These are MY OWN NOTES of my farm & info I have found online that I may want to use, THIS IS NOT VETERINARY ADVICE FOR ANYONE. PLZ do your own research, & seek veterinary advice from a licensed vet.
4/3/2022 - Microchipped all young kids/yearlings and any mature doe's that hadn't been done yet. Still need to do a few bucks...
After complete full fecal testing thru Oregon State Veterinary Service to learn EXACTLY what to treat for each goat in the herd... We are creating a new plan to treat and still ensure the safety of our bred doe's, I have added Durvet Goat Care 2x Dewormer feed additive. Ingredient: Contains Rumatel® (Morantel tartrate) 0.194% (0.88 grams per pound) For the removal and control of mature gastrointestinal nematode infections of goats including Haemonchus contortus, Ostertagia (Teladorsagia) circumcincta, and Trichostrongylus axei. Feed as a single therapeutic treatment at 0.44 grams of morantel tartrate per 100 pounds of body weight. Fresh water should be available at all times. After medicated feed is consumed, resume normal feeding. Conditions of constant worm exposure may require treatment in 2 to 4 weeks. When used as a top dress the medication as well as the underlying feed should be evenly distributed. Top-Dress Directions: Body Weight (Pounds)......Ounces of Goat Care 2X ................12.5...................................1 oz. ..................25...................................2 oz. ..................50...................................4 oz. ..................75....................................6 oz. .................100..................................8 oz. .................150..................................12 oz. .................200.................................16 oz
FDA Approved for use in all classes of goats
Economical double strength formula - 4 oz. per 50 lb of body weight
No milk withdrawal. 30 day slaughter withdrawal
Convenient, single dose treatment at any time during production cycle, helping you to strategically deworm the entire herd.
Very safe. Rumatel®, when administered during safety trials at twenty times the recommended level, produced no adverse reactions. Backed by years of safe use in goats.
Does not adversely impact reproductive performance.
May by used frequently. Conditions of constant worm exposure may require retreatment within 2 to 4 weeks.
We are struggling with a Barber Pole Worm issue at the new property. Valbazen previously used with success is no longer effectively working. Researching Moxidectin which we've successfully used in years past, and also Prohibit/Levamisole dewormer as well, in an effort to utilize two different dewormer classes. Interesting article/summary on moxidectin in goats/pregnant goats/kids... Click here for article from www.sciencedirect.com, "Safety and reproductive safety of moxidectin in goats" Overall, the conclusion is: 'It is concluded that although the drug appears to be safe for use to goats of all ages and reproductive stages, care should be taken to avoid inadvertent overdosing' and that the dewormer moxidectin 1% injectable given orally in this experiment is safe for all ages and pregnant/non pregnant animals. Later read that Moxidectin Injectable should be 1cc per 50lbs versus 1cc per 100lbs.
Prenancy Status approx Dec 31 2021 1 Maggie 0.096 Open ~28-45 2 Melody 0.137 Recheck ~28-45 3 Garden 0.806 Pregnant~28-45 4 Serena 0.143 Recheck~28-45 5 Sera 0.104 Open~28-45 6 Jenga 0.1 Open~28-45 Recheck 7 Summer 0.539 Pregnant maybe aborted? 8 Katie 0.082 Open ~28-45 9 Song 0.623 Pregnant ~28-45
1/12/2022 - BUCKS: All bucks feet trimmed & Priox treated. OSU Fecals show clear for Coccidia, none found in bucks after their single dose of Baycox from 1/3/2022 (except Steel & Money in separate pen). Steel Baycox 18ml and Money Baycox 9ml on 1/12/2022. Trichstrong ova all bucks, per OSU: Moxidectin Inj Orally, Steel 2cc, Justin 2cc, Music 2cc, All bucklings/yearlings got 1-1.5cc on 1/12/2022
