Haystack is turning out to be an excellent udder buck.
He is a very uphill buck with very good feet and legs. Although he is a silver and can throw white/experimental kids, I felt that his progeny are nice enough to chance an occasional white one. He
finished his championship by going GCH in 2 rings at a show in Missouri, in
addition to a GCH leg he earned as a yearling. His dam,
SGCH Klisse’s KMOH Almond Joy AI 1-05 86 (VVEV), has placed well at the ADGA Nationals. Joy was 2nd place/2nd Udder Two Year-Old
at the 2012 ADGA National Show and was the 5th place Four Year-Old at the 2014
ADGA National Show. Joy’s LA is 4-02 87 VVEV and is a third generation SGCH. Haystack’s litter sister, Klisse’s TA Chocolate Macaroon 11*M 2-02
85 (VV+V) and milked 2-00 202 1762 49 45, easily earning her star on a short lactation. While their sire tends to throw udders that have high, wide rears and shortened foreudders, Haystack’s daughters have shapely, well-attached udders with nice sized, plumb teats. We are using Haystack on does that need udder shape, attachment and teat size. His daughters are very dairy, so he’ll cross well with rough or coarse does that need refinement and dairy
character. Haystack's milking daughters are showing well.
~ Klisse Foster