Dill's RD Conundrum - out on lease

DOB:  1/27/13

03/05/17:  Tested for CAE - results negative

06/13/16:  Tested for CAE - results negative

07/29/15:  Tested for CAE - results negative

01/25/15:  Tested for Johnes - results negative

09/14/14:  Tested for CAE - results negative

09/30/13:  Tested for CAE - results negative


2014 LA:  VEcEc  FSV

Stature:  20"

3rd place Senior Kid at the 2013 ADGA National Show!

Conundrum has wonderful milking genetics and Linear Appraisal scores in her background.  I can't thank Ellen at Dill's A Little Goat Farm enough for letting her join my herd and for the use of the photos of her and her relatives!  I promise I will get a picture worthy of her soon! 

Conundrum's 3rd fresh udder with an overnight fill at about 3 months fresh.  Love the attachment, teat placement, udder texture .... love it all!

Pictured above is Conundrum's dam, the beautiful SG Dill's KJ Misstery *D *M.  Misstery appraised +VVV 85 in 2010, VEEE 90 in 2011, and VEEV 89 in 2013.  Here's what Ellen had to say about Misstery back in 2013:

Let me introduce you all to Misstery! She's a coming 7 year old with her birthday in March. She was born to a Flat Rocks doe named Get a Clue...dam raised, but human friendly from birth. She used to escape from her mother and follow my sons all over the farm, you know...helping! ;o) When they moved out, she was too big to climb through the panels, but I used to let her out to follow me on my rounds...and after the hubs came on the scene, he'd do the same occasionally. We rarely let her out anymore, as she has more important business to attend to these days, though she'd probably tell you otherwise if given the chance! :o) Misstery nearly always gives us doe kids...she has them with no trouble at all, and if I happen to be absent, she'll clean them and get them up and happily hand them off to me, though she does tattle on me whenever the mood strikes. Misstery loves to milk, she milks well & easily, is quiet on the stand though she does scold if I'm late! Though I consider her a brood quality animal, Misstery has proven her value to the herd by producing our 2012 1st place 1st udder 3 year old at the ADGA National show...the lovely Dill's W Intrigue 2*M. Misstery LAd VEEE 90 in 2011, milked over 1000 pounds in 2012 and gave me a gorgeous pair of doe kids on January 27th! She is SG Dill's KJ Misstery *D,*M! And I love her to pieces!

Conundrum's sire, NC PromisedLand MS River Dance *B is shown above and his awesome dam, the recently deceased SGCH NC PromisedLand PAL Macarena 5*D 5*M 'E91', is shown below.



Show Wins:

2013:  3rd place Senior Kid at the 2013 ADGA National Show


Color/Pattern Genetics:

Conundrum is black with a white poll and frosted ears.


Kidding History:

2014:  Didn't settle

04/06/15:  Buck/doe twins - sired by Proctor Hill Farm BO Zumba (see Shere Country ZU Dilemma)

03/19/16:  Triplet does sired by *B Dill's XM Lonestar *S 'E90'

03/31/17:  Triplet bucks sired by Wren Farm Xtraordinary


See her extended pedigree here:  Conundrum's Pedigree


Sire:  NC PromisedLand MS River Dance + *B

SS:  NC PromisedLand Sharpie Meanstreak

SD:  SGCH NC PromisedLand PAL Macarena 5*D 5*M 'E91'

Dam:  SG Dill's KJ Misstery *D *M 'VG89'

DS:  Dill's AC Katzenjammer *S

DD:  Flat Rocks Get A Clue















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