Aquila Acres WFM Almond
Breed: Purebred Alpine
Almond is a smaller and younger doe, her mother is a beautiful doe who milks well but has a smaller teat size.
While we would love to see Almond grow into herself here, the fact remains that she simply doesn't thrive in a large herd. due mainly to her small size, she is picked on more heavily than other does. She then gets special attention to keep her at a good weight, making her a difficult keeper in a large herd.
Temperament: Slightly more cautious than other does her age but loves people after warming up to them.
Strengths: proper body.
Weaknesses: Smaller body capacity.
Udder Description: First fresheners udders are difficult to evaluate as they continue to expand. Almond's udder is smaller with teats placed farther on the outside.