Mustang Creek Jingle Bells
Jingle's last owner was selling out of goats and I had asked about her a while ago. Her owner contacted me and asked if I would like to have her. Fantastic! Jingle is getting on in years, she'll be 12 years old this December. But at least I can say I owned a Top Ten doe at one point in my life, lol! Jingle has a lot of progeny in my herd. I have her only daughter still in production(I lost one in a difficult kidding, the third is retired to a pet home), 4 granddaughters, 2 great-granddaughters and 1 great-great-granddaughter in my herd presently. I won't cry if Jingle doesn't give me any other kids, I'm just happy to give her a place to retire with her girls. Jingle loves head scratches just like her daughter May Bell, I guess it is genetic!
Thanks to Melissa Sargent for pics, and for getting her to Top Ten status!
ADGA Top Ten List 2015 #7 Milk, #3 Butterfat, #8 Protein
ADGA Top Ten List 2026 #4 Milk, #3 Butterfat, #5 Protein