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Iowa Holstein Herald June 2018

June 2018 VOL. 79 NO. 2

Editor - Paula Smith • 3422 140th St. • Brooklyn, IA 52211-8612 Phone: 641-522-5493 • Cell: 641-990-1892 langsmit@netins.net

Iowa Holstein Herald


The official publication of the Iowa Holstein Association Officers Trent Henkes, President 18467 165th St, Luana, IA 52156 563-783-2479 • tlhenkes@neitel.net Carl Mensen, Vice-President 21958 Ungs Rd, Guttenberg, IA 52052 563-853-2402 • mensenholstein@gmail.com Paula Smith, Secretary 3422 140th St, Brooklyn, IA 52211 641-522-5493 • langsmit@netins.net Shellie Volker, Treasurer 12686 U Ave, Sumner, IA 50674 319-269-0318 • shelliev@ymail.com District Directors Paul Stempfle • 536-920-9495 16707 100th St, Maynard, IA 50655 Doug Lyons • 563-419-0275 131 Military Rd, Castalia, IA 52133 Lance Schutte • 563-539-4599 13254 Hickory Ave • Monona, IA 52159 Dan Bolin • 319-278-4288 30707 180th St, Clarksville, IA 50619 Jim Vierhout • 712-439-2932 Box 563, Hull, IA 51239 Jeff Hammerand • 563-580-3908 23920 N Bankston Rd, Epworth, IA 52045 Bob Rahe • 563-921-3745 15378 Rte 136, Dyersville, IA 52040 Directors-At-Large Kevin Fossum • 563-568-7587 1267 Jeglum Rd, Waterville, IA 52170 Joe Gibbs • 563-543-0113 9482 Bierman Rd, Epworth, IA 52045 Mark Knudtson • 563-419-1489 313 Hwy 9 Waukon, IA 52172 Dan Moon • 563-880-4562 19475 155th St, Monona, IA 52159 Tom Simon • 563-599-9183 10644 Cemetery Rd, Farley, IA 52046 Katie Stoll • 641-858-6606 19988 215th St, Monticello, IA 52310 Walt Wessel • 563-590-8162 28547 400th St, Greeley, IA 52040 National Director Mark Kerndt • 563-568-1727 1318 W Main St, Waukon, IA 52172 mkerndt@gmail.com Holstein AssociatION 1 Holstein Place, Brattleboro, VT 05301 Telephone: 802-254-4551 Toll Free Number: 800-952-5200 Fax: 802-254-8251 • www.holsteinusa.com Holstein Regional Representatives Dennis Devore • 319-270-5038 Cedar Rapids, IA • ddevore@holstein.com Alan Graves • 712-574-6120 Hartley, IA • agraves@holstein.com


Board Meeting Minutes.............................................................................................................21 From the Field............................................................................................................................8 Iowa Convention Holstein Highlight........................................................................................ 4-5 Iowa Holstein Membership Directory.................................................................................. 13-20 Iowa Holstein Association Show Ring Policy.......................................................................11-12 Iowa Holstein Auxiliary Hall of Fame Award...............................................................................6 Iowa Holstein Princess & Alternate Holstein Princess............................................................7, 8 Obituary....................................................................................................................................22 Outstanding Young Holstein Breeder Award..............................................................................6 President’s Perspective..............................................................................................................7 State & District Show Info, Rules & Classes........................................................................ 9-10

Calendar of Events

June 29-3 National Holstein Convention, Acme, MI July 15 District 8 Open & Junior Shows, Delaware County Fairgrounds, Manchester 18 District 1 Open & Junior Shows, Winneshiek County Fairgrounds, Decorah 28 District 4 Junior Show, Osceola Fairgrounds, Sibley August 9 Iowa State Fair Open Show, Iowa State Fairgrounds, Des Moines 9 Iowa Holstein Show, Iowa State Fairgrounds, Des Moines 11 Iowa State Fair Youth Show, Iowa State Fairgrounds, Des Moines 11 Iowa Junior Holstein Show, Iowa State Fairgrounds, Des Moines 18 Iowa Holstein Association Picnic, San-Dan Holsteins, New Vienna September 1 Advertising Deadline for the October Iowa Holstein Herald/Midwest Holsteins

On the Cover

Mikha, Glen, Dan and Sandy Mormann of New Vienna own and operate San-Dan Holsteins. They will host the 2018 Iowa Holstein Association State Picnic on August 18. The Mormann’s milk 600 cows in a double 14 parallel parlor and currently have 31,000 pounds of milk rolling herd average. They raise all their own replacements and grow majority of their crops on 800 acres. Over the years, they have invested in an intensive embryo transfer program to improve their genetic base to milk the best possible herd. More information about their herd and the picnic is printed on page 20.


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Iowa Holstein Herald (USPS 024497) is published quarterly each year by the Iowa Holstein Association, 3422 140th St, Brooklyn, IA 52211-8612. The publication dates are March 1, June 1, October 1 and December 1. Periodical postage paid at Brooklyn, IA and additional offices. The deadline for submitting news and advertising copy is 30 days preceding publication date of issue. June 2018 Iowa Holstein Herald 3

2018 Iowa Holstein Convention Highlights

The 2018 Iowa Holstein Convention was held February 24 at the Delaware County Fairgrounds, Manchester. Officers elected for 2018 are Trent Henkes, President; Carl Mensen, Vice-President; and Kevin Fossum, Joe Gibbs, Mark Knudtson, Dan Moon, Tom Simon, Katie Stoll and Walt Wessel as Directors-at-Large. Following the annual meeting, the standing committees met followed by the board reorganization meeting. Dan Moon, Paul Stempfle and Walt Wessel were elected to serve on the Executive Committee. Iowa was very fortunate to host the 2018 Holstein Association USA Membership Update Meeting in conjunction with our convention. If you were unable to attend, video clips are available for viewing at www.holsteinusa.com/meetings/member_update_mtg. html. The Friday evening banquet was attended by approximately 100 people. The emcee for the evening was Mark Knudtson. Jenna Chapman, the 2017 Iowa Holstein Princess crowned Amanda Engelken as the 2018 Iowa Holstein Princess and Cynthia Hamlett as the 2018 Alternate Iowa Holstein Princess. Kathy Demmer presented the Iowa Holstein Auxiliary Scholarships to Kaleb Kruse and Jenna Chapman. The Iowa Holstein Auxiliary Hall of Fame Award recipient was Tom Simon. Jeff Hammerand presented Nathan Arthur with seven 25,000 Pound Cow Awards and his second and third Progressive Breeder Awards. Jeff also presented the Distinguished Junior Member Award to Mary Scott.

Dennis Devore recognized the recipients of the Progressive Breeders Registry Award and the Progressive Genetics Herd Award. The Top BAA Herds and Top Production Herds were recognized by Alan Graves. This year’s 40-Year Members of the National Association were Heidi deGier, Norbert Lovstuen and Norman Volker, and Curtis Anderson was recognized as a 50-Year Member. Leslie Henkes presented the Linda Pagel Scholarship to Mary Scott. Kaleb Kruse was the recipient of the Iowa Holstein Association scholarship. Brent and Staci Wessel were presented with the Outstanding Young Holstein Breeder Award. Linda Pagel presented the Master Breeder Award given in memory of Russel Pagel to Leroy Eggink. Dr. Lee Kilmer received the Distinguished Service Award from Trent Henkes. The 2019 Iowa Holstein Convention will be hosted by District 4 on February 23 at the Wild Rose Casino, Emmetsburg.

Kolette, Jacob, Leroy and Sara Eggink and Linda Pagel Leroy was the recipient of the Master Breeder Award

Iowa Holstein Auxiliary Scholarship

Lucille and Dr. Lee Kilmer Dr. Kilmer received the Distinguished Service Award

2018 Iowa Holstein Princess Amanda Engelken, 2018 Alternate Iowa Holstein Princess Cynthia Hamlett and 2017 Iowa Holstein Princess Jenna Chapman 4 June 2018 Iowa Holstein Herald

Holstein Association USA CEO John Meyer

Nathan Arthur received seven 25,000-Pound Cow Awards and his second and third Progressive Breeder Awards.

Jenna Chapman is currently a sophomore at Iowa State University. She is the daughter of Dave & Lisa Chapman of Ruthven. Jenna represented Iowa as our 2017 Iowa Holstein Princess. While in high school, Jenna was active in 4-H, FFA, and sports. She was awarded the Bernie Saggau Award which exemplifies patriotic spirit, strong religious and moral conviction, honesty, integrity, and sportsmanship. At Iowa State, Jenna is a member of Sigma Alpha Delta and the Dairy Science Club. Last summer, she was an agronomy intern for Pro Cooperative. She actively volunteers for such events as Ag in the Classroom, working the Midwest Dairy booth, passing out chocolate milk to RAGBRAI riders, and Meals for the Heartland. Jenna’s goals include graduating with a major in Agricultural Studies with a minor in Communications Studies. Jenna enjoys the marketing and communication side of agriculture and her future plans include being an ambassador for the agricultural industry. She would like to be the face of women in agriculture and promote working in the industry.

Iowa Holstein Auxiliary Scholarship & Iowa Holstein Association Scholarship

Kaleb Kruse enjoys being a Junior Holstein member, traveling to national conventions, representing Iowa on teams and working sales. But overall Kaleb says, “ I have enjoyed the people and how they welcomed me and my brothers when we weren’t always a Holstein breeder. “ Kaleb was very involved in the Maquoketa FFA Chapter holding offices both in his chapter and on the district level. He was on the wrestling and football teams in high school. 4-H involvement included club officer, County Council, exhibiting dairy and swine at the county and state levels. He was a member of the state 4-H Dairy Judging and Quiz Bowl teams. Junior Holstein activities are important to Kaleb. He has attended national conventions participating in Quiz Bowl and Jeopardy. Kaleb has provided labor and lead at State Holstein sales. He has exhibited Holsteins at the county, district, state and national levels. KCCK McBeth was the Kruse brothers first homebred animal they exhibited. She was junior champion at Iowa State Fair, 3rd bred and owned and 7th at World Dairy Expo Junior Holstein show. Kaleb is currently attending Kaskaskia Community College in Centralia, IL and will graduate in May with four Associate degrees in Agriculture areas. He was a member of the Dairy judging team and PAS Ag Club president. Next fall he will be transferring to University of Minnesota majoring in Animal Science. He aspires to be on the Dairy judging team. Kaleb’s future plans include continuing to work for Cowbuyer part-time and obtaining a full time career within the Dairy industry. He plans to attend auctioneering school with hopes of establishing a sales auction service with his family in the future.

Distinguished Junior Member & Linda Pagel Scholarship

Mary says, “The Iowa Junior Holstein Association shaped me into who I have become - a leader, a lover of black & white cows and an outgoing advocate for the Holstein breed and the agriculture community.” She started her Holstein junior career at the age of 9 and has been very involved ever since. Eleven years ago, Mary received a special calf, Hilary, as her first 4-H project. Hilary has 4 Excellent daughters and became the foundation of Mary’s own registered Holstein herd, which has grown to over 45 animals. Hilary is EX-93-2E and was Jr-All Iowa four times in milking form. In 2016, Mary’s family transitioned from milking 80 cows in a tie stall barn to a new free stall barn where 120 registered Holstein cows are milked by 2 Lely robots. They farm 450 acres of alfalfa, corn, and soybeans. On the state level, she was the 2013 Young Distinguished Junior Member. Offices held within the organization include two terms as historian, vice president, president and is the current treasurer. In 2015, she was the Iowa Holstein Princess. Nationally, Mary was a member of three Junior Quiz Bowl Teams and was the Captain of the National Championship Team in 2014. She has been on two Senior Quiz Bowl Teams, with the team placing 3rd in 2017. Mary is currently on the Senior Team for the 2018 National Convention. She has participated in all three levels of Jeopardy, Speech Contest, Folding Display Contest and Cow Awards. She has attended 10 National Conventions. Currently, she is a junior at Iowa State majoring in Dairy Science with a minor in Agronomy. She is an active member of the Dairy Science Club currently serving as ADSA/Industry representative. Mary is also in the Farming Operations Club serving as Historian/Publicity officer. Mary participates in many intermural sports. She also does volunteer work with Food at First and education nights with elementary students in Ames. Her work and intern experiences include Golden Oaks Farm and Ocean View Genetics besides her involvement at Scottmore Holsteins. This coming summer, she will intern with Prairie State/Select Sires, where she hopes to find a career in animal reproduction following graduation.

