Royal Cedars VLV Oh My Stars

Mimi earned her barn name because she is a very vocal doeling. When she's hungry, you hear about it. I started calling her Screaming Mimi and it stuck.

I bought Mimi's dam, Jewel, in February of 2024. She was already bred to Blissberry VW Viva La Victory. His dam is Elite SGCH Kastdemur's Viva Las Vegas 4*M (EEEE 92). From the Blissberry Nubians website, " Viva finished her championship early in the show season as a first freshener and after traveling to Louisville she placed 6th in a big 2-Year-Old class at the 2014 ADGA National Show. Viva again made the trek to the 2016 ADGA National Show in Harrisburg where she was the 6th place 4-Year-Old in a large and competitive class. Upon returning home from Pennsylvania, she scored EX92 and was named Reserve Senior Champion at the 2016 Minnesota State Fair!  Last summer Viva made the looooong trip out to Redmond and was the 4th place Aged Doe at the 2019 ADGA National Show! " 

Mimi's dam's sire comes from Urban Acres and has 5 generations of superior genetics in his pedigree. His dam placed "3rd/2nd udder 4-year-old" at the 2019 ADGA Nationals. 

Unfortunately, Mimi's dam's dam passed away, suddenly, as a first freshener, before the breeder was able to get any photos. 

Mimi is absolutely gorgeous. She seems to have captured all of the good genes. Her ears and head look to be an improvement over both her sire and dam. She;s a big, wide girl. I look forward to watching her grow and mature!

Lines: Blissberry on top / Urban Acres and Royal Cedars on bottom.

Things I love about Jewel: Her width and breed character


Height approx. ".


Dam's dam.

Photo courtesy of Royal Cedars.


Photo courtesy of Royal Cedars.


Photo courtesy of Royal Cedars.