Welcome to Tamris Farm Nubians. We are a small Nubian Farm located in Northern California nestled in a small community of Fieldbrook. Our herd participates in DHIR, LA, and attends a few shows throughout the year.
SGCH TAMRIS FARM SAPPHIRE 10*M , LA 2015 EX 91EEEE has retired from the show ring but proves herself in milking and has earned ELITE DOE status again in August, 2016 in the 99%! Sapphire has also made the Top Ten 2014 and 2015 Production List in all three categories of production, butterfat, and protein. Sapphire's daughter, SG Tamris Farm Black Diamond earned Superior Genetics and Elite Doe Status in August & December of 2016.
2016 Show celebrations include finishing GCH Tamris Farm Queen Mara Jade -- 3 milking legs this year, one Championship leg earned by Tamris Farm Ruby's Crystal, SG Tamris Farm Tup's Tatoonie -- Reserve Champion, Tamris Farm CK Anya Kurro -- Champion Junior doe & Reserve Champion, Tamris Farm TR Sangria-- Champion Junior doe, and Tamris Farm Thyme's Luminara -- 2 x Junior Champion, 1 x Reserve Champion.
Linear Appraisal 2016 featured three does appraising Excellent -- GCH Tamris Farm Queen Mara Jade EX 91, GCH Tamris Farm Z's Chardonnay EX 91, and Tamris Farm Ruby's Crystal EX 90!
We attended the National Show in Redmond , Oregon in 2015 -- our does did amazingly well with many placing in the top 10 in their classes and as well in group classes. Tammy was the 2015 ADGA National Show Youth Premier Nubian Breeder.
Herd health is a priority, therefore, does and bucks are annually tested for CAE. Our herd continues to be negative in status for CAE/CL. We have just finished G6S testing and all are normal tested or via parentage.
Kids are bottled raised on pasteurized milk. Stock is feed alfalfa, grass hay, kelp, free choice minerals, baking soda, and copper bolused twice yearly. This venture began as Tammy's 4-H project and continues on. Our genetics include Wingwood Farm, Kastdemur's Dairy Goats and SAADA LLC.
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Randy, Cheryl, Chris, and Tammy Valley
Site updated February 22,2017