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ILLINOIS HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION_ ___________ Officers
Directors - Term Expires 2014
President.............................................................................................................. Brian Olbrich 1318 Rte. 23, Harvard, 60033; 815/482-7426; email@example.com Vice-President...................................................................................................... Jason Oertel 32633 Delhi Rd., Brighton, 62012; 618/779-9060; firstname.lastname@example.org Treasurer................................................................................................................. Carol Jones 23485 N 3100 East Rd., Emington, 60934; 815/934-5551; email@example.com
Boone-Winnebago ............................................. Jennifer Wakeley, Rockford
Clinton ...................................................................... Mike Netemeyer, Carlyle 618/594-3190 Effingham ...................................................................... Toby Probst, Wheeler
Heart of Illinois ...............................................Christy O’Connor, Kankakee
Lincolnland ............................................................ Roger Bauman, Nokomis 217/563-7692 McHenry-Lake ................................................................... Ed Smith, Antioch 847/372-0602
Secretary........................................................................................................ Tina Hall-Yagow 906 N. 12th Street, Rochelle, 61068; 815/757-0852; firstname.lastname@example.org
McHenry-Lake ..................................................... Gary Janssen, Wauconda 847/224-7857
Southern ........................................................... Joann Hartmann, Waterloo 618/939-7075
Steve Irwin ....................................................................................................... Heart of Illinois 9400 Meridian Rd., Beason, 62512; 217/447-3220; email@example.com
Directors - Term Expires 2015
Mississippi-Valley ............................ Herb Schmiedeskamp, Camp Point
Gary Janssen ................................................................................................... McHenry-Lake 28548 Burnett Rd., Island Lake, 60042; 847/224-7857 John Mitchell............................................................................................ Boone-Winnebago 11587 Edwardsville, Winnebago, 61088; 815/703-5614; firstname.lastname@example.org
Boone-Winnebago ..............................................John Mitchell, Winnebago 815/703-5614 Clinton ..................................................................Harvey Harpstrite, Trenton 618/224-9852 Gateway ...................................................................... Jason Oertel, Brighton 618/779-9060
Ed Smith ............................................................................................................. McHenry-Lake 43386 N. Scott St., Antioch, 60002; 847/372-0602; email@example.com
Gateway .....................................................Ron Schaufelberger, Greenville 618/664-0789
Kevin Wendling.........................................................................................................Effingham 13500 North 400th St., Altamont, 62411; 618/483-5532; firstname.lastname@example.org
Northwest ............................................................................Glen Meier, Ridott 815/238-8540
* Mississippi-Valley ................................................. Jeff Thorman, Macomb
Northwest .......................................................... Carol Timmerman, Galena 815/777-0318 Southern.........................................................Norbert Hasheider, Okawville
Illinois Holstein Herald Editor & Webmaster Julie Drendel Ashton 2664 N 2950th Rd., Marseilles, IL 61341 815/766-0045 · 847/683-7570 (fax) · email@example.com
Tri-County ............................................................ Dale Drendel, Hampshire 847/766-0326
Directors - Term Expires 2016 Effingham ................................................................ Howard Dust, Shumway 217/663-2395
Holstein Association USA Director
Heart of Illinois ............................................................... Steve Irwin, Beason
Boyd Schaufelberger 1254 IL Rte 127, Greenville, IL 62246 · firstname.lastname@example.org · 618/664-2576
Lincolnland ........................................................... Kasey Klein, Champaign 217/714-1186 Tri-County ...................................................................Roger Koehn, Peotone 815/784-6006
Holstein Association USA Field Representative Tim Ewing · email@example.com · 417/818-6455 (MILK) * Ineligible for re-election
ADVERTISER’S INDEX________________________________________ Accelerated Genetics Ainger Farms B&B Bagging B-J-Grove BLM Fall Dairy Bluff-Ridge Blukel Holsteins Bri-Mel Acres Car-Mer Farm, LLP Cearfield Farm Char-La-Don Clint-Clair Farms Coxbrook Farms Cross-Wake Dairy Dair-E-Land Holsteins DoDel Holsteins Edler Farm The Edwards Family Ellingson’s White Hill Elm Farms, Inc. Page 4
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Erbacres Holsteins Evergreen Lawn Farm Flat-Net Dairy Fruendly-Acres Gaf-Fine Farms, Inc. Glendell H. Farms, Ltd. Glenkeen Holsteins Golden Oaks Farm Halldale Farms Holbric Holsteins Holstein Association USA Hunter Haven Farms, Inc. Intergrlobe Genetics Irwindale Holsteins J-Maker Dairy Farm K-J Holsteins K-Lane Farms Kaco-Vu Kochnook Farm Koester Dairy
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Koll-Kreek Laeschway Dairy Lenkaitis Holsteins Lindale Holsteins Luck-E Holsteins Lucky-King Holsteins Ludwig Farms Lyonden Farm Mackinson Dairy Farm Macomber Farm Meier Meadows Mil-R-Mor Mitchell’s Holsteins O-Bee Holsteins Oertel Farms, Inc. Platz Dairy Farm Pleasantland Farm Po-Cop Holsteins Probstland Dairy R-Homestead Farm
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R-Vision Holsteins Ravendale Farm Red Carpet Holsteins Roblee Farms Rolling Lawns Farms Rotesown Schaufine Farms Schaulane Holsteins Select Sires Shannondoah Holsteins Show-N-Style Cattlle Smith, Ed Sunshine Genetics Team Holsteins Vital-I Von-View Dairy Farm Wildvale Reg. Holsteins Will-Can-Do Holsteins Winter Dairy Farm Zehrview Holsteins
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REGULARS____________________ FEATURES_____________________ Advertisers’ Index........................................................................................................4
40th Clinton County Classic.......................................................................8
4-H Dairy Judging Contest...................................................................... 13
District News.............................................................................................................. 13 Dutchess Domain........................................................................................................6 From the President.....................................................................................................6 From the National Board....................................................................................... 14
Heisner Named National Dairy Shrine Guest of Honor................ 14 Illinois Championship Rules................................................................... 15 Illinois Championship Show Information.............................................7
Illinois Holstein Dutchess & Little Miss Holstein Contests..............6
Illinois Holstein Picnic..................................................................................3
Illinois Honor Roll....................................................................................... 17
6/13 Board of Directors’ Meeting, Bloomington, Ill. 6/19 Northwest District Show, Freeport, Ill., Todd Hoesly, judge 6/20 Heart of Illinois District Show 6/21 Northeast District Show, Belvidere, Ill. 6/25-6/28 National Holstein Convention, Dubuque, Iowa 6/28 Effingham District Show, Newton, Ill. 7/1 Futurity payment due 7/7 Gateway District Show, Highland, Ill., Madison Fisher, judge 7/16 Illinois Holstein Dutchess Contest, Lincoln, Ill., 5:30 pm 7/16 Illinois Junior Holstien meeting, Lincoln, Ill., following the conclusion of the Dutchess contest Illinois Junior Championship Show, Lincoln, Ill. 7/17 7/18 Illinois Championship Show, Lincoln, Ill., Nathan Thomas, judge 8/13 Illinois State Fair Junior Holstein Show, Springfield, Ill. 8/15 Illinois State Fair Open Holstein Show, Springfield, Ill. State 4-H Dairy Judging Contest, Springfield, Ill. 8/16 10/25 Illini Golden Opportunity Sale, Effingham County Fairgrounds, Altamont, Ill. 12/4 - 12/5 Senior Holstein Convention, Pheasant Run, St. Charles, Ill. 12/4 Illini Futures Sale, St. Charles, Ill.
SENIOR HOLSTEIN CONVENTION December 4-5, 2014 Co-Hosted by the McHenry-Lake & Tri-County Clubs Watch the October Illinois Holstein Herald and www.illinoisholsteins.com for registration information!
Illinois Junior Spring Thing..................................................................... 10 Irwin Receives Tucker Scholarship..........................................................7 Kyle Mitchell Memorial Award............................................................... 12 Midwest Spring National Holstein Show..............................................9 Northwest Spring Sizzler Sale...................................................................7 PDCA Calf Sale............................................................................................. 12 Superior Young Dairy Producer Contest...............................................9 June Board Meeting -- June 13 · Bloomington, Ill. NEW LOCATION: IAA Building, 1701 Towanda Ave. Executive Committee: 9:30 am Noon lunch for all in attendance Full board meeting to follow lunch National Convention Committee: 3:00 pm Futurity entries are due July 1st for all cows. Please watch the State web site and/or your email for an updated list of all renominations. The Two, Three and Four Year old fee is $12, the Five-year- old fee is $26. Three-year-olds are eligible for a lump sum fee of $36 with no other fees needed to be paid prior to showing. If you have a Three-year-old that has not be entered in the past you may "catch her up" for the Five-year-old show for $69 (future fees are necessary for showing) You may print your list out and mail it with the entries due to: Illinois Holstein Futurity c/oWendy Erbsen , 13258 Center Drive, Lanark, IL 61046.
Mark your calendars for the 2014 Illini Golden Opportunity Sale October 25, 2014, Effingham Co. Fairgrounds Volume 76, Number 2
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Sale Chairman: Kevin Wendling -- 217.240.6196 Co-Chairman: Jason Swanson -- 815.703.7607 On the Cover: It’s been a busy spring for Illinois Holstein members. The Clinton County club celebrated their 40th Sale; IJHA held their Spring Thing; Emily Irwin and Bernie Heisner were recognized; and finally, Illinois is excited to host the 2015 National Holstein Convention! Page 5
FROM THE PRESIDENT I received a phone call the other day from a recipient of the Allen Tucker Memorial Award. good friend. They asked if I had time to visit It has been an honor and privilege to watch about a few things? I then proceeded to tell Emily grow and mature into a young lady. them one of my favorite sayings, “We all have I would also like to this opportunity to thank time, we just don’t know how much.” Boyd Schaufelberger for his guidance and help That friend hesitated for a moment and then over the past 6 years that he has served on realized what I had just said. There are so many the National Board of Directors for Holstein things that we all have going on in our busy USA! We all appreciate the time and efforts you lives, that we forget some times about one of have put into that board. the greatest gifts we can offer each other is a Our state has been blessed to have had a little TIME! We just celebrated Mother’s Day number of our members represent us on the and by the time you read this Father’s Day will national level. That being said, we are excited be right around the corner. To me, those two to see Dale Drendel running for that director days have become more important in recent seat on the board! We wish you the best of luck years than they were before. So hopefully Dale! everyone will be able to remember to take a The summer show season will be in full little TIME now and then! swing soon. Many will participate in there local Spring finally arrived here in northern Illinois shows, State Show, State Fair and county fairs. I in May. The past few week tractors and planters wish everyone the best of luck and safe travels have been rolling along in full force. As long to and from each event. the weather cooperates most everyone will be A big thanks goes out to those at Butlerview able to get 1st crop hay done before our June for being so gracious to host our State Picnic Board meeting, on June 13 at the IAA building this fall on September 6. Watch the website in Bloomington. Watch your email for more and Facebook as the date nears for more details. information. With the milk price being up and feed costs In 12 very short months, our state will being down from the previous year, spring sales be hosting the 2015 National Holstein have been averaging quite well. Congratulations Convention. The committees will be very busy to the past and present Clinton County sale over the next 12 months. Our organization will chairmen’s for having your 40th sale and the need each and every member to help make this success that the many chairmen have had! a very successful convention! I look forward to Also, congrats to the Northwest Club on a very seeing everyone at our various activities over successful Sizzler just a few weeks ago. the next few months. I’d also like to congratulate Emily Irwin, the
DUTCHESS DOMAIN As my time as the Illinois Holstein Dutchess comes to an end, I would like to say what a great experience it has been. I sincerely encourage any girls that are thinking about competing this summer to do it! The competition will be held at the State Show in Lincoln on July 16th. It consists of a personal interview with judges as well as a speech and introductory story. If anyone has questions about the competition I encourage you to contact me. During my time as Dutchess I was able to attend several shows including the State Fair where I spoke with breeders and fairgoers alike. I had many other opportunities to speak with people which included my college speech class where it was pretty much a guarantee that my speeches would involve dairy. It was nice to be able to be able to speak with a different demographic of consumers. I also had the opportunity to speak with children about the goodness of dairy at my local FFA petting zoo and a daycare as well as during a milking demonstration at my county fair. Page 6
In addition, I spoke with consumers at my Farm Bureau’s TouchA-Tractor event, which gave people a glimpse at modern farming. This was such a great experience, as many of the people I spoke with were genuinely curious about dairy and where their food comes from as a whole. I also attended Spring Thing this February, it was a fun weekend filled with competition. I would like to thank Emily Irwin, Bailey Hart and Morgan Olbrich for coordinating the weekend. I would also like to give a special thank you to Julie Ashton, Dave Fischer, Aaron Heinzmann, Mike Hutjens and Rod
ILLINOIS HOLSTEIN DUTCHESS & LITTLE MISS HOLSTEIN CONTESTS Wednesday, July 16, 5:30 p.m. Speeches and personal interview conducted Thursday, July 17, 8:30 a.m. Crowning of 2014 Illinois Holstein Dutchess
Dutchess contestant must be a member of the Illinois Holstein Association. Must be single, 15 years of age, but not yet 21 by January 1, 2014. Must personally own at least one (1) Holstein with at least 87% Registered Holstein Ancestry (RHA) verified on Holstein Association USA, Inc., certificate. A contestant does not have to have won her district contest to participate in the state contest. However, if her district club held a contest, she must have participated in the local contest during the current year. For girls living in districts not holding a contest, they are allowed to participate in the state contest only.
Little Miss Holstein Eligibility
Little Miss Holstein contestant must be at least 6 years of age but not yet 11 by January 1, 20134 Contestants are encouraged to be a member of the Illinois Junior Holstein Association (IHA) and have to have a known relationship to an active IHA member.
All Dutchess and Little Miss Holstein contestants will assist with award distribution at the 2014 Illinois Championship Junior and Open Shows. The state Dutchess agrees to attend the Illinois State Fair Junior and Open Holstein shows to assist with ribbon distribution, to attend the Illinois State Junior Convention, to submit articles to the Illinois Holstein Herald and to attend the Spring Thing. Suggested optional activities are to assist at the State Sale, PDCA Calf Sale and attend the Senior Convention and State Picnic.
The 2014 Illinois Holstein Dutchess will receive a scholarship award. Each Little Miss Holstein contestant will receive a prize package. For more information, please contact Dutchess Chairman, Lori Lyons. Information is also available on the Illinois Holstein Association website, www.illinoisholsteins.com.
Stoll who have donated so much of their time over the years and made Spring Thing a very fun and memorable experience. I would also like to thank all of the other volunteers who worked as question writers, score keepers, time keepers, speech and poster judges Spring Thing wouldn’t be possible without all of you!
Morgan Bollech Summer 2014
IRWIN RECEIVES TUCKER SCHOLARSHIP
Emily Irwin of Belvidere, Ill., is the 2014 recipient of the Allen Tucker Memorial Scholarship. This $1,000 scholarship was established in memory of the late Allen E. Tucker of Brighton, Ill., who was a highly respected and successful breeder of Registered Holstein dairy cattle. More importantly, his legacy was built on his dedication to the development of young people. Mr. Tucker was known for his wit, intelligence, and integrity. He was also known for his willingness to share the knowledge he gained over a lifetime to help guide young people involved with registered Holsteins and the dairy industry. The Allen Tucker Memorial Scholarship is presented annually to an Illinois Jr. Holstein member who exemplifies the character and leadership displayed by Mr. Tucker and who is planning to pursue a career in the dairy industry. Emily recently graduated from Belvidere High School where she was a member of the National
Honors Society, very active member of FFA and served as FFA vice-president. She will be attending Kaskaskia College at Centralia, Ill., this fall to pursue her two-year degree before transferring to a four year university to gain a B.S. Degree in Animal Science/Dairy Science. Emily plans to move into a career involved with the production and promotion side of the dairy industry. While growing up on her family dairy farm, Emily has been very involved with registered Holsteins and provided leadership to many youth organizations. She was a member of the 2013 IL 4-H Dairy Quiz Bowl team competing at the national contest where she was 2nd high individual and her team placed third out of nineteen state teams. In addition, Emily attended 2013 National 4-H Congress, 2012 National 4-H Dairy Conference, and received the 2011 IL 4-H/ FFA Superior Young Dairy Producer Award scholarship. Emily has also been extremely involved in
NORTHWEST SPRING SIZZLER SALE The Northwest Spring Sizzler was held May 4, 2014, in Freeport, Ill. The sale averaged $2825 on live and choice lots. High selling lot at $6200 was KHW Redburst Madison-Red-ET purchased by London Jones, Hico, Texas. The December 2013 Redburst daughter hails from the Apple family, with her dam being a full sister to Apple 3E-96 and her dam is the EX-95 Altitude. She was consigned by High Altitude Syndicate, Platteville, Wis. Selling for $6000 was Lot 1, a fancy Goldwyn daughter out of Rolling-Lawns Rhythm-ET 2E-93. She is backed by 10 generations of Very Good or Excellent dams back to Roxy herself! She was consigned by Rolling Lawns Farm, Greenville, Ill., and purchased by Bob Miller and Leroy Kleiner. Sales $4,000 and Over (Consignor in parentheses) KHW Redburst Madison-Red-ET....................... $6200 London Jones, Hico, TX (High Altitude Syndicate, Platteville, WI) Goldwyn x Rolling-Lawns Rhythm-ET..............6000 Bob Miller & Leroy Kleiner, Orangeville, IL (Rolling Lawns Farm, Greenville, IL) Golden-Oaks Mcut Cicely-ET.................................5700 Gueldener Farms, Moro, IL (Golden Oaks Farm, Wauconda, IL) Illinois Holstein Herald
FFA and the IL Junior Holstein Association. As Junior Holstein member, she currently serves as state secretary, past winner on national Holstein Quiz Bowl teams, Dairy Jeopardy, and was the 2012 National Young Distinguished Junior Member. She is often seen exhibiting her high quality R-Vision registered Holstein cattle at the local, state, and national shows. Whether working in the barns or showing in the ring, Emily is dedicated to being the best that she can be. She credits her family and on-farm experiences that have helped her to gain the experience and knowledge that will lead her into a very rewarding dairy career. Emily is the daughter of Melissa and Mark Irwin.
IL CHAMPIONSHIP HOLSTEIN SHOW July 16 - July 18, 2014 Logan County Fairgrounds, Lincoln Cattle may arrive on Tuesday, July 15, and must exit the fairgrounds immediately following the conclusion of the show on Friday. Junior Show Judge will be announced on the IHA website when available Open Show & Futurity Judge: Nathan Thomas, North Lewisburg, Ohio Hotel Accommodations: Best Western Lincoln, 217.732.9641 $59.99 (1 king bed) $69.99 (2 queen beds) Mention IHA before July 1 for rate.
KHW Redburst Madison-Red-ET sold for $6200 topping the 2014 Northwest Spring Sizzler. Milksource Comet Alison........................................4800 London Jones, Hico, TX (Eldo Pries, Waverly, IA) Mil-R-Mor Goldsun Charro-ET..............................4300 Megan Busker, Ridott, IL (Mil-R-Mor Farm, Orangeville, IL) Ms America Chocolate-ET.......................................4200 Koester Dairy, Dakota, IL (Tranquility Farms, Brownsburg-Chatam, PQ) Ms Cashmoney Miracle-ET.....................................4100 Elsbernd Dairy Farms LLC, Calmer, IA (Tranquility Farms, Brownsburg-Chatam, PQ) Gueldener Dempsey Radar-ET *RC....................4000 Carli Reeverts, Rockford, IL (Darren Gueldener, Moro, IL)
Cattle Entry form will be available on the IHA website in May. Entries should be submitted to Julie Ashton by July 7 for early entry. You will only pay entries on animals that come to the show. All others will be scratched before the catalog is printed. Show Sponsorships are now being accepted. If you are interested in donating, please contact Brian or Nate. Any questions for State Show, please call: Brian Wesemann @ 414.803.7142 or Nate Janssen @ 847.224.7859 Page 7
40TH CLINTON COUNTY CLASSIC For the past 40, the members of the Clinton County Holstein Association have hosted 40 years of Clinton County Holstein enthusiasts from across the Midwest Classic Sale Chairmen at the Clinton County Classic Sale, typically Pictured top row left to right: Ron Debatin, Gerald Huelsmann, Lucas held the last weekend in March. Guests to Clanton and Nelson Heinzmann. the sale have always been treated with great Middle row left to right: Ron hospitality and fine cattle to view and purchase. Schaufelberger, Lester Huels and Celebrating their 40th anniversary, the Clinton Mike Netemeyer. Front row left to County Club certainly did not disappoint in right: Bob Fruend, Josh Huelsmann, Harvey Harpstrite and Ralph 2014. Twenhafel. Not pictured is Jason The 40th installment of the Clinton County Oertel and Roger Grasher. Classic took place on March 29, 2014, at the Clinton County Fairgrounds in Carlyle, Ill. Bob Fruend chaired the event, which he has helped chair numerous times in itâ€™s 40 years. A great crowd was on hand and the cattle were tremendously presented. High Selling Live Female The sale averaged $3030 on 106 live lots and Budjon-JK Suttle Epproach3 choices. Topping the sale at $13,600 was Lot ET sold for $8,000 to BLM Fall 1, a 1st choice Montross from 9 pregnancies out Dairy, Damiansville, Ill. She was of Wilra Shamrock 294-ET GTPI +2274. 294 consigned by Budjon & Kietzman, already has 2 sons in AI and 9 daughters over Lomira, Wis. Pictured left to right is: Bill Jansen, Bob Fruend, +2389 GTPI from 4 different sires. The choice Josh Huelsman, Lavern Jansen, was consigned by Wilra Farms, Nashville, Ill., Harvey Harpstrite, Matt Jansen and purchased by Dale Probst, Wheeler, Ill. and Bill Jansen. Second high seller was Lot 2, a December 2012 Atwood from the Krull Broker Elegance 3E-96 GMD DOM family. Purchased for Sales $3,600 and Over Dennis Bressner & Brock Vonderheide, Stewardson, IL $8000, her dam is the Reserve All-American (Consignor in parentheses) (Dylan Redd, Vandalia, IL) 2E-95 Durham Embrace then 2E-95 Encore 1st C. Montross x Wilra Ramos 598...............$13,600 Creeknook Atwood Jess.........................................3,800 Lone Rose Dairy, Ewing, IL Electra followed by Elegance. She was Dale Probst, Wheeler, IL (Wilra Farms Inc., Nashville, IL) (Steve Landis, Goshen, IN) consigned by Budjon Farms and Joel Kietzman, Budjon-JK Suttle Epproach-ET............................8,000 Bujdon-JK GC Ecessory-ET.....................................3,700 Lomira, Wis., and purchased by BLM Fall BLM Fall Dairy, Damiansville, IL Jackson Brammeier, Carlyle, IL Dairy, Damiansville, Ill. (Budjon Farms & Joel Kietzman, Lomira, WI) (Budjon Farms & Joel Kietzman, Lomira, WI) Lot 65 sold for $6100 to Erdstead Dairy, Lylehaven Dempsey Gina.......................................6,100 Ms Chelsae Wnbrk Chaeli-ET................................3,700 Wilson Martin, Memphis, IL Chenoa, Ill. The Dempsey fresh Senior 2-year- Erdstead, Cheona, IL (Madison Fischer, Fithian, IL) (Oertel Farm, Heinzman, Graham, Brighton, IL) old is out of a VG-85 Lewis from an EX-90 Silverview-Lane Atwood Kami............................5,200 K-Lane Braxton Kassy..............................................3,700 Lyster. 6 more generations of Very Good or Jackson Brammeier, Carlyle, IL Kenneth Meng, Freeburg, IL Excellent dams back her. She was consigned by (Brett Worker, Greensville, IL) (Rodger Koehn, Peotone, IL) Six-Illini Goldwyn Alice-ET....................................5,000 Gueldener Mr Sam Faith.........................................3,700 Madison Fischer, Fithian, Ill. Lavern & Irene Jansen, Albers, IL Selling for $5200 was an Atwood spring Rodney Winter, Altamont, IL (Jared Gueldener, Moro, IL) yearling from an EX-90 Jasper that also sold (Fighting Illini Partnership, Fithian, IL) Von-View Braxton Aleena......................................4,900 Radine Demello Mya................................................3,700 for $4200. They are from the great R-Sapphire Ryan Gardner, Santa Fe, TN Kasey Clanton, Mulberry Grove, IL Charo-ET 4E-94 DOM family. Brett Woker (Kassie Vonderheide, Stewardson, IL) (Kate Geppert, Columbia, MO) consigned the pair; Jackson Brammeier, Golden-Oaks BR Chelize-ET..................................4,500 Char-La-Don Atwod Vavoom-ET.........................3,650 Tyson Oertel, Brighton, IL Carlyle, Ill., purchased the Atwood while Ryan Wilson Martin & Rodney Garman, Memphis, MO (Golden Oak Farm, Wauconda, IL) (Jessica Telgmann, Strasburg, IL) Gardner, Sante Fe, Tenn., purchased her dam. Budjon-JK Advnt Elluring-ET................................4,200 1st C. Atwood x Bluff-Ridge Durham D-Jay...3,600 Lot 33, consigned by the Fighting Illini Emma Jenne & Sara Jenne, Pocahontas, IL Kasey Clanton & Kelly Oâ€™Connor , Mulberry Grove, IL Partnership, sold for $5000 to Rodney Winter, (Budjon Farms & Joel Kietzman, Lomira, WI) (Jackie Jansen, Arrowsmith, IL) Altamont, Ill. Six-Illini Goldwyn Alice-ET is a Sunrose Leann.............................................................4,200 Golden-Oaks Sanchez Rita-ET.............................3,600 Kyle Clanton, Mulberry Grove, IL VG-87 4-year-old due in June to Windbrook. Lane Heinzmann, Carlyle, IL Her dam is an EX-91 Durham from the great (Bryce Gingerich & Sydney Freeman, Millersburg, IN) (Golden Oaks Farm, Wauconda, IL) Silverview-Lane JS Kesha-ET................................4,200 Twin-Prairie Leader Lavina....................................3,600 Shoremar S Alicia-ET 3E-97.
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Ryan Gardner, Santa Fe, TN (Brett Worker, Greenville, IL) Six-Illini Fevr Attack..................................................4,100 Nathan Miller, Greenville, IL (Fighting Illini Partnership, Fithian, IL) Pruemer G W Atwood Sunrise..............................4,100 Lone Rose Dairy, Ewing, IL (Kaleb Pruemer, Champaign, IL) Sun-Made Peaches-ET.............................................4,000
BLM Fall Dairy, Damiansville, IL (Mervin Brubaker, Milton, IA) Two-Fine Zenith 2243-ET.......................................3,600 Erdstead, Cheona, IL (Dall Dairy, Aviston, IL) Clint-Clair Damion Mouse......................................3,600 Erdstead, Cheona, IL (Kasey Clanton, Mulberry Grove, IL) Summer 2014
MIDWEST SPRING NATIONAL HOLSTEIN SHOW April 19, 2014, Jefferson, Wis., Chris Lahmers, judge Senior & Grand Champion: Robrook Goldwyn Cameron, Budjon, Vail, St. Jacobs & Woodmansee, Lomira, WI Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion: Vangoh Durham Treasure, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph, WI Intermediate Champion: Dream-Prairie GW Alberta-ET, Milk Source, Kaukauna, WI Reserve Intermediate Champion: Weeks Dundee Anika, Milk Source, Kaukauna, WI Junior Champion: Comestar Larion Goldwyn, Jeff Butler, Chebanse, Ill. Reserve Junior Champion: Routina Zelgadis Paige, Kueffner & Butler, Chebanse, IL Winter Heifer Calf (9 shown) 1. Winright Chip of Excellence, Jeff Butler, Chebanse, IL 2. Ms Bri-Mel-Acres Atwood Charlie-TW, Lexie Thompson & Gary McCarthy, North Freedom, WI Fall Heifer Calf (24 shown) 1. Budjon-Vail Bradnick Vicki , Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms, Lomira, WI, 1st B&O 2. Sco-Lo Roy J-Wow 2051-ET , C C & C Cannon & Kasey Lois, Dyersville, IA, 1st jr. 4. Liatris Brokaw Toutoune, Ernie Kueffner & Jeff Butler, Chebanse, IL 17. Bri-Mel-Acres Sirius Dolly, Caitlin & Blake Meyer, Manteno, IL Summer Yearling Heifer (22 shown) 1. Comestar Lamadana Doorman-ET, Ernie Kueffner & Jeff Butler, Chebanse, IL 2. Bella-View Braxton Allure, Kayla Krueger, Marion, WI, 1st jr. 9. Ludwigs-DG Goldsun Rockstar, D. Ludwig Farms LLC, Fithian, IL Spring Yearling Heifer (24 shown) 1. Ashview-TG Atwood Lilly-ET, T, M & T Norling & T Galgowski, Beresford, SD, 1st B&O 2. Mapel Wood Windhammer Elegance, Kueffner & Butler, Chebanse, IL 7. JM Valley Atwood Agadou-ET, Jeffrey Jet Butler, Chebanse, IL 13. Cross-Wake Destiny Keepsake, Holly Wakely, Winnebago, IL, 3rd jr. Winter Yearling Heifer (20 shown) 1. Routina Zelgadis Paige, Kueffner & Butler, Chebanse, IL, res. jr. champ. 2. Lindale Laramie Flowers, B & C Meyer & Olivia Corson, Hampshire, IL 3. Cross-Jen Dempsey Jana-ET, Jennifer Lynn Wakeley, Rockford, IL, 1st B&O 9. Ludwigs-DG Lady Bianca, D. Ludwig Farms LLC, Fithian, IL
Fall Yearling Heifer (24 shown) 1. Comestar Larion Goldwyn , Jeff Butler, Chebanse, IL, jr. champ. 2. Eastside Brady Caramel, Victoria Nodolf, Belmont, WI 6. Welsh-Edge Atwd Reality-ET, Moriah Goggin, IL 16. B-J-Grove Windbrok Rue Girl, Bruce Clanton, Mulberry Grove, IL Unfreshened 2-Year-Old Cow (2 shown) 1. Roggua Extreme Lassy, John Cannon & Scott Coons, Dyersville, IA 2. OCD Hero Tea Leoni-ET , Tyler, Cole & Mikayla Endres, Lodi, WI, 1st Jr. Junior 2-Year-Old Cow (9 shown) 1. Farnear-TBR-BH At Corona-ET, Lake Prairie Holsteins & Le-O-La, St. Peter, MN 2. Shaft-Acres Schz Divine-ET, Beth Nelson, Blair, WI, 1st Best Udder Senior 2-Year-Old Cow (17 shown) 1. Lottos Atwood Lizette-ET, Budjon, Vail & Woodmansee, Lomira, WI, 1st B&O 2. Val-Bisson Contrast Illara-ETS, Milk Source LLC, Kaukauna, WI 6. Bluff-Ridge Atwood Beth, Sarah Butler, Arrowsmith, IL 7. Team Atwood Montana, Team Holsteins, Hampshire, IL Junior 3-Year-Old Cow (5 shown) 1. Dream-Prairie GW Alberta-ET, Milk Source LLC, Kaukauna, WI, int. champ. 2. Weeks Dundee Anika, Milk Source LLC, Kaukauna, WI, 1st Best Udder, res. int. champ. Senior 3-Year-Old Cow (9 shown) 1. D-K-Silk Atwood Satin-ET , B Gingerich, T Freeman & K Parks, Millersburg, IN, 1st Best Udder, Production winner 2. Butlerview Aftersh April-ET, Ryan Lauber, Union Grove, WI, 1st Jr. 7. Bluff-Ridge Atwood Beyonce, Sarah Butler,
Arrowsmith, IL 4-Year-Old Cow (18 shown) 1. Sandy-Valley Atwd Blacky-ET ,M & J Duckett & D Dyment, Rudolph, WI, 1st Best Udder 2. Eastriver Gold Deb 850-ET, Milk Source LLC, Kaukauna, WI 3. MS Angel Dellucci , Connor Erbsen, Lanark, IL, 1st Jr. 15. Oakfield Atwood Honor-ET, Kaycia & Allyson Zimmerman, Winnebago, IL 16. Dupasquier Gldwyn Rozlyn-ET, Brett & Brennan Woker, Hampshire, IL 5-Year-Old Cow (11 shown) 1. Robrook Goldwyn Cameron, Budjon, Vail, St Jacobs & Woodmansee, Lomira, WI, 1st Best Udder, sr. and gr. champ. 2. Ludwigs-DG Goldwyn Ella-ET, Ludwig Farms & Tony Netemeyer, Fithian, IL, 1st B&O 3. Ludwigs-DG Goldwyn Emmy-ET, Ludwig Farms, Fithian, IL Aged Cow (12 shown) 1. Rosedale Lexington-ET, Rosedale Genetics, Ltd., Oxford, WI, 1st Best Udder, 1st B&O 2. Macpes Fortune Koquine-ET, Milk Source LLC, Kaukauna, WI 3. Team Durham Morgan-ET, Team Holsteins, Hampshire, IL 7. Black-Lion Complete Chaos, Wyatt & Rosalee Zehr & Evan Young, Graymont, IL 125,000 Lb. Cow (3 shown) 1. Vangoh Durham Treasure, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph, WI, 1st Best Udder, Production winner, res. sr. and res. gr. champ, 2. Hazel-Bush Flap Flower, Beth Nelson, Blair, WI
Comestar Lamadana Doorman-ET 1st Summer Yearling · Jeff Butler, Chebanse, IL
4-H/FFA Superior Young Dairy Producer Contest August 16, 2014, Springfield, IL
This is a great opportunity to win a $1,000.00 scholarship and have fun doing it at the Illinois State Fair. Eligibility: Any Illinois 4-H or FFA member who is a current dairy project member in their local 4-H club/FFA chapter and 14 years or older, as of September 1, 2013, is eligible to participate in the 2014 Illinois State Fair Superior Young Dairy Producer Award program. Remember, you do not need to be a State Fair Jr. dairy exhibitor to participate. Awards: The top 5 youth with the highest point scores in the total contest will receive a $1,000.00 scholarship and plaque. A plaque will also be presented to each of the “top three” phase winners in the individual phase competitions. All participants will be recognized and the overall winners will be announced on Saturday afternoon, August 16th, following the contest. Contest Format: The contest will be held at the Illinois State Fair in the Livestock Center on August 16, with registration from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m. 8:40 a.m. - Phase 1 - Management Test: A 25 question written test relating to any aspects of dairy management and related facts. Study resources inlude 4-H dairy project manuals and the dairy portions of Livestock E-Quiz (both dairy levels) located on the web site at: http://web.extension.uiuc.edu/equiz/.