Front Row l to r: Representing Holstein Association USA at the Member Update Meeting - President Boyd Schaufelberger, CEO John Meyer, Barbara Casna, Lindsey Worden, Jodi Hoynoski, Ashley Mohn; Back Row: Iowa Holstein Association Board of Directors - Katie Stoll, President Trent Henkes, Treasurer Shellie Volker, Jeff Hammerand, Jim Vierhout, Doug Lyons, Tom Simon, Joe Gibbs, Dan Moon, Kevin Fossum, Vice President Carl Mensen, Paul Stempfle, Mark Knudtson, Secretary Paula Smith and National Directors Mark Knudtson and Corey Geiger

Breeder Panel moderated by Lindsey Worden and panel members Leroy Eggink, Blake Hansen, Jason Danhof and Tom Schmitt June 2018 Iowa Holstein Herald 5

Hall of Fame Award

Outstanding Young Holstein Breeder Award

Tom did not follow in any of his older brother’s footsteps of pursuing careers off the farm. No, he was a lifer and always knew his passion was to be a dairy farmer. His choice of occupation, however, did have its advantages. He was blessed with the opportunity to work side by side with, and learn from, one of the best - his dad, Joe Simon. Tom still remembers how excited he felt at a young age when his dad began purchasing registered Holsteins. Tom took an active role in the breeding and sire selection in the family’s steady climb toward a successful herd of registered Holsteins. Despite the free room and board and his mother’s delicious home cooking, Tom could not deny the love bug and married a farm girl, Shirley, in 1981. Her farming background meant she understood the long hours involved in farming. It also didn’t hurt that she could assist with chores when they ran short of help. 1981 was also the year the farm achieved their first homebred Excellent cow. By the end of the decade, cows from Farnear Holsteins were recognized at the state and national level. Tom strives to provide a wide variety of genetics in their current breeding program. Farnear Holsteins has received Grand Champion and Premier Breeder at the state level along with several All-Iowa and Reserve All-Iowa honors throughout the years. Tom has opened the farm to many state picnics, 4-H judging workouts and college judging teams. Farnear Holsteins has also hosted many visitors to the farm during Expo week as well as local and foreign visitors throughout the years. Tom has been very active in the local, district, state and national Holstein organizations. He has held many offices, including President of the Iowa Holstein Association, and has served as a delegate to the National Holstein Conventions. In 2014, he was part of the planning committee for the National Holstein Convention that was held in Dubuque. He was co-chair of the sale committee, and Farnear hosted a farm tour. He was on the Dairy Foundation Board and served ten years on the Prairie State Board. He is a past 4-H leader and serves on the Dubuque County 4-H Dairy Committee. In his community, he has been involved with St. Joseph Parish, Farley. Presently he is on the Cemetery board, and a past member of the Parish Council and the Faith Formation board. Today, he is the co-owner of Farnear Holsteins with his brother Rick. He will be married to his wife Shirley of 37 years in June. They have 4 sons, Jeremy and wife Kristin and daughters, Mila and Lucy, Matt and wife Kaci and son Bodie, Mark, and Josh (fiancé Ashley). He enjoys visiting with family and friends who also share an interest in dairy cattle and above all spending time with his family and grandchildren.

Brent has always enjoyed the farm life and has taken special interest in the cattle, both beef and dairy, but especially the Holsteins. He prepared well for farming by being involved in every aspect of the farm operation from early on, and you might say he was obsessed with it. He was involved in 4-H and FFA, showing both beef steers and dairy cattle with much success, as well as being on the judging teams for both. He was a member of the Ed-Co FFA Team that won the state contest and placed 4th in the national contest. He was also a member of the ISU Dairy Judging Team. One of the highlights was winning the linear contest in the intercollegiate division at the World Dairy Expo. Besides farming, he fit cattle for Henkeseen Holsteins and Lands-Brook Farms for about 10 years. Brent purchased his first farm in 2003, where he and his family reside, and purchased his great uncle’s farms in 2016 in the family partnership. Brent and Staci farm in partnership with his parents, Walt and Judy Wessel, and his brother, Jason and wife Stephanie Wessel. They are the fifth generation to farm on this site which is a Heritage Farm, and it has always been in the Wessel name. The farms now consists of 1100 acres of corn, beans and alfalfa. Wesselcrest Holsteins has a rolling herd average of 28,546M, 1120F and 919P on 240 cows. In April of 2012, Wessels added a new freestall shed and two robots that milk 150 cows with the remainder of the cows in tie-stalls. The purchase of Morningview Shtl Alana-ET in 2006 made a major impact in their herd. With over 30 embryos exported and 14 sons going to AI, the profits from these sales out of Alana allowed them to purchase seven additional females also with outstanding genetics. Currently, over 90% of their herd traces back to these eight cows and between all of them, hundreds of embryos have been exported and over 50 bulls have entered AI. Brent believes in limiting inbreeding and using outcross sires. They have received the Progressive Genetics Herd Award for eight years. Brent and Staci are the parent of five children: Kaden, a student at ISU, Elliana, Aspen, Cambrie, and Cagney. Staci is also a Registered Dental Assistant and works in Guttenberg. In their spare time, Brent and Staci enjoy following their kids sporting events and activities, which includes fitting and showing beef, golfing, playing cards, family atv rides and gathering around the fire pit.

Tom Simon, Farley

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Follow the latest news from both the Iowa Holstein Association and the Iowa Junior Holstein Association on Facebook. This will provide another source of communication with our members and other Holstein enthusiasts. 6 June 2018 Iowa Holstein Herald

Brent & Staci Wessel, Greeley

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President’s Perspective After a cold wet spring and low milk prices I’m sure everyone is looking forward to a sunny, busy summer. On a positive note, the state association managed a very successful State Spring Sale. A huge crowd was on hand for the sale and anxiously awaited the drawing for the calf raffle to kick off the sale. I’d like to extend a huge shout out to our sale co-chairs Carl Mensen and Kyle Demmer for putting together a very successful and profitable sale. I’d like to thank everyone who helped make the sale a success. If everyone does their part and helps where they can we will continue to have a successful sale. Also thanks to everyone who purchased tickets for the raffle and congrats to the lucky winners. The state hosted a successful state convention at a wonderful new location, the Delaware County Fairgrounds, in Manchester. We were privileged to have several members of the National staff join us for a member informational meeting and a great breeder’s seminar which featured four Iowa breeders. The members that participated in the Central Plains Dairy Expo trip enjoyed a fantastic trip. Enroute to the Expo the group visited Hawkeye Holsteins and enjoyed a tour of the farm and cows by Dave and Cody Chapman. At the Expo, we were treated to an awesome Easton Corbin concert, plenty of good food, and an interesting trade show. I’d encourage anyone to attend the Expo if they have the opportunity in the future. With the National Convention coming up I’d like to wish our Juniors the best of luck and encourage anyone that has comments or concerns for our national board to visit with our elected delegates before the convention. They will be our voice. The State Show will be held at the State Fair on August 9. There are District and local fairs and shows scheduled that I’d encourage you to participate in whether it be showing or simply attending and having an opportunity to see some good cattle and visit with dairy friends!!! Also be sure to join us at the State Picnic which will be held at San-Dan Holsteins, New Vienna, on August 18th. Hope everyone has a great summer.

2018 National Convention Delegates The following have been elected as Iowa's delegates to the 133rd Holstein Association USA Annual Meeting to be held July 2-3 in Acme, Michigan. Tom Simon • 563-599-9183 • sasimon12@hotmail.com Sheri Regan Danhof • 563-380-5945 • sheri@regancrest.com Kathleen Scott • 563-920-4005 • k64scott@gmail.com Dan Moon • 563-880-4562 • moondalefarm@neitel.net

Dear Iowa Holstein Association, The junior members and I all had a great time at the 2018 Holstein Convention in Manchester this February! The live auction made quite a bit of money that will be used for all junior activities and expenses. It is quite humbling when the adults in the association are so supportive of the young and aspiring dairy enthusiasts of the future. I speak for the entire junior association when I say thank you for your monetary support. Jenna Chapman, IJHA Secretary

2018 Iowa Holstein Princess

Hello Dairy Friends! I am Amanda Engelken, your 2018 Iowa Holstein Princess! I was excited to be crowned the ambassador of the Holstein breed for Iowa in February along with Cynthia Hamlett. I am the 18 year old daughter of Tom and Cherrie Engelken. I have two sisters, Nicole and Amber. My family and I milk 220 Holsteins with a few srossbreds, Ayrshires, and Brown Swiss just outside of Earlville. My sister, Nicole, also served as the 2013 Iowa Holstein Princess. We also raise our own replacement heifers and grow corn, hay, and oats. I have been very involved in 4H and FFA. Through 4H, I have participated in dairy quiz bowl and dairy judging. In dairy judging, I was a part of the 2015 NAILE champion team along with Cole Kruse, Regan Demmer, and Cynthia. In FFA, I have had multiple opportunities to succeed including participating in the National Dairy Judging CDE. As Iowa Holstein Princess, I am excited connect with all of you fellow enthusiasts. I can’t wait to help out whenever I can by handing out ribbons and talking to anyone I can about the dairy industry. While I haven’t been active in Iowa Holstein Association, I am excited to jump right in and get to know all of you! If you need me for anything, don’t be afraid to email me at amandaengelken1@ gmail.com or call me at 563-920-0488. Hope to see you soon, Amanda Engelken

Northeast Iowa Community College Dairy Science Student Profile

Name: Jacob Hornberg Hometown: Winona, MN High School: Luther High School Class Size: 75 Farm Name: Hornberg Dairy Farm Major: Dairy Science

Why did I decide to go to NICC? I chose NICC because I wanted to attend a 2-year dairy science program, and this is one of the best programs in the country. I also chose it because it teaches you real world lessons instead of just studying out of a book. My most memorable college experience: Being apart and helping with Tri-State Dairy Expo What has been my favorite course? Survey of Animal Industry and Animal Reproduction because I have learned lot in those courses. What are my future career goals? My goal is to someday return home to the family farm and help take it over.

Northeast Iowa Community College Dairy Science Department www.nicc.edu • Calmar, IA 52132 Dave Lawstuen • lawstuend@nicc.edu 866.474.4692 Ext. 112

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Alternate Iowa Holstein Princess

Hello Holstein Lovers, My name is Cynthia Hamlett, and I am your current Iowa Holstein Princess Alternate. I am the 19 year old daughter of Mark and Jennifer Hamlett. I have 3 sisters and 2 brothers, and we live just north of Aurora where we milk around 60 registered Holsteins. I recently finished my first year at Iowa State University where I am majoring in Agriculture and Society with a minor in Animal Science. Currently, I am the intern at AMPI at the Arlington Division. I will be learning a new side of things with production after taking milk to the plant. I was active in high school through 4-H, FFA, and the Fayette County Dairy Promotion. After going to college, I jumped right in and joined the Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow Club and the Dairy Science Club. Through the Iowa Junior Holstein Association, I was elected vice president during our Junior Convention in December. These positions and groups allow me to communicate and spread the good knowledge with individuals all around. After being crowned at the end of February, I helped at the Iowa Holstein Spring Sale by handing out sale slips. I had the opportunity to meet a lot of new faces and interact with people in our industry. I look forward to all of the upcoming events this summer. If you would like to contact me for anything, my number is 563608-9737 and my email is chamlett@iastate.edu. Best regards, Cynthia Hamlett

Iowa State University Dairy Science Student Profile

Name: Mary Scott Hometown: Westgate, Iowa Farm Name: Scottmore Holsteins Major: Dairy Science

Why did you decide to attend ISU? I chose Iowa State University because I knew that I wanted a future in the dairy industry and ISU offers the best dairy science program in the Midwest. What has been your most memorable college experience? So far, my most memorable college experience has been attending the Midwest ADSA-SAD conferences. Networking with students from other colleges as well as ISU is a great opportunity to make connections within the dairy industry. What has been your favorite course? My favorite class was Animal Science 333, Embryo Transfer with Dr. Youngs. This class taught applied reproduction, such as synchronization programs, ET and IVF. I enjoyed it because it made me think about why we give shots to cows, and when we give them makes a difference in the response we will get. What are your future career goals? After graduation, I would like to work in the field of animal reproduction while playing an active role on my families farm.

