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California Holstein Association Office Manager / Secretary - Kate Teixeira

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California Junior Advisor - Kirsten Areias 13315 South Baker, Los Banos, CA 93635 209-826-6242 | denk@elite.net

Holstein USA National Director - Bill Genasci 6555 Blue Gum Avenue, Modesto, CA 95358 209-545-0685 | genace1@aol.com

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Alfinch Zelgodis Taci graces this year’s Annual cover as Grand Champion of the 2022 California State Holstein Show. She is owned by Frank & Carol Borba and Frank & Diane Borba. Congratulations!

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Doug Maddox Memorial Senior Breeder

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AJ Quist Memorial Young Breeder

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California State Holstein Show

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California State Red & White Show

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California State Junior Holstein Show

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California Dairy Youth Challenge

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Western Spring National Holstein Show

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Junior Holstein Convention Results

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Breeder of the Future Awards

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Convention Scholarship Winners

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Western Classic Junior Dairy Show

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2021 All-American & Junior All-American Recognition

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President’s Message By Anthony Souza

2022 is the year of the unexpected!!! Feeling the hangover from Covid National in Richmond, Utah. California was in 2021 a lot of us were not sure what to expect in 2022, but man has it represented well! been interesting. High milk prices, high feed costs, high cattle prices are Our juniors continue to dominate all over!! In the only a few things that come to mind. ring or behind the buzzer, I could not be more A few highlights that I want to shine some light thus far would be our proud of the young people in our Association. State Holstein Convention held in Manteca. I want to thank the Central I want to wish our teams the best luck at the Valley Club for hosting an outstanding convention. Everyone involved National Convention in South Dakota. I want did a fantastic job navigating through the challenges that Covid and to extend a big thank you to Kirsten Areias our state put us through and it was great to see everyone in person for all that she does for our junior association. again. The host night and sale went off with a bang and cattle sold very Her hours of dedication to our youth is truly a well to numerous states and buyers. One of the highlights during the blessing! Thank you! industry lunch was our guest speaker Norman Nabolz via Zoom. Norm In closing, I want to thank the outgoing President Hank Van Exel, Vice enlightened us with some great history of the legendary herds around President Carol Borba, and Board members Adam Van Exel and Larry the country. It was a great lunch filled with a lot of laughs and memories. Gerber, for the leadership and commitment to our Association over During the Senior Banquet, the Doug Maddox Senior Breeder award the years. I want to thank the new and current board of directors for was presented to Patrick Amarante and the AJ Quist Young Breeder their dedication and time to keep this association one of the best in the award was awarded to Dominic Agresti-Assali. Congratulations!!! country. I want to say a special Thank You to our Office Manager Kate The next highlight was the California State Holstein show held at Teixeira for all of your hard work and dedication to this great association. International Agri Center in Tulare. We had beautiful weather and Finally, I want to thank all our membership and colleagues within the a full barn of cattle, friends, and spectators from near and far. I want dairy industry. It is truly about the people!!! to thank the South San Joaquin Club for hosting the show. It was a great venue!! I want to congratulate Frank and Carol Borba and Frank and Diane Borba on taking the honors of Grand Champion with the winning Production cow, Alfinch Zelgodis Taci. The quality of cattle that is exhibited at our state show is some of the best in the country. I would also like to congratulate all our exhibitors that exhibited at Western

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2022-2023 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President

Vice President

Anthony Souza 13607 Liberty Lane, Hanford dairyjock98@hotmail.com 559-805-5469

At-Large

Tony Cabral 765 Alta Vista Ct., Galt ynot1949@yahoo.com 209-744-6932

Graisson Schmidt PO Box 245, Tomales schmidt_graisson@yahoo.com 608-797-2855

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John Cunningham 4338 Lichau Rd, Penngrove haysource@aol.com 707-974-8700

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Terianne Silveira 11380 Ave 22, Chowchilla silveira.dairy@yahoo.com 559-967-3921

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Kate Teixeira P.O. Box 507, Keyes californiaholstein@yahoo.com 805-801-0463

Bill Genasci 6555 Bluegum Ave, Modesto genace1@aol.com 209-765-7111

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Frank Gambonini 7149 Lakeville Hwy, Petaluma gamlakedairy@gmail.com 707-338-0220

Robert Teixeira PO Box 507, Keyes rjtex@att.net 209-495-0367

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Stan Henderson 1504 Las Brisas, Paso Robles shenders@calpoly.edu 805-748-2863

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Curtis VandenBerge 11701 Old River Rd, Bakersfield vbdairy@aol.com 661-340-6448

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Ken Melvold 6178 N Blosser, Fresno 559-906-1714

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David Vander Eyk PO Box 957, Tipton vandereykdairy@gmail.com 559-804-7500

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National Director’s Message By Bill Genasci

Operations at Holstein Association USA have returned to near normal after facing many hurdles during the pandemic Some of the signs of recovery are that we welcomed 658 new junior members and 331 new adult members in 2021. This is an increase of 271 new junior members and 66 new adult members than the previous year. Classification was up significantly scoring 198,197 animals in 3,250 herds. This was an increase of 4% in animals and 6% in herds. Registered Holsteins are changing hands in increasing numbers. Transfers were up 120% in 2021, and are up another 45% year over year through April of 2022. It is great to see that the new owners of these animals are keeping them in the herdbook. AgriTech Anaytics continues to be a force in national dairy records processing. Under the leadership of Bill VerBoort, ATA processed over 1,031,000 records in 480 herds last year. Bill has recently retired, and we want to thank him for his many years of service. Tony Allen has been appointed as the new manager. Closer to home it has been a very busy and successful spring. Vierra Dairy hosted the Amplify sale, and what an event it was to kick off the year. 162 lots of both Holstein and Jersey animals achieved an average of $14,297. Many of these were shown very successfully later in the spring. The Western Classic Junior Dairy Show was again a terrific event. This all breed, all inclusive show is arguably the largest and most successful junior show in the country. There were over 180 exhibitors

just in the showmanship groups. Many California juniors get their first taste of the show ring at the Western Classic. California Holstein was finally able to hold a state convention. Thank you to the Central Valley Holstein Club, and specifically the Van Exel and Borba families, for working through all the obstacles in making this happen. The California State Holstein Show was held in conjunction with the California State Jersey Show at the World Ag Expo Dairy Pavilion in Tulare. Outstanding cattle exhibited in a beautiful venue. The results are elsewhere in this magazine Lacee Paulo has resigned from her position as Holstein USA field representative to pursue a career in the AI industry. I would like to thank Lacee for her years of service to our members, and wish her the best in her new venture. As of this writing Holstein is searching for a replacement for this position. In the meantime, Katharine Correia is helping service the Northern California area as well as handling her other duties. If you have any questions or comments I can be reached at (209) 7657111 or genace1@aol.com.

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Holstein Association USA Field Representatives By Emily Annexstad, Marketing & Communications Manager HAUSA

The Value of Classification No matter what your farm or breeding strategy looks like, classification is a tool Holstein Association USA offers to help you improve your herd and reach your goals. Our team of highly trained classifiers provide breeders with an unbiased evaluation of their herd for mating and management purposes. At the same time, they are collecting important information about the breed for genetic evaluations. The data from classification provides insight to help individual herds and the entire breed make genetic progress and sound, functional cows. The numbers show Registered Holstein breeders across the country are seeing the value in classifying their herds. 2021 marked the third year in a row the classification program showed growth and 198,187 animals were evaluated in 3,250 different herds. These numbers represent a 4% increase in animals and 6% increase in herds. In the words of Holstein Association USA classifier Tim Abrahamson, “Classification is important to breeders, especially from a herd improvement standpoint, because you are identifying the strengths and weaknesses of each individual cow, as well as the whole herd. Each cow we are breaking down with 20 linear traits, and we’re going to find the good parts about the cow, and maybe more importantly, we are going to find the parts that aren’t so good about the cow. You can use that information, by finding those traits that aren’t’ so good, you can better select sires that are going to improve that next generation of cows and help make a cow that’s more functional and going to make more milk for a longer period of time.” What is the value of Breed Age Average? Beyond providing a way for you to compare your herd to the rest of the breed, BAA also gives you a clear method to compare individual animals in your herd. The BAA calculation factors in age and stage of lactation, which puts your animals on the same playing field. You can find this useful benchmark on both the printed classification and the Classification Linear Summary spreadsheet you receive after each classification. Lindsey Worden, Executive Director of Holstein Genetic Services, summed up the value in her article titled “Understanding Breed Age Average” in the Fall 2021 issue of The Pulse. She wrote “When

‘information overload’ sometimes feels like a way of life, it can be helpful to look for tools that can simplify decision-making for you, and BAA is one of those tools provided through the Holstein Association USA classification program.” To read Lindsey’s entire article on BAA and how you can use it to help make informed herd management decisions, visit www. hoslteinusa.com, navigate to “News” on the left-hand side of the homepage, click on The Pulse in the dropdown bar, and find the Fall 2021 issue to view the article. It can also be viewed directly at www.holsteinusa.com/pdf/ pulse/pulse_2021_fall.pdf. How can I get the most value out of classification? In addition to using the information provided from classification, picking the right classification program can help you make the most out of classification. There are several classification options offered so that breeders can find the program that best fits into their needs and goals. One of these options is Contract Classification. If you classify three times or more in a calendar year, Contract Classification maybe the right fit for your operation. Some of the benefits include a 10% discount applied to all three classifications once your contract is fulfilled and a guarantee to be scheduled during your chosen months. For members using several Holstein Association USA products and services, such as registration, genetic reports, pedigrees, and production records, Holstein COMPLETE provides savings in one convenient package. Classification specific benefits include one to three classifications per year depending on the number of animals enrolled, and an additional 10% discount on classification fees not included in COMPLETE. For more information about Classification program options or any Holstein Association USA products or services visit www.hoslteinusa. com or feel free to give me a call.

IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES July : Futurity entries due (form online at http://www. caholstein.com or contact the office) August 3-7 : CA Youth Ag Expo, Tulare October 2-7 : World Dairy Expo, Madison,WI October 13-16 : Western Dairy Showcase, Turlock October 29 or November 5 : CA Holstein Annual Planning Conference, Chukchansi Late January/early February 2023 : CA State Holstein Convention hosted by Stanislaus Holstein Club

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From the Office Manager Welcome to the 2022 edition of the California Holstein Association dairy community. From the responsibilities Holstein News annual magazine! What a great positive start to this year- of raising show animals, to knowledge and getting back to ‘normal’, holding events and gathering together in person. competitiveness gained in dairy bowl and Thank you to the State Convention and State Show chairpeople for taking dairy jeopardy, poise in public speaking and on the tasks of coordinating events in new locations and formats. Your networking at events, our junior members time and efforts, as well as all the volunteers, are greatly appreciated in have the confidence and talent to go far in creating the successful events enjoyed by attendees! Thank you also to whatever they pursue. As this magazine gets printed, a large group will be learning and our allied industry sponsors for their continued support. having fun at Cow Camp hosted graciously by The following pages showcase the excellence and diversity of Holstein Fresno State faculty & students. Later in June, genetics in our state, and the people behind the far-reaching success best of luck to the youth travelling to compete of our local Holstein industry. It is my pleasure to be involved in this and represent CA at the National Convention organization and to be part of this ‘Holstein Family’. The key to what in South Dakota! makes our industry and association special is the people involved. Their passion, family values, hard work and camaraderie exist no matter where This magazine is available online year round on our website www. you travel. Because of the black and white cow, we have all been fortunate caholstein.com and distributed throughout the year nationwide. enough to make friendships near and far. It is with these invaluable Additional copies are available from the office upon request if you have an opportunity to share our publication with visitors. Thank you to Julie relationships that we enjoy the Holstein business. Ashton and her team at Cowsmopolitan as publishers and designers of The California Holstein Association’s goal continues to be to advertise this year’s premium magazine. and promote our members’ Registered Holsteins to enthusiasts locally, around the country and internationally. We aim to help members I invite each of you to take part in our various activities in the upcoming capitalize on the consistent added value Registered Holsteins provide in months, and I look forward to working with you all alongside our Board this always evolving industry. With this in mind, services are available to of Directors. Please don’t hesitate to contact me should you have any questions about our Association, or would like to get involved. Follow aid in advertising for sales and events- we invite you to inquire further. the California Holstein Association on Facebook, Instagram and the club The future of our club is bright- as the California Junior Holstein Club website to stay current on events and news, and in turn, feel free to share encourages youth and develops skills for them to become leaders in the your Holstein news with us as well! Holstein and agriculture fields. The programs we offer help shape these enthusiastic young people into confident, articulate ambassadors for the Best wishes for the year ahead!

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Doug Maddox Memorial Senior Breeder of the Year Patrick Amarante of Lazy-A Holsteins is the recipient of the 2022 Doug Maddox Memorial Senior Breeder Award, the most prestigious honor a California Holstein Association member can receive. A third-generation dairy farmer, Patrick Amarante built his Lazy-A herd, located in Gustine, CA, on solid pedigrees such as the Idas, the Laurie Sheiks, the Dixies, the Kareys and the Elegance cow families. Before its dispersal in 2016, the herd had a consistent rolling herd average near 26,000M per cow per year, and won the Quality Award from California Dairies a total of seven times. In addition to outstanding production and milk quality, the herd also had outstanding type with a total of 85 Excellent cows and 423 Very Good cows carrying 2022 Doug Maddox Senior Breeder of the Year, Patrick Amarante, with daughter Lacey and her husband, Adam Van Exel. the Lazy-A prefix.

in great genetics, and to willing use embryo transfer on his best cows. Several of those highscoring cows hail from their well-known show cow, Villarosa B C Ida EX96, who was exhibited by Pat’s daughter Lacey. Ida’s illustrious show career included numerous AllCalifornia and Junior AllCalifornia titles, and she was the HM Junior AllAmerican Aged Cow in 2004.

That group of homebred Excellent cows includes 26 scored between 91 and 93 points. Pat was always willing to invest The dairy operation was originally founded by Pat’s grandparents, Antonio and Anne Amarante and the work was continued by Pat’s father, Floyd. In 1973, Pat and his brother Larry took over the dairy, and in 1994, Pat became the sole operator of Lazy-A Holsteins. A milking herd dispersal was held in 2013, and the Grand Finale Heifer Dispersal took place in 2016. The Lazy-A blood continues to have an impact in California. The winning fall calf at the 2022 Western Classic is a granddaughter of Lazy-A Goldchip Eva-3-ET EX-92, who herself had been Intermediate Champion at the CA State Fair in 2017 and AllCalifornia Senior 3-Year-Old and Intermediate Champion at the State Show in 2018. Pat retired completely from the dairy business in 2016, though he still attends Holstein shows and sales. He now resides in Pismo Beach with his wife of two years, Marla. He enjoys walking his dogs on the beach, following the San Francisco Giants, and watching his grandkids compete in various activities, including showing cattle. Lazy-A Golchip Eva-3-ET (EX-92) was All-California Senior 3-Year-Old in 2018 as well as Intermediate Champion of the California State Show that same year. Her granddaughter was the winning fall calf at the 2022 Western Classic for Patrick’s grandchildren, Madison, Atlee & Henry Van Exel.

Past Senior Breeder Award Winners

1958 Chris Rasmussen 1959 E.E. Freeman 1960 Frank L. Pellissiar 1961 Earl & Marguarite Graham 1962 Hubert Kidd 1963 Frank & Adelia Hopkins 1964 Mark L. Borrer 1965 Max Herzog 1966 Frank S. Corda 1967 Wesley N. Sawyer 1968 James Reed 1969 Joe Trindade, Jr. 1970 Leo Hedegard

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1971 Harold Schmidt 1972 Wallace Lindskoog 1973 Walter D. Ranney 1974 Henry Sterk 1975 Alvin Quist 1976 Hugh D. Good 1977 Harmon B. Toone 1978 Robert Selkirk 1979 Roy Boone 1980 Allen Johnson 1981 Frank Muthner 1982 Tom A. Nunes, Jr. 1983 Amelio Curti

His son, Marcus, currently works for California Dairies and lives in Waterford, CA. Pat’s daughter, Lacey, is married to Adam Van Exel, and she works for Van Exel Dairy in Lodi, CA. Pat has five grandchildren: Miles & Luke Amarante and Madison, Atlee & Henry Van Exel.

1984 Kip Herzog 1985 Doug Maddox 1986 Joe Duarte 1987 Wilbur E. Gomes 1988 John Wackerman 1989 Anton Betschart 1990 Marvin Nunes 1991 Tom Sawyer 1992 Paul Rollin 1993 Emilio & Alvin Groppetti 1994 Frank Santos 1995 Dan Ranney 1996 Joe Airosa

1997 Paulo Bro Holsteins 1998 George & Mimi Nunes 1999 Bill & Giovanna Zinn 2000 Louis Aufdemaur 2001 Art & Connie Avrit 2002 Ed & Bettie Bracco 2003 Bernard & Frieda Souza 2004 Gilbert & Linda Teixeira 2005 Bill & Libby Clark 2006 Leo & Louie Durrer 2007 Hank & Carolyn Van Exel 2008 Ed, Bill & Jim Genasci 2009 Jack Lerch & Larry Gerber

2010 Dennis & Kirsten Areias 2011 George & Dora McClelland 2012 Joey Airosa 2014 Ron Pietersma 2015 Frank & Carol Borba 2016 Pat & Steve Maddox 2017 Dino & Dante Migliazzo 2018 Mike & Denise Mulas 2019 Ken Melvold 2020 Duane & Dale Matheron 2021 Dwayne & Irene Nelson


AJ Quist Memorial Young Breeder of the Year Though there is a relatively short history of 15 years of Registered Holsteins at Double-D Dairy in Ceres, CA, Dominic Assali has already made a splash in the business. In the decade after receiving his degree in Dairy Science at Cal Poly and returning home to join his grandparents, Harold & Marlene Agresti, in operating Double D Dairy, he has already marked off a few accomplishments that can take a lifetime.

Red daughter, Pure-Red encapsulates the ‘getting better with age’ quote. Scored VG-86 as a 2-year-old, the Agresti’s formed a partnership with Gilbert Teixeira when Pure was a 3-years-old to help with her further development. She emerged on the show scene as the Reserve AllCalifornia 4-Year-Old in 2019, and has claimed more titles in the years since. In 2021, Pure-Red was the Those accomplishments include breeding a All-California Aged Cow, and Grand #1 genomic type bull in the breed - Agresti Champion of the California State Red Dannys Dream. The Doorman son out of & White Show. Following those wins, LtoR: Harold Agresti, Marlene Agresti, AJ Quist Young Breeder Dominic Assali and an EX-92 Atwood daughter initially topped wife Nicole, Debbi Agresti. she attained the rare score of EX-95. the list at +4.35T, and was purchased by ST Her top record to date is 4-09 2x 365d Genetics. Behind the Atwood are four more 34,240 4.4% 1501 3.5 1192, and she already has a Very Good-85 Blake Excellent dams, including Snow-N Denises Dellia EX-95 GMD. After daughter. More Recently, at the 2022 California State Holstein Show, several proof runs, Dannys Dream still carries an impressive +3.29T Double D Dairy bred the All-California 4-Year-Old. Agresti Dream number, and his first-crop of daughters are beginning to calve. Laurie EX-92. She is the result of a mating that holds the Agresti prefix A full sister to Dannys Dream had a King Doc daughter - Agresti Doc from top to bottom with the sire being Agresti Dannys Dream. Dymond-ET EX-91 EX-92-MS - who had an initial genomic type number Double D Dairy currently milks about 5,700 cows and have a rolling of +4.43, and today at four years of age, is still +4.09T. This actual herd average of 34,471 pounds of energy corrected milk. That classification score combined with her high genomic type prediction admirable herd average played a prominent role in the Agresti’s being verify that the planned mating resulted in an outstanding individual. twice recognized as a Holstein USA Herd of Excellent (in 2015 & 2017). Another outstanding individual carrying the Agresti prefix is Agresti Dominic is forever grateful for the many friendships and partnership Absolute Pure-Red-ET EX-95. An Absolute out of an EX-91 Red Tunnelthat the “Holstein Cow” has provided for him. Every day, he enjoys working alongside his Grandparents, Wife Nicole, Manuel Botelho and George Costa. Dominic hopes to pass his love for dairy cattle to is daughter Blaire and future generations to come. Dominic is on the Clover Sonoma the Advisory Committee, and is continuing to pursue success in an ever-changing California dairy industry. Agresti Doc Dymond-ET (EX-91) has proven to be an excellent transmitter, with several daughters all over +3.0T and she herself is #8 on the PTAT Cow list.

