Farm Name: Kandi
Breed: American Alpine
Registration #: AA1918564
ETA 31 75
Kandi will be a first fresher for 2020 kidding. We are very exited to see her developed. Kandi Dam is featured on the right and as you can see is quite the phenomenal animal. Thank you Sherpani Alpines for the photo. A stunning body type, just like her mother! Super dairy and long bodied, Kandi is sharp with smoothy blended shoulders and a wide, level rump. She stands on good feet and legs.
Hoach's Revolution can speak for himself in pedigree. He has many characteristics of his gorgeous dam CH The Hoachs Rose Reflection! Reflection was the 1st place yearling milker at the 1992 National show. She was Alpines International All-American yearling and All-American two year old. She combined an extremely high, wide rear udder attachment, with a long smoothly blended and very widely attached fore udder. Her teats were nearly ideal. All her daughters have been beautiful. In addition, GCH Hoach's Zeanna 9*M FS91(EEEE), was one of our all time favorites.
Revolution's sire, *B Willow Run LA Armand is out of the beautiful two time National Champion GCH Maple-Glen Classic's Angela *M.
Milking daughters from Waiilatpu farms are very dairy and have fancy udders.
Naomi and Seraphia both placed 6th in their respective age groups at the 2005 National show.
SGCH Heavenly-Dairy Kassie 1*M (92 EEEE) Kassie has been 1st place with 1st Udder twice at the National Show, 2011 as a 2 year old and 2016 as an aged doe. She comes from a long line of milk producing does, either on her maternal or paternal side with every dam, going as far back as 4 generations plus, being Superior Genetic Champions or Superior Genetic Grand Champions. Kassie, as an SGCH herself, a 6th generation S/GCH on her maternal side, has a lifetime DHIR of 816 days in milk and 8540# of milk. *Kasie’s linear scores have all be very good or excellent, as was her yearling appraisal of 89 VVVE and her 5th (FS) and 6th year old appraisals being 92 EEEE. Her 6th year appraisal included a 45 on foreudder and 40 for rump angle.