Sire Detail - GBR 9122 (Duane)

(Picture taken as young ram lamb)

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Duane is a 2019 ram lamb, bred out of Pitbull and and a Misty Oaks ewe. His dam is a great mother and has been a consistent twin lamb producer for us.He impressed us with his good growth and parasite resistance and he brings really high milk production from his mothers side.

His EBVs for growth are excellent with weaning weight (WWT) and post weaning weight (PWWT) in the top 4%. He has good parasite resistance with weaning fecal egg count (WFEC) and post weaning fecal egg count (PFEC) in the top 35%. His MWWT (measure of milk production and mothering of his daughters) is in the top 4%, 

Basic Detail

Born

3/30/2019

Birth Type

Twin

Codon 171

RR

Sire

GBR 8202

Dam

MOF 1422

Below we show his NSIP (National Sheep Improvement Program) EBVs (Estimated Breeding Values).

We realize that not everybody is familiar with this.

NSIP Detail

ID 6401552019GBR122

* Data at NSIP link is updated less frequently.

Values in parenthesis below indicate where the value preceding it falls in the NSIP percentile report. 

E.g. WWT 2.26 (85%) : This value is in the highest 15% in NSIP for WWT, about 85% of animals have a WWT that is lower than this value and 15% of animals have a WWT that is higher than this value.

Data Date

# Offspring

# Flocks

01/15/2020

0

1

Growth

0.438 (90%)

BWT

WWT

2.972 (96%)

PWWT

5.435 (96%)

HWT

5.204 (97%)

Parasite Resistance

WFEC

PFEC

-50.73 (65%)

-68.26 (65%)

Carcass

PFAT

PEMD

-0.855 (90%)

-0.019 (75%)

Maternal

MWWT

1.288 (96%)

NLB

-3.5% (10%)

NLW

-1.1% (10%)

PSC

Not available

Hair Index

103.27 (30%)

Percentile Summary

The Radar Chart below provides an overview of where the sire EBVs are ranked on the NSIP percentile report. The 100th band is the top performing and 0th band is the bottom performing, the 50th band is the median. What is best depends on what you are looking for and what the performance of your ewes are, e.g. we do not try to maximize the NLB (number of lambs born), the 10th percentile of NLB results in about a 200% lambing rate, very high NLB is hard to support in a 100% grass/forage management system.

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NSIP (National Sheep Improvement Program) Acronyms / Nomenclatures

  • BWT - Birth Weight (Top / 100th percentile is highest BWT)

  • WWT - Weaning Weight (Top / 100th percentile is highest WWT)

  • PWWT - Post Weaning Weight (Top / 100th percentile is highest PWWT)

  • HWT - Hogget Weight (Top / 100th percentile is highest HWT)

  • WFEC - Weaning Fecal Egg Count (Top / 100th percentile is lowest WFEC)

  • PFEC - Post Weaning Fecal Egg Count (Top / 100th percentile is lowest PFEC)

  • PFAT - Post Weaning Fat Depth (Top / 100th percentile is lowest PFAT)

  • PEMD - Post Weaning Eye Muscle Depth (Top / 100th percentile is largest PEMD)

  • MWWT - Maternal Weaning Weight (Top / 100th percentile is highest MWWT)

  • NLB - Number of Lambs Born (Top / 100th percentile is largest NLB)

  • NLW - Number of Lambs Weaned (Top / 100th percentile is largest NLW)

  • PSC - Post Weaning Scrotal Circumference (Top / 100th percentile is largest NLW)

  • Hair Index - (Top / 100th percentile is highest Hair Index, also called Index or USA Hair Index)

* NSIP ranking for EBVs are based on the February 2020 percentile report. Learn more.