Prenancy Status Nov 28 2021 1 Surprise 0.423 Pregnant~28-32 2 Goldie 0.045 Open~28-32 3 Bikini 0.574 Pregnant~28-32 4 Rosie 0.59 Pregnant~28-32 5 Flower 0.551 Pregnant~28-32 6 Summer 0.525 Pregnant~28-32 7 Sera 0.045 Open~28-32 8 Song 0.046 Open~28-32
Mature Doe's CAE Status Nov 28 2021 Surprise Negative Goldie Negative Bikini Negative Rosie Negative Flower Negative Summer Negative Sera Negative Song Negative Katie Negative/CL negative
Dewormed second dose for all doe's first week of October before any breedings. Valbazen Dewormed second dose for all mature bucks, Valbazen, 10/20/2021 Dewormed baby bucks, 2021 bucks kids, Valbazen 10/21/2021, Nuflor Doublin
2022 BREEDING UPDATES: 10/20/2021: Renny bred to Wine N Roses and Sweet Pavlova (Maggie) (Preg chk 11/17, Poss due 3/14/22) 10/16/2021: Justin in breeding pen with Garden Party, Flower Girl, Surprise Party, Summer Party (Goldie), Midsummer Night, (Preg chk 11/13, poss due 3/10/22)
10/14/2021, Flower Girl briefly bred to both Renny and Justin, (preg chk 11/10, poss due 3/7/22)
September 15th, 2021_Online Info found about Prohibit Dewormer Use Prohibit Dewormer for Sheep/Goats – this is an online conversation I found among other livestock sheep/goat breeders, it is not veterinary information or label instructions, it is simply online chatter: Mixing Instructions for "STANDARD SHEEP DRENCH SOLUTION - Place the contents of each 52g powder packet in a one gallon (128 fl. oz.) container, fill with water; swirl until dissolved." (The dosage for the standard solution would be .5 oz/50 lbs and .41 g/fl oz. There are two different sheep dosages on the label which makes it kind of confusing....I called the company, 'agrilabs' & told them that I needed a smaller dosage measure as I do not have a scale. First they had to state legally, they do not recommend mixing in any measure other than 1 package per gallon. But then they said if I did want to try it "at my own risk" I should use 1/2 teaspoon of Prohibit powder mix per 1 cup water. Dose @ 29.5cc per 100lbs OR 14.75cc per 50lbs OR 7.37cc per 25lbs. So roughly: 30cc’s per 100lbs/22cc’s for 75lbs/15cc’s per 50lbs/7.5 cc’s per 25lbs) **Personally this seems like a crazy high amount of liquid to try to dose goats with! So I'll try the 'concentrated sheep mix version' from the Prohibit label listed below instead.... (Click here to view Prohibit Label) For the concentrated sheep mix directions (shown below) the dosage is 2 cc/50 lbs and 3 g/fl oz. Additional mixing/dosing info per Prohibit Label: SHEEP-CONCENTRATED DRENCH SOLUTION- ...Mix contents of one 52g powder packet in a...measuring container and add water to the 17.5 fl oz level. Mix well until dissolved. Give 2 mL per 50 lb. body weight.
*Updated info found online from another breeder states: "Also I was told with Prohibit this dewormer inhibits thiamine so do recommend giving a dose of B complex as well." (Not sure if this is true??)
A and B variants, are associated with a high content of alpha-s1 casein in milk. *
E, F and N variants, are associated with a lower content of alpha-s1 casein in milk.
O1 represents a non-functional variant ("null") that is associated with lack of alpha-s1 casein production. Any combination of "high" variants will produce high amounts of alpha-s1 casein.
Any combination of "high" and "low" variants, or "high" and "null" variants, will produce intermediate amounts of alpha-s1 casein.
Any combination of "low" variants, with or without "null" will produce low amounts of alpha-s1 casein. Goats with two copies of the O1 "null" variant will not produce alpha-s1 casein protein.
* This test is not designed to detect subvariants of A and B.
