Christine Broom on Young Farmers
I used to do stock judging for the Young Farmers Club so you look for the way the animal walks, if she’s secure and steady on all four legs. In other words she hasn’t got a weakness on her back legs, the way the udder that carries the milk is placed on the cow and that the teats are uniform and one on each corner of the udder and all the same length. And something called the ‘Dairy Wedge’ which is the area between the shoulder blade and the hip bone. The longer, wider and deeper it is the better the cow.