Sinai Thunder AD Falasha 3*M 3*D

DOB: 11/21/15 (twin)                  Height: 20 1/4"

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Sire: +*B Sinai Thunder V Agnus Dei +*S (+*B Sycamore Springs Pegs Valor +*S x SG Little Tots Estate ST Tiqvah 2*M *DAR 91.3Ex, 2016 ADGA Elite Doe, Top 10 AGS & ADGA, 1190# Milker)

Dam: AR Sinai Thunder A Queen of Sheba 2*M 2*DAR 93%PE (Deceased) (++*B Olson Acres RC Augustine ++*S AR/HS x SG Kaapio Acres HH Redemption *M *DAR VEEE90, ADGA Elite Doe, AGS Breed Leader 5x, AGS & ADGA Top 10, 1380# Milker)

4.4# Milk Test High,

Earned her milk stars in both registries on her 1st Test

 Falasha is a very special doe to us---her dam, Sheba, was one of the prettiest Redemption daughters we've had---not only lovely, but a super milker, with a great personality. (Just like her mama Redemption) Unfortunately,  Sheba was diagnosed with a rare bronchial disorder, and despite nearly 24 hr round-the-clock care, she passed away when Falasha was only six months old. Not only did it leave a huge hole in our herd, we were all heartbroken. Sheba was in milk for 133 days, miking 570# with a PE index of 93% and her Milk Test High was 4.1# as a FF. With those numbers, Sheba was well on her way to the 1000# mark---which is why her PE was so high.  Obviously we are thrilled with how beautiful Falasha has matured. She is following her dam line's excellence as she milked 4.4# her first test (as a FF). Easy to milk, sweet to be around, lovely udder and a fabulous mama. Yep, we are very, very thankful for this doe and so grateful to the Lord for turning around such heartache. Falasha's name is the term for a Jewish Ethiopian...since Queen of Sheba came from Ethiopia and it is widely believed that she left Solomon's palace with more than just visible gifts, her son being the next Prince---with a great pride for his Jewish heritage. 

Falasha is a very special doe to us---her dam, Sheba, was one of the prettiest Redemption daughters we've had---not only lovely, but a super milker, with a great personality. (Just like her mama Redemption) Unfortunately,  Sheba was diagnosed with a rare bronchial disorder, and despite nearly 24 hr round-the-clock care, she passed away when Falasha was only six months old. Not only did it leave a huge hole in our herd, we were all heartbroken. Sheba was in milk for 133 days, miking 570# with a PE index of 93% and her Milk Test High was 4.1# as a FF. With those numbers, Sheba was well on her way to the 1000# mark---which is why her PE was so high. 
Obviously we are thrilled with how beautiful Falasha has matured. She is following her dam line's excellence as she milked 4.4# her first test (as a FF). Easy to milk, sweet to be around, lovely udder and a fabulous mama. Yep, we are very, very thankful for this doe and so grateful to the Lord for turning around such heartache.
Falasha's name is the term for a Jewish Ethiopian...since Queen of Sheba came from Ethiopia and it is widely believed that she left Solomon's palace with more than just visible gifts, her son being the next Prince---with a great pride for his Jewish heritage. 

 Both pix taken on Falasha's 1st Milk Test Day (3/13/18)---12 hour udder, milking 4.4#

Both pix taken on Falasha's 1st Milk Test Day (3/13/18)---12 hour udder, milking 4.4#

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