GCH MAMM-KEY RABBIT’S GLADE
Glade is a very powerful & independent doe. She is one of our larger does. She is a tall upstanding doe with strength. She has good feet and legs. She has one of our smoother front ends. She has a proper set to her rear legs and good rear leg angulation. I have never had a doe like Glade. In 2006 Glade had a single buckling as a first freshening two year old. Her udder was so snug into the body when she freshened. There was always more milk then appeared. Her udder is hidden up into the body, which protects it. Glade has some exceptional attachments. Her udder is attached tight from rear to fore to side. Her fore udder is long and smoothly blended into the body. She has one of the highest rear udders in the herd, yet not one of the widest. She has plenty of dairy character, a long lean neck, open flat ribs and shine. She is deep bodied with plenty of spring of rib. She has a level top line and rump. Glade is a brood doe. She developed mastitis as a 5 year old and it has affected her lactations. We want those beautiful kids. We choose to dry her up early. She has the appearance of a dairy goat and is genetically a dairy goat. Her dam. Rabbit and her daughter, Jitterbug both produced over 5000 lbs.