Twin Pears CT MoonBean *B

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Yearling
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Yearling
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2x 1st Place MegaBucks 2019
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Dam: SG Sugar Moon V Java Pepper 5*M VEEE88 ELITE
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Sire Buttin'Heads Containerised *B EEE91
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Daughter

ADGA Genetics

DOB 1/29/2019
Color: Chamoise with white belt, wattles

Linear Appraisal History:
2020: Canceled due to COVID-19

Retained offspring at Twin Pear Farm:
*TBA*

Sire: Buttin’Heads Containerised *B EEE91
SS:GCH Buttin’Heads MOH Rising Son +B
SD: GCH Buttin’Heads Zipper Pea 1*M VVEE90

Dam: SG Sugar Moon V Java Pepper 5*M VEEE88 ELITE
DS: SG Sugar Moon Viva Las Vegas ELITE
DD: SG Sugar Moon Sage 4*M VEVE90

Oh Mr. Bean does not like photographs, but he is a very dairy boy! Moonbean took 2x 1st place at MegaBucks in Grants Pass, OR 2019 as an Intermediate Junior buck. He was praised by all judges for his length of body and dairy structure. What they didn’t know is that Bean’s ELITE Dam has the best udder in the business and easily milks 4-5lbs a day. Bean’s first 2020 offspring have exceptional toplines, brisket, long dairy necks and bodies, nicely set and straight front legs, with beautiful rear leg angulation. We look forward to seeing first udders on his progeny next year!

We are often asked “Why MoonBean, not Beam?”. Simply put, when Java was pregnant with Bean, a friend would check in daily and ask “Any little Java beans yet?” and it stuck. Java went 151 days with her not so little singleton Bean.