Iowa State University Dairy Science Department

1221 Kildee Hall, ISU, Ames, IA 50011 515-294-2160 • www.ans.iastate.edu • answeb@iastate.edu 8 June 2018 Iowa Holstein Herald

From the Field

by Dennis Devore & Alan Graves

Holstein Marketplace Holstein Association USA is offering an opportunity for breeders to advertise Registered Holsteins® for sale via a page on the Holstein Association USA website. The new Holstein Marketplace provides easy, affordable advertising to help Registered Holstein breeders optimize their investment. Advertisements of up to 100 words will cost $25 per month. If the text is 101 words or more, the cost is $25 plus an additional 10 cents per word. For added value, breeders have the option of linking their advertisements to a genomic prediction or pedigree for $5 per animal. Links to a website or Facebook page can also be included in the ad. Advertisements will be invoiced to your Holstein Association USA account. Classified ads may be submitted by using the form found on the Holstein Marketplace website, www. holsteinusa.com/marketplace. Complete the form and email the information to marketplace@holstein.com. TriStarSM AMR Holstein Association USA is excited to announce a new program for producers with robotic milking systems who no longer are participating in traditional milk recording programs but still wish to have their production information published on Official Holstein Pedigrees™. Known as TriStar AMR, the goal of the program is to allow producers with robotic milking systems that are recording both milk weights and component data to have the information collected by those systems flow into the Holstein herdbook database. This program is an extension of HAUSA’s TriStar program, a longstanding service for administering production records, cow and herd genetic performance reports, and recognition. The fees to participate in TriStar AMR are a $17 per month herd fee, plus $2 per completed 305-day lactation recorded that is loaded for Registered Holstein cows, which covers data collection and processing by ATA, and loading into the HAUSA herdbook system. TriStar AMR is not included in Holstein COMPLETE™, and at this time, AMR records are not eligible for recognition programs. Junior News Congratulations to Mary Scott, Westgate, Iowa, daughter of Mike and Kathleen Scott. She was selected as a 2018 Distinguished Junior Member semifinalist. The Distinguished Junior Member recognition is the highest honor given to Junior members ages 17 to 21 who demonstrate involvement in a variety of activities and who have excelled in preparing for their life’s work, while contributing to their local and state Holstein activities. She will be interviewed at the National Holstein Convention, June 29 – July 2, in Acme, Mich., vying to be named one of six finalists. Finalists receive complimentary annual renewed memberships to Holstein Association USA. Young Dairy Leaders Institute Young Dairy Leaders Institute (YDLI) is the cornerstone program of the Holstein Foundation. Dairy producers working with all breeds of dairy cattle, and allied dairy industry members, are encouraged to apply. YDLI Class 11 will have on-site meetings in Phoenix, Ariz. February 6-9, 2019 and February 5-8, 2020. Visit www.holsteinfoundation.org to download the YDLI Class 11 application, as well as view more detailed information on the program. Applications are due August 1. If you need anything please call Dennis Devore at 319.270.5038 or Alan Graves at 712.574.6120.

Rules & Regulations for the 2018 Iowa Holstein Association Shows A. Rules Applying to District and State Holstein Shows: 1. Each exhibitor must be a current member or junior member of the Iowa Holstein Association. 2. a. All animals must have a minimum of 87% Registered Holstein Ancestry (RHA). Ownership shall be established by the name listed on the registration certificate or by presentation of the certificate along with a signed and completed transfer and fee which is to be retained by show management to be forwarded to the national office. b. For animals purchased shortly before a show, the transfer must be submitted with the paper prior to the show and the show chairman/clerk will take possession of the transfer to assure that the transfer is carried out. If the cow is in transfer, clarification from National must be known. However, no transfers will be accepted at the Iowa State Fair which will apply to the 2018 State Open and Junior Shows. 3. Iowa state health rules and regulations must be observed. Health papers and registration certificates must accompany the animals, and be provided to show management for checking prior to one hour before the starting time of the show. 4. The point system for determining Premier Breeder and Premier Exhibitor Awards shall be as follows: A: Points for Junior Animals B: Points for Senior Animals Placing: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 A: 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 B: 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 5. The Premier Breeder Award is presented to the breeder of no more than 6 animals all shown in the single classes which total the most points. No entry is required and winner need not be an exhibitor at the show nor the owner of any of the point-winning animals. a. Breeder Defined: The owner of the dam at the time of service shall be considered the breeder of the animals. Where a herd is registered in the names of different members of a family, and where the herd is one unit, and everyone is using the same prefix, 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. 6. The Premier Exhibitor Award is presented to the exhibitor of no more than 6 animals all shown in the single classes which total the most points. No entry is required. a. Exhibitor Defined: The 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 as a single exhibitor. Any partnership animal is a separate exhibitor with the exception of family partnerships. 7. Premier Breeder and Premier Exhibitor of the Heifer Show (State Open Show Only) - The same rules apply as listed above for Premier Breeder and Premier Exhibitor. Junior Heifer Calves through Senior Yearlings (not in milk) will be eligible for points for these awards. The animals may also be eligible for Overall Premier Breeder and Premier Exhibitor.

8. Bred and Owned Awards will be given in classes 11-15 and 17-20 for the highest placing animal bred and owned by exhibitor as determined by the certificate of registry. Syndicated animals and partnerships other than within family do not qualify for the bred and owned class awards. 9. All exhibitors shall adhere to the Iowa Holstein Association Show Ring Policy. The agreement to adhere to this policy on the entry form must be signed to be an eligible entry. B. Special Rules Applying to Iowa District Holstein Shows: 1. Partnership cattle may be shown in any district but in only one district show in any given season. 2. Every District Show must offer the same classes as the State Show except Class 10 (Iowa Holstein Futurity) which is on a state-wide basis only, Class 16 Intermediate Champion and Class 23 (Top Bred & Owned by Exhibitor) which are optional for District Shows. Districts with less than 50 head entered may combine classes 4 & 5, 6 & 7, 12 & 13, 14 & 15, and 18 & 19. 3. Classes at District Shows will be placed numerically. 4. Identified grade Holsteins may be shown if approved by the District. C. Special Rules Applying to the Iowa Holstein Show: 1. General rules, regulations and health requirements in the Open Class Livestock Premium Book of the Iowa State Fair apply. In case general rules conflict with Dairy Cattle Department general or special rules, the latter shall govern. 2. Entries may be made online at www.iowastatefair. org/entry. Entries may also be made on forms available online at www.iowastatefair.org. Complete entry form and return it with full payment of all fees to: Iowa State Fair, Dairy Cattle Department, P.O. Box 57130, Des Moines, Iowa 50317-0003. No entries accepted without payment. 3. ENTRIES MUST BE SUBMITTED ONLINE OR POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE JULY 1. Entries submitted online or postmarked July 2 - July 8 will be charged a late fee of $10 per head in addition to regular entry fees. No entries will be accepted after July 8. Entries are accepted according to earliest postmark. 4. Each exhibitor, as a requirement for entry, will pay an entry fee of $25 per animal. Entry Fee must accompany entry or it will be returned. 5. 4-H and FFA Animals: Exhibitors entering in 4-H or FFA Classes may also enter their dairy animals in corresponding Open Classes by paying the additional $10 4-H/FFA fee and making entry on the Open Class entry form on or before July 1. Please note that this $10 fee is in addition to fees you must also pay through 4-H and/or FFA. 6. The Iowa Holstein Show will be held at the Iowa State Fair on August 9 at 8:00 am. 7. Please give all information requested on the entry form. All animals must be registered with registration papers available when entries are checked. Identity enrollment cattle, VIP or grade cattle are not eligible. Animal registration information must be listed on entry form. No registration transfers will be accepted at the Iowa State Fair. 8. Grand and Reserve Grand Champions of each

breed will be escorted to the milking parlor for a complete milk out inspection following the show. 9. Ultrasounding will be required on all Grand and Reserve Grand Champion cows along with First and Second Place cows. 10. Verification of production for Class 20 is necessary. Cow page must be provided with entry and day of show. Must have official DHI testing sheets for entry. 11. An animal cannot be exhibited in any other State Show prior to the Iowa State Show. 12. All rules, regulations and health requirements of the Iowa State Fair Dairy Show will apply to animals in the Iowa Holstein Show. Please visit www.iowastatefair.org/competition for complete information. D. Special Rules Applying to the Iowa Junior Holstein Show: 1. Each exhibitor must be a junior member of the Iowa Holstein Association and be 9 years of age as of January 1 of the current year and under the age of 21 years as of January 1 of the current year. 2. All animals exhibited must be registered by the Holstein Association in the name of the junior member or parents’ name or farm prefix or be certified as a bona fide 4-H project by the County Extension Director or as an FFA project by the FFA Advisor. Certification must be brought to the Iowa Junior Holstein Show. The animal must be in the junior’s name to be eligible for Junior All-American. 3. a. If junior members are in FFA or 4-H, entries must be entered through FFA or 4-H by July 1. Please refer to the information available online at www.iowastatefair.org for entry deadlines, fees, rules, etc. b. However, if you are in 4-H or FFA and are exhibiting an animal which is not a 4-H or FFA project, be sure to enter those animals in the Iowa State Fair Open Class Show by July 1. c. For junior members not in 4-H or FFA or junior members who do not meet the state fair age requirements for 4-H or FFA, enter your animals in the Iowa State Fair Open Class Show by July 1. 4. The Iowa Junior Holstein Show will be held at the Iowa State Fair on August 11 at 7:30 am. 5. Ribbons at the State Junior Holstein Show will be awarded in ribbon groups. Animals that place first and second in their class shall be named Junior All-Iowa and Reserve Junior All-Iowa. 6. Juniors must show their own animals. Excusing a member from personally exhibiting his or her animal(s) defeats one of the most important objectives of Holstein work. Hence, the Junior Advisory Committee does not approve the use of substitute showmen except in extreme cases. If a youth is injured or seriously ill at the time of the show or is involved in another activity with a non-flexible schedule at which their presence is mandatory, the youth may submit an application for a substitute showman. The substitute showman must be a Holstein junior member and approved in advance of the show by the advisory committee. 7. Production award - There will be one for top milk based on 305 day or less actual records. The award will be based on records sent in with the initial entry. If an animal is substituted or does not qualify for the 4-H or FFA show, production information must be submitted to Jeff Hammerand and will be accepted until the start June 2018 Iowa Holstein Herald 9

of the show. 8. For the Best Udder of Show, the judge will select one cow in each class, then the winner will be selected from that group. 9. Showmanship Age Divisions will be the same as the Iowa State Fair Youth Show. The junior division is for those who have completed 5th or 6th grades. The intermediate division are juniors who have completed 7th and 8th grades. The senior division is for juniors who have completed 9th grade and older. Please note that the usual age divisions for showmanship will be used at the district shows. 10. The Novice Show is open to anyone ages 5-11. Entry must be made by 7:00 a.m. on the day of the show at the Cattle Barn Office. The Novice Show will be held on Thursday, August 9 at 11:45 a.m. The calf must be born after November 30, 2017. The class will be judged 25% on the calf and 75% on the showmanship of the individual exhibitor. All breeds will show together. The show will be divided into a junior and senior division. The age break will be determined at the show. Previous winners are not eligible to compete. 11. The State Holstein Junior Advisory Committee reserves the final and absolute right to interpret these rules of the Iowa Junior Holstein Show and will arbitrarily settle and determine all matters, questions or differences in regard thereto arising out of or in connection with the junior show. All possible rule infractions should be brought to the attention of the Junior Advisory Committee at least one hour before the show. Once the class is placed, all placings will stand. 12. Rules, regulations and health requirements of the Iowa State Fair 4-H and/or FFA Dairy Shows will apply to animals in the Iowa Junior Holstein Show. Please visit www.iowastatefair.org/competition for complete information. E. Special Rules Applying to District Junior Holstein Shows: 1. Showmanship classes will be held at the completion of the show with the following order: seniors, intermediates, then juniors. The Showmanship classes will be divided into three classes. The junior division will be for exhibitors 9-12 years of age as of January 1 of the current year. Intermediate exhibitors will be 13-16 years of age as of January 1 of the current year. Senior exhibitors will be 17-21 years of age as of January 1 of the current year. The award can be won by an exhibitor only once in each division. They must have shown this animal in a previous class. 2. A Novice Class will be held for junior members younger than the age of 9 years as of January 1 of the current year. The animal can be another junior member’s project. The class will be judged 100% on the showmanship of the individual exhibitor.

