Mini Nubian Senior Does
Does 5 & Over
 
Judge: Lavinia Allen
Judge: Lorelei Hallock

1st Place/1st Udder
Entry E

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2nd Place
Entry B

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3rd Place
Entry A

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4th Place
Entry F

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5th Place
Entry I

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6th Place
Entry D

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7th Place
Entry C

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8th Place
Entry H

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9th Place
Entry G

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I placed this class of Mini Nubian Milking does 5 years and older as:
E-B-A-F-I-D-C-H-G

In this beautiful class of the hard working Senior does with tight competition, Entry E receives Best Udder.  Entry E had the advantage in all around uniformity of her udder.  From the clearly seen rear lateral attachments to the equality in the halves of the udder with a strong medial suspensory ligament as well as the uniformity in teat length, diameter and pointing direction.

Entry E places over Entry B in General Appearance.  Entry E is tighter in the toes, when viewed from the rear straighter in the rear legs, longer in bone especially in the loin, smoother blending of the loin into the rump and has expected breed character being a generation 6. In the Mammary System both have very capacious udders but as stated above Entry E has the advantage in uniformity. 

Entry B over Entry A in General Appearance for length of bone and when viewed from the top has a flat more refined shoulder.  In Body Capacity Entry B is deeper in the heart girth.  In the Mammary System she shows greater width in the escutcheon area with more extension to the lateral attachments.

Entry A over Entry F in General Appearance.  Entry A has greater width in her chest wall, more angulation to the rear legs when viewed from the side, more extension to her brisket and is more level throughout her topline.  In the Mammary System she shows a stronger medial suspensory ligament as well as a more ideal size and shape to her teats in proportion to udder size. Entry A does grant to Entry F her smooth blending of the shoulder into the chest wall.


Entry F over Entry I in General Appearance. Entry F is standing on straighter fore and rear legs with closer toes pointing more forward,  stronger in her topline and when viewed from the top has a flatter more refined shoulder.  In the Mammary System she has more extension to her capacious fore udder.

Entry I over Entry D in General Appearance she has more width between the fore legs and hocks.  In the Mammary System she has a wider and higher rear udder attachment and more extension to the fore udder.  

Entry D over Entry C in General Appearance she is longer in bone and has smoother blending of the loin into the rump.  In the Mammary System she has a more capacious fore udder with greater extension.

Entry C over Entry H  in the Mammary System she has a higher udder attachment with more extension to the fore udder and when viewed from the side shows equal thirds of the udder.

Entry H although standing last in this class is be commended for her General Appearance showing good width between the fore legs and hocks.  In the Mammary System her udder has a strong medial suspensory ligament.

1st Place/1st Udder
Entry E

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2nd Place
Entry F

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3rd Place
Entry A

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4th Place
Entry H

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5th Place
Entry D

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6th Place
Entry C

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7th Place
Entry B

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8th Place
Entry I

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9th Place
Entry G

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Placing: E (1st udder) F, A, H, D, C, B, I, G

Reasons: E is first place and first place udder. She has the advantage in the mammary system over F for strength in the MSL and smoothness in the top of the rear udder showing more height to the escutcheon. She also has the advantage in dairy strength being longer and more open. She is more angular and balanced in her proportions. 

F is placing over A in her turn for mammary, she is fuller in the rear udder with more arch to the top of the rear udder when viewed from the rear. She has more balanced width from the top of the udder to the udder floor. She also is showing more general appearance being wider through the loin and rump.

A is has the advantage over H for general appearance. She is more smoothly blended thought with more balance in her topline. Stronger in the chine, fuller in the crops and more nearly level from hips to pins. 

H has the advantage over D in her turn for the mammary system. She is more arched in the escutcheon with more fullness to the rear udder. She has more overall area of attachment. Also a wider doe in her chest floor and wider in the loin and rump.

D is placing over C for general appearance, particularly the rump; she is more flat from thurl to thurl, longer and more nearly level from hips to pins. She is more arched in the withers and smother blended from the neck into the wither. 

C over B for the advantage she has in general appearance for head and breed characteristics. She is showing a significantly more correct set and shape to the ear as well as the bridge of nose. While C is yielding capacity to B she is showing a more balanced mammary held higher above the hocks than B.

It is the capacity in that mammary system that places B over I. particularly the fullness in the rear udder when viewed from the side. B is also stronger in the feet and legs showing more strength to the pasterns, more tightness in the toe and correct shape to the hoof. 

I is placing over G for her advantage in the mammary. She has greater attachment and height to the rear udder she is also longer from hips to pins than G. 

G is to be commended for the depth of rear barrel and body capacity. 

Entry A
Generation: 1
Freshening: 6
Freshened: 2/21/2022
6 years

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Entry B
Generation: 1
Freshening: 3
Freshened: 1/12/2022
5 Years

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Entry C
Generation: 2
Freshening: 5
Freshened: 3/20/2022
6 Years

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Entry D
Generation: 4
Freshening: 4
Freshened: 3/22/2022
5 Years

Entry E
Generation: 6
Freshening: 5
Freshened: 4/5/2022
5 Years

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Entry F
Generation: 3
Freshening: 4
Freshened: 3/26/2022
5 Years

Entry G
Generation: 7
Freshening: 4
Freshened: 2/2/2022
5 Years

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Entry H
Generation: 6
Freshening: 5
Freshened: 2/6/2022
5 Years

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Entry I
Generation: 3
Freshening: 4
Freshened: 5/3/2022
5 Years

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