Blackberry’s Snowflake Obsidian (photos courtesy of Green Eggers Farm):
placed 1st in rings 1 and 2 of MDGA 2017 summer Vshow: “Entry B places over Entry A in General Appearance. Entry B is stronger in her topline and blends more smoothly from the loin into the rump. She also has more width in the chest floor and more width in the escutcheon area.” -Lavinia Allen “Fairly close pair of does but B places over A for the advantage she jas I body capacity, being much deeper into the chest floor. In general appearance, she has a longer bone pattern and more extension of brisket.” -Katie Wolf Obsidian went on to get 2x Reserve Champion Junior Doe!
Obsidian as a yearling FF, top placings in her class against more mature does:
Daughter, Blackberry’s Charcoal (photo courtesy of
Green Eggers Farm):
Charcoal took 5th and 11th in her summer 2017 Vshow class. However, as a yearling she’s really blossomed and got top honors at the March Madness Dairy Goat Show!
Grand, Reserve, and Best in Show!
Son, Blackberry’s Jolly Oll St. Nick ( photos courtesy
Green Eggers Farm):
Came 1st in rings 1 and 2, and took Reserve Champion in ring 1: “Entry A in General Appearance because he has a nice level topline with a little more height in the withers along with good angulation in his rear legs.” -Lavinia Allen “Single entry junior yearling showing a lot of strength in general appearance, being really level and fairly correct in feet and legs. He is balanced in body capacity. I’d like to see more length of bone and a higher escutcheon.” -Katie Wolf “I placed the Mini Nubian Jr Buck Reserve Champion as the Jr. Yearling Buckling for his General Appearance. He has a straighter topline uphill to his withers, smooth blending of the loin into the rump, a more desirable slope to the rump and he shows better angulation of the rear legs when viewed from the side. ” -Lavinia Allen
Son, BCF Legacy’s Broadway Sensation:
In the MDGA 2017 Summer V-show, he came 1st in ring 1 and 3rd in ring 2: “Entry B over Entry G in General Appearance because he shows more height in the withers, longer and leaner in the neck and smoother blending from loin to rump.” -Lavinia Allen “B places over G for general appearance, with more length and levelness from hips to pins. In dairyness, he is longer and leaner in the neck.” -Katie Wolf