Yup, that's the 4ye olds udder. She's in with a buckling (not hers) who sneaks in drinks when he can. Hence the crooked udder.The 4 year old and the 4 year old udder are they the same goat? If they are the udder is uneven which is not good. I honestly don't like how plump her teats are that's just my personal opinion though. She had decent teat length, I'm not that good at critiquing udders though so I could be completely wrong. Body wise she looks to be a pretty nice looking doe!
That's great! I'm glad she's easy to milk!Yup, that's the 4ye olds udder. She's in with a buckling (not hers) who sneaks in drinks when he can. Hence the crooked udder.
Her teats are quite large and like you, I don't like them. I bought her as she is a GREAT milker and produces triplets/twins consistently. But those teats make it sooo easy to milk!
Better blended, the brisket should join into the neck without any indentations, it should blend into the neck smoothly.When you say "better blended", what do you mean by that?
And I'll try to get a photo of when she is really full!
Yup, Joan Rowe.OMG, Rowe, as in Joan Rowe? If so I know her and her family! She used to be, if not, still is a Dairy goat judge, her brother Stuart Rowe has the world famous, world grand champion Innisfail milking shorthorn herd.
I actually was talking to her a few months ago, and went to visit Stuart and Emily, and picked up some calves from them.
Yes, getting a buck from us (Me, Joan, Kristi, Linda, Cinni, everyone I know) It's near impossible. We like to have all the marbles, so to say.Yup, Joan Rowe.
Sylvia (4yr old doe) was bred by her. The yearlings is from her lines as well. I'd love to get a buck from her but have heard its nearly impossible now.
I had emailed her this morning.You might also just ask Joan, she is getting pretty old now, she might part with one...
That muchI'm tempted to ask how much these goats cost. Guessing A LOT.