Midwest Holsteins SPRING 2018
Illinois • Iowa • Michigan • Minnesota • Wisconsin
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Midwest Holsteins INDEX
cover photo by Krista Styer, Menomonie, Wis.
Wisconsin Holstein Association 902 8th Ave., Baraboo, WI 53913 Phone (608) 356-2114 • Fax (608) 356-6312 1-800-223-4269 firstname.lastname@example.org To Advertise: P.O. Box 49, Lancaster, WI 53813 Phone (608) 723-4933 • Fax (608) 723-4973 e-mail: email@example.com
www.wisholsteins.com WISCONSIN HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION STAFF: Darin Johnson, Executive Director Laura Wackershauser, Editor/Advertising Manager Mara Budde, Communications Associate WISCONSIN HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION BOARD MEMBERS: Craig Carncross, President - Lodi, 608-592-2560 Heather Jauquet, Vice President - Pulaski, 920-371-7511 Erica Ullom, Secretary - Bloomer, 715-933-0477 Steve Endres, Executive Committee - Waunakee, 608-279-5952 Bryan Stremcha, Executive Committee - Bangor, 608-790-1925 Bob Cramer Jr. - Juda, 608-558-7775 Sara Feldmann - Howards Grove, 920-980-9704 Joseta Halbur - Eden, 715-821-9672 Craig Krohlow - Black Creek, 920-639-5388 Pam Selz-Pralle - Humbird, 715-334-3434 Sherry Siemers-Peterman - Cleveland, 920-946-0123 Ryan Weigel - Platteville, 608-434-4109 NATIONAL DIRECTORS: Paul Buhr - 608-606-3480 Corey Geiger, Vice President - 920-650-0294 MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2018 - 5
As the convention nears make your plans to join Holstein enthusiasts from coast to coast when we meet in the Cherry Capital of the world!
Friday June 29, 2018 • Lake Michigan Sportﬁshing Chartered Fishing Trip – Reel in the big one on Lake Michigan! Saturday, June 30, 2018 • Mackinac Island Tour – Drive across the five mile Mackinac Bridge to take a ferry to the island of no motorized vehicles and enjoy a carriage ride or a bike tour. Lunch at the Grand Hotel and a tour of the historic Fort Mackinac!
HOST DAY TOURS
Sunday, July 1, 2018 • Tour 4 farms in the McBain area and see a Michigan Holstein Breeders Showcase of Michigan’s Finest Registered Holsteins. • Leelanau Peninsula • Sail on Tall Ships • Cruise Lake Michigan on a Catamaran • Play in the sand at Sleeping Bear Dunes • Float the Platte River • Enjoy a family fun night with the Holstein Block Party- Bounce houses, games and a Knocker-ball Tournament!
Monday, July 2, 2018 • Lighthouse at Brys Estate Tour Lavender Farm and Chateau Chantal Tour • Wine tasting • Shopping Downtown Traverse City
SPECIAL JUNIOR EVENT: COWS TO CAREERS
Design Kristy Roose
Enjoy a high energy program covering the hot button issues for the millennial generation heading into the workforce. Youth will ﬁnd their way from the dairy cow to the dairy career while visiting with professionals in the dairy industry at the career fair style trade show. Headquarters Hotel – Grand Traverse Resort and Spa • 800-236-1577 or 231-534-6000 • promocode=NHC0618 100 Grand Traverse Village Blvd., Box 404 Acme, MI 49610-0404. More rooms and condos have been added to the convention block. Make sure you call the hotel to make your reservation and mention the National Holstein Convention for the reduced rate! Follow us on the 2018 National Holstein Convention Facebook page for the latest information.
Registration will open soon! For all the convention information and updates visit:
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Wargo-Acres Manners EX-94
Regancrest Belara-ET EX-94 DOM
Wargo-Acres Blton Mopsie-ET EX-93
Wargo-Acres Doria-ET EX-93 GMD
Wargo-Acres Clay Entertain EX-92
Wargo-Acres Hummer EX-92
Wargo-Acres Guth Metalic-ET EX-91
Our-Favorite Denali Rae-ET EX-91 GMD
Regancrest Domain Cinder-ET EX-91
Wargo-Acres Guth Mankato-ET EX-90
Regancrest A Candice-ET EX-90
Wargo-N-JD Super Delux-ET EX-90 GMD DOM
Give us a call if you are looking for great young cows. All cows pictured have daughters in the 2-year-old pen. We also have a large supply of open and breeding age heifers. Gordon & Emily Carncross | Craig & Jen Carncross W13157 Co. Hwy. J, Lodi, WI 53555 firstname.lastname@example.org | 608-592-2560 Craig cell BAA: 108.3% on 300 cows
RHA: 31,522 3.8 1196 3.1 981
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Iowa Holstein Heifer Raffle ~ Heifer Choices ~
MORNINGVIEW SPD KIA-RED
HAWKEYE-JK MC ARTIC SNOW-ET
MORNINGVIEW SUPER ROXY EX-90 Morningview Holsteins 563.542.5590
MS ARIZONA-ET EX-93 Hawkeye Holsteins 712.480.4410
REGAN-DANHOF P CAYLA-ET
FARNEAR 31523 DYMO 38067-ET
OCD JACEY 2421-ET EX-91 Regancrest Holsteins 563.568.5257
VISION-GEN SH FRD A12276-ET EX-90 Farnear Holsteins 563.599.9183
9-25-17 HHP +2398G Splendid P X Entitle X Mogul Pictured is 3rd Dam
12-4-17 +870NM +2744G Pinnacle X Jedi X Jacey Pictured is 2nd Dam
Thank You to these Donors! Your support is greatly appreciated! Select Sires (Mark Knudtson) Envision DCS (Pete Knipper) Dr. Justin Helgerson Farmers Union Coop Vita Plus (Duane Gibbs) ST Genetics Trans Ova Steel Cow Zoetis
3-4-17 APPLE FAMILY!! McCutchen X Defiant X Goldwyn Pictured is 2nd Dam
8-15-17 +896NM +2759G Dynamo X Delta X Shan Pictured is 3rd Dam
~ Raffle Prizes ~
1st Prize ~ Heifer Choice or $2500 Cash 2nd Prize ~ $1500 Cash 3rd Prize ~ Trans Ova Certificate & $500 Cash 4th Prize ~ $1000 Cash 5th Prize ~ 10 units of Kingboy Semen & $500 Cash 6th Prize ~ $800 Cash 7th Prize ~ 4 Transfers & $250 Cash 8th Prize ~ Zoetis Basket & $200 Cash 9th Prize ~ $500 Certificate from ST Genetics for Semen of Choice 10th Prize ~ $400 Certificate from Envision 11th Prize ~ Zoetis Basket & $100 Cash 12th Prize ~ Steel Cow Canvas Print & $100 Cash
Proceeds to the Iowa Junior Holstein Association & the Iowa Holstein Association
For tickets, please contact Shellie Volker 319.269.0318 or Carl Mensen 563.329.0876 10 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2018
Offering Cashmere’s 12/4/17 Pinnacle Daughter at the Iowa Spring Sale REGAN-DANHOF P CAYLA-ET
GTPI+2746 PTA +2650M +69F +74P PTA +868NM +8.1PL 2.85SCS +3.1DPR PTA +1.80T +1.61UDC +1.99FLC PTA +170FE Cayla is one of the choices for the Iowa Holstein Heifer Raffle. If she is not selected as the Grand Prize, then she will be sold at the sale as one of the first lots. Don’t miss this opportunity!
