I really did think I had done enough - cutting my herd back to only 12 total, but with my daughter leaving for University tomorrow, and me having a extra tough time walking the past two weeks, it has hit home that I still need to make cuts no matter how much it hurts my heart to do so. Since Violet will be on a break, that only leaves me one second freshener (my daughters doe Lotus) and 3 first freshners to kid next year. Four is doable, especially if I can stagger their kiddings out enough for me to recover inbetween times.
So I have listed Creamy and Gal for sale as does in milk. Both are two years old and have blue-eyes. Creamy is a 2nd freshener with exceptional teat length and large orifices. She is one of my all time favorite does to milk in over past 15 years, and she stands quietly for hoof trimming. Gal is a very promising first freshener who is also people friendly and has great milk stanchion manners. Her teats are not as long as Creamy's but her orifice size is good and she is easily hand milked.
I am offering a discount if they are purchased together. I have found that purchasing does in pairs tends to make their transition to a new home easier on them.
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