Mini Nubian Senior Does
Does Under 2
 
Judge: Lavinia Allen
Judge: Lorelei Hallock

1st Place/1st udder
Entry O

Mystic Mouse (3).jpg

2nd place
Entry B

V-Show-Spring-2022-Shallot-F1-side-IMG_9872.jpg

3rd Place
Entry G

Cleopatra (3).jpg

4th Place
Entry F

Snow Bunny (2).jpg

5th Place
Entry A

Luna-Side.jpg

6th Place
Entry D

Belle of the Ball (4).jpg

7th Place
Entry C

Rue's Valantine (1).jpg

8th Place
Entry K

Jasmine Rose (4).jpg

9th Place
Entry J

Dandelion Meadows SHE Daphne (3).jpg

10th Place

Entry M

Maia-Side.JPG

11th Place
Entry E

ClaraBelle (4).jpg

12th place
Entry N

Dinah-Side.JPG

13th Place
Entry H

Pilchuck pointe dot (4).jpg

14th place
Entry I

Starla-Side.jpg

15th Place
Entry L

Mocha-Side.JPG

I placed this class of 2 Year old milking does as: O-B-G-F-A-D-C-K-J-M-E-N-H-I-L
 

Note for taking pics:  For best udder the judge is looking to see a balanced udder when viewed from the rear and the side, so please try to get a clear side picture of the udder.  The advantage is when clear thirds can be seen from the side, one third in front of the rear leg, one third under the rear leg, and one third behind the leg.
 

Entry O receives Best Udder in this class.  Entry O shows a well balanced udder when viewed from the side and rear, good lateral attachments with more downward pointing cylinder shaped teats.
 

Entry O over Entry B for her advantage in General Appearance.  These two entries were very close in competition.  However, Entry O when viewed from above has a flatter more refined shoulder blade, sharper at the point of withers, and more angulation to the rear legs when viewed from the side.  In the Mammary System she shows stronger lateral attachments, more uniformity in width at the top and base of the udder with more downward pointing delineated teats.
 

Entry B over Entry G in General Appearance.  Entry B has more width between the fore legs and between the hocks, entry B is stronger and more level in her topline,  and more level in the brisket. In the Mammary system she has a higher udder attachment, and more capacity and smoother attachment to the fore udder.

Entry G over Entry F in General Appearance.  Entry G is longer in body with a more refined flatter shoulder and when viewed from the top she is wider in the hips. In Body Capacity entry G shows more increasing depth of body when viewed from the side.  In the Mammary System she shows a stronger medial suspensory ligament and smoother blending of the fore udder.

Entry F over Entry A in General Appearance.  Entry F has a more desirable slope to her rump, more extension to the brisket, and when viewed from above Entry F has a more refined flatter shoulder blade.  In the Mammary System she has a more capacious udder showing more extension to her lateral attachments and has better delineation and cylinder shape to the teats. 

Entry A over Entry D in General Appearance.  These two entries are very similar however Entry A shows more length from hips to pins, straighter in her fore legs, and in Body Capacity has more depth to her barrel.  In the Mammary System Entry A shows a stronger medial suspensory ligament, more capacity in the fore udder and better placement of the teats.  She does grant to Entry D stronger lateral attachments.

Entry D over Entry C in General Appearance.  Entry C has greater width in the chest floor and between the hocks, more desirable slope to her rump and in Body Capacity greater depth to the barrel.  In the Mammary System Entry D has more capacity to her udder, and shows a smoother fore udder attachment.

Entry C over Entry K in General Appearance.  Entry C is straighter in the fore legs, longer in bone and sharper at the point of withers. Entry C does grant to Entry K smoother blending of the neck into the shoulder.  In the Mammary System she has a more capacious udder with more uniformity at the top and base of the udder, and greater teat diameter at the base of the udder.

Entry K over Entry J in General Appearance as she has greater width in the chest floor, stronger and straighter in her topline and in Body Capacity has greater depth of the barrel.  In the Mammary System she has a higher placed udder with a stronger medial suspensory ligament and more downward pointing teats.