REGAN-DANHOF JEDI CASHMERE
GTPI+2898 PTA +2236M +86F +74P Dam of #2 GTPI Young Bull ~ REGAN-DANHOF GAMECHANGER-ET GTPI+3041 at GENEX Jedi x Jacey 2421
OCD JACEY 2421-ET
EX-91@3-08 GTPI+2620 2-02 3 365 33530 4.0 1325 3.2 1072 Jacey x Epic EX x Ramos Crimson EX-94 GMD DOM
1095 Hwy 9, Waukon, IA 52172 | 563.568.2055 Fax: 563.568.4331 | email@example.com Midwest Holsteins, Spring 2018 - 11
32nd ANNIVERSARY WAUPACA-WAUSHARA SHOW OPPORTUNITY SALE Saturday, March 17, 2018 • 12:00 Noon • Weyauwega, Wis. Fairgrounds
RHINELAND DURHAM AMY
OPSAL WILSTAR DARE SHOT-ET
BVK ATWOOD ABILENE-ET
WELSH-EDGE ADVENT HICCUP
EX-95 4E EX-MS GMD DOM All-American Senior 3-Year-Old 2006 8-00 2x 365 44,810 3.5 1548 2.9 1291 An early Slater winter calf sells from Amy’s 2-year-old Golden Dreams. Tree-Hayven
EX-94 2E EX-MS 5-11 2x 343 55,424 3.5 1946 2.8 1560 Dare’s dam is Rubens Dori 4E-94 with 305,930 lifetime. A Crush fall calf sells from Dare’s EX Atwood. Opsal-Wilstar
EX-93 2E EX-MS 5-10 3x 365 39,510 3.9 1537 3.0 1191 Abilene is a daughter of Chief Adeen 2E94. Her Pulaski sells carrying a Brokaw ET heifer from Ocean-View Derry Joules EX-93. Moede
EX-90 EX-MS 3-04 2x 362 24,900 3.5 875 3.2 789 Hiccup is backed by EX-91, 4E-92 DOM and 4E-90 dams. A summer yearling High Octane sells from her VG 2-year-old Sid. Synergy
BRICCOWS GOLDWYN IDAHO-ET
WEBB-VUE GOLDWYN BETH-ET
TREE-HAYVEN GLDWYN PATIO-ET
RABUR GOLD PANZER
EX-90 2E 4-05 2x 365 25,370 4.9 1387 3.3 933 Take your pick of three Solomons due March 8 from this 8th generation EX. Bricco
EX-92 2E EX-MS DOM 4-04 2x 365 39,840 4.8 1782 3.3 1293 Beth’s dam was EX-90 with 216,720 lifetime. A January 2018 Slater sells from Beth’s GP-83 Bradnick. Westphal
EX-92 EX-MS 3-01 2x 365 29,940 3.2 969 3.1 919 Patio is a daughter of Peppermin Pati 2E93. Patio’s fancy Solomon winter calf sells. Tree-Hayven
VG-87 GMD DOM 4-08 2x 305 28,630 3.9 1113 3.1 874 Panzer and her many offspring have been sought after for embryo export. Panzer’s January 2018 Uno sells. Hintz
DJ-PUREPRIDE G C IYANA-ET *RC
OUR-FAVORITE BONITA RAE
TREE-HAYVEN PEPPERMINT PATI
JOLEANNA DUR SPLASH OF RAIN
This *RC Gold Chip summer yearling sells from a show winning fresh Defiant. Next dam EX-92, then 3E-94 Rubens IndigoRed. Pure-Pride
EX-93 2E 6-03 3x 365 42,700 3.7 1578 3.0 1266 Her fancy August 2017 Solomon sells. Next dam Gold Dish Rae EX-90 with 44,700 3.8 1717. 3rd dam Debutante Rae EX-92. Our-Favorite
EX-93 2E EX-MS 6-02 2x 365 31,840 3.2 1022 3.0 956 Pati has been a potent brood cow with numerous VG and EX daughters, including Patio pictured above. Pati’s spring yearling Byway sells. Cordes
EX-91 EX-MS 3-11 2x 365 32,860 4.3 1399 3.3 1071 Rain has daughters nominated All-American. A Solomon fall calf from Rain’s GP-82 2-year-old Archrival sells. Hilrose
More Exciting Offerings... • Gene Drought offers a special donation for the junior auction. Selling are two #1 DT Outside embryos from 4 generations of EX. • Front-Page sends a Kingboy winter calf from a GP-83 Guthrie with 22,410 4.6 1041. 2nd dam VG-86, 3rd dam VG-89 EX-MS. • Hardscrabble Farms offers a red Archangel fall calf from a VG Daniel with 29,670 4.4 1320 3.5 1032. A high lifetime pedigree. • Buy a Meridian winter calf from 4 generations VG. Dam is VG-88 with 33,680 4.7 1569, 2nd dam VG-88 with 32,280 3.5 1118. Steve Maier • Patrick & Paul Juckem send a fancy full-aged spring yearling McCutchen Kian from a VG Gold Chip. 2nd dam GP-84 with 32,280 3.8 1237. • Get a July 2017 Gatedancer from a VG-87 Gerard with 43,660M. Granddam GP-83 with 31,960M. Scott Munes
We will be having an auction to benefit the Waupaca-Waushara Junior Holstein Association.
Waupaca-Waushara Holstein Breeders will be offering a 5% rebate to any WI Junior Holstein member purchasing a calf at the sale.To qualify, juniors must be a state member by March 1, 2018. Watch for the catalog & sale updates on Facebook - facebook.com/wwholsteins/ KML
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32nd ANNIVERSARY WAUPACA-WAUSHARA SHOW OPPORTUNITY SALE Saturday, March 17, 2018 • 12:00 Noon • Weyauwega, Wis. Fairgrounds
KHW REGMENT APPLE B-RED-ETN
MILKSOURCE DTY TANYA-RED-ET
JIMDANDY GOSSIP GIRL-RED-ET
LADINODALE BURNS ATHENA-ET
EX-90 3-09 2x 341 31,990 5.1 1621 3.9 1253 From this clone of Apple EX-96 comes a September 2017 red Lotus to carry on the family legacy. Milksource
EX-94 4-04 2x 363 37,880 4.5 1699 3.4 1299 Tanya was Nominated Red & White AllAmerican 4-year-old 2016. A summer yearling Diamondback sells from Tanya’s GP-83 Acme. Wilstar
VG-87 3-04 3x 365 38,490 4.1 1572 3.0 1163 Her dam is Glamor Shot EX-92, WDE Junior Show Supreme Champion 2002. A December 2017 Armani sells from Gossip Girl’s VG-86 2-year-old. Coffeen
EX-91 EX-MS *RC 5-01 3x 365 34,660 4.8 1678 3.2 1126 Athena is a 9th generation EX Enhancer Alicia. Her summer yearling Defiant as well as Absolute and Diamondback embryos sell. Ullom
SANDY-VALLEY MNTRS PSALM-ET
PEN-COL SS MILLY-ET
SANDY-VALLEY MER GLAMOUR-ET
OPSAL OMAN FANTASY
VG-87 VG-MS 2-01 2x 365 32,279 4.2 1366 3.3 1048 Psalm’s September 2017 +2767G Samuri granddaughter sells. Dam is sired by the #1 Delta. Outstanding modern opportunity. Sandy-Valley
VG-85 DOM 2-02 2x 365 34,520 4.2 1443 3.4 1158 From this prolific A.I. family comes a December 2017 +2584G Mr Max. Dam is a fresh Wickham daughter of Milly. Luedtke & Ryan
EX-90 EX-MS DOM 3-11 2x 312 38,290 3.7 1420 3.0 1160 An October 2017 +2740G Modesty sells. Dam is a fresh Silver daughter of Glamour. Glamour has sons in A.I. Sandy-Valley
EX-93 2E EX-MS GMD DOM 6-07 2x 365 49,900 4.0 2015 2.9 1452 Fantasy is a 5th generation EX. A June 2017 Corvette sells from her GP 2Y Doorman granddaughter. 2nd dam VG-88. Opsal
MS ANGELINAS SUPER AVA-ET
SCIENTIFIC ALEXAS RAE-ET
EX-93 2E EX-MS 4-05 2x 365 30,040 3.7 1101 3.0 907 This family makes show winners. Her dam was Gabby EX-94. A December 2017 Sid sells from Gabriella’s EX Goldwyn. Vomastic
EX-92 2E EX-MS 4-01 2x 365 33,490 4.4 1484 3.2 1067 Roxbax’s dam was an EX Boss Iron from the Roxys. A summer yearling Sid sells from her VG Guthrie. Royola
EX-93 2E EX-MS 5-08 3x 365 41,560 4.8 2005 3.0 1232 Ava is a 9th generation EX Apple. A December 2017 red Anaheim sells from a GP-83 red Archive then Ava’s EX Alchemy. Potent red pedigree. Wilstar
EX-94 3E EX-MS 5-03 2x 365 38,650 4.1 1580 3.0 1176 Alexa Rae is an own daughter of the AllAmerican Debutante Rae EX-92. Her winter yearling Atwood sells. Mayerlane
More Exciting Offerings... • B-Long sends a full-aged Doorman fall calf from a VG 2-year-old Shot milking over 100 lbs./day. 2nd dam VG-87 with 38,000M. • A December 2017 Brady sells from a VG-87 Sabathia with 24,410 4.2 1037. Next 3 dams 2E-93, 3E-92, 3E-91. Craig-Kro • Ri-Jul offers a fancy fall calf by Airlift from a GP-83 Doberman, then a VG-86 EX-MS Hvezda. • B-Long sends a summer yearling Saloon from a GP 2-year-old Windbrook with 34,280M and 1305F. Next 2 dams EX. • Scott Munes offers a summer yearling AltaFlywheel from a VG-85 Planet. 2nd dam GP Amateur with 149,100 3.7 5487F lifetime.
SALE STAFF: Sale Chairman: Justin Hintz 715-851-0049 Jim Hoskens, Pedigrees 920-366-7153 Darrell Worden, Auctioneer 715-842-8098 Ringmen: Jay Jauquet 920-639-6408 Lynn Harbaugh 920-420-1524 Brandon Ferry 608-335-8861
For catalogs, contact: Dick Piechowski e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Ph: 715-258-2757 Watch for the catalog & sale updates on Facebook - facebook.com/wwholsteins/ KML
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Green Meadow Kenzie-ET EX91 2E
Green Meadow Kasie-ET EX90 2E
Life 167,690 milk 3.5% 5503F 2.9% 4602P
4-08 365d 34,190m 4.5% 1539F 3.0% 1027P
Her daughter sells! Green Meadow Moonbeam-ET VG88
Her granddaughter sells! Green Meadow Carefree-ET EX91
Life 130,340 milk 3.5% 4513F 3.1% 4044P
Ad design Kristy Roose
Life 154,060 milk 3.9% 5971F 3.1% 4709P
Her daughter sells! SELLING MARCH 23, 2018 IN THE MICHIGAN HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION SPRING FOUNDATION SALE: GREEN MEADOW KONIA-ET
A fresh Mogul 2-year-old out of Kenzie, granddaughter of Kasie
GREEN MEADOW PETY DOMINIQUE
A fresh Pety 2-year-old x VG Observer x VG Shottle x Kasie
GREEN MEADOW MARDI GRAS ELLI
A fresh MardiGras 2-year-old with 3 generations of VG dams with 30,000 plus of milk and 3.6% to 4.0% butter fat behind her.