9:10 a.m. - Phase 2 - Skillathon: This will involve a series of three learning stations with specific tasks and questions for participants to answer, such as “identifying dairy feeds”, “identifying dairy equipment”, and “herd health” or “dairy management”. 10:00 a.m. - Phase 3 - Dairy Judging: 4 classes will be placed by the participants based on type conformation. Oral reasons are not part of this contest. This program is coordinated and conducted by Dave Fischer, U of I Extension Dairy Educator-Retired. Registration forms are available at your county Extension Office or your FFA Adviser or Dave Fischer via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registrations are due to Dave Fischer, 901 Oak Hill St., Trenton, IL 62293 prior to the IL State Fair SYDPA contest. Entry form can be found on the Illinois Holstein website at www.illinoisholsteins.com.
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ILLINOIS JUNIOR JOURNEYS Junior Spring Thing The Illinois Junior Holstein Association held its annual spring meeting on March 2, 2014 at The Chateau Hotel in Bloomington, Ill. President Morgan Bollech called the meeting to order and welcomed everyone to the meeting. The treasurer’s report was handed out by Treasurer Bailey Hart, Rosalee Zehr moved to approve the treasurer’s report, Morgan Olbrich seconded the motion, and the motion passed. The secretary’s report was handed out by Secretary Emily Irwin, Ryan Sheehan moved to approve the secretary’s report, Meredith Ziller seconded the motion, and the motion passed. Old Business I n old business, discussion began about the State Show rules that had been tabled to this meeting from the July meeting. A letter regarding the current rules and possible changes from Paula Bovre was read. The first issue discussed with state show rules was that once a showmanship participant wins their age division they must move up to the next age division regardless of their age, and once they win senior showmanship they can no longer participate in showmanship. Brianna Sheehan moved to have a showmanship class for those that have won all three showmanship divisions and Ryan Sheehan seconded the motion. Discussion about what effects this would have included that it would lengthen the show and it would give the participants more experience and they could get feedback on how to improve from the judge. The vote was taken and the motion passed. It was then discussed that to reduce the length of the show with the added time for showman of showman, boys and girls could be shown together and the judge would pick the top boy and girl. Allison Aves moved to show showmanship classes boys and girls together, Ryan Sheehan seconded the motion, and the motion passed.
It was brought up that there needed clarification on how many individuals would be recognized for showmanship, and it was decided that the top 3 boys and top 3 girls in each age division would be recognized but only the top 1 boy and top 1 girl from each division would move on to the showman of showman contest. Discussion then turned to the showmanship ownership rule, which stated that you must own the animal you use for showmanship but you can use another juniors animal if yours is sick or injured. The group was very divided on this issue. Some members felt that this rule excludes junior members who don’t bring their animals to state show for various reasons but would like to participate to get more experience showing. Other members felt that showmanship should be about the work you do to prepare your animals for showing in addition to your work in the show ring, and a change to the rule allowing a junior to show another juniors animal would add to the check in process. Megan Opperman moved that a junior member can show any other juniors animal if they don’t have an animal there, Ryan Sheehan seconded the motion, and in a close vote the motion passed. The next state show rule that was discussed was the rule that juniors have to show each animal at their district show in order to show them at the state show with 1 substitution. Brianna Sheehan moved to change our rule to be the same as the seniors which is you only have to show 1 animal at district show to show at state show, and Meredith Ziller seconded the motion. After further discussion we decided it would be best to form a committee to decide, committee members are Lila Sloan, Brianna Sheehan, Dylan Reed, Morgan Olbrich, Connor Erbsen, Bailey Hart, and Ellie Lenkaitis. Brianna Sheehan moved to table the discussion to the next meeting and the committee should suggest what to do, Ryan Sheehan seconded the motion, motion passed.
2013 - 2014 OFFICERS & ADVISOR TEAM President: Morgan Bollech Phone: 815-980-4679 Vice President: Anna Folgate Phone: 815-541-5692 Secretary: Emily Irwin Phone: 815-544-0193 Treasurer: Bailey Hart Phone: 815-914-8527 Reporter: Morgan Wendling Phone:618-367-2372 Adult Advisor: Glen Meier Phone: 815-235-7596 or 815-233-2407 Adult Advisor: John Mitchell Phone: 815-703-5614 Make sure to check the Illinois Holstein website www.illinoisholsteins.com and the Illinois Holstein Association Facebook page for up-to-date information on all Junior activities!
New Business In new business, awards from Spring Thing were given out. See the following page for all award winners! Following the awards, fundraising was discussed. We decided to do the railbird judging contest at state show, and there were several other ideas discussed. Brianna Sheehan volunteered to chair the railbird judging contest and Lila Sloan volunteered to help. Other fundraising ideas that were discussed were an alumni dairy bowl or a celebrity showmanship, and a committee of Emily Irwin and Megan Opperman was formed to work on this. We discussed having a workers auction again, but it was decided that there wasn’t a very good place to do it this year so we won’t have it this year. The next item of discussion was state show. It was discussed that we wouldn’t need an extra showmanship judge since boys and girls will show together. Show chairman Anna Folgate took names of judges the members would like which included Gerrit Debruin, Chris McCollough, and Steve Hendress, and asked for ideas for prizes which included belt buckle, pullover, cash prize, bucket of supplies, feed tub, halters, duffel bags, chairs, and show harnesses. Brianna Sheehan moved to leave the prize selection up to Anna Folgate as Vice President, Morgan Olbrich seconded the motion, motion passed. The next thing to be discussed was Spring Thing 2015. Ryan Sheehan volunteered to be the chair; and Meredith Ziller, Brianna Sheehan, and Summer 2014
The Top 10 Junior Dairy Bowl contestants were left to right: Kate Carlson, Emma Carlson, Brian Hollan, Lane Heinzmann, Jared Dickman, Bria Koester, Connor Erbsen, Payton Erbsen, Kaelyn Miller and Jordan Oellerich.
The Top 10 Senior Dairy Bowl contestants were left to right: Megan Opperman, Anna Folgate, Nate Koester, Sarah Duncan, Dylan Reed, Emily Irwin, Riley Zettle, Morgan Bollech, Ryan Sheehan and Meredith Ziller.
Folding Display Contest Junior Creative: 1st - Emma Carlson; 2nd - Lars Carlson 3rd - Justin Irwin Junior Scientific: 1st - Payton Erbsen; 2nd - Delana Erbsen The winning Junior Dairy Bowl team was the Boone Mc-Winn team consisting of Kate Carlson, Adam Olbrich, and Danielle Gregory.
The winning Senior Dairy Bowl team was the from Tri-County consisting of Brianna Sheehan, Ryan Sheehan, Morgan Bollech & Meredith Ziller.
Intermediate Scientific: 1st - Brock irwin; 2nd - Andrea Willing Senior Createive: 1st - Bailey Hart Peopleâ€™s Choice: Andrea Willing
Top Dairy Jeopardy contestants left to right: Connor Erbsen, 1st Int.; Lane Heinzmann, 2nd Jr.; Emma Carlson, 1st Jr.; Nate Koester, 3rd Int.; Kristina Drendel, 3rd Jr.; Dylan Reed, 1st Sr.; Emily Irwin, 2nd Int.; Megan Opperman, 2nd Sr.
Speech contest from left to right: Lars Carlson, jr.; Kate Carlson, 2nd Int.; Emily Sheehan, 1st jr.; Jordan Oellerich, 1st Int.; Ashyton Martin, 2nd Jr.; Lila Sloan, 3rd Jr. Jordan, Kate and Emily will represent Illinois in the National Contest.
Ashtyn Martin are the committee. National Convention 2014 was then discussed, as reporter Morgan Wendling will be making the paper and digital scrapbook for National Convention so members should send their pictures to her. Brianna Sheehan volunteered to make the state banner for national convention. Melissa Irwin and Becky Meier then talked about National Convention for 2015 which will be held in Illinois. They mentioned ideas for promotional things to give out at this yearsâ€™ convention to promote convention for next year and members gave them additional ideas. It was decided to leave the decision of what to give out to the kids going to national convention this year. They also talked about what we could offer for a junior tour option for 2015 convention, and members ranked options including Shedd Aquarium, Fun Zone, Museum of Science and Industry, and many others. It was discussed that the juniors should make a fun video
of some sort to show at the 2014 convention banquet to promote the 2015 convention to juniors. The committee to help Melissa and Becky with that is Riley Zettle, Jared Dickman, Connor Erbsen, Ryan Sheehan, Jordon Oellerich, Brianna Sheehan, Allison Aves, Emily Irwin, and Bailey Hart. Next we talked about ways to get donors for junior exclusive activities. It was mentioned that if we told possible sponsors that we donated an amount of money they would be more likely to donate to us or even match our donation. Kate Carlson moved to donate $2,500 for National Convention junior activities, Ryan Sheehan seconded, and the motion passed. Morgan Olbrich moved to adjourn the meeting and Connor Erbsen seconded the motion. Meeting was adjourned. State Show Committee Meeting The State Show Committee meeting was
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held on Sunday, April 13, 2014 at 3:30 pm at the Boone County extension office. The show rule about juniors needing to exhibit the animals they take to state show at district show first with one substitution was discussed as it was tabled to this meeting by the members in attendance at the Spring Thing meeting. Bailey Hart moved to keep the rule the same, Morgan Olbrich seconded the motion, motion passed. Next, there was discussion about the showmanship ownership rule that was brought up at the Spring Thing meeting. Some wanted to make a recommendation for the junior meeting at state show to change the rule. This will be discussed further at the Junior Meeting held Wednesday, July 16 in Lincoln, Ill. Jared Dickman moved to adjourn the meeting and Morgan Olbrich seconded, motion passed.
Kyle Mitchell Dairy Bowl Awards Melissa Irwin presented the Senior Award to Dylan Reed and the Junior Award to Connor Erbsen. Page 11
KYLE MITCHELL MEMORIAL AWARD
At this year’s Annual Spring Thing meeting, the fifth Kyle Mitchell Memorial Award was presented to Dylan Reed, Vandalia, Ill., in memory of late Junor member, Kyle Mitchell of Winnebago. Below are excerpts of the presentation given in its inaugural year, prepared by Junior Advisor, Melissa Irwin. “It is both a pleasure and a challenge for me to introduce an award being offered to IJHA members. [In 2008] our association has lost one of its favorite members. In response to that the juniors at the fall meeting decided to start a new award in memory of Kyle Mitchell. At the December committee meetings this was discussed further and it was decided that a traveling plaque would be awarded as well as something for the recipient to keep. A special thanks goes out to Becky Meier, Lorilee Schultz, Brian Olbrich, and Kathy Miller for assisting me with the development of the
The Mitchell Family, Julia, John and Lisa presented the Kyle Mitchell Memorial Award to Dylan Reed at this year’s Junior Spring Thing.
award and the criteria by which the nominees would be judged and for nominating five well rounded young people for the award. The committee who put the criteria together for this award really tried to focus on Kyle and the attributes that made him an outstanding member of the junior Holstein organization. *Encompasses complete junior career *Fully participates in activities *Mentors younger members Kyle's mom, Jan, mentioned to me that Kyle didn't care who you were but as long as you played his game whether it be soccer, band or dairy bowl, he accepted you. How true that was. He always welcomed new members into dairy bowl and made them feel a part of the group. One of the biggest focuses of the committee was on Kyle's positive attitude. Everyone who knew him knew he had a very positive outlook on life. He used that positive attitude to be a good leader. Although he didn't hold any state junior office he was involved in many activities like Spring Thing, Conventions, showing, and fundraising. Kyle indeed had many attributes which showed his genuine character. Indeed he was a well rounded individual. But, one thing we all know for sure was the Kyle could sure be a character. He had a way of making people laugh and helping contestants to relax when the competition got tough. We are all better for having known Kyle and he will be missed.”
You are Invited!
Bob & Kaye Miller’s 60 th Anniversary Party Sunday, October 12, 3-10 P.M. Turner Hall – Monroe, Wis. RSVP 815-81-7282 / Kthrynlyn@gmail.com Details will be on the Mil-R-Mor Facebook Page
Bob & Kaye met while attending a church lawn social in Iron Hill, Quebec, in the summer of 1949. Bob’s attention was caught by Kaye’s shapely figure and her long, dark hair. He was also impressed to see she could throw and bat a softball farther than any girl he’d ever seen. Kaye thought Bob was pretty cute, too! She liked his mischievous smile and curly hair. They attended Knowlton High School together where they became friends and then high school sweetheats. Bob & Kaye loved to dance and many a weekend would find them kicking up their heels at the local dance halls. They were married October 12, 1954, in Cowansville, Que. Less than two years later with only a couple hundred dollars in their pockets, one baby on the hip and another on the way, they decided to seek their fortunes in the great state of Illinois. They had heard this was where the heart of opportunity with registered Holsteins was…and the rest, as they say, is history! The Illinois Holstein family has always played a key role in the lives of Bob & Kaye and all of us here at Mil-R-Mor. We hope to see you this fall to help celebrate Bob & Kaye’s 60th Anniversary. Festivities will include an afternoon open house followed by dinner and dancing, or please send your regards if unable to attend.
Happy 60 th Anniversary Mom & Dad! Wendy, Craig, Madeline, Crystal & Kathy Page 12
66TH PDCA CALF SALE The 66th PDCA Calf Sale was held April 12 at the Champaign County Fairgrounds, Champaign, Ill. The animals are prepped by the Illini Dairy Club and managed by the breed associations of Illinois. The sale averaged $1761.67 on 30 Holstein lots. Top selling Holstein at $4,200 was MilR-Mor Brbwr Peaches-Red, she is a Hylite Barbwire-Red daughter from Mil-R-Mor Advent Pearlette EX-2E, a 4th generation EX, Pearlette's next 3 dams average 261,000 lifetime. She was purchased by Logan Kimmel, Bloomington, Ill., and consigned by Robert Miller, Orangeville, Ill. Luck-E Guthrie Revolt, a September calf, sold for $3,700 to Mackenzie Kimmel, Bloomington, Ill. Her dam is a VG-86 Braxton from a VG-88 Dundee. Next dam is Leepaul Ambition Rocky 3E-93 with over 230,000 lbs. milk lifetime. She was consigned by Matt Engel, Hampshire, Ill.
Top selling Holstein was Mil-R-Mor Brbwr Peaches-Red, purchased by Logan Kimmel. Sales $2,000 and Over (Consignor in parentheses) Mil-R-Mor Brbwr Peaches-Red.............................4,200 Logan Kimmel, Bloomington, IL (Robert Miller, Orangeville, IL) Luck-E Guthrie Revolt..............................................3,700 Mackenzie Kimmel, Bloomington, IL (Matt Engel, Hampshire, IL) Golden-Oaks All Rite-Red......................................3,500 Mackenzi Tabbert, Strasburg, IL (Golden Oaks Farm, Wauconda, IL) Gueldener Magenta Renee-Red.........................3,100 Doug Nolan, Pontiac, IL (Darren Gueldener, Moro, IL) Golden-Oaks Topside Ryder.................................3,000 Clay Tabbert, Strasburg, IL (Golden Oaks Farm,m Wauconda, IL) Brite-Side Shan Ashley-ET.....................................2,500 Dylan Reed, Vandalia, IL (Oertel Farms, Brighton, IL) Ms Zehrview Cinnamon-ET...................................2,300 Owen Halpin, Cullom, IL (Wyatt & Rosalee Zehr & Evan Young, Graymont, IL) Spa x Holbric Bolivia Ann-TW..............................2,100 Shelby & Tyson Oertel, Brighton, IL (Brian & Mark Olbrich, Harvard, IL) Summer 2014
DISTRICT NEWS BOONE-WINNEBAGO
We are celebrating multiple graduations this year: • Aaron Mitchell will return to the farm from the University of Illinois this spring • Steven Mitchell is graduating from Winnebago High School, and Emily Irwin & Bailey Hart will be graduating from Belvidere High School. We wish them well in their future endeavors. We welcome anyone to join us for the Northeast District Show at the Boone County Fairgrounds on June 21. May everyone have a safe & quick planting season. Carrie Pollard
Greetings from the Northwest! Here’s hoping the spring planting is well on it’s way to completion after such a rocky start. I always look forward to the first garden crops as wellwe here at Mi-R-Mor have been enjoying a bumper crop of asparagus, rhubarb, and spinach! Well, after having a run of cold, rainy days, the sun broke out on May 3 to grace us with a lovely day for the Northwest IL Holstein Barn Meeting hosted by Craig, Bev and Kaylen Miller of Mil-K Valley in Orangeville. The morning started with milk and juice donated by Midwest Dairy as well as coffee and donuts generously provided by Pearl City Elevator. Craig and crew had the cows and barn looking good! Highlights of the tour were Mil-K’s new 40cow tie stall barn and revamped heifer barn that is a three-sided open air pole barn divided into several pens allowing heifer groups of 2-5 each. Kaylen’s Mil-R-Mor Sanchez Dulce just scored EX 90 to become a 5th generation Excellent. There were many young, just-fresh two-year-olds as well. A huge thank-you goes out to Lanark Ag for providing a satisfying lunch of ham sandwiches, baked beans, and chips, and Decatur Dairy for delicious cheese trays. The final event of the day was the NW Holstein Juniors’ bake sale. The goods were auctioned off by Phil Barker. The high-selling item was everyone’s favorite cherry pie. Thanks to Phil for donating his time and talent to help the juniors raise a whopping $646. There were about 85 people in attendance. Craig, Bev and Kaylen want to thank everyone for coming and friends who helped set up. It was a great day enjoyed by all. Thanks, Mil-K, for hosting! The Northwest Sizzler Sale was held May 16
MISSISSIPPI-VALLEY The Ruth Shupe family hosted our barn meeting on March 22. There was an open house at the farm to show the Lely Robotic Milking system that was installed in the fall. Then we gathered at The Store Room for our meeting. Melvin Kuhn will be ordained June 6 to the Roman Catholic Priesthood, in the South Dakota Diocese. Before entering seminary he received Bachelor and Master Degrees at the U of I, and received his PhD from Iowa State. A local reception is planned for June 22 at St. Edwards Church in Mendon. All are welcome. Graduates are Cory Thorman from Macomb High School, and brother Jordan Thorman from Macomb Junior High School. Cory Thorman takes agriculture classes at West Prairie High School, where is has been successful. He works for Welsh Cattle for his records and was named the winner for State FFA Beef Placement. He is also a finalist for Star Placement and earned his State FFA Degree. Beth Weas Cash
with a good crowd packing the bleachers. The sale got off to a good start with the semen sale to benefit the Junior Association. Semen was donated by ABS Global, Select Sires, Semex, Accelerated Genetics, Alta Genetis, Jetstream Genetics, Genex/CRI, and Ray Hess Sales. The sale average $2825 with about 65 lots selling. The top-seller at $6,200 was Lot 21KHW Redburst Madison-Red-ET, consigned by the High Altitude Syndicate and bought by London Jones of Texas. The 2nd high-selling animal was Lot 1, a March calf out of Rolling Lawns Rhythm, 2E-93, consigned by Michael Turley and purchased by Bob Miller and LeRoy Kleiner. The Northwest Juniors sponsored the food stand and silent auction, with funds going towards their National Convention activities. It will be a busy summer with graduation, the upcoming shows season, national convention, making hay, etc. Good luck to all as you participate in various endeavors. Hope to see many of you at the Northwest District Show on June 19th! Kathy Miller
TRI-COUNTY Congratulations to Bob and Kelly (Sheehan) Foerder who welcomed a son, Reid Michael, born April 4, 2014. He weighed 8 lbs. 5.5 oz and was 21 inches long. Congrats to the new family!
2014 STATE 4-H DAIRY JUDGING CONTEST
The Illinois 4-H Dairy Cattle Judging Contest will be held on Saturday August 16, 2014 in the Livestock Center at the Illinois State Fair in Springfield, Illinois. This is the State 4-H Dairy Contest and any 4-H member is welcome to participate. All contestants must be current 4-H members. Contestants are not required to be enrolled in a dairy project. Contest Information: 1. Contestant registration is to be made on the day of the contest at the State Fair. 2. Registration will be from 9:00 a.m. to 9:50 a.m. in the Livestock Center (open show ring) on the IL State Fairgrounds. 3. The contest will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Illinois Holstein Herald
August 16, 2014. 4. There will be six (6) classes of cows and heifers selected from various dairy breeds at the Illinois State Fair. 5. All 4-H contestants will be scored as a Jr. Division (13 years of age and younger as of January 1, 2014) or Sr. Division (14 years and older as of January 1, 2014) participant. 6. All participants will be invited to present oral reasons following the contest but it is not mandatory. 7. Contestants in the Jr. Division will be encouraged and offered the opportunity to give one set of written or oral reasons on a cow class. The Jr. contestants can read or
recite from memory their reasons. 8. HOWEVER, contestants in the Sr. Division who will be considered for selection to the State 4-H Team will be required to give two sets of oral reasons on cow classes. Illinois Team Selected for the National Contest The state 4-H dairy cattle judging team will be selected from participants in this contest. To be eligible for selection, members must have been 14 years of age and not older than 18 years of age as of January 1, 2014. The selected 2014 Illinois 4-H Dairy Judging Team will participate at the National Contest in Madison, Wisconsin on September 29, 2014. Page 13
FROM THE NATIONAL BOARD
The Holstein Association USA board of directors held its spring meeting in late March in Brattleboro, Vt. A number of important conversations and decisions took place and we’ll take a few moments to share some of the highlights. Financially speaking, the Holstein Association is on solid footing. The Audit Committee met the entire day prior to the Association’s twoday board meeting in Hartford, Conn. Audit Committee Chair Schaufelberger gave full report the following day at the board meeting. In addition to having a solid performance for the fiscal year, the Holstein Association’s Reserve Fund had a solid year as well. At year’s end, the Reserve Fund stood at $26.7 million. This does not include assets of Holstein Foundation of $6 million. In 2013, the Holstein Association’s Reserve Fund had a return of 15% while the Foundation (invested somewhat differently) yielded 12.5%. The concept of the Association’s Reserve Fund dates back to 1903. At the time, the Association’s directors and management set aside $20,000 over a three-year horizon to protect itself against financial downturns. Since that time, the Reserve Fund has grown a great deal. It is the stated goal to have one year’s operating expense set aside to shield itself against difficult financial conditions. Applying a little match, there the Association is $8.1 above its Reserve ($26.7 million minus $18.6 million financial production). That said, the Audit Committee recommended to the board of directors that the Association allocate up to 5 percent annually from the Reserve Fund be designated toward the betterment of the Holstein Association, its members and the Holstein cow. At least half of that 5 percent should target breed improvement and research, with the remainder targeted on capital
Your National Directors, Paul Buhr, Corey Geiger, Mark Kerndt & Boyd Schaufelberger
HEISNER NAMED GUEST OF HONOR
The National Dairy Shrine is pleased to announced the winners of this year’s award winners. Bernard Heisner is the Guest of Honor, the highest award from the National Dairy Shrine. This award goes to an individual that has had a dramatic impact on the dairy industry and its future. Bernard “Bernie” Page 14
improvements and other projects deemed necessary by the Holstein Association USA board of directors and staff. The board also took action to clarify the developments among Red Holsteins. In addition to the dominant black coat color allele and it recessive red carrier counterpart; there are two other alleles that effect coat color on the chromosome 18. There is the Black/ Red gene and the “wild-type red” allele. Both need to either be paired with each other or the recessive red carrier allele to be expressed in a Holstein. Up until now, “wild-type red” where categorized as Black/Red. After board action, the Association will begin taking action to correctly code these animals. Also new to the red front is the Dominant Red gene. Thanks to research at the University of California-Davis, we know this condition is found on Chromosome 3. As its name implies, an animal receiving a single copy of the dominant red allele from one parent will be red. This gene truly warrants being called Dominant Red because the dominant red allele will “dominate” all other coat color alleles. If an animal has even one copy of the Dominant Red allele, it will be red, even if the traditional gene is coding for black hair. Simply said, Dominant Red trumps all other forms of red color.
To recap order of inheritance for Red and White Holsteins: • DR = Dominant Red • Recessive Red modes of action: • ED = Black and White gene • EBR = Black-Red gene • E+ = “Wild-type” red • e = carrier of recessive red To learn more, go to: www.vgl.ucdavis.edu/ services/HolsteinCoatColor.php In other business, the Type Committee recommended that classification staff look into the possibility of coding secondary traits. The priority order included: crampiness, foot warts, rear teats too small and/or too far back, spread toes, recessed anus, udder quality, winged shoulders and high pins. The Genetic Advancement Committee held it’s meeting during the National Genetics Conference in Phoenix, Ariz. At that meeting, they discussed potential updates to the TPI formula. The board approved moving forward with an analysis of potential changes to the formula. Also at the meeting, Dr. Ben Dorshorst gave an in-depth discussion on the inheritance of polled genetics and how the frequencies of the gene could be increased within the breed. Also comparisons of genetic merit between polled and non-polled Holsteins was discussed by Dorshorst and the board. It is our pleasure to represent you on the national Holstein board. If you have questions or concerns, we’d appreciate hearing from you. We look forward to seeing you in Iowa this June.
Heisner, the General Manager of COBA/Select Sires has had a preeminent role in dairy industry not only for his company but for many allied industry organizations. During his over 20 year association with COBA, the company has grown to over 24 million dollars in sales and 130+ full time employees. COBA offices have also been utilized by the American Guernsey Association, Ayrshire Breeders Association, DHI Cooperative, Inc., Purebred Publishing and National Dairy
Shrine as headquarters over the years. Bernie has served the industry in many roles and shared his communication and writing skills with numerous dairy groups. Mr. Heisner has previously received recognition from the Ohio State Fair, Ohio 4-H Leadership Award, Ohio PDCA, The Ohio State University Dairy Service Award, Red & White Dairy Cattle Association and the National Dairy Shrine 4-E Award. Bernie Heisner has truly shaped the future of the dairy industry with his great passion for dairy people and cows. Congratulations to Bernie from the entire Illinois Holstein Association membership! Summer 2014
ILLINOIS CHAMPIONSHIP HOLSTEIN SHOW RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. All exhibitors must be members of the Illinois Holstein Association. 2. Entries for the state championship show are to be prepared and submitted online or handed to the show chairman or his representative upon check-in at the show. Entry forms will be available at www. illinoishoslteins.com and from your local show chairman. Entry fees are $20 per head and are to be paid upon check-in. 3. State health rules must be observed and health and identification papers must accompany all animals (including ET spring heifer calves) to the show. 4. All animals exhibited must be identified by official certificate verifying at least 87% Registered Holstein Ancestry (RHA) on Holstein Association USA, Inc. certificates. Ownership shall be established by the name listed on the identification certificate, or the presentation of the certificate along with a signed and completed transfer and fee to be retained by the state show chairman and forwarded to Brattleboro, VT. No calls will be made to Brattleboro to confirm ownership. 5. Cattle may arrive no earlier than 8 a.m. Tuesday, July 15 and must be off the grounds by 6 p.m. Friday, July 18. Animals being exhibited must be checked in by 3 p.m. on Wednesday, July 16 to be included in the show catalog. 6. Identification papers MUST be in hand at the district and state shows unless the animal is a recent purchase, then Rule 4 shall apply. 7. Every district show must use the same classes as described but may add additional classes. 8. The owner of the dam at the time of service shall be considered the breeder of the animal. Where a herd is registered in the names of different members of a family, and where the herd is one unit, all entries may be considered as exhibits of one breeder. Otherwise, when animals are bred in partnership, each unique partnership is considered a unique breeder. The breeder winning the most points (for a maximum of six animals exhibited in the open single classes by him/herself and/or other exhibitors) shall be designated the Premier Breeder. In classes with ten or less animals, no more than two head per breeder will be counted toward premier breeder. 9. An exhibitor must be the owner. In case a herd is registered or bred in the names of different members of a family, residing on one farm or breeding establishment, and where the herd is one unit, all entries may be considered as a single exhibitor for all group classes. However, members of one family, where cattle are not housed as one unit will not be considered a single exhibitor. When animals are owned in partnership, each unique partnership is considered a unique exhibitor. The exhibitor winning the most points (for a maximum of six animals which he/she owns and exhibits in the open single classes) shall be designated the Premier Exhibitor. In classes with ten or less animals, no more than two head per exhibitor will be counted toward premier points. 10. An exhibitor must exhibit at least one animal at a district show to be eligible to exhibit any number at the championship show. 11. Exhibitor’s Herd—Five (5) head, owned by exhibitor, three (3) to have been bred by exhibitor. Two (2) females over 2 years of age (milking), two (2) under 2 years of age and one (1) any age. 12. Premier Breeder and Exhibitor awards will be based on a total of six (6) head using the following point system. Heifers (classes 1-7) and dry cows (classes 9 and 10) - 1st, 7; 2nd, 6; 3rd, 5; 4th, 4; 5th,3; 6th,2; 7th, 1. Cows, 2 Years and Over—1st, 10; 2nd, 9; 3rd, 8; 4th, 7; 5th, 6; 6th, 5; 7th, 4; 8th, 3; 9th, 2; 10th, 1. 13. Production awards will be presented in the Open Show in classes 9, 10, 14-16, 18-20. In the 150,000#
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class the award will go to the highest lifetime producer. In the other classes the animal with the highest official DHI 305d 2x actual milk, or combined fat and protein record (CFP), regardless of age when made, shall be the winner. Official lifetime or lactation sheets must be presented for verification. 14. First and second best udders will be designated at the Illinois Championship show in each milking class. 15. First place Bred and Owned animal will be recognized in classes1-7 and 9, 10, 12-16 & 18-20. 16. A Junior Champion and Reserve Junior Champion will be chosen from classes 1-7. Following selection of Junior Champion, all first place non-milking age bred and owned animals (classes 1-7) will be shown for Junior Champion Bred and Owned. An Intermediate Champion and Reserve Intermediate Champion will be chosen from classes 12, 13, 14, 15 following class 15. A Senior Champion and Reserve Senior Champion will be chosen from classes 9, 10, 16, 18, 19 & 20 after class 20. Prior to selection of Grand Champion, all first place milking-aged bred and owned animals (classes 9, 10, 12-16 & 18-20) will be shown for Champion Bred and Owned. 17. Milk sales may be used to pay for the use of the fairgrounds. Please do not dump good milk. Please don’t put milk from treated cows in the tank. 18. It is recommended that a partnership animal be shown at only one state show, that being where it is primarily housed. 19. The interpretation of the rules or any other decision regarding the show will be the responsibility of the local committee. The same policy applies to the championship show except the state show committee is responsible. 2014 SHOW BASE DATES AND CLASSES 1. Spring Heifer Calf 3/1/14 and after 2. Winter Heifer Calf 12/1/13 to 2/28/14 3. Fall Heifer Calf 9/1/13 to 11/30/13 4. Summer Yearling 6/1/13 to 8/31/13 5. Spring Yearling 3/1/13 to 5/31/13 6. Winter Yearling 12/1/12 to 2/28/13 7. Fall Yearling 9/1/12 to 11/30/12 8. Junior Best Three 9. Dry 3 & 4 Year Old 9/1/09 to 8/31/11 10. Dry Aged Cow Before 9/1/09 11. 2 Year Old Futurity #46 12. Junior 2 Year Old 3/1/12 to 8/31/12 13. Senior 2 Year Old 9/1/11 to 2/28/12 14. Junior 3 Year Old 3/1/11 to 8/31/11 15. Senior 3 Year Old 9/1/10 to 2/28/11 16. 4 Year Old 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 17. 5 Year Old Futurity #22 18. 5 Year Old 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 19. Aged Cow Before 9/1/06 20. 150,000# Cow Must bring DHI or DHIR 21. Dam and Daughter 22. Best Three Females 23. Produce of Dam 24. Exhibitor’s Herd RIBBONS AND TROPHIES State Open Show: Ribbons to first ten (10) places; medallion to first and second place animals; rosette to first bred and owned animal; ribbon to first and second place best udder in milking classes; award to all champion and reserve champions; award to Champion Udder. State Junior Show: Ribbons will be awared in the heifer and cow classes; additional awards will be given for champions. Ribbons and Trophies: Provided by the Illinois Holstein Association. Trophy donations are accepted from any business or breeder. Notify state secretary or show chairman if desiring to be a contributor.
HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION USA SHOW RING POLICY Showing cattle is an important part of the promoting, merchandising and breeding Registered HolsteinSM cattle for breeders and Holstein Association USA, Inc. to stimulate and sustain interest in breeding Registered HolsteinSM cattle. For the full list of Holstein Association USA Show RIng Policies, please visit www.holsteinusa.com. ENFORCEMENT OF HOLSTEIN SHOW RING POLICY Though the position on setting teats has been modified, it is the position of the Board of Directors that the practice should not be condoned and will be treated with slight to serious discrimination by the judge and show management. It is the responsibility of Holstein show judges at all levels of shows to take appropriate action if any teats are set or in any way manipulated to an unnatural position. While all milking animals must be subject to examination, the judge is instructed to closely examine the top five animals, not only for set teats, but for any other form of tampering requiring discrimination or disqualification. GENERAL RULES The Holstein Show Committee and the Illinois Holstein Association Board of Directors reserve the final and absolute right to interpret the rules and regulations of the Shows and will settle and determine all matters, questions, or differences in regard thereto or otherwise arising out of, or in connection with the Shows. In the event a question arises concerning the animal’s age, the Show Committee Chairperson may request that an individual registration certificate be checked at ringside. ILLINOIS HOLSTEIN SHOW RING POLICY The following practices or procedures are unacceptable in the showing of registered dairy cattle: i. Criticizing or interfering with the judge, show management, other exhibitors, or other conduct detrimental to the breed or show; ii. Misrepresenting the age or ownership of an animal or the number of calvings and/or stage of lactation; iii. Filling an animal’s rumen unnaturally with liquid (tubing); iv. Balancing the udder by any means other than leaving naturally produced milk in any or all quarters; v. Treating the udder internally with an irritant, counterirritant, or any other substance to temporarily improve conformation; vi. Overfilling or over bagging of udders; vii. Treating the udder externally with an irritant, counterirritant, or any other substance to temporarily improve conformation (allowable practices/ substances include sealing and setting teats, but not shrinking or shortening teats); viii. Roping udders and the use of objects to physically improve definition of the suspensory center ligament; ix. Administering epidural anesthesia (blocking tails) and/or applying any irritant either externally or internally to the perineal (rectum and vagina) area; x. Inserting foreign material/articles under the skin, into the topline or on the feet (administration of acceptable medications is permitted); xi. Performing surgery of any kind to change the natural contour of appearance of the animal’s body, hide, or hair. Not included is the removal of warts, teats, horns, clipping and dressing of hair and trimming of hooves; xii. Draining of fluid from hocks unless authorized by a veterinarian at the show. xiii. Excessive manipulation of hair and/or the use of any hair not naturally attached to the animal or the use of any substance or material which is intended to resemble or intimate hair; xiv. Mistreatment of animals; xv. Any un-sportsmanship like conduct during the event.
MONITORING PROCEDURES The Ethics Committee, as defined below, shall have the authority to inspect all animals to determine if violations of Illinois Holstein Association Show Ring Policy have occurred. To help in this regard, the Ethics Committee has the authority to perform and review results of the following: i. An ultrasound examination of the udder of selected animals immediately upon completion of respective milking class competition. It shall be the exhibitor’s responsibility to deliver the selected cow to the designated testing area. Within a reasonable time following said testing, the ultrasound official shall submit his/her report to the Illinois Holstein Association. ii. A milk out of any individual cow and/or iii. The collection and testing of any of the animal’s body fluids and/or iv. The use of any other technology that may be useful in determining if a violation in any animal based on placement, random selection, or suspect characteristics. The Ethics Committee or Show Chairman may, at any time, require the delivery to them of any hair samples or hypodermic syringe, needle or other device, swabs, cloths, or other material, or samples or any medicine, preparation, or substance, whether in liquid or other form, in the possession or control of exhibitor, fitters, agents, or person acting on behalf of exhibitor for analysis. ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES i. The Illinois Holstein Association Board of Directors shall appoint an Ethics Committee to monitor
violations at all state sponsored shows. The Ethics Committee shall consist of an anonymous team of at least three members. ii. Complaints of alleged violations must be presented in written and signed form to the Show Chairman of respective show no later than the final day of the respective show, except ultrasound results as noted as above. iii. If it is suspected that a violation will occur if an animal is shown the Show Chairman will inform the exhibitor that the showing of that animal may result in a violation of the Illinois Holstein Association Show Ring Policy. If the exhibitor decides not to show that animal, no violation will have occurred. iv. All complaints of alleged violations (as is designated in Enforcement Procedures point #2) received by the Show Chairman must be presented in written and signed form to the IHA for review of the Ethics Committee within five (5) days of receiving that notice of alleged violations, with the Ethics Committee to make a decision on the violations within ten (10) days. v. The Illinois Holstein Association President will notify the accused exhibitor immediately of the Ethics Committee decision that a violation has occurred and all the supportive evidence will be shared with the exhibitor. Within thirty (30) days the Illinois Holstein Association Show Committee shall review the findings from the Ethics Committee and make a recommendation to the Illinois Holstein Association Board of Directors of the disciplinary action. The exhibitor will be able to participate in the Show Committee meeting. The Illinois Holstein Association
Board of Directors shall meet on the same day to review that findings of the Ethics Committee, recommendations from the Show Committee and hear any presentations the exhibitor wishes to present. vi. The accused exhibitor must notify the Illinois Holstein Association within seven (7) days of receiving the violation notice of their intent to participate in the Show Committee meeting and/or the Illinois Holstein Association Board of Directors meeting, which is set for reviewing the evidence of the alleged violation(s) and the disciplinary action to be taken. vii. If the alleged violator is found in violation of the Illinois Holstein Association Show Ring Policy, the Illinois Holstein Association Board of Directors, at its discretion may pass onto the violator(s) its costs associated with violations, enforcement and review of violation(s). Cost associated with the review and/or appeals process must be paid in full; if this assessment is not paid in full the violator(s) will not be in “good standing” with the Illinois Holstein Association and therefore be denied any and all membership benefits of the association (voting, showing, etc.). viii. Illinois Holstein Association Board of Directors and/ or the Show Committee may consider previous violations by an exhibitor in their decision of disciplinary action. ix. During this entire process the Directors of the Illinois Holstein Association Board, the Ethics Committee, the Show Committee, and members will not be obligated to maintain confidentiality.
ILLINOIS CHAMPIONSHIP JUNIOR HOLSTEIN SHOW DISTRICT AND CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW RULES OWNERSHIP 1. Each animal to be exhibited must be must be identified by official certificate verifying at least 87% Registered Holstein Ancestry (RHA) on Holstein Association USA, Inc. certificates with ownership listed in the name(s) of the Illinois Junior Exhibitor(s) only. Partnership animals (if all junior members) will be allowed, but verification by Holstein Association as to partner members must accompany the certificate at check in. EXHIBITOR 1. A Junior exhibitor must be a member of the Illinois Holstein Association, Inc. 2. A junior exhibitor must not yet have turned 21 by January 1, 2014. TITLE 1. All animals - must be recorded in the name of the exhibitor before June 1 of the current year. (This applies to the Illinois Junior Championship Show and national shows - for the state fair animals over 2 years of age must be recorded in the name of the exhibitor before January 1 of the current year.) CLASSES 1. Junior classes will include SINGLE female classes as listed for the Open Show. (Classes #1 through 20 with the exception of #8, 11 and 17.) 2. District shows: A Junior Champion, Reserve Junior Champion, Intermediate Champion, Reserve Intermediate Champion, Senior Champion and Reserve Senior Champion, Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion of the Junior show will be selected. Ribbons will be provided for these awards. Other champions may be selected if the local club provides awards. 3. Championship Junior Show: A first place Bred and Owned award will be given in each class. Certificates must accompany the animal and exhibitor to the ring and will be checked. The recorded breeder must be identical to the owner. 4. Championship Junior Show: A Junior Champion, Reserve Junior Champion, Intermediate Champion, Reserve Intermediate Champion, Senior Champion,
Reserve Senior Champion, Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion will be selected. A Champion and Reserve Champion Bred and Owned will be selected from 1st place bred and owned animals. 5. Order of showing at the Junior Championship Show will be: senior females classes starting with Junior 2-year-olds, then junior female classes, ending the day with Showmanship. 6. First and second place class winners will be designated Junior All-Illinois and Reserve Junior All-Illinois, respectively. SHOWING 1. Junior exhibitors will be required to pay the $20 per head entry fee payable at the time of arrival at the Illinois Championship Show. 2. Local Holstein clubs may either hold a separate Junior Show or show classes simultaneously with the Open Show with proper recognition given to the Junior exhibitors. 3. The same animals MUST be shown at a district/ local show during the current year to show at the state show. A junior may substitute one animal not shown at the district show for one animal shown at the district show (Mississippi Valley Juniors must exhibit their animals at their district show following the state show). All Open Show rules except #10 will be adhered to for the Junior Show. 4. All Junior Championship show exhibitors will be responsible for filling out show entry blanks prior to their district show, have each animal shown initialed on the entry blank by a district show official, and return them at the Illinois Championship Junior Show. The initialed entry blanks will be proof of being shown at a district show and thus meeting Rule #3 above. 5. Junior exhibitors must show their own animals. Adult assistance will be permitted where the Junior member cannot properly handle the animal. In such cases the Junior exhibitor must remain with the animal. 6. If a Junior exhibitor cannot be present to show their animal, the Junior may request that an alternate leadsman be permitted to lead their animal. The
alternate leadsman must be two or less years older than the owner. An Alternate Leadsman Request Form must be submitted to the Junior Show chairman who will grant approval if there is a valid reason that owner is not exhibiting their own animal. SHOWMANSHIP CLASSES Any Illinois Junior Holstein Association member is eligible to compete. At the Championship Show, entry must be made with the show office and will be listed in the catalog if made by 2 p.m., Wednesday, July 16. Any current junior member of the Illinois Holstein Association may exhibit another Junior owned animal in the Showmanship contests ONLY. Current membership and payment must be on file with the show office by 2 p.m., Wednesday, July 16. Juniors exhibiting animals in the Junior show, beyond the Showmanship contests, may only use their Junior owned animals for Showmanship. Each local show may hold showmanship classes and will determine the age divisions based on need and participation on an individual level. There will be four divisions at the state level combining boys and girls together in each division: Junior - 12 years of age and under; Intermediate 13 to 16 years of age; Senior - 17 years and older; Advanced - any junior who is under 21 years of age, but who has won the Senior age division and wishes to still compete in Showmanship. All ages determined as of January 1, 2014. At the championship show, the top three boys and top three girls will be recognized in each division within the class. The top boy and top girl from each contest are then invited back to compete in the Advanced division at the conclusion of the Showmanship contest. A junior may compete in their respective division until they have won their division at the state show. A previous Junior or Intermediate division winner may compete in the next higher division. Any junior under the age of 21 who has won the Senior division is eligible to compete in the Advanced division at state show.
ILLINOIS PRODUCTION LEADERS FOR MILK, MAY 2014 305-DAY 2X JUNIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END MS NEU-WAY MORTY C ALLIE-ET Dennis Neuhaus, Hoyleton 2-02 44,270 2.5 1122 3.1 1362 2/06 NEU-WAY ZACK ALLIE-ET Dennis Neuhaus, Hoyleton 2-03 38,260 3.4 1302 3.2 1220 7/00 SANDY-VALLEY HERSH BENJI-ET O-Bee Holsteins, Dakota 2-05 37,680 4.3 1608 3.1 1159 8/04 305-DAY 3X JUNIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR SOCRATES FLIPPER Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-03 36,300 3.5 1268 2.9 1054 2/12 LACLAR MILLION FARLEE Koester Dairy, Dakota 1-10 36,250 3.5 1273 3.0 1089 3/12 ILLINI DELANO CATHY University of Illinois, Urbana 2-03 35,800 2.9 1038 2.8 1015 9/08 365-DAY 2X JUNIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END MS NEU-WAY MORTY C ALLIE-ET Dennis Neuhaus, Hoyleton 2-02 49,930 2.6 1277 3.1 1551 4/06 NEU-WAY ZACK ALLIE-ET Dennis Neuhaus, Hoyleton 2-03 45,100 3.5 1571 3.2 1448 9/00 SANDY-VALLEY HERSH BENJI-ET O-Bee Holsteins, Dakota 2-05 43,570 4.2 1830 3.1 1365 10/04 365-DAY 3X JUNIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END Koester Dairy, Dakota LACLAR ARI LABRIT 2-04 42,270 3.3 1409 2.9 1233 9/12 LACLAR GRAYBIL IVA Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-00 41,750 3.4 1438 3.0 1245 3/13 LACLAR SOCRATES FLIPPER Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-03 41,530 3.8 1575 3.0 129 4/12 305-DAY 2X SENIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END NEU-WAY CONVINCER AMBER-ET Dennis Neuhaus, Hoyleton 2-11 40,570 3.7 1486 3.2 1316 12/03 SHANNONDOAH TALENT BLAZE Robert Gunderson, Shannon 2-11 36,030 2.5 897 2.8 1020 1/13 MIL-R-MOR INTEG ROLUA Robert Miller, Orangeville 2-08 35,770 3.8 1372 3.1 1124 4/03 305-DAY 3X SENIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END SCHEIDAIRY SANA 9064 Douglas N. Scheider, Freeport 2-09 41,390 2.4 1010 2.8 1122 10/12 LACLAR MILLION FARLEE Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-11 41,340 3.6 1 504 3.0 1260 4/13 SCHEIDAIRY WARRIOR ALYSE Douglas N. Scheider, Freeport 2-06 40,900 2.9 1180 2.6 1044 8/06 365-DAY 2X SENIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END NEU-WAY CONVINCER AMBER-ET Dennis Neuhaus, Hoyleton 2-11 45,750 3.7 1708 3.3 1508 2/04 SHANNONDOAH TALENT BLAZE Rob Gunderson, Shannon 2-11 43,580 2.6 1112 2.8 1242 3/13 CARTERS-CORNER BOMBAY PENNY Carters Corner, Greenville 2-09 43,220 3.1 1325 3.0 1282 6/05 365-DAY 3X SENIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END SCHEIDAIRY SANA 9064 Douglas N. Scheider, Freeport 2-09 46,450 2.5 1155 2.7 1271 12/12 GOLDEN-OAKS CHAMP Golden Oaks Farm, Wauconda 2-08 45,920 3.1 1415 2.7 1231 12/13 LACLAR MILLION FARLEE Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-11 44,930 3.7 1652 3.1 1380 5/13 305-DAY 2X JUNIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END BDG-GENETICS AMEL MYRA Robert Miller, Orangeville 3-02 42,730 3.9 1646 3.1 1337 3/03 VIJON NEWS LILY Nathan L. Babler, Rock City 3-03 42,030 3.4 1421 2.8 1166 12/99 H-R-Z OSCAR BESSIE-ET Carters Corner, Greenville 3-01 41,000 4.6 1868 3.4 1376 8/97 305-DAY 3X JUNIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR SHOTTLE SHARLYN Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-01 40,530 4.2 1688 3.1 1246 9/12 LACLAR MOSCOW FANCY Koester Dairy, Dakota 12/12 3-02 40,500 3.3 1335 3.0 1201 GOLDEN-OAKS LAVINIA-ET Golden Oaks Farm, Wauconda 3-03 40,430 3.8 1554 2.6 1059 11/03 365-DAY 2X JUNIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END BDG-GENETICS AMEL MYRA Robert Miller, Orangeville 3-02 50,250 3.8 1906 3.1 1577 5/03 VIJON NEWS LILY Nathan L. Babler, Rock City 3-03 47,890 3.5 1684 2.9 1368 2/00 H-R-Z OSCAR BESSIE-ET Carters Corner, Greenville 3-01 47,500 4.5 2119 3.4 1599 10/97 365-DAY 3X JUNIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LYONDEN BAXTER HILLARY Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-02 46,780 3.5 1614 2.9 1349 5/12
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LACLAR SHOTTLE SHARLYN Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-01 46,770 4.3 1992 3.1 1462 11/12 LACLAR MOSCOW FANCY Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-02 46650 94 3.40 1599 3.10 1439 2/13 305-DAY 2X SENIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END MS PRICE MEYER STAR Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 3-09 49,560 5.5 2708 2.8 1393 4/10 J-DON BAILEE MABEL-RED-ET Elm Farms, Okawville 3-09 47,520 3.2 1528 2.6 1232 7/99 MIL-R-MOR MARILEE Robert Miller, Orangeville 3-09 44,720 4.6 2062 3.0 1341 7/03 305-DAY 3X SENIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR BOLIVER LAKOLA Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-09 43,060 3.8 1648 2.9 1255 6/13 SCHEIDAIRY GOLDENGATE ELISA Douglas N. Scheider, Freeport 3-07 42,120 3.0 1268 2.8 1169 6/06 SCHEIDAIRY MATCHES 6145 Douglas N. Scheider, Freeport 3-08 41,740 2.4 1015 2.7 1126 1/11 365-DAY 2X SENIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END J-DON BAILEE MABEL-RED-ET Elm Farms, Okawville 3-09 54,190 3.2 1752 2.6 1420 9/99 MS PRICE MEYER STAR Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 3-09 54,130 5.5 2957 2.8 1528 6/10 K-LANE MORTY BOSTON-TW Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 3-06 50,230 4.5 2280 2.7 1372 6/10 365-DAY 3X SENIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR BOLIVER LAKOLA Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-09 50,310 3.9 1952 2.9 1474 8/13 SCHEIDAIRY MATCHES 6145 Douglas N. Scheider, Freeport 3-08 49,190 2.4 1198 2.7 1332 3/11 SCHEIDAIRY GOLDENGATE ELISA Douglas N. Scheider, Freeport 3-07 48,630 3.2 1534 2.8 1372 8/06 305-DAY 2X JUNIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END K-LANE NORMAN LYNDSEY Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 4-05 45,810 4.2 1908 2.9 1324 6/10 LUCK-E JED BIKINI-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 4-02 42,670 4.8 2037 3.1 1311 1/06 K-LANE PAT APPLE Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 4-03 42,570 5.6 2388 2.8 1208 04/10 305-DAY 3X JUNIOR FOUR YEAR OLD END AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT SHANKS FRMTN BEANS W-64 Shanks Farm, Garden Prairie 4-01 42,810 3.6 1530 3.0 1272 9/03 LACLAR AIRRAID JAYCI Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-04 42,150 3.8 1620 3.0 1253 3/13 LACLAR PONTIAC GOODNESS Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-05 42,030 3.2 1342 2.8 1197 8/13 365-DAY 2X JUNIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END K-LANE NORMAN LYNDSEY Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 4-05 49,250 4.2 2056 2.9 1433 8/10 SCHAUFINE DURHAM BELIEVE Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 4-05 49,230 4.0 1979 2.8 1376 2/10 LUCK-E JED BIKINI-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 4-02 49,070 4.9 2391 3.2 1573 3/06 365-DAY 3X JUNIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR WILDMAN ABBIGAIL Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-00 48,880 3.4 1668 2.8 1370 10/11 LACLAR SHOTTLE KOTTON Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-00 48,270 3.1 1500 2.9 1412 4/11 GLENKEEN CLARK LISA Golden Oaks Farm, Wauconda 4-05 47,460 3.5 1668 3.1 1453 3/07 305-DAY 2X SENIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END MIL-R-MOR RUDOLPH SCARLET Robert Miller, Orangeville 4-10 50,470 4.0 1998 3.0 1500 4/03 LUCK-E MASON KARLIE Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 4-06 50,250 5.0 2532 3.0 1531 10/03 MIL-R-MOR PAULETA Robert Miller, Orangeville 4-10 46,660 3.5 1630 2.8 1324 8/02 305-DAY 3X SENIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR BUCKEYE HIPPIE Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-11 42,560 3.6 1536 3.0 1271 7/12 LACLAR PRONTO LAPETRA-ET Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-06 42,000 3.8 1597 2.9 1227 7/13 LUCKY-KING CHAMPION GLADYS Lueking Dairy Farm, Centralia 4-08 41,860 6.1 2543 3.1 1295 8/12 365-DAY 2X SENIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LUCK-E MASON KARLIE Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 12/03 4-06 56,630 5.0 2838 3.2 1785 MIL-R-MOR RUDOLPH SCARLET Robert Miller, Orangeville 4-10 54,090 4.0 2140 3.0 1616 5/03 MIL-R-MOR PAULETA Robert Miller, Orangeville 4-10 51,520 3.5 1783 2.8 1462 10/02
365-DAY 3X SENIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR SCOOP LACOOCOO Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-11 49,540 4.2 2059 3.0 1463 6/13 LACLAR PRONTO LAPETRA-ET Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-06 47,940 3.8 1836 2.9 1409 9/13 LUCKY-KING CHAMPION GLADYS Lueking Dairy Farm, Centralia 4-08 47,450 5.9 2803 3.2 1502 10/12 305-DAY 2X MATURE AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END MS PRICE-VIEW DOLLY Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 6-03 51,750 3.9 2019 2.8 1443 11/10 LOGGANLANE SKY AUGUSTINE-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 5-01 49,100 4.4 2173 3.2 1569 8/04 LUCK-E SKYCHIEF ARIZONA-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 5-01 49,020 5.0 2472 3.1 1500 4/04 305-DAY 3X MATURE AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR SHOTTLE LAKIA Koester Dairy, Dakota 6-05 44660 94 3.80 1715 2.90 1291 7/13 Douglas Scheider, Freeport SCHEIDAIRY MATCHES 6145 5-03 44,450 3.7 1661 2.8 1247 9/12 LUCKY-KING LUKE JANET Lueking Dairy Farm, Centralia 5-03 43,960 3.0 1331 2.6 1161 10/05 365-DAY 2X MATURE AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LOGGANLANE SKY AUGUSTINE-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 5-01 57,030 4.3 2474 3.3 1874 10/04 J-MAKER EMORY BELL James Schumacher, Teutopolis 6-03 56,570 3.9 2213 2.8 1563 3/07 LUCK-E SKYCHIEF ARIZONA-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 5-01 56,280 5.1 2872 3.1 1749 6/01 365-DAY 3X MATURE AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR SHOTTLE KOTTON Koester Dairy, Dakota 5-02 51,830 3.3 1697 3.1 1582 6/12 LACLAR ARICK LESTIE Koester Dairy, Dakota 5-03 51,570 3.7 1891 3.0 1567 4/13 LACLAR SHOTTLE LAKIA Koester Dairy, Dakota 6-05 50,800 3.8 1940 2.9 1490 9/13 305-DAY 2X SENIOR AGED AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END MIL-R-MOR SIMON VERINA Robert Miller, Orangeville 14-08 32,450 3.6 1164 2.9 957 7/01 VITAL-I BLACKSTAR VERONICA Barry A. Nichols, Hebron 14-11 29,960 3.4 1019 2.9 880 4/07 MAPLEWOOD LANE DORA MEGA Jim N. Beane, Godfrey 16-04 25,520 2.9 745 9/74 305-DAY 3X SENIOR AGED AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END FRHM WALKWAY PATSY JANICE Marvin L. Meyer, Liberty 14-04 12,740 3.4 434 2.7 338 3/93 QUALITY-RIDGE MASON IONE Car-Mer Farm, Galena 14-10 11,010 3.7 410 3.0 325 12/11 ROCK-I ALCARTRA FANCY K JAMIE Rock-I Farms, Orangeville 16-06 7,950 3.7 295 9/82 365-DAY 2X SENIOR AGED AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END MIL-R-MOR SIMON VERINA Robert Miller, Orangeville 14-08 37,920 3.5 1334 2.9 1110 9/01 VITAL-I BLACKSTAR VERONICA Barry A. Nichols, Hebron 14-11 34,900 3.4 1176 3.0 1037 6/07 MAPLEWOOD LANE DORA MEGA Jim N. Beane, Godfrey 16-04 28,730 3.0 855 11/74 365-DAY 3X SENIOR AGED AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END RHM WALKWAY PATSY JANICE Marvin L. Meyer, Liberty 14-04 14,500 3.4 497 2.7 387 5/93
ILLINOIS PRODUCTION LEADERS FOR FAT, MAY 2014 305-DAY 2X JUNIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END R-HOMESTEAD ADVNT RENAY-RED Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 2-00 31,720 5.7 1820 2.9 906 3/10 K-LANE PAT APPLE Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 2-03 31,320 5.3 1663 2.9 920 4/08 K-LANE COMRAD DELLA Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 2-03 31,470 5.2 1621 3.0 945 5/11 305-DAY 3X JUNIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR MICHAEL SALSA Koester Dairy, Dakota 1-11 30,850 4.9 1515 3.2 993 7/12 K-STAR PLANET NICHOLE-TW Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-02 29,970 5.0 1501 3.4 1029 2/14 K-STAR RUSSELL KRYSTA Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-00 32,790 4.6 1495 3.0 995 7/13 365-DAY 2X JUNIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END CARTERS-CORNER TAG APPLE-ET Carters Corner, Greenville 2-04 40,630 4.7 1923 3.3 1323 5/03 R-HOMESTEAD ADVNT RENAY-RED Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 2-00 33,780 5.6 1906 2.9 976 3/10 K-LANE COMRAD DELLA Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 2-03 36,680 5.0 1845 3.1 1122 7/11 365-DAY 3X JUNIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END K-STAR RUSSELL KRYSTA Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-00 38,330 4.6 1777 3.1 1176 9/13 LACLAR ALEXANDER ARIEL Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-03 36,400 4.7 1698 3.4 1232 12/12 LACLAR MICHAEL SALSA Koester Dairy, Dakota 1-11 34,410 4.9 1684 3.2 1113 8/12 305-DAY 2X SENIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END K-LANE GARRISON PARIS Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 2-10 32,650 5.4 1751 3.0 968 1/10 ROTESOWN JOLT ROSA Robert Miller, Orangeville 2-09 32,160 5.2 1661 3.3 1046 4/03 K-LANE CEVIS SASHA Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 2-06 26,970 5.9 1602 3.0 812 2/08 305-DAY 3X SENIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR MOSCOW SUNSHINE Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-06 34,830 4.5 1552 3.2 1120 2/13 LACLAR RAMOS AMYRAE Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-11 32,210 4.4 1423 3.3 1051 7/11 LACLAR AIRRAID LIVIA Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-11 32,400 4.3 1398 3.2 1021 9/12 365-DAY 2X SENIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END ROTESOWN JOLT ROSA Robert Miller, Orangeville 2-09 36,420 5.2 1908 3.3 1206 6/03 PROBSTLAND ELYSIA EYVETE-ET Probstland Dairy, Wheeler 2-11 40,250 4.6 1863 3.3 1341 9/06 K-LANE GARRISON PARIS Rodger Koehn, Peotone 2-10 33,970 5.4 1820 3.0 1013 1/10 365-DAY 3X SENIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR MICHAEL SALSA Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-11 34,760 4.9 1715 3.3 1132 8/13 LACLAR MOSCOW SUNSHINE Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-06 34,830 4.5 1552 3.2 1120 2/13 LACLAR DEANN HALLELUJAH Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-11 37,100 4.9 1802 3.5 1305 11/13 305-DAY 2X JUNIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END JWB-HAVEN EMILY LYRIC Elm Farms, Okawville 3-05 35,220 5.5 1943 2.9 1019 11/03 K-LANE PEYTON DENISE Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 3-01 28,760 6.6 1896 2.8 797 1/10 K-LANE BREAKOUT BLOSSOM Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 3-01 31,360 6.0 1873 2.7 852 1/12 305-DAY 3X JUNIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR SHOTTLE SHARLYN Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-01 40,530 4.2 1688 3.1 1246 9/12 LACLAR NORSKI FALLYN Koester Dairy, Dakota 5/12 3-00 32,210 5.2 1681 3.8 1233 LACLAR TOYSTORY LATOYA-ET Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-04 38,360 4.3 1641 3.1 1170 5/11 365-DAY 2X JUNIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END H-R-Z OSCAR BESSIE-ET Carters Corner, Greenville 10/97 3-01 47,500 4.5 2119 3.4 1599 JWB-HAVEN EMILY LYRIC Elm Farms, Okawville 3-05 39,400 5.3 2101 3.0 1169 1/04 K-LANE BREAKOUT BLOSSOM Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 3-01 34,310 6.1 2094 2.8 947 12/12 365-DAY 3X JUNIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR SHOTTLE SHARLYN Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-01 46,770 4.3 1992 3.1 1462 11/12
LACLAR ARMSTEAD ANYA Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-02 44,320 4.3 1889 3.3 1484 12/12 LACLAR NORSKI FALLYN Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-00 35,190 5.3 1855 3.8 1353 6/12 305-DAY 2X SENIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END MS PRICE MEYER STAR Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 3-09 49,560 5.5 2708 2.8 1393 4/10 LOGGANLANE SKY MATILDA-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 3-06 44,680 4.9 2169 3.0 1331 11/04 MIL-R-MOR MARILEE Robert Miller, Orangeville 3-09 44,720 4.6 2062 3.0 1341 7/03 305-DAY 3X SENIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END GOLDEN-OAKS POTTER 4299 Golden Oaks Farm, Wauconda 3-10 33,210 5.3 1754 3.3 1109 9/11 LACLAR AIRRAID KUMI Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-07 38,560 4.4 1706 3.3 1256 11/13 LACLAR BOLIVER LAKOLA Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-09 43,060 3.8 1648 2.9 1255 6/13 365-DAY 2X SENIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END MS PRICE MEYER STAR Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 3-09 54,130 5.5 2957 2.8 1528 6/10 LOGGANLANE SKY MATILDA-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 3-06 49,900 4.8 2383 3.0 1502 1/05 MIL-R-MOR MARILEE Robert Miller, Orangeville 3-09 49,100 4.7 2287 3.0 1477 9/03 365-DAY 3X SENIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR AIRRAID KUMI Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-07 44,420 4.4 1964 3.4 1500 1/14 LACLAR BOLIVER LAKOLA Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-09 50,310 3.9 1952 2.9 1474 8/13 WILLSONA LEE ALLENA Golden Oaks Farm, Wauconda 3-10 38,050 4.9 1867 3.3 1270 11/04 305-DAY 2X JUNIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END K-LANE PAT APPLE Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 4-03 42,570 5.6 2388 2.8 1208 04/10 LUCK-E RUBENS KAYLIE-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 4-05 38,660 5.7 2186 3.4 1302 1/07 ELM-NOR-WAY LIONEL WAFFLE Elm Farms, Okawville 4-03 41,720 5.0 2072 3.1 1291 8/02 305-DAY 3X JUNIOR FOUR YEAR OLD END AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT LACLAR SCOOP ALEXA Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-02 36,350 4.7 1713 3.3 1202 8/12 LACLAR ARMSTEAD ANYA Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-04 39,480 4.3 1699 3.1 1227 12/13 LACLAR ELEGANT LOLLI Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-02 38,360 4.4 1692 3.1 1191 4/13 365-DAY 2X JUNIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END K-LANE PAT APPLE Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 4-03 46,410 5.6 2587 2.9 1326 6/10 LUCK-E RUBENS KAYLIE-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 4-05 43,520 5.7 2466 3.5 1515 3/07 LUCK-E JED BIKINI-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 4-02 49,070 4.9 2391 3.2 1573 3/06 365-DAY 3X JUNIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR ARMSTEAD ANYA Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-04 46,520 4.4 2032 3.2 1474 2/14 LACLAR BOLTON STARLIT Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-04 41,270 4.8 1974 3.4 1404 3/13 LACLAR BOLIVER LAMYRNA Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-05 40,700 4.8 1938 3.3 1348 1/14 305-DAY 2X SENIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LUCK-E MASON KARLIE Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 4-06 50,250 5.0 2532 3.0 1531 10/03 LUCK-E LEE TABITHA-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 4-11 35,750 6.3 2245 3.4 1222 6/07 JWB-HAVEN EMILY LYRIC Elm Farms, Okawville 4-10 42,500 5.2 2220 2.9 1249 4/05 305-DAY 3X SENIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR SCOOP LACOOCOO Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-11 41,790 4.2 1752 2.9 1222 5/13 LACLAR SHOTTLE SOPHILA-ET Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-09 37,340 4.5 1693 3.0 1110 3/12 LACLAR SATIRE HANUKAH Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-08 36,350 4.6 1659 3.0 1104 11/12 365-DAY 2X SENIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LUCK-E MASON KARLIE Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 4-06 56,630 5.0 2838 3.2 1785 12/03 JWB-HAVEN EMILY LYRIC Elm Farms, Okawville 4-10 49,130 5.2 2535 3.0 1479 6/05 ANDROSCOGGIN SS CASSIE-RED Holbric Holsteins, Harvard 4-08 45,350 5.3 2399 3.2 1435 5/10
