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Black

I started with this variety in 2019 after obtaining a single black buck. At the time I bred blue and as my blue were very dark and had good vents, I crossed my blue females to this buck to create my current strain. 

This line does occasionally see blue arise every so often but I am actively selecting away from this to keep my line pure, with no recessives.

This variety is a continuous battle to keep individuals with good type (they are prone to ear crinkling) and clear vents (an absence of tan hairs around the genital/anal area). Any with white nails are immediately removed from any breeding plans and cannot be shown (this is a fault). Care needs to be taken to avoid tan flecking by the rump or throat spots.


Sometimes they are slow to breed which is frustrating!

Despite this, black are a beautiful variety and I won my first BIS at an LSCMRC show with a buck.