Past Junior Breeder Award Winners 1957 Melvin George 1957 Alvin Quist 1958 Maurice & Lindsey Ketscher 1959 Wackerman Brothers 1960 Bill & Libby Clark 1961 Norman & Freda Lucas 1962 Louis Aufdermaur, Jr. 1963 Bernard Souza, Jr. 1964 Doug Maddoz 1965 Tom Nunes 1966 Art Avrit 1967 Tom Sawyer 1968 Paul Rollin 1969 Kip Herzog

1970 Louis Calcagno 1971 George Nunes 1972 Stanley Gomes 1973 Andy Hurtgen 1974 Mike Martin 1975 Vic Gouveia, Jr. 1976 Tony Bos 1977 Gilbert Teixeira 1978 Dino Ortega 1979 Joe Viera 1980 Dan Ranney 1981 Louie Jr. & Leo Durrer 1982 Ralph Grossi 1983 Bill Genasci

Agresti Dream Laurie (EX-92) is the 2022 All-California 4-Year-Old and combines the Dellia and Laurie Sheik families in her pedigree.

1984 James Quist 1985 John Honnette 1986 Frank Borba 1987 George McClelland 1988 Hank Van Exel 1989 Ken & Kathy Elliot 1990 Leo Langerwerf 1991 Dennis Areias 1992 Leroy Rocha 1993 Chris Hellwinkel 1994 George & Kelly Morasci 1995 Dino Migliazzo 1996 Joey Airosa 1997 Patrick Maddox

1998 Mike Mulas 1999 Joey Fernandes 2000 Chris & Agnes Sawyer 2001 Donald Rollin 2002 Tony DeMello 2003 Tony Borba 2004 Bill & Jennifer Silva 2005 Chris & Ellen Durrer 2006 Tara Davis 2007 Ryan Matheron 2008 Jon & Tami Tollenaar 2009 Robert Teixeira 2010 Lucas Deniz 2011 Jana McClelland

2012 Natalie Silva 2013 Matthew & Lauren Evangelo 2014 Stephen Mast 2015 Lindsey Nunes 2016 Manuel Silveira III 2017 Adam & Lacey Van Exel 2018 Aaron Matheron 2019 Mike Santos 2020 Vincent Migliazzo 2021 Curtis Vanden Berge

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57TH ANNUAL CALIFORNIA STATE HOLSTEIN SHOW April 28-29, 2022 | Tulare, CA | Judge Markus Hehli, AB

Grand Champion

Reserve Grand Champion

ALFINCH ZELGODIS TACI

RUANN DOORMAN JEAN-55162-ET

1st Lifetime Production Cow Exhibitor: Frank & Diane Borba and Frank & Carol Borba

1st Aged Cow Exhibitor: Patrick & Stephen Maddox

Grand Champion LtoR: Grand Champion Alfinch Zelgodis Taci; Reserve Grand Champion Ruann Doorman Jean-55162-ET; HM Grand Champion Ilander Unix Leann 6324. 22 « CALIFORNIA ANNUAL 2022


Intermediate Champion: ILANDER UNIX LEANN 6324

Res. Intermediate Champion: LEGACY-RANCH TATOO LILY-ET

Junior Champion: CO-VISTA DOC ALICIA 3157

Res. Junior Champion: KRESS-HILL SPICY-RED-ET

Exhibitor: Vierra Dairy, T&L Cattle & Daniel Van De Pol

Exhibitor: Daniel Van de Pol

Exhibitor: Johnny Machado

Exhibitor: Jacey & Hadley Ross

Intermediate Champion LtoR: Intermediate Grand Champion Ilander Unix Leann 6324; Reserve Intermediate Champion Legacy-Rancy Tatoo Lily-ET; HM Intermediate Champion Ms Unstopabul CALIFORNIA ANNUAL 2022 » 23 Beauty-In-Red.


Fall calf

winter calf

2022 All-California Winners

All-California: ILANDER HOTJOB DREAM 8112

All-California: HILROSE ALTUDE AMAZE-RED-ET

Res. All-California: G-LEE MOOVIN APPLESAUCE-TW

Res. All-California: RJ-TEX-KAT DOORMAN KAMI

Exhibitor: Tony Garcia, Jr.

Exhibitor: Robert Teixeira

spring yearling

summer yearling

Exhibitor: Dalton Freeman

Exhibitor: Chloe & Chase Vander Eyk

All-California: HIGHTIDE KING DOC LIZZIE

All-California: VANDOSKES WAR APPLEJACK-RED

Exhibitor: Fernandes Kids

Exhibitor: Vierra Dairy, Joseph Goncalves, & Eddie Da Rosa

Res. All-California: SILVER-ELITE WARR ROXY-RED

Res. All-California: SILVER-ELITE ARISTOCRAT MIA

All-California: CO-VISTA DOC ALICIA 3157

All-California: POLY UNDENIED RAINBOW

Res. All-California: KRESS-HILL SPICY-RED-ET

Res. All-California: CAL-DENIER-I DOC ALEXA-ET

Exhibitor: Lauren Silveira

fall yearling

winter yearling

Exhibitor: Logan Silveira

Exhibitor: Daniel Van de Pol

Exhibitor: Jacey & Hadley Ross

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Exhibitor: Kolbi Adams

Exhibitor: Kamryn, Kate & Colt Kasbergen


Junior 2-year-old

Senior 2-year-old

All-California: KAMPS-RX APPLEB ALLSTATE-ET

Exhibitor: Frank & Carol Borba, Frank & Diane Borba, Brandon Almeida, & Joey Branco

Res. All-California: AIR-OSA EM LOVELY 27747-RED

All-California: R-JOHN ARTIST ROSEBUD

Exhibitor: R-John Holsteins

Res. All-California: RUANN HANSEL JEAN-91147

Exhibitor: Stephen & Patrick Maddox

Exhibitor: Airosa Dairy & Exels Holsteins

Junior 3-year-old

Senior 3-year-old

All-California: EYKS DOC LISA

Exhibitor: Chloe & Chase Vander Eyk Res. All-California: RUANN DEN ROSALYN-92456-ET

All-California: ILANDER UNIX LEANN 6324

Exhibitor: Vierra Dairy, & T&L Cattle, Daniel Van de Pol Res. All-California: LEGACY-RANCH TATOO LILY-ET

Exhibitor: Hilmar Holsteins, Evangelo Holsteins & Johnny Machado

All-California: AGRESTI DREAM LAURIE

All-California: ST-JACOB DESTRY LAVA-RED-ET

Res. All-California: ALA-MOO DIAMONDBACK ISA 850

Res. All-California: VANDEN-BERGE DEAR SHEEN-ET

5-year-old

4-year-old

Exhibitor: Stephen & Patrick Maddox

Exhibitor: Exels Holsteins & Dominic Agresti-Assali Exhibitor: John Alamo

Exhibitor: Jacey & Hadley Ross Exhibitor: Jacey & Hadley Ross

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Aged Cow

Production Cow

All-California: RUANN DOORMAN JEAN-55162-ET

All-California: ALFINCH ZELGODIS TACI

Exhibitor: Stephen & Patrick Maddox

Exhibitor: Frank & Carol Borba and Frank & Diane Borba

Res. All-California: CHRISTHILL WINDHAMMER MOLLY

Res. All-California: PLEASANT NOOK DM MADISON-ET

Exhibitor: L&L Pires Dairy

Junior Best 3 Females All-California: RUANN GENETICS

Exhibitor: NDIRA-Richard Denier & Denier Farms

Senior Best 3 Females All-California: RUANN GENETICS Res. All-California: AIR-OSA DAIRY

premier breeder & Exhibitor RUANN DAIRY

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Produce of Dam

All-California: RUANN GENETICS


48TH ANNUAL CALIFORNIA HOLSTEIN FUTURITY

1. Ms Unstopabul Beauty-In-Red

3. MS MVG Avalance Brook-ET

2. Southrise Jacksn Sizzer-Red-ET

4. Calori-D CL Ammo & Licorice Calori-D Holsteins 5. Exels Doorman Kitkat-ET Exels Holsteins

Graisson & Mandy Schmidt and Hadley & Jacey Ross Frank & Diane Borba and Frank & Carol Borba

Frank & Diane Borba and Frank & Carol Borba

Previous Winners . . . 2021 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010

BBM Favorite Marla 4694-Red; Frank & Diane Borba and Frank & Carol Borba Ruann King Glory-61555-ET; Steve & Pat Maddox Lazy-A Goldchip Eva-3-ET; Exels Holsteins Sunspark Brokaw Evangeline; Brandon Almeida BBM Atwood Lizzie; Frank & Carol Borba and Frank & Diane Borba Air-Osa Guthrie 15494; Airosa Dairy Air-Osa Jeeves 14414; Airosa Dairy Den-K Goldwyn Bindi Bree-ET; Den-K Holsteins Will Tattoo Lacey-ET; Adam & Lacey Van Exel & Amy & Will Iager Lookout Dundee Vintage; FDB Holsteins & Frank & Diane Borba MS MCR RN Ladybug-Red-ET; Joseph Azevedo

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

Den-K Roy Lynn Breeze; Den-K Holsteins Ruann Accent K-Hope 40822; Ruann Dairy Star-Tex Montana Tiffany; Lindsey Teixeira FDB Derry Sarra-ET; FDB Holsteins Air-Osa Kingadeen 7278; Airosa Dairy Den-K Treg Durham Time; Den-K Holsteins Ocean-View Durham Zandra-ET; Ocean-View Farms Wendon Lee Wilma; John Kisst, Jr. Jay-Ess Charles Vickie; Andrew Kisst Nunesdale Jed Joey; Airosa Dairy C Cavanaleck Lindy Pearl-ET; Case Kasbergen Rocky-Terrace Flip Martha; Chris Durrer Cal-Crest Leadman Zanda-ET; Denny & Stephanie Murphy Poly Leadman Roxy; Cal Poly Den-K Tidy Thor Elsie; Carl Perry Easter Lil-ET; Whitney Oaks Holsteins

1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976

Exranco Eagle Love; Excelsior Farms Hagemans Starbuck Isadora; Gil Teixeira Air-Osa Boom Boom Bell; Airosa Dairy Poly Mark Clarissa; Cal Poly Exranco Mark Coral; Excelsior Farms Air-Osa Boom Boom Babe; Airosa Dairy Golden Genes Valiant Laura; Golden Genes Willomonte East Star Margarita; Willomonte Holsteins Marcrest Tempo Avalon; George Nunes Cal-Chris Tony Mavis; Cal Chris Holsteins CBS Petes Tracy-ET; CBS Holsteins Marcrest Elevation Avon; George Nunes Exranco Kirk Thelma; Excelsior Farms Marcrest Comet Priority; George Nunes Aufdermauer Tippy Dawn; Joe Macedo Jr. Gen-Ace Astro Valentine; Genasci Holsteins Cal-Clark Merry Monitor; Cal-Clark Dairy Buena-Oaks Fond; Joe Macedo Jr.

California Holstein Futurity #49 will show at the 2023 State Show Entry renewal forms will be mailed to all members with currently nominated heifers, with the second payment of $15 due 7/1/22, and the final payment of $20 due 4/15/23. California Holstein Futurity #50 All heifers born Sept 1, 2020 through Aug 31, 2021 are eligible. Entry forms will be available online, with the first payment due 7/1/22. Futurity Payout: Winner receives 50% of entry fee earnings; 2nd place 25%; 3rd place 12.5%; 4th place 7.5%; 5th place 5%. Sponsored CASH PRIZES of $1000 - $750 - $500 for 1st - 2nd - 3rd placings! CALIFORNIA ANNUAL 2022 » 27


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CALIFORNIA STATE RED & WHITE HOLSTEIN SHOW April 29-30, 2022 | Tulare, CA | Judge Markus Hehli, AB

Grand Champion

MS UNSTOPABUL BEAUTY-IN-RED

Exhibitor: Jacey & Hadley Ross

Exhibitor: Graisson & Mandy Schmidt and Jacey & Hadley Ross

GENOSOURCE AWE BAMBI-RED-ET

SOUTHRISE JACKSN SIZZER-RED-ET

Res. Int. Champion Exhibitor: Frank & Diane Borba and Frank & Carol Borba

KRESS-HILL SPICY-RED-ET

VANDOSKES WAR APPLEJACK-RED

Res. Junior Champion

Exhibitor: Chloe & Chase Vander Eyk

Junior Champion

Res. Senior Champion

ST-JACOB DESTRY LAVA-RED-ET

Int. & Res Grand Champion

Exhibitor: Jacey & Hadley Ross

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Exhibitor: Vierra Dairy, Joseph Goncalves, & Eddie Da Rosa


Fall calf

winter calf

2022 All-California R&W Winners

All-California: MS VALLEY-JEM JD JOYFUL-RED

All-California: HILROSE ALTUDE AMAZE-RED-ET

Res. All-California: SILVER ELITE WR ROSE-RED-ET

Res. All-California: ARIZONA WAR TESLA-RED

Exhibitor: Valley Jem Genetics

Exhibitor: Jacey & Hadley Ross

spring yearling

summer yearling

Exhibitor: Logan Silveira

Exhibitor: Chloe & Chase Vander Eyk

All-California: SILVER-ELITE WARR ROXY-RED

All-California: VANDOSKES WAR APPLEJACK-RED

Exhibitor: Logan Silveira

Exhibitor: Vierra Dairy, Joseph Goncalves, & Eddie Da Rosa

Res. All-California: CSUF RAGER SCARLETT-RED

Res. All-California: ARIZONA-GR JORDY BEAUTY-RED

All-California: KRESS-HILL SPICY RED-ET

All-California: CACHE-VALLEY JILLY-RED

Res. All-California: SHORESBROOK BASHFUL-RED

Res. All-California: AIR-OSA-MH UNSTOP 29097-RED

Exhibitor: Makenna Martins

fall yearling

winter yearling

Exhibitor: Fresno State

Exhibitor: Jacey & Hadley Ross Exhibitor: Kestin Martin

Exhibitor: Donavan Miguel Exhibitor: Luke Zunino

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Junior 2-year-old

Senior 2-year-old

All-California: AIR-OSA-E-M LOVELY27747-RED

Exhibitor: Airosa Dairy & Exels Holsteins

Res. All-California: GIL-TEX CHILL BLESS-RED

Exhibitor: Exels Holsteins & Henry Grossi

All-California: AIR-OSA RGR APPLEY26980-RED

Exhibitor: Airosa Dairy

Res. All-California: APPLE-PTS ABELLA-RED-ET

Exhibitor: Stephen & Patrick Maddox and Carisma Holsteins

Junior 3-year-old

Senior 3-Year-Old

All-California: MS UNSTOPABUL BEAUTY-IN-RED

Exhibitor: Graisson & Mandy Schmidt and Jacey & Hadley Ross

All-California: SOUTHRISE JACKSN SIZZER-RED-ET

Exhibitor: Frank & Diane Borba and Frank & Carol Borba

Res. All-California: LYN-VALE JULIEANN-RED

5-Year-Old

4-Year-Old

Exhibitor: Valley Gem Genetics

All-California: EXELS DEFIN FANTA 23425-RED

All-California: ST-JACOBS DESTRY LAVA-RED-ET

Res. All-California: RUANN JORDY SHAR-80698-RED-ET

Res. All-California: GENOSOURCE AWE BAMBI-RED-ET

Exhibitor: Exels Holsteins

Exhibitor: Stephen & Patrick Maddox

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Exhibitor: Jacey & Hadley Ross

Exhibitor: Chloe & Chase Vander Eyk


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CALIFORNIA STATE JUNIOR SHOW April 28, 2022 | Tulare, CA | Judge Ted Papageorge, Ogden, UT

Senior & Grand

Intermediate & Res. Grand

RUANN WICK BONNIE-63456-ET

T&R AZEVEDO UNIX 12521 Exhibitor: Aidan Azevedo

Res. Int. Champion

Res. Senior Champion

Exhibitor: Chloe & Chase Vander Eyk

GENOSOURCE AWE BAMBI-RED-ET

EYKS DOC LISA

Exhibitor: Chloe & Chase Vander Eyk

KRESS-HILL SPICY-RED-ET

HIGHTIDE KING DOC LIZZIE

Junior Champion

Res. Junior Champion

Exhibitor: Chloe & Chase Vander Eyk

Exhibitor: Jacey & Hadley Ross

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Exhibitor: Fernandes Kids


Fall calf

winter calf

Junior All-California Winners

All-California: LATON-VIEW MOOVIN POPPY

All-California: AIR-OSA HANCOCK DEMI 31074

Res. All-California: MAX-IN DOC FARRAH

Res. All-California: EXELS A HANANS EMBER 26927

All-California: HIGHTIDE KING DOC LIZZIE

All-California: ARIZONA WR JELLYBEAN-RED-ET

Res. All-California: SILVER-ELITE WARR ROXY-RED

Res. All-California: SILVER-ELITE ARISTOCRAT MIA

All-California: KRESS-HILL SPICY-RED-ET

All-California: AIR-OSA WARRIOR 28763

Res. All-California: SHORESBROOK BASHFUL-RED

Res. All-California: DUCKETT DENVER CHANTEL

Exhibitor: Kolbi Adams, CA

Exhibitor: Atlee Van Exel

spring yearling

summer yearling

Exhibitor: Aidan Azevedo & Max Silva

Exhibitor: Kestin Martin

Exhibitor: Fernandes Kids

Exhibitor: Lauren Silveira

fall yearling

winter yearling

Exhibitor: Logan Silveira

Exhibitor: Jacey & Hadley Ross

Exhibitor: Jacey & Hadley Ross Exhibitor: Kestin Martin

Exhibitor: Kyleigh Forster Exhibitor: Henry Pareira

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Jr best 3 females

Unfresh 2-Year-Old

All-California: CHLOE & CHASE VANDER EYK Res. All-California: H, H, & H MCISAAC

All-California: POLY WARRIOR JULIE

Exhibitor: Carter Muir

Res. All-California: D-MAN DENVER EMMA

Exhibitor: Heather Hodges

Junior 2-year-old

Senior 2-year-old

All-California: EYKS UNDENIED KINSLEY

All-California: FERN-OAK CB LUNA-ET

Res. All-California: SUMMERLIE WARRIOR ATHENA

Res. All-California: R-JOHN A SURE THING-ET

All-California: EYKS DOC LISA

All-California: T&R AZEVEDO UNIX 12521

Res. All-California: AIR-OSA DENVER 25955

Res. All-California: MS KATALINAS DOC KIARA

Exhibitor: Chloe & Chase Vander Eyk Exhibitor: Summer Parreira

Exhibitor: Fernandes Kids/Kasbergen Kids

Exhibitor: H, H & H McIsaac and M, M & M Price

Junior 3-year-old

Senior 3-year-old

Exhibitor: Chloe & Chase Vander Eyk Exhibitor: Fernandes Kids

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Exhibitor: Aidan Azevedo Exhibitor: Jon Chapman


4-year-old

5-year-old

All-California: ALA-MOO DIAMONDBACK IDA 850

All-California: GENOSOURCE AWE BAMBI-RED-ET

Res. All-California: T&R AZEVEDO ROBLE 12189

Res. All-California: APPLE-PTS ANALYNN-ET

All-California: RUANN WICK BONNIE-63456-ET

All-California: HOL-STAR MALO ROZ-RED-ET

Res. All-California: MS SMARTYS ROYAL-ET

Res. All-California: PLEASANT NOOK SID LULULEMON

Exhibitor: John Alamo

Exhibitor: Aidan Azevedo

Exhibitor: Chloe & Chase Vander Eyk Exhibitor: Summer Parreira

Aged Cow

Production Cow

Exhibitor: Chloe & Chase Vander Eyk Exhibitor: Phillip Airoso

premier breeder & exhibitor CHLOE & CHASE VANDER EYK

Exhibitor: Connor Correia

Exhibitor: Chloe & Chase Vander Eyk

Bred & Owned Champion T&R AZEVEDO UNIX 12521 Exhibitor: Aidan Azevedo

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CALIFORNIA STATE SHOW SHOWMANSHIP CONTEST April 28, 2022 | Tulare, CA | Judge Dean Dohle, Pleasant Hope, MO

Novice Division

1. Rylin Matheron 2. Atlee Van Exel 3. Case Visser

4. Kate Kasbergen 5. Caroline Vieira

1. Xavier Silveira 2. Luke Zunino 3. Jack Pareira

4. Finley Rosa 5. Kiara Konyn

Intermediate

Junior Division

1. Kestin Martin 2. Chloe Chapman 3. Lauren Starr

4. Makenna Martins 5. Lauren Silveira

1. Kyleigh Forster 2. Xander Harris 3. Jon Chapman

4. Coltan Seals 5. Trevor Hath

Advanced

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4. Logan Silveira 5. Kyleigh Forster


CALIFORNIA DAIRY YOUTH CHALLENGE A brand new feature to the CA State Holstein Show and Spring Jersey Show in 2022 was the YOUTH CHALLENGE Contest! Designed to recognize young dairy enthusiasts in their work with showing cattle, encourage participation and promote friendly competition, while improving skills and knowledge. This contest was open to all youth ages 9-21 and consisted of three equally weighted portions- A Dairy Judging Contest of 4 classes utilizing the tremendous quality cattle on the grounds for the show tested juniors’ type analysis skills; a written exam covering practical husbandry knowledge and questions sourced from the Holstein Foundation workbook series; and showmanship placings. Special thanks to Nicole Morris from MJC for facilitating the judging contest, Joseph Silva for selecting classes and acting as official judge, Louie Cozzitorto official judge, and showmanship judge Dean Dohle.

