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I don't have a problem with her legs maybe not the 89pt F&L like she scored. I do agree with TitanTom that legs seem to be getting too straight.
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Legs look ideal to me. If anything I'd change her rump just a bit, topline is making her look better there than she is. But I can see her being 89, no problem.
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Doorman -49 lbs in milk, 2 standard deviation slow milking in CND, Half of cows are out of ET in CND. Rump up hill. Half of the semen is kept by CIAQ for the Québec breeders.....And so What? Doorman much to expansive, how to make a marekting buzz world wide...
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Anyone milking some Doorman now? Just ordered my first semen from him, now that the price is more reasonable
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About his milking speed , are somebody think he it can be a problem accordingly
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Only milking 1 which isn't a great sample group, but her udder looks good, lovely shape, covered in veins etc, but it feels like a brick and the teats are like leather atm. 3 wks fresh bugger all milk and takes forever to get it. Have another from same flush and 4 from another flush. Hope the first one's just an anomaly.
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I have heard quite mixed reports about them.

Nobody I have spoken to has had a big problem with milking speed, but lack of milk seems like a bigger problem.
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Our neighbours had one just go 87pts they came back to check her for 88 so she is legit, she was a recep carrying a ivf and her pedigree is junk so he can make great ones out of nothing, but her udder was really shallow when she calved.

 There isn't a son of his that I'm in love with yet, that checks all the boxes for me. Good production, type+good rump, fertility, SCS/SCC and his milking speed problem. I'm thinking he'd cross well with our Fever's, but find the Mccutchen blood with Kingboy/Kingpin/HighOctane/CapitalGain look to be more complete bulls.
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Did alright in the milking classes at Madison
3rd milking yearling
1st and 5th Jr 2
1st and 3rd Jr 3
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just back from the US. As is the case over here, milking speed is fine and they have enough milk
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