Milk Stars

Milk Stars (ADGA)

What is a milk star? (*M for does, *B or +B for bucks)

It’s a notation in a goat’s pedigree earned by meeting the minimum milk production requirements set by the registry. A buck earns a milk star based on the production of his progeny or his dam and sire’s dam. The number of stars appearing after a doe’s name refers to the number of consecutive generations of does that qualified for a star (maternal line only). For example if a 1*M doe has a daughter earn a milk star, that daughter is a 2*M. If the line is broken at any point, the count starts over.

How can my doe earn a milk star?

How can my buck earn a milk star?

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