NOVICE

1. Frank Borba, Jr 2. Caroline Vieira 3. Livia Morris 4. Kamryn Kasbergen 5. Bristol Correia

JUNIOR

1. Chloe Chapman 2. Kestin Martin 3. Lauren Silveira 4. Natalie Silveira 5. Philip Airoso

INTERMEDIATE

1. Kiara Konyn 2. Xavier Silveira 3. Luke Zunino 4. Jacob Ahlem 5. Daniel Diniz

SENIOR

1. Xander Harris 2. Kyleigh Forster 3. Logan Silveira 4. Jon Chapman

Novice

Junior

LtoR: Frank Borba Jr., Caroline Vieira, Livia Morris

LtoR: Chloe Chapman, Kestin Martin, Lauren Silveira, Philip Airoso

Intermediate

Senior

LtoR: Kiara Konyn, Xavier Silveira, Luke Zunino, Jacob Ahlem, Daniel Diniz

LtoR: Xander Harris, Kyleigh Forster, Logan Silveira, Jon Chapman

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STATE SHOW MEMORIAL AWARDS Cortney Borba Memorial Award Chloe & Chase VanderEyk are the winners of the 2022 Cortney Borba Memorial Award. The Borba family honors the memory of their daughter Cortney each year by recognizing the Junior Show Grand Champion exhibitor. Congratulations to this year’s winners! Chloe, 21, was a member of the Tulare FFA and participated on the Dairy Judging Team. Chase, 14, is active in the Pleasant View 4-H club, where he also participates in Dairy Judging. Both enjoying showing and are active on their family’s dairy farm, Eyks Holsteins in Tipton.

Brock Jarrett Toledo California Fitting & Showing Award The winner of the 2022 Brock Jarrett Toledo California Fitting & Showing Award is Xander Harris, who placed second in showmanship and third in the fitting competitions held at the California State Holstein Show. Xander received the perpetual trophy donated by the Toledo family in memory of young Brock Toledo, son of Ron and Loreta, who passed away as a young man in 1996. Xander, 18, is from Richmond, UT and attends Skyview High School. He works on his family’s farm, Harris Dairyland and is active in 4-H, FFA and Junior Holstein. He loves participating in dairy judging and showing. “I hope to always be involved in the dairy industry and grow an elite show string. I also hope to do judging in the future, with the ultimate goal of judging at WDE,” Xander commented.

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Thank you to our State Show Sponsors!

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CLASS SPONSORS Silver-Elite Holsteins (3) Danny Martins (2) Henry Grossi Dairy (2) Ivan Simar ABS (2) JNM Dairy (2)

Ken Melvold (2) Migliazzo & Sons Dairy (2) Parreira’s Breeding Service (2) Toledo Family (2) Ton Dutra (2)

Tule River Vet (2) Tulare DHIA (2) Al Waterman Den-K Holsteins Gil-Tex Holsteins

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WESTERN SPRING NATIONAL HOLSTEIN SHOW May 19-20, 2022 | Richmond, UT | Judge Mike Duckett, WI

Intermediate & HM Grand Champion:

AIR-OSA-E-M LOVELY27747-RED

1ST JUNIOR 2-YEAR-OLD

Joey Airoso & Henry Van Exel

HM Senior Champion:

RUANN DOORMAN JEAN-55162-ET

1ST AGED COW

Stephen & Patrick Maddox

Reserve Junior Champion: FLOWER-BROOK DELRIO-RED 2ND FALL CALF Madison, Atlee & Henry Van Exel Overall Premier Breeder & Exhibitor: RUANN GENETICS

Open Show Top 3 Placings Winter Calf 1. (B&O) Laton-View Moovin Poppy 685, Kolbi Adams 2. Ms Valley-Jem JD Joyful-Red, Mitchell Coleman Fall Calf 2. Flower-Brook Delrio-Red, Madison, Atlee & Henry Van Exel 3. (B&O) Arizona War Tesla-Red, Jacey & Hadley Ross Summer Yearling 2. Hightide King Doc Lizzie, Henry Van Exel & Joey Airoso 3. (B&O) Silver-Elite Warr Roxy-Red, Logan Silveira Winter Yearling 1. Willswikk Denver Dixie, Frank & Carol Borba and Frank & Diane Borba 2. Kress-Hill Spicy-Red-ET, Jacey & Hadley Ross Fall Yearling 1. (B&O) Air-Osa Warrior 28763, Joey Airoso Summer Junior 2-Year-Old 2. (B&O) Ruann Moovin Bonnie-3335-ET, Stephen & Patrick Maddox Junior 2-Year-Old 1. B&O) Air-Osa-E-M Lovely27747-Red, Joey Airoso & Henry Van Exel 2. Kamps-RX Appleb Allstate-ET, Frank & Carol Borba and Frank & Diane Borba

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Senior 2-Year-Old 1. (B&O) Ruann Hansel Jean-91147, Stephen & Patrick Maddox Junior 3-Year-Old 2. Eyks Doc Lisa, Chloe & Chase Vander Eyk 3. Ms Unstopabul Beauty-In-Red, Jacey & Hadley Ross and Grai-Rose Cattle Senior 3-Year-Old 1. (B&O) Air-Osa-MH Solomon 25081-ET, Joey Airoso 2. Southrise Jacksn Sizzer-Red-ET, Frank & Carol Borba and Frank & Diane Borba 3. Den-K McCutchen Belle, Emma Van Loben Sels 4-Year-Old 2. Ruann Jordy Shar-80698-Red, Stephen & Patrick Maddox 5-Year-Old 3. Vanden-Berge Dear Sheen-ET, Jacey & Hadley Ross Aged Cow 2. (B&O) Ruann Doorman Jean-55162-ET, Stephen & Patrick Maddox

Senior Best Three Females 1. Stephen & Patrick Maddox 2. Joey Airoso Breeder’s Herd 1. Stephen & Patrick Maddox Produce of Dam 3. Stephen & Patrick Maddox

Junior Champion Junior Show:

HIGHTIDE KING DOC LIZZIE 1ST SUMMER YEARLING Gianna Fernandes

JUNIOR SHOW

HM Senior Champion: RUANN WICK BONNIE-63456-ET 2ND AGED COW Chloe & Chase Vander Eyk HM Intermediate Champion: DEN-K MCCUTCHEN BELLE-ET 1ST SR 3-YEAR-OLD Emma van Loben Sels Junior Champion: HIGHTIDE KING DOC LIZZIE 1ST SUMMER YEARLING Gianna Fernandes Reserve Junior Champion: LATON-VIEW MOOVIN POPPY 685 1ST WINTER CALF Kolbi Adams


WESTERN SPRING NATIONAL RED & WHITE SHOW May 19-20, 2022 | Richmond, UT | Judge Mike Duckett, WI

Intermediate & Grand Champion:

AIR-OSA-E-M LOVELY27747-RED

Reserve Intermediate & Grand Champion:

1ST JUNIOR 2-YEAR-OLD

Joey Airoso & Henry Van Exel

SOUTHRISE JACKSN SIZZER-RED-ET

1ST SENIOR 3-YEAR-OLD

Frank & Carol Borba and Frank & Diane Borba

Senior & HM Grand Champion: RUANN JORDY SHAR-80698-RED 1ST 4-YEAR-OLD Stephen & Patrick Maddox Reserve Senior Champion: EXELS DEFIN FANTA 23435-RED 2ND 4-YEAR-OLD Hank & Carolyn Van Exel HM Senior Champion: ST-JACOB DESTRY LAVA-RED-ET 1ST 5-YEAR-OLD Jacey & Hadley Ross Reserve Junior Champion: FLOWER-BROOK DELRIO-RED 2ND FALL CALF Madison, Atlee & Henry Van Exel HM Junior Champion: KRESS-HILL SPICY-RED-ET 1ST WINTER YEARLING Jacey & Hadley Ross

Top 3 Placings Winter Calf 2. (B&O) Ms Valley-Jem JD Joyful-Red, Mitchell Coleman 3. (1st Jr) Silver-Elite WR Rose-Red-ET, Logan Silveira Fall Calf 2. Flower-Brook Delrio-Red, Madison, Atlee & Henry Van Exel 3. (1st Jr, B&O) Arizona War Tesla-Red, Jacey & Hadley Ross Summer Yearling 1. (1st Jr, B&O) Silver-Elite Warr Roxy-Red, Logan Silveira Spring Yearling 2. (1st Jr) Arizona WR Jellybean-Red-ET, Jacey & Hadley Ross Winter Yearling Heifer 1. (1st Jr) Kress-Hill Spicy-Red-ET, Jacey & Hadley Ross 3. Lyn-Vale Jubilicious-Red, Arizona Dairy & Grai-Rose Cattle

5-Year-Old Junior 2-Year-Old 1. (B&O) Air-Osa-E-M Lovely27747-Red, Henry Van Exel 1. St-Jacob Destry Lava-Red-ET, Jacey & Hadley Ross & Joey Airoso 2. Giltex Chill Blush-Red, Henry Van Exel & Henry Grossi Junior 3-Year-Old 2. Ms Unstopabul Beauty-In-Red, Arizona Dairy & GraiRose Cattle Senior 3-Year-Old 1. Southrise Jacksn Sizzer-Red-ET, Frank & Carol Borba and Frank & Diane Borba 4-Year-Old 1. (B&O) Ruann Jordy Shar-80698-Red, Stephen & Patrick Maddox Junior Champion Junior Show: 2. Exels Defin Fanta 23435-Red, Henry & Carolyn Van KRESS-HILL SPICY-RED-ET Exel 1ST WINTER YEARLING Hadley Ross

JUNIOR SHOW Junior Champion: KRESS-HILL SPICY-RED-ET 1ST WINTER YEARLING Jacey & Hadley Ross Reserve Junior Champion: ARIZONA WAR TESLA-RED 3RD FALL CALF Jacey & Hadley Ross HM Junior Champion: SILVER-ELITE WARR ROXY-RED 1ST SUMMER YEARLING Logan Silveira CALIFORNIA ANNUAL 2022 » 45


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Junior President’s Message Hello, my name is Mykel Mull and I have enjoyed serving as your 2022-23 California Junior Holstein Association President. I am 15 years old, and a fifth generation dairy farmer from Chowchilla, California. My parents, Royce and Randi Mull, owned Mull Dairy in Los Banos, California from April 2019 - September 2021 when we had to sell due to Covid 19’s economic impact on our industry. My brother and I are partners in Ramyla Holsteins and Jerseys, where we still own 70+ Registered Holsteins and Jerseys. I have been an active member of the CA Junior Holstein Association for six years, where I have competed in Dairy Bowl, Dairy Jeopardy, Prepared Speaking, Folding Display, Interview Contests, attended Cow Camp, and showed at shows up and down the state of California. I have attended 4 national conventions as a participant in many junior activities and couldn’t be more fortunate to work in this wonderful industry alongside our future leaders.

the members had endless fun being able to connect with new and old friends over their passion for the registered Holstein cow. Some contests this year included dairy bowl, dairy jeopardy, written exam, prepared public speaking, virtual interview contest, and Breeder of the Future. Also, many scholarships are provided to students in our organization that plan to attend college or are in college after high school. These older junior members set a great example for younger ones.

After all of the Covid 19 curveballs, this past year was the first time our juniors were able to enter the ring again. Members exhibited at the Western Spring National Holstein Show in Richmond, UT, the North American Open Dairy Cattle Show in Circleville, OH, the Midwest Fall National in Lousiville, KY and the World Dairy Expo in In April the California State Madision, WI. Show was held at the Those members that are not involved in the show cattle side of our World Ag Expo grounds in Tulare, CA. This was the second year we industry still have a place within our organization. The California held a junior show separate from the open show. The California Junior Holstein Association has many learning experiences such State Junior Holstein Show was judged by Ted Papageorge, UT. as the ‘Daily Dairy 5’ industry facts and preparation for various Congratulations to our Champions- Grand Champion- Ruann Wick different contests. The Junior Show Picture Contest is one of the Bonnie exhibited by Chloe & Chase VanderEyk; and Reserve Grand newest ways we get all members in our state involved. Contests Champion-T&R Azevedo Unix 12521 exhibited by Aidan Azevedo.

like this have given members the opportunity to compete in There is a lot to look forward to this coming summer and fall. In competitions and contests for awards at the state level. June, a select group of California Junior Holstein members will This spring, we were able to hold an in-person convention in March be attending the National Holstein Convention in Sioux Falls, in Manteca, CA at the Great Wolf Lodge. The junior association took South Dakota to compete in various competitions. Representing advantage of this and made it the best convention yet! From the California in junior jeopardy will be Layne Mull. In the intermediate dairy bowl rooms to the dairy judging seminars to the waterslides, jeopardy, JW Chapman. In senior jeopardy, Abbi Prins and Kylie Konyn.The California Junior Dairy Bowl team consists of Sophie van Loben Sels, Karley Rocha, Chloe Chapman, and Lauren Silveira. The senior team comprises of Mykel Mull, Emma van Loben Sels, Victoria Paolini, and Rachel Mancebo. Our speech contestants are Karley Rocha, Chloe Chapman, and Mykel Mull. Our annual Cow Camp will be held at Fresno State June 15-17, and we know that all attendees will enjoy their oncollege experience learning about the dairy industry through classroom and hands on instruction. Two newer dairy shows will also be held for California kids- Youth Ag Expo in Tulare August 3-7, and the Western Dairy Showcase October 13-16. The CJHA Planning Conference will be held in November to plan the upcoming year’s events.

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CALIFORNIA JUNIOR CONVENTION Manteca, CA • March 24-25, 2019

Winning Dairy Bowl Teams

NOVICE (3 teams)

1st: Merced Caleb Rocha, Andrew Goins & Captain Layne Mull 2nd: Redwood/Empire Hayden McIsaac, Hunter McIsaac, Hettie McIsaac & Molly Fabian

JUNIOR (1 team) 1st: Merced Captain Lauren Silveira, Sophie van Loben Sels, Karley Rocha & Chloe Chapman

Written Exam High Scores

SENIOR (1 team)

1st: Merced County Captain JW Chapman, Emma van Loben Sels, Mykel Mull & Vicky Paolini

Public Speaking

LtoR: Chloe Chapman, Karley Rocha, Hettie McIsaac, Hunter McIsaac, Mykel Mull and Livia Morris.

NOVICE BEGINNER

1. Caleb Roach; 2. Carolina Vieira; 3. Molly Fabian; 4. Hettie McIsaac; 5. Eric Fiorini

NOVICE

1. Layne Mull; 2. Hayden McIsaac; 3. Hunter McIsaac; 4. Andrew Goins

Novice

1. Livia Morris 2. Hettie McIsaac

Junior

1. Chloe Chapman, 2. Karley Rocha, 3. Hunter McIsaac

Intermediate

1. Mykel Mull

Folding Display Intermediate

1. Trevor Hath; 2. Ryan Hath

Junior JUNIOR

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SENIOR

1. Mykel Mull; 2. Emma van Loben Sels; 3. Vicky Paolini; 4. JW Chapman

1. Hayden McIsaac; 1. Andrew Goins 2. Hunter McIsaac

Novice

1. Hettie McIsaac


Dairy Jeopardy Contests

LtoR: Hettie McIsaac, Caroline Vieira, Caleb Rocha, Molly Fabian & Eric Fiorini

BEGINNER NOVICE

1. Caleb Rocha; 2. Caroline Vieira; 3. Hettie McIsaac; 4. Molly Fabian; 5. Eric Fiorini

NOVICE

1. Layne Mull; 2. Hayden McIsaac; 3. Hunter McIsaac; 4. Andrew Goins

JUNIOR

1. Karley Rocha; 2. Chloe Chapman; 3. (tie) Lauren Silveira & Sophie van Loben Sels

Virtual Interview Senior

1. Kylie Konyn

Intermediate

1. JW Chapman

Junior

1. Chloe Chapman; 2. Lauren Silveira; 3. Sophie van Loben Sels; 4. Layne Mull

INTERMEDIATE

1. Mykel Mull; 2. Vicky Paolini 3. Emma van Loben Sels; 4. JW Chapman

LtoR: Chloe Chapman, Lauren Silveira, JW Chapman, Sophie van Loben Sels & Layne Mull.

Junior Officers President: Mykel Mull Vice Presidents: JW Chapman & Lauren Silveira Secretary: Makenna Vlot Treasurer: Heather Hodges Reporters: Sophie van Loben Sels, Karley Rocha & Kiara Konyn Historians: Chloe Chapman & Layne Mull LtoR: CHA Office Manager, Lauren Silveira, JW Chapman, Layne Mull, Chloe Chapman, Mykel Mull, Karley Rocha, Sophie van Loben Sels and Junior Advisor Kirsten Areias.

2021 Nation Convention Results Hayley Fernandes: National Distinguished Junior Member Finalists Senior Dairy Bowl Team: Reserve National Champions Senior Dairy Bowl Written Exam: Mykel Mull, 3rd Place Junior Dairy Bowl Team: 3rd Place Overall Junior Dairy Written Exam: Karley Rocha, 1st Place; Mary Fumasi, 2nd Place; Chloe Chapman, 3rd Place Chloe Chapman also participated in Prepared Public speaking. Jared Fernandes and Layne Mull competed in Dairy Jeopardy CALIFORNIA ANNUAL 2022 » 51


BREEDER OF THE FUTURE AWARD WINNERS MARILYN HERZOG BREEDER OF THE FUTURE GIRL

BREEDER OF THE FUTURE BOY

At just 13-years-old, Lauren Silveira has a long list of accomplishments and now Breeder of the Future can be added to the growing list. Lauren is from Chowchilla, CA and is a member of the Merced County Club.

Sixteen year old, Ryan Hath of El Nido, CA is the 2022 Breeder of the Future Boy. Ryan has been a member of the Merced County Holstein Association for the last 6 years and was a member of the El Nido 4-H club for 5 years. Ryan is currently also a member of the Golden Valley FFA Chapter. In his freshman year, he received his Greenhand Degree and has now gone on to receive his Chapter Degree. Adding to the growing list, he is also a member of the California Junior Jersey Association and Brown Swiss Association.

Lauren began showing at the age of 7 and entered the 4-H program at 9 years old. She has had the opportunity to show at various shows throughout the country. Highlight shows include the California State Holstein Show, Western Classic Junior Dairy Show, Western Dairy Showcase, Western National Dairy Show and World Dairy Expo, just to name a few. A major highlight for Lauren was at the 2021 WDE where she showcased her Spring heifer in the Junior show and took home the 4th place ribbon. In 2020, she found success at the Richmond Black & White Days Junior Dairy Show where she was named Fitting and Showmanship Champion with her calf, Royal-Cut Awesome Julia-Red. In 2021, her Fall calf, Royal-Cut Avalan Joy-RedET was named Reserve Junior All-California at the CA State Holstein Show. Lauren finished out the day with a 2nd place ribbon in the Junior Showmanship competition. “Raising and showing dairy heifers and cows is my passion!” Actively involved in her family’s dairy farm, Lauren has 95 registered Holsteins in her name, 54 of them being bred by her. The average score for her herd is 84 points. Lauren’s passion for the dairy industry started at an early age. She began with basic chores such as feeding calves, helping milk the cows and cleaning the heifer pen. In 2020 with the closure of her school, Lauren took this opportunity to further her knowledge and skill around the farm. Working alongside her dad, she became educated in helping do their herd veterinary checks. Her dad is also currently teaching her the importance of genomic testing and how it affects their operation. Lauren is taking this knowledge and using it when selecting bulls for her registered herd and dairy replacement projects that she is raising for 4-H. “I work hard at taking care of my heifers and I look forward to learning more about breeding them. I am proud to be involved in the dairy industry and a part of my family’s business.”

