Friday, October 2, 2009

Micron Results :)

I emailed Professor Lupton at Texas A&M to see if my results were in. They were, but hadn't been mailed out yet. He DID have a spreadsheet with my results :)

I was happy with them, I HAVE been reminded how far I've come in a short while and they are nothing to sneeze at :) The lambs are ALL improvements over their mothers and that's what you want, right?

All tested were yearlings and lambs.

Average AFD 24.2
Average SD 5.5
Average CV 22.9
Average CEM 10.8
Average CF 83.3%
Average SF 24.3
Average <15: 3.13

I'll be waiting to get the histograms before I make them ALL public but just as a tease here are a few:

WhitePine Roman (white ram) F1 Orion x RYL Rachildas AFD 23, SD 4.8, CV 20.7, CEM 8.6, CF 93.5%

ShelteringPines Veni Vidi Vici (Wintertime Bluesx V Creek Guinevere) gray katmoget
AFD 20.7, SD 4.8, CV 23.1, CEM 10.1, CF 95.3%

WhitePine Ulam - light badgerface (Minder x Underhill Ulla)
AFD 22.9, SD 5.9, CV 25.8, CEM 11.9, CF 87.9%

WhitePine Levi - black krunet polled ram (Jamie x RiverOaks Lucy)
AFD 23.4, SD 4.5, CV 19.4, CEM 8.3, CF 92.6%

WhitePine Ephraim - mioget (Orion x FirthofFifth Evidence of Autumn)
AFD20.9, SD 4.9, CV 23.3, CEM 9.5 CF 95.7%

WhitePine Bethany - fawn ewe (Orion x Justalit'l Black Lambo)
AFD 23.4, SD 5, CV 21.2, CEM 8.9, CF 92.8%

WhitePine Christian - black ram (UnderTheSon Arapaho x WhitePine Centennial)
AFD 22.2, SD 4.9, CV 22, CEM 8.8, CF 95.2%

WhitePine Festus - black krunet ewe (Wintertime Jazz x ShelteringPines Fleur de Lis)
AFD 23.9, SD 5.3, CV 22.2, CEM 9.5, CF 89.1%

WhitePine Terah - black ewe (UnderTheSon Arapaho x BlackForest Tilly)
AFD 22.7, SD 5.4, CV 23.7, CEM 9.7, CF 92.4

WhitePine Selah - gray katmoget ewe (Wintertime Jazz x Minwawe Sterling)
AFD 24.7, SD 5.4, CV 22, CEM 9.5, CF 86%

I just picked these above at random. For any specific ones, do let me know :)

Until next week

2 comments:

Cynthia said...

Very nice Garrett, an outstanding job in a very short number of years.

cynthia

Juliann said...

Fantastic numbers Garrett! Your hard work has paid off, and you have a flock to be proud of!

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