Her daughter sells! GREEN MEADOW DASHN JUNE
A fresh Dashawn 2-year-old x VG Shaman x VG AltaCynister x EX 90 Roy Lane Jordan
GREEN MEADOW MARCIA-ET
A fresh Shaman 2-year-old x Green Meadow Moonbeam-ET x VG Outside x VG Rudoph
TO THE SPARTAN SPECTACULAR CALF SALE: GREEN MEADOW CHARLOTTE-ET
A September calf by Delta out of Green Meadow Carefree-ET
“Where the Latch String is Always Out” Craig & Darcy Green • Velmar & Margaret Green • 6400 N Hollister Rd • Elsie, Michigan 48831 • 989-862-4291 14 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2018
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! a n a i r A Transmitting High M
ilk, Type & Compone
Reserve All-American Summer Yearling, 2011 3-01 356 38,546 4.5 1721 3.3 1287
Sheeknoll Beemer Charlotte 2577 VG-88@2yrs Photo by Han Hopman
Ariana’s Impressive List of Offspring Includes: Uno Dream EX-91@3-06yr 3-06 365 35,421 4.1 1451 3.1 1110 With a April 2016 Beemer daughter due in April
Sheeknoll Uno Dream EX-91@3-06yr
Sheeknoll Beemer Charlotte 2577 VG-88@2yrs
Uno Diana EX-90 3-04 365 34,441 4.0 1390 3.1 1065 Diana’s milking daughters include: Doorman 2563 VG-87 2-00 352 26,226 4.4 1148 3.7 958 With an October 2016 Sid daughter (owned by Devlin Holsteins) and two December 2016 Sid daughters Doorman 2564 VG-88 1-11 307 22,962 4.3 989 3.3 757 Jacey 2573 GP-83 VG-86-MS 1-10 337 26,980 3.8 1036 3.0 802 Her Markley daughter sold to Select Sires Beemer Charlotte 2577 VG-88@2yrs As seen in Holstein International’s January 2018 issue (pictured at left and above on-farm)
The Sheehans • 4428 County Road 16 SE • Rochester, MN Home: (507) 289-4251 • Robert’s Cell: (507) 259-3477 email@example.com • Connect with us on Facebook!
Beemer 2596 VG-86@2yrs With a November 2017 Crush daughter Beemer 2597 VG-85Can@2yrs Owned by Ferme Blondin and dam of Jacoby son: Blondin Thunder Storm 4.46 PTAT Atwood 2566 VG-87@2yrs With a May 2017 Gold Chip daughter Atwood 2562 VG-88@2yrs 2-00 365 29,922 3.7 1120 2.9 882 With a December 2016 Sid Daughter Atwood Empress VG-86@2yrs Atwood 2565 VG-85@2yrs Owned by Lida Acres–PDCA Breeder of the Year 566HO1252 Sheeknoll Doorman Andres 3.37 PTAT; Owned by International Protein Sires
Tang Named 2017 Illinois Holstein of the Year
Miss Pottsdale Dfi Tang-Red EX-92 3-05 337d 34,539m 4.3% 1492f 3.1% 1072 Gary Janssen of Golden Oaks Farm was presented with the 2017 Illinois Holstein of the Year award from Illinois Holstein President Ed Smith and Holstein Association USA President Boyd Schaufelberger
The Illinois Holstein Association continued the Illinois Holstein of the Year contest that recognized an animal that had great success in 2017. This contest accepted nominations and results were based on votes from the Illinois Holstein Association’s Facebook page. Receiving the 2017 Illinois Holstein of the Year award was Miss Pottsdale Dfi Tang-Red EX-92. Tang, sired by Defiant, is a daughter of
AL-N-Tine Debonair Tart-ET EX-92. She had an incredible year in the show ring in 2017! She was named the Unanimous All-American Red & White Senior 3-Year-Old. Her show winnings last year included: 1st Senior 3-Year-Old & Intermediate Champion of both the Red & White and Black & White shows at the Midwest Spring National, 1st Senior 3-Year-Old at the Illinois Championship Show and 1st Senior 3-Year-Old and Reserve Intermediate Champion at the International Red & White Show at World Dairy Expo. Congratulations to the owners of Tang, Golden Oaks Farm!
Bovre Receives 2017 Distinguished Service Award
Webster’s Dictionary defines service as the work performed by one that contributes to the welfare of others. This year’s Service Award winner has been actively involved in the Illinois Holstein Association for over 50 years. She began showing calves at the local shows and county fairs and found a fondness of the breed that has lasted a lifetime. In fact, you could say she lives and breathes the Holstein cow. From fitting clinics to employing youth, to serving as an official judge at a 4-H judging contest or writing questions for dairy bowl, she and her husband have been incredible mentors to youth while promoting the Registered Holstein breed. This Service Award winner was born and raised in Illinois. She attended the University of Illinois for a brief time, and even after leaving Illinois has been actively involved in the Illinois Holstein Association and a golden paid membership affiliate. She has donated countless hours to maintain the success of our State Holstein show as co-chairman and has assisted the Junior Show chairman for the past 3 years. Paula Bovre, our Service Award winner owns Great Northern Land and Cattle Company with her husband Rick for over 35 years and has managed over 850 sales. Paula is an agent for Merle Howard Insurance Agency that specializes in Livestock mortality. She has served as a World Dairy Expo Board director since 2012 and the International Junior Holstein Show Superintendent at World Dairy Expo from its inception in 2004. It is with great appreciation we acknowledge the numerous hours given to our organization as we present Paula Bovre with the 2017 Illinois Holstein Service Award. 20 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2018
2017 IL Holstein Distinguished Service Award Recipient Paula Bovre Pictured L-R: Illinois Holstein Association President Ed Smith, Paula Bovre, Sarah Butler, Holstein Association USA President Boyd Schaufelberger
Erbsen Awarded Senior Breeder Award
IL Holstein Senior Breeder Award Recipient Kevin Erbsen Pictured L-R: Illinois Holstein Association President Ed Smith, Delana Erbsen, Wendy Erbsen, Kevin Erbsen, Holstein Association USA President Boyd Schaufelberger, Sarah Butler, Payton Erbsen
This year’s Senior Breeder Award is known as a modest man of few words that possesses a great passion and unmatched work ethic. He has built a foundation herd breeding exceptional registered Holsteins with an emphasis on high type cow families. He is a successful longtime breeder that doesn’t follow the changing norm of the industry, but breeds for cattle he likes to look at as he milks. His standard has a proven reputation at the local and state level. His ability to see good cattle furnished him with a few judging trophies and a National DJM award. He has an extraordinary ability to remember good cows and their pedigrees. Starting out in the show ring was difficult as he didn’t immediately stand at the top, but after 30 years of breeding, he has champions at the state show, numerous Jr. AllAmerican nominations and bred a 2x All-American bull. This Senior Breeder is involved in his community by serving on the local insurance, Holstein and DHIA boards. In addition, he assists the local judging teams and has provided animals for the local judging contest for more than 25 years. Since the inception of the registered herd, which he has lead since 1994, there have been 165 Excellent cows, 340 Very Good cows, 20 Gold Metal Dams and 25 Dams of Merit. The farm has been named Premier Breeder at the Illinois Championship Holstein show more than 20 times along with receiving the Progressive Breeders Registry Award 28 times, possibly the most of any Illinois herd. The farm has had 20 Illinois Futurity winners, and is currently ranked 25th in the nation with a BAA of 112.6%. This Senior Breeder has devoted his entire life to the farm and has shared this passion with his wife of 20 years and two children. He is no stranger to the blue ribbon, but rarely is seen in the show ring or in front of an audience. Congratulations to this year’s Senior Breeder, Kevin Erbsen!
Carter Recognized with Junior Breeder Award Our Junior Breeder discovered a love for high genetic animals from his family, as they are no strangers to high-end cow breeding. He began showing and was determined to develop outstanding quality. His type herd and breeding really took off with the purchase of Mohrfield Supra Precious who has garnered a number of awards on the colored shavings in her own right. Our Junior Breeder has done a phenomenal job mating bredleading sires to Precious to develop many offspring that have gone on to make the Carters-Corner prefix synonymous with great breeding and outstanding quality homebred genetics. Our 2017 Junior Breeder is Tyler Carter! Tyler’s youth and great eye for cattle will continue to grow through the years, and it will be fun to watch the kind of cattle to come from Carters-Corner. Tyler is a graduate of Greenville High School and attended Kaskaskia College majoring in Dairy Science. During his time at Kaskaskia, he was a member of the KC Ag Club and KC Dairy Judging Team. Tyler’s collegiate judging career was highlighted by being named All-American at World Dairy Expo in 2011 finishing 8th and 3rd at NAILE. Congratulations to Tyler, our 2017 Junior Breeder! IL Holstein Junior Breeder Award Recipient Tyler Carter Presented by Holstein Association USA President Boyd Schaufelberger
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Unlimited Descendants Topping the Type Charts! • Unlimited Sons
Our-Favorite UnlIMITED EX-93 EX-95MS by Atwood
GTPI +2160 +3.61T +2.66UDC +2.15FlC 2-08 3x 303 27,460 4.5 1247 3.2 888 3-08 3x 365 31,990 4.5 1439 3.5 1125 Next dams: EX-93 Shottle x EX-93 Outside x EX-92 Convincer Conceited x EX-92 Emory x VG-89 Mascot x EX-93 Melvin Melvina
Unlimited’s ability to pass on her genomic type is impressive. She has had 10 daughters freshen, all VG as 2-year-olds and the one second calver is maximum scored EX-92. That group has daughters by Doorman, Tango, Kingboy, Beemer, and McGucci. She is also going to have daughters freshen by Capital Gains, High Octane, Diamondback, Hang-Time, Solomon, and Sid this spring and summer. The legacy of this family is just starting to unfold... watch for more chart topping descendants to come!
