AOM Senior Does
Listed in Order by Age

Senior Does Under 2
Judge: Jena Williams

1st/1st Udder
Entry A

Creekside FA Sapphire (1).jpg

Single entry in our 2 year old class is to be commended on her sharp withers and promising mammary.
1 st place udder

Judge: April Hitch

1st/1st Udder
Entry A

Creekside FA Sapphire (1).jpg

Final Placings: A

First Udder: A

 

Starting of this class of senior does under 2 with a single entry. We would like to commend this doe from her dairy strength, showing a long, lean neck, as well as being sharp at the withers. Being a single entry, she will be first udder in the class. She should be commended on her strength of medial suspensory ligament.

Entry A
Generation: 4
Freshened: 4/4/2021
Mini Alpine

Creekside FA Sapphire (1).jpg
Creekside FA Sapphire (4).jpg
Creekside FA Sapphire (2).jpg
Creekside FA Sapphire (3).jpg
Creekside FA Sapphire (5).jpg
Senior Does 2 & under 3
Judge: Jena Williams

1st Place/1st Udder
Entry E

Creekside FS Elsie (1).jpg

2nd Place
Entry A

Dixie Dairy DK Ewok (1).jpg

3rd Place
Entry D

Creekside FS Carmel (1).jpg

4th Place
Entry B

Dixie Dairy DK Catastophe (1).jpg

5th Place
Entry C

Dixie Dairy Chaos (2).jpg

E places over A in mammary system being higher and wider in the rear udder and carrying her mammary more correctly up in the escutcheon arch; and in dairyness having a longer neck and more spring of rib for the dairy wedge when viewed from above. 1st place udder

A places over D in general appearance with front legs more straight when viewed from the front, and in front end assembly holding the elbow more tightly against the body wall.

D places over B in mammary having more attachment in the rear udder; and in general appearance D has the more correct front end assembly with the front leg setting more directly under the wither.

B places over C in mammary for more evidence of productivity today, and in general appearance for front legs being more straight when viewed from the front.

C is to be commended for her rear leg angulation.

Judge: April Hitch

1st Place
Entry B

Dixie Dairy DK Catastophe (1).jpg

2nd Place/1st Udder
Entry A

Dixie Dairy DK Ewok (1).jpg

3rd Place
Entry E

Creekside FS Elsie (1).jpg

4th Place
Entry D

Creekside FS Carmel (1).jpg

5th Place
Entry C

Dixie Dairy Chaos (2).jpg

Final Placings: B-A-E-D-C

First Udder: A

 

B is going over A in a close placing, but for her strength in general appearance, she will be placing over the doe behind her. For this strength in general appearance, she excels A, being more nearly level over topline, particularly in her rump and showing more adequate rear leg angulation. B also has the advantage in dairy strength, being sharper at her withers than A. However, she will yield to the capacity and rear udder attachments to A.

 

For this advantage in the mammary system, showing more capacity to her mammary and more balance in her halves, A is placing over E. She also excels E in body capacity, being deeper in her heart girth and carrying it back into her barrel. 

 

E is placing over D, in another close placing, for her advantage in the mammary system, showing a fore udder that blends more smoothly, as well as more desirable teat size and placement on her udder floor. E, in her turn, excels over D in general appearance, tracking on a more correct set of legs, having a less tendency to toe out. 

 

D excels over C, in her turn, in the mammary system. She is a doe that is showing more capacity to her mammary and has more desirable teat shape, than C. 

 

C should be commended for her dairy strength, being sharp in her withers.

