Arnold A State Fair Winner

 

October 25, 2018

Maggie with her French Alpine doe named Sunrising Charmer Madison and ADGA Judge Will Pearson Jr. of Bowden, Ga. (Courtesy photo)

Maggie Arnold of Cedar Mountain, aged 17, took her herd of dairy goats to the N.C. State Fair last weekend. Her 4-year-old French Alpine, Sunrising Charmer Madison, won Grand Champion Alpine and Best Doe In Show in Ring 2 of the youth show and Grand Champion Alpine in the open show the next day. Winning these awards completed the requirements needed for this doe to become a permanent champion with the American Dairy Goat Association (ADGA). Additionally, this doe won best udder in the youth show, Ring 2 and first place udder in the open show.

Her Oberhasli dry yearling, Ranchocabra Theodora, won Junior Grand Champion Oberhasli in the youth show, Ring 2 and Junior Reserve Grand Champion in the open show, Ring 2 that evening.

Arnold entered 13 total goats in three different dairy goat breeds, including Oberhasli, Alpine and Nigerian Dwarf.

She has been raising dairy goats for nine years now and is active in showing, raising, milking and breeding dairy goats.

Her farm's name is The Rancho and she has a registered herd name with ADGA by the name of Ranchocabra.


 
 

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