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Tule Creek Dream Overhaul

Feb 2022 Kid

Goat , LaMancha , Buck (male) |Black & Tan

ADGA# L002231956 | DOB: 2/11/2022 (2 yrs)

Sire: M'S Sagebrush Dream Maelstrom

M'S Sagebrush Dream Maelstrom

LaMancha Buck (male) Black with white trim

ADGA# L2186856 DOB: 3/11/20213 yrs

Maelstrom lives at our friend Carey Bartram's farm where she has been raising dairy goats for some time now. When we met we became instant friends which is good because I will be purchasing more from her herd. Her animals are beautiful! As the crazy weather in Nebraska settles down, we will get updated pictures of this handsome guy but I got the pleasure of seeing him in real life ...
  | ADGA# L2186856 | Black with white trim
Dam: Blackwing FX Widow (GCH pending)

Blackwing FX Widow (GCH pending)

LaMancha Doe (female)

ADGA# PL1793779 DOB: 4/4/20168 yrs

Widow resides at Tule Creek Farm in Nebraska, with our friend Carey Bartram. She is what I call a power milker. As a 4th freshener she is giving 13.7 pounds of milk at 53 DIM! Although she is smaller in stature she stands on very correct feet and has amazing spring of ribs. I was fortunate enough to see this doe in person and her "antics" I can tell you she passed on to her son Over ...
  | ADGA# PL1793779
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This guy has quite the story.

In 2022 I sought out a few farms looking for a new bucklings. I needed to bring in some new genetics so I reached out to a friend of mine (Katy Vincent - Prairie Ridge Dairy Goats) to ask for recommendations. Katy gave me several farms to look at and after researching, I landed on two. Tule Creek and M's Sagebrush. I reached out to both (not realizing that they were good friends and similar styles) and received communication from Tule Creek first.

Being the impulsive person I am (a GREAT trait in this scenario), I put down my deposit and started making arrangements. A few days later Marshall (M's Sagebrush) reached out to me after seeing a post I had that was offering Here Be Goats KV Maycee to go back to her original breeder. Kelley Hines (Here Be Goats) was having a tough year and Marshall offered to gift me a buckling in return for me gifting Maycee to Kelley.

If you know me, you KNOW that I love a good story stitched with love so I gladly accepted. I started making arrangements with him for pick up and he was also offering ANOTHER local friend of mine (South Fork LaManchas) as a birthday present one of his doelings. I reached out to Marilou and Richie of South Fork LaManchas to see if they wanted to split gas with me and the rest was history!

One weekend I made a trip to Winslow, Arizona to visit Marshall and Trudy and I loved my buckling so much I also asked if I could bring home a doe kids as well and the very next weekend I visited Hallam, NE and met Lee & Carey Bartram (who had no available doe kids when I asked them as well) to bring home the other amazing buckling. Both places I found new friends and great animals!

I am so fortunate to have these animals in my herd and to have gained two new friends!

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Health Records
Date Procedure Details/Notes
9/14/2023Supplements - Copper
Copper bolus 4g (Oral)
12/9/2022Disease Testing - CAE (Blood)
Negative (2022 Herd CAE & Johnes)
4/30/2022Finance - Purchase 2022
Purchased from Tule Creek Farms

Updated 5/23/2024