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Coyote Creek Dairy

Breeding Quality Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats Since 2006
Coyote Kidz
Senior Does
Our lovely milking does all have their own personalities, strengths and weaknesses. We are a growing herd and hope to add quite a bit in the next few years. Once we have a few more does in milk we plan to start with the DHI testing to keep improving quality. Some of our starter does come from humble backgrounds but we keep them for their excellent performance in the milk pail!

Our goals for the future are to have does that produce at least 4lbs (half gallon) of milk per day, with 6% or better milkfat and protein. Lofty goals for a little farm but one day we’ll get there!

Eastside Sunny

DOB: 6/13/2006
Registered AGS

Sire: Lil Critters Farm Boots
Grand Sire: Sugar Pine Sharin' The Dream
Grand Dam: Gimlin Half Acre Karma's Kisses

Dam: One Horse Flicka
Grand Sire: Knee High Grasshopper
Grand Dam: Lake Hill Brown Sugar
Sunny was our very first Nigerian doe. We got very lucky with her being such a strong doe that has held up so well over the years. As a 9 year old she averaged 3lbs per day for 3 months. Sunny comes from one of the original lines of registered Nigerians that were brought to Montana. She is heavily line bred and passes on strong characteristics to her offspring. We don't have many of her daughters from her early years, we didn't know as much and bred to lesser quality bucks back then. Some of her later daughters are absolute gems, retaining much of her style and dairy strength but adding good capacity to the udder.

We may breed her once more to try for another daughter out of our nicer bucks, but she is long deserving of retirement. 

Sunny pictured at 8yrs old with 8th fresh udder. The 2nd picture is Sunny at 11 years old with 10 freshenings from the rear and side view.
The next is the only one we have of her dam Flicka as a dry yearling then there is one of Sunny at a few days old. 

Coyote Kidz Daisy

DOB: 5/4/2010
Registered AGs

Sire: AGS Gateway Kaleidoscope Eyes
Grand Sire: AGS Lost Valley TB Kaleidoscope *S
Grand Dam: AGS Lost Valley KW Brandy

Dam: AGS Eastside Sunny
Grand Sire: Lil Critters Farm Boots
Grand Dam: One Horse Flicka
Daisy has good overall appearance but some major improvements need to be made.  She has done ok in the shows she has been in but never quite passing her mother.  On her first and second freshening she gave us a few gorgeous daughters all with more of their Grand Dam Sunny's style and correctness. 2016 has been the first year we have even tried to actually handle her at all (again college and life and stuff) so her udder isn't in great shape from all the kids she's had. She is however proving to be quite competitive in production averaging 2 quarts of milk a day! Pictured at 6 years old with 6 freshenings. 
Pictured below:
Sunny as 8yr old with 8th fresh udder. This is the only photo we have of Kaleidoscope
Then there is Daisy letting a judge know what she thinks of "showing"

Coyote Kidz Golden Lily

DOB: 5/18/2013

Sire: AGS Capstone Farm Samuel
Grand Sire: AGS NC Promisedland RC Sorcerer
Grand Dam: AGS Kids Corral CR Tapestry

Dam: AGS Eastside Sunny
Grand Sire: Lil Critters Farm Boots
Grand Dam: One Horse Flicka
When we first started milking, Lily was painfully shy and slightly wild as once again college happened and a few years of kids got away with not as much handling. Since then she has settled right down and is just as calm and sweet as her mother Sunny. With her we got capacity but lost a lot in conformation comparing to her dam. She needs more strength and straightness in her feet and legs. Her udder could use a higher tighter rear attachment with way more width in the escutcheon. She does have lovely extension in the fore udder and a wonderful texture. This little doe milks like a dream! Her teats are large and she gives a consistent  ½ gallon per day!
Pictured below:
Sunny as 8yr old with 8th fresh udder. Sire: AGS Capstone Farm Samuel photo courtesy of Heidi Etter.

