State Line Dairy Goats

Sr. Herdsires

Buddy pictured as a 4 year old
State Line B Dbl E Dbl R UN (aka Buddy)
DOB: 4/8/10 ~ N1537698
SS: ++*B SGCH Kastdemur's Audacious 89 VVE
Sire:  *B SG Kastdemur's AM Mojito
SD: SGCH Kastdemur's Misha 3*M 90 EEEE
DS: *B +*B Willow Run AT Enferno
Dam: SG Lakeshore-Farms Lace Lilu 87 VEEV
DD: SGCH Lakeshore-Farms T.P. Lacey 1*M 91 EVEE
2014 LA: 90 EEE
2012 LA: 90 EEE
2014 Show Results:
1 X GCH (earned leg)
 We are very excited to get this guy back!  A BIG THANK YOU goes out to Sheryl at Bryrpatch Dairy Goats for taking good care of him for the past couple of years and for giving us the opportunity to bring him back home!  We lost his dam the year after he was born and, unfortunately, we were not able to get a daughter to keep from Lilu.  We decided to use him in the fall of 2011 on Lark, since we really love her daughter, Robin, who was sired by another Lilu son named Rebel.  The results, Raven and Kestrel, were not disappointing.
Buddy is level over the topline, he stands on strong feet and legs, he has good breed character and lovely dairy character.  At only 2 years old, he scored 90 EEE.  We think that is pretty impressive for a young buck.
Pictured as a 2 year old (Pictures courtesy of Sheryl Clifton at Bryrpatch Dairy Goats):
Buddy's dam, Lilu:

Pictured as a 2 year old, June 2014. 
Quarter Mile Patriot
DOB: 2/24/12 ~ N1600804
SS: ++*B Kastdemur's King Of The Hill
Sire: Kastdemur's Score 'Em Big
SD: Kastdemur's SexInTheCity
DS: *B Kastdemur's AM Mojito
Dam: CH Quarter Mile Ms. Paylin
DD: CH Quarter Mile Mulieke's Maylin
2014 LA: 87 VVV
2014 Show Results:
 We absolutely love this dairy guy!  He's long, tall and wide.  He's very sharp and angular with loose pliable skin.  Lovely topline and strong feet and legs.  We admire his dam, such a tall, correct doe with a lovely udder.  We love Patriot's first kid crop!  Very stylish and consistant kids.  Wide, wide, wide!  Lovely toplines and strong feet and legs. 
Fall 2013 Update:
We thought we were going to lose Patriot this summer to what the vets believe was listeriosis.  It was a long, hard fought battle for both him and us!  He is still putting on the weight that he lost, but he is fully recovered otherwise and back to work!  We cannot wait to see his second kid crop! 
Pictured as a yearling, June 2013:
Pictured as a kid, June 2012: