Roka will be shown extensively this year as a junior. This winter, depending on her size, I may breed her for April/May 2019 kids. Either way, she will be shown again next year and likely on into her future. Her show career will give me not only insight into her, but what her mother produces and will guide future breedings in order to improve my herd. As soon as she is eligible she will get her Linear Appraisal score and will go on milk test.History:
Roka is the first born of the Banshee herd. She is out of my foundation doe Alani and was sired by an excellent Castle Rock buck who was out of my favorite doe ever Sly Farms Catalina and sired by Castle Rock Black Oak who is also one of my favorites. She is a well bred little girl with many champions, several 90+ linear appraisals and milk stars in her pedigree. Roka was born 2/1/18 in the late morning while I rushed home from work after spying her mother's labor on my web cams. She stood right up, but it took her quite a while to figure out which end of her mother to nurse from! She was the smallest and most timid of her siblings.
2018-06-09 - Wine Country Classic -
2018-05-26 - NWABGC Udder Spectacular - 9th, 10th, 8th (19 in class)
2018-05-19 - SWWDGA - 7th, 8th, 7th (13 in class. Wild.)