Diva is a buckskin and white doeling with all the bells and whistles. She is polled, blue eyed, flashy colored and has moon spots. To top that off she has a good pedigree for both milk and show. Diva is fairly small for her age and I'm not sure how big she will end up. History:
Diva is my baby and she is a complete attention hog. She is fairly well mannered and, although, she seems to like to show, she never places well. However, she will likely be a great milker. She tends to take things in stride and is always willing to go, go, go!
When I first saw Diva on her breeder's website I fell instantly in love. I contacted her breeder immediately and made arrangements to purchase her. Diva got her name because she is fancy as fancy can be. She is polled, blue eyed and has moon spots so she is like the trifecta of bells and whistles. Her registered name is "R Serenity All Dolled Up" and she is from R Serenity Farm in Vancouver, WA and was bred by Brenda Bensmiller. Diva is out of Castle Rock lines on her sire's side and on her dam's side she has Camanna, Poppy Patch, Algedi, New Creations and more. Her mother, "R Serenity CT Girl Next Door" is ++VV85 and has won 1st place and best udder in first year milker at the Clark County Fair. This year her mother moves to Melody Miller-Ennis's farm and will be linear appraised in June, shown and then next year will be on a milk test. I brought Diva home when she was 2 months old and continued her bottle feeding here.
2018-06-09 - Wine Country Classic -
2018-05-26 - NWABGC Udder Spectacular - 9th, 10th, 10th (Too Scared)
2018-05-19 - SWWDGA - 26th, 25th, 23rd (28 in class.)
2017-06-10 - Wine Country Classic - 3x 5th
2017-05-27 - NWABGC Udder Spectacular - 2x 5th, 1x 6th
2017-05-20 - SWWDGA - 2x 14th, 1x Unplaced
6/15/18 - bred to Cajun, due 11/7/18