Classes for the 2018 District & State Holstein Shows

Class # Class Birth Dates 1 Spring Heifer Calf March 1 - May 31, 2018 2 Winter Heifer Calf December 1, 2017 - February 28, 2018 3 Fall Heifer Calf September 1 - November 30, 2017 4 Summer Yearling Heifer June 1 - August 31, 2017 5 Spring Yearling Heifer March 1 - May 31, 2017 6 Winter Yearling Heifer December 1, 2016 - February 28, 2017 7 Fall Yearling Heifer September 1 - November 30, 2016 8 Champion and Reserve Champion Junior Female 9 * Junior Best Three Females - 100% bred by exhibitor (all must carry the exhibitor’s prefix, regardless of percentage owned) 10 * Iowa Holstein Futurity (For prior entries, subject to special Futurity Rules held at the State Show.) 11 Milking Yearling Born after August 31, 2016 12 Junior 2 Year Old Cow March 1 - August 31, 2016 13 Senior 2 Year Old Cow September 1, 2015 - February 29, 2016 14 Junior 3 Year Old Cow March 1 - August 31, 2015 15 Senior 3 Year Old Cow September 1, 2014 - February 28, 2015 16 Champion and Reserve Champion Intermediate Female 17 Four Year Old Cow September 1, 2013 - August 31, 2014 18 Five Year Old Cow September 1, 2012 - August 31, 2013 19 Aged Cow Born before September 1, 2012 20 150,000-Pound Cow Produced by most recent test date 21 Champion and Reserve Champion Senior Female 22 Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Female 23 * Top Bred & Owned by Exhibitor From Classes 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19 & 20 24 Best Udder of the Show From Classes 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19 & 20 25 * Best Three Females All bred by exhibitor & exhibitor must be owner of at least 1 in group 26 * Produce of Dam Two females which are the produce of one cow 27 * Daughter-Dam Cow and daughter, shown in any of above classes 28 § Novice (6 Years & Under as of January 1) Refer to Rule D. 12 29 § Novice (7 & 8 Years Old as of January 1) Refer to Rule D. 12 30 § Dairy Herd 3 females shown in any of the individual classes by one exhibitor * These classes will not be included in the Junior Show. § These are classes for the Junior Show only.

2018 District Shows

Show Date Time Location Judge 1 Open & Jr July 18 9:00 am Winneshiek Co. Fairgrounds, Decorah Ryan Krohlow Please use the Excel entry form available online at www.iowaholsteins.org or a pdf file of the entry form is also available online for anyone who doesn’t have access to Excel. Entry Deadline: July 8 Send entries to Amy Courtney courtneysalesllc@gmail.com or 2564 Pole Line Road, Ridgeway, IA 52165 Show Chair: Mark Steffens 563-382-5648 markster@neitel.net 4 Jr July 28 10:00 am Osceola Co. Fairgrounds, Sibley TBA For entry information, please contact Charlotte Rollefson at 712-461-1558 or richrollefson@yahoo.com Entry Deadline: July 20 8 Open & Jr July 15 10:00 am* Delaware Co. Fairgrounds, Manchester TBA Entries must be made through the Delaware County Fair www.delawarecofair.com Show Chair: Jeff Hammerand 563-580-3908 or 24heavenlee@gmail.com * However, the novice and showmanship classes will begin at 9:00 am.

2018 Iowa Holstein Shows

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Show Date Time Location Judge Junior Show Aug 11 7:30 a.m. Iowa State Fairgrounds, Des Moines TBA Open Show Aug 9 8:00 a.m. Iowa State Fairgrounds, Des Moines Pat Conroy Please visit www.iowastatefair.org for complete information regarding the Iowa State Fair Open & Youth Shows. All rules, regulations and health requirements of the Iowa State Fair Dairy Shows will apply to animals in the Iowa Holstein Open and Junior Shows. Animals must be entered in the Iowa State Fair to be eligible for the Iowa Holstein Open & Junior Shows. No additional entry is needed prior to the State Fair for the Iowa Holstein Open and Junior Shows.

Iowa Holstein Association Show Ring Policy The Iowa Holstein Association endorses the National Show Ring Policy and is the basis on which the Iowa Holstein Association Show Ring Policy and its rules and regulations are formed. from the Holstein Association USA, Inc. Show Ring Policy The showing of Registered Holstein cattle is an important part of the promotion, merchandising and breeding program of many breeders. Additionally, it is an important part of Holstein Association USA to stimulate and sustain interest in breeding Registered Holstein cattle. This relates to both spectators and exhibitors. In this connection, the board of directors of Holstein Association USA believes it is in the best interest of the breeders of Registered Holstein cattle to maintain a reputation of integrity and to present a wholesome and progressive image of their cattle in the show ring. The Show Ring Policy provides for absolute responsibility for an animal’s condition by an owner, exhibitor, fitter or participant whether or not he or she was actually instrumental in or had actual knowledge of the treatment of the animal in violation of this Show Ring Policy. Dairy cattle exhibitors shall at all times deport themselves with honesty and good sportsmanship. It is recognized that there are certain practices in the proper care and management of dairy cattle which are necessary in the course of moving dairy cattle to and between shows that are advisable to keep them in a sound, healthy condition so they might be presented in the show ring in a natural, normal appearance and condition. At all times, Registered Holsteins shall be treated in a humane manner and in accordance with dairy quality assurance practices so as to protect the health, safety and welfare of the livestock and the consuming public. No person shall present for exhibition or exhibit an animal which he or she knows, or has reason to suspect, is affected with or has been exposed to a dangerously contagious or infectious disease, illness, or illegal or non-approved use of drugs, medication and/or prohibited substance, or residue. The position of Holstein Association USA, Inc. is that all animals presented for exhibition shall be in their natural conformation and structure, free of any alteration or modification by injection or internal or external administration of any substance or by involvement in unethical fitting. It is recognized that certain practices in the cataloging, handling and presentation of cattle in the show ring are unacceptable. The following practices are a violation of Iowa Holstein Association Show Ring Policy 1. Misrepresenting the age and/or milking status of the animal for the class in which it is shown. 2. Treating the animal, particularly the udder, internally or externally: a. with and irritant or counter-irritant, b. using a device to artificially create or enhance the udder crease, i.e. “roping” c. using other substances that cause changes in the udder to artificially improve the conformation (allowable practices/substances include sealing and setting teats, icing of an udder will be allowed if ice is placed in a plastic bag) 3. Surgical or unethical insertion of any matter under the skin or into body cavities, performed to change the natural contour or appearance of the animal’s body, though not to preclude practices required or involved in normal management. Examples of violations are, but not limited to:

a. administration of fluid via a stomach tube or other similar apparatus to fill the rumen b. insertion of CIDRs or other devices or matter into a body cavity for the sole purpose of straightening an animal’s topline. 4. Balancing the udder by any means other than leaving naturally produced milk in any or all quarters 5. Administering epidural anesthesia (blocking tails) 6. Excessive manipulation of hair or use of false hair/substitutes on an animal’s topline. Hair length is not to exceed 1.5 inches 7. Animals should remain in public view while at a show. Animals taken off to a secluded area or to a cattle trailer will be deemed in violation of show ring ethics. 8. Physical or verbal abuse of show management or those assisting show management will be deemed a violation. Monitoring and Enforcement Procedures for Iowa Holstein Association (IHA) Show Ring Policy District Shows 1. For district shows, the Iowa Holstein Association encourages the adoption of the IHA Show Ring Policy by show management. The show management should monitor any violations. The district board will receive any reports of violations and recommendations from the show management and determine if any penalties are warranted. State Shows held with the Iowa State Fair 1. The district that is to host the State Show should have the following responsibilities. When held at the Iowa State Fair, they should provide 5-6 people to work with the State Fair Superintendent to aid her/him in checking in cattle, working the show ring, clerking the show and enforcing the show ring code of ethics. The district is to provide the State Fair Superintendent with a list of names of the people aiding her/him. 2. When our State Show is held with the Iowa State Fair, any suspected violations should be reported in a timely matter to the State Fair Superintendent. The Iowa Holstein Association will follow the final decisions made by the Superintendent and follow the penalties laid out in the State Fairbook and by the State Fair Board. However the Iowa Holstein Association also reserves the right to impose any additional penalties on violators as they see necessary. State Shows not held with the Iowa State Fair 1. When hosting the State Show not held with the Iowa State Fair, the district is responsible for all management of the show including working with the Ethics Committee to enforce the IHA Show Ring Policy. 2. An Ethics Committee will be formed for the State Show. It shall consist of three people. One person will be from the IHA Show Committee and the other two will be from the host district. 3. The Ethics Committee will observe activities prior to and during the show and along with show management, receive complaints of alleged violations. 4. Any complaints of suspected violations must be made before the conclusion of the show. 5. The Ethics Committee or it’s designates has the authority to perform and review results of the following: a. An ultrasound examination of the udder prior to milk out b. Milk out of any individual cow c. Collection and testing of any of the animal’s body fluids d. Use of any other non lethal technology that may be useful in determining violations e. Delivery for the purpose of inspection or laboratory analysis, June 2018 Iowa Holstein Herald 11

at any time, of any hypodermic needles, syringes, swabs, cloths, other devices, dispensers, samples of medicines, or other preparations in any form, in possession or control of the exhibitor, fitter, agents or persons acting on behalf of the exhibitor. f. Animals may be checked for false hair on toplines and for length over 1.5 inches. 6. If it is suspected that a violation will occur if an animal is shown, the exhibitor will be informed by the Show Chairman or Ethics Committee, that showing of that animal will result in violation of Iowa Holstein Association Show Ring Policy. If the exhibitor decides not to show that animal, no violation will have occurred. 7. The owner is responsible for the representation of his/her animals, regardless of who is caring for or fitting his/her animals. 8. Within seven days of the conclusion of the show, the Ethics Committee must report to the IHA Show Committee Chairman. If any violations or suspected violations have occurred, they must be reported in writing to the IHA Show Committee. All findings and determinations of the Ethics Committee will be turned over to the IHA Show Committee. 9. The IHA Show Committee will have 21 days to review the Ethics Committee’s report and make a decision on any violations with a recommendation for disciplinary action against the accused exhibitor/individual. The IHA Show Committee will then make their recommendation to the IHA Executive Committee for final determination. 10. Upon receiving the Show Committee report of violations, the State President will notify the alleged violator of said report and share all supporting evidence with them. 11. The IHA Executive Committee after receiving the report of violations will have 30 days to meet and issue any penalties. The

accused violator will be able to be present and speak at this meeting, as long as they notify the IHA Executive Committee of this intention 3 days prior to the meeting. 12. If the alleged violator is found in violation of the IHA Show Ring Policy, the Iowa Holstein Association Board of Directors may pass along the costs associated with the violations, enforcement and review of these violations. These costs must be paid in full by the violator or they will be considered “not in good standing” with the IHA and therefore be denied membership privileges. 13. The Iowa Holstein Association may consider previous violations of an exhibitor when making their decision on penalties. 14. An animal found in violation of the IHA Show Ring Policy will receive no premium monies, awards or placing. 15. During the monitoring and enforcement of the IHA Show Ring Policy, the Ethics Committee, Show Committee, and the Iowa Holstein Association will make all reasonable effort to maintain confidentiality, but no obligation of confidentiality shall exist for directors, staff or committees of the IHA. 16. Under the Rules of the Show, the exhibitor agrees as final and to abide by any decisions of IHA in regards to violations of the IHA Show Ring Policy and resulting penalties. Penalties for Violations of IHA Show Ring Policy 1. 1st Offense - minimum of receiving a letter of reprimand to a maximum of one year suspension for the animal(s), owner(s), fitter(s), and/or other representatives, either individually or combination thereof from all IHA state sponsored shows. 2. Subsequent offenses - minimum of one year suspension to maximum of barred for life for the animal(s), owner(s), fitter(s), and/or other representatives, either individually or combination thereof from all IHA state sponsored shows.