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Ryan currently has 8 Registered Holsteins in his name, 3 of which were bred by him. This past December classification, Hath Expander Lexa, a 3-year-old owned by Ryan went EX-90. For the last two years, he has participated in the FFA Project Competition. During his Freshman year, he gave a demonstration on feeding dairy heifers and discussed his involvement with his families dairy operation and breeding program. This year, he presented a demonstration on proper milking techniques. Both years he received a Gold award for his efforts. Attending various shows Ryan has accomplished a showmanship win at the California State Fair ‘17, 3rd Junior and 8th Summer Yearling at the Western National Dairy Holstein Show ‘20 and a 2nd place ribbon in the FFA Showmanship class at the Merced Fair ‘21. Having success at the local, state and national levels in the show ring, Ryan can contribute the success his and his family’s homebred animals have had due to the importance of a strong breeding program. “I have learned to work with my dad on looking at different bulls and mating them to my show animals. My plan is to continue improving the genetics of my herd. My dad has taught me how breeding directly impacts production and I feel this is one of the most important components of the dairy.”


YOUNG BREEDER OF THE FUTURE GIRL

YOUNG BREEDER OF THE FUTURE BOY

Twelve year old Chloe Chapman is the 2022 Young Breeder of the Future Girl. She is from Keyes, CA and is an active member of the Sacred Heart 4-H Club.

Hunter McIsaac, 11, is the 2022 winner of the Young Breeder of the Future Boy Award. He is from Petaluma.

Chloe is very involved with her family’s Dairy farm where they house purebred Holsteins and Jerseys. She currently has 9 animals registered in her name, with 4 of them in production and 2 classified Very Good with an average of 87.4. Over the last few years Chloe has had the opportunity to show at the CA State Holstein Show, Western Classic, Western Fall National Show and the Stanislaus County Fair. Most recently she had great success at the Stanislaus County Fair where she had a 1st place Winter calf, 2nd place Fall calf, 2nd place Senior 2-yearold and a 1st place and HM Senior Champion Senior 3-year-old Jersey. In 2019 she took home the Grand Champion 4-H Jersey banner. Chloe is a keen member who is very involved in all the CJHA activities. Through this program she has been able to further her skills and knowledge within the industry while creating lifelong friendships along the way. As Chloe looks ahead to the future, she has the aspiration to continue growing her herd. She would also one day like to serve as a CJHA officer. “In this role I would continue with and improve the junior programs so that other youth can join and participate all while having fun.” Showing is a passion for her and a goal has been set as she continues on with her journey. “I want to continue showing my cows locally and someday compete at the World Dairy Expo. Breeding and showing a WDE class winner is my future goal.”

Hunter is actively involved on his family’s Dairy farm. When he was 2 years old he received his first cow ‘Disco.’ Since then he has strived to improve his herd and attend more notable shows. He now has 30 registered Holsteins in his name with 18 of them being bred by him. Hunter’s family enjoys working together with the common goal of improving their show heifers and cows. The show animals are kept separate where they are washed and fed on a show program. In 2021, Hunter placed 1st in his Showmanship heat and finished 3rd with his 4-year-old, Flower-Brook Corena at the Western Dairy Showcase. ‘Corena’ also graced the colored shavings at WDE ‘21 in the 4-year-old class and was 2nd Junior and 8th in the open. She rounded out 2021 by being named Supreme Champion at their local county fair, Reserve Junior R&W All-American and classified EX-93. A highlight for Hunter and his family has been the success of BHHD Claim to Fame-Red. In 2020 ‘Fame’ was named All-American Spring Yearling, 1st Spring Yearling and Reserve Junior Champion at the Western National Show and 1st at the North American Open Holstein Show. While they no longer are the owners of ‘Fame,’ they are happy to have her daughter, sister and niece to hopefully continue on with her success! Each year Hunter extends his resume with industry related events. He has taken part in Cow Camp, Dairy judging and the Dairy bowl. While at these events, he was awarded 1st place for a dairy related video, 2nd place for public speaking and 2nd place for his Holstein folding display. This year he had his first entry in the Futurity at state show. Bred and Owned by Hunter, Ms Two-Rock Tatoo Milkshake, placed 6th. He also showed 2 daughters from ‘Corena,’ that will help showcase off his achievements he has made thus far!

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CONVENTION SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

Giovanni Champi

Delainee Fernandes

Jacob Fernandes

Samantha Gambonini

Kylie Konyn

Morgan Oliveira

Victoria Paolini

Emma van Loben Sels

CORTNEY BORBA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Kylie Konyn

EARL GRAHAM MEMORIAL Kylie Konyn

MILLI ROLLIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Emma van Loben Sels

BILL ROWLEY MEMORIAL Emma van Loben Sels Delainee Fernandes

FOUNDERS’ SCHOLARSHIP Kylie Konyn Samantha Gambonini

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WORLD WIDE SIRES SCHOLARSHIPS Emma van Loben Sels Victoria Paolini Delainee Fernandes

PREMIER JUNIOR SCHOLARSHIP Jacob Fernandes Morgan Oliveira

JUNIOR ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP Giovanni Champi

DAIRY BOWL SCHOLARSHIPS Giovanni Champi Emma van Loben Sels Victoria Paolini


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California Junior Holstein Show Contest This contest was started 4 years ago by the Holstein Association Board of Directors, in an effort to recognize and encourage junior members in their work with show project animals. Preparing, growing and training cattle is a year-round commitment! Congratulations to the winners, AND to all of the youth who are putting in the work on a regular basis to keep their Holsteins looking and doing their best.

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1 - SPRING CALF

1. Silver-Elite Aristocrat Mia, Lauren Silveira 2. Royal-Cut Avlh Josie-Red-ET, Lauren Silveira

2 - WINTER CALF

1. Giltex Sidekick Dazzle, Chloe Chapman 2. R-John Mtt Unst Shar-Red-ET, Summer Parreira

3 - FALL CALF

1. Air-Osa Warrior 28763, Kyleigh Forster 2. Royal-Cut Avalan Joy-Red-ET, Lauren Silveira

4 - SUMMER YEARLING

1. Heritage Readmylips-ET, Logan Silveira 2. G-Champis Shrimp Biscuit, Julietta Champi

5 - SPRING YEARLING

1. Summerlie Warrior Athena, Summer Parreira

2. 2nd-Look Unstp Fireball-Red, Hayden McIsaac

10 - JUINOR 3-YEAR-OLD

6 - WINTER YEARLING

11 - SENIOR 3-YEAR-OLD

1. Apple-Pts Aubria-Red-ET, Connor Correia 2. Ziems-Drsn War Anna-Red-ET, Kylie Konyn

1. Hath Expander Lexa 5115, Ryan Hath 1. Cranehill Delight Lucy-ET, Summer Parreira

12 - 4-YEAR-OLD

7 - FALL YEARLING

1. Hath Beemer Selena 5631, Trevor Hath

1. Hardee-Tex Byway Believe, Jon Chapman 2. Flower-Brook Corena, Hunter McIsaac

8 - JUNIOR 2-YEAR-OLD

13 - 5-YEAR-OLD

1. Paulo-Bro Juici 10162-Red, Connor Correia 2. MS-Aol Aristocrat Rista-Red, Logan Silveira

9 - SENIOR 2-YEAR-OLD

1. Kimball-Way KD Natalie-ET, Logan Silveira 2. Ms Katalinas Doc Kiara-ET, Jon Chapman

1. Ruann D-Man Jean 60274-ET, Summer Parreira

14 - AGED COW

1. Hol-Star Malo Roz-Red-ET, Connor Correia

Sponsored by the California Holstein Association to encourage youth with their project animals. Our goal is to recognize these young exhibitors and their hard work and dedication to Holstein genetics! Contest is open to all California Junior Holstein Association members exhibiting Registered Holstein in CA at their respective county fairs or local shows. Open to ages 7-21 as of January 1. Criteria for judging is a non-professional side profile picture of animal with exhibitor, and an entry form listing show placings. Winners are selected by an impartial panel of trained judges. Contact Kate Teixeira with any questions: 805-801-0463, californiaholstein@yahoo.com.

Cow Camp 2021 - THANK YOU! Thank you to the Cal Poly Dairy Science program- faculty, staff & students- for graciously hosting! Participants thoroughly enjoyed the experience with hands-on learning and activities. Friends new and old had fun at the dairy farm, dorms, and Avila Beach.

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WESTERN CLASSIC JUNIOR DAIRY SHOW

Tulare, CA | March 12-13, 2022 | Judge Josh Wright, ID | 320 Total Animals Shown // 205 Participants

Registered Holstein Champions

REGISTERED HOLSTEIN GRAND CHAMPION Intermediate & Grand Champion: Whey-Mat DB Paige, 1st Senior 2-Year-Old, Lauryn Young, Chehalis, WA Res. Intermediate & Grand Champion: T&R Azevedo Unix 1252 , 1st Senior 3-YearOld, Aidan Azevedo, Hilmar, CA Senior & HM Grand Champion: Apple-Pts Analynn, 1st 5-Year-Old, Summer Parreira, Tulare, CA Rese. Senior Champion: T&R Azevedo Roble 12189, 1st 4-Year-Old, Aidan Azevedo, Hilmar, CA

SUPREME CHAMPION

Supreme: Whey-Mat DB Paige, Reg. Holstein, Lauryn Young, Chehalis, WA Res. Champion: Heart & Soul Fizz Fantasy, Reg. AOB, Lauren Starr, Tulare, CA

Whey-Mat DB Paige Owned by Lauryn Young

Heart & Soul Fizz Fantasy Owned by Lauren Starr

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REGISTERED HOLSTEIN JUNIOR CHAMPION Junior Champion: Air-Osa Warrior 28763, 1st Fall Yearling, Kyleigh Forster, Bakersfield, CA Res. Junior Champion: Silver-Elite Aristocrat Mia, 1st Spring Yearling, Lauren Silveira, Chowchilla, CA HM Junior Champion: R-John Crush Divinity, 1st Fall Calf, Gino Wilson, Petaluma, CA

SUPREME JUNIOR CHAMPION

Supreme: Air-Osa Warrior 28763, Reg. Holstein, Kyleigh Forster, Bakersfield, CA Reserve: J-Mor Engineer Maybe, Reg. AOB, Finley Rosa, Hilmar, CA

Air-Osa Warrior 28763 Owned by Kyleigh Forster

J-Mor Engineer Maybe Owned by Finley Rosa


Showmanship NOVICE (32 Participants)

1. Kamryn Kasbergen, Tulare 2. Carsyn Vlot, Chowchilla 3. Bristol Deniz, Bakersfield 4. Jake Zunino, Bakersfield 5. Amelia Lawrence, Tulare

JUNIOR (35 Participants)

1. Makenna Martins, Modesto 2. Natalie Silveira, Hilmar 3. Kestin Martin, Tulare 4. Gino Wilson, Petaluma 5. Bristol Correia, Tulare

INTERMEDIATE (46 Participants) 1. Lauren Silveira, Chowchilla 2. Lauren Starr, Visalia 3. Finley Rosa, Hilmar 4. Avery Starr, Visalia 5. Madison Van Exel, Lodi

SENIOR

(39 Participants) 1. Logan Silveira, Chowchilla 2. Kyleigh Forster, Bakersfield 3. Kolbi Adams, Laton 4. Chloe Vander Eyk, Tipton 5. Kylie Konyn, Escondido

NOVICE SHOWMANSHIP

JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP

INTERMEDIATE SHOWMANSHIP

SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP

Judging Contest FFA HIGH TEAMS

4-H HIGH INDIVIDUALS - Reasons

FFA HIGH INDIVIDUALS

4-H HIGH TEAM - Non-Reasons

1st: Golden Valley FFA 2nd: Turlock FFA 3rd: Los Banos FFA 4th: Frontier FFA 5th: Hilmar FFA

1st: Ryan Hath, Golden Valley FFA 2nd: Trevor Hath, Golden Valley FFA 3rd: Emma Van Lobensels, Los Banos FFA 4th: Jon Chapman, Turlock FFA 5th: Celest Ricket, Frontier FFA

4-H HIGH TEAM - Reasons 1st: Alview Dairyland 4-H 2nd: Edna 4-H #1 3rd: St. Aloysius 4-H #1 4th: St. Aloysius 4-H #2 5th: Edna 4-H #2

1st: Lauren Silveira, Alview Dairyland 4-H 2nd: Mykel Mull, Los Banos Community 4-H 3rd: Xander Harris, Los Banos 4-H 4th: Samantha Hoffman, Edna 4-H 5th: Rylee Vlot, Alview Dairyland 4-H

1st: Southwest 4-H 2nd: Pleasant View 4-H Holstein 3rd: Pleasant View 4-H Jersey 4th: North West 4-H 5th: St. Aloysius 4-H

HIGH FFA TEAM, GOLDEN VALLEY FFA

4-H HIGH INDIVIDUALS - Non-Reasons 1st: Brian Kidder, Pleasant View 4-H 2nd: Kestin Martin, Pleasant View 4-H 3rd: Claire Starr, St. Aloysius 4-H 4th: Joseph Diniz, Southwest 4-H 5th: Nickoli Zunino, Southwest 4-H

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2021 California All-Americans & Junior All-Americans SUMMER JUNIOR 2-YEAR-OLD

UNANIMOUS ALL-AMERICAN

JUNIOR 3-YEAR-OLD

UNANIMOUS ALL-AMERICAN

4-YEAR-OLD

UNANIMOUS ALL-AMERICAN

Fraeland Chief Liberty Hank Van Exel & Joey Airoso

Wrightvale Doorman Livy MB Luckylady Farm

Oakfield Solom Footloose Mike & Julie Duckett, Vierra Dairy and Tim & Sharyn Abbott

5-YEAR-OLD

JUNIOR 2-YEAR-OLD

AGED COW

RESERVE ALL-AMERICAN

RESERVE ALL-AMERICAN

UNANIMOUS ALL-AMERICAN

Ms Beautys Black Velvet Mike & Julie Duckett, Vierra Dairy and Triple-T Holsteins

Lookout Just Watch Me Lookout, Elitehaven, Gerald Todd and Frank & Diane Borba

JUNIOR 2-YEAR-OLD

JUNIOR 3-YEAR-OLD

RESERVE JUNIOR ALL-AMERICAN Luck-E Doc Awuki Aidan Azevedo

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HM JUNIOR ALL-AMERICAN

R-John Crushin On Courtney Jacey & Hadley Ross

Alfinch Zelgodis Taci Frank & Carol Borba and Frank & Diane Borba

Congratulations to everyone who exhibited an All-American Nominee or Winner in 2021!


2021 California R&W All-Americans & Junior R&W All-Americans SUMMER YEARLING

WINTER YEARLING

JR ALL-AMERICAN & HM ALL-AMERICAN

JR ALL-AMERICAN & NOM. ALL-AMERICAN Apple-Pts Aubria-Red C, B & T Correia and B Martinho

MD-Hillbrook Indablue-Red Chris & Jen Hill, Phil Topp, Chad Umbel and Frank & Diane Borba

WINTER YEARLING

MILKING YEARLING

SUMMER JUNIOR 2-YEA-OLD

Kress-Hill Smoke-Red Jacey & Hadley Ross

RES. JR ALL-AMERICAN & NOM. ALL-AMERICAN

WINTER YEARLING

RESERVE ALL-AMERICAN

Arizona War Bandanna-Red Jacey & Hadley Ross

McWilliams Un Real-Red M, M & M Price and H & H McIsaac

RES. JR ALL-AMERICAN

UNANIMOUS ALL-AMERICAN

SUMMER JUNIOR 2-YEAR-OLD

JUNIOR 3-YEAR-OLD

JUNIOR 3-YEAR-OLD

RESERVE ALL-AMERICAN

Ruann Alt Shar-93679-Red Stephen & Patrick Maddox

Apple-Pts Ainsa-Red Jacey & Hadley Ross

UNA. ALL-AMERICAN & JR ALL-AMERICAN HM JR ALL-AMERICAN & NOM. ALL-AMERICAN Scenic-Edge Jordan-Red Jacey & Hadley Ross

Jo-Costa Jordy 68335-Red Carter Muir

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SENIOR 3-YEAR-OLD

4-YEAR-OLD

JR ALL-AMERICAN & HHM ALL-AMERICAN

RES. JR ALL-AMERICAN & NOM. ALL-AMERICAN

Arb-Flo-Spr Honeybun-Red Jacey & Hadley Ross

Flower-Brook Corena-Red H & H McIsaac and M & M Price

4-YEAR-OLD

HHM ALL-AMERICAN

St-Jacob Destry Lava-Red Jacey & Hadley Ross

PRODUCTION COW

CODERVIEW HOLSTEINS Frankie J., Betty, Diane & Alison Coderniz 40396 West Valeria Dos Palos, CA 93620 (209) 392-6735

HM ALL-AMERICAN & RES. JR ALL-AMERICAN Hol-Star Malo Roz-Red Connor Correia

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California All-American & Junior All-American Nominations B&W and R&W

NOM. ALL-AMERICAN SPRING YEARLING

NOM. ALL-AMERICAN FALL YEARLING

NOM. JR ALL-AMERICAN SPRING CALF

NOM. JR ALL-AMERICAN SPRING YRL

NOM. JR ALL-AMERICAN R&W WINTER YRL

NOM. ALL-AMERICAN R&W FALL CALF

Cheers Avalanche Charley Rocco Cunningham

Silver-Elite Aristocrat Mia Lauren Silveira

Ziems-Drsn War Anna-Red Kylie & Kiara Konyn

Maple-Leigh Dmpsey Alexa G & H Dairy

Summerlie Warrior Athena Summer Parreira

Morrill Warrior 4271-Red Blackjack & MB Luckylady Farm

NOM. ALL-AMERICAN 4-YR-OLD

Balmoral Control Jezebel MB Luckylady Farm

NOM. ALL-AMERICAN 5-YR-OLD

Ruann Doorman Jean-55162 Stephen & Patrick Maddox

NOM. JR ALL-AMERICAN R&W SPRING CALF NOM. JR ALL-AMERICAN R&W SUMMER YRL Horizon-Vue Warr Fancy-Red Casey, Chase & Chloe Vander Eyk

NOM. ALL-AMERICAN R&W SUMMER YR Wrightvale Jackson Love-Red Blackjack & MB Luckylady Farm

BHHD Symbolic-Red M, M & M Price and H & H McIsaac

NOM. ALL-AMERICAN R&W JR 2-YR-OLD

Ms Unstopabul Beauty-In-Red Jacey & Hadley Ross

2022 ALL-AMERICAN CONTESTS Open & Junior Holstein and Jerseys NOM. ALL-AMERICAN R&W SR 2-YR-OLD Ms Fannys Flaunt It-Red Jacey & Hadley Ross

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CALIFORNIA GENOMIC LEADERS Top 10 GTPI Marketed Males NAAB #

Animal Name

GTPI

NM$

PTAT

Bred By

Marketed By

Sire Stack

1.

97H42585

TERRA-CALROY ZURI-ET

3039

1033

1.63

Terra Linda Dairy & Cal-Roy-Al Partners

CRV

AltaZazzle x Tahiti x Yoder

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7H15640

TERRA-LINDA MOONRAKER-ET

3010

922

1.88

Terra Linda Dairy

Select Sires

Renegade x Wings x Delta

3.

7H15472

VANDEN-BERGE NOWS HARPER-ET 2987

956

1.51

Curtis Vanden Berge

Select Sires

Renegade x Hotline x Rubicon

4.

100H12192 HILMAR AC BRASS-ET

2980

1052

0.64

Hilmar Holsteins, Inc.

Revolution Genetics Acura x AltaMontoya x Yoder

5.

7H15339

TERRA-LINDA TAHITI JAWS-ET

2963

978

1.23

Terra Linda Dairy

Select Sires

Tahiti x AltaAmulet x Supershot

6.

97H42613

TERRA-LINDA GAOCHAN-ET

2954

1041

0.48

Terra Linda Dairy

CRV

Acura x Jedi x AltaHotrod

7.

