Entry B will be my First place
under 2 yr. old milkers, above all others in this class,
she is showing in Dairy Character more angularity
clearly seen dairy wedges from top, rear and sides and
in Mammary System a well balanced capacious udder,
strong medical suspensory ligament and good placement.
D is over A in General Appearance
for more level topline and in Mammary System more
A is over C in General Appearance
for showing more breed character and in Mammary system
being smoother blended in the fore udder,
C is over E in Mammary system for being higher in
rear udder and better side attachments,
E is over F in
Mammary system for having more udder capacity and a
smoother blended fore udder,
F is over J in Mammary
system for being more capacious in udder and plumper
J is over I in General Appearance for a stronger
topline and in Mammary system better placement,
over G in Mammary system in height and width of
arch-shaped escutcheon and showing more of a fore udder,
H is commended on 1/3 behind 1/3 in front of the leg of
side view of udder.
Judge: Timothy Bell
This class of yearlings will place
B, D, A, J, I, C, E, H, F, G.
B over D in the area of body
capacity with greater width and depth throughout. In
dairy character with greater angulation seen throughout.
Also in mammary system with greater capacity and more
appropriate teat placement.
D over A in the area of general
appearance with a more upstanding topline. In mammary
system with greater udder capacity. Also in dairy
character being sharper about the withers. She will
yield to the height of escutcheon to doe A.
A over J in the area of general
appearance blending more smoothly from the neck into the
withers, front feet set farther back under the withers.
In mammary system dividing more evenly when viewed from
the side, and stronger attachments. Also in dairy
character with greater height of escutcheon.
J over I in the area of body
capacity with greater width and depth throughout. Also
in the area of general appearance with a longer leaner
neck, and being more level from hips to pins.
I over C in the area of general
appearance with greater strength of pasterns, and a more
incurving thigh. Also in dairy character with more
clearly seen dairy wedges throughout, and being slightly
sharper about the withers.
C over E in the area of mammary
system with stronger lateral attachments holding the
udder floor well above the hocks. Also in body capacity
being deeper throughout.
E over H in the area of general
appearance being a more upstanding doe, stronger about
the pasterns, and blending more smoothly from the neck
into the withers. Also in dairy character with being
slightly more angular throughout, especially when viewed
from above and the side.
H over F for an advantage in
mammary system with greater strength of lateral
attachments holding the udder floor well above the
hocks. In general appearance being more level about the
topline. Also in dairy character with slightly sharper
F over G in mammary system in her
turn for having greater strength of lateral attachments
and medial suspensory ligaments, and for her capacity.
Also in general appearance with front legs set farther
back under the withers, and with a longer leaner neck.
G is to be commended for her great
depth of body throughout.