Herd Disease testing 4/20192/27/2021 Q-fever 1 A Serum Marian Not detected 3 A Serum Patty Not detected 4 A Serum Serena Not detected 5 A Serum Cami Not detected 6 A Serum Sera Not detected 7 A Serum Bunny Not detected 8 A Serum Gidget Not detected 9 A Serum Tranq Not detected
Caseous & Q-fever 2 A Serum Garden Negative Not detected 10 A Serum Player Negative Not detected 11 A Serum BB Negative Not detected 12 A Serum Ally Negative Not detected 13 A Serum Flower Negative Not detected 14 A Serum Maggie Negative Not detected 15 A Serum Melody Negative Not detected 16 A Serum Serenity Negative Not detected 17 A Serum LTB Negative Not detected 18 A Serum Encore Negative Not detected 19 A Serum Heartbreak Negative Not detected 20 A Serum Polly Negative Not detected 21 A Serum CoCo/Tubby Negative Not detected
Johne’s Disease by ELISA 2 A Blood, Clotted Garden -0.006 Negative 14 A Blood, Clotted Maggie -0.002 Negative 15 A Blood, Clotted Melody 0.001 Negative 16 A Blood, Clotted Serenity -0.005 Negative 17 A Blood, Clotted LTB -0.005 Negative 18 A Blood, Clotted Encore -0.006 Negative 19 A Blood, Clotted Heartbreak -0.004 Negative 20 A Blood, Clotted Polly -0.005 Negative 21 A Blood, Clotted CoCo/Tubby -0.006 Negative
Small Ruminant Lentivirus (CAE/OPP) 2 A Blood, Clotted Garden 6.214 Negative 14 A Blood, Clotted Maggie 0.388 Negative 15 A Blood, Clotted Melody 3.301 Negative 16 A Blood, Clotted Serenity 3.689 Negative 17 A Blood, Clotted LTB 6.311 Negative 18 A Blood, Clotted Encore -5.631 Negative 19 A Blood, Clotted Heartbreak 4.757 Negative 20 A Blood, Clotted Polly 10.680 Negative 21 A Blood, Clotted CoCo/Tubby 5.728 Negative
Buck Care, prior to breeding season for 202111/12/2020Encore and LTB both got hooves trimmed, 2cc BoSe, 3cc B-Complex, 2cc Vitamin AD, 5cc Ultra Mineral Max Paste, and Moxidectin dewormer Sept 1st 2020. Both goat another 5cc dose of UltraMineralMax Paste roughly 10/25/2020 just before Encore went to Anna's for breedings and LTB went to Katrina's for breedings.
* Still need to do Baby doe's and blood test baby doe's * Still need to do Baby bucks and DNA baby bucks Prego Updates3/7/2020Did UltraBoss on everyone, topical along the back, mid/late Feb.
Did Cylence on everyone, heavily along the back, 3/5/2020
3/5/2020, Did BoSe, CDT, and BoviSera to Tubby (Cadbury Bunny) and Psycho (Garden Party) for upcoming kiddings
Breeding Update 2/10/2020Flower, Sera, Cadenza, and BB all confirmed Prego w/BioPryn 2/1/2020 Pulled Lost Treasure Bay from doe pen. No more breedings for 2020. 2/9/2020 Sold older doe and young wether/Woodburn 2/9/2020 Breedings/Sales Update1/20/2020 Marian confirmed prego to LTB, due 4/30/2020, sold to Kelly S, pending pickup time undetermined but before 2/14/20.
Jenga DNA, X Sire for Encore, Heartbreaker, LTB, Peeny submitted testing Ryder 1/16/2020. Still need to DNA 2019 kids. Still need to euth Manny wether & Cami doe before 2/14/20, Liver samples to Michigan State for Mineral Analysis.
Patty Cake & daughter Player, both sold as bred doe's, picked up at the farm 12/16/2019. Did Preg Blood draws for Ally and Flower, drawn & mailed 12/17/2019, Priority Mail but receipt said delivery expected to arrive to lab Saturday 12/21/2019. ** IF Flower is bred, kids need to be DNA tested to determine if sire is AI sire or live breeding sire. Breeding update 12/9/2019 Leash bred Marian and Serena to LTB on 12/7/2019 - (should have been Encore but I messed up). If they come back into heat, I will rebreed using Encore.
LTB quickly leash bred Beach Bunny, she was in strong standing heat, while I walked him through doe pen after buck collection on 12/8/2019.
Tattoed Josephine, Calysta, Player, Tranquility, Lost Treasure Bay, Tubby on 12/6/2019. Tattoed 2 2019 doe kids, Trinity and Taffy, with only BF1 because I have lost the "L" digit needed to finish their tattoo. Alerted Buyer to tattoo "Year Ear" and/or microchip. Trimmed all these goats hooves as well. Trinity and Taffy both got dose of Quest gel dewormer. LTB got dose of BoSe, Vitamin AD, 10cc Mineral Max paste. Need to re-do Encore.
