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GCH Manzinita Farm Mad Resurection 1*M

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DOB: 4/9/2016

   SS: *B Kastdemur's Seven Seven Seven
Sire: J-Haven's Livin Dangerously
SD: CH J-Haven's EE Livin' W/ Animosity
DS: *B Kastdemur's Stingray
Kastdemur's Mad Dash
GCH Kastdemur's Mad About You 4*M 
*2010 ALC Reserve All American 2 Year Old* (3-05 LA 91EVEE)


1 x 1st, 3 x 2nd, 4 x 3rd
1 x 1st, 1 x 2nd, 1 x GCH
ADGA National Show 9th Place Sr. Dry Yearling
10 x 1st, 2 x 2nd, 1 x RGCH, 1 x GCH, 1 x BOB
Indiana State Fair Bred and Owned RGCH Lamancha
4 x 1st, 1 x 2nd, 3 x RGCH, 1 x GCH
Wisconsin State Fair 1st/1st Udder, GCH & BOB
Indiana State Fair 4H RGCH
5 x BOB, 5 x BUOB, 3 X BDIS, 1 x BUIS


Montana State Fair RGCH


PROGENY IN THE HERD: Manzinita Farm Madly In Love

  Ressy is a doe who just seems to get better with age.  At 5 years old, she still has excellent feet and legs and a mammary system that isn't going anywhere.  I admire her strength of bone and her ideal lateral attachments.  While I would like to see her with smaller diameter teats, I wouldn't mind putting her mammary system on every doe in the herd.  I attempted to do just that last year when I bred her son, Mad Max, to several of the more dairy of my does, hoping to improve strength of bone and lateral attachments as well as length and smoothness of fore udder.  Ressy is stingy with the buck kids, having a total of 5 doe kids and only 1 buck kid so far so I figured I need to retain and use Max while I could.  I look forward to many, many more years with Ressy as our resident aged doe. 

Ressy freshened with twin does in 2023; however, unfortunately she also freshened with mastitis which left her with significate scar tissue in her right half, thus ending her show career.  Although officially retired from the show ring, she continues to be a productive brood doe and we look forward to several more freshenings from her.  


Junior Kid


Dry Yearling


 2 Year Old

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3 Year Old

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5 Year Old (milked out for BDIS)

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