Rafter O at Cordova Creek - Canyon Lake, Texas


  • Nickname Rafter O Meadowlark
  • Date of Birth Mar 19, 2020
  • Mother RiverGrace KL Ruby Tuesday
  • Father One Nine Acres Blue Indigo
  • MDGA XN11636P

Rafter O Meadowlark


Breed: Mini Nubian 1st Gen

Date of Birth: 03-19-20Rafter O Meadowlark
Percentage: 77.72% Nubian / 22.28% Nigerian
Polled – Moonspots
G6S Normal by Parentage

Meadowlark is a very nice POLLED buckling with lots of flashy colors and spots…plus MILK behind him!  He is out of Ruby and Indy’s quadruplets.  He’s got ears for years, and a very sweet, loving personality.  We had him for sale, but after further evaluation, we decided to keep him!  We will use him on some of our lower gen does.  We retained one of his daughters out of Sapphire, Sandy.

2020 TMGR Conformation Clinic Comments (Evaluator: Rebecca Nix)

“Very correct rear leg set when viewed from the side. Nice balance to the length of bone in the legs. Very nice hoof and pastern shape and length. He has a nice length of neck however I would like to see it blend more smoothly into the wither. He has a very nice back. However, I would like to see the rump a bit longer from hips to pins.

When viewed from the front the front end assembly is nice and balanced with adequate width from top to bottom however he is very deficient in depth of chest floor as evidenced by being able to see his belly from the front.

Looking over the top he has a nice shape to the rib with a nice spring to the barrel however I’d like to see him fuller in the fore rib. When viewing from the rear, he has a nice clean escutcheon however I’m not sure of his age but I would prefer to see a more developed testicle and more masculine head. He looks very refined and dairy, so would probably use this buck on heavy-boned does.”

Kid History

  • 2021     2 Doeling     2 Buckling     2 Polled      2 Horned     
  • 2022     1 Doeling     1 Buckling     2 Polled

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Lark Pedigree Photos



Health & Screenings

  • CAE, CL, Johnes, Q-Fever - Negative

  • G6S Normal by Parentage

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