Farm update 11/8/2019Sold Polly & her 2 babies to a wonderful Sherwood family 11/5/2019. /Bunny and Flower both at fence line/heat/flagging, 11/6/19-11/7/2019, bred Bunny to LTB on evening 11/7/2019. May try to AI Flower 11/8/2019 to Sulay
10/8/201910/8/2019 Melody Heat Summer Heat Marian heat Maggie Heat Cadenza Heat Tranq heat - bred to LTB, 1-2hrs
10/9/2019 Marian Heat Player Heat - leash bred to LTB on 10/9/2019 1-2hrs.
10/10/2019 NWODGA Onsite tour of Clackamas Co Fairgrounds facility, submitted non-profit letter
10/12/2019 NWODGA Meeting - Tualatin Fred Meyer 1 pm 10/4/2019Patty Cake leash bred to Lost Treasure Bay 10/3/2019. 10/6/2019 Ally Heat Melody starting heat Breeding animal expectancies:10/1/2019 BP:
Pos: Mammary Capacity, length of body, long strong level topline, general appearance, great feet/legs, Head E, Neg: maybe not so much for teat size. RMP +
HBK: Pos: Teat size, placement, medial, robust kids, MeMe FUA 36, RUH 37, RUA 36 Neg: Cento/Foreudder?, MeMe Rmp A
LTB: Pos: Lost in Lace, 2nd Pl 2yr old 2015 Nat'l, nice foreudder, strong medial, decent teat size, Lacey RUH (36), FUA (33), UdTxt E, RrLg E Neg: Could use more downward pointing teats, better side attachment?
ENC: Pos: Strong level topline, rump, length of body, improved rear udder height and strength in medial, rear leg set. CPLA VEEE91, FUA 36, RUH 36, RUA 33, UdTxt E, Encore RrLg E Neg: Smaller teat size? Height? Toe out? CPLA RMP A
VL: Pos: LM to Bee: great length of body, round mammary shape, very large teat size, strong medial, good foreudder from Dam TchrPt, short, sire UndrStd VEE89 Neg:
WDY: Pos: Dam PtPrms, large teats, well placed, smooth fore, FUA 35,RUH 34, RUA 29, Mam E Neg: slight forward tilt
BR: Pos: Dam Scrlt, FUA 38,RUH 35, RUA 31, Head E, Mam E, RrLg E, VEVE90, great foreudder, milks out great, texture great, Neg: rump/width? smaller teat size
SLY: Pos: Lvn D, FUA 36,RUH 43, RUA 41, Head V, Mam E, VEVE90, Great rear udder wide/side/hght, huge teats, great length of body, MnSp, Neg: Rmp + ?
HGS: Pos: Rump width 40, strong back, great general appearance EVE 90 Neg: teat size?
Wrthy: Pos: Heavy Honeydew/SHH Neg: Rmp F, +V+ 84 GA +,
Care Update 9/30/2019 Ally trim hooves, 1.5cc Cydectin all 2018 yearlings hooves trimmed Melody trimmed hoones 9/29/2019
9/30/2019, Calysta breeding & buck care update Calysta bred to Heartbreaker 9/30/2019, due 2/22/2020 Heartbreaker, 2cc BoSe, 1.5cc Vit A & D, 6cc Mineral Max ultra paste, 1.5cc Cydectin orally, hoof trim Caylsta, 1 cc BoSe, 6cc Mineral Max paste, 1cc Cydectin, hoof trim Encore, 2cc BoSe, 2cc Vit A&D, 6cc Mineral Max paste, 2cc Cydectin orally, hoof trim LTB, 2cc BoSe, 2cc Vit A&D, 6cc Mineral Max paste, 2cc Cydectin orally, hoof trim Manny, 2cc BoSe, 2cc Vit A&D, 6cc Mineral Max paste, 2cc Cydectin orally, hoof trim, wethered Deworm 9/15/2019, 24 days from Noromectin deworming Moxidectin Injectable given orally to: All babies 0.5cc Polly 1.0cc All bucks 1.5cc All mature doe's 1.2cc (still need to get Bunny, Denza, Ally, Serenity) Later read that instead of 1cc per 100lbs it should be 1cc per 50lbs. May dose again in 10 days with another 1.5cc per 100lbs. Need to do fecals on everyone: Buck pen, mature doe's, yearling/2 yr olds, babies
Noromectin oral deworming days 8/23/2019Orally dosed Noromectin: ** 6cc Serenity 3cc to: Ally Melody Jenga Summer **Calysta Milly **Tranq Sera Marian Flower **Gidget **JoJo Serena **Cami BB Psycho Tubby Denza **Patty Bunny **Player BUCKS: 6cc Encore 3cc to: Heartbreaker LTB **Manny
Still need to do baby pen: **Polly & her twins Godiva Mimosa Party Checkers Bikini Babe Rosie **Tina Kitty **Taffy
8/19/2019, Fecal on 2019 kidsMultiple doses over the past 4 months of Baycox & Valbazen for all 2019 kids shows no Coccidia or worm issues except a few Barberpole eggs (less than 8). Will use Quest Plus Gel to treat whole herd next weekend. Ordered Cydectin Inj to have on hand for easier dosing given orally, 3cc per 100lbs. Quest Plus gel given 1.25cc per adult/100lbs and .5 cc per weaned kid.
