ALPINES


DEDICATED TO  D-D
THE QUEEN ! !

        The alpines  at  WILLY-D's  are the mainstay of  our herd of beautiful  dairy goats .  We  have  selected  semen from some of the finest bucks  in the nation to continue our quest for excellence.   With semen  from  " TANGLEROOT " , " SODIUM OAKS " , " REDWOOD HILLS " , " HOACH's " , " WAIILATPU" ,   and others,  we have  continued  the excellence we set as a standard.

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                                                        HOACH's SRS GOLIATH
                    WILLY-D's GOLATIC MOONSHINE (AI)
                                              BAM CHE's MILKWAY
 WILLY-D's MS  VENUS 
                                        WAIILATPU JIM COWBOY
                      WILLY-D's D-D&C SUNSHINE (AI)
                                        IDAHO's SBS-2   DOUBLE  DIPPER
         3/29/2002
MS VENUS is a first class looking little lady, she combines the best of both lines , into a smooth elegant doeling with lots of  G A and the style    Like her dam,this doeling  won her dry leg in the first show  attended

 
 
 TANGLEROOT RISING SUN
             IDAHO's SBS-2 TAKEYLA SUNRISE (AI)
BAM LEIA's SANDEY
       WILLY-D's  TAKEYLA  FANTACY
 REDWOOD HILLS SUNSHINE REVERIE
         IDAHO'S SBS-2 M-WAY's SNORTS (AI)
BAM CHE's MILKYWAY
                                                   3/15/2001
smooth and very stylish,  fantacy  easily won her dry leg the first outing.  she will be the girl to watch for in our  milkers come the spring of  2003
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                                       SUNSHINE STELLA's VICAR
           REDWOOD HILLS SUNSHINE REVERIE
                           REDWOOD HILLS FORTUNE TELLER
IDAHO's SBS-2 TINA's HOOTER  (AI)
                               GOODTREE  I  GOLDEN SEQUOIA
                  BAM TILLY's TINA
                                 BAM SHERRY's REDWOOD TILLY
        5/5/1999
 HOOTER  is  well on her way to the CH status with 2 legs accomplished and  only having been to 4 shows.  This very large doe has all the smoothness that comes with the  Reverie genetics and still retained the productivity  of the  Bam lines.

 
 
SODIUM OAKS ROYAL RISK
                      SODIUM OAKS SASIN
SODIUM OAKS KIWI MALLOW
           IDAHO's SBS-2  SOS CECEILLIA (AI)
GOODTREE  I  GOLDEN SEQUOIA
                    BAM TILLY's  TEELA
 BAM SHERRY's REDWOOD TILLY
                                                         5/7/1999
CECEIL   is maternally related  to Hooter, as  their dams  were twins. While the sires have played major roles in the difference between these does, the dam line has pushed the productivity forward.   With so many other does to present for inspection, we have not shown ceceil.  She will be shown in the future as  she has finally matured into her expected style.
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                                      THREE - RINGS GOLDEN ICON
                   GOODTREE  I  GOLDEN SEQUOIA
                                    GOODTREE NEON RAINBEAUX
BAM PRINCES LEIA PRINCES DIANA
                              TIFDOROYL ISC CHA-CHANCELLOR
                  BAM DAISEY's PRINCES LEIA
                                                    BAM DAISEY MAY
          2/19/1998
DIANA  is  the style  and beauty that Barney sold me.   There is no  guessing where the production comes from. The  Three-Rings herd as well as the Goodtree herd spell nothing but style and MILK.   Its been my good fortune to have  such lovely does to build from.  Diana has sat by quietly while we have campaigned other  does,  now with the death of our leading  lady, Diana will finally step forward and shine.

 
 
SHAHENA'KO CROWN ROYAL
              TIFDOROYL SCR IS ROYAL
TIFDOROYL TSD IZZY ISHTA
         TIFDOROYL TIR PENNIE'S PANDORA
TANGLEROOT MAIN ROYAL
            TIFDOROYL TMR PHINESSE PENNIE
WASHOE ZEPHYR WZP PHA PHINESSE
                                                 3/20/1997    LA fs  87
PANDORA  is the classic example  of the quality that  Doug and  Judy had in their herd.    I purchased  Pandora in 2000, she has been one of the greatest assets to my program.  She stepped out in 2002  and picked up another RGCH ribbon on a  stale udder.  This doe  has been shown 2 times  since she moved to our herd and  placed RGCH both times  behind  other herd mates. 

 
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