Entry A
Generation: 1
Freshened: 12/23/2020

Freshenings: 1

Mini Alpine

Dixie Dairy DK Ewok (1).jpg
Dixie Dairy DK Ewok (4).jpg
Dixie Dairy DK Ewok (3).jpg
Dixie Dairy DK Ewok (2).jpg
Dixie Dairy DK Ewok (6).JPG

Entry B
Generation: 1
Freshened: 1/14/2021

Freshenings: 1

Mini Alpine

Dixie Dairy DK Catastophe (1).jpg
Dixie Dairy DK Catastophe (3).jpg
Dixie Dairy DK Catastophe (2).jpg
Dixie Dairy DK Catastophe (5).jpg
Dixie Dairy DK Catastophe (4).jpg

Entry C
Generation: 1
Dry
Mini Alpine

Dixie Dairy Chaos (2).jpg
Dixie Dairy Chaos (4).jpg
Dixie Dairy Chaos (3).jpg
Dixie Dairy Chaos (1).jpg

Entry D
Generation: 3
Freshened: 5/1/2021
Freshenings: 1

Mini Alpine

Creekside FS Carmel (1).jpg
Creekside FS Carmel (3).jpg
Creekside FS Carmel (2).jpg
Creekside FS Carmel (4).jpg
Creekside FS Carmel (5).jpg

Entry E
Generation: 1
Freshened: 5/20/2021
Freshenings: 1

Mini Alpine

Creekside FS Elsie (1).jpg
Creekside FS Elsie (3).jpg
Creekside FS Elsie (2).jpg
Creekside FS Elsie (4).jpg
Creekside FS Elsie (5).jpg
Senior Does 3 & under 4
Judge: Jena Williams

1st/1st Udder
Entry A

Dixie Dairy MC Kadence (3).jpg

2nd Place
Entry C

Little Valley Hevan's Spunky Rose (2).jpg

3rd Place
Entry D

Rose Bud (1).jpg

4th Place
Entry B

Living Stones Farm's naomi (1).jpg

A places over C in mammary system being more balances between the halves today, and in general appearance her forelegs are more straight when viewed from the front.
1st place udder

C places over D in for overall area of attachment in the mammary system, and in general appearance
for smoothness of blending of neck in to shoulder.

D places over today in mammary system showing us more evidence of productivity today, and in general appearance being longer in rump and stronger in rear pasterns.

B is to me commended for her dairy traits of length of neck and spring of rib.

Judge: April Hitch

1st/1st Udder
Entry A

Dixie Dairy MC Kadence (3).jpg

2nd Place
Entry C

Little Valley Hevan's Spunky Rose (2).jpg

3rd Place
Entry D

Rose Bud (1).jpg

4th Place
Entry B

Living Stones Farm's naomi (1).jpg

Final Placings: A-C-D-B
First Udder: A


A is placing over C, in her turn, for the mammary. She is a doe that is showing more capacity and balance in her halves, as well as a more desirable teat shape, than C. A also excels the doe placed behind her in general appearance, standing more uphill.
 

C is going over D for her advantage in the mammary system, having stronger lateral attachments and more capacity, extending into her fore udder. She will, however, yield to the width of chest floor, to D.
 

D has the advantage over B in general appearance, being more nearly level across her topline, particularly in the rump and a more nearly correct rear leg set. She also excels the doe placed directly behind her in body capacity, being deeper in her heart girth, extended back into her barrel, as well as being a doe with more width to her chest floor.
 

B should be commended for her extreme dairy strength, being sharp at her withers and having a long, lean neck.
 

Entry A
Generation: 1
Freshened: 3/3/2021
Freshenings: 2

Mini Alpine

Dixie Dairy MC Kadence (3).jpg
Dixie Dairy MC Kadence (2).jpg
Dixie Dairy MC Kadence (1).jpg
Dixie Dairy MC Kadence (4).jpg
Dixie Dairy MC Kadence (3).jpg

Entry B
Generation: 1
Dry

Mini Alpine

Living Stones Farm's naomi (1).jpg
Living Stones Farm's naomi (4).jpg
Living Stones Farm's naomi (2).jpg
Living Stones Farm's naomi (3).jpg