365-DAY 3X SENIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR SCOOP LACOOCOO Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-11 49,540 4.2 2059 3.0 1463 6/13 LACLAR SATIRE HANUKAH Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-08 42,210 4.8 2030 3.2 1339 1/13 LACLAR SHOTTLE SOPHILA-ET Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-09 43,560 4.6 1988 3.0 1317 4/12 305-DAY 2X MATURE AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END MS PRICE MEYER STAR Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 5-01 44,020 5.6 2479 2.8 1220 8/11 LUCK-E SKYCHIEF ARIZONA-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 5-01 49,020 5.0 2472 3.1 1500 4/01 LOCH-AN BRAE STORM LIBRA William H. Olbrich, Harvard 5-02 42,330 5.6 2387 3.2 1356 5/04 305-DAY 3X MATURE AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR MORE LOLLIPOP Koester Dairy, Dakota 5-03 34,650 5.3 1822 3.4 1184 6/12 LACLAR REGGIE ANANA-ET Koester Dairy, Dakota 6-07 41,050 4.4 1811 3.1 1273 5/12 LACLAR MORE LOLLIPOP Koester Dairy, Dakota 6-05 33,660 5.4 1806 3.4 1128 8/13 365-DAY 2X MATURE AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LOCH-AN BRAE STORM LIBRA William H. Olbrich, Harvard 5-02 50,440 5.7 2890 3.2 1636 7/04 LUCK-E SKYCHIEF ARIZONA-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 5-01 56,280 5.1 2872 3.1 1749 6/01 MS PRICE MEYEY STAR Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 5-01 46,700 5.6 2592 2.8 1291 10/11 365-DAY 3X MATURE AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR REGGIE ANANA-ET Koester Dairy, Dakota 6-07 47,350 4.4 2086 3.1 1491 7/12 LACLAR ROY LISA-TW Koester Dairy, Dakota 7-09 47,970 4.3 2052 3.1 1500 1/13 LACLAR MONUMENT FLICKA Koester Dairy, Dakota 5-10 46,510 4.3 2007 3.4 1588 10/12 305-DAY 2X SENIOR AGED AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END MIL-R-MOR SIMON VERINA Robert Miller, Orangeville 14-08 32,450 3.6 1164 2.9 957 7/01 VITAL-I BLACKSTAR VERONICA Barry A. Nichols, Hebron 14-11 29,960 3.4 1019 2.9 880 4/07 LORDALE GLEN IVANHOE BETTY Loren & Dale Zimmerman, Eureka 15-01 25,040 3.7 914 2.9 719 11/97 305-DAY 3X SENIOR AGED AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END FRHM WALKWAY PATSY JANICE Marvin L. Meyer, Liberty 14-04 12,740 3.4 434 2.7 338 3/93 QUALITY-RIDGE MASON IONE Car-Mer Farm, Galena 14-10 11,010 3.7 410 3.0 325 12/11 ROCK-I ALCARTRA FANCY K JAMIE Rock-I Farms, Orangeville 16-06 7,950 3.7 295 9/82 365-DAY 2X SENIOR AGED AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END MIL-R-MOR SIMON VERINA Robert Miller, Orangeville 14-08 37,920 3.5 1334 2.9 1110 9/01 VITAL-I BLACKSTAR VERONICA Barry A. Nichols, Hebron 14-11 34,900 3.4 1176 3.0 1037 6/07 LORDALE GLEN IVANHOE BETTY Loren & Dale Zimmerman, Eureka 15-01 28,260 3.7 1051 2.9 831 1/98 365-DAY 3X SENIOR AGED AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END RHM WALKWAY PATSY JANICE Marvin L. Meyer, Liberty 14-04 14,500 3.4 497 2.7 387 5/93
ILLINOIS PRODUCTION LEADERS FOR PROTEIN, MAY 2014 305-DAY 2X JUNIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END MS NEU-WAY MORTY C ALLIE-ET Dennis Neuhaus, Hoyleton 2-02 44,270 2.5 1122 3.1 1362 2/06 NEU-WAY ZACK ALLIE-ET Dennis Neuhaus, Hoyleton 2-03 38,260 3.4 1302 3.2 1220 7/00 SANDY-VALLEY HERSH BENJI-ET O-Bee Holsteins, Dakota 2-05 37,680 4.3 1608 3.1 1159 8/04 305-DAY 3X JUNIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR SHOTTLE ANGI-ET Koester Dairy, Dakota 1-10 35,050 3.6 1259 3.2 1109 12/11 K-STAR SUPER LASPIRIT-ET Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-01 33,410 4.2 1419 3.3 1101 1/14 NEU-WAY DB C AMBER-ET Dennis Neuhaus, Hoyleton 2-05 34,070 3.4 1149 3.2 1097 8/05 365-DAY 2X JUNIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END MS NEU-WAY MORTY C ALLIE-ET Dennis Neuhaus, Hoyleton 2-02 49,930 2.6 1277 3.1 1551 4/06 NEU-WAY ZACK ALLIE-ET Dennis Neuhaus, Hoyleton 2-03 45,100 3.5 1571 3.2 1448 9/00 SANDY-VALLEY HERSH BENJI-ET O-Bee Holsteins, Dakota 2-05 43,570 4.2 1830 3.1 1365 10/04 365-DAY 3X JUNIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR SHOTTLE ANGI-ET Koester Dairy, Dakota 1-10 41,130 3.7 1507 3.2 1336 2/12 K-STAR BRONCO FALLOW Koester Dairy, Dakota 1-11 41,140 3.8 1571 3.2 1316 6/13 NEU-WAY DB C AMBER-ET Dennis Neuhaus, Hoyleton 2-05 40,030 3.4 1349 3.2 1288 10/05 305-DAY 2X SENIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END NEU-WAY CONVINCER AMBER-ET Dennis Neuhaus, Hoyleton 2-11 40,570 3.7 1486 3.2 1316 12/03 MIL-R-MOR INTEG ROLUA Robert Miller, Orangeville 2-08 35,770 3.8 1372 3.1 1124 4/03 PROBSTLAND ELYSIA EYVETE-ET Probstland Dairy, Inc., Wheeler 2-11 34,390 4.6 1599 3.2 1108 7/06 305-DAY 3X SENIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR MILLION FARLEE Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-11 41,340 3.6 1504 3.0 1260 4/13 LACLAR MICHAEL SALSA Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-11 34,760 4.9 1715 3.3 1132 8/13 LACLAR PRONTO LAPETRA-ET Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-11 35,200 3.8 1342 3.2 1131 12/11 365-DAY 2X SENIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END NEU-WAY CONVINCER AMBER-ET Dennis Neuhaus, Hoyleton 2-11 45,750 3.7 1708 3.3 1508 2/04 PROBSTLAND ELYSIA EYVETE-ET Probstland Dairy Inc., Wheeler 2-11 40,250 4.6 1863 3.3 1341 9/06 MIL-R-MOR INTEG ROLUA Robert Miller, Orangeville 2-08 40,870 3.9 1587 3.2 1305 6/03 365-DAY 3X SENIOR TWO YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR MILLION FARLEE Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-11 44,930 3.7 1652 3.1 1380 5/13 LACLAR MOSCOW SUNSHINE Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-06 34,830 4.5 1552 3.2 1120 2/13 LACLAR PRONTO LAPETRA-ET Koester Dairy, Dakota 2-11 41,100 3.8 1558 3.3 1342 2/12 305-DAY 2X JUNIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END H-R-Z OSCAR BESSIE-ET Carters Corner, Greenville 3-01 41,000 4.6 1868 3.4 1376 8/97 BDG-GENETICS AMEL MYRA Robert Miller, Orangeville 3-02 42,730 3.9 1646 3.1 1337 3/03 PROBSTLAND ERGO ELYSIA-ET Probstland Dairy, Inc., Wheeler 3-02 35,640 4.3 1533 3.6 1280 9/04 305-DAY 3X JUNIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR ARMSTEAD ANYA Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-02 37,630 4.2 1598 3.3 1256 10/12 LACLAR SHOTTLE SHARLYN Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-01 40,530 4.2 1688 3.1 1246 9/12 LACLAR NORSKI FALLYN Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-00 32,210 5.2 1681 3.8 1233 5/12 365-DAY 2X JUNIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END H-R-Z OSCAR BESSIE-ET Carters Corner, Greenville 3-01 47,500 4.5 2119 3.4 1599 10/97 BDG-GENETICS AMEL MYRA Robert Miller, Orangeville 3-02 50,250 3.8 1906 3.1 1577 5/03 PROBSTLAND ERGO ELYSIA-ET Probstland Dairy, Inc., Wheeler 3-02 41,660 4.3 1798 3.6 1509 11/04 365-DAY 3X JUNIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR ARMSTEAD ANYA Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-02 44,320 4.3 1889 3.3 1484 12/12
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LACLAR SHOTTLE SHARLYN Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-01 46,770 4.3 1992 3.1 1462 11/12 LACLAR SHOTTLE ANGI-ET Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-01 42,000 3.9 1641 3.4 1446 5/13 305-DAY 2X SENIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END SHARP HAVEN CATHERINE RUB Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 3-09 43,180 4.6 1992 3.3 1427 6/05 MS PRICE MEYER STAR Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 3-09 49,560 5.5 2708 2.8 1393 4/10 MIL-R-MOR MARILEE Robert Miller, Orangeville 3-09 44,720 4.6 2062 3.0 1341 7/03 305-DAY 3X SENIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR AIRRAID KUMI Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-07 38,560 4.4 1706 3.3 1256 11/13 LACLAR BOLIVER LAKOLA Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-09 43,060 3.8 1648 2.9 1255 6/13 WILSTAR-RS BEST GALLUP-ET Golden Oaks Farm, Wauconda 3-09 37,480 3.5 1316 3.2 1200 12/08 365-DAY 2X SENIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END SHARP HAVEN CATHERINE RUB Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 3-09 48,840 4.6 2237 3.4 1638 8/05 MS PRICE MEYER STAR Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 3-09 54,130 5.5 2957 2.8 1528 6/10 LOGGANLANE SKY MATILDA-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 3-06 49,900 4.8 2383 3.0 1502 1/05 365-DAY 3X SENIOR THREE YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR AIRRAID KUMI Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-07 44,420 4.4 1964 3.4 1500 1/14 LACLAR BOLIVER LAKOLA Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-09 50,310 3.9 1952 2.9 1474 8/13 LACLAR BOLTON IVALETA Koester Dairy, Dakota 3-10 45,580 3.9 1784 3.1 1397 1/13 305-DAY 2X JUNIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END K-LANE NORMAN LYNDSEY Rodger A. Koehn, Peotone 4-05 45,810 4.2 1908 2.9 1324 6/10 LUCK-E JED BIKINI-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 4-02 42,670 4.8 2037 3.1 1311 1/06 LUCK-E RUBENS KAYLIE-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 4-05 38,660 5.7 2186 3.4 1302 1/07 305-DAY 3X JUNIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR FBI FATOBI Koester Dairy, Dakota 40-3 41,060 3.8 1546 3.2 1311 7/13 LACLAR ZESTY FELICIA Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-04 36,670 4.2 1526 3.6 1308 6/12 SHANKS FRMTN BEANS W-64 Shanks Farm, Garden Prairie 4-01 42,810 3.6 1530 3.0 1272 9/03 365-DAY 2X JUNIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LUCK-E JED BIKINI-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 4-02 49,070 4.9 2391 3.2 1573 3/06 LUCK-E RUBENS KAYLIE-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 4-05 43,520 5.7 2466 3.5 1515 3/07 ELM-NOR-WAY LIONEL WAFFLE Elm Farms, Okawville 4-03 47,190 4.9 2328 3.1 1476 9/02 365-DAY 3X JUNIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR FBI FATOBI Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-03 46,950 3.7 1759 3.2 1517 9/13 LACLAR ARMSTEAD ANYA Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-04 46,520 4.4 2032 3.2 1474 2/14 LACLAR ARICK LESTIE Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-01 45,140 3.6 1647 3.2 1461 2/12 305-DAY 2X SENIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LUCK-E MASON KARLIE Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 4-06 50,250 5.0 2532 3.0 1531 10/03 MIL-R-MOR RUDOLPH SCARLET Robert Miller, Orangeville 4-10 50,470 4.0 1998 3.0 1500 4/03 MIL-R-MOR PAULETA Robert Miller, Orangeville 4-10 46,660 3.5 1630 2.8 1324 8/02 305-DAY 3X SENIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END GOLDEN-OAKS GENIUS 4296 Golden Oaks Farm, Wauconda 4-07 36,720 3.9 1441 3.5 1280 6/12 LACLAR BUCKEYE HIPPIE Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-11 42,560 3.6 1536 3.0 1271 7/12 LACLAR BOLTON FALEE Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-06 40,690 3.8 1537 3.1 1270 11/12 365-DAY 2X SENIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LUCK-E MASON KARLIE Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 4-06 56,630 5.0 2838 3.2 1785 12/03 MIL-R-MOR RUDOLPH SCARLET Robert Miller, Orangeville 4-10 54,090 4.0 2140 3.0 1616 5/03 LEEPAUL SUPERSIRE PEBBLES Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 4-08 47,880 3.5 1688 3.1 1482 3/02
365-DAY 3X SENIOR FOUR YEAR OLD AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END GOLDEN-OAKS GENIUS 4296 Golden Oaks Farm, Wauconda 4-07 42,500 4.0 1712 3.5 1505 8/12 LACLAR BOLTON FALEE Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-06 46,980 3.9 1822 3.2 1495 1/13 LACLAR SCOOP LACOOCOO Koester Dairy, Dakota 4-11 49,540 4.2 2059 3.0 1463 6/13 305-DAY 2X MATURE AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LOGGANLANE SKY AUGUSTINE-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 5-01 49,100 4.4 2173 3.2 1569 8/04 LEEPAUL SUPERSIRE PEBBLES Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 6-01 48,477 4.1 1970 3.1 1504 7/03 LUCK-E SKYCHIEF ARIZONA-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 5-01 49,020 5.0 2472 3.1 1500 4/01 305-DAY 3X MATURE AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR OMAN HEROSHI Koester Dairy, Dakota 5-02 41,470 4.1 1721 3.3 1376 6/12 LACLAR MONUMENT FLICKA Koester Dairy, Dakota 5-10 40,230 4.3 1724 3.4 1355 8/12 LACLAR BUCKEYE SHERRY Koester Dairy, Dakota 5-03 43,000 3.8 1641 3.1 1331 12/12 365-DAY 2X MATURE AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LOGGANLANE SKY AUGUSTINE-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 5-01 57,030 4.3 2474 3.3 1874 10/04 LUCK-E SKYCHIEF ARIZONA-ET Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 5-01 56,280 5.1 2872 3.1 1749 6/01 LEEPAUL SUPERSIRE PEBBLES Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire 6-01 55,703 4.0 2226 3.1 1734 9/03 365-DAY 3X MATURE AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END LACLAR MONUMENT FLICKA Koester Dairy, Dakota 5-10 46,510 4.3 2007 3.4 1588 10/12 LACLAR SHOTTLE KOTTON Koester Dairy, Dakota 5-02 51,830 3.3 1697 3.1 1582 6/12 LACLAR OMAN HEROSHI Koester Dairy, Dakota 5-02 47,080 4.2 1974 3.4 1578 8/12 305-DAY 2X SENIOR AGED AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END MIL-R-MOR SIMON VERINA Robert Miller, Orangeville 14-08 32,450 3.6 1164 2.9 957 7/01 VITAL-I BLACKSTAR VERONICA Barry A. Nichols, Hebron 14-11 29,960 3.4 1019 2.9 880 4/07 LORDALE GLEN IVANHOE BETTY Loren & Dale Zimmerman, Eureka 15-01 25,040 3.7 914 2.9 719 11/97 305-DAY 3X SENIOR AGED AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END FRHM WALKWAY PATSY JANICE Marvin L. Meyer, Liberty 14-04 12,740 3.4 434 2.7 338 3/93 QUALITY-RIDGE MASON IONE Car-Mer Farm, Galena 14-10 11,010 3.7 410 3.0 325 12/11 365-DAY 2X SENIOR AGED AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END MIL-R-MOR SIMON VERINA Robert Miller, Orangeville 14-08 37,920 3.5 1334 2.9 1110 9/01 VITAL-I BLACKSTAR VERONICA Barry A. Nichols, Hebron 14-11 34,900 3.4 1176 3.0 1037 6/07 LORDALE GLEN IVANHOE BETTY Loren & Dale Zimmerman, Eureka 15-01 28,260 3.7 1051 2.9 831 1/98 365-DAY 3X SENIOR AGED AGE MILK F% FAT P% PRT END RHM WALKWAY PATSY JANICE Marvin L. Meyer, Liberty 14-04 14,500 3.4 497 2.7 387 5/93
IN MEMORIAM Lowell I. Keim Lowell I. Keim was a loving, caring and hardworking man who appreciated the little things. Lowell died at the age of 86, on Saturday, March 15, 2014 at Rockford Memorial Hospital, Rockford, Ill. Memorials may be directed to the Illinois 4-H Foundation, the Brown Swiss Historical Society or the Mt. Carroll Methodist Church in Lowellâ€™s memory. Lowell was born on January 22, 1928, the son of Edwin and Garnet (McGinty) Keim in rural Salem Township. He attended Mt. Carroll High School and graduated with the Class of 1946. He proudly served his country for two years in the United States Navy aboard the U.S.S. Navasota. Lowell married Joyce Wise on September 4, 1949, at the Mt. Carroll United Methodist Church. Joyce died on October 10, 2009 at her home in Mt. Carroll. Lowell was a 4th generation Salem Township
farmer. Together, Lowell and Joyce bred purebred Brown Swiss Cattle for forty years on the family farm, which was purchased in 1961. Lowell was a sports enthusiast and was a member of a successful bowling team and the Mt. Carroll Merchantâ€™s Softball Team. After his retirement, Lowell played golf several days a week with his friends. Lowell had a significant influence in helping his two sons develop their businesses. Most of all, Lowell loved spending time with his family and friends, sharing stories and anecdotes from his past. Lowell also had a wonderful sense of humor and played several practical jokes over the years. Lowell was a longtime member of the Mt. Carroll Methodist Church. He was also a member of the Masonic Lodge, Commandery and Consistory and was a past Master of the Cyrus Lodge #188 in Mt. Carroll. Lowell was active in the Canton, State and American Brown Swiss Cattle Breeder Association and
was past president of the Illinois Brown Swiss Association. Lowell was also involved in his community, serving on the Chadwick School Board, as a Fire Department Trustee and as a member of the Lions Club. Lowell is survived by his two sons, Chris (Ann) Keim of Ft. Atkinson, Wisconsin, and Curt (Jo Ellen) Keim of New Berlin, Illinois; four grandchildren, Sarah (Mark Klebanoff) Keim of Worthington, Ohio, Rebecca (Nathan Pruitt) Keim of Slingerlands, New York, Aaron (Nicole) Keim of Hood River, Oregon and Katie (Aaron Williams) Keim of Waverly, Illinois; three great grandchildren, Claire Garnet Pruitt, Elizabeth Anna Pruitt and Greta Louise Klebanoff and one special friend, Jean Guentner. Lowell was preceded in death by his parents, wife, Joyce and two brothers, Herb and Donald Keim. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Lowell Keim.
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Wesselcrest CC Malibu-ET
Born: 3-16-14 Sire: Cashcoin +2457GTPI +877NM +1931M +77F +56P +7.8PL +.3DPR 2.58SCS +2.70PTAT +3.00UDC +1.85FLC Dam: WESSELCREST FACEB MAKYAH-ET +2379 GTPI ~ #3 Facebook in World GTPI, #2 LPI Facebook to full sister, Maggie #1 LPI Facebook Gr'dam (photed): MOUNTFIELD YNC MICHIGAN-ET VG-85 GTPI +2194 / 2-4 305 30,983 4.4 1374 3.5 1081 Maternal Sister to Mogul
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Born: 3-16-14 Sire: Mack +2464GTPI +829NM +1030M +63F +42P +7.5PL +2.7DPR 2.69SCS +3.23PTAT, 3.03UDC, 2.13FLC Dam: HNKES-WESSEL UNO SHARI-ET +2375GTPI Gr'dam: COOL LAWN SUPER SUPERB GP-82 2-6 305 31,238 3.6 1125 3.5 1081 Owned with Henkeseen Holsteins
Celebrating 150 Years ~ Heritage Farm
Henry & Katherine Wessel purchased the family farm in 1864 followed by Roy & Helen Wessel and then Virgil & Doris Wessel. Today it is owned by Walt & Judy Wessel and is known as Wesselcrest Holsteins and is operated along with sons Brent (Staci) and Jason Wessel. Granddaughter Cambrie Wessel born August 29 is the 6th generation. Kaden, Elliana and Aspen Jones complete the family.
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VG-85 1st. Lact. 2nd calf Atwood from MBZ Hershel Emerald EX-93 Due to McCutchen in December Owned with Henkeseen Holsteins
Our Lely robotic and tie stall operation will be a host farm for the 2014 National Convention Tour on June 26. We will also be hosting the Iowa Holstein Picnic on August 24.
Cambrie Jean Wessel Walt & Judy, Brent & Staci and Jason Wessel • 28547 400th St., Greeley, IA 52050 Brent 563.599.4826 • Jason 563.599.4325 • Walt 563.590.8162 • firstname.lastname@example.org Visitors always welcome, please call ahead!
Welcome to Iowa and Farnear Holsteins!
We look forward to having visitors during the National Convention and invite visitors to stop out anytime during your trip to Iowa. We are located 20 minutes from Dubuque.
We would like to thank our parents, Joe & Virginia, for sharing their passion for Holsteins by forming Farnear Holsteins in 1960. They have inspired multiple generations of our family to enter the Holstein and dairy industries. They have been attending National Conventions for many years where they enjoyed reminiscing with their Holstein friends, touring farms and watched many of their grandchildren participate in National contests. This year they have nine grandchildren participating in National Contests representing Iowa. Good luck to Adam, Bethany, and Josh Simon, Amanda, Alyssa and Andy Dougherty, Regan and Rachel Demmer and Megan Rauen as they represent Iowa in Junior and Senior Quiz Bowl, Dairy Jeopardy, Speech and the Distinguished Junior Member Contest.
Tom Simon 563.599.9183 Rick Simon 563.744.3541 Mark Simon 563.542.1297 Bill Rauen 563.599.9384
10476 Cemetery Rd Farley, IA 52046 email@example.com www.farnear.com 2014 National Holstein Convention - 3
Convention Chair Larry Landsgard, Convention Treasurer Linda Pagel, Publicity & Souvenir Program Co-Chairs Paula Smith and Trent Henkes. Trent is the Convention Vice-Chair.
Dairy Bar Co-Chairs Jeff and Tammy Hammerand and Rita and Bob Rahe
Non-Delegate Activity Co-Chairs Dave Knipper and Katie Stoll, Transportation Chair Carl Mensen, Host Day Tour Chair Dave Chapman
Welcome Planter Co-Chairs Koral Harbaugh and Connie Bushman 4 - 2014 National Holstein Convention
Finance Committee Co-Chairs Matt Hamlett and Mark Kerndt
Registration Committee Co-Chair Jeff Simon
Sale Committee Co-Chair Tom Simon, Sale Manager Scott Courtney, Sale Committee Co-Chair Dan Moon
Banquet Committee Co-Chair Shirley Simon, Junior Convention Chair Joanne Rauen, Banquet Committee Co-Chair Kathy Demmer Photos Not Available Family Fun Night ~ Mark Knudtson History Display ~ Matt Stewart & Larry Madren Pre-Sale Meal ~ Sheri Danhof President's Reception ~ Jana Hamlett & Lana Strein Registration ~ Leroy Eggink Trade Show ~ Ron Lenth
Index to Advertisers ABS Global...................................................97 Albrect Holsteins.........................................27 American Trust & Savings Bank...............56 BouMatic......................................................51 Budjon Farms......................................... 40-41 Car-Mer........................................................61 Central Wisconsin Summer Event............92 Chuck Will...................................................87 Clayton County Holsteins..........................43 Country-View Dairy.....................................8 Daggett-Brook.............................................44 District 1 Holsteins......................................42 District 2 Holsteins......................................32 District 8 Holsteins......................................10 Dubuque Convention Bureau......................7 Dubuque County Holsteins.......................11 Envision........................................................95 Estrotect........................................................96 Farm Credit Services of America..............18 Farnear Holsteins..........................................3 Florence Volkert..........................................87 Foremost Farms...........................................18 GEA Farm Technologies............................51 Gibbs Holsteins............................................77 Glory Road Holsteins/J&J Dairy...............82 Golden-Oaks................................................64 Granite Road Holsteins..............................71 Great-Heritage Holsteins............................90 H&H Dairy Farm........................................77 Hamlett-Hill Holsteins...............................99 Hawkeye Holsteins......................................70 Heavenlee Holsteins....................................97 Hendel Farms......................................... 34-35 Henkeseen Holsteins...................................46 Hilltop Dairy................................................30 Holbric Holsteins.........................................68 Hopeful Headlines.......................................94 Holstein International.................................52
Holstein World.............................................31 Illini Golden Opportunity Sale..................45 Indianhead...................................................54 International Intrigue........................... 36-39 International Protein Sires.........................61 Iowa Corn.....................................................96 J-Volker Holsteins.......................................46 Jetstream Genetics.....................................100 John Deere......................................................9 Ke-Jo..............................................................59 Korian Holsteins..........................................60 KurthHaven Farms......................................87 Lake Prairie Holsteins.................................65 Lands-Brook Farms.....................................15 Le-O-La Holsteins................................. 84-85 Lely North America....................................52 Lindale & Team Holsteins..........................53 Lyons Holsteins............................................61 Ma-Brown....................................................86 Madren Holsteins........................................96 Marathon County.................................. 72-76 Marybee Holsteins......................................50 Meadow Marsh Farms................................78 Melarry Farms.............................................80 Merial............................................................52 Micronutrients.............................................96 Midwest Dairy Association........................98 Minnesota Directory of Services...............48 Moondale Farm...........................................79 Multimin.......................................................51 Mystic-Valley...............................................59 National Convention Sale..................... 16-17 New Alta.......................................................58 NICC.............................................................96 Nordic-Haven Holsteins & Jerseys............97 Olmar Farms................................................14 Prairie Farms................................................55 R-Vision........................................................45
Collin's Fund........................................................................................24 Convention Co-Chairs.........................................................................4 Convention Schedule............................................................................8 Convention Sponsors..........................................................................22 Convention Trade Show.....................................................................56 Illinois Holstein Association News.............................................88-89 Minnesota Holstein Association News.......................................28-29 Quilted Wall Hanging Benefit Auction............................................24 South Dakota Holstein Association News.......................................94 Welcome Letters....................................................................................6 Welcome Planters................................................................................18 Wisconsin Holstein Association News.......................................62-63
Ragnar...........................................................12 Red-E-J Holsteins..................................24, 55 Red-My Joy Holsteins.................................55 Red-Roxy Quilt Co......................................24 Regancrest & Danhof..................................91 Reuter Dairy.................................................22 Rohde Dairy.................................................78 RWDCA.......................................................71 Sandy-Valley Holsteins...............................47 Schaufine Holsteins.....................................21 Scottmore Holsteins....................................93 Select Sires....................................................23 Selz-Pralle.....................................................20 Semex............................................................49 Sexing Technologies....................................33 Sheeknoll......................................................65 Sherdale Farms.............................................58 Steffes Dairy Farm.......................................47 Stempfle Holsteins.......................................67 Stockton Cheese...........................................98 Sugar-Creek Dairy.......................................50 Summit Farms..............................................66 Swiss Valley Farms......................................51 Synergy Dairy..............................................83 T-Spruce Holsteins......................................80 Theisen's........................................................98 Trans Ova Genetics.....................................19 University of Minnesota.............................13 University of Wisconsin-Madison............57 Visions of Excellence Sale...........................81 Wargo Acres.................................................69 Weir-Nook....................................................86 Wesselcrest Holsteins....................................2 West Central Club.......................................58 Willows-Edge...............................................55 WHA....................................................... 40-41 Zoetis.............................................................25
On The Cover - Featuring the stars of the Dubuque Royale
video made for the 2013 National Holstein Convention. If you haven't watched it, find it on youtube.com. Kneeling in front of the car: Matt Hamlett, IHA President and Finance Committee CoChair; and Tom Simon, IHA Vice-President and Sale Committee Co-Chair. Sitting behind the wheel "James Bond" Larry Landsgard, Convention Chair and in the passenger seat "Felix" Trent Henkes, Convention Vice-Chair and Souvenir & Publicity Co-Chair. Seated in the back seat are the "Bond Girls" Rachel Demmer, 2014 Iowa Holstein Princess, and Megan Rauen, 2013 Alternate Iowa Holstein Princess. Standing in back is "Dr. No" Mark Kerndt, National Director and Finance Committee Co-Chair. Photo by Jeff Simon, Registration Co-Chair. Port of Dubuque photo courtesy of the Dubuque Convention and Visitors Bureau. Thank you to Laura Wackershauser, Wisconsin Holstein News Editor for designing the cover! 2014 National Holstein Convention - 5
Iowa Holstein A PR ESI DE NT Matt Hamlett 3669 B Ave. 06 Arlington, IA 506 563-933-4323 om o.c aho @y hill hamlett
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TR EA SU RE R Linda Pagel 21215 170th St. 74 Sumner, IA 506 563-578-3480 m firstname.lastname@example.org
ITO R SEC RE TA RY/ED Paula Smith 3422 140th St. 11 Brooklyn, IA 522 641-522-5493 net ns. neti langsmit@
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National Convention Schedule Tuesday, June 24 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM ~ Convention Registration 6:00 PM - 6:45 PM ~ Dairy Jeopardy Orientation 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM ~ Dairy Bar 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM ~ Junior Mixer/Dance Wednesday, June 25 7:00 AM - 10:00 PM ~ Convention Registration 7:00 AM - 10:00 PM ~ Dairy Bar 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM ~ NHWSO Interviews 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM ~ DJM Interviews 8:00 - 5:00 PM ~ "Deere & Dairy" Tour 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM ~ Dairy Jeopardy Contest 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM ~ DJM Luncheon (Invitation Only) 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM ~ Luncheon for Juniors & Adults 1:30 PM - 7:00 PM ~ Prepared Public Speaking Contest 6:30 PM - 7:00 PM ~ Dairy Knowledge Exam 6:45 PM - 7:15 PM ~ Dairy Bowl Coaches' Meeting 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM ~ Junior Hoedown (Bar-B-Q Meal & Barn Dance) off-site Thursday, June 26 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM ~ Convention Registration 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM ~ Dairy Bar 6:30 AM - 5:00 PM ~ Tour #1 ~ "Cream of the Crop" - Regancrest, Moondale, Henkeseen, Wesselcrest 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM ~ Tour #2 ~ "For the Young at Heart" - Field of Dreams, Toy Museum, Le-O-La, Reuter, Farnear 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM ~ Tour #3 ~ "Wine & Dine in the Scenic Hills of Iowa" ~ New Mellarey Abbey, Brietbach's Country Dining, Park Farm Winery 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM ~ Trade Show Set-Up 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM ~ Family Fun Night Meal at Grand River Center 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM ~ Family Fun Night at the River Museum & Sundae Bar (part of the meal ticket) 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM ~ Sale Cattle Viewing at Five Flags Center 9:15 PM - 10:45 PM ~ Hypnotist Dr. Jim Wand - Grand River Center Friday, June 27 7:00 AM - 10:00 PM ~ Dairy Bar 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM ~ Convention Registration 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM ~ Dairy Bowl Contest 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM ~ Trade Show 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM ~ Annual Meeting & Caucuses 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM ~ NHWSO Silent Auction 11:15 AM - 1:30 PM ~ Non-Delegate Tour - Spirit of Dubuque Boat Ride & Lunch 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ~ Junior & Adult Luncheon at the Hotel Julien 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM - State Leaders Luncheon (Invitation Only) 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM ~ Pre-Sale Meal at Five Flags Center 6:30 PM ~ National Convention Sale at Five Flags Center 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM ~ Junior Dance 8 - 2014 National Holstein Convention
Saturday, June 28 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM ~ Dairy Bar 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM ~ Delegate Info Breakfast (Invitation Only) 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM ~ Convention Registration 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM ~ Dairy Bowl Finals & National Junior Forum 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM ~ Trade Show 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM ~ NHWSO Silent Auction 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM ~ Annual Meeting 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM ~ NHWSO Meeting 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM ~ Directors' Luncheon (Invitation Only) 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM ~ Junior Awards Luncheon 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM ~ President's Reception 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM ~ Adult Banquet 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM ~ Junior Farewell Activity Blue designates Junior Activities Notice ~ Schedule is subject to change.