100H12191 HILMAR AC BOOST-ET

2929

904

1.34

Hilmar Holsteins, Inc.

Revolution Genetics Acura x AltaMontoya x Yoder

8.

97H42610

2925

1047

0.8

Terra Linda Dairy

CRV

Fortnite x Tahiti x Yoder

9.

200H11946 HILMAR BOSA-ET

2920

994

0.89

Hilmar Holsteins, Inc.

Semex

Timberlake x Achiever x Delta

2913

984

0.67

Hilmar Holsteins, Inc.

Select Sires

Maximus x AltaMontoya x Yoder

2913

1067

0.21

Trifecta Genetics

Semex

Silverchair x Noble x Ragen

10. 7H15824

TERRA-LINDA HOTPOT-ET HILMAR MAX MOTIVATED

10. 200H12343 TRIFECTA NOVELTY-ET

Top 11 PTAT Cows

Top 10 PTAT Heifers Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Animal Name RUANN MOOVIN APPLE-3223-ET Stephen & Patrick Maddox RUANN CHOICE APPLE-16328-ET Stephen & Patrick Maddox HIL-PORT DREAM ON-ET Hil-Port Holsteins RUANN WAR APPLE-1017-RED Stephen & Patrick Maddox RUANN SELECT ANNA-10948 Stephen & Patrick Maddox RUANN MOOVIN GLORY-1403-ET Stephen & Patrick Maddox HIL-PORT KEEP DREAMIN Hil-Port Holsteins RUANN AIR-OSA JEAN 30012-ET Joe Airosa RUANN MOOVIN GLORY-14112-ET Stephen & Patrick Maddox RUANN MOOV 24KARAT-12241-ET Stephen & Patrick Maddox

PTAT 4.33

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3

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5

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4.21

9

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Animal Name RUANN DOC APPLE-80503-ET Stephen & Patrick Maddox RUANN DOC ANNA-94434-ET Stephen & Patrick Maddox CALORI-D CRS KINGDOC ROSE Rebekah & Stephen Mast AGRESTI DOC DYMOND-ET Double D Holsteins DINOMI UNDENIED KAY 11942 Vierra Dairy LLC & Migliazzo & Sons Dairy LLC LORITA HONEYMOON Arizona Dairy Co TERRALINDARF UNDN CUDDLE-ET Carter, Presley & Noelle Santos KATALINAS CB 24KARAT-ET Stephen & Patrick Maddox RUANN DOC JEAN-92084-ET Stephen & Patrick Maddox LEGACY-RANCH DLIGHT ADDELY J,D,L,A,M,F & G Fernandes & C,P & N Santos RUANN UNDENI GLORY-93117-ET Stephen & Patrick Maddox

GTPI 4.24 4.13 4.11 4.09 3.94 3.84 3.81 3.78 3.76 3.75 3.71

Progressive Breeders Registry

National Elite Performer

Herd owner must be a member of both their national and state associations, and enrolled in the Deluxe or Premier TriStar options and Herd Classification programs. · Percent B.A.A. for Herd Classification must be in the top 25% of herds classified during the 18-month time period just prior to March 1 of the current calendar year. · Must have a minimum of twenty 87% RHA and higher cows in the milking herd, of which at least 75% bear the herd owner’s prefix.

Complete at least three lactations in a herd participating in Holstein Association USA’s TriStar program, completing the most recent lactation in the previous calendar year · 87% RHA or higher · Classified VG-85 or higher

Herd Hath Dairy Pacheco Dairy

Years 1 6

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Homebred 97.7% 88.5

BAA 108.4 106.3

Milk 26,910 28,431

Fat 1084 1156

Pro 861 903

AGRESTI KINGBOY LOLLY-ET AGRESTI KINGBOY SHERRY AGRESTI SILVER REGAN-ET DINOMI MNTRS VIV10454-ET GENIE-J MILLION 17250 LINDA-TERRA REFLECTOR 3342 SLEEPY-HOLLOW SUP LEDY-ET

Double D Holsteins Double D Holsteins Double D Holsteins Migliazzo & Sons Dairy LLC James Wilson Terra Linda Dairy Henry P. & Carolyn Van Exel


Progressive Genetics Herd Award · Herd owner must be a member of both their national and state associations, and enrolled in the Deluxe or Premier TriStar options and Herd Classification programs. · Must have a minimum of twenty 87% RHA and higher cows in the milking herd with CTPIs. No minimum requirement for number of young stock. Herd Name Airosa Dairy , CA BWC Weststeyn Dairy LP , CA Big De Farms LP , CA Cal Poly Corporation , CA Cal-Denier Holsteins , CA California State University, Fresno , CA Calori-D Holsteins , CA Costa-View Farms , CA Curtis Ryan Vanden Berge , CA D & V Dairy , CA Den-K Holsteins, Inc. , CA Diamond S Ranch, Inc. , CA Double D Dairy , CA Durrer Dairy , CA Edwin & Gerard Koetsier , CA Evangelo Holsteins , CA Faria Dairy, Inc. , CA Fern-Oak Farms , CA Fiscalini Farms LP , CA Hath Dairy , CA Henry P. & Carolyn Van Exel , CA

Years 3 4 5 17 9 1 16 8 7 1 25 10 8 4 2 6 4 4 5 2 2

Avg. CTPI 2299 2342 2540 2219 2167 2169 2285 2392 2523 2373 2404 2296 2218 2230 2489 2389 2219 2245 2274 2407 2222

Herd Name Hillcrest Dairy , CA Hilltop Holsteins LLC , CA Hilmar Holsteins, Inc. , CA Jake De Raadt , CA James Carvalho , CA John De Jong Dairy , CA Johnny M. Machado , CA Kylie Konyn , CA Leal Dairy , CA Legacy Ranches , CA Lumar Dairy Farms , CA MB Luckylady Farm , CA Migliazzo & Sons Dairy LLC , CA Mt. Whitney Dairy , CA Rio Blanco Dairy , CA River Ranch Dairy , CA Robert J. LaSalle , CA Rodney & Edward M. Paulo , CA Sherman Dairy , CA Sierra Vista Dairy, LP , CA Silveira Dairy , CA Stephen & Patrick Maddox , CA Stephen & Patrick Maddox , CA Sweet-Haven Holsteins , CA Terra Linda Dairy , CA Tony M. & Fatima Garcia , CA Valadao Dairy , CA

Years 8 11 30 6 3 1 1 5 3 3 8 3 16 8 1 1 26 3 13 11 3 2 1 4 11 3 1

Avg. CTPI 2284 2352 2512 2250 2362 2346 2168 2333 2420 2286 2370 2260 2413 2332 2623 2377 2478 2265 2361 2395 2469 2276 2208 2300 2483 2177 2412

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SALES IN REVIEW The Genetic Super Bowl II Sale was held February 5 at the Turlock Livestock Auction Yard in Turlock. The sale was hosted by Richard Denier averaged $3159 on 61 lots. Volume buyer of the sale was RuAnn who took home 8 lots. High seller was added Lot 64, an IVF session from Siemers Doc Hanan 28286ET (EX-92)at $10,000, purchased by D. Hurst from Pennsylvania. Doc Hanan is the dam of popular sire Hanans and she was the #39 PTAT female of the breed in

The Amplify Sale at Vierra Dairy was held March 5 in Hilmar, CA! An impressive crowd bid all day long and that resulted in an astounding average of $14,297 on 162 lots! The team at Vierra put on two days of outstanding hospitality, and the crowd came early and stayed late both Friday and Saturday! The highlight of the Saturday night Vierra Celebration was the concert performed by Dillon Carmichael and Riley Green with their full bands at the dairy after the sale. Two bulls were syndicated as part of the sale. Lot S1 – JX Vierra TheBoss {6} – the #2 JPI & #2 CM$ bull of the breed at +179 JPI and +850 CM$ – was syndicated at $530,000. Lot S2 – Vierra Sting – the Joyride son of 2x WDE Grand Champion, Bri-Lin Valson Spritz – was syndicated for $100,000. Both bulls will enter stud at Semex. The State Holstein Convention Video Sale 2022 was held March 24 in Manteca, CA, with an impressive average of $4182 on 35 lots.

December ‘21. She is backed by 10VG/ EX dams from Dellia including 3rd dam, Cookiecutter Mog Hanker-ET (2E-94 GMD DOM), 2020 Global Cow of the Year. High selling live animal at $6400 was Lot 22, Ms Caldenier Celest 8661-ET, a Doorman summer yearling from the Camomile family purchased by Jon Mortensen of Idaho. Her dam is an Excellent Brazzle then EX-95 Camomile herself.

Lot 22, Ms Caldenier Celest 8661-ET was the high selling live animal at $6400.

High selling Jersey type lot at $152,000 was Lot J34 – Stoney Point Joel Bailey EX-93%, a Joel daughter that will show as a 5-year-old in 2022. From the same family as Stoney Point Impression Blenda EX-95%, the All-American Aged Cow in 2020, Bailey sold due in September to Victorious. She was consigned by Spatz Cattle Co., VA, and purchased by Vierra Dairy and Hank & Carolyn Van Exel, CA. H45 was the high selling Holstein type lot at $26,000 – Ilander Unix Leann 6324-ET, a senior 3-year-old with a beautiful udder for 2022 backed by eight generations of VG & EX dams from a deep California-bred

cow family. She was consigned by Tony Garcia, Jr., CA and purchased by Vierra Dairy, Tom De Groot, and Daniel Vande Pol, CA. The 2nd high selling Holstein at $20,000 was the 1st Choice female by Goldwyn or Tatoo out of Oakfield Solom Footloose-ET EX-94, the Reserve Grand Champion of the 2021 International Holstein Show and Unanimous All-American 4-Year-Old.

who had 12 VG daughters to date. There are nine more VG & EX dams behind Habitan, including Sno-N Denises Dellia (2E-95 GMD DOM). Two lots each sold for $9750. The top The lot was consignmed by Curtis selling type lot was Lot 1, a choice of two Vanden Berge and purchased by December ‘21 Warrior females x Rosedale Mike Santos of Terra Linda Dairy. Lucky-Rose-Red (EX-94 2E) x 6 more Two additional lots each sold for Excellent dams from Redrose & Blackrose $8500. Lot 8, Air-Osa Applely31861family. The choice was consigned by Red-ET was consigned by Phillip St. Johns’ river c/o Richard Denier and Airoso and sold to Daniel Martin. purchased by Henry Grossi. She is a Warrior winter calf from VG-87 The high selling genomic lot was Lot *RC Atwood daughter of KHW Regiment +1213M +155CFP +909NM +1.81T. She is from the Sully Shottle May-TW (2E-91 A, 10/21 Gameday (+2954G +1501M Apple-Red-ET (4E-96 DOM). +915NM +2.42T) x +2783G Spartacus Lot D, Terra-Linda Parf 9377-ET, is a DOM) family and was consigned by Terra x Cookiecutter Dta Habitan-ET (EX-90), October 2021 Parfect with +2975GTPI Linda Dairy and sold to Johnny Machado. 70 « CALIFORNIA ANNUAL 2022


HILMAR CHEESE COMPANY, INC. 8901 North Lander Avenue, P.O. Box 910, Hilmar, CA 95324 209.667.6076 hilmarcheese.com

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Remembering Friends MARY SOUZA DUARTE

Devoted Catholics, Mary and Joe regularly attended Sacred Heart Mass each Sunday. When she and Joe and the family were away, they would Mary Souza Duarte passed away peacefully at her home on Wednesday, find a church in the city of which they had traveled to so as not to miss September 22, 2021 surrounded by her loving family. Mary was born Sunday Mass. Later, while on their cruise vacations, Mary and Joe would March 8th, 1928 at her home in Tracy, CA. She was the fourth of five attend Mass daily and found much comfort in their devoted Catholicism. children. Busy raising her three girls, Mary became actively involved in Sacred Mary started school in Banta, CA before her family moved to Tracy Heart 4-H Club. With Mary’s expertise in sewing, she became the 4-H where she transferred to Tracy Elementary School. Mary attended Tracy Sewing Leader all while her daughters were actively involved in 4-H and High School (same High School that her soon to be loving husband Joe continuing as the sewing leader long after her girls finished 4-H. Mary actively supported her girls while they showed Holsteins throughout Duarte attended.) their 4-H years. Mary so enjoyed these years which kept her family actively Mary first met Joe at Tracy High, but it was not until the night of the involved with the Sacred Heart 4-H Dairy Club (where Joe was Dairy Annual 1945 New Year’s Eve Dance that their love story would begin. Leader for many years with Mary helping out right alongside Joe.) Mary was always with her family at the Holstein Shows, State Fairs, County Fairs The two danced the night away – and it was here that they fell in love. proudly supporting her girls; making sure their show whites sparkled and They were married on June 1st, 1947 at St. Bernard’s Catholic Church in were freshly pressed. Later on, when her grandchildren became involved Tracy. They honeymooned in Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Barbara with in showing Holsteins, “Vava” did the same for her grandchildren Michelle, a final destination stop at Santa Cruz. Prior to their honeymoon, Mary had Brian and Brent. Vava was so happy to see her grandchildren get involved never ventured farther than an hour outside of her hometown of Tracy. with 4-H and later in FFA showing their beloved Holsteins. Vava would sit But this was only the beginning of the worldwide travel that Mary and Joe in the front row of the bleachers as she supported her grandchildren and would soon enjoy and get to experience throughout their lives together. their accomplishments. Mary and Joe settled down in Tracy where Joe (with the help of one carpenter friend) built their very first home. Mary was so excited to move into their brand-new home where Joe worked on his families Dairy. Mary first learned how to cook with the help of her sister-in-Law, Mary Pasqual who also taught her how to sew and from there a lifelong passion for sewing ensued. Mary became an expert seamstress.

Vava loved babysitting for her grandchildren and going to her granddaughters dance recitals; watching her grandsons play soccer, basketball and baseball. Vava was so proud of her grandchildren and loved watching them grow up. She never missed a birthday party. She was at all of her grandchildren’s graduations. From grammar school, high school and at their college graduations. And was beaming with joy at Michelle, Brian and Brent’s weddings. Always so proud of each and Mary always wanted girls and God blessed her and Joe with three everyone of them. daughters. Having learned how to sew, Mary would sew new Sunday dresses for her girls as she proudly dressed up her little girls in their new The Holstein cows were both a joy and a love that Mary shared with Joe. little couture outfits. Mary would spend hours late in the evenings into They both became actively involved in the California Holstein Association: the early morning hours sewing new clothes for all three of her little girls. attending the Annual State Conventions as well as the Annual National Conventions over the years where they met wonderful people through Around this time, Mary also learned how to can fruit, and this too became their beloved “Holstein Cow Family” that are still lifelong dear friends to an annual activity which she joyfully shared with her father. They would this day. look forward to their canning days together which were spent sharing stories, laughing and having such fun times together. They would fill Throughout the years, Duarte-Acres Dairy would win many awards and both of their pantries with freshly canned peaches, apricots, and jam to recognitions and Joe would always attribute all of their successes to Mary last through the year. and her unyielding and fierce support; working side by side with Joe to always achieve more…and with Mary’s strength and determination they Soon after Joe and Mary were married, the Korean War broke out and accomplished their dreams. Mary started donating blood to support the soldiers. She did the same generous act of giving blood during the Vietnam War as she felt it was On their Dairy Farm, Mary would eventually take on the responsibility of the least she could do to support our brave soldiers. Chief Calf Raiser and Mary was the very best. She adored her baby calves! Spending hours with her calves, caring for over 144 calves at a time. She May and Joe moved from Tracy in 1951 and started their Dairy in lovingly took care of each and every one of her little calves. Mom always Modesto, CA. In May, 1958 they moved their dairy business to Ceres made sure her little calves where fed and content before she would stop where they purchased their beloved ranch on Faith Home Road. Here and take a break. Tour groups often visited Duarte-Acres from all over the they operated their Holstein Dairy, Duarte-Acres, for 53 years and raised world and Mary was world-renowned for her loving skills in caring for her their daughters. baby calves. They would always ask “where’s Mary and the ‘Old Blue ’59 Chevy” pickup …and they could always find Mary with her calves. All three of Mary and Joe’s daughters graduated from Sacred Heart Elementary School – and Mary was one of the carpool mom’s – either But Mary’s chores continued still as her busy days would then take her taking all three girls (along with a few of the neighbor children) to out to her garden where she meticulously tended to her cherished Rose school or picking them up after school. Mary kept busy driving her Garden. Working on her roses for hours all afternoon long before heading girls to volleyball and basketball games and track meets; 4-H meetings, back to take care of her baby calves for their afternoon feeding. 4-H demonstration competitions; 4-H judging competitions; and Portuguese Festas to name just a few of the activities that kept Mary Mary enjoyed volunteering at various fund raisers and always wanted on the go. to help out for a cause. She volunteered for years at Meals on Wheels – 72 « CALIFORNIA ANNUAL 2022


delivering meals once a week for 15 years to those in need. Mary wanted to pass along the importance of giving back to her grandkids where she would have her grandsons Brian and Brent go with her to pass out the Christmas Dinners and Toys throughout the community (donated by Sacred Heart Congregation.) Mary also regularly helped out preparing lunches for the “Daily Food Wagon” where her granddaughter Michelle would volunteer to help out and work alongside of her “Vava.”

everyone else’s needs before her own, always. There is a big void in our family’s hearts now, but our fond and loving memories of Mom will live on forever. We were all so lucky to have this special woman as our Mom, and loving Wife to our dad.

Our Family would like to express their deepest appreciation and sincerest gratitude for the special care provided to Mary by her caretaker Maria Antoinetta Batista. It was with the help of Maria’s loving care that we were Each year mom looked forward to helping out at the Sacred Heart able to spend these few extra years with Mom. Cafeteria kitchen making filhos (Portuguese Donuts) for the annual YLI Scholarship fundraiser. Mary was more then happy to work through the A special thank you to Covenant Care Hospice in Turlock for the support night making filhos with the group of friends -- Mary could make every of all of the nurses that attended to mom and to Iris. event a fun and happy time as her laughter was infectious. Married 74 years as of this past June 1st, Mary shared a lifelong happy and Mary’s generous spirit was never ending. When Sacred Heart Parrish called loving marriage with Joe. They are truly each other’s best friends, partners and asked for help in making “Baby Bibs” for those in need, mom, with her for life and their love for one another glows! sewing expertise, quickly said “Yes.” Mom sewed Bibs for 25 years….she would take the “bib” material on trips with her where she would fill any Mary leaves behind her loving husband, Joe A. Duarte; her three daughters Kathleen Elliott (Ken); Irene Nelson (Dwayne); Eileen Duarte; free time she had sewing bibs by hand. and five grandchildren; Michelle Pedretti (Gino); Brian Nelson (Erin); and Mary so enjoyed traveling to the various places where Joe would be Brent Nelson (Caitlyn); Amber Elliott; Laura Tressalar (David) as well as invited to speak -- which took them all throughout the United States on seven great grandchildren. Her loving sister Evelyn Luis; and her now speaking engagements as well as to Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal deceased brothers Joe, Tony and Manuel T. Souza; her father Manual I. and Canada. And from there Mary’s love of travel began and never Souza and her mother Felicia Souza as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins whom mom loved all very dearly. stopped! Her passport never expired!!

MARIA RITA VALADAO

Traveling became a lifelong shared enjoyment with Joe. They would travel to 47 of our 50 great United States. Internationally, they were fortunate to travel all over the world. Their first international trip was in 1971 where Ten-year-old Maria Rita Valadao, known by those who loved her simply they traveled to Portugal and visiting Lady of Fatima, the Azores and as Rita, was brought to heaven on the wings of angels on the evening Madeira; to Italy touring the gorgeous museums and cathedrals in Rome of March 18, 2022. and visiting Lourdes, seeing dairies in Milan. They would eventually travel to Portugal and the Azores a total of four times; in 2006 they took their daughters Irene and Eileen and their grandchildren Michelle, Brian and Brent on a wonderful trip to Portugal where they got to show us our “homeland” and experience the beauty of Portugal and the lovely people. Mary and Joe took a total of five trips to Paris, France and also visited London, England, Germany, and embarked on a three-week tour throughout China.

Rita was born on October 2, 2011 in Clovis, California and grew up in Hanford. During her short time on this earth, she touched the lives of all those who knew her. She made friends everywhere she went, her smile and infectious laugh lifting up all those around her.