Our-Favorite Crush 49-ET, +4.53T, #1 Type bull of the breed & headed to STgenetics. Our-Favorite Diamondback 44 *RC, +4.27T, #1 Type *RC bull of the breed & headed to Select Sires. Our-Favorite Undenied-ET, +4.19T, #1 Type bull in Select Sires line-up, sired by Solomon. Our-Favorite VC Mafia-ET, +3.95T, the black, silky Solomon at Semex. Our-Favorite On Point-ET, +3.84T, Solomon son with all-around great numbers at IPS. Our-Favorite Union 142-ET, +3.54T, the flagship son from this family by Doorman & available at Select Sires.
• Unlimited Grandsons Our-Favorite Byway 28-ET, +4.25T, Byway x Beemer x Unlimited. No Doorman blood. Headed to STgenetics. Our-Favorite Immense-ET, +4.23T, +21Conf, #1 Conformation bull on Canadian system, Jacoby x Beemer x Unlimited. At Jetstream Genetics. Our-Favorite Vito-ET, +4.03T, Jacoby x Kingboy x Unlimited, at Semex. His dam, Voracious VG-87 2Y, is the #2 Type cow of the breed.
• Unlimited Granddaughters
E12600 Cty. Rd. JJ, Fall Creek, WI 54742 (715) 456-8718 Todd • (715) 577-5379 Cade e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org MIDWEST HOLSTEINS
Our-Favorite Exquisite-ET, +4.65T, #1 Type heifer of the breed (tied) on 12/17 US run. Jacoby x Beemer x Unlimited. Our-Favorite Velocity-ET, +4.50T, +22Conf, #1 Conformation heifer (tied) on 12/17 Canadian system. Jacoby x Kingboy Voracious x Unlimited.
70th Illinois PDCA All-Breeds Calf Sale
Saturday, April 7, 2018 Champaign Co. Fairgrounds Urbana, IL
SELLING -- Ayrshires -- Brown Swiss -- Guernseys -- Holsteins -- Jerseys -- Milking Shorthorns Superior Young Dairy Producer Training at 11am -- PDCA Spring Meeting at 12 pm -- Sale begins at 12:30pm
KHW Regiment Apple-Red-ET EX-96-3E DOM 9/17 Doorman sells from a VG-88 Hero with over 31,000M. Next dam is Apple’s EX-93 Shottle maternal sister with over 172,000M lifetime. Oertel
Silvermaple Damion Camomile EX-95 6/17 Crush sells from an Atwood daughter of AllAmerican & All-Canadian Camomile. Golden Oaks
Luck-E Advent Kandie-Red EX-95 Kandie’s Red Carrier 12/17 Devour sells! Also, a 9/17 Bailey x EX Contender sells from the same family as WDE Res. Grand Champion Kandie. Engel
Partial Listing of More Exciting Consignments: Daughter of a Brokaw that traces back to EX-942E DOM Adeen. Dinderman
9/17 RED Ammo P x EX-92-2E Talent x EX-93-2E Advent x EX-94-4E Rubens. Sunshine Associates
3/17 Sid x EX-93-2E Dickey x EX-91 Roy. Golden Oaks
9/17 RED Rev-Me-Up x VG-87 Barbwire x EX90 Reality. Mil-R-Mor
9/17 Diamondback x Beemer x EX-94-2E Sanchez x VG-88 DOM Baxter. Janssen
RED Awesome x VG-88 Reality x VG-86 DOM Shottle back to the Roxys. Golden Oaks
Sale Contact: Gene McCoy 217.840.0157 email@example.com Catalogs: Connie Gritton 815.745.2049 firstname.lastname@example.org Sale Catalog will be online after March 15th on www.DairyAgendaToday.com and www.IllinoisHolsteins.com Bid online with:
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Westby, WI • Saturday, May 5, 2018 • 10:30 a.m. 140 head sell
photos by Sarah Damrow
Crest-View-Acres D Suzi-ET VG-87 EX-MS at 3-09
Crest-View-Acres Impr Sandy VG-86 EX-MS
1-09 2x 365 24,860 4.0 988 3.0 738
1-11 2x 360 23,220 4.1 959 3.0 687
Suzi sells with her flush age Modesty daughter and a full sister sell that is also VG-86. Their dam is VG-88 by Supersonic, 2nd dam VG-86 Planet, 3rd dam EX-90 then Stripes herself!
Sandy sells with her September 2017 Union and they both are ready for your inspection. Her dam is EX-91 Windbrook then four more VG or EX dams back to Stripes.
Mark your calendar now for this very special day!! Schedule of Events Friday, May 4, 4-8 p.m. Open house/cattle viewing at the farm (Vernon County style) Stripes Allen Stars EX-91 3E
Sher-Est Rudolph Stripes-TW EX-91 2E GMD DOM
3-09 2x 365 29,140 4.2 1212 3.2 924
5-00 2x 365 32,960 3.5 1164 2.7 905
Stars is the Canyon-Breeze Allen daughter of Stripes. Numerous sell from this family; leading the way is her VG-85 Kingboy granddaughter that promises to be a favorite.
This very famous cow and name is the cornerstone of the herd breeding program. Stripes is the matriarch of nearly 75% of the herd.
Saturday, May 5, 10:30 a.m. Crest-View-Acres Complete Herd Dispersal
A celebration of a lifetime!
Sale managed by:
Steve & Kay Holte
Visitors Welcome MIDWEST HOLSTEINS
Featuring a Lely Astronaut Robotic Milking System
Kevin, RaeAnn, Cole & Kory Makos 1295 County Rd. C, Argyle, WI • 608-214-9682 RHA: 75 cows 27,936 3.9 1078 3.1 871 Directions to the farm: Take Highway 81 east out of Argyle to County C; left on County C to first farm on the right.
d of 70 Hea t Sell! s e n i F Iowa’s Fayette County Fairgrounds • West Union, Iowa • 11:00 AM • March 17, 2018
Iowa Spring Sale
KHW ReGIMent Apple-Red 3e-96
SAndy-VAlley RobUSt RUby eX-90
4-1 2X 365 35,750 4.7 1 687 3.7 1314 Timeless. . . No matter what sire, what color, or what generation, the Apples transmit and make $$$$$. We are thrilled to offer her high type daughters by 1st Grade and IMAC born in September, they have the cut and recognition for numerous marketing opportunities. Apple Partners
2-4 2X 305 29,450 3.2 950 3.1 916 The dam of Rubicon and from Planet Sapphire, then all the way back to Dellia 2E95. This high production family hits again and again. Selling is her 857NM Damaris Great Gr’dtr from an Kingboy then a Earnhardt back to Ruby. She sells open and ready to flush for her new owner. James Martin
VIeW-HoMe MRdIAn IoWA-et VG-86 doM
HenKeSeen ModeSt SopHIe eX-93-2e
2-02 3X 365 35670 3.8 1342 3.1 1099 Brood cow extraordinaire IOWA is the dam of an Early Samuri +2714G +901NM$ from Meridian Iowa then a VG-86 Robust out of a VG-87 Zenith, with six more generations of VG & EX dams from the Rudy Missy family. Eric Lang
4-04 2X 365 31900 3.8 1226 3.2 1036 From the heart of HENKESEEN breeding comes a fancy Archival summer yearling from an EX-90 Bradnick then Henkeseen Modest Sophie EX-93. Fancy calf ready for show season!! Henkeseen Holsteins
Scott Courtney 563-380-1318 • Jason danhof 715-305-0522 • Kyle demmer 563-451-5376 Carl Mensen 563-329-0876 • Scott Culbertson 507-923-1881 bill Rauen 563-607-0694 • Jim Vierhout 712-439-2932 28 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2018
70 Hea d of Iowa’s Finest Sell! Fayette County Fairgrounds • West Union, Iowa • 11:00 AM • March 17, 2018
Iowa Spring Sale
MIller-FF SSIre exotIC-et VG-86
DA-So-BUrn BUrBerry VG-87
2-02 2X 365 27100 4.5 1211 3.4 913 Selling from Former #2 GTPI heifer of the breed comes an early Eldarado calf at +2810G +872NM$ from Peak Exotic Dancer then Supersire Exotic VG-86. Peak Genetics
2-03 2X 365 28250 4.5 1278 3.4 949 From the Uno Burberry Family comes +900NM Jedi from a Delta sister to Uno Burberry! A chance to to get in to the Barbies and make your own chart toppers!! Reuben Nolt
MornInGVIeW SUper roxy *rC ex-90
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4-08 2X 365 44550 3.5 1537 3.1 1369 From the Roxy Family comes an early red Apprentice daughter that is red for the show ring!! She is from a GP Monterey then VG-88 Mogul then Super Roxy herself. Morningview Holsteins
Catalogs available online at www.iowaholsteins.org or contact Shellie Volker 319-269-0318 or email@example.com
Due 6/6/2018 Selling from Jedi Dinah comes an early Spectre daughter +911NM and 2756G from Defender Dijon then Day the great brood cow Four-Cal Day Darby GP-83! Peak Genetics
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Michigan At A Glance Explore the Shore at National Holstein Convention
Traverse City, MI -- Make plans to join Holstein enthusiasts from coast to coast in Traverse City, Michigan for the 2018 National Holstein Convention on June 29th -July 3rd. Sun, sand, sailing and a great cattle sale are just a few of the fun adventures that await attendees this year as they explore the Michigan shoreline and everything Michigan has to offer. Cars may be king in Michigan, but agriculture is the crowned prince as the second largest industry in Michigan. In addition, the Great Lakes State is second only to California in diversity of agricultural crops produced in the nation. Everyone will be descending on the Cherry Capital of the world to enjoy the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa. Golf, tennis, swimming and relaxing in a spa are all options available at the resort. The Host Day Farm Tours will include four dairies that are unique in their operation. Hidden Hills Dairy, Yonkman’s Dairy, Bosscher Dairy and Ber-Sher Dairy will be the featured farms in addition to a Michigan Holstein Breeder’s Showcase where breeders from around the state will send one of the outstanding individuals to be on display for convention goers. In addition, a tour to Mackinac Island, charter boat fishing, wine tasting, tall ship sailing and climbing the sand dunes are just a few of the activities included on a full tour schedule. The Juniors will enjoy a Cows to Careers event where they can glean information about the careers available and mingle with professionals in the industry. A Holstein Block
party will encompass family fun night where contests, tournaments, food and fun will fill Sunday evening, July 1st, at the resort. The convention sale will be held on
Monday, July 2nd in the hotel ballroom with the cattle housed on the resort grounds. David Rama and Daniel Brandt along with the convention sale committee are lining up an outstanding offering of cattle fit for the National Convention Sale. As the Michigan Holstein Association finalizes their plans for this annual event, you can prepare as well by making your hotel reservations at the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa. Rooms have been filling up quickly, so we advise you contact the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa at 800.236.1577 to make your room reservations. Ask for Holstein Association Room Rate - promocode NHC0618. Rates are available until June 1, 2018 - Subject to availability For complete details, updates and news about the convention visit www.michiganholstein.com and follow us on Facebook at the 2018 National Holstein Convention in Michigan. And we will see you this summer on the shore!