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The Path Through Holstein History Thomas B. Wales, Jr. Holstein Friesian Association's first Secretary, established the office in his home in Iowa City, Iowa from 1885-1891.
National Dairy Cattle Congress, Waterloo, Iowa Home of the National Holstein Show from 1946-1965 and so many great memories!
Quality-Ridge Stormi Hazel EX-96 "America's Sweetheart" - 2X Unanimous All-American 1st & Only Holstein Cow to be nominated All-American 7 Consecutive Years in Milking Form Bred by Rick Henderson, Coggon, Iowa
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Juniors ~Our Foundation, Our Future! 9 Dairy Bowl Championships Earned, 9 Individual Dairy Jeopardy Champions, along with Distinguished Junior Members dating back to 1923. Proud of the hard work of our juniors, their parents and their coaches!
Iowa, District 8 & Working Together to the 2014 National Holstein
Travels Through Eastern Iowa!
1. Marty & Linda Bahl Family Bahl Family Farm • Dubuque, IA 563.582.6840
7. Ron Gansemer Family Ron-Del Holsteins • Sherrill, IA 563.552.1854
2. Matt Bonert Family Bonert Holsteins • Epworth, IA 563.744.3073
8. Eric & Amanda Gaul Family Don, Cheryl, & Kyle Kass Kahs-Land Holsteins • Farley, IA 563.599.1403
3. Dan & Derek Brimeyer Families B-My-Dande Holsteins • Sherrill, IA 563.552.1197 4. Rick & Kathy Demmer Family Le-O-La Holsteins • Peosta, IA 563.876.3120 5. Ted Domeyer Domeyer Holsteins • Holy Cross, IA 563.543.8191 6. Brian Ehrlich Wildrose Holsteins • Dubuque, IA 563.582.7910
13. Jeremy, Melanie, Nathan & Keaton Junk River-Divide Holsteins • Epworth, IA 563.599.8823 14. Mike & Jim Lahey Circle Ridge Holsteins • Sherrill, IA 563.543.8681
9. Dwight & Shawn Gibbs Epworth, IA 563.542.4946
15. Carl & Lisa Mensen Family Mensen’s Holsteins • Guttenberg, IA 563.853.2402
10. Joe Gibbs Family Gibbs Holsteins • Epworth, IA 563.876.3280
16. Bob & Rita Rahe Rahecrest Holsteins • Dyersville, IA 563.921.3745
11. Jeff, Tammy & Jessica Hammerand Heavenlee Holsteins • Epworth, IA 563.580.3908
17. Rick & Dan Reuter Families Reuter Dairy Inc. • Peosta, IA 563.876.3034
12. Mark & Rhonda Hefel Breezy Ridge Dairy • Epworth, IA 563.876.3310
18. Mark & Twila Schlitzer Family North Ridge Holsteins • Dubuque, IA 563.556.4404
19. Tim & Kim Schmitt Family Playball Holsteins • Epworth, IA 563.542.6377 20. Tom Schmitt Moringview Holsteins • Durango, IA 563.552.2172 21. Joe Sigwarth Family Jol-Lee Holsteins • Holy Cross, IA 563.552.2618 22. Tom & Rick Simon Families Farnear Holsteins • Farley, IA 563.744.3134 23. Codey Waller LaMotte, IA 563.542.5227 24. Jim & Kim Wolf Family Old-Bankston Dairy • Epworth, IA 563.542.2858
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Elm-Lawn-G Linjet Beth Herges photo reversed
EX-93 4E GMD DOM
6-03 2x 365 39,479 4.1 1625 3.3 1295 3877d 293,265 4.3 12,595 3.3 9678 Lft.
Beth Herges reversed
Ragnar Goldwyn Snowangel-ET EX-90
Ragnar Goldwyn Special-ET EX-90
Ragnar Stormy Sky-ET EX-90
4-07 2x 365 34,778 4.1 1418 3.4 1171 108,285 Lft. ~ March 2014 Acme heifer
4-03 2x 365 33,395 3.7 1246 3.1 1049 109,943 Lft. ~ Windbrook granddaughter just fresh
4-05 2x 339 32,562 3.6 1172 3.1 1000 126,881 Lft. ~ VG Atwood daughter
has definitely cast her shadow on our herd over the last 8 years, since purchasing her as a 6 year old carrying mixed Durham twins S athawna the Elm-Lawn-G Dispersal in July 2005. We couldn't have asked for a better brood cow to develop a cow family around, when selecting her from Terry and Kathy Goerl’s impressive herd! Strength, depth, width, along with a great udder and a gentle disposition that any dairyman would love to work with, are some of the great attributes that made Shawna so special! The family’s longevity ranks right up there with the best of the breed with 12 multiple E’s and 975,000 lbs. of lifetime milk between Shawna and her two maternal dams. In a world of genetic indexes and genomic values dictating which cows and heifers are to be perceived to be profitable and valuable, Shawna and her family continue to verify their worth with hard-earned numbers: high lifetime production totals and impressive classification scores. She has left us with many daughters sired by some of our favorite bulls, with many daughters and granddaughters yet to calve in, which will assure that Shawna’s shadow of type, components and longevity will be cast on our herd for many years to come! Other daughters:
Mark & Angie Ulness Family
4718 Cty. J, Valders, WI 54245 Phone/Fax: (920) 775-4794 E-mail: email@example.com 19 PBR Awards 12 - 2014 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION
SM Starlite-ET Windbrook Scarlet-ET Windbrook Stacia-ET Shottle Sparkle-ET Alexander Sunset-ET Alexander Suzy
EX-90 2E VG-85 at 2Y GP-83 at 2Y VG-85 at 3Y VG-85 at 3Y GP-84 at 3Y
Goldwyn Starbrite-ET VG-88 Goldwyn Sharpay-ET VG-87 Goldwyn Shaunte-ET VG-85 at 2Y Goldwyn Sangria-ET GP-82 at 2Y 2 Goldsuns, 2 Destrys & a Windbrook yet to calve Granddaughters sired by Acme, Adonis-Red, Aftershock, Atwood, Brawler, Damion, Fever, Guthrie, Hero & Sid
You win big at the University of Minnesota because we offer a unique blend of Big Ten excitement with the down-home comfort of our small St. Paul campus. The Gopher Dairy Club is one of the largest and most active at the University of Minnesota. It’s your ticket to ADSA activities, Senior Trip to California, the campus-wide fun of Minnesota Royal, and scholarships for incoming new members – all of which are funded by our student-managed Gopher Dairy Bar at the Minnesota State Fair. And, U of MN students are well known in dairy cattle judging, National Dairy Challenge, as well as National Dairy Shrine, which “Gophers” have consistently been awarded the most scholarships over the past decade. Academically speaking, our dairy faculty has declared teaching its top priority, so students are always first.
Go for the
GOLD! Photo taken at Como Park, which is only 2 miles from campus.
University of Minnesota We welcome you to check us out for a golden opportunity!
Call (612) 624-2277
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Olmar Lynch Baby Bumble 2E93 DOM GMD 4-06 365d 2x 40,435M 3.8% 1550 3.1% 1231
Baby Bumble is the complete package, a cow that epitomizes our breeding program. Olmar Farms strives to breed every cow to be an EX scoring, high producing cow that is strong enough to last many lactations and pass those desired traits on to their offspring.
A 4th generation Excellent, Baby Bumble had early success in the genomic arena with Planet daughters being sold to Select Sires and on the National Convention Sale in Minnesota. Currently, Baby Bumbleâ€™s Numero Uno daughter is a standout in the heifer yard and on paper. She is over 230 TPI points and 213NM$ above parent average. Bumble also has a recently fresh Fever daughter that cut the same as her dam.
Olmar Plnet Baby Bunting VG-86-CAN
Baby Bunting was sold to Ferme Vinbert, in Quebec, in 2010 and has been highly sought after for embryos and offspring. Their website shows daughters that are stamped the same as others from the Baby Bunny cow family.
We are fortunate to have 3 milking daughters from this great young cow including Olmar Beacon Baby Bop ET VG 86 (at 2 yrs) who is making a great 1st record and has a daughter by Numero Uno that is currently being flushed to fill AI and embryo contracts. Olmar Beacon Baby Bopâ€™s Numero Uno: Olmar Numero Uno Bop Bop ET GTPI +2411 NM$ +841 PTA +1433M +87F +48P +.13%F +.02%P +5.9PL +1.8DPR +2.57T +2.25UDC +1.11FLC Bella Dora
Olmar Goldwyn Bella Dora EX-91
9th gen EX Durham embryos from her 10th gen EX Shottle daughter. Phase 4 Johnes Free Herd 109.1 BAA | 33EX 59VG 33GP 43 years PBR | 22 years PGH DHI avg: 2x 30,920 3.5% 1081 2.9% 903 14 - 2014 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION
BRIAN AND JILL NELSON US Hwy 14, Sleepy Eye, MN 56085 Ph. (507) 794-2697 www.olmarfarms.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Two of Our Best & They Are Family!
LANDS-BROOK ALLAN DORA EX-95-2E 95-MS
3-09 365 31,921 3.4 1091 3.1 983 LTD: 136,954 3.7 5073 3.2 4303 • 1st Aged Cow and Champion Bred & Owned, 2012 Midwest National Fall Show • 1st Aged Cow and Senior Champion, 2012 Iowa Holstein Show & Iowa State Fair • 1st Aged Cow, 2012 Minnesota State Fair • 6th Aged Cow, 2014 Midwest National Spring Show Dam: LANDS-BROOK STORM ADORA EX-91-2E EX-MS 8-04 365 24,000 3.7 887 2.8 677 Lifetime: 153,009 3.6 5432 2.8 4232 2nd Dam: LANDS-BROOK ASTRE ADELINE VG-88 5-01 365 28,900 3.5 1007 3.0 858 Lifetime: 118,060 3.5 4186 3.0 3503 3rd Dam: LANDS-BROOK NICK ADELAIDE EX-91-3E EX-MS 5-05 342 24,620 3.8 943 3.0 732 Lifetime: 159,720 3.8 6131 3.0 4748
Dora's Maternal Sister: LANDS-BROOK OUTSIDE ALICE EX-91-2E EX-MS 4-10 322 30,097 3.5 1040 2.9 862 ~ Lifetime: 151,417 3.9 5890 2.9 4364 Dora's Oldest Daughters sired by Shottle and Not Scored: DOTTIE 2-06 365 24,443 3.8 924 3.2 781 DORALYNN 2-07 365 22,958 3.7 848 2.9 672 Dora's Son: LANDS-BROOK DEXTER EX-90 @ 2-03 ~ Owned by Hawkeye Holsteins
Alexis LANDS-BROOK PLAID ALEXIS EX-90
3-08 365 30,542 3.5 1069 3.1 950 • 6th 4-Yr-Old, 2013 Midwest National Spring Show Dam: LANDS-BROOK GIBSON ALAINA VG-86 3-02 350 24,470 3.7 909 3.1 752 2nd Dam: LANDS-BROOK STORM ADINA VG-86 3-01 365 27,130 3.9 1065 3.1 849 Adina is a full sister to Dora's dam, Adora.
Selling in the National Conv ention S
From the hear t of this family , Scott had his Goldwyn Dec pick of 6 ember the National Co 2013 heifers out of Dora fo r nvention Sale in Dubuque.
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Hickorymea Manoman Opine-P *PO
VG-87 VG-MS @ 3-03 · GTPI +2126 This very special Man-O-Man daughter is one of the breed’s leading POLLED brood cows. Her 1/14 PO Predestine +2283 GTPI daughter sells!
Golden-Oaks Obsrvr Dixie-ET
VG-85 VG-MS DOM · GTPI +2301 +719NM 2-0 2x 365 28,290 3.9 1102 3.1 888 Dixie is the dam of the popular Eraser-P & Kingpin at Select Sires. SHE SELLS due after the sale with a Defender heifer. From an Iowa bred maternal line that we all will love!
Larcrest Cale-ET VG-89 EX-MS DOM
2-02 2x 365 41,710 5.3 2204 3.6 1487 From the breed’s best Observer daughter comes very special offering! Selling a 1st C. Kingboy female from 10 pgs due in December!
VG-87 VG-MS 2-01 2x 365 35,120 4.1 1427 3.1 1079 Selling her 10/13 Ransom with a +2474G +78P. Her 10/13 Latimer gr’dtr with a +2469 GTPI sells from VG-85 Miss America. Also selling is Shauna’s VG-85 Snowman & 1st C. of 8 females by Flame or Tango.
Farnear-TBR-BH Uno Mace-ET
She sells! She is the daughter of Planet Montreal VG-87 EX-MS and the next dam is Shottle May EX-90. Uno Mace +2414 GTPI is bred and due in the fall to Rogers!
Kings-Ransom Dorc Dextra-ET
VG-87 EX-MS DOM · GTPI +2346 +931NM 2-04 2x 365 33,300 4.3 1420 3.1 1039 Dextra is from a VG Baxter and 2 sell from this family; +2522G +931NM dtr by Flame sells and a +2501G Miles from a fresh Grafetti sister to Dextra.
Sale Managed By:
SCOTT & AMY COURTNEY 2564 Pole Line Rd • Ridgeway, IA 563-387-0035 • 563-387-0046 fax • 563-380-1318 cell firstname.lastname@example.org 16 - 2014 National Holstein Convention
Gen-Mark BW Mar Winnie-ET EX-90 GMD 4-08 2x 365 43,690 3.6 1555 2.7 1172 Selling a 2/14 Jacey with +2522GTPI & over +3.0T from a VG Planet with back to back EX dams from Winnie, the dam of Sanchez!
Deslacs Gold Chip Britane NC 2-00 2x 86 6,500 4.5 295 2.9 190 Inc. BRITANE SELLS herself and looks to be ready for the show ring this summer. Backed by a full pedigree, her dam is VG-88 and then EX-90.
From the heart of the Rolling Lawns herd comes this very exciting Goldwyn daughter! Her dam is an EX-91 Allen x EX-93 Storm x VG-86 Rudolph x EX-92 Mark x EX-90 x EX-92.
Velthuis Goldwyn Alice-ET VG-87 EX-MS 2-04 2x 278 26,770 3.8 1019 3.1 842 ALICE SELLS with her March ’14 *RC Acme daughter. Her dam is a EX-91 Dundee x Chief Adeen 2E-94. Watch for Alice’s new second lactation photo and score before the sale!
Scottmore Damion Mikki-ET
EX-90 EX-MS 3-03 2x 365 33,330 3.8 1279 3.1 1040 Her 2 daughters sell: 12/13 Doorman & a special Atwood fall yearling due in August. Also selling 2 gr’dtrs from a Gold Chip dam: +2401G Jabir and +2335G +4.3T Mack.
Vision-Gen Sh Sho A12037-ET VG-87 VG-MS 2-02 2x 327 28,300 3.7 1045 3.2 915 Selling is her +2433 GTPI +740NM Supersire! Also selling are two gr’ dtrs: a Beluga with a +2494 GTPI and +866NM along with a Chevrolet at +2466 GTPI.
Lands-Brook Gold Dynasty-ET
YES! This is the one we’ve been talking about; a very special Goldwyn from EX-95 Dora herself! The grandam is a 2E-91 Storm with 153,000 LT.
Schedule of Events:
EX-92 EEEEE 3-09 2x 305 29,050 2.8 811 2.7 787 Amora is a Goldwyn daughter from EX-95 3E Ambrosia herself and the next dam is Ashlyn. Amora has shown successfully in Iowa and selling is her fancy Atwood senior calf.
Thursday, June 26: Cattle Viewing & Hospitality, 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm Friday, June 27: 2014 National Holstein Convention Sale, 6:30 pm * Sale will be held at the air-conditioned Five Flags Arena facility * * Within walking distance from the Convention Headquarters * * Real-Time Bidding with Subscription * 2014 National Holstein Convention - 17
National Convention Welcome Planters by Koral Harbaugh When you visit Dubuque this summer, catch a glimpse of the authentic welcome planters greeting you at the entrance of the different locations. The genuine old fashion barn structure has been recreated to form the base of the planter by those found working at the "Barn Board Factory", located in northeast Iowa near Elgin. Owners, Erling & Mary Bilden and Gary & Lisa Schneider, travel around northeast Iowa, recycling old barns. They take someoneâ€™s unwanted eyesore and create beautiful treasures that are enjoyed by many. You will notice on the front of the barn is a quilt block which represents the Barn Quilt Trail movement that took place starting in 2004 in Grundy County, Iowa. The purpose of this movement was to attract travelers off the interstates and introduce them to rural Iowa. The results were astounding! Small businesses saw increases and barns were being restored for future generations. Travelers were invited to follow the barn quilt trail and be treated to what Iowa had to offer. For the planters, the quilt pattern was taken from a publication of the "Workbasket Magazine". The whole state quilt block series was completed in May, 1987. The "Iowa Hawkeye Star" pattern represents the state of Iowa. Each of the three large barn quilt blocks are painted with the colors of the three major universities located in Iowa: University of Iowa, Iowa State University and UNI. The "Nearly Wild Shrub Rose" will be sprouting out of the top of the rustic barn planter representing the Iowa state flower. The shrub roses were purchased from Riveland Nursery & Garden Center owned by Larry and Cindy Riveland, Monona, Iowa. The roses are extremely hardy and supplies gorgeous blooms all summer long. The black iron silhouette cow standing beside the barn represents the registered Holstein enthusiasts who are gathering for the special event of the National Holstein Convention. The cows were created by Jeff Westphal of Westphal Iron Works LLC / Iowa Metal Art, located at Casey, Iowa. The "Holstein Cow" is the focus of our gathering. If you look closely enough you will spot the Iowa state bird, Eastern Goldfinch, perching on the welcome planters. Some of the Goldfinches will come inside and greet you at the registration counter. They will be sitting on a smaller planter filled with silks from "Silkin Expressions" owned by Susan Griffin, Postville, Iowa. The Banners were designed by a company called "Envisions" located right here in Dubuque and owned by the Rauen family.
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Iowa Holstein breeders invite you to participate in the Silent Auction that will be conducted throughout the convention. Items included in the auction of the planters will be individually listed: Barns, Iron Cow Silhouettes, Roses and a Small Registration Planter Arrangement. Bidding sheets will be found at the registration desk. These planters represent the grass roots of what makes Iowa grand.
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Joliam Shot PanSy
EX-93 (94 94 95 87 94)
HH 6th Generation Excellent HH
4-01 205 26,672 4.7 1249 3.2 841 inc. 2-10 365 37,839 4.6 1729 3.1 1174 1-10 297 24,970 4.1 1056 2.9 726 ~ pregnancies by Golden Dreams & Reginald other daughters of Joliam Dundee Phoenix 3035, EX-92: Joliam Shot Pepper 3729-Et EX-90 3-00 365 37,209 5.3 1990 3.5 1291 Joliam Gold Phab 3767-Et EX-90 3-02 359 40,761 4.5 1850 3.4 1385 Joliam Bookman Phlox-Et VG-85 2-03 365 27,369 4.0 1096 3.1 860
We are so proud of Ryan, Jessica & Nicole. Good luck at National Convention!
Ryan - National Distinguished Junior Member Semifinalist, WI DJM Jessica - WI DJM, 1st WHA Sr. Speaking Contest, competing at Nationals Nicole - National Younger DJM & competing in national speaking contest 20 - 2014 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION
SELZ-PRALLE DAIRY Scott & Pam Selz-Pralle • Ryan, Jessica & Nicole N4621 Hwy. 12, Humbird, WI 54746 • (715) 334-3434 E-mail: email@example.com
Photos © Beth Herges
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Schaufine Sanchez Rustic-ET GP-83 2-3 92d 7,563M 3.6F 272 3.1P 231 Projected 305: 24,279 3rd Fall Yearling IL State Fair 2013 Rustic has an Absolute heifer calf!
Schaufine Sanchez Riley-ET VG-88 2-0 185d 16,382M 3.7F 602 3.2P 527 Projected 305: 25,940 Riley is short bred to Armani!
Boyd, Sandy & Amy Schaufelberger
618.267.2011 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dam: Schaufine Roy Roxy EX-90 4-5 365 35,532M 3.1F 1,113 2.9P 1,029 Lifetime: 131,804 2nd Dam: Schaufine Durham Rosie EX-90 2E 4-4 365 34,720M 3.5F 1,218 3.1P 1,082 Lifetime: 192,479 3rd Dam: Schaufine Eland Ruthie GP-82 2y (died during 2nd lactation) 2-1 365 29,610M 3.1F 919 2.8P 819 4th Dam: Miss Rainbow 64 (Mark) EX-92 Lifetime: 111,800
Schaufine Sanchez Rise-ET VG-86 2-0 213d 16,908M 3.2F 532 3.0P 512 Projected 305: 23,786 Rise has a Classic Big Time fall calf & is due in the fall to Aftershock!
National Convention Sponsors
Thank you to our many sponsors for their generous donations to this year's convention! It is greatly appreciated! Sponsors as of May 15, 2014. Platinum $15,000 ~ $29,999 Holstein World John Deere Select Sires Trans Ova Genetics Gold $10,000 ~ $14,999 Allflex Collin’s Fund Dubuque Area Convention & Visitors Bureau Prairie Farms Sexing Technologies Zoetis Silver $5,000 ~ $9,999 ABS Global Accelerated Genetics Merial, Ltd.
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Bronze $2,500 ~ $4,999 American Trust & Savings Bank BouMatic Country View Dairy/Rapson Family Dairy Agenda Today Dairy Farmers of America District 1 Holstein Association Envision GEA Farm Technologies Genex Cooperative, Inc./CRI Holstein International International Protein Sires Lely North America, Inc. Multimin USA, Inc. Semex Swiss Valley Farms
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Eastern Iowa Dairy Systems Easy Fix Rubber Products Edgewood Locker Elkader Veterinary Clinic Extra Step Footbath, Mike Meirick Farm First Dairy Coop Farmers & Merchants Bank, Waukon Fayette County Dairy Promotion First State Bank, Sumner Fitzgerald Inc. Gile Cheese Heavenlee Holsteins - Jeff, Tammy & Jessica Hammerand Matt & Jana Hamlett Dave Hassman, Edward Jones Representative Helle Farm Equipment, Inc. Heritage Mutual Insurance Association Immvac Inc. Innovative Ag Services Co. Interstate Power & Light/Alliant Energy Iowa Bankers Ins. & Services, Inc. Iowa Farm Bureau Federation Iowa State Dairy Science Club Janssen Ventures, Inc. Laura & Jared Jones Kahs-Land Holsteins - Don & Cheryl Kass Kauffman’s Animal Health, Inc. Kemp's Lang’s Dairy Equipment
Copper $1,000 ~ $2,499
AMPI Bodensteiner Implement Boehringer Ingelheim Brewster Dairy, Inc./Stockton Cheese Central State Bank, Elkader Dairy Management Inc. Development Resources of Iowa Dubuque Bank & Trust Elanco Farm Credit Services of America FarmTek Foremost Farms USA Freedom Bank, Elkader, Monona & Postville Hansen's Farm Fresh Dairy/J&J Dairy Iowa Corn Iowa State Dairy Association Luana Savings Bank Micronutrients Northeast Iowa Dairy Foundation Rockway, Inc. ~ Estrotect Taurus Service, Inc. Theisen’s Farm Home & Auto Lyons Holsteins - Doug & Lynnette Lyons Family Ralph Lyons Memorial Maytag Dairy Farms Midwestern BioAg, Inc. Moondale Farm New Vienna Ag Automation Aaron Palmer Petersburg Feed Mill Polytank Inc. Postville Vet Clinic Priority IAC, Inc. Protect the Harvest Quality Liquid Feeds Red-Roxy Quilt Co./Red-E-J Holsteins Rolling Hills Vet Clinic Mark & Twila Schlitzer Schwans, Dyersville Shullsburg Cheese Stardell Farms, Inc. Three Rivers FS Company Tri-Vet Associates Twin County Dairy Upsi-Daisy Cow Lifter Valmetal USA WW Homestead Dairy Wapsie Valley Creamery Welter Seed and Honey Co.
Small photos (l to r): Luck-E Guthrie Kleopatra (VG-86), Matt Engel, Hampshire, IL, Herges photo; Jefco Sabathia Flower, Douglas Jefcoat, Laurel, MS; Roquet Jasmine Sanchez-ET (EX-91-EX-MS), Arethusa Farm LLC, Litchfield, CT; Large photos (l to r): Vandyk-S Gold Chip Nina (VG-88), Landon Van Dyk, Lynden, WA, Robinson photo and BVK Atwood Andrea-ET (EX-92-EX-MS), R. and S. Allyn, J. Lloyd & M. Heath, Canaan, CT, Fisher
Whether you are looking for show-winning style or functional Type, Select Sires is the place to go. With 10 elite sires over +3.00 for Type you are sure to find sires that fit your breeding program. These elite sires include the breedâ€™s No. 1 for Type, G W ATWOOD and a hot new release, GOLD CHIP. Contact your Select Sires representative to order these outstanding Type sires!
Elite Type Sires 7HO10506 G W ATWOOD 7HO10484 SABATHIA 7HO9165 BRAXTON 7HO10920 GOLD CHIP New 7HO9420 GUTHRIE 7HO10468 MOREY 7HO9264 DEMPSEY 7HO10277 BRANCH 7HO8190 SANCHEZ 7HO9893 ATLANTIC
Type +4.66 +3.86 +3.70 +3.70 +3.19 +3.17 +3.10 +3.02 +3.01 +3.00
UDC +3.51 +2.68 +1.97 +3.31 +2.83 +2.61 +2.54 +2.60 +2.03 +2.81
FLC +3.74 +2.36 +2.30 +3.16 +1.82 +2.07 +2.48 +2.86 +2.56 +2.34
Rel.% 99 92 98 89 94 93 87 87 99 99
All bulls on this page qualify for export to Canada. USDA-CDCB/HA Genomic Evaluation 04/14
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Collin's Fund At the 2008 Iowa Spring Holstein Sale, a heifer was sold by Brian and Koral Harbaugh, Holstein breeders from northeast Iowa. This heifer had belonged to their oldest son, Collin. Collin drowned while on an FFA Canoe Outing in the summer of 2007. The Harbaughs approached the Iowa Junior Holstein Advisers with the idea of selling this calf in Collin's memory. The resulting money would be donated to the Iowa Junior Holstein Association and placed in a savings account to be used for the 2014 National Junior Holstein Convention. After discussing the idea, it was decided to sell the heifer and also allow people to give donations to this fund. The heifer sold for $4,600, an additional $7,065 was given by friends and businesses from Iowa and Wisconsin, and the interest accumulated to $719, for a total of $12,884.21. This donation is being used for this year's National Junior Convention. Besides being an excellent student, Collin was very active in many things including music, sports, 4-H and FFA. Because of Collin's connection with his school's FFA program, the Harbaughs wanted to have Steven Brockhus, the National FFA Central Region Vice President, speak at this year's Junior Awards Luncheon. Steven grew up on his parents' dairy farm in northwest Iowa. At Sibley-Ocheyedan High School, he was active in concert, marching and jazz bands. He was a choir member and performed as a lead in several high school plays and musicals. He was a member of the varsity football, wrestling and track teams. He, also, belonged to groups including Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society, 4-H and FFA. After graduation from Iowa State, Brockshus hopes to develop agriculture, teach and be involved in missionary work in a third-world country to encourage community development, spur innovation and motivate people in need. We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to Brian and Koral Harbaugh and their son, Pierce, for this generous gift.
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Where There’s a Will, there’s a Way I support CHUCK WILL as a candidate for National Director of Holstein USA. Chuck is intelligent and articulate and a Registered Holstein Breeder from NW Minnesota. He is a member of the WEST CENTRAL HOLSTEIN CLUB. Chuck served on the MN State Holstein Board for 9 years and was president in 1978-1979 He’s been a visionary in the industry. Chuck loves good cows. He has the highest BAA in MN at 112.5 with 31 Cows. I will definitely support Chuck in his quest to be a National Director of Holstein USA sors of the spon guished We are n ti ota’s Dis Minnes ior Awards Jun
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Focused on the Future: Minnesota Holstein Young Adult Committee By: Kelsey Mussman, MHA Intern
Minnesota has often prided itself on the quality of the Junior Holstein Association, offering many educational, fun and social opportunities for youth across the state to be involved with the breed while developing relationships that will last a lifetime. But where do members go once they pass their 21st birthday? For most, college is wrapping up and it’s time to start looking for a job, whether that means returning home to the farm, or entering industry somewhere. Some even pursue employment unrelated to the dairy industry. A couple years ago, the Minnesota Holstein Association realized an opportunity to strengthen the longevity of the association by welcoming young people into the adult association. In order to do this they formed the Young Adult Committee (YAC); a group dedicated to providing social and educational activities to Holstein enthusiasts ages 21 to 40. The group has grown in size and function, hosting events like a bean bag tournament
at the state show, an embryo sale at the adult convention. As we look to the future the group hopes to create some educational opportunities with speakers and trips, traveling to farms around the state and surrounding area, and bringing in industry leaders to the annual convention to speak on a topic relevant to this age group. With money raised at the embryo auction, the YAC will be offering a scholarship to the 2015 All-Breeds convention, including two free banquet tickets and a one-night stay at the convention hotel. To be eligible to win, you must be a MN Holstein member. To win you’ll simply have to submit your name for the drawing. One winner will be chosen a month before convention. Ideas for both social and education activities are always welcome, if you’d like to learn more about the group, or become more involved, please contact committee chair Megan Herberg at meganherberg@ gmail.com or 507-380-1832. Together we can brighten the future of the Minnesota
Holstein Association, and have some fun along the way. Next event will be the bean bag tournament at the MN State Show, Thursday, June 19th in Caledonia, MN.
