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SGCH Welbian Farm's Whin's Madison
2004 National Champion and Best Udder
2007 Reserve National Champion


DOB: 2/26/2000
Linear Appraisal: 93 EEEE

Sire:   SGCH Sun-Kissed Razzddw Whinchezter (LA 92 EEE)
SS: Dairy Delight HAC Whinton (LA 92 EEE)

SD: SGCH Sun-Kissed Madame Razz (LA 93 EEEE)   (2X National Champion)

Dam:  GCH Sun-Kissed LRJazz Tanisioux (LA 90 VEEE)
DS: GCH Little Rainbow WFHP Jazzman (LA 90 EEE)
DD:  Sun-Kissed Tanami's Tanitwo


We were very pleased when Madison placed 5th as a three year old in Iowa at the National Show. When we clipped her as a four year old, we really felt that she had matured into quite a beautiful doe. Needless to say, we were thrilled when she won 2004 National Toggenburg Champion and Best Udder of Breed. She linear appraised 93  at age 5. Madison traveled all the way to Gillette, Wyoming and went Reserve National Champion at 7 years of age. We again were thrilled to see her do that well after traveling almost 2,000 miles.

In addition to her other good qualities she has proven to be a good brood doe. She was the dam of our 2005 Spotlight Sale buckling who was the highest selling Toggenburg. She also had a 2006 and 2008 Spotlight Sale doeling. Her dry yearling daughter "March Madness" was 1st place Senior Yearling at the 2010 National Show. We retained her buckling "Mad Max" and thank Jeff Klein for his purchase of Max's brother "Matesse". We were very pleased with both young bucklings. A 2011 repeat breeding sent another brother to Joan and Charles Rowe. She kidded last year with triplets! 2 does and a buck. We retained the doe kids but lost one. The buck went to Mary Scofield. She has really shown herself to be an exceptional show animal as well as a wonderful brood doe. She will be 15 years old in the spring and still stands on good feet and legs! She still is the "Queen" of the Toggs!

Sadly we said good by to our beloved Madison during the winter of 2016. She has been the foundation of most of our Toggenburg herd. She gave us everything she had and was loved very much.

she was a true matriarch of our herd! She hated kids and would run outside when they came to visit. She was never mean and was a love to clip etc. Her big ears were always a trademark but she truly was the most beautiful Togg we ever bred and we can never forget the night she went National Champion with Best Udder at the 2004 national Show in Harrisburg, PA. Our daughter Rebecca showed her that night ! You left us with beautiful memories through the years.