Entry J over Entry M in General Appearance.  Entry J has more width between the fore legs and hocks, and when viewed from the top has a more refined flatter shoulder blade.  In Dairy character she has clearer dairy wedges from the top and side.  In the Mammary System she has a more globular udder showing more extension to the lateral attachments.  

Entry M over Entry E in General Appearance for the angulation of the rear legs when viewed from the side, her length of bone, and showing more extension to the brisket.  In the Mammary System she has a more capacious udder showing equal thirds when viewed from the side.

1st Place/1st udder
Entry O

Mystic Mouse (3).jpg

2nd Place
Entry F

Snow Bunny (2).jpg

3rd Place
Entry G

Cleopatra (3).jpg

4th Place
Entry D

Belle of the Ball (4).jpg

5th Place
Entry E

ClaraBelle (4).jpg

6th Place
Entry C

Rue's Valantine (1).jpg

7th Place
Entry K

Jasmine Rose (4).jpg

8th Place
Entry J

Dandelion Meadows SHE Daphne (3).jpg

9th Place
Entry A

Luna-Side.jpg

10th Place

Entry M

Maia-Side.JPG

11th place
Entry B

V-Show-Spring-2022-Shallot-F1-side-IMG_9872.jpg

12th Place
Entry H

Pilchuck pointe dot (4).jpg

13th place
Entry N

Dinah-Side.JPG

14th place
Entry I

Starla-Side.jpg

15th Place
Entry L

Mocha-Side.JPG

Placings: O (1st Udder) F, G, D, E, C, K, J, A, M, B, H, N, I, L

 O is first place and first place udder. She has the advantage in the mammary system being higher in the rear udder than F, more balanced in width and more overall area of attachment. She also has the advantage in general appearance for front end assembly being wider in the chest floor with tighter at the point of elbow and more smoothly blended from the neck into the withers. She is wider in the loin and hips. 

F is placing over G for the mammary system, She is fuller in the rear udder with more balance when viewed from the side. She is also showing more strength in the Medial suspensory ligament. She also has the advantage in feet and legs with toes pointed more correctly forward and straighter/cleaner in the hocks and knees when viewed from the front and back angles. 

G is placing over D for general appearance in the front end assembly. She is sharper at the point of shoulder and tighter in the elbow, deeper heart girth in relation to the point of elbow and showing more moderate extension of brisket. She also has the advantage in feet and legs with more depth of heel and straightness in the front toes. 

D is placing over E for dairy strength, showing more angulation in the rear leg set and substance of bone. She also has the advantage in general appearance for back and rump being longer and more nearly level from hips to pins, stronger in the top line, especially the chine and fuller in the crops. in her feet and legs D is straighter in the foreleg and stronger on her pasterns. 

E is placing over C for body capacity, she is deep in the heart girth with more increasing depth to the rear barrel. She has the advantage in the mammary with more extension in the fore udder and more balanced shape when viewed from the rear. 

C places over K for general appearance in the feet and legs, she is straighter and cleaner in the front legs. She also has more dairy strength for length of bone pattern and angularity. 

K is placing over J for the mammary system showing more strength in the MSL and delineation between halves of the udder. She is wider and deeper in the chest and has more continuous width throughout. 


J is placing over A in her turn for mammary, being more globular in shape and balanced when viewed from the side showing more area of attachments.

 

A is placing over M for general appearance; she is more smoothly blended throughout. She is stronger in the top line and more balanced in the proportions of the chine loin and rump length. She is cleaner in the front end assembly with more extension of brisket and flatness of the shoulder on the chest floor. 

M is placing over the balance of the class in the mammary system as she is showing more adequate capacity in the rear udder, balance when viewed from the rear and height to the area of the escutcheon. 