YAC Member: Staci Sexton
and Whites, and a few Jerseys. I have always loved farming and knew it was what I wanted to do all my life. My parents have been a great help in getting started in farming.
By: Kelsey Mussman, MHA Intern
2013 bean bag tournament
Young Adult Committee Member Profile
Where did you go to school? I went to school at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and majored in Animal Science with an emphasis in Dairy Production. How long have you been farming? What is your current location and set up? I helped on my parents farm throughout high school but started farming with them in September 2011 in Millville, MN. I started as a farm hand and then in December of 2012 I started my own herd. I have increased my herd to 35 milking cows of Holsteins, Red
Our current set up is a double 8 herringbone parlor where we milk 120 cows. My herd and my parents herd are together but we have separate tanks and DHIA. We run our own crops and raise our own feed and youngstock. My favorite part is working with the baby calves. I do custom raising for Hartford Holsteins, raising their embryo calves up to the age of 10 weeks. I have started to get into genomics of cattle and working to better my genetics of my herd.
Why are you a MHA member? The reason I joined MHA is because I wanted to be involved in the Holsteins and meet more people. It is great to hear how others are doing things and what they are working on and MHA helps connect MN Holstein people together. What is a piece of advice you have to offer? A piece of advice: have goals and always work towards them. I always try to make goals for myself and strive towards them. It doesn’t matter the size of the goal or how long it may take to achieve it, it is a great things to have to push yourself forward.
Discounted MHA Membership Opportunity
The Minnesota Holstein Association board of directors passed a motion to offer a discounted rate of membership for individuals who are ages 21 - 40 and have never had a membership with the adult association or have had a membership in the past but have had a lapse in membership for 28 - NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION
more than one year. The cost of this discounted membership is $30 plus your per cow fee. To become a member you can visit the Minnesota Holstein website at mnholstein.com and find a membership card under the membership tab to fill out and send in.
Also if you would like to stay up to date on the activities of the Young Adult Committee and the Minnesota Holstein Association please send us your email and we will add you to our enewsletter mailing list.
Minnesota Brood Cow Profile: Sonnek Damion Charlie-ET Sonnek Farms in Foreston, MN built its foundation on working with good cow families. Although genomic evaluations have changed the way they select bulls and mate cows, quality of cow families has remained a cornerstone of how they do business. Finding the crossroads where good cow families and strong genomic numbers intersect, Sonnek’s have been able to leverage the quality of their cow families to put some really impressive bulls into AI. Enter Sonnek Damion Charlie-ET (EX94), a Damion daughter from Sonnek Shottle Arcadia (VG-87) x Sonnek Morty Yes-ET (EX-91) X Sonnek Rudolph Thrill (EX-90) x Sonnek Supersire Rose (EX-90). Charlie’s dam, Arcadia was lost as a two year old due to injury and never had the chance to reach her full potential. Charlie has proven herself to be perhaps the best brood cow on the Sonnek farm of this generation, but it comes as no surprise given her lineage. Charlie has two impressive sisters by Bolton, including the well-known Sonnek Blt Double Dipped, and Sonnek Bolton Chocolate (EX-92
By: Megan Herberg, Publication Chair
DOM). 2003 All-American Junior 3-yearold, Sonnek RM Victorias Secret (EX-93) hails from this same family. Of the eleven Excellent cows in the Sonnek’s barn, eight of them hail from this family, including Charlie and sisters by Bolton, Damion, Charles and Goldwyn. Perhaps Charlie’s biggest claim to fame is her two sons Golddust and Corvette, who are lighting up the high PTAT genomic lists. One of the highest type bulls available today, Sonnek Golddust-ET at Jetstream
Genetics currently ranks third for PTAT at +4.50, UDC +4.18 FLC +2.88. Full brother Sonnek GC Corvette-ET at Select Sires is close behind ranking eighth at +4.17PTAT, UDC +3.15, FLC +4.03. Charlie’s really just beginning to make her impact on the Sonnek’s herd. “Charlie’s daughters calve in nice as two year olds but really improve as they grow and mature,” says Eric Sonnek. Her oldest daughter by Goldwyn, Sonnek Goldwyn Elphaba scored GP-83 first calf, and went on to be EX90 in her second lactation. Golddust and Corvette have five full sisters that will calve this summer and fall. Among them Sonnek GC Hotness-ET at +4.15 PTAT. Hotness has pregnancies by Doorman is now pregnant to Hero. Charlie was Sonnek’s first 94-point cow, and is proof that breeding cows on the corner of strong cow families and solid genomic numbers will serve as a profitable breeding platform for years to come.
Sonnek Damion Charlie-ET
Minnesota Holstein Feature Stories The full stories can be found in the Minnesota Holstein News
Twin Spruce Holsteins Twin Spruce Farms has had an interesting past and path that has lead them to many new adventures and expansions. We are excited to partner with them for this year’s 2014 field day and hope you can join us for the day. Twin Spruce Farms, owned and operated by Arnie and Kris Gruenes, is located in Richmond, Minn. Twin Spruce recently finished their latest project on the farm. They are now milking in a double 24 parlor that is expandable to a double 32. Their previous milking facility was a double 14 and is now being used as their fresh cow parlor. Prior to this expansion, they were milking about 1,050 cows. They are now milking 1,250 head with the goal to be at 1,400 by mid fall. As the saying goes, one thing leads to another. The decision to put in a new parlor
derived from the need for a new barn for the dry cows. This led to a bigger barn, which led to more cows, which created a need for a new parlor. There is always something new that they are striving for or working on at Twin Spruce Farm. Besides breeding show type animals, they are collaborating with a few other Minnesota breeders to have a sale this fall. Through all of these adventures, changes and growth the Gruenes family stays true to the fact that they are still in the business of making milk and running a family orientated operation. The Gruenes family welcomes you to attend the 2014 Minnesota Holstein Field day that will take place in conjunction with their open house on Saturday, June 14, 2014. (Full story can be found on pages 6-7 of Minnesota Holstein News)
Forest Lawn Holsteins There won’t be any people milking the 270 cows on the Forest-Lawn Holstein farm anytime soon. Paul, Cindy and Ashley Swenson invested in four Lely robots that has changed their daily farm tasks drastically. The nation’s oldest registered Holstein herd that resides in Nicollet, Minnesota knows that with technology advancing, a change was in place for them especially with Ashley’s plans to come home. Forest-Lawn Holsteins milked their first cow with the robot on July 29, 2013. The first few weeks required a lot of time since the cows needed to transition. But to Paul, that was one of the simplest things to do in the whole scheme of things. (Full story can be found on pages 16-17 of Minnesota Holstein News) NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION - 29
Dubeau Dundee Hezbollah EX-92 EX-MS
Ms Talent Applicious-Red-ET EX-92 EX-MS 2E
Budjon-JK Astro Eternal-ET EX-91
Brainwave Goldwyn Lauramie-ET EX-95
4-09 2x 365 34,120 3.9 1314 3.3 1143 Her dam is the 3E-96 GMD DOM Elegance. Eternal’s December 2012 BRAXTON fits right in!
4-03 2x 305 31,710 3.8 1213 3.0 943 Honorable Mention All-American Junior 3 Year Old 2010 We have her VG VG-87MS WINDBROOK.
4-03 2x 365 42,050 4.4 1859 3.1 1299 Reserve All-American 4 Year Old 2011 Her GOLD CHIP spring yearling will be in our show string this summer.
2-03 3x 365 28,100 4.7 1325 3.5 992 Her dam is the 3E-96 EX-MS Apple-Red, All-American Junior 2 Year Old in 2006. In-Red Apple Cider-Red-ET, a winter calf, was added to our herd.
Another addition is a nice looking March 2013 GOLDSUN from Ragnar Durham Cayci, 2E-92 EX-MS and 157,700 2156 5089 lifetime. These five additions fit right into our program and we look forward to developing these into solid foundation families at Hilltop! We classified in April and added six new Excellents including two EX 3-year-olds, several multiple E cows and 73 Very Goods, including 10 new VG 2-year-olds. We enjoy having visitors so stop by Hilltop & pay us a visit! Managers: Rich, Cal & Loren Greenfield, 920-296-9289 Herdsman: Kevin Greenfield, 920-296-9292 N309 County Trk. Q, Markesan, WI 53946 30 - 2014 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION
RHA: 1064 cows 31,410 3.5 1094 3.14 986 September 2013 classification: 105.4% BAA - 25 EX, 257 VG, 436 GP Find us on Facebook for more cow photos & herd updates facebook.com/hilltopdairy
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Proud to host the 2014 National Convention
IOWA DISTRICT 2 MEMBERS • Anderson Dairy, Aplington • Dave & Pam Bolin / Dan, Lynn, Amara & Vance Bolin, Clarksville • Dietzfield Holsteins, Plainfield • Eagleview Dairy, Nashua • Jeremy & Sara Ebaugh, Waverly • G & J-Pol, Kensett • Granite-Top Dairy, Fairbank • Fobe-Acres, Sumner • Hadwin Kleiss, Fredericksburg • HMCI, Fredericksburg • Haupt’s Dairy Farm, Eldora • Tim Huhe, Cresco • J & J Dairy, Hudson 32 - 2014 National Holstein Convention
• Kevin & Cherish Kueker, Waverly • Leerhoff Dairy, Clarksville • Malvencrest Holsteins, Tony & Bonnie Malven, Cresco • Meyer Dairy Farms, Sumner • Nan Do Holsteins, Waverly • Prairie-Rose Holsteins, Allison • Rampart Acres, Osage • Rockin’-K Holsteins, Cedar Falls • Second Chance Dairy, Waverly • TSKJAK Holsteins, Nashua • West Grove Holsteins, Waterloo • White Gold Dairy, Plainfield • Winken, Inc., Fredericksburg
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Hendel Jman Marlo 3843-ET
GTPI +2370G +2382M +83F +76P +756NM$ +5.0 PL 2.67SCS +3.05T +2.19UDC +1.81FLC Currently being flushed. Dam: (pictured)
Hendel Plt Marilyn 3021-ET VG-87 DOM
2-01 2x 365d 32,800 3.6 1177 3.3 1066 Next Dam:
Hendel Shottle Miami-ET VG-88 GMD DOM
GTPI +2261G +1473M +82F +50P +599NM$ +4.5PL 2.80SCS +2.66T +2.42UDC +1.00FLC Owned by Hendel Farms and Four-Cal Genetics Dam:
Cybil Fisher Photography
Pine-Tree Ohio Num1 5300-ET GTPI +2052
Ri-Val-Re Oak Sunset-ET
GTPI +2414G +1844M +88f +64P +720NM$ +3.6PL 2.79SCS +3.52T +2.82UDC +1.83FLC Owned by Hendel Farms and Four-Cal Genetics Dam:
Ri-Val-Re Obsrvr Salsa-ET VG-86
Hendel Krnch Barb 3864-ET
GTPI +2370G +1315M +62F +52P +734NM# +5.2PL 2.82 SCS +2.84T +2.43UDC +2.30FLC Currently flushing Dam: Hendel Shmrck Bryce 3408-ET VG-85 GTPI +2137G Grand Dam: (pictured)
Hendel Bolivr Basil 2659-ET EX-90
4-09 2x 296d 30,980 4.7 1456 3.8 1180
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14306 Gap Drive, Caledonia, MN 55921 507-458-7680 email@example.com
De-Su Cancun 733-ET
2-06 2x 216d 21,050 3.9 812 3.4 712 inc. Dam: Vision-Gen Oman Fantasa-ET Cancun has 2 sons in A.I. at Select Sires and will have semen available soon. Four-Cal Maris +2384 GTPI +84P Four-Cal Major +2344 GTPI Owned with Four-Cal Genetics Beth Herges
Kerndtway Ehrdt Dallas-ET
GTPI +2143G +1141M +64F +49P +538NM$ +2.6PL 3.09SCS +2.59T +1.95UDC +1.71FLC Dallas is Polled RGZ of 149 Many Embryos Exported Owned by Hendel Farms & Robert Eustice Dam: Golden-Oaks Obrvr Dixie-ET VG-85 DOM 2-00 2x 305d 22,590 4.0 897 3.3 748
Vatland Mogul Mocha 3665-ET
GTPI +2401 G +1820M +79F +59P +815 NM$ +5.5PL 2.82 SCS +2.64T +2.70UDC +2.31FLC Owned by Josh Vatland Dam: (pictured) Vatland Obsvr Maggi 3265-ET GP-84 2-00 2x 295d 22,780 4.1 929 3.5 786
14306 Gap Drive, Caledonia, MN 55921 507-458-7680 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Milksource Genetics, Kaukauna, WI • July 26, 2014 at 1pm
WELCOME MAC PEYTAN VG-87
photos Cybil Fisher, Beth Herges & Vicki Fletcher © cowsmo.com ad design
5th Gen VG or EX Her Uno daughter sells as a package with females & flushes by Magic Day, Kingboy, Megasire, Powerball & Supershot GTPI +2454 NM$786 +2.99T +3.30UDC +3.11FLC
KHW REGIMENT APPLE-RED EX-96 3E DOM
Grand Champion WDE ’11 Reserve WDE ‘13 Her AltaEmbassy granddaughter sells! GTPI +2435 NM$865 PL6.9 Dams: Uno Adele GTPI +2223, Apple EX-96 3E DOM
OCD MAN O MAN FANTOM ET EX-90
Flame granddaughter sells GTPI +2486 NM$813 GLPI +3326 DGV +3411 103F Conf +13 Dam GLPI +3241 Mogul, Fantom EX-90, EX DOM
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COOKIECUTTER MOM HALO ET VG-88 DOM
GTPI +2319 #17 GTPI Cow 8th Gen EX MS from Dellia family! Her Tango grandaughter sells! #6 GTPI Female on May run! GTPI +2571 NM$825 M2033 P72 +4.01T
COOKIECUTTER MOM HALO-ET VG-88 DOM
GTPI+2319 #17 GTPI Cow Her St Louis granddaughter sells! #20 Female on May run #1 St Louis in the breed, she is an early one! GTPI +2541 NM$925 PL7.4
UNIQUE-STYLE BOLTON MONEY EX-91 DOM
Her 84P GTPI +2607 DGV+3644 granddaughter sells! Breeds #1 Balisto! Dam GTPI +2368 O-Style Just fresh looks fantastic!
VIEUXSAULE BOLTON HALIA VG-87 2YR 3*
Her Mar’14 Platinum granddaughter sells! GLPI +3291 DGV +3439 Conf +15 GTPI +2497 +3.39T NM$818 PL5.3 Dams: GP-84 Sudan, Halia VG-87 3*, Dragonfly EX-94 2E 16*
JAS-K GUTHRIE TREASURE *VR VG-86 2YR VG-MS AMMON-PEACHY SHAUNA VG-87 88-MS
5th Gen VG Her *VR AltaOak daughter sells! #2 Variant Red Female in the Breed! GTPI +2350 NM$790 PL6.4
Ohio Style GTPI +2228 PP RC granddaughter sells from Shauna’s VG-87 DOM Zenith sister! Dam of Ohio Style - Colt P PO RC due May ‘14 Dam is maternal sister to Powerball-P Dam!
LARCREST CHIMA VG-88 DOM
Her Beluga great granddaughter sells! #17 GTPI female on May run! GTPI +2545 NM$970 PL8.0 Dams: Facebook (just fresh), Chima VG-88 DOM, Crimson
LE-O-LA ATWOOD GYPSY VG-87
Her Sterling granddaughter sells! GTPI +2429 M2520 F81 P75 - the only Sterling from Golden Dam is a potential VG-85/86 2yr Maternal sister to Gambler GTPI +2475 +3.14T NM$849
LARCREST CRIMSON EX-92 2E DOM
Selling GTPI +2485 Halogen grandddaughter from Crimsonâ€™s sister Clairen VG-85 VG-MS Also selling Balisto GTPI +2537 +3.05T NM$892 Dams: Caboodle VG-85 (VG MS), Coal VG-86
MOR-YET GOLDWYN 682 EX-94 94-MS
Her Balisto granddaughter sells! #2 Balisto daughter in the Breed! GTPI +2542 +3.07T Potential 10th Gen EX. Dam due in Aug
FUSTEAD MOGUL LILAC ET
Due in Aug & looks awesome! Her Distinction daughter sells! #12 GTPI on May run! GTPI +2551 NM$909 M1845 +2.95T Next 3 Dams VG or EX
SCHILLVIEW SHOTTLE GOLDY ET VG-87 GMD DOM LEADERWIN IOTA MONDAY ET
Her Tango great granddaughter sells! #24 GTPI female on May run! GTPI +2534 NM$936 Dam: Robust GTPI +2370 NM$855 due July Next Dam: VG-88
LARCREST MS CHANDA
Fresh and looks fabulous! Selling 2 Stylish AltaOak daughters! GTPI +2556 NM$913 M2233 GTPI+2500 NM$894 M2666 Next Dams: Chenoa VG-87 DOM, Crimson EX-92 2E DOM
Potential VG-86/87 2yr AltaIota Her outstanding Miles daughter sells! GTPI +2429 M2122 F125 P88 Next Dam: EX 2E DOM
BRANDT VIEW MCTCHN MOPSY
Her Midnight daughter sells! GTPI +2488 NM$849 M1930 F105 P69 Outcross maternal line McCutchen x Colby VG-87 DOM x Potter VG-87 DOM 6 more VG/EX Dams 2014 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION - 37
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Milksource Genetics Kaukauna, WI July 26, 2014 at 1pm COOKVIEW GOLDWYN MONIQUE EX-95
All-American 4yr Old ‘13 Reserve All-Canadian 4yr Old ‘13 All-Canadian & Unanimous All-American Sr 3yr Old ‘12 1st Choice Female due Mar 1,’15
CHERRYCREST LYSTER GOLDEN EX-95 3E
Nom. All-American & All-Canadian 5yr Old ‘09 5th gen VG or EX Her Goldwyn Sept calf sells!
ARETHUSA SANCHEZ DICE-ET EX-92
1st Sr 3yr Old, Int. Champion, Best BO NY Spring ‘14 Dams: EX-93 Shottle, EX-96 Delilah AA 125,000lb ‘05 Selling is 1st Choice Atwood Female due Mar 1’15
MS SHES A SIREN-RED EX-92
Grand Champion WI R&W State Show ‘13 Fresh Feb’14, she will show as a 5yr Old! 5 gen VG or EX, she sells!
COOLEA FARMS SANCHEZ LIZA EX-92 3YR
1st Sr 2yr Old & HM Int Champion IL Champ ‘13 1st Sr 2yr Old IL State Fair ‘13 Dams: VG-88 Goldwyn Liza, Lila Z EX-94 18* Fresh & looks incredible- she sells!!
An assumed name of Butler Auctions, Inc. an Illinois corporation, owned soley by Jeff Butler.
SALE MANAGERS - Jeff Butler: 217-341-2437 • email@example.com Assisting - Ed Feller Fellers: 913-484-4121 firstname.lastname@example.org
BLONDIN REDMAN SEISME EX-96
Supreme RWF ‘10 & Res Supreme ‘11 Backed by 7 VG or EX dams! Her Mar’14 stunning Absolute dtr sells! Her Nov’14 Sympatico dtr sells!
IDEE SHOTTLE LAILA EX-94
Nom. All-Canadian Milking Yearling Holstein USA, Star of the Breed Award ‘14 10 gen VG or EX from Lydia family! Her Goldwyn Summer Yrlg sells!
SCHEDULE Fri, July 25 5-8pm-Pizza Social • Cattle Viewing all day Sat, July 26 9am- Tours of Tidy View Dairy & Calf Source 1pm - INTERNATIONAL INTRIGUE SALE 6pm- BBQ Social & Live Band 8pm-midnight
SALE HOST: MILK SOURCE, LLC N3569 VANDEN BOSCH ROAD KAUKAUNA, WI 54130 • www.milksource.com Contact: Jamie Endvick, Genetics Herd Manager email@example.com • PH: 608-566-9096
Hotels: mention Int’l Intrigue at Milksource for special rates - RADISSON HOTEL & CASINO Green Bay, WI PH 920-494-7300• $95 rate! SPRINGHILL SUITES BY MARRIOTT Green Bay, WI PH 920-569-8500 • $129 rate! • CAMBRIA SUITES Appleton, WI PH 920-733-0101 • $109 rate! AIRPORTS: Green Bay 25 mins, Appleton 20 mins, Milwaukee 1.5 hrs, Madison 2hrs 2014 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION - 39
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District 1 Holstein Association is taking an active role in the Future of the Breed! "Striving for Excellence" Elite Breeder Award 2012 – Regancrest, Frank Regan Whitey McKowen Master Breeder Award 2012 – Moondale Farm, Vernice and Dan Moon National Distinguished Junior Member Finalists – Michael Stewart'08, Leah Henkes '10, Matt Henkes '12
"Breeding Superior Holsteins"
Breeders with Bulls in the current Top 100 TPI and Genomic Young Sire Lists De-Su, Regancrest, Kerndtway, Elsbernd, Regel
Mark Kerndt – National Director and National Convention Fund Raising Committee Co-Chair Dan Moon – National Holstein Nominating Committee and National Convention Sale Co-Chair Doug Lyons – National Director Red & White Holstein Association Larry Landsgard – National Convention Chair Trent Henkes – National Convention Vice Chair and Souvenir Program Matt Hamlett – Iowa Holstein President and National Convention Fund Raising Committee Co-Chair Linda Pagel – National Convention Treasurer and Iowa Holstein Association Treasurer Courtney Sales – National Sale Manager Mark and Tammy Knudtson – National Convention Family Fun Night Chairs Sheri Danhof – National Convention Pre-Sale Meal Chair Jana Hamlett and Lana Strein – National Convention President’s Reception Chairs Koral Harbaugh and Connie Bushman – Welcome Planter Chairs Matt Stewart – History Display Chair
"Cream of the Crop Tour" National Convention Host Day Tour District 1 invites you to tour these four outstanding herds in our District on the National Convention Host Day Tour, June 26 ~ Regancrest, Moondale Farm, Henkeseen Holsteins, and Wesselcrest
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District 1 Holstein Breeders would like to remind everyone that we are just a short drive from the convention for anyone wanting to come a day early or stay another day and visit additional herds. For assistance, please contact: Kevin Fossum 563.568.7587 • Jason Menne 563.380.6131 Jess Rediske 563.380.5772
Clayton Countyâ€™s Registered Holstein Breeders Welcome You to Northeast Iowa And the National Holstein Convention!! Andrew Adney,Triple-A-Acres Mark Bischoff, Bisch-Land Doug Brown, Royal-Review Albert Hanson Brian & Koral Harbaugh, Korian Richard and Craig Harbaugh, Harbaugh-Heaven Trent, Leslie and Matt Henkes, Henkeseen Scott Hilgerson, Penny-Royal Chad & Erin Hunt, Hunt-Haven Todd Johnson, STJ Larry, Zach, Jesse and Jordan Landsgard, Lands-Brook Dan, Adam and Drew Martins, Pearl-Lane Jake & Rachel Mills, Mil-Star Dan, Nancy and Kyle Moon, Moondale Alan & Karen Schantz, Apple-Rose Lance & Jonna Schutte, Jo-Lane Greg Shaw, Shaw-Point Larry & Liane Thompson, Distant-Vu Mark & Rondee Troester, MAARS Marjorie Walter, Mar-Gene-W Walt, Brent and Jason Wessel, Wesselcrest Joe, Linda, and Chris Zuercher, Matt & Tara Zuercher, Z-Breeze
Photo by Emily Moon
The "Cream of the Crop" National Convention Farm Tour will take the place of a county barn meeting this summer. Everyone is invited to attend any part of the tour on June 26th as Clayton County showcases a few of their finest! Regancrest 8:30 am, Moondale 10 - 2, Henkeseen Holsteins 10 - 2 and Wesselcrest 2:30. Times are approximate. 2014 National Holstein Convention - 43
2014 MHA Brood Cow DAGGETT-BROOK WIZ DYE EX-94-3E Born: 10/29/04 Sire: Norz-Hill Form Wizard Dam: Daggett-Brook Dyann
5-08 365 42,720 3.6 1558 2.9 1234 • LTD: 2392d 224,605 3.9 8825 3.1 6861 • Dye is in her7th Lactation with an ME over 30,000 & is pregnant
Thank you to all who voted for Dye. We are humbled to have won and proud to have bred such an amazing cow.
Thank you and Good Luck to recent buyers of our cattle: James Beck, Princeton, MN Ryan Eipers, Dodge Center, MN Matthew Struss, Courtland, MN Visitors are always welcome to visit the farm to see Dye along with her family and the rest of the herd.
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2014 Illini Golden Opportunity Sale October 25, 2014 路 Effingham County Fairgrounds 路 Altamont, Illinois
Schluter Roy Leann EX-94
Sold in the 2006 Illini Golden Opportunity Sale 1st time offering from this show favorite sells! The Illinois Holstein Assoication would also like to show our support for the nomination of Dale Drendel for National Holstein Director!
Wilra Planet 961-ET VG-85
Sold in the 2011 Illini Golden Opportunity Sale 1st Choice Kingboy sells from the contract cow!
Sale Chairman: Kevin Wendling -- 217.240.6196 Co-Chairman: Jason Swanson -- 815.703.7607 Make sure to visit www.illinoisholsteins.com for up-to-date information! 2014 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION - 45
Our "Cream of the Crop"
Generatio ns o Excellenc f e from the Hillary's!
Henkeseen Toy Lynn-ET EX-92-2E 5-11 365 38,531 3.0 1172 2.6 1015 Reserve All-Iowa Aged Cow, 2013 Next Dams: EX-90, EX-92, EX-91, EX-94, EX-94
Henkeseen Encore Ellen-ET EX-93-3E 7-9 365 34,977 3.9 1434 3.2 1186 All-Iowa 125,000# Cow, 2011 HM Junior All-American, 2011 Next Dams: EX-94, EX-94
Henkeseen Ad Riddle-Red-ET EX-92 5-8 346 23,091 3.9 895 3.2 730 Reserve All-Iowa Senior-3Yr-Old, 2010 3rd, Red & White Futurity, 2010 WDE Next Dams: EX-92, EX-91, EX-92, EX-94, EX-94
Henkeseen Ad Rumor-Red-ET EX-92-2E 5-8 365 26,616 4.0 1069 3.2 820 Next Dams: EX-92, EX-91, EX-92, EX-94, EX-94
Henkeseen Jasper Rain EX-91 3-2 365 25,814 4.0 1041 3.2 813 Int Champion, 2012 Iowa Junior Holstein Show Nominated Junior All-American, 2012 Next Dams: EX-91, EX-92, EX-94, EX-94
Hnkes-Wessel Atw Ebony-ET VG-85 1st Lact Next Dams: EX-93, EX-91, EX-94, EX-94 She's a 2nd calf Atwood due back in December to McCutchen Watch for her new score on June 10th!
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We’d like to invite everyone to stop at our farm for the “Cream of the Crop” Convention Tour June 26th. Feel free to participate in the tour even if you’re not on the buses! 11/13 BAA 111.3% 29 EX 35 VG 2 GP
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MN DIRECTORY OF SERVICES Dairyland Supply Specializing in TMR Mixers and Manure Handling Equipment www.dairylandsupplyinc.com
STEVE PETERSON PETE’S AUCTION & PHOTO, INC. Normen Peterson Auctioneer & Photographer
25664 Co Rd 5 Ph. 507-352-4162 Wykoff, MN 55990 Fax 507-352-5981 www.petesauctionandphoto.com Email email@example.com
DIRECTORY OF GENETICS
Regional Representative and Tri-Captain Holstein Association USA 62039 County Road 50 Wadena, MN 56482 Fax 218-631-3013 Cell 218-849-2238
Thompson Acres Holsteins As of March 2014 Classification – BAA of 110.7 100% Homebred Recognized 8 years as a PBR Herd
Advertise your embryos, cattle or any type of genetics HERE for only $35/issue. This also covers a three-month listing on the Minnesota Holstein website www.mnholstein.com
David Thompson & Family
CALL 320-259-0637 TODAY TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT!
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Joel J. Sloan aAa Approved Animal Analysis Associate 40713 State Hwy 44 Mabel, MN 55954
Phone: 507-493-5974 Mobile: 507-951-8663
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Potential 7th generation Excellent sells July 10 at the
Central Wisconsin Summer Event
Marybee Fever Adasia
• Due 9/15/14 to Sanchez • Junior 2-Year-Old for the fall shows Dam: Butz-Butler Jaspr Aspire EX-90 2nd Dam: Butz-Butler Dunde Avalon EX-90 3rd Dam: Whittier-Farms Autumn-ET EX-90 4th Dam: BKB Abby-ET EX-95 5th Dam: Shoremar S Alicia-ET EX-97 6th Dam: C Aitkenbrae Starbuck Ada EX-94
MARYBEE HOLSTEINS Mary Feucht
Waupun, WI • 920-979-4147 • email@example.com
MS SUGAR-C ALEXNDR QUEEN-ET EX-90 at 3Y GTPI +1913
2-00 3x 365 37,940 3.7 1413 3.0 1140 • She is developing into everything we expected • 5 daughters in the herd - 3 bred heifers by Numero Uno, a Planet & a Jabir From 11 generations of Excellent & Very Good dams:
Lea McCullough photo
Dam: VG-86 VG-MS Shottle 2nd Dam: VG-88 EX-MS GMD Morty 3rd Dam: EX-91 EX-MS Manfred 4th Dam: EX-90 EX-MS Rudolph 5th Dam: 3E-92 EX-MS GMD DOM Leadman 6th Dam: 2E-90 GMD DOM Rotate 7th Dam: 4E-97 GMD DOM Northcroft Ella Elevation 8th Dam: 2E-91 EX-MS GMD DOM 9th dam VG-85; 10th dam VG-89; 11th dam VG-85
The April classification is in and we are very pleased. We added 4 Excellents and 16 Very Good 2-year-olds. Visitors are always welcome. Stop by - we would love to show you the herd & the high lifetime cows. e ke
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This cow family does not miss! Indianhead Redcarpet Tia-ET VG-88 2Y
2-05 3x 328 30,339 4.6 1402 3.5 1060 Sire: Maple-Downs-I G W Atwood Dam: Indianhead Milan Tina EX-92 3E 8-11 3x 365 36,340 4.2 1538 3.2 1150 2nd Dam: C Alanvale Inspiration Tina EX-95 GMD DOM 6-00 2x 365 36,010 5.1 1829 3.3 1184 Res. All-American Aged Cow ‘95 & ‘96
Tia has a fancy March heifer by Big Apple & female pregnancies by Brokaw. She needs to see the classifier and will be on the tanbark as a 4 Year Old.
Indianhead Kite Brigeta VG-87 2Y
2-03 3x 339 22,645 4.2 955 3.5 797
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Sire: Markwell Kite EX Dam: Indianhead SN Brigeen EX-91 4-03 3x 348 31,310 4.4 1381 3.5 1103 2nd Dam: Indianhead Astre Bethsheba EX-94 4-07 3x 365 38,130 4.4 1676 3.2 1239 3rd Dam: Indianhead Mark Bella EX-90 4-06 2x 349 39,490 3.5 1377 2.7 1079 4th Dam: “Bic Betty” EX-94 GMD DOM 1st cow of the breed to have 20 EX daughters
Brigeta is a fantastic young cow and represents what strength in cow families is all about. She calved out beautifully... should be an easy shoo-in for EX. Watch for her on the tanbark!
Greenlea Talent Cat EX-94 2E
5-05 3x 322 36,183 3.6 1316 3.2 1158 1st 5 Year Old, WDE 2011
Attention: To the National Red & White Convention Sale... Calista Cat’s fancy winter yearling by Red Burst. Bred to sexed Armani & will be entered to show.