Dosed bucks with Valbazen in July, Dosed bucks with Baycox and with Quest Plus gel first of August, will dose again in mid/late August with Valbazen and have fecal run on individual bucks. Will begin adding in medicated grain for Coccidia prevention/weight during rut/winter. Added Vitalix bucket back into buck pen/shared doe pen fence.
Will dose mature doe herd with Quest Plus gel in August, 1.25cc per adult/100lbs. Will dose again Sept 1st and then run fecal on doe herd. Need to finish drying everyone up 8/20/2019-ish and then begin adding in Special Blend/Medicated Feed for winter/coccidia prevention.
BB starts off 2019 kidding season...3/21/2019 BB VERY EASILY kidded quads, 1 buckling got stuck in his sack before I could get to him. 3 GORGEOUS lovely doe kids are alive & healthy. All four kids were nice and big, equally sized. She has plenty of milk, no issues at all, got some colostrum/milk 24hrs after kidding to put in the freezer. BB is EXTREMELY attentive & an EXCELLENT mother keeping the kids close and spotless clean at all times.
New ReoLink POE Camera Install3/16/2019 Purchased new Kidding Camera/Barn Monitoring system: Reolink PoE 4MP HD Indoor/Outdoor Surveillance Camera, Night Vision/Audion/Remote Access/Motion Detection. RLC-410 $54.99 Amazon (purchased 1 to start, but will immediately buy more after seeing how great these are and how easy it is to setup!) Link to the ReoLink products website: https://reolink.com/product/rlc-410/ Purchased CAT6 (GET ROUND CABLES/NOT FLAT CABLES!) PoE cabling 150ft to milkroom plus multiple 5-7ft sections for connections between Switch & Camera's. About $35 for all the cabling Purchased NetGear 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch (GS305P), installed in the milk, via 150ft CAT6 cable from home to barn. $59.99 SUPER EASY SETUP!!! Just plugged in the CAT6 from my router to the NetGear switch, from the NetGear Switch to the ReoLink Camera, downloaded the Reolink App on my iphone and setup an account. Poof everything works GREAT!! Plus it has some seriously awesome night vision! I forgot to turn on the lights the first night, but when I checked the camera feed it was great! No additional like was necessary! Pic is nice and clear and I can tell every animal even in the pitch black! * NOTE: REMOVE THE MOTION DETECTION because it seriously screeches out alarms like crazy and send notices!! Ugh! For some reason I do have to unclick the audio Mute every time I check it on my phone. Not sure why??
BB Prego Kidding Maint 3/16/2019 BB, Bovi-Sera 2-3cc, Noromectin 2.5cc, BoSe 2.0cc, Mineral Max 6cc, Essential 3+ CDT 2cc, Hoof trimming. 2018 Babies moved into doe pen. 2018 babies & Maggie & Cami all got Noromectin Inj. All mature doe's got 2-3cc Noromectin inj
Maint 2/24/2019 Hoof trimming Maggie, Cami Noromectin injected, 1.5cc to all 2018 kids Noromectin injected, 3.5cc to Maggie, Cami, Ally, Melody, Polly (2cc). Noromectin injected to:
Maint 1/25/2019 Manny in w/all the mature doe's 1/19/2019 through 2/5/2019 UltraBoss on everyone including bucks, youngsters, and mature doe's 1/19/2019 Blood draws for annual disease testing and preg checks on mature doe's (all except Sereni, Maggie, Polly, CoCo, Psycho, & Melody since they weren't 28 days past breeding yet)
Cydectin/Moxidectin/Quest Dewormer Info found Online12/31/2018 Dosage depends on which Cydectin you were given as there are four different products on the market and each has a different amount of moxidectin in it: Cydectin sheep drench has only 1 mg/kg moxidectin in it and has to be dosed at 25 ccs per 100 lbs to be effective; next is the Cydectin Pour-On containing 5 mg/kg moxidectin and a dosage of 5 ccs per 100 lbs; third on the list is Cydectin injectable that contains 10 mg/kg moxidectin and is dosed at 2.5 ccs per 100 lbs; and last but not least (actually the strongest formulation) is Quest Horse dewormer gel with a strength of 20 mg/kg moxidectin and a dose of 1.25 ccs per 100lbs.
