ADGA Genetics version 2.0

Discussion in 'Dairy Goat Info' started by Tricia, Dec 19, 2007.

  1. Tricia

    Tricia New Member

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    The test version of the new adgagenetics is at

    http://genetics.missdees.com/.

    Love being able to see polled information and black for Oberhasli (and I hadn't known Toggs were tracked for black, too) and the linear appraisal history. New format is super, too.
     
  2. Kaye White

    Kaye White New Member

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    Thank you,Trisha. Oooooo, so much easier to use than last one!
    I hope he gets the *m & GCH,CH's added.
    Kaye
     

  3. DostThouHaveMilk

    DostThouHaveMilk New Member

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    I *love* the polled addition!

    I was able to track down where Rudy's polled gene likely came from. There are a lot of animals in his pedigree that were marked as disbudded. However, on his dam's side I can find registered polled Nubians back in the late 1960s and early 1970s of that line. I had hit a dead end at his DDD. I was going to need to snailmail the breeder. It only shows his sire and his dam's dam as polled on the papers.
    I know there is still a chance that it is inaccurate, but finding those genetics way back there and having dealt with polled goats that would have been disbudded if I hadn't followed my gut instinct, I know how easy it is to get them confused.
     
  4. coso

    coso Guest

    Cool I played with it for about and hour.
     
  5. NubianSoaps.com

    NubianSoaps.com New Member

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    Thanks Tricia, they are also supposed to merge the Lonesome Doe and Lonesome-Doe for old herds on the old out of house computer. Vicki
     
  6. Knotneer

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    I think Gene said on the preview forum that the CHs and *Ms are proprietary and ADGA wants to keep them on the members-only database. His info comes from USDA. The SG and SGCH are on the new database though.
    It's not *M, but there is a column labeled "Eval" that shows if a goat has Production or Type records available. You can go to that goat's page, click on USDA Data to view her milk records.
     
  7. Agape Oaks

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    WOW- this is so cool.....yet another place for me to spend time when I should be working or something :)