Known as "Fred," the first kids from this Lakeshore Ace Bellagio x J&M Hideaway Patriot son arrived Dec 2020. Absolutely loved what this boy can do with the Blue Nevada Joe line mixed with Lakeshore and Wingwood. His first daughters freshen this year at Hoanbu. He is creating an outstanding core of girls for us here at the farm!
We fell in love with this big guy the moment we saw his picture! He has tremendous width and depth and is super correct. His babies have immaculate toplines, bone, width, depth and dairy strength! Wow!
This boy caught my eye while looking for another buck at the Mountain Muse Farm! I could not get him out of my mind, and, as Providence would have it, he was made available to us unexpectedly! He is a perfect "bridge" genetically for our bucks, with our favorite Tao Amicus from Wingwood, Playboy and Mountain Muse/Lakeshore and an outstanding new-to-us dam line with the beautiful Francis Creek line! His first kids arrive this spring out of Wingwood/Blissberry bred full sisters Fig and Fog!
Little Dude was an unexpected surprise. He is a beautifully bred Blissberry Good Things Come son out of the lovely Goody Goody Gumdrops. His dam, Songbird, is an AI Time in a Bottle daughter with a beautiful mammary. He is going to be a long, tall, dairy boy with very correct feet and legs. Did I mention he has a super cute face?
This Atlas son is here because of his outstanding dam, Ave-Maria. She just stood out to me while perusing their stock, and, after a quick phone call, we were thrilled to reserve this beautiful boy! We love his linebreeding to littermates Atlas and Aviva, and are pleased to add a dash of Candyman to our herd. Super excited to see what Gus can do!
So excited to add this boy to our core line-up! Henry, of course, has outstanding breed character thanks to the Jacob's Pride program, and a rock-solid pedigree. He has cousins working in the Lakeshore and J&M Hideaway herds, so we are expecting similarly fabulous results with our herd's genetics! Let the fun begin! Henry will be very busy here this fall. I suspect he will be more than able to fulfill his obligations.