Representing Iowa atthe 2018 National Holstein Convention Distinguished Junior Member Semifinalist: Mary Scott Junior Jeopardy: Ethan Palmer, Isaiah Hammerand, Lane Domeyer, Brenna Volker Intermediate Jeopardy: Faith Palmer, Chase Redfern Senior Jeopardy: Adam Simon, Cynthia Hamlett, Jenna Chapman Junior Quiz Bowl: Trenton Hammerand, Louis Hamlett, Brynlee Volker, Naomi Scott Senior Quiz Bowl: Nathan Arthur, Mary Scott, Amanda Dougherty, Brylie Volker Speech: Adam Scott, Hannah Scott, Cynthia Hamlett Traditional Scrapbook: Naomi Scott, Brynlee Volker Digital Scrapbook: Amanda Dougherty

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2018 Iowa Holstein Association Membership Directory As of May 15, 2018: S - Adult

R - Retired

B - Business

Katie Adams - S 30457 Vine Road Waucoma, IA 52171 563-920-4571 kradams6@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 33

Martin Bahl - S 7405 Asbury Road Dubuque, IA 52002 563-582-6840 bahlbaby2@q.com Dist: 8 Co: 31

Nathan Adams - S 22006 Scenic Rd Waucoma, IA 52171 563-380-4374 Dist: 1 Co: 33

Bruce K Anderson - S 1579 Elon Drive Waterville, IA 52170 563-535-7726 Dist: 1 Co: 3

David J. & Rhonda Bahr - S Rhonda Bahr - X 1230 Teeple Creek Rd Waukon, IA 52171 563-568-4304 Kevin C Blake - S 563-391-1674 rhonda_bahr_1@hotmail.com Garrett Blake - J - 3/10/02 Dist: 1 Co: 3 563-391-4568 22631 Maysville Rd Robin & Roger Baker - S Walcott, IA 52773 N152 Ter Maat Rd 563-391-1674 Cedar Grove, WI 53013 Dist: 8 Co; 82 920-668-8928 Dist: 1 Co: 22 Roger D Blake - S 21658 130th Ave Levi Banowetz - S Davenport, IA 52804 1276 320th Ave 563-391-3268 Charlotte, IA 52731 Dist: 8 Co: 82 Dist: 8 Co: 23

Curtis N Anderson - S Joyce Anderson - X 1545 Elon Drive Waterville, IA 52170 563-535-7545 Dist: 1 Co: 3

Shawn Banowetz - S 2923160th St Charlotte, IA 52731 563-212-9192 sbanowetz1@gmail.com Dist: 8 Co: 23

Derwin Anderson - S John & Marie Anderson - S Rodney Anderson - S 15882 Westbrook St Aplington, IA 50604-8058 319-347-6026 Dist: 2 Co: 38

Lee Barber 3348 235th St DeWitt, IA 52742 563-659-5356 Dist: 8 Co: 23

Andrew Adney - S 28921 Pleasant Ridge Rd McGregor, IA 52157 563-873-3717 AAAdney@mhtc.net Dist: 1 Co: 22

Ian Anderson - S 113 10th Ave Waukon, IA 52172 563-217-0101 Dist: 1 Co: 3 Alden Arthur - S 563-578-5342 Nathan Arthur - J - 3/30/98 563-578-3340 20373 130th St Sumner, IA 50674 aarthur@netins.net Dist: 1 Co: 33 Brad Arthur - S Katie Arthur - X 20316 140th St Sumner, IA 50674 563-920-5666 bradarthur2010@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 33 Myron Arthur - B 116 12th Ave SE Oelwein, IA 50662 563-920-1301 Dist: 1 Co: 33

Don Barry - S 324 W Touhy Ave Park Ridge, IL 60098 Dist: 8 Co: 6 Harley P Baumler - J - 11/29/03 15272 Orange Road Fort Atkinson, IA 52144 mikeaim1@goacentek.net Dist: 1 Co: 33 Norman Beachy - S 1219 Hwy 105 St Ansgar, IA 50472 641-213-3185 Dist: 2 Co: 66 Dan Bernick - S 407 Eastwood Drive Long Grove, IA 52756 563-320-4592 danbernick@aol.com Dist: 8 Co: 82 Robert J Besler - S 563-926-2077 gnarly1220@gmail.com Jacob Besler - J - 12/5/00 jbelser125@gmail.com 3281 Windmill Road Hopkinton, IA 52237 Dist: 8 Co: 28

Cary A Bierschenk - S 319-310-6107 Jennifer Bierschenk - X 319-436-2054 Ally Bierschenk - J - 6/21/00 Zach Bierschenk - J - 12/27/98 319-223-2036 6845 25th Ave Van Horne, IA 52346 Dist: 8 Co: 6

Douglas Blasberg - S 1637 Midway Ave Tripoli, IA 50674 Dist: 2 Co: 9 Dwight Boeck - S 2269 K Ave Denison, IA 51442 712-269-4441 Dist: 5 Co: 24 Daniel M Bolin - S 31000 175th St Clarksville, IA 50619 515-460-3773 dlbolin@gmail.com Dist: 2 Co: 12 Pamela J Bolin - S 30707 180th St Clarksville, IA 50619 319-278-4288 dvbolin@bremer-butler.com Dist: 2 Co: 12 Robert A Breitsprecher - S 9296 D Ave Arlington, IA 50606 563-633-4955 rc_jjholstein@yahoo.com Dist: 1 Co: 33 Daniel Brimeyer - S Debra Brimeyer - X 24505 Creek Valley Rd Sherrill, IA 52073 563-552-1197 Dist: 8 Co: 31 Brockshus Dairy LLC - S 1286 Tyler Ave Ocheyedan, IA 51354 712-758-3246 Dist: 4 Co: 72

J - Junior

X - Auxiliary

Dave E Broghamer - S Brenda Broghamer - X 2801 Nordic Hills Rd Decorah, IA 52101 563-382-3877 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Douglas R Brown - S 39284 Skip Level Rd Colesburg, IA 52035 563-856-3575 browndouglasr@johndeere.com Dist: 1 Co: 22 Mervin R Brubaker - S 13482 240th St Milton, IA 52570 319-397-2221 Dist: 9 Co: 89 Ronald F Buchheit - R 2428 123rd St Fort Atkinson, IA 52144 563-534-7761 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Bruce Buddenberg - S Julie Buddenberg - X buddenbergfarm@hotmail.com Cassidy Buddenberg - S cassidybudd@hotmail.com Chanse Buddenberg - S Josie Buddenberg - J - 9/18/98 1340 Hwy 9 Decorah, IA 52101 563-382-4263 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Harlan Z Burkholder - S 2851 120th St Charles City, IA 50616 641-228-3327 Dist: 2 Co: 34 Lamar Burkholder - S 2882 120th St Charles City, IA 50616 641-228-1414 Dist: 2 Co: 34 Brodie & Kara Bushman - S29657 Eastern Rd Castalia, IA 52133 563-423-5544 brodiebushman@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 33 Glenn Butler - S 4238 Nuthatch Ave Kensett, IA 50448 641-324-2201 Dist: 2 Co: 98 Matt & Michelle Byrnes - S 460 Orchid Dr Dorchester, IA 52140 563-568-3746 mandmbyrnes@sgwb.coop Dist: 1 Co: 3

Calhoun Coop Creamery - B 1456 Hwy 9 Lansing, IA 52151 563-538-4295 Dist: 1 Co: 3 Lowell D Cannell - R 216 Country Hts Dr Sumner, IA 50674 563-578-8615 Dist: 2 Co: 9 John Cannon - S Caden Cannon - J - 10/7/11 Cael Cannon - J - 12/27/09 Chase Cannon - J - 12/27/09 3098 210th St Dyersville, IA 52040 563-542-7104 Dist: 1 Co: 33 Emily Carolan - J - 9/22/03 2547 Co Rd A14 Decorah, IA 52101 jwcarolan@hotmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 96 Jeremy Carpenter - S 1558 Easton Ave Waverly, IA 50677 319-231-3996 jccarp30@yahoo.com Dist: 2 Co: 9 Michael Carroll - S 3225 180th Ave Ryan, IA 52330 563-608-3321 mjcarrollmichael@gmail.com Dist: 8 Co:28 Central Vet Clinic - B 898 1st Ave NW Sioux Center, IA 51250 712-722-1087 Dist: 4 Co: 84 Dave & Lisa Chapman - S Lisa Chapman - X Cody Chapman - S Jenna L Chapman - J - 5/7/98 3881 350th St Ruthven, IA 51358 712-837-4410 hhi@yourstarnet.net Dist: 4 Co: 74 Dolores Chapman Tanner - R 401 17th St West Clear Lake, IA 50428 Dist: 4 Co: 74 Louis Christen - S 18292 D Ave Elgin, IA 52141 563-426-5230 Dist: 1 Co: 33

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Citizens Savings Bank - B Box 7 Spillville, IA 52168 563-562-3674 Dist: 1 Co: 96

John Dean - B Box 746 Postville, IA 52162 563-864-7785 Dist: 1 Co: 22

Jeff Clawson - S Cherrywood Farm 1553 Y Ave Ames, IA 50014 641-847-2384 Dist: 6 Co: 42 Dennis & Cheryl Cline - B 2510 170th Ave Decorah, IA 52101 563-880-6050 Dist: 1 Co: 96

Jason Decker - S Olivia Decker - J - 3/21/06 7781 U Ave Oelwein, IA 50662 563-920-8402 jcdecker@netins.net Dist: 1 Co: 33 Jordan Dee - S 636 Jackson St Moville, IA 51039 Dist: 4 Co: 9

Coonridge Holsteins - S 19054 Linn-Jones Rd Monticello, IA 52310 319-437-2871 sdcoons1@gmail.com Dist: 8 Co: 53

Heidi Ann deGier - S & X PO Box 552 Strawberry Point, IA 52076 563-880-9346 hdegier76@hotmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 22

Tim & Sharon Corkery - S 1480 175th St Independence, IA 50644 319-827-3140 lastcork@jtt.net Dist: 8 Co: 10

Delicious Partners 2188 78th St Blairstown, IA 52209 amanda hauck@genosource.com Dist: 8 Co: 6

Louis E Courtney - S Pat Courtney - X 563-382-5594 Shane M Courtney - S 563-382-2708 2615 Pole Line Rd Ridgeway, IA 52165 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Scott E Courtney - S Amy Courtney - S & X Blake Courtney - J - 6/1/99 Brinlee Courtney - J - 7/30/09 Brody Courtney - J - 3/15/05 Brooke Courtney - J - 3/6/02 2564 Pole Line Road Ridgeway, IA 52165 563-387-0035 secourtney@hotmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 96 Shannon L Courtney Tieskoetter - S 3297 223rd Ave Decorah, IA 52101 563-735-5638 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Jason Danhof - S 715-305-0522 jasondanhof@hotmail.com Sheri Regan Danhof - S & X 1225 Parsley Drive Waukon, IA 52172 563-380-5945 sheri@regancrest.com Dist: 1 Co: 3

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Rick & Kathy Demmer - S Kathy Demmer - X Kyle Demmer - S Regan Demmer - J - 5/17/01 Royce Demmer - J - 12/1/96 6222 Sundown Rd Peosta, IA 52068 563-876-3120 rkleola@yousq.net Dist: 8 Co: 31 DeNovo Genetics - S 1525 River Rd DeForest, WI 53532 608-846-6235 michelle.tranel@genusplc.com Dist: 1 Co:96 Dennis Devore - S 1905 9th Ave SW Cedar Rapids, IA 52404 319-362-1485 merideri@aol.com Dist: 8 Co: 57 Cassidy Dietz - S 812 Wisner Drive Waterloo, IA 50702 641-435-4681 Dist: 2 Co: 19 Dee & Nick Dietz - S Maverick Dietz McDonald - J 9/14/06 1176 300th St Nashua, IA 50658 641-435-4681 Dist: 2 Co: 19

Ted Domeyer - S 26862 Thunder Road Holy Cross IA52053 563-543-8191 tdomeyer@windstream.net Dist: 8 Co: 31 Julie Dougherty - X Alyssa Dougherty - J - 2/24/98 Amanda Dougherty - J - 4/12/01 Andy Dougherty - S 205 Oak Forest Dr Epworth, IA 52045 jadougherty@juno.com Dist: 8 Co: 31 Bradd L Dreessen - S Austin Dreessen - J - 4/20/01 Janna Dreessen - J - 6/8/06 110 5th St W Sibley, IA 51249 712-754-3803 bsadree@icloud.com Dist: 4 Co: 72 Alan W Dykshorn - S PO Box 111 Sioux Center, IA 51250 712-441-0686 Dist: 4 Co: 84 Dykshorn Holsteins, Inc - S 2533 410th St Sioux Center, IA 51250 712-722-0884 Dist: 4 Co: 84 Larry D Dykstra - S 3372 450th St Orange City, IA 51041 712-737-8232 Dist: 4 Co: 84 Eagle-View Dairy LLC - S 1176 300th St Nashua, IA 50658 641-435-4681 Dist: 2 Co: 19 Charlie Eggink - R 5806 162nd St Allendorf, IA 51354 712-758-3309 Dist: 4 Co: 72 Harold J Eggink - R Luella Eggink - X 716 4th St Sibley, IA 51249 712-754-3586 Dist: 4 Co: 72 Leroy Eggink - S Kolette Eggink - X Jacob Eggink - J - 1/10/03 Sara Eggink - J - 12/17/97 1856 Silver Ave Sibley, IA 51249 712-758-3643 ghholsteins@ymail.com Dist: 4 Co: 72

