SG Caprice Acres Glitterati 2*M


2017 Appraisal session – 4 yo 3rd lact, approx 6 months into lactation

Barn name: Sydney, Syd
Reg#: AA1628579
DOB: 3/2/13
Book: American
Color: Cou Clair
Casein: E/01
** DNA ON FILE **

LINK: ADGA Genetics Pedigree

Linear Appraisal History

2013 YS: +EV overall V
2014 01-03 ++++ 84
2015 – did not appraise. She was open, and our host herd opted to cancel.
2016 – 03-03 VVVV 88 – 3 year old, 2nd fresh. E’s in back and rump
2017 – 04-06 VVEE 90 – 4 year old, 3rd fresh. E’s in Head, Back, and Rump
2018 – 05-04 EEVE 91  – PERMANENT SCORE! 5 year old, 4th fresh – E’s in head, rump, and udder texture
2019 – 06-06 VEVE 90 – E’s in Head, Back, and Rump.

DHIR

Yr      Age   DIM   #M      %F   #F   %P   #P    Peak#
’14     1-02    245   1340    2.8   38   2.8   38    6.4
’16     2-10    305   2050      3    61   2.8   58     8
’17     4-00   256   2382    2.8   66   2.6   63    11.5
’18     5-00   245   2500    2.9   72   2.6   64    15.3
’19     6-00   203  1550      2.1    32   2.3    35    8.1     – see notes on this lactation below, 2019

Freshenings:

5/3/14 – 1B 1D. Both sold. Doe registered as Caprice Acres Glitz N Glam
OPEN 2015
1/2/16 – 1D. Retained – SG Caprice Acres CGRH Panache 3*M 02-07 VVVV 87
3/15/17 – 3B. 2 sold as wethers, 1 sold as intact buckling. (Caprice Acres Doppelbock *B)
3/15/18 – 2B 2D. Retained Caprice Acres Literati, and my good friends at QMF have Caprice Acres Preciosa. Both bucklings sold as breeding bucks, Caprice Acres MC *B and Caprice Acres Hefeweizen *B. Sold Literati as a FF in 2019. Preciosa still in the QMF herd.
3/21/19 – 2D 1B.  One doe kid went to dairy, one local buyer (Legendary Silver). Buck Morpheus also went to breeding home.

Breeding plans:

Bred (Lap AI) to SG Sodium Oaks SP Wahoo +*B !

Due 1/31/20


2015 – She managed to injure her left fore foot/hoof at some point during her dry year – evidenced by odd hoof growth on one claw and often ‘holding’ that leg a bit differently . I’m just now (Aug 2016) starting to be able to trim it back to a normal shape, but the leg doesn’t ‘match’ the other.

2017 – this is finally her year! She is producing extremely well this year. I knew she had potential, but her situation has never before allowed her to live up to it. She has only been on test as a FF, then took a year off, then had a single in 2016 which resulted in just an average lactation. I knew she could do better. This set of triplets in 2017 finally set her up for success. Looking forward to this year for her. Update Fall 2017: She has appraised EX90!

2018– Just when I thought she did great in 2017, she gives quads in 2018 and hits some very impressive numbers on her first two tests – the 2nd test day a whopping 15.3#! Amazing what maturity and a large number of kids can do for milk production! 🙂 UPDATE: She has achieved her permanent score of EX91!  

2019 – The herd has moved to the amazing care at QMF farm, and a few kinks had to be worked out in the new dynamic herd with many more does than ever previous. The does freshened very strong but shortly thereafter,  herdwide decreases in production and body condition were seen, which we attributed was due to poor hay quality having only a first cut hay available. We had the quantity, but not the quality needed for peak production. Coupled with a very wet spring and summer, ability to cut new hay to make up the deficit was nearly impossible for a long time. We scrambled to correct and began chaffhaye and alfalfa pellets but the insult came at a critical point in lactation and does across the board from both herds just didn’t bounce back.  It’s all a learning curve plus a large factor of the growing seasons 2018-2019  – together the two herds are hoping positive changes were made and really hopeful for better luck in hay for 2020! We knew there would be growing pains, so this is just a hiccup. 🙂 “Syd” herself has continued as a good matriarch of the herd otherwise, maintaining her EX status with 06-06 VEVE 90. She is also confirmed bred during our Lap AI event to SG Sodium Oaks SP Wahoo +*B, who should bring some old style winning genetics for both production and show. Very excited to see what we get!



Pictures courtesy of Cherry Glen

S: SGCH Cherry Glen Password Gentry +*B 01-04 EEV 90. (Click his name for a link to my REFERENCE page to see pics and learn more about him!) Daughters average 2774lbs of milk. PTI 46 128. Has sired 2 national champions! Cherry Glen Gentry Bridget was 2014, 2016, and 2017 Recorded Grade National Champion. Cherry Glen Gentry Granite was the 2016 National Champion Alpine, 1st place/ best udder 5-6 year old milker at 2017 Nationals.

SD: SGCH Cherry Glen Radical Gesture 3*M 07-03 EEEE 93, 3yo lactation was over 4,000lbs. 2006 national GCH, RGCH 2004, 2005, and Nat’l Best Udder ’04, ’05, ’06 – Please find her information on the reference page on the Cherry Glen Website by clicking her name. The Pictures on the Cherry Glen website appear to be broken links.


5yo, 4th lactation ~2mon in milk. My posing/handling skills leave much to be desired. 😉

 

5yo 4th fresh, ~2 mon in milk.


2018, 2 wks fresh on test day. Gave 13.5# on test.

Test day 2, gave 15.3# on test! (8# at just this milking!)

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2018, 2 wks fresh on test day. Gave 13.5# on test.


4YO 3rd fresh, approx 4 months fresh. (7/22/17) She only has about 6 hrs of milk in this picture. Injured leg is the forelimb away from the camera (left forelimb)


6-6-16 — 3YO 2nd fresh, 5 mon into lactation.