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Robert & Karyn Schauf 1659 10 1/2 Street, Barron, WI 54812 Ph: 715-537-9376 Bob’s Cell: 715-790-7202 E-mail: email@example.com
BAA: 111.9% RHA: 84 cows 30,107 3.89 1171 3.1 933 Herdsmen: Mike Mertins & Craig Ross
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National Convention Trade Show Friday, June 27 9:00 am - 5:00 pm â€˘ Saturday, June 28 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Trade Show will be located in the Exhibition Hall of the Grand RiverCenter. It is free and open to the public. Don't forget to stop and enjoy the free dairy bar. The Trade Show will feature everything from the latest dairy milking equipment, waterers and water treatments, pregnancy testing equipment, the finest in genetics, dairy nutritional and feed products, dairy production testing, dairy processors, dairy ventilation equipment, growing fodder, calf housing and John Deere equipment.
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Area dairy farmers look to our expert lenders for solid advice and banking products and services designed to help their operation run smoothly and cost efficiently. From start-up to expansion we want to be your bank. Enjoy refreshments at The Dairy Bar made possible by American Trust and American Bank, and visit with the business bankers at our booth!
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The West Central Holstein Club would like to show our support for our very own member:
A Growing Family...
Congratulations to our two daughters and their new husbands on their recent marriages.
CHUCK WILL As he runs for the Holstein USA National Board of Directors as Director at Large.
Jennifer & Steve Landman Married on October 12, 2013
Best of luck Chuck! **Also don’t forget to save the date for the 2016 All-Breeds Convention. Dates: March 3-5, 2016 Location: Best Western/Doublewood Inn Fargo, North Dakota
John & Berlinda VanderWal & Family Trevor & Alisha Ekkel Pipestone, Minn. 507-215-0339 firstname.lastname@example.org
Alisha & Trevor Ekkel Married on April 12, 2014
Spring is filled with excitement and Anticipation at Sherdale Farm Seth is graduating from high school
Seth with Highborn Gold Minnell-ET EX Minnell is and EX 4-yr-old backed by 12 generations of EX or high VG dams
Good luck to all at the summer shows - Hope to see you there!
Donovan is graduating from the U of M Crookston with a degree in Animal Science.
We are also anxiously awaiting the birth of Donovan and Whitney's first child. Donovan and Whitney Rupprecht
Dale and Sherri Rupprecht and Sons
18141 220th St. NE Thief River Falls, MN 56701 - (218) 681-6419 Dale (218) 684-1029 Cole (651) 303-8023 Seth (218) 689-7041
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Annesa’s World Reknown Dam
Ms Apples Annesa-ET
VG-85 VG-MS GTPI +2151
1-11 3x 361 29,250 4.5 1317 3.5 1030
#2 GTPI Red or Red Carrier Cow of the breed (4/14)
~ Due in July
Selling July 25 at the 50th Anniversary National Red & White Convention Sale: 1st Choice of 5 female Malone-Red pregnancies due in September and October
KHW Regiment Apple-Red-ET EX-96 3E DOM 4-01 365 35,750 4.7 1682 3.5 1247 Red Impact Cow of the Year 2013 Reserve Grand Champion, WDE 2013 Grand Champion, WDE 2011
Bookem Fancy (pictured), VG-85 VG-MS at 2-06, had a great day in April and jumped to +2205 GTPI and +52P. Currently at 25,830 976F 838P in 240 days, she is projected at 31,538 1190F 1034P and due in August. Fancy is a daughter of Melarry Goldwyn Fate, EX-91 DOM. Stay tuned for a Fate oﬀering in the 2nd Melarry Vision of Excellence Sale in September.
Mystic Valley Dairy LLC
Mitch Breunig 8667 Cty. Hwy. V, Sauk City, WI 53583 608.643.6818 • e-mail: email@example.com 24 EX, 149 VG, 161 GP, 42 G RHA: 425 cows 33,045 3.9 1288 3.02 999
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Best Wishes Congratulations to the Iowa Holstein Association for hosting the 2014 National Holstein Convention! We encourage attendees to enjoy the great cows and breeders in Iowa! “Breeding Cows, Not Numbers”
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VG-88 · GTPI +1995 · PTA +1654M +2.59T We are working with several exciting daughters of Panda! Make sure to stop by on your way out to the 2015 National Holstein Convention. We are located just minutes from Highway 20 north of Galena!
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LYONS-DL SECURE GINSENG-RED VG-87
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Lucky is a Junior 3 year old daughter of Mr Chassity GW Casino-ET. Her dams include a VG Zenith, an EX Champion, and an EX Linjet. We are looking forward to a future with this young lady in 'black' as she sees the classifier in June.
Doug, Lynnette, Carly and Michael 131 Military Road | Castalia, IA 52133
2nd Junior 3-Year-Old, 1st Junior & HM Champion of the Junior Show, 2014 Midwest Spring R&W Show 2013 Junior All-American R&W Junior 2 Year Old 2013 Junior All-Iowa and All-Iowa Junior 2 Year Old Fresh April 9th with a Licorice-Red heifer. Ginseng's Dam - Lyons-DL Rubens Gin-ET-RC EX-90 fresh April 12th with an RC full sister to Ginseng.
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Budjon Boarding & St. Jacobs ABC to Host 2014 WHA State Picnic Budjon Boarding and St. Jacobs ABC are excited to host the 2014 Wisconsin Holstein Association State Picnic at the farm on Sunday, July 27. This dynamic duo will provide a unique opportunity for Holstein enthusiasts to see a complete overhaul and facelift of the well-known Budjon Farms, in addition to a daughter display and the opportunity to hear more from an elite, type-focused AI organization in St. Jacobs ABC. Budjon Farms has been an integral part of the Wisconsin dairy landscape for many years. John and Mary Cull made the move to Lomira and their current location in the winter of 1998 from Pewaukee. Their son Tom married Kelli in 2000, the same year he John, Tom & Kelli Cull came home to farm with his parents. In 2003, Kelli came home to farm full-time, and she and Tom entered into a 50/50 partnership with John and Mary for both the facilities and cattle. While Budjon has always been home to a small milking herd, the boarding part of the business has truly flourished over the course of ten years. The Culls admit that the boarding part of their operation started somewhat unintentionally, when the partnership with Joel Kietzman started with the purchase of Elegance and formation of Elegance Futures. The Culls also owned additional animals with Mark Rueth and Joel Kietzman that were boarded at the farm. Elegance Futures remains a separate entity between the Culls and Kietzmans that employs the farm to house partnership cattle. Through the years the word and proof of elite care at Budjon has spread, and the business has grown and evolved to house both elite show cattle and more recently, young calves. Many animals have been housed for various partners, but the oﬃcial start of the boarding business began when Jeff Butler and his partners were looking for a place to go with their animals between leaving a location and building the next. Jeff had made plans to build a barn in Chebanse, and sent 10-15 head to live at Budjon for a year and a half while waiting for completion of his facilities. The Culls had the opportunity to get to know Jeff through working with Winterbay Goldwyn Lotto, who was owned with Peter Vail, a partner of Budjon’s through other females. That year, Lotto was Grand at the Royal and truly opened people’s eyes to the special care provided by the Culls. Idee Goldwyn
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Lynley, owned by Butlerview and Gen-Com was All-American Senior Three-Year-Old and Intermediate Champion at World Dairy Expo. Deboer Gldwn Snow Velvet-ET was All-American and All-Canadian Junior Three-Year-Old, and also owned by Butlerview. The results of Budjon care for this trio of females was only further proof of the benefits of breeders investing in the Budjon Boarding business. Lotto was only the beginning of special females coming to live at Budjon. Tom and Kelli were fortunate to work with Mario Comtois of Gen-Com, a Lynley partner who approached them to work with his entire show string from the end of summer through World Dairy Expo in Madison. The Culls helped Gen-Com for two years, resulting in Premier Exhibitor banners at the three major fall shows both years, along with having Grand Champion at both the Royal and World Dairy Expo. Mario’s confidence in Budjon and the care provided has set the bar high for getting cows ready for the colored shavings. In the last three years, Budjon has prepared 36 All-American Nominations (Black & White Holsteins). This impressive list includes Dubeau Dundee Hezbollah, Charwill Attic Marcy, Scientific Gold Dana Rae, Earhardt Gold Beauty, Robrook Goldwyn Cameron, RF Goldwyn Hailey, Idee Goldwyn Lynley, Siemers Goldwyn Goldie, and Budjon-JK Emilys Edair. In addition to the high profile show cow aspect of the business, the calf business is where Budjon is able to utilize another aspect of their facilities. The Culls work with various recipient organizations to acquire young calves that are produced for joint clients. The calves arrive at Budjon at about one month of age. Those calves range from everything from high type potential show calves to high genomic females to bulls destined for stud. Budjon has 100 calf hutches, ten super hutches, and a weaning barn that brings their calf total on any given day at just shy of 200 head under four months of age. Even though there is a large emphasis on the calf operation, the milk barn is still filled with 65 cows. Budjon Farms has an inventory of about 400 head. One third of these are owned by Budjon or in partnership. The remaining two-thirds are owned by the 60-plus clients that utilize the Budjon Boarding business. In the year 2013, 980 head arrived and 880 exited the farm. This results in trucks coming and going and organizing transportation and health papers on a weekly basis. Teaming up with St. Jacobs ABC One business and boarding partnership that has been very successful for the Culls is that forned with Tim Abbott and St. Jacobs ABC, cohost of this year’s WHA State Picnic. Tom and Kelli were able to get to
Tim, Sharyn, Chelsea and Caitlyn Abbott know Tim as a friend through ABS just about the time he was looking to get his feet wet in the female business. Tim was looking to invest in high profile daughters from ABS/STJ sires, and after Dubeau Dundee Hezbollah was Intermediate Champion at WDE, the Budjon/ STJ connection was born. STJ continues to have a strong business relationship and friendship with Budjon through IVF work and prominent females still cared for by the Culls. St. Jacobs Animal Breeding Corp (STJ) is focused on the development of elite dairy cattle genetics and developing dairy cattle with outstanding type traits for function and competition. STJ believes that breeding cattle with outstanding type is an art, and STJ has the desire to fulfill the need for high type genetics for breeders that are passionate about their cattle and enjoy seeing a great herd of cattle when they go to the barn each morning. STJ is owned by Tim and Sharyn Abbott of Franklin, Vermont, and remains a long time partner of ABS Global, Inc., in DeForest – the exclusive distributor for STJ products worldwide. STJ continues to invest in top-end show cows to provide premier type and breeder genetics for breeders worldwide. Owner Tim Abbott plans to keep the best cows boarded
at Budjon, as Tim says one of the cheapest expenses is the level of care at Budjon that cannot be reproduced. The Cull’s knowledge, facilities and care, in addition to their location in Wisconsin, provides an ideal situation for STJ females. Currently, STJ has one female housed at Budjon that is also owned in partnership with the Culls. Robrook Goldwyn Cameron, EX-94, has been dominating the spring show ring as a five-year-old, and calls Budjon home. The popular Butz-Butler Gold Barbara, EX-92, was purchased with Kueffner, River Valley, and Iager last year, and was Intermediate Champion at WDE 2013 and Reserve Grand at the NY Spring National this year. Barbara and Cameron’s daughters will eventually be living at Budjon. Cameron has a son by Aftershock and one by Gold Chip that will enter the STJ sire program in the fall. Barbara is a sister to STJ’s popular sire, Buxton, and continues to make bulls for the STJ program, including popular young sire Brazzle. Visitors to this year’s picnic can expect a fantastic display of STJ daughters from all programs, including the Red & White, Judge’s Choice, and Breeder’s Choice line-ups. Daughters that will be highlighted include Aftershock, Destry *RC and Buxton, in addition to Maxwell-Red and Perseus *RC. The Abbotts are also hoping to have daughters by Heztry *RC, Hezton, Declan, Attorney and Freeze. Additional females that will be on display include high-profile, Budjon-bred beauties Linjet Eileen, EX-95, and Redmarker Desire, EX-96. Also at the farm will be genomic giant Seagull-Bay Miss America, 2014 Spring Show Champion Robrook Goldwyn Cameron, Reserve Champion of the Mid-East Spring National, Rocky Mountain Sanchez Finesse,
and more! Visitors will not be disappointed in the quality and depth of females on display at every age. Budjon and St. Jacobs ABC are ecstatic to open the doors to visitors the weekend of July 27. A tag sale will kick off the festivities on Thursday, July 24, at 12:00 noon, and everything will be priced at the farm. On Friday, July 25, a BBQ oyster feed will start at 12:00 noon for the tag sale and STJ daughter viewing. On Sunday, the tag sale will still be running in addition to the STJ daughter viewing, and the Wisconsin Holstein Association will have a brief program and annual picnic festivities.
Dubeau Dundee Hezbollah EX-92
Robrook Goldwyn Cameron EX-94
Upcoming WHA Events 2014 WHA District Show schedule
June 13 District 10 Holstein Show, Plymouth 16 District 2 Holstein Show, Black River Falls 17 District 6 Holstein Show, Janesville 18 District 4 Holstein Show, Medford 18 District 5 Holstein Show, Baraboo 19 District 8 Holstein Show, Beaver Dam 20 District 3 Holstein Show, Lancaster 23 District 1 Holstein Show, Chippewa Falls 23 District 7 Holstein Show, Weyauwega Visit the WHA website for more details on each show.
2014 WHA Championship Show July 14 & 15 • Mineral Point, WI Sunday, July 13 - Red & White Show, 4:00 p.m. Monday, July 14 - Junior Judging Contest, 9:00 a.m. (open to all youth) Heifer Show - 2:00 p.m. Showmanship Contest 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, July 15 - Cow Show - 9:00 a.m.
2014 Wisconsin State Picnic
July 27 • Budjon Farms, Lomira, WI See ad on page 40 for schedule of the weekend’s activities
2014 Wisconsin Holstein Futurity Saturday, August 9 • 5:30 p.m. WI State Fair Park, West Allis Come see this year’s crop of 3-Year-Old futurity entries along with the exhibitors dressed in their finest!
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A Pretty Bull Mother! SONNEK DAMION CHARLIE EX-94
3-04 2x 365d 26,240 4.0 1050 3.5 922 Sire: Damion Dam: Sonnek Shottle Arcadia VG-87 Not only is Charlie our first homebred 94-point cow, but she is a barn favorite! She is the transmitting kind with two sons in A.I., Golddust and Corvette, and several promising young daughters in the herd, including an EX-90 second lactation Goldwyn. Charlie has pregnancies by Atwood and Doorman, and IVF embryos by Atwood and Destry.
15439 150th Ave Foreston, MN 56330 320-266-1510 firstname.lastname@example.org
We hosted the Minnesota Junior Holstein Association convention attendees to both farm locations on Saturday, March 29th. It was a great opportunity to support the MJHA, an organization that our family has had the opportunity to enjoy.
Congratulations to Russell Wirt for his upcoming award. The National Dairy Shrine Pioneer Award.
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Webb-Vue Gabor Mycala-ET VG-87 EX-MS DOM +2324 GTPI
2-02 3x 351 33,670 4.8 1602 3.0 1026 Sire: Willow-Marsh-CC Gabor-ET - great dairy cows with tremendous will to milk Dam: Webb-Vue Baxter Brieanna-ET +2040 GTPI - has sons in A.I. 2nd Dam: Webb-Vue Goldwyn Elvira-ET EX-90 EX-MS DOM over 50,000M, 9 sons in A.I. - dam of Luciano 7HO10632 3rd Dam: Webb-Vue Marshall Bryanna EX-90 GMD DOM over 200,000M lifetime
Mycala’s impact is just starting to be noticed: • Plan son at Select Sires • SuperLarge son at Semex • Supersire son at Select Sires (over +2500 GTPI) • Females by these sires are part of our genetic program • Embryos by Montross, Balisto, Tatum due this summer • Mycala has 2 full sisters: Gabor Shameirah VG-87 VG-MS & Dayalyn VG VG-MS, both have high testing daughters When looking for quality replacements and genetics, keep us in mind. Also consider Summit Seed LLC for your corn and forage needs (a Division of Summit Farms).
Robert & Peggy Webb
N5328 W. County A, Plymouth, WI 53073 | Phone: 920-526-3504 | Fax: 920-526-3385 | Bob’s cell: 920-377-1079 E-mail: email@example.com www.summitfarmsdairy.com 66 - 2014 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION
The Future Looks Bright Gen-I-Beq Mascalese Bronze +3026G
Bronze was purchased this spring at the Ontario Tag Sale. We look forward to developing this beautiful junior yearling and plan to flush her this summer. She is one of the breed leaders for conformation +22DGV. Her 4th dam is Braedale Baler Twine.
Stempfle Atwood Glice-ET Glice is due in August. 2013 Show Winnings:
Reserve All-Iowa Senior Yearling Junior All-Iowa Senior Yearling
2012 Show Winnings:
All-Iowa & Junior All-Iowa Senior Calf Junior Champion, Iowa State Fair & Iowa Holstein Show Look for her December 2013 sisters by Atwood and Goldwyn on the show circuit this summer. Her Sister: Windbrook Glitter Reserve Junior Champion & 1st Senior Calf, 2013 Iowa State Fair
Paul, Jody, Scott & Jessica Stempfle 16707 100th St • Maynard, IA 50655 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 563.920.9495 2014 National Holstein Convention - 67
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Dam: Wargo-Acres Blton Mopsie EX-93 2E
Wargo-Acres Guth Metalic-ET VG-87 at 2-04
BAA: 108.1% on 287 cows RHA: 384 cows 30,495 3.8 1157 3.1 930
Check us out at www.wargoacres.com
email@example.com | 608-592-2560 Craig cell
W13157 Co. Hwy. J, Lodi, WI 53555
Gordon & Emily Carncross Craig & Jen Carncross
Metalic is one of five VG 2-year-olds out of Mopsie with many more to come. Mopsie has re-entered the flush program after going up to EX-93 and we donâ€™t think she is done yet. Inquiries are welcome.
Selling in the National Convention Sale
Hawkeye Shot Reba
Reba is a fancy summer yearling for this summer from All-American heritage! A Shot heifer with style, balance, and promises to be a great cow.
Ms Durham Rina EX-90
5-06 305 2X 25,897 4.2 1078 3.2 835 Inc 2nd Dam:
Pfaffs Gibson Rally EX-94-3E
5-07 2X 365 41,780 4.1 1696 3.3 1387
Dave & Lisa Chapman Family • 3881 350th St. • Ruthven, IA 51358 Dave: 712.480.4410 • Cody: 712.480.0410 • firstname.lastname@example.org 70 - 2014 National Holstein Convention
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Cows we are working with ~ Premic-RCF S Darisha VG-85 Triple-A Stormatic Tonya EX-90 Futurehart Morty Legacy VG-86 Granite Road Blade Toots VG-86
& Heifers ~
Granite Road Showdown Shade Granite Road Guthrie Dag Granite Road Aftshck Sylvia Granite Road Asteroid Debbie
Ryan and Brianne Sparrgrove Dillion, Blake, and Chloe
29134 Granite Road ~ Ossian, IA 52161 563-562-9033 email@example.com
Reality Check List Hurtgen-Vue Reality-Red VG-88 aAa: 213645 • DMS: 126,246 Sept Storm x Hanoverhill Renaissance
r √Breed Leader Reality-Red is the No. 1 Red TPI Sire with 99% reliability. He has ranked in the top 4 TPI Red & White sires for every sire summary since January 2009.
r √Staying Power His TPI is +1984 and has increased over 300 points since his first proof in 2008. What’s most impressive is that the increase is credited exclusively to his 2,220 producing daughters. r √Pedigree with longevity
His dam, Hurtgen-Vue HHR Vanessa-Red 3E-93 DOM, calved consistently and in her 6th lactation at 7y11m made her highest record of 37,230M 1394F 1179P. She was twice nominated “Red Impact Cow of the Year” by Holstein International. Her dam was one of 4 Very Good sisters, all over 100,000 LT. Next dam was VG-86 EX-MS DOM Cavalier with 170,000 LT.
r √Outcross Genetics
And in a dairy genetics world that has focused narrowly on a few bloodlines, the breed is in need of outcross genetics. Reality-Red has been the No.1 Expected Future Inbreeding sire for six consec-
utive years spanning 17 sire summaries!
r √National & Regional Show Champions
Make your milk more valuable. Daughters average over 25,000 pounds of milk with off-the-chart components. +.29%F +.07%P Int. & Res. Grand Champion – All-American R&W Show 2013 Intermediate Champion – Mideast Fall R&W Show 2013 Intermediate Champion – Int'l Spring R&W Show 2014 Res. Intermediate Champion – Midwest Spring R&W Show 2014 Junior Champion – International Spring R&W Show 2014 Reserve Junior Champion – Midwest Spring R&W Show 2014 Reserve Junior Champion – Quebec Spring R&W Show 2014 Grand Champion - Int'l Spring R&W Jr. Show 2014 Res. Intermediate Champion - International R&W Jr. Show 2012 Res. Junior Champion - International R&W Jr Show 2012
r √All-American and All-Canadian Red & Whites
Reality-Red sired six Junior All-American R&W nominations (three in milking form) with two All-American winners in 2013. He also had 5 All-American nominated individuals plus two groups. In 2012, 9 Junior All-American R&W nominations and 4 All-American R&W nominations were Realitys. Reality-Red was also the second leading sire of 2011 All-Canadian Red & Whites.
r √Impressive Type Reality-Red has consistently transmitted impressive type traits: +2.38T +1.79 UDC +2.71 FLC r √Health Traits
He has dozens of Excellent daughters scattered in 11 states from California to New York. Canadian daughters are 79% GP or better.
r √Breeder confidence
Calving ease, attractive daughter pregnancy rate and somatic cell There is great personal satisfaction as well as a humbling honor when breeders have faith in your breeding program. Eleven of Holstein Association's Distinguished Young Breeders and Elite Breeders have used Reality-Red. This list includes Elite Breeder, Bob Miller, with Mil-R-Mor Reality Desi EX-90 EX(92)MS and Young Breeder winners, Jonathan and Alicia Lamb, who have bred three Excellent Reality daughters.
Semen marketed exclusively by Accelerated Genetics.
April 2014 data
Granite Road Dairy
Red & White and Black & White Holsteins
Andy & Jean Hurtgen • Patti ~ Richey ~ Sandi 26792 McFarland Rd., Monroe, OR 97456 • Phone/Fax: (541) 424-3391 To learn more and see daughter photos, visit reality-red.blogspot.com
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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS
Russ & Rosie Bauman
5117 CTH “N”, EDGAR, WI 54426 • 715-352-3656 Mike & Linda King Kevin & June King
Visitors welcomed by appointment
Edgar, WI • 715-352-3177
GRANDEUR HOLSTEINS BLIVEN FAMILY
R865 Mount View Lane Athens, WI 54411 Phone: 715-257-7255 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gary Stankowski Owner
Good-Time registered Holsteins
Home: 3860 Sugar Bush Rd. Mosinee, WI 54455 (715) 693-3197 Farm: 543 Hwy. S Mosinee, WI 54455 (715) 693-0799
A sale is in our future this summer! Look for more info to come... can’t wait to share some great genetics with everyone.
Dream Team Holsteins
Don, Jenna, Malayna & Kendra Fahey 11360 Rainbow Dr., Merrill, WI 54452 715-539-8320 email@example.com
SCHREIBER ACRES LLC Galen & Marlene
2193 Wuerztburg Rd., Athens, WI 54411 Ph.: 715-223-4534 Cell: 715-680-0437 firstname.lastname@example.org
Bart & Brittany 2213 Wuerztburg Rd., Athens, WI 54411 Cell: 715-613-9172
May 8, 2014 Jo-Wal-Langs Gold Nadia-ET EX-94 EX-94MS at 8-05 and Jo-Wal-Langs Tlnt Nanny-ET EX-94 EX-94MS at 6-05 Crestwood Durham Emmy EX Dam of three beautiful two-year-old Million daughters. Her sire stack includes Durham, Bubba, Jolt, Blackstar, Mark, Tradition, Valiant, Pete, Monitor and Chief. 4th Dam is Lane-Crest Mark Easter EX-92, featured in our last ad. 9th dam is Ronhub Doll Arlinda Chief, 3E-91 - foundation cow and 4th dam of Lane-Crest Bell Rex Dolly, EX-92 GMD.
Loren & Anita Birkey
Wausau, WI • 715-845-8601 72 - 2014 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION
Believed to be first time ever a mother & daughter scored EX-94 and EX-94 mammary on the same day. JOE & GEORGE WALDVOGEL & Sons 3604 Merrill Ave., Wausau, WI 54401 Phone: 715-675-2858 • email@example.com and
Lang’s Twin Elm Farms, Inc.
Fred Lang Marathon, WI Phone: 715-443-2037 Fax: 715-443-3742
MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS
Ded-Dit Holsteins Seefeldt-Acres Mill Lexie GP-84 VG-MS Milking & looking good. Housed at Fustead Holsteins
Doug Dittmar 6006 - 3 Birch Street, Schofield, WI 54476
Bosside Apl Arabella-Red February flush - 9 #1 embyros by Dual PP Dam: Ms Apple Danika VG-85 2nd Dam: Ms Delicious Apple-Red VG-88 3rd Dam: KHW Regiment Apple-Red EX-96 owned by Sam Nigon
B921 Century Rd., Spencer, WI 54479 715-659-3844
On-Q Jackman Sun-ET
Keith & Cassi Bauman Korbyn, Karsyn & Chase W615 Cty. Hwy. N, Edgar, WI 54426 715-615-3552
up to +2489 GTPI +877NM (4/14) An early AltaJackman & 4th highest GTPI New news - Sun’s brother!
On-Q Earnhardt Driver-P Polled! and +2358 GTPI • A.I. interest
Their Dam: Ms Brandys Bella-ET +2235 GTPI by Armitage
Steve, Sarah, Andrew, Alayne, Audree, Annica & Angela Marcis F4016 Cty E Stratford, WI 715-687-2251 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org RHA: 2x 28,137 3.8 1076 3.1 879 Home of the “H” Family
Har-Dale-Acres Rob Clair-ET
is fresh and looks great. She is a Robust out of Goldcrest Shottle Candy-ET. Clair has three Predestine heifers and one bull born already and she had a Numero Uno bull herself.
Fred, Lynne & Matt Harder
8470 Hwy. H, Athens, WI 54411 Phone/Fax: 715-257-7480 • Matt cell: 715-571-3792
Their Granddam: Ms Apple Brandy-ET VG-88 3-01 2x 365 24,950 5.0 1240 3.8 951
3rd Dam: KHW Regiment Apple-Red-ET EX-96 2E DOM
On-Q Holsteins LLC Dan and Michelle Mielke
F2171 Huckleberry Rd, Colby, WI 54421 715-223-4371 Cell: 715-255-2356 email: email@example.com
A Grass-Based dairy farm with Strong Cow Families
Sam & Jenn Zimmermann
Mason, Adelle, Neah & Garrison E2259 County Rd. Q, Ringle, WI 54471 Cell: 715-218-8619
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“Striving for that fine line of genetic excellence”
When your world comes crashing down... Our family would like to express our heart warm thanks to our community and farm friends who were able to help us at the time of our partial freestall collapse on February 20th. While our losses were significant we feel fortunate that no human life was lost. The goal is to be rebuilt and fully operational by late summer. A special thanks to Clabough and Secura Insurance who have made the step by step rebuilding process quick and smooth. 9570 State Hwy. 153, Wittenberg, WI 54499 Telephone (715) 454-6217 Fax (715)-454-6775 Carl & June Norrbom
Paul & Kim Norrbom Katelyn, Paige & Emily
Selling in the 2014 Summer Event Sale, July 10, 2014 Langs-Twin-B E-Hart 5043-ET born 2/1/14 GTPI +2398 PTA +1906M +97F +68P +810NM +3.8PL +2.40T +1.99UDC +1.21FLC 4/14 #2 Earnhardt in the breed
Dam: Hartford Lotta-Hill 940 VG-87 VG-MS DOM 2-01 2x 365 32,490 4.8 1545 3.2 1049 GTPI +2124 PTA +964M +72F +36P +592NM +2.8PL +2.28T +2.39UDC
Floyd & Lloyd Baumann
Marathon, WI Ph: 715-443-3595 Fax: 715-443-3833
Lang’s Twin Elm Farms, Inc. Fred Lang Marathon, WI
Ph: 715-443-2037 Fax: 715-443-3742
Will She Make It? Owned by: Thomas & Florine Bunkelman Brooke, Brent & Brodie
We were sad to lose Tomkins Mr Burns SizzleRed and Dalin Durham Taffy on May 3. They will be missed at the farm. We have a great spring calf by Hestry from Sizzle and some nice ET calves out of Taffy including a Guthrie due in July. Looking forward to the results of these to be great replacements like their dams were.
Nor-Way-Pete Mathie Jazzmin EX-90 2E Lifetime to date: 10 lactations 399,329 3.7 14,996 2.9 11,524 inc.
We have always valued lifetime production as a great benefit from functional type. Currently there are 11 cows with over 200,000 in the herd - 8 Excellent and 3 Very Good. There are many more “Committee Cows” annually than cows that surpass 400,000. Hopefully Jazzmin can join that super elite club in the next month or so. Truly a great milestone.
NOR-WAY-PETE FARMS, INC.
1751 Cherry Drive, Eland, WI 54427 Home of NOR-WAY-PETE & Four-of-a-Kind Reg. Holsteins
Dalin Durham Taffy EX-94
Tomkins MrBurns Sizzler-Red VG-85
F4680 Walnut Rd., Edgar, WI 54426 Ph.: 715-581-6460 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 74 - 2014 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION
RHA: 3x 257 cows 29,579 3.9 1150 3.0 879
Chad & Andy Peterson, owners 715-302-0482 Dan Cnossen, herd manager 715-302-1327 email@example.com Visitors Always Welcome!
MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS
Very thankful for & proud of our new grandson:
FUSTEAD HOLSTEINS April Top 100 Proven Bulls #50 - Fustead Jetstream Soto-ET +1570M +68F +52P +1.66 Type +2110 TPI Available at ABS #64 - Fustead AltaStone-ET +2705M +54F +81P +1.68 Type +2089 TPI #1 for milk and #1 for protein in the breed Available at Alta Genetics
Gabriel (Gabe) Hielke Boschma
born April 28, weighing 8 lbs. 13 oz. & 20 inches long Congratulations to Hank & Shannon Boschma of Sky-Reach Holsteins. Proud grandparents John & Tineke Boschma, Bosside Holsteins, Colby, WI and Gary & Diane van Doorn, Flambeau Manor Holsteins, Tony, WI. John & Tineke Boschma H4370 Townline Rd., Colby, WI 54421 PH: 715-223-0534 Fax: 715-223-1114 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.bossideholsteins.com RHA: 46 cows 25,956 1034F 806P BAA: 107.8%
2 Year Olds off to a Great Start at Matt-Dari Matt-Dari Alexander Bay 2-03 2x 288 21,431 5.2 1121 3.6 768 inc. Alexander x VG-86 Mac x EX-92 Charles Matt-Dari Guthrie Blitzen 2-02 2x 66 6000 3.9 229 3.1 183 inc. Guthrie x VG-88 Matson x VG-88 Luck Matt-Dari Observer Dance-ET 2-03 2x 360 29,929 4.8 1424 3.5 1040 inc. Observer x VG-88 Shottle x EX-90 Outside Matt-Dari Observer Danti-ET 2-10 2x 133 11,528 4.9 565 3.3 383 inc. Observer x VG-88 Shottle x EX-90 Outside Matt-Dari Armitage Delish-ET 2-01 2x 14 862 4.8 41 3.2 28 inc. Armitage x VG-88 Shottle x EX-90 Outside Matt-Dari Shamrock Nevada 2-02 47 4114 4.6 188 3.2 131 inc. Shamrock x Jeeves x VG-87 Goldwyn These 2 year olds canâ€™t wait to see the classifier in May!
Matthiae Dairy Farms, Inc. Home of Matt-Dari Holsteins
Maynard - Jason David - Michael 4839 Martin Lane, Marathon, WI Ph: 715-443-2347 or Cell: 715-370-8556 E-mail: email@example.com RHA: 2x 30,120 4.0 1204 3.1 951
#83 - Fustead Jetstream Seth-ET +1408M +55F +37P +1.67 Type +2067 TPI Available at ABS Fustead Goldwyn Guthrie-ET +173M +26F +18P +3.19 Type +1908 TPI #25 Type in the breed
FUSTEAD HOLSTEINS Brian & Wendy Fust Wausau, WI
Tyler, Shannon & Sarah Adam & Jennifer, Aiden, Bailey & Connor
L-L-M-Dairy L-L-M-Dairy President-ET +2506 GTPI PTAT +2.99 +1570M +75F +55P +2.2DPR
Available at Semex!
