Woodtrail Graziers Marigold: A dry yearling, Marigold has a lot of maturity and size for her age. She has a very strong chine and is very smooth and blended. She won Champion Junior Alpine at the 2017 MDGA Open show.
Woodtrail Graziers Coriander: Only being a milking yearling, she won Grand Champion Alpine at the Wills Fair this year. Her long, level topline and openness of rib will make her really stand out once she gets some size in the next couple years. She was accidentally bred as a doeling, and had a half Nubian half Alpine kid. She was bred to Musket in early September.
Woodtrail Graziers Azalea: Lea's disbudding only worked on one horn, so when she was older the other horn had to be surgically removed. The stress caused her to lose weight and fell behind the others, but she is now catching up and will soon surpass her fellow yearlings. She placed 2nd in a large class of yearlings in one of the rings at the open MDGA show.
Woodtrail Graziers Callie: Callie is a broken chamoisee, an American Alpine, though she resembles an Oberhasli. She has a very wide spring of rib, and wide bone pattern for her size. Callie placed 1st in her class at the MDGA youth show. She has been bred to Musket in early October.
Room-To-Grow Kam-Tr Kaboodle: AKA Molly, this astounding Cou Clair won Best Doe in Show at the Great Frederick Fair. She was slow to fill out, but once she did she became an amazing 2 year old as a first freshener.
Molly kidded with 2 bucks in February. A couple of days later with no warning developed an infection. In spite of round the clock care for several days we lost her. We are retaining her boy Bandit for select breedings this fall. Rest in Peace sweet girl. You are sorely missed.
Stoneybrook Star: Star is a very large American Alpine, with a strong, wide bone pattern, long back, and wide spring of rib. For being an aged doe, she still walks on a very correct set of feet and legs. Star won grand champion Alpine at the MDGA youth show. She has been bred to Musket in early September.
Skybirds Stardust: Stars kid from this year, we are planning to show Dusty at MDGA, her first show. For being born in February, she is very tall and has the body capacity to go with it.
Highland Myst Bullit: Bullit is our Alpine buck. He is huge, and strong in his chine, with very defined withers, and perfectly angled hocks. Sorry for the bad picture, we will post a good one once he is clipped out for the buck show.