Oak Apple Farm

Below are our does that have freshened more than once, posted in order of oldest to youngest. Clicking on the name of the doe or the link within the text will take you to an individual goat page with even more information, extended pedigree, and photos (if available). First Fresheners (both does that freshed in 2017 and those that will freshen in 2018) can be seen on their page. Junior Does are are young does that are scheduled to remain open.  They can be seen on their respective group pages (see links above).

Piddlin Acres BZ Whata Diva

Piddlin Acres BZ Whata Diva side view Piddlin Acres BZ Whata Diva rear view

Born 02/04/2006

Linear Appraisal 2015 (permanent) 09-04 EEE+ 88

Lost Valley TB Bonzai x Piddlin Acres Queen of de Nile

Diva is a special goat, and lets us know this as well. Although Diva is our oldest goat, she has a more youthful appearance than her age. Our appraiser thought she was half her age! We want to perpetuate her longevity and dairy appearance. Thanks to Dan Witt of Snowberry Springs for making her available, and thanks to Valerie Russell of Piddlin Acres for breeding her (and allowing us to post the above photos). Click here to go to her page.

SG Piddlin Acres W Taboo

Piddlin Acres W Taboo side view Piddlin Acres W Taboo rear udder

Born 08/05/2007 Linear Appraisal 2015 (permanent) VEEE 90

Sugar Creek NT Sil's Winston *B x Piddlin Acres KR Dilemma

Taboo is also a special goat, and sizzles with presence. Thanks to Dan Witt of Snowberry Springs for making her available, and thanks to Valerie Russell of Piddlin Acres for breeding her (and allowing us to post the above photos). Click here to go to her page.

SG Old Mountain Farm Fast Tempo

Old Mountain Farm Fast Tempo side view
Early fall 2016, stale

Born 08/02/2009

Linear Appraisal 2016 (permanent) EVEV 90

NC Promisedland Sayit Againsam +*B x Old Mountain Farm Oliv a Suddn

Tempo is a lovely doe with great length of body, style, and dairy character. I love her length of rump. Tempo was a sleeper in our herd. She freshened shortly before ADGA Nationals, and I was pleasantly surprised when we clipped her. She went on to amaze us to place 11th in her class at Nationals, especially phenomenal as a five-year-old second freshener. Click here to go to her page.

SG Old Mountain Farm Mizuki

Old Mountain Farm Mizuki side view
Left photo from early fall 2016, stale. Right photo from spring 2016, a few hours fill.

Born 01/13/2010

Linear Appraisal 2015 dry, 2016 tattoo error (dang!)
Linear Appraisal 2017 07-05 V+EV

Old Mountain Farm Hakama *B x SG NC Promisedland Palita E90

Not the best pictures of this nice doe. We are extremely excited to have this daughter of NC Promisedland Palita here! Palita has an exceptional milk production history, milking over 1,000 pounds her first lactation, and makes a consistent appearance on the top ten list. To top that off, Palita appraised 90EEEE. Mizuki herself brings style and elegance while still being well within height, and excellent milk potential as well. She did not settle for 2015; she is confirmed bred via BioPryn. Now obviously pregnant. Click here to go to her page.

SGM RM Solanaceae

SGM RM Solanaceae side view
Milked out in side view above. Udder photo with 12 hours fill (courtesy Blue Star Farm).

Born 02/25/2011

Linear Appraisal -- not appraised yet

*B NC Promisedland S Remington x Fairlea Morelle

Again, not the best pictures of this nice doe. We have been looking for this combination of ancestry for a while, and we are very happy that Solanaceae is here. She arrived dry in late spring, and is now bred to Oak Apple Arioso. Click here to go to her page.

Dragonfly HLJ Ariella

Dragonfly HLJ Ariella side view
A very sulky picture, stale.

Born 03/02/2012

Linear Appraisal 2015 03-04 VVVA 83
Linear Appraisal 2016 04-04 VVVV 87
Linear Appraisal 2017 05-03 V+V+ 85

Dragonfly HFX Hallelujah x Dragonfly MX Ariane 91 EEEE

We are fortunate to have Ariella in our herd, and every time I look at her I thank Joanne Karohl of Dragonfly Farm for letting Ariella have a home in our herd. She is pictured above heavily bred, so not at her best. Ariane, Ariella's dam (pictured below, courtesy of Joanne Karohl), is an exceptional doe that appraised EEEE 91 this year. We lust after that rump structure! Unfortunately, Ariella had a difficult 2015 kidding, and produced a single small buckling. We (again) hope to get photos of Ariella in milk this next year. Click here to go to Ariella's page.

Solway Farm Lady Slipper

2016 photo courtesy Anna Brown of 

Born 04/01/2012

Linear Appraisal 2016 EVEV 89

Old Mountain Farm Arturo x Old Mountain Farm Malva VEEE 90

I met Lady Slipper at the 2016 Oregon State Fair as she was being shown by Anna Brown. I like her nice high, level thurls, which are hard to appreciate in the photo below. Her rump is also long. We are hoping that she will blend well with our breeding program. Thanks to Anna Brown of Camanna's Petite Paradise for letting Lady Slipper and her dam, Old Mountain Farm Malva, join our herd. Arturo (Lady Slipper's sire) is related to our Sugar Moon V Java Pepper, who has been one of our best milk producers. Looking forward to stylish kids with great milk potential! Click here to go to her page.

