Mini Nubian Junior Bucks: Intermediate Kids

Lavinia Allen

Rank: 1st
Entry E Generation: 2

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Entry E - Side

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Entry E placed over Entry A in General Appearance. Both very nice bucklings however Entry E has the advantage for having a more desirable slope to his wider rump as seen from the back and side, longer and leaner in the neck, sharper at the withers, more extension to the brisket and a little longer in bone.

Rank: 2nd
Entry A Generation: 7

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Entry A over Entry J in General Appearance. Again both very nice bucklings showing good width throughout, however, Entry A has the advantage for being more open in the escutcheon area, longer in the neck and bone and stronger in the chine.

Rank: 3rd
Entry J Generation: 3

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Entry J - Side

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Entry J over Entry D in General Appearance. Entry J has greater width throughout especially when viewed from the front, he is stronger in Body Capacity being deeper throughout and has a more desirable slope to his rump.

Rank: 4th
Entry D Generation: 1

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Entry D - Side

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Entry D - Front

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Entry D over Entry K in General Appearance. Entry D has more proper angulation of the hocks when viewed from the side, he is longer in bone especially showing a long lean neck, higher at the withers and has a smoother blending front end assembly as seen from above.

Rank: 5th
Entry K Generation: 2

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Entry K - Side

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Entry K over Entry H in General Appearance. Entry K is wider throughout, more of an out curve in the thighs, and smoother blending through his topline especially from loin to rump.

Rank: 6th
Entry H Generation: 5

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Entry H - Side

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Entry H over Entry B in Body Capacity is deeper in the heart girth and barrel showing more increase in depth through to the flank. In General Appearance he shows a little more angulation of the rear legs and more extension to the brisket.

Rank: 7th
Entry B Generation: 5

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Entry B - Side

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Entry B over Entry G in General Appearance. Entry B is wider throughout as seen from the front and top, he is more open in the escutcheon area and sharper in the withers. Entry B does grant to Entry G his angulation of the rear legs.

Rank: 8th
Entry G Generation: 2

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Entry G - Side

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Entry G over Entry C in General Appearance. Entry G has a more properly angulated hock from the side, more width in the rump from above, a more desirable slope to his rump and is longer and leaner in the neck.

Rank: 9th
Entry C Generation: 6

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Entry C - Side

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Entry C over Entry L in General Appearance. Entry C is wider throughout as can been seen from the front and back, he is longer in bone, sharper at the withers and deeper in the barrel in Body Capacity.

Rank: 10th
Entry L Generation: 4

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Entry L - Side

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Entry L over Entry M in General Appearance. Entry L is higher at the withers, smoother blending of his longer leaner neck into the withers and deeper in the heart girth in Body Capacity.

Rank: 11th
Entry M Generation: 2

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Entry M - Side

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Entry M over Entry F in General Appearance. Entry M is wider in the chest floor, he has more angulation at the hocks from the side, smoother in his front end assembly from the top and is more level through his topline.

Rank: 12th
Entry F Generation: 2

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Entry F over Entry I in General Appearance. Entry F is stronger and straighter in his legs especially in the hocks, he has a more desirable slope to his rump and is stronger in his chine.

Rank: 13th
Entry I Generation: 3

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Entry I - Side

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Entry I although standing last in this class is to be commended for his Body Capacity showing an increase in depth from heart girth to flank, width between the hip bones from above and his long lean neck. Note: In future pics attempt to set your goat up more square as in the V show picture instructions.

Ed Kinser

Rank: 1st
Entry E Generation: 2

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Entry E - Side

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Entry E stands at the front of the line of this class of Intermediated Bucklings. He places at the position and ahead of Entry K for his strength in general appearance and dairy character. E shows more style and balance with good overall blending. He shows good dairy wedges with more width in the chest floor, a stronger topline with increasing height from hips to withers, and increasing depth from heart girth to flank.

Rank: 2nd
Entry K Generation: 2

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Entry K - Side

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Entry K is standing ahead of Entry J for his more correct front end assembly, his more correctly shaped escutcheon, and his greater spring of rib.

Rank: 3rd
Entry J Generation: 3

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Entry J - Side

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Entry J is standing in front of Entry H. J is showing a more correct topline, with significantly more levelness in the area of the hips. J also has more width in the chest floor and has straighter rear legs when viewed from behind.

Rank: 4th
Entry H Generation: 5

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Entry H - Side

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Entry H stands ahead of Entry L for his advantage in width and depth. H is wider in the chest floor with that width still visible in the width between the hocks and the wider, more correct escutcheon. H is also deeper in the barrel and has greater spring of rib. H will grant to J a more level and correct topline, especially in the area of the hips.

Rank: 5th
Entry L Generation: 4

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Entry L - Side

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Entry L and Entry A are close in placement, but L stands in front of A for his more correct front end assembly and greater depth in the heart girth. A also has an advantage by having greater spring of rib.

Rank: 6th
Entry A Generation: 7

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Entry A - Side

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Entry A stands ahead of Entry B for his better blending and more correct angulation of the rear legs (when viewed from the side). A is also deeper in the barrel and shows better overall condition.

Rank: 7th
Entry B Generation: 5

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Entry B - Side

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Entry B places ahead of Entry D for his increasing depth in barrel from heart girth to flank. B also shows more width, both in the chest floor and between the hocks. B will grant to D more correct angulation in the rear legs (when viewed from the side.)

Rank: 8th
Entry D Generation: 1

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Entry D - Side

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Entry D - Front

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Enty D places ahead of Entry F for his more correct topline, especially over the hips and into the rump. D also shows more correct angulation in the rear legs when viewed from the side.

Rank: 9th
Entry F Generation: 2

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Entry F - Side

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Entry F stands in front of Entry G for his more correct feet and legs. F has stronger front pasterns with feet pointing more forward. In the view from behind, F has straighter rear legs with more width between the hocks and a more correctly shaped escutcheon.

Rank: 10th
Entry G Generation: 2

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Entry G - Side

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Entry G stands in front of Entry M for his strength in general appearance. G appears more balanced, is more level in the rump, and has greater spring of rib.

Rank: 11th
Entry M Generation: 2

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Entry M - Side

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Entry M stands in front of Entry C. M is more level in the topline in the area of the chine and has stronger pasterns in both front and rear.

Rank: 12th
Entry C Generation: 6

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Entry C - Side

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Entry C stands ahead of Entry I for his more level topline, especially in the rump. C also shows more width in the chest floor. I would like to see stronger pasterns.

Rank: 13th
Entry I Generation: 3

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Entry I - Side

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Entry I - Rear

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Entry I - Front

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Entry I is to be commended for his spring of rib. (In the side view, this buckling would appear more balanced if hocks were set under the pins.)