SG Sinai Thunder AG Comet 2*M 2*DAR VEEV88
DOB 3-14-14 (Quad) Height: 21 3/4" **
Sire: ++*B Olson Acres RC Augustine ++*S AR/HS 2xGCH, 1x BIS. Sire of daughters who earned Superior Genetics (2), LA scores of 90, 8 of which have made AGS Nat'l Top 10---including the Breed Leader (3 yrs in a row), 7 who have milked 980# or higher, 14 that are AR does, and 15 daughters who have earned their milking stars
Dam: SG Little Tots Estate ST Kowkab *M *DAR, 93% PE, ANDDA JuJu GOLD, AGS Nat'l Top 10 305, 1 Day (2nd place).
As a FF, Comet's High Test was 4.5# and completed her 305 (milking 1211#), ranking her 2017 ADGA Elite Doe, Superior Genetics, Top 10 Milker & ANDDA JuJu GOLD. Her second lactation was even more remarkable. Her total was 1456# with a 6.2# Milk Test High. Her highest BF was 9.7# when she milked 5.6# at 150 days fresh.
Like her dam, Comet produces “up”—as seen in her daughter, Halley, who is one of our prettiest FFs. Halley VEVE88 has also earned the SG designation, as well as ADGA Elite (PE 98% on 8/18). Halley’s high was 5.1# and her 305 should be right at 1000#. Comet’s half sister (Cassie), ranked SG/Elite and also milked over 1100# as a FF with her PE ranking at 98%. Another half sister (Wonder) milked 1100#. This is an amazingly consistent and very "milky" line. We are so proud of Comet, especially since her dam ("Star") is one of our very first does. Star has the wonderful ability to out produce herself with 3 of her 4 daughters (on test) producing over 1100#. One look at Comet, and you can see how pleased we are.
**if you’ll look at the top of this page, you’ll see Comet’s height listed at 21 3/4”. Unfortunately for us (and mentioned several times throughout our website), we had difficulties understanding the scoring from a recent Appraiser, including multiple incorrect measurements (hips, heights, etc). We (politely) challenged several that would have been coded OH, knowing (from previous LAs & Classifications) they were well under. The appraiser was willing to remeasure outside on a cement surface to discover they were, indeed, under Height. As the day wore on, I got really sick (food poisoning) and missed Comet measuring as OH. I didn’t catch it when I looked over the final tallies. In the appraiser’s defense, the platform where the goats were measured had become slightly tilted and the stick was on the low end of the tilt (making the goat taller). It was when I reviewed the pictures we had taken, that I noticed—but then it was too late and the official LA score erroneously marks Comet as OH. The pictures below show proof of her true height. (measurement taken 2/19/19)