Michigan Juniors Plan a Unique National Convention Experience By Kristen Burkhardt The 2018 National Holstein Convention is quickly approaching us! Michigan is excited to be able to host such a prestigious event. The Michigan Junior Holstein Association (MJHA) has been gearing up to welcome youth from all over the United States to our very own home. And we are doing our best to make this a unique convention for all Juniors. First off, I would like to highlight how special our location is to the convention. The Grand Traverse Resort and Spa is located in a scenic area highlighted by Lake Michigan. Because of the hotel location, most of the convention events are either at the hotel or very close by. We will be hosting the first ever “Cows to Careers” on Monday, July 2nd. This event will tie in a career fair in a talk show format! This 60 minute talk show will address important topics such as dressing for success, working with millennials, social media presence, how to make the most of a ride-along, and interviewing tips. After the conclusion of the talk show, from 1:00 to 3:00 pm, juniors will be able to walk around the career fair and interact with industry professionals. Youth of
all ages are encouraged to bring their resume to see what schools and dairy industry jobs are represented at this career fair. Our unique convention continues with a float down the river to the Sleeping Bear Dunes, highlighter junior mixer, and the sale location. Many states may have mountains or long beaches, but we have gigantic sand hills called dunes that you can climb or run down to get to the water. Not to mention, one of Michiganders favorite activities during the summer includes tying multiple tubes together and floating down a river. Also, the junior mixer will have a twist to it this year. Instead of having a regular dance, each junior will receive a white shirt and highlighter to see how many youth from other states they can get to sign their shirt! Lastly, the sale location will be right at the hotel. This means that juniors can decide between the sale or our hospitality option or both. There will be a pool party right at the hotel for the juniors so they can attend the sale and then enjoy the pool! Michigan is eager to host the 2018 National Holstein Convention! We hope to see you there for a week full of fun, networking, and the best unlimited dairy bar yet! MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2018 - 33
Friday, April 13 ~ 10:00 a.m. ~ Oconto, Wis. ~ 400 head sell
Okato Sympatico Brazil VG-88 EX-MS
Okato Equation Emmy Rae VG-88 VEVVV at 3-08
3-01 2x 363 29,210 3.9 1128 3.0 870
2-00 2x 357 17,510 4.7 831 3.3 584
Brazil sells! Her dam is an EX-92 2E Debonair and the 2nd dam is EX-93. Also selling is Brazil’s VG-85 Brekem daughter and she sells with her *RC Bandares that has GTPI of +2655.
Emmy Rae sells milking great and is a potential 10th generation EX! Her dam by Atwood is VG-85 and sells. 2nd dam is EX-94 September Storm and then Liberty Rae, EX-94 from the Roxys.
Okato Sympatico Dabby-Red VG-85 VG-MS
Okato Toronto Bailey VG-85 at 2-08
3-03 2x 365 26,410 4.2 1117 3.1 821
2-04 2x 332 14,290 5.3 758 3.9 557
Darby is due sale time with a Raiden heifer. Her Reality dam is VG-87, 2nd dam is EX-92, then seven more VG or EX dams.
Bailey sells milking well and looks great. Also selling are her Irwin and Casino daughters. Her dam is an EX-94 Vindication.
Freestall/parlor cows from deep pedigrees ~ 100 head of fancy Jerseys ~ 100 head of Red & Whites or RC ~ Large selection of fancy project calves ~ Herd SCC 84,000
Sale managed by:
Mark & Cindy Madson 8341 Willow Creek Rd., Oconto, WI 54153 920-373-5010 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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Illini Golden Opportunity Sale
Craigcrest Rubies Rachelle-ET EX-94 HHM All-American 2016 Rachelle’s 9/17 Solomon is sure to turn heads! Oakfield Corners, NY 585-704-2501
KHW Regiment Apple-Red-ET EX-96-3E DOM Apple’s Polled Red 9/17 Addiction sells! Apple Partners LLC, IL 815-275-4990 Several other Apple descendants sell as well!
EARLY HEADLINERS! April 21, 2018 10:30am Belvidere, Illinois
Golden-Oaks Line Em Up-ET Nom. All-American Fall Yearling 2017 Line Em Up is fresh and looks the part! Her 10/17 +3.78PTAT Kingboy sells. Next dam is the popular Goldwyn Locket EX-94-2E. Golden Oaks Farm, IL 847-224-7861
Sale Hosted by Illinois Holstein Association
Boone County Fairgrounds, Belvidere, Illinois
Holbric Destry Analiese-RC EX-94-2E 2x Nom. Junior All-American Analiese’s sweet 12/17 Ammo-P sells! Oertel Farms, IL 618-779-9060
Astrahoe Roberta Sabrina-ET EX-91 Sabrina completes 15 generations of EX back to Audrey Posch! Her 6/17 Gold Chip sells. Justin Irwin, IL 815-701-8090
Nate Janssen 847-224-7859 email@example.com Brian Wesemann 414-803-7142 firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott Courtney, Courtney Sales, LLC 563-380-1318 email@example.com
Making Family Memories
Farnear-TBR American-Red-ET EX-94
359d 28,775m 4.0 1141f 3.5 1007p 2017 Winnings! Jr. All-American R&W Aged Cow Grand Champion IL State Fair Jr. Show Supreme Champion IL State Fair Jr. Show 1st Aged Cow Int’l R&W Jr. Show at WDE
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Congratulations to Olivia on her High School Graduation! She's headed to Lakeland College for Nursing.
Char-La-Don Holsteins Don & Kim Telgmann and family 2946 E 1100 N Rd., Strasburg, IL 62465 217.644.3264 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Shadow photo Sarah Damrow; Rolling Stone by Cybil Fisher
Holbric Dickey Shadow VG-86 2Y
Go-Sho Like A Rolling Stone EX-91
Nominated Junior All-American Milking Yearling 2016 Junior Champion, WI Championship Show 2016
Reserve Junior All-American 4-Year-Old 2017 Grand Champion, Grand National Junior Show 2017 6th 4-Year-Old, Intl. Junior Holstein Show 2017 (2 weeks fresh!) Nominated Junior All-American Junior 3-Year-Old 2016
~ owned by Krohlow & Schmocker families
Sire: Ernlo Gold Lynn Dickey Dam: Holbric Destry Shadowing EX-91 EEEVE 4-04 2x 365 21,380 4.6 974 3.9 841 2nd Dam: Holbric G Shadow-TW VG-85 VG-MS 3rd Dam: Hobrick Red-Marker Shania EX-92 2E Next Dams: EX-90 2E, EX-92, NC, VG-88 GMD DOM, EX-94 3E GMD DOM
Shadow was fresh on February 6 and will make a great Senior 3-Year-Old for this summer!
SHE SELLS on the Hammer Time at Heritage Sale Online Edition ending March 23.