Entry C
Generation: 1
Freshened: 2/2/2020
Freshenings: 1

Mini Alpine

Little Valley Hevan's Spunky Rose (2).jpg
Little Valley Hevan's Spunky Rose (5).jpg
Little Valley Hevan's Spunky Rose (3).jpg
Little Valley Hevan's Spunky Rose (1).jpg
Little Valley Hevan's Spunky Rose (4).jpg

Entry D
Generation: 1
Dry

Mini Alpine

Rose Bud (1).jpg
Rose Bud (4).jpg
Rose Bud (2).jpg
Rose Bud (3).jpg
Senior Does 4 & under 5
Judge: Jena Williams

1st Place/1st Udder
Entry C

Maya.jpg

2nd Place
Entry B

Eowyn (5).jpg

3rd Place
Entry A

Arwen (1).jpg

C places over B in mammary system being wider and more capacious of rear udder and in general appearance being more smoothly blended in neck in to shoulder. 1st place udder

B places over A in general appearance being straighter in foreleg, tighter in toes, and stronger on her pasterns; and in topline being stronger in her back in the area of the chine.

A is to be commended for her balanced, well attached, and capacious mammary system.

Judge: April Hitch

1st/1st Udder
Entry A

Arwen (1).jpg

2nd Place
Entry C

Maya.jpg

3rd Place
Entry B

Eowyn (5).jpg

Final Placings: A-C-B

First Udder: A

 

Starting this class with a doe, A, that has the advantage over the balance of the class in the mammary system. She is a doe that excels the two does behind her in the extension and attachments of her fore udder. A also has the advantage in body capacity, showing more depth in barrel, extending to her rear flank.

 

C is placing over B, in a slightly closer placing, but for her advantage in the mammary system, she is going over the doe behind her, having more height and width to her rear udder. She also excels in general appearance, standing on a more correct set of legs, having a less tendency to hock in, and being tighter in her toes.

 

B should be commended on her dairy strength.

Entry A
Generation: 1
Freshened: 5/2/2021
Freshenings: 2

Mini Alpine

Arwen (1).jpg
Arwen (3).jpg
Arwen (5).jpg
Arwen (2).jpg
Creedside FS Arwen (4).jpg

Entry B
Generation: 1
Freshened: 3/27/2021
Freshenings: 3

Mini Alpine

Eowyn (5).jpg
Eowyn (1).jpg
Eowyn (2).jpg
Eowyn (3).jpg
Eowyn (4).jpg

Entry C
Generation: 1
Freshened: 7/29/2021
Freshenings: 1

Mini Oberhasli

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Maya-3.jpg
Maya-4.jpg
Maya-udder-2.jpg
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Senior Does 5 & Over
Judge: Jena Williams

 1st Place
Entry A

Missez (1).jpg

2nd Pace/1st Udder
Entry B

Cream (3).jpg

A over B in general appearance being more correct in front end assembly and straighter in front leg when viewed from the front and the side. She will grant height of rear and bloom of mammary to B.
 

B is to be commended for her dairyness of type and strength of rear pasterns for an 8 year old doe. 1st Place Udder

Judge: April Hitch

 1st Place
Entry A

Missez (1).jpg

2nd Pace/1st Udder
Entry B

Cream (3).jpg

Final Placings: A-B

First Udder: B

 

Placing this class of does 5 and over, in a very close placing, A is going over B for her advantage in general appearance. She is a doe that blends more smoothly from her neck into her withers and being slightly longer. She also excels the B in body capacity, being deeper in her barrel and wider in her chest floor, extending throughout. However, she will yield to the mammary system on B.

 

B will be commended for her mamary system, having nice lateral attachments.

Entry A
Generation: 3
Freshened:7/2/2021
Freshenings: 7

Mini Alpine

8 Years

Missez (1).jpg
Missez (2).jpg
Missez (3).jpg
Missez (5).jpg
Missez (4).jpg

Entry B

Generation: 2

Freshened: 8/3/2021

Freshening: 4

Mini Alpine

6 Years

Cream (3).jpg
Cream (1).jpg
Cream (2).jpg
Cream (4).jpg
Cream (5).jpg