We have used three of the four types of Cydectin for many years and it continues to work well on our goats. We have given it orally, regardless of whether it's a Injectable or oral gel, but we only use when needed according to fecal exam results. We have never used the Cydectin Sheep Drench as it requires such a large dose to be effective it seems cost prohibitive.
The manufacturer's insert reads, "When used according to label directions, neither a pre-slaughter drug withdrawal period nor a milk discard time are required. Meat and milk from cattle treated with CYDECTIN (moxidectin) Pour-On may be used for human consumption at any time following treatment." However, "according to label directions" is as a pour-on for cattle, so there is no published information specific to withdrawal times when given orally to dairy goats.
Maint12/29/2018 12/3 - Maggie & Serenity heat, not bred 12/11 - Encore in with all the mature doe's except Cami & Denza till about 12/21 12/11 Cami & Denza in with LTB till about 12/21 12/21, Katrina's 2 doe's in w/Encore (calf hutch side spot) until 12/29 12/27-28, Maid Marian, Player and Psycho in heat, no bred 12/29 Encore in with main doe pen, bred Cadbury Bunny and bred Tranquility. Marian, Player, & Psycho don't appear to be in heat anymore. Pulled Cami and BB into baby pen away from bucks.
Maint 11/5/2018 Bucks (Encore, Heartbreaker, LTB, Manny) - all got Vitamin AD injection, BoSe injection, Mineral Max paste 5cc, Oral Quest Plus dewormer 1-2cc, hooves trimmed/treated. Manny got Coccidia/Baycox as well. 11/1/2018 JoJo got Coccidia/Baycox med 11/1/2018, Quest Plus dewormer 11/3/2018 White Stipe/Jenga got Quest Plus dewormer 11/3/2018 Cami, Maggie, Serenity, Patty, all got Quest Plus dewormer 11/3/2018 Goldie heat 11/3/2018 - bred to Encore Cadenza heat 11/3/2018 - not bred Flower heat 11/4/2018 - not bred Cami, no heat, in with Manny 11/3/2018, no breedings noticed (update:11/5/2018 in w/Manny/full heat/bred) Serenity heat 11/5/2018 - bred to Encore Vitamin pellets 11/5/2018 - All Bucks & Doe's & Kids
Rules for ADGA Buck & Doe Recognitions 2018 (How does a buck get Superior Genetics title? 3 daughters with type evaluations & 5 daughters with production evaluations required for them to get an evaluation & top 15% are awarded SG) G. RULES GOVERNING ADGA PRODUCTION RECOGNITION 1. GENERAL RULES a. ADGA recognizes production on pedigrees through designation of *M for does, and *B and +B for bucks based on meeting minimum criteria either through Advanced Registry (AR) based on DHIR, or the Star program (ST) based on Owner Sampler production testing. One-day competitions, progeny recognition, or acknowledgment of approved non-ADGA DHI programs. The program designation (AR or ST) is included with the *M on the pedigree.
b. The number of Stars shall indicate the number of consecutive generations of females in the immediate background that have qualified. For example: 1*M indicates that the doe has qualified by meeting AR or ST requirements and that her dam has no production record; 2*M indicates a qualified tested doe with a 1*M dam; 3*M indicates a qualified doe with a 2*M dam and a 1*M grandam, etc. c. The Certificate of Registry for may be revised to show Star and/or Plus designations obtained (either automatically or by application) by sending the certificate to the ADGA office together with the revision fee. Any additions or revisions to registration papers must be 72 accompanied by the correct fee (see Schedule of Rates.)
d. An ADGA-registered or recorded doe may be issued a Star Milker Certificate upon proper application and payment of fee (see Schedule of Rates) provided she has met minimum production requirements for AR or ST under ADGA rules. Certificates are not issued for does issued *M on the basis of progeny or on bucks.
