Foggy River Farm Baileys OnIce
Sire: CRF Castle Rock Gobi
(Rosasharn TL Sitka Spruce +*S x ARMCH Lost Valley TB Infinity 4*D)
Dam: CRF Castle Rock Sedona
(Dragonfly Odysseus *S x SG Castle Rock Annabelle)
Foggy River Farm Bailey’s OnIce was a first freshener when we had her. She had wonderful udder texture, open orifices, and a strong MSL. If hay quality was better (the extreme drought really effected quality this past year) and if Bailey wasn’t such a picky eater I’m sure her production would have been an improvement over her dam, Castle Rock Sedona. Bailey’s sire, Gobi was out of Lost Valley TB Infinity who earned her milk star as a first freshener, is a finished champion and has been awarded the Superior Genetics designation from ADGA in 2015.
CRF Castle Rock Sedona
Sire: Dragonfly Odysseus *S
(Rosasharn TL U’gene *S x ARMCH Dragonfly Calliope *D E)
Dam: SG Castle Rock Annabelle
(Buttin’Heads Sharp No.2 Pencil x PGCH Twin Creeks WB Christabelle *D AR 1959)
Castle Rock Sedona is incredibly long and has tremendous body capacity. Sedona never looked pregnant, even when carrying triplets. Sedona had a well attached udder with good texture, open orifices and has a very nice level milking curve.
(Unknown Sire x Unknown)
Daisy, a pygmy, was a moderate producer of very rich, creamy milk. She had very large, easy to milk teats. She had a lot of capacity and wide enough to push out a 6 lb buckling (pictured just a few hours old) when she, herself, was only 40 lbs. She could have used better attachments and larger orifices.