Production Stars – How They Work

 Inherited Production Stars

Does may have multiple stars. If the daughter of a *P (MDGA) doe earns a star, the daughter becomes a two-star producer (2*P); each generation in an unbroken line would add a star number. For instance, the fourth doe in the line receiving a star would be a 4*P.
1.  A doe may earn a star if she produces three daughters that earn a star (*P) award.
2.  A doe may earn a star if she produces two sons that earn plus (+B) awards.
3.  A doe may earn a star if she produces two daughters that earn star  (*P)
awards and one son that earns a plus (+B) award.

A buck may receive a star (ST) if:
1. Both of his parents are star animals.
2.  Both his dam and his sire's dam have earned stars.

A buck may earn a single plus (+) if he has progeny that are ONE of the following, or a buck may earn a double plus (++) if he has progeny that are TWO of *the following:
1.  Three star daughters out of three different dams.
2.  Two sons that have earned a plus.
3.  Two star daughters from different dams and one plus son.

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