Her spirit was only matched by her intelligence, fierce determination, and enthusiasm for life. She enjoyed competition, and was a hard Mary and Joe would eventually start to travel by way of cruises, and this worker, traits displayed while showing cows throughout the Central became their “preferred way of travel” taking a total of 20 cruises. Their Valley. She was a happy and fun-natured girl who loved adventure, cruise adventures took them to the Scandinavian Countries, Russia, swimming, singing, playing piano, and spending time with her family. Panama, Virgin Islands, Hawaii, Bahamas, Fiji, South America, Argentina, Even at such a young age, Rita cared deeply for those around her and Chile, (twice) to Australia and (twice) to New Zealand as they traveled on embodied true kindness and compassion. the Queen Mary II’s inaugural voyage as well as on the Queen Victoria. Rita is survived by her parents Miguel and Maria Fernanda Valadao Mary never met a stranger because she would right away engage in and brothers Fernando and Antonio in addition to her grandparents: conversation with anyone who was next to her. Always starting out the Eduardo & Maria Fatima Valadao; aunts and uncles: Eddie G. Valadao, conversation with “Where is home for you?” and from there she would David Valadao and Terra Valadao, Melinda Valadao, Joao Roberto Carmo soon be talking to these “new friends” as if they were already old-time and Patricia de Cassia Ballassini (Brasil), Mauro Cesar Carmo (Brasil) and friends. With Mary’s genuine and warm personality, she made friends cousins: Eddie, Victoria, Matthew, Bella, Conner, Madeline, and Lucas quickly and many. Valadao in addition to an abundance of other relatives, friends, and acquaintances she touched during her brief time with us. Mary was very involved in lodges and so enjoyed getting together with her dear friends at the various meetings, awards receptions and She was welcomed with loving arms into her eternal life by her conventions. She was active in the Young Ladies Institute where she was grandparents Joao Gualberto and Maria Helena Carmo. voted in as V.P and President for two years. At SPRSI she was President for several years. Also, at UPPEC, Mary was President for several years. Mary To help honor the memory of Rita, donations may be made to the Tulare was always eager to volunteer for any fund-raising activity. She the first to Kings Right to Life. Visit www.tkrl.org or call (559) 732-5000. arrive and the last to leave as she always wanted to help out and make the The Valadao family is grateful for all the prayers, well wishes, condolences, fund-raising event as successful as possible. meals, flowers, and donations on behalf of Rita. Mom was a very strong and determined woman, she never lived by the words “I Can’t “ but rather “I Can.” And she accomplished so much in her lifetime. Mom was also the most selfless person as she would put CALIFORNIA ANNUAL 2022 » 73


California Holstein Membership Directory A.L. GILBERT COMPANY P.O. Box 38, 304 N Yosemite, Oakdale, CA 95361 209-847-1721 *ACUNA, William 946 Apple Ave, Greenfield, CA 93927 831-297-2782 williamacuna1230@yahoo.com *ADAMS, Kolbi, Rikki PO Box 714, Laton, CA 93242 559-896-0909; adamscows@msn.com ADAMS, Lantz PO Box 714, Laton, CA 93242 AGRESTI-ASSALI, Dominic Double D Dairy 1441 E Monte Vista Ave, Ceres, CA 95307 209-592-0281 doubledholsteins@yahoo.com AIROSO, Joe & Diane Airosa Dairy P.O. Box 1087, Tipton, CA 93272 AIROSO, Joey & Laurie Airosa Dairy P.O. Box 1087, Tipton, CA 93272 AIROSO, Joseph & Kelci * Phillip, Ruby Airosa Dairy P.O. Box 1087, Tipton, CA 93272 ALAMO, Joe * John, Michael Alamo Dairy PO Box 99, Keyes, CA 95328 209-537-2939; dairyalam@aol.com ALMEIDA, Anne & John PO Box 296, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-595-3499; annealmeida@me.com ALMEIDA, Brandon Brand-O Holsteins PO Box 296, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-620-1432; brandonalmeida@me.com AMARANTE, Patrick Lazy-A Holsteins 1307 Costa Del Sol, Shell Beach, CA 93449 209-605-1971; lazya241954@gmail.com ANDERSON, Constance 2208 Forest Lane, Ceres, CA 95307 209-247-5616, 209-380-9647; pixieknoll@charter.net ANKER, Nick RockShar Dairy 3025 E Sandy Mush, Merced, CA 95341 559-805-7201; rockshardairy@hotmail.com AREIAS, Dennis A & Kirsten Den-K Holsteins, Inc 13315 Baker Rd, Los Banos, CA 93635 209-826-6242; denk@elite.net *ARNTZ, Clayton, Audrey, Macy 8939 Poplar Ave, Cotati, CA 94931 707-779-9221; arntzclayton@yahoo.com, aarntz20@petk12.org, karntzphs@yahoo.com *AZEVEDO, Aidan 21480 August Ave, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-202-8643; azevedodairy@gmail.com 74 « CALIFORNIA ANNUAL 2022

BALISTRERI, Dominic 555 Chileno Valley Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952 707-326-3032; dbalistreri1123@gmail.com

*BORBA, Frank Jr. 2323 W Keyes Rd, Modesto, CA 95358 209-531-0202

*BALLESTEROS, Adam 1333 Frank Ave, Dos Palos, CA 93620 209-489-3634; skye_b87@hotmail.com

BORBA, Louie Lumar Dairy Farms 7215 S Prairie Flower Rd, Turlock, CA 95380 209-495-8438; lumardairy@gmail.com

BARCELLOS, Tom & Felomena T-Bar Dairy 14851 Rd. 168, Porterville, CA 93257 559-784-5160; tbardairy@barcellosfarms.com BARRETT, Jill & Scott * Mathias 3600 State Hwy 152, Dos Palos, CA 93620 408-813-3345; sjsisi@aol.com BEGLINGER, Nick, Diane, Nick Jr., Heidi 7329 County Rd 16, Orland, CA 95963 503-865-8031 BERETTA, Jennifer 3233 Llano Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95407 707-695-2977; jens4x4@comcast.net *BERGLAND, Karinna, Tanner 2287 Catania Ct, Los Banos, CA 93635 209-743-4297; suzieberg1@gmail.com *BETTENCOURT, Ally 13799 East Ave, Turlock, CA 95380 209-678-2203; bettencourtmonica@ yahoo.com BETTENCOURT, David, Margaret, Kiaya * Gavin, Tristin DayMar6 Ranch 13132 W Linwood Ave, Turlock, CA 95380 209-277-3542; daymar6@aol.com; kbettencourt1997@gmail.com *BETTENCOURT, Jaxon PO Box 942, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-262-4019; krstn703@aol.com BLAGG, Tyler * Nathan, Henry 12630 Atkinson Rd, Lodi, CA 95240 209-747-8118; tyler@agland.org BLANCHARD, Presley & Jamison 28459 Rd 56, Visalia, CA 93277 559-799-7473; sissyl1980@aolcom BLOUNT, Madison, Halle 5530 Ehrlich Rd, Turlock, CA 95380 209-678-0558; kathyblount3@gmail.com BORBA, Clarence * Emma 10695 Escalon Bellota Rd, Escalon, CA 95320 209-480-4416; rockincbulls@aol.com BORBA, Frank & Carol FDB Holsteins 25381 E Dodds Rd, Escalon, CA 95320 209-838-3483; FDBHol@aol.com BORBA, Frank & Diane MB Lucky Lady Farms 2323 W Keyes Rd, Modesto, CA 95358 209-531-0202; mbluckylady@gmail.com

*CHAMPI, Giovanna, Julietta 4670 N 11th Ave, Hanford, CA 93230 559-816-1464; legacyofmemory@yahoo.com *CHAPMAN, JW, Chloe PO Box 507, Keyes, CA 95328

*BORGES, Haylee 14588 Houston Ave, Hanford, CA 93230 559-772-9007; hayleeborges@gmail.com

CHEDA, Larry Cheda-Hills 3272 Old Adobe Rd, Petaluma, CA 94954 707-762-3854

BORGES, Justin & Breanne 10408 S Van Allen Rd, Stockton, CA 95215 209-620-3454; bfilippini2@gmail.com

*CHEVALIER, Rylee & Caden 421 Sonoma Mtn Rd, Petaluma, CA 94954 707-478-8256; zendifarms@aol.com

BORGES, Manuel & Jeannette 18355 E. Munro Ave, Stockton, CA 95215 209-466-1828

*CINCERA, Clayton, Kelsey Jean 4270 Concord Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95407 707-953-7244; claytoncincera6@gmail.com

BRACCO, Ed & Bettie * Emma, Gracie Rocky Terrace Holsteins 30071 E Sonora, Farmington, CA 95230 209-886-1094; febracco45@aol.com

*CLAFLIN, William 1043 Woodlawn Ave, Devore, CA 92407 909-454-8106; william.b.claflin@gmail.com

*BRANCO, Jax PO Box 364, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-495-8075; jlbdairy@gmail.com

CODERNIZ, Frank & Betty, Alison, Diane Coderview Holsteins 40396 W Valeria Ave, Dos Palos, CA 93620 209-392-6735; coderview_cows@yahoo.com

*BRASIL, Tyler 6524 Perrin Rd, Manteca, CA 95337 209-629-6305; fsbrasil_dairy@yahoo.com

COELHO, Tim Rabbit Patch 24212 Rd 5 1/2, Chowchilla, CA 93610 559-706-1660; TNT313@thegrid.net

BRAZIL RANCHES PO Box 750115, Petaluma, CA 94975 707-878-2217; jbr1097@aol.com

COLEMAN, Marc, Mitchell 19566 Portofino Ct, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-634-9964; cubs@um.att.com

BRAZIL, Robert 555 Fair Ave, Petaluma, CA 94952 707-765-2235

CORREIA, Katharine * Connor, Bristol, Teegan 181 Andrews Circle, Tulare, CA 93274 559-303-5481; katharinecorreia@yahoo.com

BRAZIL-RAMIREZ, Kristy 7560 Blair Ave, Rohnert Park, CA 94928 707-765-2235 BURROUGHS, James Sierra Vista Dairy LP 22426 E Monte Vista Ave, Denair, CA 95316 209-874-9446; sierravistacows@gmail.com CABRAL, Tony & Vonnie Cal-Cab Holsteins 765 Alta Vista Ct, Galt, CA 95632 209-744-6932; youngelise@yahoo.com, squirrelskinner@live.com CARLTON, Hal & Anita Tai-Ko Holsteins 10218 Roeding Rd, Denair, CA 95316 209-883-4098, Hal cell 209-606-7345; halalmond@hotmail.com CARVALHO, Michael * Mallory, Audrey Carvalho Farms 11443 Crows Landing Rd, Crows Landing, CA 95313 209-765-7354; michael@carvalhodairy.com, carvalhofarms@yahoo.com CASTELANELLI, Larry Castelanelli Bros. 401 W. Armstrong Rd., Lodi, CA 95242 209-369-9218

COSTA VIEW FARMS 16800 Rd 15, Madera, CA 93637 559-675-3131; ginam.costaviewfarms@gmail.com *COZZI, Justin 16501 State Hwy 33, Dos Palos, CA 93620 209-769-4665; jtcozzi@icloud.com CRANEHILL GENETICS 21859 Crane Ave, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-652-3511; cranehillgenetics@aol.com CSUF AG FOUNDATION Kyle Thompson - CSUF Dairy 2415 E San Ramon Ave M/S AS 75, Fresno, CA 93740 559-278-2873; kthompson@csufresno.edu CUNNINGHAM, Christian 4338 Lichau Rd, Penngrove, CA 94951 707-792-1496; lynnpenngrove@aol.com CUNNINGHAM, John & Lynn R John Holsteins 4338 Lichau Rd, Penngrove, CA 94951 707-974-8700; haysource@aol.com CUNNINGHAM, Rocco 4338 Lichau Rd, Penngrove, CA 94951 707-249-4749; roccopenngrove@aol.com *DANBOM, Collin 5831 S Tegner Rd, Turlock, CA 95380 209-277-1271; bddairyfarms@gmail.com

DAVIS, James & Tara * Ava, Jaxon TA-RO-LEE Holsteins 301 Robertson Blvd, Chowchilla, CA 93610 559-665-3068; tara.davis.r8bu@statefarm.com DAVIS, Les & Bernadette * Madeline, Melissa 1308 W Mt Whitney, Riverdale, CA 93656 559-816-1616, 559-284-3495; bellarosabernie@aol.com DAVIS, Michael 1308 W Mt Whitney, Riverdale, CA 93656 559-707-9377 DE VISSER, Brum 4500 Albers Rd, Oakdale, CA 95361 209-847-0468; brumdvdairy@aol.com DEGROOT, Tony Anthony De Groot Dairy 3012 Grangeville Blvd, Hanford, CA 93230 559-584-9363; brianwaymire087@gmail.com DEMELLO, Tony Chairein Holsteins PO Box 3836, Turlock, CA 95381 209-404-9540; tddemello@earthlink.net DENIER, Fred & Richard Cal-Denier Dairy, LLC 10715 Arno Rd, Galt, CA 95632 209-745-4982; fdenier@softcom.net DENIER, Rich JDR Genetics & NDIRA PO Box 221753, Carmel, CA 93922 831-626-0451; rjd.denier@gmail.com *DENIZ, Darren, Shelby, Andrew 421 Sonoma Mtn Road, Petaluma, CA 94954 707-478-8256; zendifarms@aol.com DENIZ, Lucas & Lisa, Ernie, Eddy Deniz; Vicky Prior & Becky Chevalier Zendi Farms 344 Lynch Rd, Petaluma, CA 94954 707-484-3798; zendifarms@aol.com DERAADT, Jake Eden-Vale Dairy 6944 21 1/2 Ave., Lemoore, CA 93245 559-904-3760; jakederaadt@gmail.com DESNAYER, Paula DeSnayer Dairy 23243 N Rond Rd, Lodi, CA 95242 209-327-6140; desnayer@gmail.com DEVISSER, Peter 21268 E Avena Rd, Escalon, CA 93706 209-838-7383; PRdeVisser@aol.com DEVISSER, Adam 383 Farinelli Parkway, Escalon, CA 95320 209-604-7383; whtgld4u@aol.com *DEVRIES, Jennifer 17215 Wild Rd, Helendale, CA 92342 760-881-6784; rixt.jennifer2003@hotmail. com, theadutchdairy@hotmail.com *DIGIOVANI, Taciana 5400 S Quincy Rd, Denair, CA 95316 209-678-3772; cowdoc2005@yahoo.ca


*DONALDSON, Megan PO Box 156, Tomales, CA 94971 707-292-3277; jenn.crayne@yahoo.com *DOOLEY, Eva PO Box 1347, Hanford, CA 93232 559-904-4410; kepenyes@me.com *DOOLEY, Owen & Shane 4985 Ave 272, Visalia, CA 93277 559-799-7996; thedooleys@yahoo.com DORES, Michael & Brittney PO Box 874, Hughson, CA 95326 209-678-0553; bespindula22@yahoo.com DOTINGA, Michael Hilltop Holsteins 4900 Dodds Rd, Oakdale, CA 95361 209-605-5111 *DOUGLASS, Heath 6254 Co. Rd. 17, Orland, CA 95963 530-680-4545; cafarmerhd@gmail.com *DRUM, Macie 4811 Cora Lane, Merced, CA 95341 209-761-7552; beckydrum@yahoo.com DUARTE, Joe Duarte Acres 8413 Faith Home Rd, Ceres, CA 95307 209-632-1987 DURRER, Chris Durrer Dairy/Lorita Holsteins 8461 Beckwith Rd, Modesto, CA 95358 209-595-5315; loritahols@aol.com DURRER, Leo * Clayton, Cole Durrer Dairy/Lorita Holsteins 8461 Beckwith Rd, Modesto, CA 95358 209-765-1859; loritahols@aol.com *DURRER, Neil 8490 Bacon Rd, Modesto, CA 95358 209-499-3750; erikadurrer@outlook.com DUTRA, Tom 2120 W Vine St, Lodi, CA 95242 209-969-6399; thomasdutra@gmail.com DYKSTRA, Johnny Dykstra Dairy 6801 Ave 176, Tulare, CA 93274 559-967-0961; dykstra036@aol.com *DYKZEUL, Case 8955 W Grayson Rd, Modesto, CA 95358 209-606-1624; dykzeul5@gmail.com DYT, Callista * Doreen, Anneke, Ellie Moonshine Dairy 22748 Kilburn Rd, Crowslanding, CA 95313 209-837-4391; jacquiedyt@gmail.com EDLUND, Dennis Slice O’Heaven Ranch 13525 Montfort Rd, Herald, CA 95638 916-207-4796; sliceofheavenranch@ gmail.com www.sliceofheaven.com *EDMAN, Emmett 3955 Canal Ln, Winters, CA 95694 530-304-4724; jedman@ucdavis.edu EICHNER, Emmy 4270 Concord Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95407 707-953-7244; emmycincera@gmail.com

ESPINDULA, George Startom Holsteins 5725 Ehrlich Rd, Turlock, CA 95380 209-634-4028; GEHolstein@aol.com ESTACIO, Bobby 2140 Julie Ave, Turlock, CA 95380 209-678-3801; EVANGELO, Jason Evangelo Holsteins 6970 Corona Ave, Kingsburg, CA 93631 559-816-0321; jasonevangelo@hotmail.com EVANGELO, Matthew & Lauren Evangelo Holsteins 6970 Corona Ave, Kingsburg, CA 93631 559-816-4224; mevangelo@hotmail.com EVANGELO, Terrie Evangelo Holsteins 6926 6th Ave, Hanford, CA 93230 559-816-8660; evangelo@hughes.net EVANGELO, Tony & Carolina 5324 W Prospect Ct, Visalia, CA 93291 559-741-9646; tevangelo@gmail.com *FABIAN, Molly 18752 Railroad Ave, Sonoma, CA 95476 707-888-3297; mollyfarmsrabbits@ yahoo.com FARIA, Frank & Patti Faria Dairy, Inc. 13182 S. Robinson Rd, Escalon, CA 95320 209-838-2342; FrankFariaFDI@aol.com FERNANDES, Austin * Greg, Gregory Fern Oaks Farms 17001 Ave 160, Porterville, CA 93257 559-684-8220; AJFernandes22@gmail.com, GWFFarms@aol.com, fernoak89@gmail.com FERNANDES, Frank * Maddie, Frankie Legacy Ranch 22703 Rd 148, Tulare, CA 93274 559-684-8220 , 559-280-0991; dfernand1@juno.com FERNANDES, Gary, Garrison, Angelica, Peyton LegenDairy Farms PO Box 967, Tipton, CA 93272 Gary 559-308-0696, fernandesgary@aol.com; Garrison 559-308-8498, garrisonfern22@gmail.com; Annie 559-656-4942, anniefernandes97@gmail.com; Peyton 559-366-8582, peyton13322@gmail.com FERNANDES, Hayley Legacy Ranch 22703 Rd 148, Tulare, CA 93274 559-684-8220 FERNANDES, Jared * Delainee, Jacob Legacy Ranch 1910 Bordeaux Ct., Tulare, CA 93274 559-308-6241, 559-684-8220; FernandesJared@gmail.com, fernoak@unwiredbb.com FERNANDES, Joey Fernjo Farms 22601 Rd 148, Tulare, CA 93274 559-688-1842; fernjo@juno.com

FERNANDES, Josh *Luke, Gianna, Ava Legacy Ranch 2450 La Paloma Dr, Tulare, CA 93274 559-730-6015; fernjosh@sbcglobal.net

GERBER, Larry Exclusive Farms 11706 Blue Oak Dr., Oakdale, CA 95361 209-846-5535/209-484-0651; larrygrandslam@comcast.net

HARRIS, Chad Sierra-View Farms 890 I St, Hickman, CA 95323 209-277-6088; svfarms7281990@gmail.com

FERNANDES, Landon, Collin, Preston Fernjo Farms 22601 Rd 148, Tulare, CA 93274 559-280-1850; fernjofarms@gmail.com

GH DAIRY 7280 Eucalyptus Ave, Ontario, CA 91762 909-606-6455; ghd123@earthlink.net

HASTINGS, Joel DairyBusiness 1625 Howard Rd #313, Madera, CA 93637 315-430-7378; jhastings@dairybusiness.com www.dairybusiness.com

FERNANDES, Preston Tulare High School Farm 591 W Bardsley, Tulare, CA 93274 559-687-7390; Preston.fernandes@tulare.k12.ca.us *FERREL, Kaitlyn 2311 Henry Miller, Los Banos, CA 93635

