Mark that Card: Whether Dams

Thank you to Nolan Hildebrand, Connors State College Livestock Judging Coach, for providing the official placings and reasons for this class of wether dams. Thank you to Hobbs Show Lambs and Morgan Meisenheimer for providing the pictures. To view more livestock judging classes click here. I like the wether dams 1324. The overwhelming stoutness and power the white muzzled ewe […]

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Mark that Card: Breeding Does

Breeding Does Official Results Provided by, Brittany Smith, Frank Phillips College 2-3-4-1  Cuts: 3-3-4 My preferred alignment of the Breeding Does is 2-3-4-1.  I found a place to begin in the 2 Doe, she best combines an attractive look on the profile with her productive high volume body type, and I can see her generating successful show-ring bound […]

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Mark That Card: Wether Dam Ewes Results

Scenario: Rank these ewes as potential donors for an elite club lamb operation in southwest Oklahoma. These ewes will be artificially inseminated or naturally bred to bucks with codon 171 reading homozygous or heterozygous, with the goal to raise competitive show lambs for major stock shows. Elite male progeny will be left in tack for […]

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Mark That Card: Breeding Ewe Class Results

Breeding Ewes Official Results Provided by, Ben Williams, Hutchinson Community College 1-3-4-2   Cuts: 2-2-5 My ranking of the wether dams is 1342. I initially find a challenging, yet incredibly high quality trio of sheep with unique production strengths. Ultimately, I land on the overwhelming presence and look of 1 to win. The sheep who is the […]

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