Brian Ehrlich - S 1501 W 32nd St Dubuque, IA 52001 563-582-7910 igottamilk.@aol.com Dist: 8 Co: 31 Allen Ehrman - S 2193 75th St Blairstown, IA 52209 319-454-6578 Dist: 8 Co: 6 Terry E Eick - S Kelly Eick - X Natalie Eick - J - 4/18/00 1105 Ivory Ave Plainfield, IA 50666 319-275-4719 Dist: 2 Co: 9 Elsbernd Farms LLC - S 2383 175th St Calmar, IA 52132 563-380-6692 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Tom & Cherrie Engelken - S Amanda Engelken - J - 7/22/99 Amber Engelken - J - 3/21/02 Nicole Engelken - S 2085 260th Ave Earlville, IA 52041 563- 923-5375 Dist: 8 Co: 28 Bruce Epley - S Ivan Epley & Sons Inc 1991 Hawthorne Ave Waverly, IA 50677 319-352-6167 mrcyfan@aol.com Dist: 2 Co: 9 Ronald D Finch - R 1116 Giddings Kelley, IA 50134 RJFinch@Huxcomm.net Dist: 6 Co: 85 First State Bank - B PO Box 206 Sumner, IA 50674 563-578-3312 Dist: 1 Co: 33 Keith Forde - S 1423 Sattre Ridge Rd Decorah, IA 52101 563-382-5426 jkforde.ia@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 96 Arlyn Fossum - S 1528 Elon Drive Waterville, IA 52170 319-535-7522 elonirs@acegroup.cc Dist: 1 Co: 3 Brad Fossum - B 126 Grand Ave Lodi, WI 53555 608-592-7040 bradfossum@ecselectsires.com Dist: 1 Co: 3

Kevin Fossum - S Elizabeth Fossum - J - 2/8/05 James Fossum - J - 12/1/98 Thomas Fossum - J - 1/30/06 1235 Jeglum Rd Waterville, IA 52170 563-535-7783 fossumfarms@acegroup.cc Dist: 1 Co: 3 Wesley K & Marlys Foster - R Marlys Foster - X 1494 Dakota Ave Waverly, IA 50677 319-276-3270 Dist: 2 Co: 9 Ron & Dan Friedmann - S 16461 N Cascade Rd Peosta, IA 52068 563-588-0613 Dist: 8 Co: 31 Kaylee Fritz - S Kestyn Fritz - J - 6/22/15 1436 Antler Dr Monona, IA 52159 563-605-0002 Dist: 1 Co: 22 Chris Garris - S 316 1st Ave S Sioux Center, IA 51250 712-441-1793 garrischris@gmail.com Dist: 4 Co: 84 Amanda Gaul - S 26946 Dyersville East Farley, IA 52046 563-599-1403 sunnyk14@hotmail.com Dist: 8 Co: 31 Pat, Mike & Tom Gavin 2448 Sunny View Dr Lansing, IA 52151 563-586-2526 gavnview@hotmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 3 Alaina Gebel - J - 5/20/05 Marcus Gebel - J - 1/28/10 1319 French Creek Dr Lansing, IA 52151 563-538-9206 tami.gebel@yahoo.com Dist: 1 Co: 3 Geise Dairy - S blcgeise@hotmail.com Clay Geise - S claygeise@hotmail.com 3253 235th St DeWitt, IA 52742 563-659-3906 Dist: 8 Co: 23 Genosource LLC 2188 78th St Blairstown, IA 52209 319-454-6332 Dist: 8 Co:6

Genosource, Jorgensen, Faria Bros & Andersen 2188 78th St Blairstown, IA 52209 319-454-6332 Dist: 8 Co:6

Audrey Guyer - J - 7/16/01 Clayton Guyer - J - 12/7/04 Emersyn Guyer - J - 1/15/08 1614 290th St Tipton, IA 52772 Dist: 8 Co: 23

Mike Gerdts - S Aaron Gerdts - J - 3/7/99 1215 440th St St Ansgar, IA 50472 641-736-4668 mgerdts@myomnitel.com Dist: 2 Co: 66

Alan F Hageman - S alruhome@yahoo.com Ruth Hageman - X Scott Hageman - S scotthageman@hotmail.com 1668 Co Rd W-46 Decorah, IA 52101 563-532-9878 Dist: 1 Co: 96 John J Hager - S 1212 Woodside Ln Waukon, IA 52172 563-568-4765 Dist: 1 Co: 3

Allison Gibbs - S 319-239-7675 agibbs@iastate.edu Andrea Gibbs - J - 4/25/02 319-827-2654 Box 202 Jesup, IA 50648 Dist: 8 Co: 10 Calvin P Gibbs – B 2947 280th St Hopkinton, IA 52237 563-926-2219 cdgibbs4@gmail.com Dist: 8 Co: 28 Chris Gibbs - S 1790 Gronna Dr Waterville, IA 52170 563-535-3085 ckgibbs@acegroup.cc Dist: 1 Co: 3 Duane Gibbs - S 302 Lake St Delhi, IA 522223 563-920-4012 Dist: 8 Co 28

Mark D Hamlett - S Jennifer Hamlett - X Cynthia Hamlett - J - 1/3/99 Henry Hamlett - J - 2/22/02 Louis Hamlett - J - 1/20/04 Natalie Hamlett - J - 2/15/07 Sally Hamlett - J - 11/14/97 Vanessa Hamlett - J - 12/15/00 4113 H Ave Aurora, IA 50607 319-634-3383 Dist: 1 Co: 33 Matthew E Hamlett - S Jana Hamlett - X 3669 B Ave Arlington, IA 50606 563-933-4323 hamletthill@yahoo.com Dist: 1 Co: 33

Joe J Gibbs - S Clayton Gibbs - S Lincoln Gibbs - S 9482 Bierman Rd Epworth, IA 52045 563-543-0113 Dist: 8 Co: 31

Tom L Hamlett - S Kristin Hamlett - J - 4/9/00 5056 G Ave Arlington, IA 50606 563-633-6005 Dist: 1 Co: 33

Courtney Goedken - J - 8/27/03 Sarah Goedken - J - 5/2/02 Tara Goedken - J - 5/2/02 2856 Quarter Rd Hopkinton, IA 52237 563-920-9590 langodairy@yahoo.com Dist: 8 Co: 28

Diminic Hammerand - J - 3/30/09 Isaiah Hammerand - J - 2/9/05 Leo Hammerand - J - 10/14/06 Trenton Hammerand - J - 2/9/02 23334 Kidder Rd Epworth, IA 52045 lmhjah@aol.com 563-876-3783

Allen Goeke - R 408 3rd Ave NW Waukon, IA 52172 563-568-3554 Dist:1 Co: 3

Jeff Hammerand - S Tammy Hammerand - X Jessica Hammerand - S & X 23920 N Bankston Road Epworth, IA 52045 563-744-3611 24heavenlee@gmail.com Dist: 8 Co: 31

Alan Graves - S 309 W 2nd St Sanborn, Ia 51248 712-574-6120 gravesa@hotmail.com Dist: 4 Co: 71

Albert J Hanson - S Trudy Hanson - X 13946 Agate Rd Elgin, IA 52141 563-426-5227 ahanson@alpinecom.net Dist: 1 Co: 22 Randy & Lisa Hanson - S Lisa Hanson - X 1689 182nd St Decorah, IA 52101 563-382-8571 kajo@neitel.net Dist: 1 Co: 96 Hanson Hilltop Farms LLC - S 1148 Round Prairie Dr Waukon, IA 52172 563-535-7741 hansonhilltop@acegroup.cc Dist: 1 Co: 3 Brian & Koral Harbaugh - S Pierce Harbaugh - J - 5/13/02 16710 Gunder Road Postville, IA 52162 563-423-7160 korian@acrec.com Dist: 1 Co: 22 Kevin P Harbaugh - S 30390 290th St Guttenberg, IA 52052 563-252-1826 Dist: 1 Co: 22 Tony Harvey - B 2642 Crissy Drive Dubuque, IA 52001 563-582-5816 Dist: 8 Co: 31 Amanda Hauck - S 3105 Michelle Ct SW Apt 4 Cedar Rapids, IA 52404 570-765-0536 hauckam@yahoo.com Dist: 8 Co: 57 Jillian Heavens - B 30844 215th St Garnavillo, IA 52049 563-964-2847 jillian@alpinecom.net Dist: 1 Co: 22 Mark & Rhonda Hefel - S Rhonda Hefel - X Rachel Hefel - J - 4/19/00 8065 Dutch Lane Rd Epworth, IA 52045 563-876-3310 rhefel@bernardtel.com Dist: 8 Co: 31 Justin Helgerson - S 1277 Hwy 9 Decorah, IA 52101 563-380-0912 jhelgedvm@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 96

Trista Helmers - J - 6/30/00 2625 Starling Ave Melvin, IA 51350 712-260-6105 Dist: 4 Co: 72 Gene C Henderson - S 808 West Delaware Street Manchester, IA 52057 563-637-2900 bambi.gene@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 33 Rick J Henderson - S 420 2nd St S Coggon, IA 52218 319-435-2062 Dist: 8 Co: 57 Steve Henderson - B 19558 144th Ave Monticello, IA 52310 319-480-0147 Dist: 8 Co: 53 Glenda Henkes - R Box 932 Monona, IA 52159 563-539-4301 Dist:1 Co: 22 Trent Henkes - S Leslie Ann Henkes - S Matthew Henkes - S 18467 165th St Luana, IA 52156 563-783-2479 tlhenkes@neitel.net Dist: 1 Co: 22

Alex Holdorf - S 6806 255th St Walcott, IA 52773 563-282-4665 holdorfa@uwplatt.edu Dist: 8 Co: 82 Molly Holthaus - S Lily Holthaus - J - 1/14/09 101 Lincoln Ct West Union, IA 52175 ryanmolly.holthaus5@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 33 Blaine Holub - S Thomas Holub - S 4638 Linn-Jones Rd Monticello, IA 52310 319-462-2888 Dist: 8 Co: 57 Cody Horsfall - J - 3/10/01 15395 Wood Vale Ct Peosta, IA 52068 310bobcats@gmail.com Dist: 8 Co: 31 Daniel Hotvedt - S 3813 US Hwy 52 Decorah, IA 52101 563-735-5535 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Daniel J Hovden 1504 Laurel Dr Decorah, IA 52101-9671 563-379-1090 hovdenholsein@htomail.com Dist:1 Co: 96

Leslie High - S 14179 300th St Cantril, IA 52542 319-288-0711 Dist: 9 Co: 89

Brent Hulstein - B 3868 Indian Ave Orange City, IA 51041 712-722-4614 Dist: 4 Co: 84

Scott R Hilgerson - S 22484 Hwy 128 Elkader, IA 52043 563-245-2781 Dist: 1 Co: 22

Amanda Hunt - S & X 2614 230th Ave Delhi, IA 52223 563-219-5247 akfranck33@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 3

HMCI, Inc 2644 260th St Fredericksburg, IA 50630 563-2375989 holstein.hmci#@gmail.com Dist: 2 Co:19 Zane L Hobbs - S 830 330th St Britt, IA 50423 641-565-3769 Dist: 2 Co: 41 Bruce Hoeft - B N6827 34th Ave Fremont, WI 54940 715-851-3105 bruce371@centurytel.net Dist: 1 Co: 3

Chad Hunt - S Erin L Hunt - S Blake Hunt - J - 4/12/09 Kayla Hunt - J - 5/23/12 23863 Cannon Rd Elkader, IA 52043 563-245-2340 hunthaven@alpinecom.net Dist: 1 Co: 22 J & J Dairy - S Blake Hansen 8617 Lincoln Road Hudson, IA 50643 319-988-9834 chumpp15@hotmail.com Dist: 2 Co: 7

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Carl R Jardon - S 1170 360th Ave Randolph, IA 51649 712-370-6015 jardon_c@hotmail.com Dist: 5 Co 36 Nicholas Jennett - S Indian Creek Dairy 62614 280th St Nevada, IA 50201 515-382-5933 Dist: 6 Co: 85 Jensen-White Hillside Dairy Ltd - S 30121 Superior Rd Clarksville, IA 50619 319-278-4811 kidsandmoos@yahoo.com Dist: 2 Co: 12 Olan E Jessee - R 18635 580th St Fonda, IA 50540 712-358-2917 Dist : 4 Co: 76 David & Janet Joachim - S Janet Joachim - X 1188 230th St Waverly, IA 50677 319-352-2844 djoachim2844@hotmail.com Dist: 2 Co: 9 Gary & Linda Johanningmeier - S 1033 Hwy 76 SE Waukon, IA 52172 563-568-4930 Dist: 1 Co: 3 David Johnson - R PO Box 279 Ocheyedan, IA 51354 712-758-3280 ctu@evertek.net Dist: 4 Co: 73 Gerald N Johnson - R Linda Johnson - X 1898 185th Ave Decorah, IA 52101 563-382-3206 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Kenneth A Johnson - R 1102 Nordic Dr #121 Decorah, IA 52101 563-382-3249 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Todd Johnson - S Kristina Johnson - X 27534 Hwy 52 Guttenberg, IA 52052 563-252-1100 Dist 1 Co: 22 Stefanie Kappes - S 14392 Hwy 18 Luana, IA 52156 563-203-0869 stefkappes13@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 22