Sire: Pine-Tree Sid Dam: Go-Sho Alittle RockNRoll EX-90 Grand Champion, Mexican National Show 2015 Interm. & Res. Grand Champion, Mexican National Show 2014 HM All-Canadian & Nom. All-American Junior 3-Year-Old 2014 Member of Nominated All-American Produce 2014
2nd Dam: Go-Sho Bonvoyage Royale EX-94 3E Member of Nominated All-American Produce 2014
3rd Dam: Thal-View Milan Renee-ET EX-90 EX-MS
Rolling Stone is currently being flushed - inquiries welcome!
Dave, Nina, Tessa & Stella Schmocker Whitewater, WI • 920-723-9155
THE DOMINANCE CONTINUED IN 2017
Sign-up for Gopher Dairy Camp! June 10-12, 2018
The 2018 Gopher Dairy Camp, hosted by the Gopher Dairy Club in cooperation with the Minnesota 4-H Dairy Project Committee and the Minnesota Livestock Breeders' Association, will be held June 10-12 on the University of Minnesota St. Paul Campus. Gopher Dairy Camp is a fun 3-day workshop for teens who want to improve their dairy cattle skills. The camp is open to all youth who have completed grades 6-9, but have not yet started 10th grade. Activities include Dairy Fitting and Showmanship Workshops, Dairy Showmanship Contest, the Gopher Gold Auction, Dairy Foods Workshop, and fun around the Twin Cities. Camp Fee: $70
Dairy judging is strong at the University of Minnesota,
so strong that its teams have placed first overall in six of the nine major contests in 2015, 2016 and 2017 held at: the All-American Dairy Show (Harrisburg, PA), the North American
International Livestock Exposition KY), and World Expo (Madison, WI). Registration: Registration for the 2018 (Louisville, camp will open inDairy March. Attendance is limited to the ﬁrst 100 campersFurthermore, who apply. over the past 8 years in these 3 contests, the University of Minnesota has placed 1st overall in 12 of the 24 contests. No other university comes close to this
Housing: All campers will beof housed incredible record success. in Bailey Hall on the University of Minnesota St. Paul Campus. Bailey Hall is located at 1458 N. Cleveland Avenue, St. Paul, MN. The dorm is within If you’re considering a career in dairy, consider the U of M. In addition to our walking distance of all activities.. Registration will be located in the Bailey Hall entry way. highly successful judging teams, you can be part of the Gopher Dairy Club, where more than 100 student members gain experience and industry contacts through activities
What to bring: Campers need to10-day bring following items: casual clothes, toiletry items, like an all-expense-paid tripthe to California in January for seniors. Both inside and towels, a sleeping bag, and showmanship clothes, clipping and ﬁtting supplies. outside theclipping classroom, our dairy professors make teaching and working with students their top priority.
Questions? Contact Sierra Swanson, Camp Co-Chair, at 320-583-5522 or email@example.com. GO FOR THE Learn more today at ansci.umn.edu Gopher Dairy Camp Website: http://z.umn.edu/gdcamp.
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2018 Wisconsin Holstein Barn Meetings How can technology fit into management of your Registered Holstein farm? The Wisconsin Holstein Association invites all members and area dairy farmers to the 2018 Barn Meetings. We have two farms serving as hosts, and while they are very different in size and scope, both operations are utilizing new technologies to achieve herd goals and improvement management of their dairy. If you are considering adding a robotic milking system, automatic calf feeders, or any other tecnological advancement, we encourage your to attend one of these barn meetings and learn first hand how it can help you achieve your goals. The schedule for the barn meetings are: Thursday, March 22 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Village View Farm, Argyle (Green/Lafayette County) Kevin & RaeAnn Makos family 1295 County Rd. C, Argyle, Wis. • 608-214-9682 Directions: Take Highway 81 east of Argyle to County C, left on County C to the first farm on the right. Tuesday, March 27 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Alfalawn Farm, Menomonie (Dunn County) Randy, David & Dale Styer families E2850 St. Rd. 72, Menomonie, Wis. • 715-505-8161 Dave’s cell Directions: From Menomonie take highway 25 south to Downsville then go west 4.5 miles on State Highway 72. The dairy is on the south side and the heifer set-up is on the north side. All barn meetings are open to any interested Holstein breeder. For more information on the barn meetings please call the Wisconsin Holstein Association or the host farm.
Village View Farm Kevin & RaeAnn Makos family Kevin and RaeAnn Makos and their sons, Cole and Kory, will be hosting a Barn Meeting on Thursday, March 22 at their Village View Farm near Argyle. The Makos family has been milking their 75-cow Registered Holstein herd with a Lely Astronaut robotic milker since 2014. The current rolling herd average is 27,936 3.9 1078 3.1 971. They also crop 275 acres and feed out all of their bull calves as steers. Village View Farm was started in 1963 by Kevin’s parents, Martin and Barb Makos. The Makos family has owned Registered Holsteins for 45 years and have had a closed herd since 1993. Kevin and RaeAnn moved to the family farm after they were married in 1997 and began buying some of the cattle in 2001. By 2012 they had purchased the farm and were milking between 75-80 cows. Today, Kevin and RaeAnn handle the milking herd while Cole and Kory help with raising the youngstock. Martin also still helps with mixing feed and crops. Kevin makes all of his own breeding decisions and states, “I have always tried breeding for the complete cow. I don’t really like ugly cows!” But he also realizes they need to produce enough to pay the bills. He likes using bulls that offer both type and production and very seldom uses bulls less than +2.00 on Type. He also looks for bulls that are at least +500 on milk and positive on components. Kevin uses mostly proven bulls and is currently using Kingboy, Yoder, Pety and Kingpin, but also uses a few genomic young sires including Doppler, King Royal and Diamondback. Some of the best young cows in the herd are sired by Atwood and Gold Chip and there are several Bradnick daughters that are fresh and look great. While the Makos family has made many changes over the years, the real game changer came in 2014 when they built a new freestall barn 42 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2018
and began milking with the Lely Astronaut robotic milker. With their sons getting older and becoming more involved in activities, they had initially begun looking at robotic milkers back in 2010 and visited several farms that used the system. After seeing how other operations were run, they believed this was the way to go for their family farm. Each cow wears a transponder which is read each time the cow walks into the stall. The robot identifies the cow and reads where the cow is positioned in order to attach the milker. The computer also sends a message to Kevin’s phone if something has gone wrong or if a cow has not been milked recently. “The information the robot provides and keeps track of is unbelievable,” Kevin says. “From daily production to rumination to finding cows in heat through activity monitoring, we know our cows better than we ever thought possible.” The Makos family encourages everyone to join them for the barn meeting on March 27 to see how a robotic milking system can work for a small farm. Kevin and RaeAnn both agree that the addition of the robot was a great change for their family, allowing them to attend the boys’ games and activities regularly and it also freed up more time for other farm chores and crop work. Kevin stated, “We would love to have you come see the future of milking cows for small farms that don’t want to hire help but still love their cows!” Village View Farm is located at 1295 County Road C, Argyle. Along with being able to view the Lely Astronaut system in use, visitors will be able to view the herd and enjoy lunch.
Alfalawn Farms Randy, David & Dale Styer families The second barn meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 27 at Alfalawn Farm near Menomonie, Wis. The Styer families invite you to visit their farm and see the technological improvements they’ve made over the years that are helping with management of their dairy. Alfalawn Farm has had Registered Holsteins for over 40 years and is currently milking around 2000 cows that are averaging 83 pounds of milk on 3x/day milking. The rolling herd average is a little over 26,500 milk with 1058 pounds of fat and 847 pounds protein. Cows are milked in a 60-stall DeLaval rotary parlor and the herd maintains a cell count of around 80,000-90,000. All heifers are raised on site, utilizing robotic calf feeders for the first two months of age. After weaning, they are in group pens through five months of age and then moved to a freestall set-up until about 4-6 weeks pre-calving. The family raises some steers and has a variety of other livestock as well. Things have changed quite a bit over the last 15-20 years at Alfalawn Farm. Any improvements that were done were with the goal to try to become more efficient. They are always looking for ways to be better at what they do. The farm has added everything from GPS on the crop side to the rotary parlor with automated pre- and postdippers on the dairy side. A sand separation system was added which recycles 98% of the sand from the dairy. Milk weights are captured at each milking and the addition of the robotic feeders for the calves was a great addition for young calf management. Alfalawn Farm is owned by brothers Randy, David and Dale Styer. A true family operation, members from all three families help with the day-to-day management of the dairy. Randy manages the crops and youngstock. His friend Heather works with the young calves while Randy’s children Gavin and Brittney help with crops and youngstock. Gavin also has his own custom chopping business. Their youngest daughter Chloe helps with the young calves as well. David and his wife Karen work with the cows and manage the
sandroom where the sand separation takes place. David also takes care of the farm’s financials. Their sons Ben and Brian help in the calf barn and work with the pigs, chickens and show heifers. Daughter Sarah is currently in her first year at med school at UW-Madison while Krista is currently attending college at the University of Minnesota where she is president of the Gopher Dairy Club and a member of the Dairy Judging Team. Dale manages the steers, hauls cattle and has night-time sandroom duty. His son Kade is in charge of the farm’s IT work including cameras, internet connections and sound systems, and also helps with the baby bull calves. Another son Reed handles the goats and helps with the steers, while stepson Zach works in the older heifer barn and helps with the steers and hauling cattle. Deric Wolf has been herdsman at Alfalawn Farm for 16 years and is also part owner of Pure Pride Show Cattle with Jim Gilgenbach. The Styer family is happy to see the success that Deric and Jim have had with their show cattle. Alfalawn strives to breed for cows that are going to have longevity
while milking well with high components. They look for cows with moderate stature, front end strength, balanced udders with correct teat placement, and extremely good feet and legs. Their true type cow is a cow that is going to stay in the herd for a long period of time while doing what she does best - milking, breeding back easily, and remaining trouble free. The Alfalawn team also likes to work with good cow families with a proven history. Bulls are selected for the traits that are most important to meet their breeding goals. First by selecting from strong cow families, while also looking at milk, fat, protein, somatic cell count, type and Net Merit dollars, all the while maintaining an emphasis on DPR. The Styers enjoy hosting tours and having other educational events on their farm. Dave says, “We strongly believe that we all have an obligation to promote our industry and to do what we can to close the educational gap that we have with the public. We know we don’t have all the answers, but are trying to improve every day and share our story good and bad along the way.”
