appraised 2-05 90 (VVE), he is a wide powerful buck, standing on a great
set of feet and pasterns. This buck should prove to give you balance in
his kids with general appearance, body capacity and dairy character.
Storm has been awarded one Best Buck-In-Show win, two Grand
Championships and two Reserve Grand
Stormís dam, Mamm-Key Mangoís Tropic 3*M 3-04 89 (VEEE), wa on her way
with two Grand Championships when we lost her. Tropic placed 10th in
both the Three Year-Old 2006 class and the Four Year-Old 2007 class at
the ADGA National Shows. Tropicís dam, SGCH Mamm-Key Last Mango 2*M 7-04
91 (EEEE), placed 3rd as in the Two Year-Old class in both the 1999
class and the Five Year-Old class in 2002 with 2nd place Udder at the
ADGA National Shows. Mango is still living strong on her feet and legs
at age 13. Tropic and Mango are both over 3,000 pound milkers. Mango
earned Top Five in 1999 and
Stormís sire, GCH +*B Cherry Glen Radical Hallmark AI 5-04 93 (EEE), has
many champion daughters and two daughters in the Top Ten each producing
over 4,000 pounds of milk. His dam, SGCH Cherry Glen T Hollyís Hope AI
2*M 5-04 92 (EEEE), was shown five times in 2002 at local shows and was
five times Best Doe-In-Show, in she was named the 2003 ADGA Reserve
National Grand Champion and ADGA National Best Udder. Previous to that
in 2001, Hope was awarded the title of ADGA National Grand Champion and
ADGA National Best Udder.
If you love them sweet and gentle, this buck is a great choice.
~ Tina Antes