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Shelby Karr - J - 10/30/99 2421 70th St Newhall, IA 52315 319-361-6806 Dist: 8 Co: 6 Don G Kass - S Kyle Kass - J - 1/9/96 13229 Holy Cross Rd Farley, IA 52046 563-875-7630 Dist: 8 Co: 31 Jake & Kaitlin Kempel - S Kaitlin Kempel - X Faith Kempel - J - 10/15/15 Charlotte Kempel - J - 12/15/17 1780 Peppy Place Rd Decorah, IA 52101 kaitlinhanson@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 96 Bradley J Kerndt - S Benjamin Kerndt - S Katie Kerndt - J - 12/21/96 1224 Hwy 9 Lansing, IA 52151 563-568-2830 Dist: 1 Co: 3 Leslie W Kerndt Jr - S 1619 Old Hwy 9 Waukon, IA 52172 563-568-3234 Lesada@rconnect.com Dist: 1 Co: 3 Mark W Kerndt - S 1318 W Main St Waukon, IA 52172 563-568-1727 mkerndt@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 3 Patsy L Kerndt - S & X 1230 Hwy 9 Lansing, IA 52151 563-568-3994 Dist: 1 Co: 3 Alvin P Keuning - R Lana Keuning - X 6125 Quail Ave Monroe, IA 50170 641-259-2704 apkeuning@msn.com Dist: 10 Co: 50 Raegan Kime - J - 5/15/03 1152 330th Ave Waucoma, IA 52171 563-776-4019 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Adam Kleiss - S 2644 260th St Fredericksburg, IA 50630 319-269-5511 moo4isu@gmail.com Dist: 2 Co: 19

Hadwen Kleiss - S 2619 Pembroke Ave Frederickburg, IA 50630 563-283-6332 stardellfarms@hotmail.com Dist: 2 Co: 19 Robert J Kleve - S 28991 Eastern Rd Castalia, IA 52133 563-423-7320 Dist: 1 Co: 33 William E Klodt - S 17079 150th St Ottumwa, IA 52501 641-777-3044 Dist: 9 Co: 90 Mark L Knudtson - S 313 Hwy 9 Waukon, IA 52172 563-568-3790 knudtson@neitel.net Dist: 1 Co: 3 Philip Knuth - S 18751 Hwy 64 Anamosa, IA 52205 319-462-4782 philknuth@yahoo.com Dist: 8 Co: 53 Knutson Brothers - S 1716 106th St Ossian, IA 52161 563-380-8210 knutsonbrothers@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 96 Luke Koepke - J - 8/17/03 321 Ridgeway St Denver, IA 50622 319-984-6357 koepkem@hotmail.com Dist: 2 Co: 9 Gary & Angie Koppes - S 15066 19th Ave Monmouth, IA 52309 563-652-6476 gakoppes@bernardtel.com Dist: 8 Co:49 Bradley Korver - S 4245 Kiwi Ave Alton, IA 51003 712-253-2239 dairyman72@hotmail.com Dist: 4 Co: 84 Donley J Korver - R 4212 430th St Alton, IA 51003 712-752-8620 Dist: 4 Co: 84 Timothy S Kramer - S 3314 280th St Nashua, IA 50658 641-435-2241 Dist: 2 Co: 34

Louise Kregel - S & X 115 Broadway St Guttenberg, IA 52052 563-252-3992 Dist: 1 Co: 22

Jim E Kuennen - B 12201 P Ave Maynard, IA 50655 563-637-2896 Dist: 1 Co: 33

Dr Edwin J Kreykes - B Dairy Health Services 609 Sunrise Ave Sanborn, IA 51248 712-729-3315 edkreykes@gpsdairy.com Dist: 4 Co: 71

Robert W Kugel - S 405 West Marion St Manchester, IA 52057 563-929-6097 robertkugel47@yahoo.com Dist: 8 Co: 28

Dieter Krieg - B Box 219 Brownstown, PA 17508 Dist: 1 Co: 22

Monty O Kuhn - B 8476 Echo Valley Rd West Union, IA 52175 563-422-3385 Dist: 1 Co: 33

Kris-Del Farms - S 12987 New Liberty Rd Davenport, IA 52804 563-391-1674 Dist: 8 Co: 82

Mike Lahey - S 12435 Circle Ridge Rd Sherrill, IA 52073 563-543-8681 Dist:8 Co: 31

Nick & Tonja Krogman - S Jonathan Krogman - J - 11/28/04 Brooke Krogman - J - 2/10/08 5262 240th St Ashton, IA 51232 712-724-6209 nictonkrogman@frontiernet.net Dist: 4 Co: 72

Larry D Landsgard - S 17518 Gunder Rd Postville, IA 52162 landsgard@neitel.net 563-783-2489 Dist: 1 Co: 22

Clement Krogmeier - S 2015 150th St West Point, IA 52656 319-837-6304 Dist: 9 Co: 56 Ryan Krull - S 1949 Jay Ave George, IA 51237 712-348-1802 Dist: 4 Co: 60 Alan Kruse - S 28811 Prier Road Dyersville, IA 52040 563-875-7342 Dist: 8 Co: 31 Benjamin Kruse - S 2374 395th St Osage, IA 50461 benkruse87@gmail.com Dist: 2 Co:66 Tom Kruse - S Sara Kruse - X Carter Kruse - J - 6/1/02 Cole Kruse - J - 2/13/00 Kaleb Kruse - J - 4/21/98 1507 300th Ave Dyersville, IA 52040 563-920-6084 pandaayrshires@gmail.com Dist: 8 Co: 28 Megan Kueker 28993 L Ave West Union, IA 52175 563-920-8241 kuekermegan@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 33

Zach Landsgard - S 18239 Gunder Rd St Olaf, IA 52072 563-539-4323 Dist: 1 Co: 22 Craig Lang - S Mary Lang - X 4245 180th St Brooklyn, IA 52211 641-522-9693 mlcan4K@netins.net Dist: 9 Co: 79 Eric Lang - S 1842 400th Ave Brooklyn, IA 52211 641-990-6977 ericlang@hotmail.com Dist: 9 Co: 79 Maynard, Craig & Eric Lang - S Yarrabee Farms Inc 1832 400th Ave Brooklyn, IA 52211 515-522-7790 Dist: 9 Co: 79 Leah Lange - S 18657 King Road Garnavillo, IA 52049 563-880-8114 lahenkes89@gmail.com Dist : 1 Co: 22 Langmont Inc - S 3420 140th St Brooklyn, IA 52211 641-522-7364 jlmrlang@netins.net Dist: 9 Co: 79

William J Langreck - S Daniel A Langreck - S Mary Langreck - S 28195 Oak Road West Union, IA 52175 563-778-2321 creek@hawkeyetel.com Dist: 1 Co: 33 Kurt Leerhoff - S Jenny Leerhoff - X 13492 Spring Ave Clarksville, IA 50619 641-330-3573 Dist: 2 Co: 12 Ron Lenth - B 822 8th Ave NE Oelwein, IA 50662 319-283-1301 lenths@trx.net Dist: 1 Co: 33 Audrey Leyen - J - 5/7/00 802 Park Street Reinbeck, IA 50669 319-345-2963 Dist: 2 Co: 38 David Liddle - S 2652 200th St Tripoli, IA 50676 319-882-3143 david-liddle@hotmail.com Dist: 2 Co: 9 Aaron LIen - S Po Box 91 Calmar, IA 52132 563-419-4965 lienaal22@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 96 Dennis & Eileen Linderbaum - S 1303 185th Ave Ossian, IA 52161 563-532-9847 linderbm@acegroup.cc Dist: 1 Co: 96

Heather Luitjens - S 2452 McKinley Ave Ashton, IA 51232 712-461-2242 haluitjens@gmail.com Dist: 4 Co:72 Caleb Lyons - J - 4/11/98 417 Quaker Mill Dr Manchester, IA 52057 563-932-2649 Dist: 8 Co: 28 Douglas J Lyons - S Lynnette Lyons - S & X Michael Lyons - S 131 Military Road Castalia, IA 52133 563-567-9627 lyonsdl@acegroup.cc Dist: 1 Co: 96 Scott A Lyons - S PO Box 458 Decorah, IA 52101 563-382-5375 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Stanley C Lyons - S PO Box 177 Ossian, IA 52161 563-532-9637 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Theresa Lyons - R 1012 Donald Ln SW Waukon, IA 52172 563-568-3271 Dist: 1 Co: 3 Larry & Jane Madren - S 13589 255th St Redfield, IA 50233 641-744-2409 ljmadren@iowatelecom.net Dist: 6 Co: 25

Brian R Lindsay - S 17466 Warbler Ave Nora Springs, IA 50458 641-749-2309 Dist: 2 Co: 17

Anthony W Malven - S Jason Malven - S Nathan Malven - J - 2/26/00 Trevor Malven - J - 8/30/97 22745 135th St Cresco, IA 52136 563-547-5142 Dist: 2 Co: 45

Glen A Longhorn - S 1104 10th St Hawarden, IA 51023 712-548-2851 klonghorn@outlook.com Dist: 4 Co:75

James Martin - S 6413 Quail Ave Lime Springs, IA 52155 563-547-3651 jzmartin00@gmail.com Dist: 2 Co: 45

Norbert Lovstuen - S Diane Lovstuen - X 2396 355th St Decorah, IA 52101 563-735-5372 Dist: 1 Co:96

Joseph S Martin - S 17696 70th St Lime Springs, IA 52155 641-220-2317 Dist: 2 Co: 45

Mark Ludwig - S 11397 Ivy Ave Breda, IA 51436 712-673-2397 Dist: 5 Co: 14

Albin W Massman - R 2568 Hwy 26 Lansing, IA 52151 563-538-4823 Dist: 1 Co: 3

Ray McDermott - S 1325 270th Ave Delmar, IA 52037 563-529-5931 Dist: 8 Co: 23 Tom & Jeni Melcher - S 1411 111th Ave Castalia, IA 52133 563-567-8135 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Jason R Menne - S 248 Sunrise Rd Postville, IA 52162 563-380-6131 mennejas@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 3 Carl & Lisa Mensen - S 21958 Ungs Road Guttenberg, IA 52052 563-608-7364 mensenholstein@gmail.com Dist: 8 Co: 31 Brandon Meyer - J - 9/29/00 bmichael100@hotmail.com Lindsey Meyer - J - 6/24/98 ljmeyer98@gmail.com 1781 Viking Ave Sumner, IA 50674 563-578-8333 Dist: 2 Co: 9 Dean & Sue Meyer - S Darin Meyer - S 1286 Oriole Drive New Albin, IA 52160 563-544-4476 DeSu@acegroup.cc Dist: 1 Co: 3 Donald H Meyer - S 5579 R Ave Maynard, IA 50655 563-380-2556 Dist: 1 Co: 33 Greg W Meyer - S Kelly Meyer - X 3207 220th St Sumner, IA 50674 319-269-3056 Dist: 2 Co: 9 Kasdyi Meyer - J - 9/27/04 11053 Great River Rd West Union, IA 52175 Dist: 1 Co: 33 Leroy & Carla Meyer - S Carla Meyer - X 3111 Wadsley Ave Sac City, IA 50583 712-662-4597 meyerholsteins@gmail.com Dist: 5 Co: 81 Nathan Meyer - S Hallie Meyer - J - 1/29/10 Kade Meyer - J - 3/27/07 1117 Hwy 52 Postville, IA 52162 563-380-8698 Dist:1 Co: 22

Dean M Miller - S 2717 520th St SW Kalona, IA 52247 319-683-2566 dmmjam@sharontc.net Dist: 9 Co: 52 Jake & Rachel Mills - S 20252 130th St Sumner, IA 50674 563-920-7636 millstaracres@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 33 Jay W Mills - S 15476 330th St Strawberry Point, IA 52076 563-933-4966 Dist: 1 Co: 22 Caleb Monroe - S 101 Kilsart St PO Box 8 Ossian, IA 52161 563-419-3850 bigmac9611@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 96 Dale A Monroe - S 2053 110th St Ossian, IA 52161 563-532-9740 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Dan Moon - S Nancy Moon - X Ryan Moon - J - 11/10/97 19475 155th St Monona, IA 52159 563-539-4562 Dist: 1 Co: 22 Vernice Moon - R PO Box 0733 Monona, IA 52159 563-539-4566 Dist: 1 Co: 22 Trever Mortenson - J - 9/30/01 2625 Starling Ave Melvin, IA 51350 712-260-6105 shelltc@iowatelecom.net Dist: 4 Co: 72 James Musser - S 13259 230th St Milton, IA 52570 641-208-5667 Dist: 9 Co: 89 John W Nelson - S 14342 A Ave Clermont, IA 52135 563-423-5924 Dist: 1 Co: 22 Reuben O Nolt - S 1632 200 St Alta Vista, IA 50603 641-393-2337 Dist : 2 Co: 45

