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Country Dreams Pixie "Emma"

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3rd generation Mini Nubian goat

Country Dreams Pixie (a.k.a. 'Emma')
3rd gen AMERICAN
Sire: Echo Hill's Shining Star (4th gen)
ss: FMCH Rainbow Meadow's Charlie Brown
sd: Hidden Creek's Sierra Wind
Dam: Country Dreams Dora (2nd gen.)
ds: Carey's Swet Pea
dd: Morning-Glow Flax
DOB: 4/13/07
EMMA as we call her, is a beautiful red doe with a white belt and frosted ears and nose. I thought I wouldn't be needing any more does to add to my herd... Until I saw Emma! Star only gave us one doeling in 2008 so when I had an opportunity to buy one of his daughters from another farm, I couldn't resist. Emma has lovely breed character and conformation. She is very long bodied with correct feet and legs and a strong topline. Her dam is a great milker giving nearly 8 lbs (1 gallon) of milk a day. Her sire Star also comes from a line of great milkers, so Emma should be a wonderful little milk goat. I really look forward to seeing her freshen in 2009! Thank you Andrea for selling this wonderful little doe to me.

Show Wins:
2008 - 2nd place Sr. Yearling in MDGA's Virtual show (placing right behind Grace who took RsCH)

Pictures of Emma and her relatives...

Emma's first freshening udder:


Emma as a dry yearling:

Photobucket Emma as a dry yearlingEmma escuteoun
                                    as a dry yearlingEmma as a dry yearling

Emma as a kid:


Emma as an older kid:


Here are some pictures of Emma's kids

2009 - Twins - 1 buck, 1 doe (Sired by Echo Hill's Shining Star):

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Emma's dam, Country Dreams Dora:

Dora, Emma's dam

Carey's Sweet Pea, dam of Dora and Morning-Glow Flax, sire of Dora:


Emma's sire, Echo Hill's Shining Star (click on his picture to view Star's page):


Emma's paternal grandsire, Rainbow Meadows Charlie Brown:


Emma's paternal granddam, Hidden Creek's Sierra Wind. In the udder picture, she was already part way milked:


If you have any questions or comments about Emma or her relatives, please feel free to contact me via the 'Contact Us" page. We always love to hear what other people think of our goats!

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