GIPE, Alpha & Sherri 6885 W Oak Ave, Merced, CA 95341 209-358-9377; AWGipe@aol.com GOINS, Jenny * Andrew 2149 McKinley Ct, Los Banos, CA 93635 209-675-2274; jenny@abarag.com

*FIORINI, Eric vjcowsandgoats@aol.com

*GOMES, Allyson 2343 Cool Springs Ct, Los Banos, CA 93635 559-493-1216; yankeesnik73@gmail.com

FIRE-LAKE HOLSTEINS PO Box 1024, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-678-2670

*GOMES, Colby 3370 Hwy 33, Gustine, CA 95322 209-854-2831; dmgomes@att.net

FISCALINI, Brian Fiscalini Farms 7206 Kiernan Ave, Modesto, CA 95358 209-346-0384; bfiscalini@gmail.com

*GOMES, Daniel Jr. 1373 Merganser Ct, Newman, CA 95360 209-602-2472; dhdgomes@yahoo.com

*FORSTER, Kyleigh 1060 Calamity Ln, Bakersfield, CA 93314 661-619-8023; cforster78@aol.com FREITAS, Joey 13799 East Ave, Turlock, CA 95380 *FUMASI, Ava, Mary 6142 W Seeger Ct, Visalia, CA 93277 559-623-9202; fumasitx@gmail.com GAMBONINI, Frank, Stacey and Alex * Sammi Gamlake Dairy 7149 Lakeville Hwy, Petaluma, CA 94954 707-762-2581; gamlakedairy@gmail.com, apgambo@gmail.com, frankiegambonini@gmail.com, sgambonini@gmail.com www.gamlakedairy.com *GARCIA, Dylan, Evan 1836 Marroneto Ct, Tulare, CA 93274 559-686-1864; wegotmilk@aol.com *GARCIA, Kendall 4316 Savoie Ct, Modesto, CA 95356 209-409-2340; garciafam4316@gmail.com GARCIA, Tony Jr. 6455 California Ave, Modesto, CA 95358 209-818-9696; GarciaDairy@hotmail.com GASPAR, Steve Parreira-Gaspar Dairy 15997 Ave 188, Strathmore, CA 93267 559-381-0947; sagaspar03@gmail.com GENASCI, Andrew, Kevin, Matthew, Grant Genasci Dairy 6555 Bluegum Ave, Modesto, CA 95358 209-765-7111; genace1@aol.com GENASCI, Ed, Jim, Bill Genasci Ranch 6555 Bluegum Ave, Modesto, CA 95358 209-765-7111; genace1@aol.com GENASCI, Steve, Tom Genasci Dairy 3213 Jackson Rd, Modesto, CA 95358

GORDON, Laura 3554 W Oakridge Ave, Visalia, CA 93291 559-750-7640; gordon494@gmail.com GOYENETCHE, Michael G3 Dairy 5829 East Panama, Bakersfield, CA 93307 661-845-4564; G3Dairy@aol.com

HATH, Leon & Amy * Ryan, Trevor Hath Dairy PO Box 69, El Nido, CA 95317 209-756-2266; hathdairy@sbcglobal.net HAY, Mike 375 Apricot St, Nipomo, CA 93444 805-448-3661, 805-929-6697; mikenjenniehay@aol.com *HAYLEE, Borges 14588 Houston Ave, Hanford, CA 93230 559-772-9007 HENDERSON, Stan 1504 Las Brisas, Paso Robles, CA 93446 805-748-2863; shenders@calpoly.edu HERZOG, Max K & Marilyn Sleepy Hollow Dairy 7689 Lakeville Hwy, Petaluma, CA 94954 707-762-2870; maxh@webperception.com

GRAI-ROSE CATTLE CO. PO Box 245, Tomales, CA 94971 608-797-2855; grairosecattle@gmail.com www.grairosecattle.com

HIGH SIERRA BIO DISTRIBUTING Jayne Dinse, Bill Buchmann 1255 Rice Lake St, Owatonna, MN 55060 209-404-2552, 507-776-6455; highsierrabd@gmail.com www.dakotablenders.com

GREGORIO, Gabbie 10950 E Jahant Rd., Acampo, CA 95220 209-663-3976; doubleg1221@gmail.com

HILLCREST DAIRY 1901 N Hayden Rd, Le Grand, CA 95333 209-382-0669; hillcrestdairy@outlook.com

*GREIDANUS, Shae 15887 Ave 264, Visalia, CA 93292 sgreidanus1@gmail.com

*HODGES, Heather PO Box 164, Kerman, CA 93630 209-398-0329; hodgescowgirl2005@gmail.com

GROSSI, Annette 3550 Novato Blvd, Novato, CA 94947 415-897-6762 GROSSI, Dominic S. * Bryce, Paige 3666 Novato Blvd, Novato, CA 94947 415-897-8461; nancygrossi@gmail.com GROSSI, Henry M. PO Box 398, Valley Ford, CA 94972 707-776-7826; hmg82350@gmail.com GROVE, Jordan Jaye-Be Holsteins 2218 Old Ranch Pl, Santa Rosa, CA 95405 707-538-0524; r-dgrove@sonic.net HAKKER, Roger & Cheryl Hakker Dairy 12499 Idaho Ave, Hanford, CA 93230 559-816-9084; RAHakker@yahoo.com HAMM, Jack & Pati Lima Ranch 13438 N Thornton Rd, Lodi, CA 95242 209-334-5422; mooovers@aol.com

HOMEN, Johnny * Jaden Homen Dairy 7498 South Combs Rd, Merced, CA 95341 209-564-1443; jshomen75@icloud.com HORICK, Carol Drakes Bay Holsteins & Ayrshires P.O. Box 333, Point Reyes, CA 94956 415-663-9268; missckowz@att.net *HORICK, Danielle 1939 Aodbe Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952 707-787-7416; dehorick@gmail.com HUMPHREYS, Lisa * Allie 704 Waltz Ave, Gerber, CA 96035 530-526-0611; lhumphreys09@gmail.com *HUSK, Brayden 3233 Llano Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95407 707-695-2977; cosmobeauty2282@yahoo.com JACOBI, Siebren Rocking S Dairy 3301 Ladd Rd, Modesto, CA 95356 209-556-7002; siebrenjacobi@gmail.com CALIFORNIA ANNUAL 2022 » 75


*JEFFRIES, Peyton 25951 Red Pony Lane 831-455-6707; peytontortoise@gmail.com *JIMENEZ, Jacqueline 10815 Arno Rd, Galt, CA 95632 209-745-4982; elisagomezdeJ@hotmail.com JLG ENTERPRISES P.O. Box 1375, Oakdale, CA 95361 209-847-4797; info@jlgenterprises.com www.jlgenterprises.com JOHN DE GROOT & SONS DAIRY 6105 W Lincoln Ave, Fresno, CA 93706 559-233-3594; jdgdairy@aol.com, charlie_dg@hotmail.com JONES, Rick Jones Farms Dairy 19133 W Sixth Ave, Stevinson, CA 95374 209-634-4754 KAMPER, Rodney Glenn Mt Whitney Dairy 20784 S Marks Ave, Riverdale, CA 93656 559-867-4204; KAMPER, Travis 2836 W Mt Whitney Ave, Riverdale, CA 93656 559-288-1791; tkamper@yahoo.com KASBERGEN, Cornell Rancho Teresita Dairy 21744 Rd 152, Tulare, CA 93274 559-804-7393; ckasbergen@aol.com *KASBERGEN, Kate, Camryn, Colt 21744 Rd 152, Tulare, CA 93274 559-469-6675; kasbergens@gmail.com KENNEDY, Angie All-West Select Sires 1374 Burlwood Ct, Tulare, CA 93274 559-909-2220; angiek@ allwestselectsires.com KIDDER, Matt & Bridget T-Bar Dairy 14851 Rd. 168, Porterville, CA 93257 559-784-5160; bridgetk@barcellosfarms.com KISST, John & Tamela, John Jr., Andrew, Alayna, Jenavieve & Jaqueline Kisst Dairies P.O. Box 300, Ripon, CA 95366 209-832-3077; kisstdairy@aol.com KOETSIER, Edwin Oakview Dairy 6626 Ave 228, Tulare, CA 93274 559-972-0107; cowsforus@aol.com *KONYN, Kylie, Kiara Aspire Holsteins 2165 Oro Verde Rd, Escondido, CA 92027 760-644-3401; kylie@konyndairy.com, stacy@konyndairy.com KUBER, Ron & Connie Connor Agriscience 13428 E Herndon Ave, Clovis, CA 93619 559-779-5961; ron@connoragriscience. com connoragriscience.com *LABNO, Johnny 20471 Palm Ct, Hilmar, CA 95324

209-226-3806; labnojohn3@gmail.com *LAGE, Mia and Jenna 1287 Santa Ines Ct, Petaluma, CA 94954 707-696-7850; kspaletta@comcast.net LANGUM, Dan & Denise, Matt, Melissa 16048 Sexton Rd, Escalon, CA 95320 209-324-4462 LANGUM, Tina 1521 Pioneer St, Escalon, CA 95320 209-838-2011; jrsygrl99@hotmail.com LASALLE, Robert 10663 Ave 7 1/2, Firebaugh, CA 93622 559-659-1944; boblasalle@aol.com LASALLE, Amber Slo-Train Holsteins 1855 Westminster Ln, Turlock, CA 95382 559-260-8310 LAWRENCE, Matt Your Legacy Genetics 13610 Ave 208, Tulare, CA 93274 LEAL, Jace Leal Dairy 7027 Ave 208, Tulare, CA 93274 559-799-9540; lealdairy@gmail.com LEE FAMILY, Ross & Gina Leemode Holsteins PO Box 581497, Modesto, CA 95358 209-606-8237; Rlee@leemodelaw.com LEGACY RANCH PO Box 1149, Tipton, CA 93274 559-757-3754; fernandesjared@gmail.com *LEWIS, Cole PO Box 4, El Nido, CA 95317 209-564-7587; lewisn@helenachemical.com LEYENDEKKER, Fred South Corner Dairy 8517 Ave 360, Visalia, CA 93291 559-623-6888; frdleyendekker@gmail.com *LIGHTFOOT, Annika, Natalia 4165 Pathway Lane, Turlock, CA 95382 alilite@att.net

MADDOX, Stephen Jr. & Haley Maddox Dairy 12883 W. Kamm Ave, Riverdale, CA 93656 559-866-5624; smaddoxjr@hotmail.com MADDOX, Steve & Brenda Maddox Dairy 12877 W. Kamm Ave, Riverdale, CA 93656 559-866-5308; sdmaddox@yahoo.com *MANCEBO, Hannah, Rachel 21480 Rd 16, Chowchilla, CA 93610 559-908-8083; cmancebo2@hotmail.com *MANCEBO, Sarah 14999 Ave 232, Tulare, CA 93274 559-759-2131; sarahmancebo@yahoo.com MARCHY, Bob & Lori, Bobby, Cole * Billy Marchy Dairy 5049 Morgan Rd, Ceres, CA 95307 209-678-1265; lmarchy@aol.com MARTIN, Daniel & Jill * Kestin & Kinley 2599 Doral Ct, Tulare, CA 93274 559-280-7020; dmartin@westernmilling.com MARTIN, Karen Edystar Farms 12948 Welch St., Waterford, CA 95386 209-606-5066; edystarfarms@att.net *MARTINS, Makenna & Brielle 10101 Beckwith Rd, Modesto, CA 95358 dannymartins4ag@aol.com *MARTINHO, Brixton 181 Andrews Circle, Tulare, CA 93274 559-303-5481; katharinecorreai@yahoo.com MAST, Calvin & Lorraine Calori-D Holsteins 2625 Hall Rd, Denair, CA 95316 209-535-0524; callorim@yahoo.com

*LINDAHL, Jamee 32446 Rd 144, Visalia, CA 93292 559-737-0515; dlindahl@ul-tra-tech.com

MAST, Rebekah Calori-D Holsteins 504 Sunday Dr, Turlock, CA 95382 209-484-6682; rebekahmast34@gmail.com

LOPES, Caitlin * Celeste 17381 Cotton Gin Rd, Los Banos, CA 93635 209-829-9677; caitlinlopes96@gmail.com

MAST, Stephen Calori-D Holsteins 2621 Hall Rd, Denair, CA 95316 209-613-8872; stelynm2012@gmail.com

*LOPES, Landon 415 Somerset, Los Banos, CA 93635 209-675-0250; llandon1212@gmail.com

MATHERON, Duane, Dale, Ryan, Aaron Hilmar Holsteins 21859 Crane Ave, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-634-7523; hilmarholsteins@aol.com

*LOPES, Selina, Joseph 9270 S Whitworth, Gustine, CA 95322 209-854-1665; pandd95@gmail.com LUPO, Bill 4861 N Warren, Fresno, CA 93705 559-224-2881; williamlupo@comcast.net MACHADO, Johnny * Emori, Adison, Kenadie, Kaelyn 7413 S Mitchell Rd, Turlock, CA 95380 209-652-6929; machadodairy209@ live.com *MACIEL, Collin, Colby, Carlee 1175 Plymouth Ave, Atwater, CA 95301 209-777-0911; armdeep4u@aol.com

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MADDOX, Patrick Ruann Dairy 6805 W Davis Ave, Riverdale, CA 93656 559-867-3442; ruannpat@aol.com

MCCLELLAND, George & Dora McClelland’s Dairy 6475 Bodega Ave, Petaluma, CA 94952 707-664-0452; info@mcclellandsdairy.com www.mcclellandsdairy.com MCCLELLAND, Robert & Jolynn Robert McClelland Dairy * Collin, Luke 13200 Valley Ford Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952 707-876-3292; jemcows@yahoo.com

MCISAAC & SON DAIRY * Hunter, Hayden, Hettie Two-Rock Holsteins PO Box 76, Tomales, CA 94971 707-763-0334; nmcisaac3@gotsky.com MEDEIROS, Cathy 1299 Lloyd Thayer Circle, Stockton, CA 95206 209-406-9239; marcat1299@aol.com MEDEIROS, Melvin, Christina, Keegan Mel-Tina Holsteins 808 E. Coleman Ave, Laton, CA 93242 559-816-1121; mel_tinamedeiros@ yahoo.com MELLO, Joe F. 625 Monroe Ave, Los Banos, CA 93635 209-826-0490; *MELLO, John, Bailey 9635 16th Ave, Hanford, CA 93230 559-469-7038; ondriamello@yahoo.com MELVOLD, Ken Ken Melvold Sales & Service 6178 N Blosser, Fresno, CA 93711 559-906-1714; *MENDES, Caitlin 3790 Hwy 198, Hanford, CA 93230 559-707-3767; mendesm99@gmail.com *MENDES, Mason 12499 Idaho Ave, Hanford, CA 93230 559-381-2762; mendescowmen@gmail.com MIGLIAZZO, Dino & Dante Migliazzo Dairy 3645 W Bradshaw, Atwater, CA 95301 209-756-5588 Dino, 209-769-9525 Dante, 209-658-5438 Vincent migdairy@elite.net MIGUEL, Dennis & Melissa Miguel Family Dairy 8413 Bridgeport Dr., Hilmar, CA 95324 209-216-7730; dmanhlstns@hotmail.com MIGUEL, Donavan 19526 Gibraltar Ct, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-534-9135; dennis19526@charter.net MONTEIRO, David Monteiro Bros Dairy 19850 S Polk, Riverdale, CA 93656 559-867-4987; dmonteiro_24@yahoo.com MONTIERO, Sandi Hurtgen 3300 63rd St., Sacramento, CA 95820 209-404-9260; 924wedding@gmail.com MORASCI, George 4601 Vivian Rd, Modesto, CA 95358 209-652-7151; westportcadream@aol.com MORETTI, Linda 1240 Dutch Lane, Penngrove, CA 94951 707-795-3451; boballinda@gmail.com MORETTI, Mike & Monique, Amanda, Danny Moretti Family Dairy 3000 Whitaker Bluff Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952 707-878-2010; 2m.dairy@gmail.com, morettifamilydairy@gmail.com *MORRIS, Livia 7742 Paradise Rd, Modesto, CA 95358 209-814-5392; morrisn@mjc.edi

MT WHITNEY DAIRY 20784 S Marks Ave, Riverdale, CA 93656 559-867-4204; *MUIR, Carter 242 Star Dr, Hanford, CA 93230 559-816-2860; rontoledo@comcast.net MULAS, Michael Arroyo-Vista Holsteins 2034 Fremont Dr, Sonoma, CA 95476 707-695-8930; mulas@vom.com MULL, Randi * Mykel, Layne Mull Dairy PO Box 846, Chowchilla, CA 93610 559-223-7476; randimull@gmail.com MURPHY, Denny & Stephanie Cal-Crest Holsteins 7387 S Kenneth, Fowler, CA 93625 559-905-3720; NELES, Anthony * Annie, Ross Cal-Nel Holsteins 22030 Bonness Rd, Sonoma, CA 95476 707-938-3387; NELSON, Brent Nelson Farms 3004 Salluce Dr, Denair, CA 95316 209-632-6197, 209-613-3288; nelsonfarmca@.com NELSON, Brian Nelson Farms 1012 Bennington, Turlock, CA 95382 209-632-6197, 209-613-3288; nelsonfarmca@.com NELSON, Dwayne & Irene Nelson Farms 5931 W Tuolumne, Ceres, CA 95307 209-632-6197, 209-613-3288; nelsonfarmca@.com NUNES, George Marcrest Holsteins 3105 N. Trindade, Atwater, CA 95301 209-722-1326; gmnunes43@gmail.com NUNES, Tom & Lindsey 4379 South Sperry Rd, Denair, CA 95316 209-678-2540; mzdairygrl@att.net NYLUND, Rodney V. Nylund Dairy PO Box 250, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-634-7520; nylunddairy@gmail.com OLIVEIRA, Freddy Anchor-Vue 3993 Lander Ave, Stevinson, CA 95374 209-652-3501; anchorvue@gmail.com OLIVEIRA, Joe * Morgan, Joseph, Madison 20635 American Ave, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-652-5397; marilena_cabral@yahoo.com OLUFS, Carly 651 Fairview Ct, Petaluma, CA 94952 707-738-1998; carlyojerseys@yahoo.com OMLIN, Heidi, Jody, Sierra Triple Trouble Farms 6400 S Mitchell Rd, Turlock, CA 95380 209-402-2249; cowcrazychic@aol.com


*ONSUREZ, Jennifer 14300 Ave 228, Tulare, CA 93274 559-467-6811; onsurez8@outlook.com

PIMENTEL, Luis A 11375 Bruceville, Elk Grove, CA 95624 916-870-0452

ROCHA, Joey 4211 Riopel Ave, Denair, CA 95316 209-678-5189; joey.rocha@algilbert.com

*OPPEDYK, Jon PO Box 98, Corcoran, CA 93212 559-288-5665; soppedyk@gmail.com

PIRES, Lourence L&L Pires Dairy PO Box 581973, Modesto, CA 95358

ORNELLAS, Kevin, Leroy Ornellas Dairy 20749 Lammers Rd, Tracy, CA 95304 209-835-5204, Kevin cell 209-649-8626; lornellas@caldsl.net

PLOCHER, Rick Cache-Acres Holsteins 36021 Co Rd 18A, Woodland, CA 95695 530-867-0774; rickplocher@gmail.com

*ROCHA, Karley, Caleb 405 San Fernando St, Los Banos, CA 93635 209-564-1072 drocha@losbanosusd.k12.ca.us ROCHA, Manuel 13967 Alta Mesa Rd, Galt, CA 95632 209-712-2761 rocha.manuel.1952@gmail.com

PACHECO, Elijah 2363 Silver Leaf Lane, Turlock, CA 95382

PORTER, Herman 2608 Cameo Ct, Bakersfield, CA 93304 661-832-4498; porter2608@yahoo.com

PACHECO, Jerry, Arlene & Brian Pacheco Dairy 19950 W Belmont, Kerman, CA 93630 559-846-9686; bpacheco@kermantel.net

PRATHER, Jason & Theresa T-Bar Dairy 14851 Rd. 168, Porterville, CA 93257 559-784-5160;

PACHECO, Matthew 19950 W Belmont, Kerman, CA 93630 559-846-8085; bpacheco@kermantel.net

*PRINS, Abbigail 2289 Kaiser Creek, Tulare, CA 93274 559-688-1807; jprins950@aol.com

*PAOLINI, Victoria 1161 Bellflower Way, Los Banos, CA 93635 209-737-6383; vickypaolini@icloud.com

