I've never seen any weak attachments in Swaggers lines, they routinely score E's in mammary. So I am curious to see what does from his lines had bad attachments.
The Sunshine lines have the least body capacity of all the bucks to choose from there, so IMO they won't help you any/much there.
Out of the bucks there, I'm not sure who I would go with then, that would improve your does, yet not increase the udder size. :chin: Normally for show does, you'd want a more milky doe, since that's where 35 of your points are.
What I mean by "weak attachments", is that they're not really straight out on the fore or really good on the back. Right now, I want really good attachments, and then I want arch and width.
In body/general appearance, I want body capacity and feet and legs.
I just don't like those really big, slightly loose udders. And the small teats.
Hey, that would be great! The biggest problem we had was the weather...all our does went in to heat on freezing cold, wet days :/ Reeeaally fun, trust me! Not!
It's also hard on small or younger does. I had only one take (well, two, but the other aborted), but it was great! I AIed to Legacy back then
Yeah the weather has been schizo that's for sure! I am so wanting to use a buck off of biogenetics.......I just don't want to blindly try AI-ing and wasting it.......I'll check into solidifying the use of the tank and will let you know!
If you haven't heard, I want to bring sexy back. But really, that old style is my goal, focusing on the sodium oaks lines.
I think Fruit Loops might be a good option though, his dam has lots of capacity, nice fore udder, etc. His half brother is my dude's sire, and he's huge. Alpine Valley has some very nice goats. Not to mention that Honey Oats was the 2006 national reserve grand champion, but I'm sure you knew that already.