I don’t mean to just beat this subject to death but I just want to remind you that it takes a good rump to have a good udder. Don’t use a buck with a sloping rump, he will probably pass this on to his daughters, you will then multiply those loose, floppy udders in your herd.
Have a doe with a loose udder then look for a buck to improve this. Udders can be improved in the future generations with the right buck!
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