KC - F6
Mini Nubian Doe
KC (Kansas City) is our lovable and clingy F6 Mini Nubian Doeling. She is white with black / brown markings, a pink nose and lots of beautiful breed character. KC also has some beautiful moon spots and looks like she is wearing eyeliner, Did you notice she has 2 different colored horns? She entered this world on 3/17/19 with 2 buckling brothers. We picked her up 3 short days later and raised her as a bottle baby with 2 other doelings. She was raised inside and didn’t have very thick fur so she spent a lot of time in sweaters during the cold winter months. Farmer Jason,aka human Dad, picked her up and brought her home to our farm. When I returned home we immediately bonded. I think I have an umbilical cord attached to her. When we take our Mini Nubian Does out for walks through the farm she stays close to me. For a long time all of her pictures had my feet in them because she wouldn’t dare let me out of her sight! She is my smallest but youngest Mini Nubian Doe but she is still growing and maturing. I can’t wait to see what the next 6 months holds for my darling KC!
Why the name KC: I was traveling to Kansas City when she was born and I got her photos. She also looks like she has face paint like the old school rock band KISS so I often call her KC Kisses. She gives me kisses so it's very fitting for this beautiful F6 mini nubian doeling.
Fun Fact: KC loves to eat watermelon! I have the most adorable video of her chowing down on half of a watermelon! (KC just loves to eat!)
KC's Dam / Mom
KC's Sire / Dad
You can see where KC get her cute pink nose from. It is compliments of her Beautiful F5 Mini Nubian Doe / Mom, Daisy! Her legal name is HHF LGE EH Fragrant Freesia. Daisy's Dam and Sire are HHF LGE Daylily Frills x Green Gables Eclipse of the Heart. We are eternally grateful to Giving Tree Farm's for entrusting us with this beautiful Mini Nubian Doe!
This handsome, hunky F7 Mini Nubian Buck is her dad, Knightwolf's Leonardo, aka Leo! This is his Dam's, Sonflower Ranch’s Tippy, udder picture. Look at her milking genetics.!