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GCH Hops N Lops ​Wysteria 2*M

American Nubian     05/07/2014     DNA Typed & Parent Verified     A/B Casein     G6S Normal by Testing

                              ++*B Sand-Bur-Kids SC Grizzly

            ++B Saada Ishmael  (08-02) EEV 90

                              SG Saada Lady Bathsheba  (01-02) VEVV 87

+*B Saada El-Tuzla

                              ++*B SG Saada Gandolph Gado  (02-06) VEGV 87

            SGCH Saada El-Levitica 3*M  (03-00) EEEE 92

                              SGCH Saada El-Kaziah 2*M  (06-02) EVEE 92


                              *B Kastdemur's Full Mailbox

            Beornings Yukio

                              CH Beornings Kijuuki  (01-03) GEVG 83

Hops N Lops Bellatrix 1*M  (05-02) VEEE 91

                              *B Lynnhaven D Gypsy Csardas  (05-03) GGV 84

            Lakeridge Farm Harriet

                              Lakeridge Farm Amy

Linear Appraisal History:

2014   (00-02)  ++A   A Young Stock Appraisal

2015   (01-01)  V+V  V Young Stock Appraisal

2016   (02-01)  V++V  86

2017   (03-03)  V+VE  90

2018   (04-00)  VVEE  90

2021   (07-02)  EEEE  91

DHIR and One Day Milk Test History:

(02-10)   305DIM  2720  117F  101P

(02-10)   352DIM  3130  138F  118P

(03-11)   237DIM  2480  100F    98P

(04-08)   274DIM  2310  100F   82P

(05-10)   284DIM  2180    95F   78P

(06-11)   191DIM  1860    79F   64P 

National Show Placings & Notable Wins:

2016   12th Place Two Year Old

2018    7th Place Four Year Old


2018 INBA D1 Specialty GCH & Best Udder

2018 INBA D2 Specialty RGCH

2018 INBA All American Four Year Old

2017 INBA Res All American Three Year Old

2016 INBA Res All American Two Year Old

2015 INBA Res All American Senior Yearling


2018 CGDA Nutmeg Classic GCH and BUOB

2017 CDGA Nutmeg Classic GCH and BOB

2017 NHDGA Show GCH

2016 PDGC Champagne Classic BUOB

Where do I start with describe this doe and the legacy she's produced for us. Even at almost ten years old, she is still a doe that excels in every part of the scorecard. She was certainly a plain looking kid that was looked over and moved to the end of the line many times because she didn't have the dairyness and angularity. She was a "boxy" looking young doe, but she just needed to time to grow into herself where that wouldn't over look how she excelled in feet and legs, topline and rump along with plenty of width and depth throughout. Thankfully her offspring are not as extreme of an awkward baby as she was, I always remind those who purchase from this line it won't take too long but you need to be patient. 


When she freshened, it was hard to not look at her. She has tremendous area of attachment with a wide, smooth fore udder, beautiful width of rear udder that milks down extremely well. She finally milked off the extra weight had as a junior doe and her length of bone pattern and angularity really started to shine. Now as a very mature doe, she is still just as correct and I cannot express enough how amazing this doe still is. She is still more level and strong across her back than many does are at their peak, pasterns that resemble a two year old's and while the biggest complaint she got was she could be tighter at the should blade, but it never got worse as she matured. She is truly a reminder of what I expect in my does, and while I like to give my older does their time to rest at home I am frequently temped to take her back into the show ring. 


I emphasis my goal of a breeding program is animals that reproduce themselves in their offspring and are not a one hit wonder, and she absolutely has proven that as did her littermate sister Mystique. Wysteria already has excellent appraising daughters that resemble her so much with improvements in dairy strength. We've used both a son and grandson with success, and her genetics have gone on to do well in other herds. I wish I had the time and help to get her daughters into the show ring more than I have recently, but they are certainly something I'm proud to have in the barn. 


It's been a few years since we showed Wysteria, and after a scary kidding in 2021 that left me a bit shook up and her completely fine we gave her 2022 off. We do intend to breed her another time or two, and we hope to get one last herd sire from her and I wouldn't mind a few more daughters but she has certainly earned her place in our barn. 


Four Year Old, Third Freshener

Four Year Old, Third Freshener

Three Year Old Second Freshener


Two Year Old, First Freshener

Two Year Old, First Freshener

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Four Year Old, Third Freshener

Two Year Old, First Freshener

Three Year Old Second Freshener

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