This is Flora’s udder. She’s a first time freshener. First picture is her udder when she first kidded, and the second picture is from yesterday. Barley is still nursing off her but I did get a bit over a half gallon in morning. I usually get less if I bet Barley to breakfast. I don’t mind not getting a lot of milk, though. It was very goaty from some plant awhile back and is improving a ton now. Her teats have at least tripled in size and are SO easy for a newbie to milk.
This is my Josie. Mostly Nubian, but possibly not purebred.
Her udder is not classically beautiful, but that front attachment is so strong her udder barely even jiggles when she walks. It's tucked up so nicely under her body they I've not had issues with it getting damaged on thorn bushes, brush, etc. And she'll do a gallon a day of the best milk you've ever tasted in your life.
This is Josie's daughter, Little Beaut, who I hope will perpetuate her mama's good qualities.