2. ADVANCED REGISTRY VOLUME a. An automatic *M designation is granted to any ADGA registered doe that has qualified for Advanced Registry on the basis of milk, butterfat or protein without application or fee. b. An ADGA registered buck shall be entitled to an automatic +B (AR) designation without application or fee if: (1) He has three Advanced Registry daughters from three different dams. At least two of the dams must be registered or recorded with ADGA or; (2) He has two Advanced Registry sons that are Advanced Registry Sires.
c. An ADGA registered buck shall be entitled to an automatic ++B (AR) designation without application fee if: (1) He has three Advanced Registry daughters from three different dams. At least two of the dams must be registered or recorded with ADGA and; (2) He has two Advanced Registry sons that are Advanced Registry Sires.
3. STAR VOLUME DOES a. A *M designation shall be awarded to those does meeting minimum requirements under ADGA rules, as follows: (1) On the basis of meeting minimum DHIR production requirements as defined in Section E, including a minimum DCR of 75, an appropriate VT, and documentation of the qualifying completed lactation record. (2) On the basis of earning 18 or more points (standard breed) or 7 or more points (miniature breed) at a recognized Milking Competition conducted under rules approved by the Board of Directors or (3) On the basis of AGS Advanced Registry or Canadian R.O.P. certificate (original of which to be lent to ADGA office for verification) where production meets ADGA minimum requirements in 305 days or less. (British Goat Society records are also accepted.)
b. An ADGA-registered or recorded doe shall be entitled to an automatic *M designation without application or fee (with no Star certificate issued): (1) On basis of three ST or AR daughters, (Moonlight Serenity 2M) - Alashanee Moon 3M, Tranquility 3M, Serendipity 3M (Algedi Farm Capella 4M) - Melodica 5M, Andante 5M, Cassi 5M, Encore (2) On the basis of two +B sons (ST) or 2 AR sons, or (3) On the basis of one AR son and one +B son (ST), or (4) On the basis of one AR son and two AR and/or *M daughters, or (5) On the basis of 1 +B son (ST) & 2 AR &/or *M daughters. -- (Algedi Farm Capella 4M) - Melodica 5M, Andante 5M, Cassi 5M, Encore 4. STAR VOLUME BUCKS a. An ADGA-registered buck shall be entitled to an automatic *B designation without application or fee if: (1) His dam is either an Advanced Registry doe that has qualified on both milk and butterfat requirements, or a ST Doe, and his sire is an Advanced Registry Sire, a Star Buck or a +B (ST), or (2) His dam is either an Advanced Registry doe that has qualified on both milk and butterfat requirements, or a ST Doe, and his sire's dam is an Advanced Registry doe that has qualified on both milk and butterfat requirements, or a b. An ADGA-registered buck shall be entitled to a +B (ST) designation without application or fee if: (1) He has three *M daughters from three different dams. At least two of the dams must be registered or recorded with ADGA, or (Algedi Farm DJ Encore) - Like a Star 1*M, Drops of Love 2*M, 2018/2019 doe kids (Alethia ET Heartbreaker) - Drops of Gold 1*M, Trouble 2*M, Cadbury Bunny 2*M, Player 2*M (Camanna Union of Love) - Tranquility 3*M, Gidget 7, Marian 2*M, Game of Love 2*M (2) He has two +B sons (ST), (Manny w/3 daughters 8M) (3) He has one AR son and one +B son (ST), or (4) He has one AR son and two AR and/or *M daughters, or (5) He has one +B son (ST) and two AR and/or *M daughters
c. An ADGA-registered buck shall be entitled to a ++B designation without application or fee by qualifying based on different progeny in any of the ways listed in “b” except the way in which he earned his first plus. (++ must be earned on the basis of both sons and daughters.)
H. GUIDELINES FOR ADVERTISING MILK RECORDS The only production figures that should be used in advertising are the pounds of milk and/or components actually produced up t o the date they are printed. No projected figures or mature equivalents should be used, either for an individual or a herd average. For example: A previously completed lactation may be used, as well as the pounds of milk and/or components already produced in the current lactation.