L-L-M-Dairy Million Prize VG-85 2-03 365 26,073 4.3 1126 3.1 811
Next dam: L-L-M Dairy J Stream Procky VG-87
E916 Hwy. Q, Ringle, WI 54471 PH: 715-845-7028 www.llmdairy.com 2014 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION - 75
MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS
milkyhill cattle sales In 1963, as a freshman in High School I received my first project calf sired by Hickory Juryman. We later bought two calves by Cremel and Standard both Tri-State bulls. In the late 1960s we bought four bred heifers: three Headmasters and one Lad. They all went VG. All these animals were successful in my breeding program, but the Lad was the key to my success. She was 17 when she died and is buried on the farm. She had a son and daughter by Jewel. The daughter, Milkyhill Crystal Jewel Angel was EX-92 and had 10 EX daughters. The son, EX-92 went to Tri-State with an open-end contract. In the late 1970s and 1980s I sold quite a few high priced cows. I knew the index animals were overshadowing the good type cows. I sold my herd Milkyhill Crystal Jewel Angel EX-92 GMD DOM four times in eleven years - two by public sales and two by private treaty. I also had quite a few bulls go to Germany and other Countries. The first time I sold my cows I had 12 Ex, 10 VG and 6 GP out of 28 cows. This herd was bought by Phil Majerus, Fond du lac, WI. Over the years we bred and owned over 50 Excellent bulls and cows. I farmed with my dad, Edward Mielke, Sr. until he retired in 1980. I then bought the farm I live on now and updated the barn and the house. I was married to Jill in 1990 - the best decision I ever made. We have three children, Jason (Angie), Jamie, and Jeremy (Pam) and seven grandchildren - Shynia - 18, Cody - 17, Cheyenne - 14, Dakota - 12, Caylee - 11, Carlie - 6 and Kyson - 1. We also have been involved with the Foreign Exchange Program (AFS) for the past year and are hosting Mathis - 16, from Germany. We bought Village Spirits, LLC, which we owned for 20 years. We sold that in December, 2012. We also own The Korner Kitchen, LLC for the last six years. In 1998 we started Milkyhill Cattle Sales, LLC. I now work with buying & selling cattle - both public sales and private treaty. I also help with Barron County Holstein Breeders, Vernon County Holstein Breeders and Marathon County Holstein Breeders with their consignment sales. I also own a 15 passenger van. In my spare time I haul people to Brewer games, etc. I also haul Amish long distance trips. I have gone as far as New York and Canada. Ed & Jill Mielke We are thinking about selling our farm, but still working with cattle. We now rent out our barn. I am proud to be a Marathon County member and thank the association for allowing us to have this ad.
Milkyhill cattle sales 3796 Redwood St., Fenwood, WI Ed Mielke 715-574-2931 firstname.lastname@example.org 76 - 2014 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION
Two of Our Favorites
DUCKETT DUSK LEXUS-ET
1st Place, Iowa State Fair Open and 4-H Show 5th Place, International Junior Holstein Show Junior All-American Nominee Lathority embryos for sale! Dam: Greenlea Advent Leta-Red EX-94
HARVUE ROY FROSTY EX-97 We own Frosty's Braxton daughter ~
DUCKETT-SA BRAXTON FALA-ET Atwood embryos for sale from Fala!
Tim Huhe ~ 641.220.3451 ~ 7382 Willow Ave ~ Cresco, IA 52136
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Schillview Sandy Glista EX-90
2-02 2x 305d 24,690 4.6 1125 3.2 802 Dam: Schillview Oman Glisten VG-85 GMD DOM Next Dam: Schillview Mtoto Gift-ET E-91-2E GMD DOM
And you... Mike Schiller
Thank you Mike & Karen Schiller for giving us the numerous opportunities we have had with Glista and all of your support.
On May 22nd Glista shared her 5th birthday with our friend Mike Schiller.
Rohde Dairy Jeffrey & Korinna Rohde 28880 Co Rd 6 Grey Eagle, MN 56336
Dairy farming takes a lot of PATIENCE, but great cows make it all worth while! 2013 Purchase:
TANDE DURHAM PATIENCE EX-92
Dam: Tande R-Marker Precious EX-91 Next Dams: EX-91 Jolt x GP-83 Calypso x EX-90 x VG-87 x EX-90 x EX-90 x VG-87 She is due back in the fall to Baltimore We are very excited about her first Atwood Calf More Atwoods and Windbrooks coming soon Daniel Stender 952-467-2115
Sesquicentennial farm. Visitors welcome.
TIMLYNN PRS PATIENCE-ET EX-90 Sire: Picston Shottle-ET Dam: Timlynn Adam Princess-ET EX-93 Next Dams: EX-92 x EX-90 DOM x EX-93 x VG-87 She is a 5th Generation EX Due in July to Atwood Will be flushed in the fall
andYoung Tim Stender 15420 110thDan Street, America, MN 55397 15420 110th Street, Young America, MN 55397 Ph. 952-467-2115 | 952-607-6297 Tim Cell | email@example.com
Tim & Amy Stender 952-607-6297
Breeding Bulls firstname.lastname@example.org For Sale
Peony, Taffy & Shelzy - Cybil Fisher
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T-Spruce Miles 7818-ET GTPI +2501
+1351 M +111F +62 P 4/2014 +881NM$ +4.8PL 2.73SCS +2.90T +2.83UDC +2.64FLC Sire: Melarry Robust Miles-ET GTPI +2397 Dam: Kings-Ransom Graf Dancer-ET GTPI +2194 Grand Dam: Kings-Ransom Baxter Dolly VG-85 DOM 2-00 3x 365d 22,510 3.8 845 3.0 666
Next dams: VG-88 GMD DOM, EX-91-2E GMD DOM, EX-91 GMD DOM. VG-87 GMD DOM, VG-85 GMD DOM, VG-87 GMD DOM, VG-88 GMD DOM, VG-87 GMD, Ex-90-3E GMD
Kings-Ransom Baxter Dolly VG85 DOM
T-Spruce Holsteins Arnold & Kris Gruenes
17565 County Road 43 • Richmond, MN 56368 • 320-453-7322
Also Heading to Iowa... Melarry Halogen Frecked-ET
GTPI +2491 +882 NM$ Dam: Melarry Mogul Freck Her first 5 offspring are all over +2400 GTPI Freck’s full sister sold for $70,000 on the World Classic Sale Grand Dam: Melarry Super Freestyle VG-86 2-04 2x 365d 36,072 3.1 1136 3.1 1113
Next Dam: EX-90 Colby x EX-90 Potter
Melarry Super Freestyle VG-86 GTPI +2132
Don’t miss this out cross opportunity
DeBoer Holsteins Rice MN 56367 I (320) 267-3180 I email@example.com
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Brad DeBoer 605 949 0382
Consignments from these Exciting Families will sell at the
Visions of Excellence Sale September 13, 2014 Olmsted County Fairgrounds, Rochester, Minn.
KHW Regiment Apple-Red-ET EX-96-3E DOM
Melarry Al Mckenna-ET VG-88 GTPI +2035
DeBoer Gldwyn Snow Velvet-ET EX-93
Misty Springs Planet Brice-ET VG-87 GTPI +2117
7-00 2x 365d 33,280 5.0 1654 3.4 1128 Red and Black grand daughters selling!
4-11 2x 305d 37,240 3.9 1447 3.2 3371
Family members sell.
2-00 2x 365d 30,900 4.5 1378 3.4 1064 Dam of Miles, Match and Mystre at Select Sires
2-01 2x 350d 25,820 3.8 979 3.4 885 FORMER #1 RC of the breed
Sale Managed by:
SCOTT & AMY COURTNEY
2564 Pole Line Rd • Ridgeway, IA 52165 563-387-0035 • -0046 fax • Cell 563-380-1318 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Synergy Planet Piper-ET
EX-91 +2148 GTPI +62P
1-10 3x 365 45,655 4.8 2213 3.2 1462 3-07 3x 351 47,040 3.9 1825 3.3 1558
Now early in her 3rd lactation, lifetime to date: 997d 122,580 4.4 5394 3.4 4177 • Her daughter Synergy Alan Poker VG-86 at 2Y, +2182 GTPI, 1-11 359 36,958 4.2 1557 3.4 1249 inc. • Poker’s daughters Synergy Uno Pot O Gold-ET, +2454 GTPI +156CFP +2.7 DPR and Synergy Uno Pioneer-ET, +2442 GPTI +2.6 DPR
• 16 Pirates average 1304F & 1069P (3.35%) vs. Synergy RHA of 1220F & 1006P (3.16%). With these actual results, we can’t wait to get the 60+ heifers from this family into the milking string. • The current #2 GTPI heifer in the breed descends from a full sister to Piper • Look for an exciting consignment from this family on July 10 in the Central Wisconsin Summer Event
Congratulations to the Shawano County Junior Dairy Bowl team on qualifying for nationals! Left to right: Nathan Ferfecki, coach Heather Jauquet, Carter Jauquet, Mason Jauquet & Ben Schmidt
Jay, Heather, Mason, Carter & Evan Jauquet Gary & Linda Olson W2285 County Rd. S, Pulaski, WI 54162 Jay cell: 920-639-6408 RHA: 328 cows 31,850M 1220F 1006P 2014 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION - 83
Le-O-Laâ€™s Leading Ladies
Farnear-TBR-BH At -ET VG-87 This 4.33 type Atwood was 1st place Jr. 2-Yr-Old at the Midwest Spring Show. Dam is 88 Sanchez, 94 Shottle Celebrity, and 92 Barbie. Owned with Megan, Matt, and Molly Herberg.
Nor-Bert Freddie -ET VG-87 2-05 365 29,930 4.7 1408 3.5 1007 Son in AI, daughters by Mogul, Headliner and pregnancies by Lancome and Halogen.
Regancrest -ET EX-92 MS Shottle -ET EX-92 1-11 22,170 4.5 997 3.3 725 3-07 365 34,800 4.1 1441 3.2 1098 Grand Champion, 2013 Iowa State Fair 2 sons at Semex. Dam 91 Goldwyn, 94 Durham from the B.C. This Goldwyn is from 92 Champion Cinderella, 92 Barbie. Cami family. Daughters by Meridian, Epic and Wind Brook. Acme September calf.
Visit us on the "Young at Heart" Tour on Host Day, June 26!
Lunch will be served at our farm. ~ We are only 10 minutes from Dubuque! Directions to farm are exit 308 on US 20 and go South 4 miles, farm on left side of road two silos, red barn, white house.
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Le-O-La Talent EX-94 EX-96-MS 4-09 28,910 3.7 1068 3.1 898 1st 5-Yr-Old and Bred & Owned, 2013 Iowa State Show 1st Aged Cow, 2013 Iowa State Fair Durable daughter and Atwood pregnancies
Le-O-La Drake EX-94 EX-95-MS 5-05 29,370 3.7 1093 3.0 868 7th generation EX from the Ravens All-Iowa 5-Yr-Old in 2012 and Best Udder of Show
Le-O-La Sosa EX-94 Le-O-La Atwood VG-87 7-04 35,940 3.3 1184 2-8 1008 2-07 29,390 4.0 1177 3.0 875 Taylor is Le-O-La’s first back to back 94 point cows and trac- Dam of Le-O-La Mogul Gambler +2475 GTPI at Accelerated. es back to the Dellias. Daughters by Trump, Lathority and Dam is a 92 Throne and then Kerndt M Total Grumpy Planet.
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EX-90 EEVVE at 4-01 3-03 2x 305 22,590 3.3 740 2.9 662 5th at 2013 WI Holstein Futurity • Due in June - ready for the summer shows!
Dam: Weier-Nook Talent Faith EX-91 EEEEE 3-03 2x 365 24,250 3.6 866 3.1 761 G’Dam: Weier-Nook Emory Fancy-TW VG-88 Lifetime: 130,560 3.2 4201 2.8 3607
Mark & Sarah Weier Carl, Jillian, Tony
5482 St. Rd. 191, Dodgeville, WI 53533 608-935-5425 firstname.lastname@example.org
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After a fun summer in 2013 with Fantasia placing 5th at the WHA Futurity, we are excited for her to calve in again this June. She is due to Atwood. We invite you to come see her at the Wisconsin Championship Show on July 14-15 in Mineral Point, WI.
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All Roads Lead to Illinois The Illinois Holstein Association is very excited to welcome fellow Holstein enthusiasts to the 2015 National Holstein Convention, June 23-26, 2015, in St. Charles, Ill. Co-Chairmen, Ron Schaufelberger and Dale Drendel, have gathered a great group of volunteers throughout the state to help plan an exciting convention! Make sure to stay-upto-date on all convention related information by visiting the official convention website at: www.2015holsteinconvention.com We already have a busy schedule lined up for next year and will continue to add more information to the website as it becomes available. As you start to plan your trip, you’ll soon learn that “All Roads Lead to Illinois.” Accommodations The 2015 National Holstein Convention will be held June 23-26, at Pheasant Run Resort in St. Charles, Ill. The resort is located on the original Silver Glenn Farm, home to the first Holstein classification in 1929. The resort will accommodate all guests and for your convenience all junior activities and adults programs will be held on-site. In addition to the spacious event space,
there are six restaurants including the flagship, Harvest. A premier seafood and steakhouse, the interior of Harvest boasts original barnwood from the Silver Glenn dairy barns and their booth seating utilizes the old dairy stalls. Right around the corner from Harvest is Zanies Comedy Club, housed in the original silo of Silver Glenn Farm. The resort is also home to two award winning golf courses, of which one will be used during the official convention Golf Tournament. More information will be available on the website later this fall. Once inside, you will be able to enjoy any of the three pools (one of which is an indoor/ outdoor pool), shopping and lounge areas. Hotel reservations may be made starting later 88 - 2014 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION
this fall. Check out the “Accommodations” tab on the website for reservation information. Pre and Post Convention Tours Plan your own pre and post convention tours with our convenient, interactive map found on the website under “Breeder Tour.” Because of the vast majorities of major highways that you can travel throughout the state, we will identify farms along the way that will be welcoming visitors before and after convention. No matter how you travel, or where you are coming from, there will be plenty of opportunities to visit other great Illinois herds along your trip. You will be responsible for contacting the farms before you travel to arrange your visit, but we will help facilitate it as much as possible. Farms will be added as the become available, so make sure to visit 2015holsteinconvention.com frequently for all the latest tours available! Host Day Tours We already have an exciting line-up of Host Day tours planned for Wednesday, June 24. Two tours will depart from Pheasant Run in the morning. All tours will begin at GEA Farm Technologies Headquarters in Naperville, Ill. GEA Farm Technologies has a great history in the milking equipment industry that dates back to 1906. Babson Bros. [SURGE] and the Westfalia group, which both pioneered machine milking around the world throughout the past century, are the foundation of the Milking and Cooling division at GEA Farm Technologies today. The Naperville, Ill., location is the North American headquarters, consisting of a storage and shipping warehouse, training facility, history museum, and administrative office space. From GEA, tours will split. One tour will head to Wauconda, Ill., home of Golden Oaks Farm and Midwest Organics. Owned by the Crown Family and represented by Bill Crown, Golden Oaks is known for breeding two of the breed’s best Roxy descendants, Champ Rae and Perk Rae. Managed by herdsman Ethan
Heinzmann and Senior Genetics Consultant Gary Janssen, the Golden Oaks herd has a 27,500 3.9%f 3.2%p RHA on 3x milking for 730 cows. Beyond the Champ Rae and Perk Rae families, they also have descendants from the Apple, Frosty, Matt Missy, Shottle Lucy and Champion Bianca families, as well
as many other exciting families! You will also tour Midwest Organics, also owned by the Crown Family. Midwest Organics, www.midwestorganics.com, is a composting business servicing the suburbs of Chicago, that incorporates some farm waste, yard waste and food scraps. You will learn about a different niche market opportunity in the dairy industry! The second option for tours include a trip to Hampshire, Ill. Luck-E Holsteins is owned and operated by Dennis and Beth Engel with their sons, Matt and Joe. Since 1968, Luck-E has bred 284 Excellent cows including three Excellent-95 and 18 Excellent-94. They have put several bulls into stud from some of their
most popular families. Well known families include Advent Asia and Advent Atlanta, and Klassy/Kiki families. Of the current 2+ lactation cows, they average EX-90, and first lactation cows average VG-85. Their RHA is 24,050m 4.1%f and 3.4%p. From there, you will travel just a 1/2 mile
2015 National Holstein Convention down the road to Lindale Holsteins and Team Holsteins. Lindale Holsteins is operated by Dale and Linda Drendel with their son, Jeff, and daughter, Julie Ashton. Team Holsteins is a partnership between Jeff and fellow farm employee Kevin Kriegel. In 2009, Lindale Holsteins had their first EX-95 cow, Lindale Eland Frisky. She was the 2009 3X National Bred & Owned Grand Champion and they currently are working with multiple
granddaughters from her. Team Holsteins recently had their first EX-95 cow as well, Team Durham Morgan, Grand Champion of the 2012 Mid-East Fall National Holstein Show. Their 150 cows average nearly a 27,000 RHA. Junior Host Day Tours Juniors will have the opportunity to attend these tours, or participate in the Junior Host Day activities. Again, there will be two options. One group will head about an hour west to Magic Waters Waterpark in Rockford, Ill. Home to seven slides, a Tsunami Bay and Tiki Island, this waterpark truly has something for all ages. Make sure to visit 2015holsteinconvention.com to experience the slides before you come with interactive videos! Another group will depart for downtown Chicago and take in the lakefront Museum Campus by exploring Shedd Aquarium and the Field Museum. Take in a memorable
aquatic show at the Shedd or explore your science side and learn about the story of life on Earth the Field Museum. Either way, your trip to downtown Chicago will be both educational and entertaining!
2015 National Holstein Convention Sale To conclude Host Day, all junior and senior tours will end at the Kane County Fairgrounds, just 10 minutes from Pheasant Run for the 2015 National Holstein Convention Sale! Sale Chairmen, Gary Janssen and Brian Olbrich, will be working with an exceptional crew to present some of the best cattle from around the world for your offering. Burton Consulting will managed the sale. During the sale, their will be an Ag Olympics event and dance on-site for juniors who wish to participate. Transportation will travel to Pheasant Run throughout the evening so you can stay as little or as long as you wish. Consignments will be featured on our website well in advance of the sale, so make sure to visit often! Family Night Thursday night will be one of the premier events of the 2015 National Holstein Convention when all guests attend a show
at Medieval Times in Schaumburg, Ill. Take a step back in time to the days of chivalry and princesses and be ready to cheer on your
knight in an epic jousting battle, marvel in the awe-inspiring horsemanship and falconry and enjoy a four-course meal fit for royalty! You will be treated to a once-in-a-lifetime show that will surely have you talking about it for days after. Non-Delegate Tour For those not participating in the senior programs, a bus will depart from Pheasant Run Friday morning for downtown Chicago. The Chicago Lake and River Tour offers breathtaking views of the magnificent skyline and up-close perspective from the Chicago River. This tour will entertain everyone,
particularly those with a desire to experience the beauty of Chicago architecture. The day will conclude with lunch, shopping and exploration on historic Navy Pier on Lake Michigan. Special Appearance by Orion Samuelson We are extremely excited to welcome back Orion Samuelson as guest speaker of the Senior Banquet Friday evening. Orion is a world-renowned farm broadcaster who grew up on a dairy farm in Wisconsin. He has spent his life bringing news to farmers across the Midwest and is sure to share some special stories during the banquet. Orion also was present at the 1975 National Holstein Convention, which was held in downtown Chicago! Stay Informed The Illinois Holstein Association is very excited to welcome all guests from coast to coast to the Land of Lincoln for the 2015 National Convention. Make sure to stay upto-date on all convention activities and news by visiting www.2015holsteinconvention. com and we look forward to welcoming you next June! 2014 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION - 89
Great-Heritage Brenden EX-91 EX-MS 2-5 27,702 3.65 1015 3.07 850 3-9 295d 24,720 3.87 921 2.94 702 Inc Sire - Windy-Knoll-View Plaid-ET Dam - VG-88 Eland 6-11 33,522 3.67 1230 3.8 938 Gr'dam - EX-93-4E 40,132 3.8 1542 2.6 1031 & over 272,000 lifetime
Maternal Sisters to Dam
EX-94 Jed over 45,000 ~ EX-93 Eland 33,246 3.62 1190 2.83 916 EX-92 Horner 27,173 3.39 921 3.07 835 ~ EX-91 Linjet 31,678 5.16 1535 3.06 968 VG-88 Blitz 2-1 28,792 3.6 1032 2.8 809 ~ Daughters: EX-92 Aspen & EX-91 Titanic & EX-90 Buckeye Gr'dtr
Leroy, Kolette, Sara & Jacob Eggink 1856 Silver Ave. â€˘ Sibley, IA 51249 712-758-3643 or 712-758-3120 barn firstname.lastname@example.org Visitors Welcome!
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Welcome to Iowa! Selling in the National Convention Sale
Hickorymea Manoman Opine-P PO VG-87 G+2126
Fustead Shottle Saltine-ET VG-88 DOM
Her Polled Predestine Daughter Sells! Regancrest Opines Oleeta-ET PO
Her Diamond Granddaughter Sells! Danhof Diamond Skye-ET
2-08 3X 365 34,910 4.3 1486 3.5 1222
Life: 1401 111,900 4.0 4433 3.1 3437
born 1/13/2014 GTPI+2283 PTA +1770M +74F +65P +2.90T 5.5%EFI GLPI+3105 DGV+3201 Oleeta sells with embryo contract interest.
born 10/2013 GTPI+2420 / GLPI+3269 DGV+3352 / RZG156 Ranks #3 GTPI and 4 GLPI Diamond Skye sells with embryo contract interest.
This family ranks among the most popular outcross polled families in the world. This is the second offering ever from Opine-P at public auction.
Dam: Fustead Armitage Selah-ET GTPI+2326 Recently fresh, Embryos exported, 2 Sons to AI This family has bulls that rank in the Top 100 proven bull list.
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Twin-B Dairy proudly hosts the
Central Wisconsin Summer Event Thursday, July 10 • 7:00 p.m. • Marathon, WI
Sandy-Valley Atwd Blacky-ET
Ms Talent Applicious-Red-ET
EX-92 EEEVE GTPI +1755 2-01 2x 365 29,050 4.3 1248 3.3 974
EX-92 EEEVE 2E 2-03 2x 365 28,100 4.7 1325 3.5 992
Blacky was 1st 4-Year-Old at the 2014 MW National Spring Show. Selling is her December Doorman from 6 generation Excellent Barbies. DUCKETT & DYMENT
A can’t miss! A Goldwyn March calf ready for the State Show from Applicious with 3E-96 Apple as the 2nd dam and backed by 6 more EX dams. CASEY & BILLIE OLSON
Nominated All-American Fall Calf 2012 Selling is a March RED Acme sister to Sunraygal who can compete with the best. Dam is VG Redliner with 33,270 & EX-91 2nd dam. HAILEY JAUQUET & MIKE & MEGAN MOEDE
Lars-Acres Felic Forever-ET
Glen-Toctin Bolt Lucille-ET VG-87
VG-85 at 2Y
2-04 2x 365 27,840 4.1 1142 3.4 959
Hartford Lotta-Hill 940 VG-87 DOM
This Senior 2 Year Old Gold Chip sells fresh from Durham Felice, EX-92 GMD DOM, with 6 more VG/EX dams from the Raven family. LARSON ACRES
With sons in A.I., two heifers sell by Defender and Halogen with GTPI over +2400 and +60P. From 7 generations VG or EX dams. FUSTEAD
Her big production Earnhart-P sells. Also selling is her +2477 GTPI Jacey gr’daughter. O-Style dam is fresh and looks great. Backed by 8 more generations VG or EX. LEPAK DAIRY
Grandeur Manoman Tatum-ET
De-Su 199-ET VG-85 GTPI +2363 +79P
VG-85 GTPI +2095 2-05 2x 365 26,650 4.7 1261 3.5 923
2-10 2x 287 24,890 4.5 1117 3.4 856
KHW Regiment Apple-Red-ET
Selling a Mack from Tatum that is over +2300 GTPI, +3.63 Type and +3.09 UDC. A special offering from the Terry Tory family. FUST & SYNERGY
Selling a +2441 GTPI Chevrolet from a Peoti dam due in July with sons in A.I. and from 199 pictured. Next dams: VG-86 Missy Miranda, EX-92 Missy, EX-90 & 3 more VG dams. CRACKHOLM
Sale sponsored by: District 4 Holstein Breeders For more information & catalogs, contact: Sale Chairman: Scott Pralle 715-533-0901 or firstname.lastname@example.org Selections: Jay Jauquet 920-639-6408 or email@example.com Auctioneer: Tim Schindler Pedigrees: Roger Turner Catalog will be available online at www.holsteinworld.com and www.dairyagendatoday.com 92 - 2014 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION
Siemers Dstry Sunraygal-ET
2-01 2x 365 32,490 4.8 1545 3.2 1049
EX-96 3E DOM 7-00 2x 365 33,280 5.0 1654 3.4 1128 Selling a VG-85 Bookem, +2135G, with 2 red sons in A.I. & embryos exported. Also selling her +2299 GTPI Sympatico daughter. Dam is VG-88 Ms Apple Brandy, a Shottle dtr. of Apple. KALEB, COLE & CARTER KRUSE
Sale hosted by: 3817 County P, Marathon, WI 54448 9 miles west of Wausau, WI, on US 29. South 6 miles on SR-107 and west .2 miles on County Road P.
Modern Type from the Lead Mae's! Two Offerings Sell in the National Convention Sale Scottmore Atwood
Mae-ET +4.08 GPTAT
A fall yearling, she wants to go to Madison in October. Due in August with a McCutchen Female. Look for the "Big Butt" in the sale line-up.
Scottmore Doorman 3872-ET
Owned with Reuter Dairy. UNIQUE combination of +3.83GPTAT +1220 PTAM 4.7 CE +1.0 DPR
Their Dam: Scottmore Damion Mikki-ET EX-90@4-1
3-3 2X 365 33,330 3.8 1279 3.1 1040 6 Daughters over +4.0 Type Dam of Moregold at Select Sires
Their Grandam: Morningview Shottle Mikki-ET EX-91@6-7 EX-93-MS
6-0 365 2X 41,080 3.8 1562 2.9 1205 Fresh again in 5th lactation and working on an even better record. Currently flushing. Daughters of the Mikki's by Epic, Goldwyn, Gold Chip, Million, Jordan, Frank and Iota will be classified in June.
We are less than two hours from Dubuque & welcome your visit! Check out Scottmore Holsteins on Facebook! PGH Award – 11 years • PBR Herd – 19 years
milk strong • live long
Mike & Kathleen Scott Family 12402 R Ave • Westgate, IA 50681 firstname.lastname@example.org 563.920.4005 • 563.637.2386
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After a long winter, one looks forward to spring, but this year, we will go right into summer. Just had a four day stretch of frost every morning and record lows. It is good that the crops arenâ€™t very high or even out of the ground. Moisture finally caming to some and other areas continually getting too much in this state. As it says earlier... the land of infinite variety! We want to wish our Iowa Holstein neighbors a very successful National Convention. Knowing the conventions that you have hosted in the past, this one will be sure to please also. 2014 and Dubuque is the place for wonderful Holstein fellowship! By the time this is in your hands for reading, South Dakota Holstein will be very busy. On June 6, we will host the
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â€œPride of the Plains â€œ Sale in Brookings. The sale force has been diligently working to find consignments that will fit all your needs. From milking females and bred heifers ready to work for you, the type for the show ring, deep pedigreed heifers, & genomic heifers with the numbers. Whatever you are looking for, the right one will be at the â€œPride of the Plainsâ€?. The Central Plains Show will be the following day. The show has been moved up a month so we can have the show & sale on consecutive days. The show entries will be brought into the ring before Judge Chad Ryan. I want to wish all those entering good luck! All this is being tied together with â€œDairy Festâ€?. A new Dairy Festival being organized by the Swiftel Center to have a venue for the public to learn
about eveyday life on a dairy farm. Activities include bus tours to a large dairy, dairy obstacle course for the youth, Cow to Cup 5k run, a dairy putting green, educational forums for adults and youth, free dairy products, a free lunch, being able to enjoy our show, a â€œGot Milkâ€? gala for the sponsors, and the â€œThank A Farmerâ€? program. Plus, the SDSU Dairy Club will be hosting their Dairy Camp and a 4-H regional judging school will be held. The Swiftel Center & Brookings will be the center for dairy activities in South Dakota for two days. Wishing everyone a very safe and memorable summer. See you in Brookings and Dubuque in June. Chris Thue, Association Secretary 605-360-3385 - email@example.com
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OFFICERS Matt Hamlett, President • 563-933-4323 3669 B Ave, Arlington, IA 50606 • firstname.lastname@example.org Tom Simon, Vice-President • 563-744-3134 10644 Cemetery Rd, Farley, IA 52046 • email@example.com Paula Smith, Secretary/Editor • 641-522-5493 3422 140th St, Brooklyn, IA 52211 • firstname.lastname@example.org Linda Pagel, Treasurer • 563-578-3480 21215 170th St, Sumner, IA 50674 • email@example.com DISTRICT DIRECTORS Paul Stempfle • 563-637-2471 • 16707 100th St, Maynard, IA 50655 Trent Henkes • 563-783-2479 • 18467 165th St, Luana, IA 52156 Lance Schutte • 563-539-4959 • 13254 Hickory Ave • Monona, IA 52159 Dan Bolin • 319-278-4288 • 30707 180th St, Clarksville, IA 50619 Dave Chapman • 712-480-4410 • 3881 350th St, Ruthven, IA 51358 Carl Mensen • 563-853-2402 • 21958 Ungs Rd, Guttenberg, IA 52052 Bob Rahe • 563-921-3745 • 15378 Rte 136, Dyersville, IA 52040 DIRECTORS-AT-LARGE Todd Bushman • 563-534-7081 • 1402 State Hwy 150, Calmar, IA 52132 Joe Gibbs • 563-876-3280 • 9482 Bierman Rd, Epworth, IA 52045 Jeff Hammerand • 563-744-3611 • 23920 N Bankston Rd, Epworth, IA 52045 Jason Menne • 563-422-8807 • 301 Otter St, West Union, IA 52175 Jess Rediske • 563-380-5772 • 3171 Scenic River Rd, Decorah, IA 52101 Katie Stoll • 319-480-4700 • 21473 200th Ave, Monticello, IA 52310 Jason Volker • 563-920-8151 • 9161 M Ave, Maynard, IA 50655 NATIONAL DIRECTOR Mark Kerndt • 563-568-0026 • 1318 W Main St, Waukon, IA 52172
2014 Iowa Holstein Association Board front row l to r: National Field Rep Dennis Devore, Jason Volker, Matt Hamlett, Linda Pagel, Paula Smith, Mark Kerndt; 2nd row: Todd Bushman, Joe Gibbs, Trent Henkes, Jess Rediske, Carl Mensen; 3rd row: Jason Menne, National Executive Director of Holstein Identification and Member Services & Holstein Foundation Programs Manager Jodi Hoynoski, Katie Stoll, Bob Rahe; back row: Tom Simon, Jeff Hammerand
The Souvenir Program is also the Summer issue of Midwest Holsteins which is a joint venture between the Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota and Wisconsin Holstein Associations. The Iowa Holstein Association would like to thank the other Associations for allowing us to rename this issue as the Souvenir Program. We also would like to thank their editors, Julie Ashton, Illinois; Heidi Anderson, Minnesota; Chris Thue, South Dakota; and Laura Wackershauser, Wisconsin, for all of their assistance in this project. Most importantly, thank you to our advertisers. Your support is greatly appreciated!
National Convention Dairy Bar located in the Exhibition Hall of the Grand River Center An additional Dairy Bar will be at the Hotel Julien
300 W. Railroad Ave. • Stockton, IL 61085
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Hours: Tuesday 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Wednesday 7:00 AM - 10:00 PM Thursday 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM Friday 7:00 AM - 10:00 PM Saturday 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Times are subject to change and might vary slightly at each location. Be sure to check out the daily trivia contest while you enjoy some refreshments!