Dairy goat judging techniques
Dairy Goat Journal Pub. Corp., 1978 - Technology & Engineering - 272 pages
A philosopy of judging; Parts of dairy goat; Use of the score card breed standards for the evaluation of type; Evaluation of defects; Disqualification; Evaluating general appearance; Evaluation dairy character; Evaluating body capacity; The mammary system; Type deficiencies - especific for breed; Judging etiquette and ring technique; Giving reasons; Judging classes of milking does; Judging dry stock; Judging group classes; Judging bucks; Fitting and showing; Judging showmanship; Classification; Type changes - similarities and differences by age; Use if production and type information.
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A Philosophy of Judging
Parts of a Dairy Goat
Use of the Score Card and Breed Standards for
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