As I have mentioned before, I am keeping a friends herd of show Lamanchas for her as she is busy with other things at this time. I have had them since a month or so after they kidded in 2006. So most of them have been here 6-10 months now. I also have the 2006 doe kids. Three she is keeping so they stay here, but she has recently decided to sell the later-born three doelings. So I have three doelings taking up much-needed space in my barn. They need to go. Two of these doelings have mothers that we showed this past year. And they did *very* well, coming home with many ribbons. They milked in my herd this year and more than pulled their weight. The third doeling was delivered here along with her mother in June, and her mother has not been shown. They all three are going to be nice does. But they need to go to make room! The weather has been rough, but I can try to get decent pictures of them soon. Here are the pedigrees. Eccha's kid $150. This doeling is white. Comes with a registration application. http://www.adgagenetics.org/SireDetail.asp?RegNumber=L001328747 http://www.adgagenetics.org/DoeDetail.asp?RegNumber=L001279057 Loopi's kid $250. This doeling is *very* nice. Dark brown with a wide white belt. Has been shown once so she has papers already. Her pedigree: http://www.adgagenetics.org/DoeDetail.asp?RegNumber=L001388088 Mandy's kid $100 or best offer. She is on the small side. She comes with registration application. She is dark brown/black with tan trim. http://www.adgagenetics.org/SireDetail.asp?RegNumber=L001328747 http://www.adgagenetics.org/DoeDetail.asp?RegNumber=L001226398 I know nothing about them before they came to my farm except they are healthy. They have never been sick except for Mandy's kid who had a touch of a cold last summer. They are on the wild side, but will tame down quick with individual attention which I haven't the time to give. This is a chance to get some very nice stock at a nice price. Here is a picture of Eccha and Loopi at the 2006 Ozark Empire Fair after they won all their ribbons. They then went on to do very well again at the Harrison, AR show. Eccha: Loopi: Udder shot. Loopi and Eccha are the two on the left. They milk easily and have not had any problems. A very nice addition to any barn. Eccha was an ugly yearling and a slow maturer, but once she got there, WOW. I suspect her doeling will be the same way.