2018 Jersey Spring Show April 27 • 10:00 a.m. 2018 Red & White Spring Show April 27 • 10:00 a.m. 2018 Midwest Spring National Show April 28 • 8:30 a.m. ALLIANT ENERGY CENTER, MADISON, WI
Entry Fee Schedule Hotel Information Clarion Suites at The Alliant Energy Center - 608-284-1234 2110 Rimrock Rd., Madison, WI 53713 Holiday Inn Express & Suites - 608-709-5050 610 John Nolan Drive, Madison, WI 53713
Pre-Order Supplies Prairie View Feed - 608-513-1315 ( Joel) Note: Joel will be on the grounds from 6 am – 1 pm daily; please have your nightly supply orders to Joel before 1 pm. Supplies Available: Large straw bale ($65), small straw bales, small hay bales, 18% complete dairy, beet pulp, 37% protein pellet, pine shavings bale ($6), full pallet of shavings ($5.50/bale)
$30.00/entry if made online or postmarked on or before 4/1/18 $50/entry if made online or postmarked 4/2/18 to 4/14/18 (may not be listed in the show book) $100/entry if made online or postmarked after 4/14/18 (will not be listed in the show book) Online entry system will be available after March 1 www.wisholsteins.com; Entry form is available for download from the WHA website and entries can be mailed to: WI Holstein Association, 902 8th Avenue, Baraboo, WI 53913 All entries must be accompanied by full entry fees to be considered an entry - late fees will apply to those entries without proper entry fees.
WI DAIRY SHOWCASE CLASSES To make an entry, indicate the breed and class number. For example: J-1, H-1 or R-1. (Fall Yearling & under, animals must be shown in their individual classes. All must be bred by the exhibitor & at least one owned, solely or in partnership, by exhibitor. Each exhibitor limited to one entry.)
(Must bring proof of production to check-in; cows may only be switched from another milking cow class to this class with additional paid entry fee. Holstein cows must have 150,000 pounds lifetime. Red & White cows must have 125,000 pounds lifetime. Jersey cows must have a minimum of 10,000 pounds cheese yield and meet current breed average component levels of 4.8% Fat and 3.65% Protein)
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Ded-Dit Holsteins Thank you to Sandy-Valley for donating the calf for the Junior Holstein raffle! Newest Addition to the Ded-Dit herd: Sandy-Valley KRoyal 6568-ET
Congratulations to our new Board of Directors: President: Mike Borchardt Vice President: Floyd Baumann Secretary: Wayne Giese Treasurer: Galen Schreiber Directors: Brian Fust, Tom Bunkelman and Hank Boschma
6006 - 3 Birch Street, Schofield, WI 54476 715-571-0843
Behling Family Dairy
TRAVIS & BROOKE BEHLING R238 Lovers Lane, Athens, WI 54411 • 715-210-5138
Matt-Dari Mogul Dear-ET VG-87 DOM 6 of 7 daughters over parent average! Jebstarr PW DayDreamer P-ET, GTPI +2540 and polled!
Jebstarr - Family Farm Jim & Deb Ploeckelman & Family 5930 Silver Leaf Rd., Athens, WI 54411 715.257.9060 Joey - 715.297.5974
Gary Stankowski Owner Home: 3860 Sugar Bush Rd. Mosinee, WI 54455 (715) 693-3197 Farm: 543 Hwy. S Mosinee, WI 54455 (715) 693-0799
Family-Affair Mogul Chica GP-82
Family-Affair SKB Jav Jingl GP-83
Housed at New-Day Dairy W/D Strack, Athens, WI • 715-257-7376
Mike & Linda King Kevin & June King
Visitors welcome by appointment
Dal-Ski Toystory Pnutbutter EX-92 7-03 365 39,272M 1449F 1074P
Stetzerlann Toystory Bonnie Dream Team Sid Glamour VG-87 2Y Looking forward to the 2018 show year!
Don, Jenna, Malayna, Kendra & Kase Fahey Merrill, WI 715-537-0820 firstname.lastname@example.org 46 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2018
EX-92 2E EX-95MS ~ 7 calves at 10-00
DAL-SKI HOLSTEINS David & Paulette Lemanski
Devin, Alex & Danielle 715-352-3382 email@example.com 3475 Cardinal Lane, Marathon, WI 54448 Visitors Welcome
MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS
Call Milkyhill Cattle Sales for rates. 4 daughers of Har-Dale-Acres-JP-Pride-ET
Fred, Lynne & Matt Harder
Mark your calendars: Barron County Spring Sale Saturday, April 14 - Barron Pavillion Contact ED mielke 715-574-2931
A Grass-Based dairy farm with Strong Cow Families
She is the core of our herd! An Armitage granddaughter of Apple
Just 2 of more than 100 good reasons to get up in the morning!
Ms Brandys Bella now EX-92 DOM 3-06 2x 364 37,350 3.9 1471 3.1 1149 +2228 GTPI Sam & Jenn Zimmermann Mason, Adelle, Neah & Garrison E2259 County Rd. Q, Ringle, WI 54471 Cell: 715-218-8619
Robert, Kena, Emanuel & Evan Strack Athens, WI | 715-680-1668 | firstname.lastname@example.org RHA: 108 cows 34,330M 1157F 1053P BAA:105.2% MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2018 - 47
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November 2017 Classification Update 4 new EX cows 3 by Bradnick
30 new VG cows 16 by Bradnick, (8 were 2-year-olds) If you want to milk good cows, use some Bradnick!
View-Home Jo Amanda-ET VG-85 VG-MS at 2-07
Looking for project calves for this year? Give us a call!
2nd Dam: View-Home Mcc Alabama-ET GP-82 VG-MS 2-11 3x 305 26,210 4.1 1086 3.1 816 3rd Dam: Pine-Tree 2149Robst 4846 VG-86 2Y DOM 2-04 2x 365 32,000 4.7 1519 3.4 1098 - dam to Monterey, Powerball-P, Missouri & Cashflow
NOR-WAY-PETE FARMS, INC.
+2700G +2038M +93F +69P (by JoSuper) 2-04 2x 155 14,684 3.7 538 3.1 457 inc.
1751 Cherry Drive, Eland, WI 54427 2/18 RHA: 3x 29,278 3.83 1122 3.01 881 Chad & Andy Peterson, owners 715-302-0482 Visitors Always Welcome!
Floyd & Lloyd Baumann
The “Big White Cow” Owned by: Thomas & Florine Bunkelman Brooke, Brent & Brodie As the show season comes to an end, we’re very happy with how it ended and can’t wait for this year’s show season!
Hearts-Ease Atwood Andie ~ will be scored in November
Matt-Dari Clark Daphne EX-90 2E 4-05 365 30,061 3.8%F 3.2%P Tomkins Raff Elegant 3rd & 1st B&O Winter Yearling, MW Fall National
Sire: Dool-Leigh Goldwyn Clark Dams: GP-83 2Y Shottle x VG-88 Durham x EX Outside x 3 more EX dams
This past October Daphne gave us a heifer calf by Hanoverhill Raider!
Oakfield Dback Lolita-ET 2nd Summer Yearling, MW Fall National
F4680 Walnut Rd., Edgar, WI 54426 Ph.: 715-581-6460 E-mail: email@example.com 48 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2018
HOLSTEINS Hank, Shannon, Gabe & Jonah Boschma Athens, WI 715-205-7303
MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS
Young Bulls for Sale: • D.G. Charlie x Silver - • D.G. Charlie x Megasire x EX-91 Uno x Apple,
Lafonda’s Rubicon daughter Fustead Rubicon Lavon-ET
Fustead S-S-I Solution-ET
• 4 red bull calves to pick from by T-Spruce Bretagne-Red & Captain-Red
Fustead Oak Lafonda
John & Tineke Boschma H4370 Townline Rd., Colby, WI 54421 PH: 715-223-0534 Fax: 715-223-1114 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org RHA: 51 cows 24,723M 965F 817P BAA: 107.8%
Tree-Hayven GC Amaretto-ET EX-90 Gold Chip x Damion x Durham x Ashlyns Angel 3rd Senior 2-Year-Old, District 4 Show 2015 7th Senior 2-Year-Old, WI Championship Show 2015 We are thrilled to have the opportunity to add Amaretto to our herd and look forward to working with her for many years to come. Thank you to Adam for trusting us with this beautiful cow!