Entry A
Generation: 7
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 1/20/22

Luna-Side.jpg
Luna-Top.jpg
Luna-Front.jpg
Luna-Rear.jpg
Luna-Side-Udder.jpg

Entry B
Generation: 2 
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 12/18/2021

V-Show-Spring-2022-Shallot-F1-side-IMG_9872.jpg
V-Show-Spring-2022-Shallot-F1-front-IMG_9828.jpg
V-Show-Spring-2022-Shallot-F1-top-IMG_9836.jpg
V-Show-Spring-2022-Shallot-F1-rear-IMG_9825.jpg
V-Show-Spring-2022-Shallot-F1-fore-udderIMG_9861.jpg

Entry C
Generation: 2 
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 4/1/2022

Rue's Valantine (1).jpg
Rue's Valantine (5).jpg
Rue's Valantine (2).jpg
Rue's Valantine (4).jpg
Rue's Valantine (3).jpg

Entry D
Generation: 5 
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 3/16/2022

Belle of the Ball (4).jpg
Belle of the Ball (3).jpg
Belle of the Ball (5).jpg
Belle of the Ball (2).jpg
Belle of the Ball (1).jpg

Entry E
Generation: 1
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 3/12/2022

ClaraBelle (4).jpg
ClaraBelle (1).jpg
ClaraBelle (5).jpg
ClaraBelle (2).jpg
ClaraBelle (3).jpg

Entry F
Generation: 1 
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 3/11/2022

Snow Bunny (2).jpg
Snow Bunny (3).jpg
Snow Bunny (5).jpg
Snow Bunny (1).jpg
Snow Bunny (4).jpg

Entry G
Generation: 1  
Freshening: 1
Freshened:3/23/2022

Cleopatra (3).jpg
Cleopatra (2).jpg
Cleopatra (1).jpg
Cleopatra (4).jpg
Cleopatra (5).jpg

Entry H
Generation: 3  
Freshening: 1
Freshened:4/20/2022

Pilchuck pointe dot (4).jpg
Pilchuck pointe dot (1).jpg
Pilchuck pointe dot (5).jpg
Pilchuck pointe dot (3).jpg
Pilchuck pointe dot (2).jpg

Entry I
Generation: 1 
Freshening: 1
Freshened:4/9/2022

Starla-Side.jpg
Starla-Chest.jpg
Starla-Top.jpg
Starla-Rear.jpg
Starla-Side.jpg

Entry J
Generation: 2 
Freshening: 1
Freshened:4/11/2022

Dandelion Meadows SHE Daphne (3).jpg
Dandelion Meadows SHE Daphne (4).jpg
Dandelion Meadows SHE Daphne (5).jpg
Dandelion Meadows SHE Daphne (1).jpg
Dandelion Meadows SHE Daphne (2).jpg
Jasmine Rose (4).jpg
Jasmine Rose (3).jpg
Jasmine Rose (2).jpg
Jasmine Rose (1).jpg
Jasmine Rose (5).jpg

Entry K
Generation: 2 
Freshening: 1
Freshened:5/15/2022

Entry L
Generation: 1 
Freshening: 1
Freshened:2/23/2022

Mocha-Side.JPG
Mocha-Front.JPG
Mocha-Top.JPG
Mocha-Rear.JPG
Mocha-Side.JPG

Entry M
Generation: 2 
Freshening: 1
Freshened:2/14/2022

Maia-Side.JPG
Maia-Top.JPG
Maia-Front.JPG
Maia-Rear.JPG
Maia-Fore.JPG

Entry N
Generation: 5 
Freshening: 1
Freshened:5/2/2022

Dinah-Side.JPG
Dinah-Front.JPG
Dinah-Top.JPG
Dinah-Rear.JPG
Dinah-Fore.JPG

Entry O
Generation: 1 
Freshening: 1
Freshened:4/2/2022

Mystic Mouse (5).jpg
Mystic Mouse (3).jpg
Mystic Mouse (4).jpg
Mystic Mouse (2).jpg
Mystic Mouse (1).jpg