Past accomplishments included:
GCH Willow Run Golden Ember earned her SG with a final LA Score of 90EEEV (2006)
CH Little Shepherd Cupcake earned her final LA Score of 91EEEE (2006)
CH Fancy Colors Hazel Mae Brown earned her permanent championship and was also
ODGA and SWODGA Nubian Futurity winner (2007)
INBA Reserve All-American Sr. Get of Sire:  Little Shepherd Sitting Bull (2007)
CH Little Shepherd Babe Brown earned permanent champion status (2008)

2009 & 10 found us contemplating which direction to take when we came upon several  forks in life's path.  First with family, and as a result of that, hard choices to make with the herd.  We sold
90 percent of our herd and restructured with some new additions and added LAMANCHAS to
our program.  

2011 included:
We earned nine legs for our herd
CH Cricket's Kids Classy-Tai Joy earned her permanent championship with her win as
GCH at the Ohio State Fair.  Not to be out done by her herdmate Cricket's Kids Dainty
Dancer who was RGCH.
Our "show team" pulled together several legs for dry stock and milkers and most placed
either 1st or 2nd in their classes.  Joy went on to two more shows where she repeated her
win as GCH and was the top milk production doe over all breeds at the Van Wert County
fair, and went on the next day to win GCH and BOB at the Highland County Fair what a
great year it has been for her!!!!
While out-numbered our lamanchas certainly were not out done!  Our yearling milkers
Aubrey and Bananarama regularly faced off and won their class.  Banana also went GCH
and BOB at Highland Co. Fair and Aubrey's daughter Half-n-Half earned her dry leg as a
jr. kid over a very competitive group of junior does.

In 2012:
We earned numerous legs for our herd and finished four of our Sr. Does.
CH These Girls Rock MERC Willow
CH Cricket's Kids Dainty Dancer
CH Cricket's Kids Em's Amelia
CH JL's Prospect Hill Aubrey
Our Sr. Herdsire Mountaindale Cinder's King Midas went BBIS 2x's over 72 bucks
shown and would have completed his CH if the entries had not come short in the 2012
ODGA show.  We hope to complete this well deserved leg for him in 2013 and look
forward to his offspring doing well in the ring.
We were also very proud to have the Disctrict IV INBA Dairy Herd (pictured above
Dance, Joy, Amelia and Dakota) and the Produce of Dam with Amelia and Brenna.