Askins Ranch Jasmine
Registration: MJHB1201, JEUSA000173597268
Gender: Heifer DOB: July 17, 2018
Height: 28" @ 5 months
Beta Casein: A1A2
Kappa Casein: AB Beta Lactoglobulin: BB
Polled: Pf/H (1 copy of the polled gene)
Bulldog Mutation: BD1 negative
MC1R Extension: E+/E+ (Red) BBR 92
Jasmine is halter broken and is out of Udder Cream and DC lines. She doesn't have horns and will mature to be red with a darker face. We have a clean herd with everything testing free from BVD, BLV, TB, Johnnes, Brucellosis.
11 Months Old Little Tru-Man's sire is the Gold Star bull Doc Smurf from White Star Farm. We have retained his full brother Doctor Louie so Tru-Man needs to find a herd of his own. His brother Doctor Louie is throwing heifers so we hope Tru-Man will continue the tradition for you. He is halter Broke and has a great personality to boot. DNA testing is avaialbe on Herd Book or just send us your info and we will be happy to share with you. We don't think you will be disappointed in this young man.
Aurora is A2A2 a beautiful fawn, and a small mid-sized animal. She freshened for the first time in October 2018 and has a beautiful, high udder with long teats. She lives in a small herd with her mother, (until his sale this spring) her bull calf, and a dairy goat. She also has experience with dogs and cats. We occasionally milk her by hand, but as a rule, she is easily milked with our hand-pumped milking machine. In June 2019 we plan to breed her with sexed Little General semen, for a nice A2A2 heifer calf in March 2020.
Providence Pastures proudly presents this adorable heifer to a caring home who will love and enjoy her as much as we have. She is sired by DC John Boy and her dam is Budding Rose Bunny. She has excellent bloodlines including Ochwilla Hill Golda and Ochwilla Hill Conan! She is a deep fawn color, small, compact cow with superior conformation and perfect teat development for hand or machine milking. Amber Rae has a gentle disposition and loves attention. She is A1/A1, dehorned, and is a non carrier for BD1. We would love to keep her, but are expecting more calves this Fall and have to let her go. Please text for additional pictures or information.