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How Many Generations Should I Have on the Website

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Hey - what's a good number of generations to show/offer information on for a goat? I've got 5 on my webpage, but am wondering if that's sufficient or should I have more on hand or is that just too many? It's taking a very long time to get this done and I still can't find information on one of the sires in a pedigree but have sent numerous emails to obtain this information. I know there's probaby mistakes on the website with the pedigrees, but I made sure I had at least 2 corresponding sources prior to putting the information on, the problem is I don't always have ADGA sources to rely on. Twin Creeks has had most of the information for me though on the Nigerians (TY T.C.!)
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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I have 4 I think because that's all the ped thing I'm using has.
For ADGA pedigree info(performance records) you can register to get a PIN number to use the member's website, it's great! You can look up any goat, it gives you DHI and LA records and a bunch of other stuff. You can see pedigrees on my site, I have them on everybody's pages.
 
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