AOM Senior Does 5 and Over

Lavinia Allen

Rank: 1st
Entry B Generation: 1
Freshening: 2
Date Freshened: 03/31/2022

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Entry B - Side

Side View

Entry B - Rear

Rear View

Entry B - Top

Top View

Entry B - Front

Front View

Entry B - Udder

Udder View

Entry B receives Best Udder in this class for having a full capacious udder with a good medial suspensory ligament. In the Mammary System Entry B places over Entry A having a capacious udder with a strong medial suspensory ligament. In General Appearance she is wider in between the fore legs, wider and straighter in between the hocks when viewed from the rear and has smoother blending of her topline.

Rank: 2nd
Entry A Generation: 2

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Entry A - Side

Side View

Entry A - Rear

Rear View

Entry A - Top

Top View

Entry A - Front

Front View

Entry A although standing last in the class has good General Appearance for her length of bone, smooth blending of her shoulder into her chest wall, and good extension to her brisket.

Ed Kinser

Rank: 1st
Entry B Generation: 1
Freshening: 2
Date Freshened: 03/31/2022

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Entry B - Side

Side View

Entry B - Rear

Rear View

Entry B - Top

Top View

Entry B - Front

Front View

Entry B - Udder

Udder View

Being in milk, as shown by the udder, immediately places this doe at the front of the line since the other doe in the class appears to be dry. This doe has good capacity with well-divided udder halves and properly-placed teats. Larger teats would be a plus. She will grant stronger feet and legs to the doe standing in second place. This doe will receive best udder in this class.

Rank: 2nd
Entry A Generation: 2

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Entry A - Side

Side View

Entry A - Rear

Rear View

Entry A - Top

Top View

Entry A - Front

Front View

Entry A shows good overall conformation with good height in the withers and correct front end assembly with straight front legs falling directly under the withers. She is to be commended for her width in the barrel. Greater depth would be an asset. The dry udder appears to have a potential for giving this doe a good chance of doing well in the competition once she is shown with a functioning udder.