SizeMatter’s GGA Lady Justice

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SizeMatter’s GGA Lady Justice (F5)

MDGA American

TMGR American

Sire: Green Gables SOF Atlas*B (VMCH Green Gables Spice of Freedom*B+B x Green Gables EHJ Lady Nutmeg 2*P)

Dam: Gambit Farms Claire’s Pixie Dust (Texas Tykes Sir Westley of Beaumont x Gambit Farms Sable Clover)

Born 4-12-21; this little gal should be a wide, level milker. She looks to be a nice blend of both of her parents. So far, it appears that Atlas has brought down the size; hopefully he has given Justice tighter udder attachments than her dam as well.

UPDATE: Justice kidded with a beautiful FF udder in Feb 2023. She performed well on her first 1-day milk test, producing 4.83 lbs of milk with 4.11% butterfat at 5 weeks fresh. She was also entered in the Fall 2022 MDGA V-Show and placed 1st and 4th in her class of 21 Senior Yearlings.

Pattern/markings: gold (light red) bezoar, random roan patches (possibly moonspots?), frosted nose and ears.

Kidding History:

2023: Buck/Doe twins, fast labor at 149 days

Feedback From the Fall 2022 MDGA V-Show

Entries P and O are close, but P will stand at the head of this large class of Senior Yearlings for her strength in general appearance. P shows a distinct advantage over Entry O in her topline. She is higher in the withers and more level through the chine, loin, and hips. P also shows a slight advantage in the straightness of the rear legs, spring of rib, and width of the chest floor. Straighter feet would be an asset to this doe.

-Ed Kinser

Entry P over Entry D in General Appearance. Entry P is wider throughout especially in the chest floor and rump, has a closer toe set, and when viewed from the top she has smoother blending of the shoulder into the chest wall. Entry P does grant to Entry D a longer leaner neck.

– Lavinia Allen

Feedback From the 2022 TMGR Conformation Clinic:

A strong doe in all categories. Good general appearance on this doe. Long and level over the topline carried through to a level rump. Correct feet and legs with strong pasturns and good angulations to the rear legs.

In body capacity she shows width through and good extension of brisket. She has an increasing depth of body with a nice spring of rib. In dairy strength she is incurving in the thigh and nice angle to the rib. Ideally she could use a longer neck and more width in the escutcheon but overall a nice doe.

-Evaluator Rebekah Clarke

Praise for Justice at the 2021 TMGR Conformation Clinic:

Deep in the front end and sharp at the withers. She is tight and correct in the shoulder assembly, but should be tighter at the shoulders. Front legs are properly set with tight toes and deep heels. She should blend more smoothly from the loin into the hips and be more level and wider in the rump. She needs to be more open in the escutcheon and have more width at the hocks so that the hind legs are more squarely set. When viewed from the side, angulation in the hind legs is correct.

-Evaluator Sam Whiteside


FF Udder

Sire                                                      Dam

Dam’s 2F Udder

Sire’s Dam’s Udder


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