Bunny’s Show Record

MDGA VShow Fall 2018

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PNWMDGC Show 2019

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MDGA VShow Summer 2019

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MDGA VShow Fall 2019

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MDGA Summer VShow 2020

In a Class of 26 Doelings,
Bunny placed 18th and 8th:

“H is placing over B for her body capacity, being deeper in the heart girth,
wider in the chest floor, and longer in the barrel”- Jena Williams

“H places over O for her length of body and length of rump.
She also is slightly higher in her escutcheon.
She will grant some depth of body.” -Jennifer Lawrence

3x 1st Place
1x Reserve Champion Sr Doe
(Judge Rebecca Nix)
1x Best Udder
1x Best Udder in Show
(Judge Sam Whiteside)

Judge Sam Whiteside even asked us, 
“How did you get such a nice udder?”
Like, “AH! I get to chat genetics with a real judge!!!”

1x 4th Place,
1x 6th Place

“Four is placing over 5 for her advantage in front end toeing more straight forward. In mammary she has more desirable teat delineation.”
-Pat Hendrickson
“J-B Mammary showing more width to rear udder and more balance and symmetry from the side.” -Travis Cockburn

2x 4th Place

“Four over five for her mammary and body capacity. Four has a very correct and capacious udder where five is unfortunately dry. Four is much deeper in the rear barrel and showing more width throughout.”
-Lorelei Hallock
“D is placing over E for her advantage in mammary system. She has more adequate capacity and evidence of production, and a much wider rear. She also has the advantage in body capacity having more spring of rib and depth in the rear barrel.” -Grace Toy

Placed 1st Place out of 12 Does in BOTH Rings!

“In this class of two-year-old milkers, A stands at the front of the line. She stands above the second place animal, entry K, for a more level topline. A and K are both deep in the barrel but A is wider. A has the more capacious, more strongly attached udder, and will receive the First Place Udder Award for this class.”
-Ed Kinser

“This is a nice class of 2 yr old Mini Nubian milkers. One standing out over the others in Mammary system and will be placed First is Entry A over the class for her overall balance of 1/3 in front 1/3 behind the leg, a high wide arched-shaped escutcheon, excellent placement & clearly delineated teats, teat size in proportion¬†to udder & capacity smooth attachments all around.”
-Regina Tervo