Coyote Kidz Blue Opal

DOB: 10/6/2014

Sire: AGS Prairie Wood Sir Issac Newton
Grand Sire: AGS MCH Everwood The Gambler
Grand Dam: AGS Prairie Wood Kia Blue

Dam: AGS Coyote Chocolate Sunday
Grand Sire: Gateway Kaleidoscope Eyes
Grand Dam: AGS Coyote Kidz Bunny Tracks
Opal is a doe that flew under the radar until recently.  One of the only kids out of Sunday before she was given to a 4-H family as a pet,  Opal was sold with her dam as kid and came back to us as a 2 year old.
She was bred late and kidded for the first time in September.  Love the fore udder atachment on this doe, and boy dose she have capacity! She could be a litte wider in the eschutchion but the over all height and udder atachment is good. She is pictured fluffy just after her first freshening. She is a long doe that is nice and level with a lot of width in the chest floor. 

Pictured below:
Coyote Kidz Chocolate Sunday as a dry yearling and Opal as a week old Kid

Camanna RM Painted Lady 6*M

DOB: 02/21/2012

Sire: Rosasharn SP Monet +*B
Grand Sire: Rosasharn SW Sapporo ++B
Grand Dam:  AGS Rosasharn Tom's Bit-A-Lilly 2*M

Dam: AGS Rosasharn UN Bumble B 5*M
Grand Sire:  AGS Rosasharn TL Unregrettable
Grand Dam:  AGS Rosasharn UMT Honey Bee 4*M
We where lucky enough to buy Lady and picked her up over new years bred, she gave us a single doeling out of Old Mountain Farm Carenunos and we couldn't be happier. Lady is easily a favorite in the barn. She is a solid bodied doe that is easy to milk, easy to handle, and just all around wonderful disposition. She has done very well on milk test this summer averaging just over 3lbs per day and excelling in protine and butterfat percentages. While she could use some improvment in the rear attachment of her udder, it has a soft texture, well balanced and large teats and teat orfices. 
Pictured below:
Dam AGS Rosasharn UN Bumble B 5*M Sire Monet and Paternal Grand Dam Tom's Bit-A-Lilly
Photos courtesy of Camanna’s Petite Paradise

Old Mountain Farm Anahid

DOB: 02/17/2015

Sire: Old Mountain Farm Bold Elk
Grand Sire: Old Mountain Farm Stag +B
Grand Dam:  NC Promisedland Nemesis 2*M 

Dam: Old Mountain Farm Anahita
Grand Sire:  AGS Old Mountain Farm Just Zip It
Grand Dam:  AGS Roundabout Persian Princess
Littermate Sister to 2017 ADGA National Champion 
Old Mountain Farm Merriment!!

 Anahid is very long and a relativly narrow doe, she gave us two doelings as a second freshener. She has tremendous udder capacity and is rocking her milk test averaging just over 3 1/3lbs per day with excellent butterfat protiene. She is one that gets extra grain because she absoulty milks everything out. She is a little shy around strangers but has become a very easy doe to work with. We will be breeding her to add some width but maintain the beautiful shaped udder she has with wonderful atachments. 
Pictured below:
Dam Old Mountain Farm Anahita Sire Old Mountain Farm Bold Elk and Paternal Grand Dam NC Promisedland Nemesis 2*M 
Photos courtesy of Old Mountain Farm and Cheryle Moore-Smith, Thank you for breeding such beautiful champions!

Flint Creek S Shadow's Tilly

DOB: 06/04/2013

Sire: TX Twincreeks RM Silvio *B
Grand Sire: Castle Rock Rainmaker
Grand Dam:  GCH TX Twincreeks WDF Sarafina 2*M

Dam: TX Twincreeks Pepper Pot
Grand Sire:  Piddlin Acres BD Ginseng
Grand Dam:  GCH AGS Twin Creeks ARG Mithril Silver 2*M

Flint Creek S Two Step

DOB: 06/02/2013

Sire: RTX Twincreeks RM Silvio *B
Grand Sire: Castle Rock Rainmaker
Grand Dam:  GCH TX Twincreeks WDF Sarafina 2*M

Dam: Flint Creek Sinnamon 
Grand Sire:  AGS TX Twincreeks FAX Hidalgo *B
Grand Dam:  AGS Rosasharn GX Nutmeg