Wayne, Samantha & Justin Giese
L-L-M-Dairy Camern Deeaz-ET EX-90 EX-MS 2-00 2x 365 29,940 4.3 1292 3.0 911 3-04 2x 365 38,800 4.2 1648 3.0 1182 Deeaz is from 3 generations of VG GMD. We are already milking 2 VG daughters from her and she has great-granddaughters over +2900G. Leon & Lyle Matthiae E916 Hwy. Q Ringle, WI 54471 715-297-8485 Leon 715-297-8483 Lyle www.llmdairy.com Visitors always welcome MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2018 - 49
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Queen of the Bulk Tank
Holbric-ML Iota Doris-ET EX-90 EEEVV
4-08 365d 3x 57,368m 5.4% 3081f 2.8% 1619p Nominated Illinois Holstein of the Year 2017 Backed by 12 Generations VG - EX with several GMD & DOM Her 10/17 Montross son is AVAILABLE!
Doris is our production leader and is due in April! Wildvale Holsteins 12838 N Hubert Road, Winslow, IL 61089 Kris & Theresa Wild Kris Cell - 608.214.3259 Theresa Cell - 608.214.3260 Robert & Shirley Wild - 815.868.2202 Cows, heifers and bulls available at most times!
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CONGRATULATIONS TO 40- AND 50YEAR HOLSTEIN USA MEMBERS Earlier this month, Holstein Association USA shared their list of 40-and 50-year members. The members from Minnesota and South Dakota celebrating these milestone anniversaries are listed below. We would like to congratulate all of these members as they celebrate their membership anniversaries. 50-Year Members Lawrence J. Fischbach, SD R. David Larson, MN Normen Peterson, MN John R. Schroeder, MN Kerwin L. Siewert, MN
40-Year Members Belter Farms, Inc., MN Larry J. Dreier, MN Richard L. Hoen, MN Jeannette Hupf-Sheehan, MN Gerard J. Jennissen, MN Sapa Ska Farm Inc., MN Stelling Farms Inc., MN
w o C d o o r B Contest 2018
VOTE X MINNESOTA Nominees can also be viewed online at www.mnholstein.com and votes can be emailed to email@example.com. Details on the nominees in the Midwest Holsteins section.
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Gorentz Matches Equate EX-92 pg 15 Sheeknoll Bolton Ariana EX-94 pg 19 Macland HF Josuper Recce-ET VG-86 pg 50 Watertown Golwyn Rena ET VG-88 pg 51 Saintville Shottle Masi 3E EX-92 pg 57
Place an “x” next to your vote for 2018 Minnesota Brood Cow. Only one vote per paid membership.
Mail ballot to the MHA office at: P.O. Box 475 Plainview, MN 55964 or email your vote to firstname.lastname@example.org Voting ends April 1, 2018
Member Name: __________________ City: ________________________
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RULES AND ENTRY REQUIREMENTS This contest is open to all Minnesota Holstein members and any living or dead female is eligible. Minnesota Breeders have nominated their show winners, life-time production cows, huge index stars or bull mothers. A half page or larger ad must have been placed in the March 2018 issue of the Minnesota Holstein News to complete a nomination.
The winner will be notified early April 2018 and will be announced in the Minnesota Holstein News – June 2018 issue along with receiving a free full-page full color ad in this publication. Past award winners include Pine Shelter Lucy, D-R-A August and LidaAcres Juror Anne. Please take a look at each of the Brood Cow ads and vote for who you think deserves the title of Minnesota Holstein’s 2018 Brood Cow. A contest will be held in future March MHA News issues. If interested please feel free to call the MHA office at any time.
HIGH-RANKING BAA% HERDS FROM MINNESOTA AND SOUTH DAKOTA
n early January, Holstein Association USA released the lists of the top Holstein Breed Age Average (BAA%) herds for 2017 classifications. A number of herds from Minnesota and South Dakota ranked in the list of Overall Top 200 BAA Herds for 2017. The top herd from Minnesota was Esperanza Cattle Co. with a rank of 16 overall on the list and a rank of six on the list for Herds of 10 to 25 Cows. They recorded a BAA of 113 with 13 cows. Esperanza Cattle Co. is owned by Jay and Barb Morrison and located near Peterson, Minn. Willolea Holsteins of Underwood, Minn., came in the 19th spot with a BAA of 112.6 for 36 cows and a rank of 9 on the list for Herds of 26 to 50 cows. Several herds from Minnesota and South Dakota made the top 200 list and respective lists for herd size. Minnesota Holstein Association would like to congratulate all of these herds for this achievement. The tables at right show the appearance of Minnesota and South Dakota Herds on the Top 200 List and lists based on herd size. To see the lists with all states included and also a ranking by region, visit: www.holsteinusa. com. Holstein Breed Age Average (BAA%) value provides a way to compare the score of an animal (and herd average) to the average of the breed, taking into account age of the animal and stage of lactation. All animals receive an individual BAA value on the herd classification report, and herds participating in the Classic or Standard options of the Holstein Classification program receive an overall BAA for the herd. In 2017, 1,303 herds had a BAA value eligible for inclusion in these lists. The average number of cows included in the BAA calculation for the entire group was 64, and the average BAA% was 106.5. For the purposes of these lists, if a herd classified twice in a year (between 1/1/2017 and 12/31/2017) and received an official herd BAA for both classifications, only the most recent BAA was used. To appear on these lists, a herd must have at least 10 cows included in the BAA calculation.
2017 Overall Top 200 BAA Herds from Minnesota and South Dakota Rank 16 19 25 28 53 71
77 102 122 133 171 171 182
Herd Name Esperanza Cattle Co. Willolea Holsteins David K. Hoese Ryan Griffin Mikel L. & Daniel Brasch Circle Drive Holsteins Thomas & Lisa Hurley Loren & Luke Olson Dale & Sherri Rupprecht Andrew D. Stuewe Jim & Janet Kappers Anna Titera Steven & Debra Heuer Richard A. Schweer Iland-Acre Holsteins James M. Ripp Douglas Post Alfred & Mark Schmitt Dennis & Kalyn Buse Gregory B. Johnson
State MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN SD MN SD SD MN SD MN
BAA 113 112.9 112.6 112.4 111.4 110.9 110.9 110.9 110.8 110.8 110.2 110.2 109.9 109.9 109.8 109.8 109.3 109.3 109.2 109.2
# of Cows 13 36 26 10 18 15 17 50 49 82 45 15 30 36 46 10 36 79 45 66 Source: Holstein USA
2017 Top BAA Herds from Minnesota and South Dakota 10 to 25 Cows Rank 6 8 16 21
Herd Name Esperanza Cattle Co. Ryan Griffin Mikel L. & Daniel Brasch Circle Drive Holsteins Thomas & Lisa Hurley
State MN MN MN MN MN
BAA 113 112.4 111.4 110.9 110.9
# of Cows 13 10 18 15 17 Source: Holstein USA
2017 Top BAA Herds from Minnesota and South Dakota 26 to 50 Cows Rank 9 12
Herd Name Willolea Holsteins David K. Hoese
State MN MN
BAA 112.9 112.6
# of Cows 36 26 Source: Holstein USA
2017 Top BAA Herds from Minnesota and South Dakota 76 to 150 Cows Rank 11 25
Herd Name Andrew D. Stuewe Alfred & Mark Schmitt
State MN MN
BAA 110.8 109.3
# of Cows 82 79 Source: Holstein USA
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51ST OUTAGAMIE CO. SPRING SALE Saturday, April 21st • 11 a.m. • Cow Palace North, Kaukauna, Wis.
KHW REGIMENT APPLE-RED 3E-96 DOM
CRAIG-KRO DURHAM HOTSYTOTSY 3E-95
9-00 2x 365 36,750 4.3 1582 3.3 1211
5-07 2x 365 34,690 3.5 1223 3.3 1156
4-04 2x 365 39,480 4.5 1782 3.5 1368
Selling a September *RC Armani from Apple’s Malone granddaughter! Next dam is an EX-90 Destry.
Selling a fancy December 2017 Solomon from the EX-95 HotsyTotsy! Next four dams are EX-92, EX-91, EX-91, and EX-90!
A sharp, young Durham sells from Beth’s McCutchen daughter! The Durham’s October 2017 calf by Gold Chip also sells.
WEBB-VUE GOLDWYN BETH EX-91 DOM
We will be selling everything from fresh cows to show calves! If you are interested in consigning or for a catalog, please contact: Sale Chairman, Skyler Buman - 920-660-2013 or email email@example.com
Sale Sponsored by:
Find us on Facebook! Catalog will be posted to our Facebook page - Outagamie County Holstein Association. Juniors will receive a 3% discount on their purchase.
SALE STAFF: Auctioneer - Darrell Worden Pedigrees - Ryan Krohlow Ringmen - Lynn Harbaugh, 920-420-1524 Brandon Ferry, 608-335-8861
with a Touch of Black
Saturday, April 14 12:00 noon at Crescentmead Farms, Ixonia
Selling is Snapple’s June 2017 full sister by Redburst. What an opportunity! Apple Partners - 608-207-0344
Sale hosted by W2444 Evergreen Rd., Ixonia, WI 53036 Directions to Crescentmead Holsteins -
Sale managed by/Catalogs: Todd Wendorf 920-988-3323 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Find us on Facebook - Redfest with a Touch of Black • Cowbuyer.com MIDWEST HOLSTEINS
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