SGCH Camanna GD Moonlight Opera 2*M

Camanna GD Moonlight Opera side view
Early fall 2016, stale.

Born 05/19/2012

Linear Appraisal 2015 03-02 VEEE 91
Linear Appraisal 2016 04-02 VEEE 90
Linear Appraisal 2017 05-01 VEEE 90

Proctor Hill Farm TO Go Daddy 92 EEE x CH Camanna CS Moonlight Sonata 91 EEEE

There is a good reason why Opera has her name! Now that she is part of the herd, she is not as vocal, and comments when there is just reason. Opera's dam is the incomparable CH Camanna CS Moonlight Sonata E91, a doe that has dairy character in spades, and consistently produces offspring with many of her great traits. Opera pleased us by placing 14th at the 2017 ADGA Nationals, and finishing her championship in limited showing. She milks quickly and completely. She is the foundation of a very strong damline, especially bred to Old Mountain Cernunnos. We heartily thank Anna Brown of Camanna's Petite Paradise for sharing Opera with us. Click here to go to her page.

Castle Rock Snegurochka 3*M

Castle Rock Snegurochka side view
First photo from July 2017. Second photo spring 2016, 12 hour fill.

Born 02/17/2013

Linear Appraisal 2015 02-05 VEVV 87
Linear Appraisal 2016 03-05 +VVV 85
Linear Appraisal 2017 04-04 VVEE 89

CRF Castle Rock Guy Noir +B x GCH Castle Rock Snownamie 2*M 90 VEEE

Snegurochka, aka 'Snegs', is Russian for 'snowmaiden'. I visited Sarah Hawkins of Castle Rock Farm in 2012 and was smitten with Castle Rock Snownamie, Snegs' dam. I love Snownamie's length of body, udder, and general appearance. Snegurochka has an excellent area of attachment; she has started to come into her own this winter; we are hoping that she blossoms in 2017. Snegs was reserved long before her illustrious maternal half sister CH Castle Rock Flash Flood was awarded breed Champion at the 2015 ADGA Nationals. Click here to go to her page.

Proctor Hill Farm OR Castalia 2*M

Proctor Hill Farm OR Castalia side view Proctor Hill Farm OR Castalia rear view
First photo as a fat dry yearling, 2015. Second photo spring 2016, 12 hour fill.

Born 04/14/2014

Linear Appraisal 2016 03-03 A+V+ 79

Proctor Hill Farm IH Omega Red x SGCH Spring Fever Calista 1*M 90 VEEE

Castalia is sweet, and is line bred on her dam, Calista, who has done well in the show ring, appraised well, and has good milk production. A big thanks to Addie Pepoli for breeding Castalia. Unfortunately still dry. Click here to go to her page.

SG Old Mountain Farm Helen

Second freshening, stale

Born 02/16/2015

Linear Appraisal 2016 01-05 VVEA 85
Linear Appraisal 2017 02-04 VEEV 88

Old Mountain Farm Maenar Quinn VVE 88 x NC Promisedland Nemesis

We are excited about the potential of Helen. She has great width, and had a very level rump from thurl to thurl as a kid. She is retaining her nice attributes, and is on track to mature into a phenomenal doe. I absolutely admire Helen's dam, Promisedland Nemesis, who embodies the width and dairy character that our breed needs. I was fortunate enough to see Nemesis ("Sissy") in person in 2017. Click here to go to Helen's page.

Oak Apple Boadicea

Oak Apple Boadicea side view Oak Apple Boadicea rear view
First freshening early fall 2016, stale

Born 03/04/2015

Linear Appraisal 2016 01-04 VVV+ 84
Linear Appraisal 2017 02-03 VEV+ 86

Old Mountain Farm Cernunnos VEV 89 x Camanna RM Painted Lady 6*M VEV+ 87

Boadicea is named after a Celtic queen who defended her people against the Romans. Boadicea was another surprise for us at the 2015 ADGA nationals, and placed 10th in her huge kid class. I like this doe's body--length of rump, chest floor, and long, level back, all on strong feet and legs. She is a sweetie, too! This breeding was repeated for 2016, which resulted in four lovely sisters. Click here to go to Boadicea's page.

Oak Apple Zephyr

Oak Apple Zephyr
First freshening early fall 2016, stale

Born 04/04/2015

Linear Appraisal 2016 01-03 +V+A 81
Linear Appraisal 2017 02-02 +V++ 84

Proctor Hill Farm TO Go Daddy EEE 92 x Old Mountain Farm Storm Brew'n

Zephyr was originally slated to be sold as a yearling, but now we are glad Zephyr did not sell as she has started to 'bloom' later in her first lactation and even more in her second lactation this year. She is from very slow to mature lines, so patience is needed! Please click here to go to Zephyr's page.