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HISTORY OF THE LONGMAN NUBIAN HERD
Part 2

by Betty Longman

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VOLCANIC ACRES SILVER and her son ++*B VOLCANIC ACRES SOLOMON.

VOLCANIC ACRES SILVER 2*M
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VOLCANIC ACRES SOLOMON
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BARNABY, TARA BELLE, EASTER LILY and her son (KING ARTHUR), SILVER and her son (SOLOMON), CANDY and her son (++*B LONGMAN'S ARTHUR AMBASSADOR) are still in our current pedigrees through the addition of bucks from other herds. We had such a good beginning that we do not want to ever lose these genetic "gold mines".

++*B LONGMAN'S NICOLE'S CHIEF (who was a combination of all our foundation lines) was very influential in our breedings. His daughters are the dams of many of the does in our herd - his last two daughters died in 1998 at 12 yrs. old.

++*B LONGMAN'S NICOLE'S CHIEF
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LONGMAN'S NINA NICOLE 2*M
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GCH LONGMAN'S NICOLE'S NADINE 3*M
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In 1993 we brought in +*B KASTDEMUR'S MPA TRADEMARK and in 1995 we brought in +*B KASTDEMUR'S ROMEO. These two bucks have had a tremendous impact on the herd! They have maintained all the positive points in our breedings and have strengthened points when needed! They are proving themselves to be just the perfect mates for our does! We will have others to add to this history as soon as they have been proven!

Through the years, the desire was there to improve the Nubian Breed; always believing that there was no such thing as a "perfect goat" and knowing that improvement could be obtained by breeding to strengthen any weakness. The herd never stopped its efforts and saw positive things as each year passed! We saw that the doe lines had a great impact on our breedings, that some does are so prepotent that all their offspring were exceptional. Another little saying we have here is "It takes two to tango".

Betty Longman

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