*PRIOR, Abby 421 Sonoma Mtn Rd, Petaluma, CA 94954 707-478-8256; zendifarms@aol.com

*ROSS, Jacey, Hadley 45644 S 463rd Ave #11, Gila Bend, AZ 85337 602-300-8552; az-farmgirl@hotmail.com

*PAREIRA, Henry, Jack 2489 Turlock Rd, Snelling, CA 95369 209-563-6342; jmpareira@yahoo.com

QUARESMA, Raymond & Sue 5300 E Perrin Rd, Manteca, CA 95337 209-825-7774, C 918-7774; quaresmadairy@aol.com

RUANN DAIRY 7285 W Davis Ave, Riverdale, CA 93656 559-867-4457; ruanndm@aol.com

PARREIRA, Mike & Danielle * Summer 1442 Clarete Ave, Tulare, CA 93274 209-499-8477; mikeparr76@aol.com *PARSON, Madilyn 20454 3rd St, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-652-3540; heromatheron@yahoo.com PAULO, Lacee Paulo-Bro/ Designer Genes 2500 N Kensington Way, Hanford, CA 93230 559-212-1937; lpaulo@holstein.com PAULO, Rodney Paulo-Bro 388 W Harold Griswold Way, Hanford, CA 93230 559-362-4008; rodp9@yahoo.com PEDRETTI, III, Gino & Michelle Pedretti Ranches 235 E. Roosevelt Rd, El Nido, CA 95317 209-756-1612; ginoiii@sbcglobal.net PEDROTTI, Don, Kelly 5396 Elk River Rd, Eureka, CA 95503 707-498-1022 PEDROTTI, Kyle 5396 Elk River Rd, Eureka, CA 95503 707-601-2324 PEREIRA, Richard, Taylor, Jordan, April Pure-Pride Holsteins 27205 E Carter Rd, Escalon, CA 95320 209-470-3946; pureprideholsteins@yahoo.com PERRY, Carl & Julie Clover Prairie Farm 22682 Williams Ave, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-632-9100; hayloftpigeon@aol.com PIETERSMA, Ronald C. Legend Dairy Farms P.O.Box 2500, Chino, CA 91708 909-627-2100; legenddf@aol.com

QUIST, Jim Conquistador Holsteins 5500 W Jensen Ave, Fresno, CA 93706 559-647-1284; pk1jq@hotmail.com *RALLS, Rena, Madelyn, Morrrisa 861 Pomegranate Ave, Patterson, CA 95363 209-652-7930; mralls1@aol.com REBIERO, Jon * Gianna, Genevieve, Joseph Trinkler Dairy Farms 3351 W Keyes Rd, Modesto, CA 95358 209-652-5343; jrebiero@trinklerfarms.com

*ROEST, Alexis 5621 Sun Glen Dr, Salida, CA 95368 209-648-2607; bulltastic@hotmail.com ROEST FAMILY DAIRY 3812 S. Morgan Rd, Turlock, CA 95380 209-632-6464 *ROSA, Mary, John, Thomas 10074 2ND Ave, Hanford, CA 93230 559-362-1147; holly@rosabrothers.com

*RUECKHEIM, Zoey 2141 Blue Ridge Ave, Los Banos, CA 93635 209-885-5969; mrueckheim@hotmail.com SA, Jeffrey Valley Tech Ag Services 2120 K St., Tulare, CA 93274 559-688-5684; jeff@vtaglab.com SAGARIA, Ray & Diane 631 Rainsville Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952 707-287-2320; diane.sagaria@zeiss.com SALCIDO, Joe H 12215 Rushville Ct, Bakersfield, CA 93312 661-477-2015; joe.salcido@yahoo.com

RELVAS, Stephen, Beverly, Kris, Kristine & Kimberly Rel-Vista, Inc. 8448 S Carpenter Rd, Modesto, CA 95358 209-538-1875;

*SANCHEZ, Logan 11735 Houston Ave, Hanford, CA 93230 559-381-0893; megansanchez04@yahoo.com

*RENATI, Reese 5560 Carroll Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952 707-477-7352; renee@asbagent.com

SANDERS, Natalie PO Box 1024, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-678-3261; natalie.sanders@hotmail.com

*RENATI, Shane 5952 Carroll Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952 707-228-8056; ourhomerealtor@yahoo.com *RIDDLE, Charlee 39121 Tassajara Rd, Carmel Valley, CA 93924 831-521-7869; rebe.riddle@hotmail.com RIEBLI, Jim * Emma Jim Riebli Dairy 295 Rainsville Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952 707-953-8962; jimrieblidairy@gmail.com RIEBLI, Marie P.O. Box 1075, Penngrove, CA 94951 707-484-5287; riemar@aol.com *RIESENBECK, Wyatt PO Box 506, Escalon, CA 95320 209-985-2926; mzriesey@att.net

*SANDERS, Joshua PO Box 1024, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-678-2670; nicolesanders0014@gmail.com SANTOS, Carl 1769 Pinto St, Tulare, CA 93274 559-802-2375; csantos@westernmilling.com SANTOS, Mike * Carter, Presley, Noelle Terra Linda Dairy 4433 Ave 232, Tulare, CA 93274 559-358-5345; terralindagenetics@gmail.com SAWYER, Chris Diamond S Ranch 600 Roberts Ferry Rd, Waterford, CA 95386 209-874-2312; chris.sawyer61@gmail.com

SCHEENSTRA, Steve S & S Dairy 5311 Ave 272, Visalia, CA 93277 559-687-2620 *SCHOHR, Joe 765 Berry Patch Ct, Gridley, CA 95948 707-481-5654; mmschorhr@gmail.com *SCIALO, Blake & Chloe 2011 Idaho Ave, Hanford, CA 93230 559-730-1921; vincescbfarms@yahoo.com SILACCI, Ben & Jessica Silacci Dairy 4349 Lakeville Hwy, Petaluma, CA 94952 707-338-5950; jessbefarm@aol.com SILVA, Billy & Jennifer * Aspen, Hartley, Barrett Silvamoon 2313 Bancroft Rd, Modesto, CA 95358 209-548-9312; silvamoon3@yahoo.com, thislittlepiggy3@yahoo.com SILVA, Brett & Celeste *SILVA, Braden, Brooklyn 20508 W Cotton Rd, Los Banos, CA 93635 209-829-9117, 209-704-9118; bcsilva3113@gmail.com SILVA, Greg 756 W Encore Dr, Hanford, CA 93230 559-250-0138; gregsms@sbcglobal.net *SILVA, JonMichael & MarcAnthony 6113 Jackson Ave, Hanford, CA 93230 559-731-2317; jesseloisasilva@yahoo.com SILVA, Joseph West-In Holsteins 2760 Jubilee Ave, Turlock, CA 95380 209-595-0055; jsilva@altagenetics.com SILVA, Pat 2101 Cherrywood Ct, Hanford, CA 93230 SILVA, Robert L. 20565 W Cotton Rd, Los Banos, CA 93635 209-826-2074 SILVEIRA, Johnny & Terianne Silveira Dairy * Logan and Lauren 11380 Ave 22, Chowchilla, CA 93610 559-967-3921; silveira.dairy@gmail.com SILVEIRA, Lester Bella-Boo Farms 3337 Baker Way, Live Oak, CA 95953 530-870-1551; lesters305@gmail.com *SILVEIRA, Madison 7701 White Crane Rd, Atwater, CA 95301 209-206-2662; SilveiraBrit@gmail.com SILVEIRA III, Manuel 23356 W Short Ave, Hilmar, CA 95324 *SILVEIRA, Xavier, Natalie 23376 Short Ave, Hilmar, CA 95324 mdsilveira3@yahoo.com SIMAR SR, Ivan 3955 Coffee Rd Sp 97, Modesto, CA 95355 209-604-9450; simarivan@gmail.com *SOARES, Cody, Wyatt, Shane 19230 Spruce Rd, Los Banos, CA 93635 209-509-8603; piper9507@gmail.com SOARES DAIRIES LP 9201 Hilmar Rd, Turlock, CA 95380 209-613-5977

*SOUSA, Ethan & Ryan 7857 Nelson Rd, Stockton, CA 95215 SOUZA, Anthony & Leaine * Brayden, Alissa, Colin Ace-High Holsteins 13573 Liberty Lane, Hanford, CA 93230 559-805-5469; dairyjock98@hotmail.com SOUZA BRO. DAIRY * Breanna 3325 McCullagh Rd, Stevinson, CA 95374 209-652-5288; danjsouza@hotmail.com SOUZA, Daniel Big De Farms 8415 S Valentine Ave, Fresno, CA 93706 559-497-5142; bigdefarmslp@gmail.com *SOUZA, Jiselle, Jax, Kennedy 330 S Vincent Rd, Turlock, CA 95380 209-535-6067; bb16bayou@sbcglobal.net, love4jerseycows@gmail.com SOUZA, Tim Pietersma & Company 1830 W Manor Dr, Visalia, CA 93291 559-738-3717; timsouza@aol.com SPALETTA, Ernie, Nichola, Rebecca, Ernest Jr. Spaletta Dairy 22000 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Point Reyes, CA 94956 415-699-8836; nspaletta@gmail.com SPALETTA, Paul & John, Samantha, Jeremy Spaletta Ranch 837 Chileno Valley Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952 707-769-8836 *STAFFORD, Emma 3535 Skillman Lane, Petaluma, CA 94952 707-337-2981; DMSGrossi@gmail.com *STAHNKE, Lily 7605 El Retiro Ave, Atascadero, CA 93422 805-538-9691; acml@charter.net, chipsandguacamole5000@gmail.com SWEENEY, Pat 4075 Santa Maria Pl., Turlock, CA 95382 209-667-5075 SWEET HAVEN DAIRY 10467 W Kamm Ave, Riverdale, CA 93656 559-866-5414; *TAMARIZ, Blake 2191 Shell Ct, Tulare, CA 93274 stamariz@gmail.com *TEIXEIRA, Alexis, Nichole PO Box 507, Keyes, CA 95328 TEIXEIRA, Gilbert & Linda Gil-Tex Holsteins 5601 Mt View Rd, Turlock, CA 95382 209-985-2400; rjtex@att.net *THEIS, Betsy 5519 W Harding Rd, Turlock, CA 95380 209-614-0990; darylizard@aol.com THOMMEN, Robby Thommen Dairy PO Box 2573, Los Banos, CA 93635 209-364-0077; thommen1@hotmail.com TOLEDO, Ron & Loreta T & T Dairy 242 Star Dr, Hanford, CA 93230 559-816-2860; rontoledo@comcast.net CALIFORNIA ANNUAL 2022 » 77


TORRES, Omar Blue Moon Farms 13213 Rd 80, Tipton, CA 93272 559-331-2532; bluemoonfarms15@yahoo.com

*VAN LOBEN SELS, Jared, Emma, Sophie 15801 Henry Miller Ave, Los Banos, CA 93635 559-760-5985; svanlobensels@att.net

TRIFECTA GENETICS PO Box 203, Ripon, CA 95366

VANDEN BERGE, Curtis 11701 Old River Rd, Bakersfield, CA 93311 661-664-1468

TRISTAO, Louie & Tracy Tri-Star Dairy 12212 Ave 176, Tulare, CA 93274 559-358-6251; tristardairy@ocsnet.net

VANDER EYK, David *Chase, Chloe PO Box 957, Tipton, CA 93272 559-804-7500; vandereykdairy@gmail.com

*VALADAO, Ava 2197 Maui Ct, Tulare, CA 93274 559-901-2369; jdvaladao@aol.com

*VANDER MEULEN, Kaylie 14382 Bethany Ave, Chino, CA 91710 909-226-1160; TiVaDairy@gmail.com

*VALADAO, Fernando 17375 9 1/2 Ave., Hanford, CA 93230 559-212-5452; mmvaladao@me.com

VANDER WOUDE, Simon Vander Woude Dairy 2022 Rahilly Rd, Merced, CA 95341 209-384-1784, 209-564-2882; vwdairy@ gmail.com

VALADAO, Miguel Valadao Dairy 17293 9 1/2 Ave, Hanford, CA 93230 559-584-0860; valadaodairy@gmail.com *VAN DE POL, Daniel 16996 Sexton Rd, Escalon, CA 95320 VAN EXEL DAIRY 20002 N Thornton Rd, Lodi, CA 95242 209-334-3292; hvanexel@hotmail.com www.exelsholsteins.com *VAN EXEL, Madison, Atlee, Henry 20002 N Thornton Rd, Lodi, CA 95242 lvanexel@hotmail.com

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VANDERHAM, Jace D & V Dairy 15625 Ave 144, Tipton, CA 93272 559-967-1675; jacevanderham@gmail.com VANDERHAM, Luke L&J Vanderham Dairy 10846 West Mt Whitney Ave, Riverdale, CA 93656 559-967-2003 VERBOORT, Bill Agritech Analytics 814 McKelvy Ave, Clovis, CA 93611 559-285-3520; bverboort@agritech.com

VERMEHLIA GENETICS 19520 Newport Ct, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-596-7532; gcostaj@aol.com VIEIRA, Carl Carl Vieira Dairy PO Box 3308, Turlock, CA 95381 209-667-4644 VIEIRA, Daniel Vieira Dairy 22129 E. Lone Tree Rd, Escalon, CA 95320 209-838-3904, cell 209-484-7041; dairydan13@aol.com VIEIRA, Jason & Melissa * Caroline & Kylie 17469 East Gawne Rd, Stockton, CA 95215 209-678-3227; jmvieira25@yahoo.com VIERRA, Lloyd R 68 Linden Ave, Gustine, CA 95322 209-854-2178; vieravue@gmail.com VIERRA DAIRY FARM PO Box 1350, Hilmar, CA 95324 209-668-0343

*VLOT, Makenna, Rylee, Carsyn & Kasey PO Box 476, Chowchilla, CA 93610 209-974-4305; ccfarm2015@outlook.com WAYMIRE, Brian & Theresa 2590 Hogan Dr, Turlock, CA 95382 209-761-4444; btwaymire@gmail.com WEESE, Caydee Linwood Holsteins 10625 W Linwood Ave, Turlock, CA 95380 209-402-1927; caydeeweese@gmail.com WESTSTEYN, Bert BWC Weststeyn Dairy LP 1763 S Hewitt Rd, Linden, CA 95326 209-886-5334; bwcdairy@velociter.net *WHISLER, Riley 57 Riley Ranch, Carmel, CA 93923 831-238-5015 *WILBUR, Grace 20278 Road 52, Tulare, CA 93274 559-684-2221; gracewilbur14@gmail.com

*VITORIA, Matthew 12507 Ave 24, Chowchilla, CA 93610 559-647-9054; markvitoria1@hotmail.com

WILBUR, Jeff Sierra-View, Rio Blanco Dairy 20280 Rd 52, Tulare, CA 93274 559-285-8868; jeff@mayflowerco.com

VLOT CALF RANCH, INC. PO Box 476, Chowchilla, CA 93610 559-665-7399; vlotranch@outlook.com

*WILSON, Ethan 1641 Putnam Way, Petaluma, CA 94952 707-779-2552; ewilson080801@gmail.com

WORLD WIDE SIRES, LTD. 5545 Avenida De Los Robles, Visalia, CA 93291 559-622-2222; info@wwsires.com www.wwsires.com YOSEMITE FARM CREDIT Melba Miyamoto PO Box 3278, Turlock, CA 95381 209-667-2366; mem@yfc.ag www. yosemitefarmcredit.com YOUNG, Elise, Jordan, Kristin Cal-Cab Holsteins 13390 McFarland St, Galt, CA 95632 209-614-5094; youngelise@yahoo.com *ZIMMER, Blake 1442 Lapwing Way, Turlock, CA 95382 209-613-7723; lylezimmer@elancoah.com ZONNEVELD DAIRIES 1560 E Cerini Ave, Laton, CA 93242 559-923-4546 ZONNEVELD, Jarett & Sarah * Jackson, Reagan, Rhett 9239 13th Ave, Hanford, CA 93230 Jarett 559-816-9551, Sarah 209-810-0883; szonneveld@live.com, jzonneveld@altagenetics.com www.exelsholsteins.com *ZUNINO, Nick, Luke, Jake 10109 Meacham Rd, Bakersfield, CA 93312 661-333-9662; jmzunino2@gmail.com


Breeder Advertiser Directory 1. ADAMSCOWS DAIRY PO Box 714, Laton, CA 93242; 559-362-8842l ladams0322gmail.com 2. AIR-OSA DAIRY 11275 Road 96, Pixley, CA 93256; 559-967-5258; apanamajoe@aol.com 3. CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIVERSITY San Luis Obispo, CA 93407; 805-756-2560 4. CALORI-D HOLSTEINS 2621 Hall Rd., Denair, CA 95316; 219-667-7783; stelynm2012@gmail.com 5. CORREIA HOLSTEINS 181 Andrews Circle, Tulare, CA 93274; 559-303-5481; katharinecorreia@yahoo.comm 6. CRANEHILL GENETICS 21859 Crane Ave., Hilmar, CA 95324; 209-596-7532 7. DENIER GENETICS 10715 Arno Rd., Galt, CA 95632; 209-745-4982; rjd.denier@gmail.com 8. DEN-K HOLSTEINS 13315 Baker Rd, Los Banos, CA 93635; 209-826-6242; denk@elite.net 9. DOUBLE-D HOLSTEINS 1441 E. Montevista Ave, Ceres, CA 95307; 209-542-0281 10. EXEL’S HOLSTEINS & JERSEYS 20002 N. Thornton Road, Lodi, CA 95242; 209-334-3292; hvanexel@hotmail.com 11. EYK’S HOLSTEINS 10279 Road 80, Pixley, CA 93256; 559-757-7104 12. FDB HOLSTEINS 25381 E. Dodds Road, Escalon, CA 95320; 209-838-3483; fdbhol@aol.com 13. GARCIA DAIRY 6455 California Ave, Modesto, CA 95358; 209-818-9696; GarciaDairy@hotmail.com 14. GIL-TEX HOLSTEINS 5601 Mt. View Rd., Turlock, CA 95382; 209-985-2400 15. HIL-PORT HOLSTEINS 1855 Roberts Rd, Ceres, CA 95307; 209-596-7532 16. LEGEND DAIRY FARMS P.O.Box 2500, Chino, CA 91708; 909-627-2100; legenddf@aol.com 17. MB LUCKY LADY FARMS 2323 W. Keyes Road, Modesto, CA 95358; 209-531-0202; smb1982@aol.com 18. MODESTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 435 College Ave., Modesto, CA 95358; 209-575-6053 hobbyb@mjc.edu 19. RUANN GENETICS 7285 W. Davis Ave., Riverdale, CA 93656; 559-867-4457; ruannpat@aol.com 20. SILVER-ELITE 11380 Ave 22, Chowchilla, CA 93610; 559-967-3921; silveira.dairy@gmail.com 21. TERRA LINDA DAIRY 4433 Ave 232, Tulare, CA 93274; 559-358-5345; terralindagenetics@gmail.com 22. VANDEN BERGE DAIRY 11701 Old River Rd., Bakersfield, CA 93311; 661-340-6448; vbdairy@aol.com

Index to Advertisers AdamsCows Dairy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 AgriTech Analytics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Air-Osa Dairy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42-43 All-West Select Sires. . . . . . . . . . . . IFC Arizona Dairy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Better Cows Genetic Services. . . . . 52 CA Brown Swiss Association. . . . . .78 Cal Poly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Calori-D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IBC 79 « CALIFORNIA ANNUAL 2022

Coderview Holsteins. . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Connor Agriscience. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Cornell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Correia Holsteins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Cranehill Genetics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Den-K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Denier Genetics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Double-D Holsteins. . . . . . . . . . 18-19 Exels Holsteins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Eyks Holsteins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Farm Credit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 FDB Holsteins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21 Garcia Dairy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Gil-Tex. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 High Sierra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Hil-Port Holsteins. . . . . . . . . . . 18-19 Hilmar Cheese. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Legend Dairy Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . 80

MB Lucky Lady Farms. . . . . . . . 20-21 Modesto Junior College. . . . . . . . . 61 Paule-View Transport. . . . . . . . . . . 52 Pioneer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 ProVision Probiotics . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Revolution Genetics. . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Ross Lee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Ruann Genetics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 Silver-Elite. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Terra Linda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69 Trans Ova. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Vanden Berge Dairy . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Western Classic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Western Dairy Showcase. . . . . . . . 62 World Wide Sires. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7


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