear. Day is bred to *B Talache’s Rah and is due 3/01. 2nd doe, bucks $450
Redbud is not quite a long as the rest of the Rah daughters, so we’ll just have to see how she freshens. She is bred back to her sire, Rah, and is due 2/28. Does only $350
*B Talache’s Hagan AI 2/18/12; heavy color carrier S: SG ++*B Pandanus CVR Executive Suite D: Talache’s Henrici 6*M LA: 3-04 +EV 85
Hagan was a gift from Shannan Lloyd, as his maternal line is from my old Saanen lines, and I’ve always wanted more Suite kids. We had a son out of him years ago, and while his offspring were not big or fancy, they were very correct with good mammaries and lots of milk for their size. Hagan also got an “extra” gift from his sire, and is a heavy duty color carrier, throwing lots of cou blancish type kids when bred to Saanens. Semen available.
*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 Rah is a tall, dairy buck. His paternal sisters did well at Nationals last year in 2015- his 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. Some 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. Due to not getting the outside buck that we wanted, Rah will be getting bred to almost all of the Saanens, with the exception of Holly, even back to his daughters.