Rafter O at Cordova Creek - Canyon Lake, Texas

FEMALE

  • Nickname Rafter O Lady Bug
  • Date of Birth Feb 22, 2020
  • Mother Rafter O June Bug
  • Father Laz E Acre's Mr. Blue Jeans

Rafter O Lady Bug

Rafter O Lady Bug
Rafter O Lady Bug

Breed: Mini Nubian 7th Gen

Date of Birth: 02-22-20
Percentage: 53.51% Nubian / 46.49% Nigerian
Blue Eyes – Polled – Spotted
G6S Normal by Parentage

 

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Our goats love Chaffhaye! NO WASTE! πŸ˜π—œπ—§β€™π—¦ π—¬π—˜π—”π—¦π—§, 𝗑𝗒𝗧 π— π—’π—Ÿπ——!When opening a new bag of Chaffhaye, you may notice small milky-white patches usually circular in shape. Do not be alarmed! These white patches are BENEFICIAL YEAST colonies, which are effective in establishing a HEALTHY GUT.Yeast proliferating fast enough to form a visible colony of white substance is a randomly occurring event; but if a detectable yeast colony does form, it’s SAFE TO FEED to animals. When yeast cultures are present, they have a slightly SWEET SMELL or no smell at all. Mold, on the other hand, has a stale and pungent musty odor.For generations, farmers have often expressed anecdotal evidence about animals becoming healthier when fed yeast. Today, there is a significant body of SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH that supports these long-held views about the benefits of yeast in animal diets.Learn more: chaffhaye.com/details/news/premium-cultured-alfalfa#chaffhaye #premiumalfalfa #culturedalfalfa #nongmoalfalfa #probioticforage #fermentedalfalfa #fromgreentogold ... See MoreSee Less
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