Encore's travels2/11/2018 Picked up Encore from his 3wk visit to Camanna Farms, 2/10/2018. Hooves trimmed & Injected 3cc Noromectin
Maint 2/6/2018 Noromectin, 3cc oral Flower Noromectin, 3cc inj Heartbreaker Noromectin, 2cc inj LB Noromectin, 2cc inj SNSpecial My farm notes1/4/2018 Coppered: Encore, Heartbreaker, Cadenza, Bunny, Flower, Maggie, Patty, Cami, Serena, JuJuBe, Tranq, Sera, Serenity, Ally (she spit some out), Melody, Bridey, Sienna, Ulu's gold daughter, Marian, (Gidget & none of the babies, incl two bucklings would take any voluntarily, will try again) Sent off BioPryn Preg checks1/3/2018 BioPryn preg checks for Melody, Ally, Bunny, Denza, Flower, Maggie, Sera, Bridey & Tranq
2017 Salem NWODGA show6/5/2017 Grand Champion Jr Doe - Hetlandcreek TT Play it Again - aka "Baby" won her Jr Leg! Also Grand Champion & Best of Breed and Champion Challenge winner, Bellafire DC Beach Bunny won a Sr Leg!
July 2015 Farm Notes:3/26/2016 ADGA NATIONALS MONTH !! July 1 - Linear Appraisal at Anna's - Camanna Farm July 4 - Family BBQ Time! July 10 - Drove to Redmond & back for beloved PhiPhi Juy 10-18 ADGA National Show, Redmond Oregon July 25-26 - Yamhill County Fair setup July 27-July 2 - 2015 Yamhill County Fair June 2015 Farm Notes:3/26/2016 June 1 - Peggy Sue kidded quads (as usual!) - all healthy, 2 bucklings, 2 doelings. Buckling sold to CH/Diji, 2 doelings sold to M w/Monte Carlo, 1 wether sold June 5 - Alli kidded triplets, 2 doe's retained (Bellafire MC B-Coming Decorosa & Bellafire MC Sweet Honey B), 1 buckling retained (Bellafire MC Silverado) June 5 - Beach Bunny kidded - 1 doeling retained (Bellafire BP Beach Party) June 13 - Roseburg ADGA show May 2015 Farm Notes3/26/2016 May 4 - Macy kidded, Quads, 3 bucklings/1 doa, all 3 boys sold, (Note - Exported to Canada) May 8 - Melody kidded twins - 1 buckling (Sold/Exported to Canada), 1 kid doa May 15 - 4H Record Check for livestock animals May 27 - Cadenza kidded twins - 1 doeling sold to JD/Cali, buckling retained (buckling died in accident) April 2015 Farm Notes:3/26/2016 April 6 Cidr & PG600 on ? April 30 - MiMi kidded triplets, 2 does/1 wether, by Buck Rogers, 2 doe's retained for now, wether sold March 2015 Farm Notes:3/26/2016 March 11 - OSU Ultrasounds appt 1:30pm March 27-29 Castle Rock Farm Goat Trip! P/U doe (Firn) for DA & buck (Huron Sunset) for AB February 2015 Farm Notes:3/26/2016 Feb. 1 - Flower bred to Monte Feb 5 - OSU Ultrasounds for Macy, Melody, MiMi - all confirmed w/multiples Feb. 6 - 7 - Serenity kidded 2 doe's, 1 retained (Bellafire BP Serendipity), 1 doa Feb. 10 - 2 wethers sold, met @ Home Depot Sherwood Feb. 12 - Lute Flower Feb. 17 - Sale of Bellafire BR Triton, p/u @ farm, TR Feb 18 - Flower heat Feb 21 - NWODGA Conference
January 2015 Farm Notes:3/26/2016 Jan. 1 - Cadenza x BP, Beach Bunny x BP, Darlin x BP Jan. 2 - Peggy Sue heat Jan. 4 - Darlin, standing heat, bred to BP (poss due 5/29/2016), left in for __ weeks Jan. 9 - Patty Cake x Buck Rogers Jan. 10 Ally in w/Monte for 2-3 days Jan. 10 - Tater x Buck Roger, bred Jan. 14 & 15 - Flower in heat Jan 31st - Feb 1st - Tater bred to Buck Rogers, Flower in heat
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