Kati Nolting - S 1288 Old Stage Rd Waukon, IA 52172 563-568-7365 knolting08@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 3 Northeast Iowa Community Based Dairy Foundation - S PO Box 400 Calmar, IA 52132 563-562-3263 Dist: 1 Co: 96 William Norton - S 563-260-0631 Caleb Norton - S 563-260-0638 calebn@yahoo.com 1614 290th St Tipton, IA 52772 cloverhillfarms@yahoo.com Dist: 8 Co: 16 Hunter O’Neill - J - 2/5/04 Jack O’Neill - J - 11/4/05 389 Picnic Woods Dr Waukon, IA 52172 563-568-2952 Dist:1 Co: 3 Glen C Ohloff - S 1210 Moneek Road Castalia, IA 52133 563-864-7147 gkomoneek@oneota.net Dist: 1 Co: 96 Chance Opperman - J - 5/11/00 Claire Opperman - J - 12/3/04 2451 Winnamakee Rd Waukon, IA 52172 Dist: 1 Co: 3 James L Ostwinkle - S 8451 Rte 136 North Worthington, IA 52078 563-855-3255 Dist: 8 Co: 31 Gary, Tony & Dan Overmann - S 2988 197th St Earlville, IA 52041 563-875-8471 Dist: 8 Co: 28 Harrison Pagel - J - 10/28/05 1776 Y Ave Sumner, IA 50674 hunter11@netins.net Dist: 1 Co: 33 Linda Pagel - S & X 21215 170th St Sumner, IA 50674 563-578-3480 lpagel@acrec.com Dist: 1 Co: 33 Aaron Palmer - B 17 3rd Ave NW Waukon, IA 52172 563-568-9113 atpalm@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 3 June 2018 Iowa Holstein Herald 17

Greg A & Eric Palmer - S Emma Palmer - J - 11/16/04 Madalyn Palmer - J - 1/17/03 2500 Four Corners Rd Waukon, IA 52172 563-568-2574 palmerfarms13@gmail.com Dist 1 Co: 3 John and Meghan Palmer - S Ethan Palmer - J - 1/19/07 835 McCabe Dr Waukon, IA 52172 563-568-7992 palmermejh@gmail.com Dist 1 Co: 3 Loren Paper - S 2775 260th St Stockton, IA 52769 563-349-2458 Dist: 8 Co: 82 Richard & Elaine Pausma - S Sophia Pausma - J - 10/1/06 6062 240th St Melvin, IA 51350 712-736-2213 pauscows@iowatelecom.net Dist 4 Co: 60 Keith D Pedley - S 6520 130th St Ocheyedan, IA 51354 712-758-3203 kpdairy@iowatelecom.net Dist: 4 Co: 72 David A Petersen - S 1410 Yancy Ave Blue Grass, IA 52726 563-381-1030 Dist: 8 Co: 70 Normen Peterson - S 25664 County Rd 5 Wykoff, MN 55990 507-352-4162 Dist: 1 Co:96 Jay R Phillips - R 22571 493rd St Centerville, IA 52544 641-437-1021 hiptdairy@lowatelecom.net Dist: 10 Co: 4 Greg J Piggott - S Rose Piggott - X 529 North Line Dr Waukon, IA 52172 563-568-2093 Dist: 1 Co: 3 Prairie State/Select Sires - B 41 W 394 US Hwy 20 Hampshire, IL 60140 847-464-5281 Dist: 1 Co: 22 Christopher Pries - B 1665 Bishop Ave Plainfield, IA 50666 319-352-4188 Dist: 2 Co: 9 18 June 2018 Iowa Holstein Herald

Eldo Pries - S 1405 Meadowbrook Lane Waverly, IA 50677 319-352-1019 Dist: 2 Co: 9 Aubey Putman - J - 8/14/00 Bryer Putman - J - 9/20/08 Landyn Putman - J - 1/21/06 1619 290th St Tipton, IA 52772 Dist: 8 Co: 16 Gary L Quass - S 1752 106th St Ossian, IA 52161 563-532-7024 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Quass Farms LLC - S 1111 180th Ave Ossian, IA 52161 563-532-9633 Dist: 1 Co: 96

Bralin Regan - J - 4/22/06 1164 Hwy 9 Lansing, IA 52151 563-794-2226 kkmellick@yahoo.com Dist: 1 Co: 3 Frank C Regan - S Mary Regan - X Regancrest Holsteins LLC - S Brian Regan - S Sean C Regan - S 1095 Hwy 9 Waukon, IA 52172 563-568-4652 regancre@neitel.net Dist: 1 Co: 3 William L Regan - S 1121 Hwy 9 Lansing, IA 52151 563-568-4346 Dist: 1 Co: 3

Robert J Rahe - S Rita Rahe - X 15378 Rt 136 Dyersville, IA 52040 563-921-3745 rita.rahe@icloud.net Dist: 8 Co: 31

Reuter Dairy Inc - S Elaine Reuter - X Colin Reuter - J - 4/14/03 Noah Reuter - J - 8/6/08 9434 Dutch Lane Road Peosta, IA 52068 563-876-3034 Dist: 8 Co: 31

Dave Rapson - S 15197 230th St Hawkeye, IA 52147 563-422-5659 Dist: 1 Co: 33

Bradley Ritchey - S 9952 Shaw Indianola, IA 50125 515-961-8911 Dist: 10 Co: 91

Bill Rauen - S Molly Rauen - X 302 Okoboji Drive Farley, IA 52046 563-607-0694 Dist: 8 Co: 31

Megan Rochleau 30757 Pleasant Ridge Rd McGregor, IA 52157 563-580-6853 Dist: 1 Co: 1

Kendra Rechkemmer - J - 1/22/07 915 1st NE Oelwein, IA 50662 319-238-1983 Dist: 1 Co: 33 Chase Redfern - J - 7/2/02 20197 130th St Sumner, IA 50674 amandabarthur@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 33 Eric C & Jessica Rediske - S Jessica Rediske - X 3171 Scenic River Rd Decorah, IA 52101 563-380-5772 jessrediske@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 96 Myron & Joyce Rediske - S 3735 258th Ave Decorah, IA 52101 563-380-5772 Dist: 1 Co: 96

Charlotte Rollefson - B 5815 200th St Sibley, IA 51249 712-461-1558 Dist: 4 Co: 72 Rose-Maar Dairy David Wilson & Anna Troester 21433 Great River Rd Garnavillo, IA 52049 717-723-7715 annatroester@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 22 Larry Rowley - S 1335 Hayes Dr Knoxville, IA 50138 641-842-2382 larryrowley@iowatelecom.net Dist: 10 Co: 63 Robert D Ruen - R 705 Rural Ave Decorah, IA 52101 563-382-2078 Dist: 1 Co: 96

Bruce G Sacquitne - S 1948 Highland Dr Decorah, IA 52101 563-382-5684 Dist: 1 Co: 96

Tom Schmitt - S 21501 Cottage Hill Rd Durango, IA 52039 563-552-2172 Dist: 8 Co: 31

Cody Sacquitne - S Box 352 Decorah, IA 52101 563-379-4582 Dist: 1 Co: 96

Evan Schnadt - S W10790 County Rd J Lodi, WI 53555 563-578-8834 eschnadt@gmail.com Dist: 2 Co: 9

Gary & Nancy Sacquitne - S PO Box 352 Decorah, IA 52101 563-382-8550 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Lorraine Sacquitne - S 2739 Clay Hill Rd Decorah, IA 52101 563-382-5684 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Jason Z Sauder - S 1342 Victory Ave Charles City, IA 50616 641-228-8137 Dist: 2 Co: 34 Dakota Sawyer - J - 5/4/03 3080 270th St Marshalltown, IA 50158 319-551-6572 cassie_sawyer@live.com Dist: 6 Co: 64 Brian A Schanbacher - S 2524 70th St Newhall, IA 52315 319-310-5102 cy_cubs@yahoo.com Dist: 8 Co: 6 Alan D Schantz - S Karen M Schantz - S Isabella Schantz - J - 7/2/08 Korey Schantz - J - 1/7/05 Maxwell Schantz - J - 7/2/08 17226 318th St Strawberry Point, IA 52076 563-933-2232 Dist: 1 Co: 22 Mark & Marvin Schlitzer - S North Ridge Dairy Farm 16765 Schlitzer Lane Dubuque, IA 52001 563-556-4404 mtschlitzer@msn.com Dist: 8 Co: 31 Karla Schmitt - S PO Box 25 Fort Atkinson, IA 52144 563-532-9878 krhageman@yahoo.com Dist:1 Co: 96 Steve & Connie Schmitt - S 16906 242nd St Hawkeye , IA 52147 563-427-3448 Dist: 1 Co: 33

Joe Schott - R 416 16th St Sheldon, IA 51201 712-324-3632 Dist: 4 Co: 71 Jessica Schramm - S 507 E Center St Garnavillo, IA 52049 schrammj08@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 22 Lance & Jonna Schutte - S Blake Schutte - J - 7/28/08 Briella Schutte - J - 5/1/11 13254 Hickory Ave Monona, IA 52159 563-539-4599 theschuttes@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 22 David L Schwinefus - R 1241 Frankville Road Postville, IA 52162 563-567-8249 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Mike & Kathleen Scott - S Adam Scott - J - 11/4/05 Benjamin Scott - J - 11/8/00 Hannah Scott - J - 3/27/08 Mary F Scott - J - 2/16/97 Naomi Scott - J - 3/16/03 12402 R Ave Westgate, IA 50681 563-637-2386 k64scott@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 33 Kenneth Shatek - S 20298 Saint Ave Cresco, IA 52136-8330 641-330-0749 Dist: 2 Co: 45 Steven P Shonka - S 2458 Brandon Diag Blvd SW Independence, IA 50644 319-327-4010 patricksteve1965@hotmail.com Dist: 8 Co: 10 Larry R Shover - S Nancy Shover - S 2375 Omega Rd Delhi, IA 52223 563-926-2574 Dist: 8 Co: 28

Sibley Veterinary Clinic - B 1654 Northwest Blvd Sibley, IA 51249 Dist: 4 Co: 72 Dana Sickles - J - 5/10/02 Madison Sickles - J - 10/20/08 1848 160th St Marengo, IA 52301 319-240-5715 hbholsteins@gmail.com Dist: 9 Co: 48 Tom Sickles - B Box 176 Readlyn, IA 50668 319-279-3275 tlsickles@gmail.com Dist: 2 Co: 9 Joseph W Sigwarth - S 23309 James Road Holy Cross, IA 52053 563-552-2618 Dist: 8 Co: 31 Leon Sigwarth - R 23311 James Road Holy Cross, IA 52053 563-552-2843 Dist: 8 Co: 31 Emily Simon - B 1923 University Dr Apt F-10 Cedar Falls, IA 50613 563-451-8439 egsimon93@gmail.com Dist: 8 Co: 31 Joe L Simon - S Virginia Simon - X 10488 Cemetery Road Farley, IA 52046 563-744-3473 Dist: 8 Co: 31 Matt Simon - S 30640 Nuthatch Ct Dyersville, IA 52040 563-599-9137 Dist: 8 Co: 31 Rick J Simon - S Jodi Simon - X Adam Simon - J - 5/2/98 Bethany Simon - S Elizabeth Simon - J - 10/21/10 Noah Simon - J - 3/17/01 Tyler Simon - J - 7/4/95 10476 Cemetery Rd Farley, IA 52046 563-744-3541 jsimon26@aol.com Dist: 8 Co: 31 Tom & Shirley Simon - S Shirley Simon - X Joshua Simon - S Mark Simon - S 10644 Cemetery Rd Farley, IA 52046 563-744-3134 sasimon12@hotmail.com Dist: 8 Co: 31

Charles Sloniger - S Sloniger Hilltop Farm Joyce Sloniger - X Box 273 Cambridge, IA 50046 515-383-2261 Dist: 6 Co: 85 Neal & Paula Smith - S Paula Smith - X Caitlin Smith - J - 12/4/98 Jack Smith - J - 12/30/00 3422 140th St Brooklyn, IA 52211 641-990-1892 langsmit@netins.net Dist: 9 Co: 79 Everett Sollien - S 1615 Co Rd A-14 Decorahh, IA 52101 563-735-5940 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Mark A Sollien - S 3771 Locust Road Decorah, IA 52101 563-735-5970 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Amanda Sparrgrove - S Taylor Sparrgrove - J - 2/16/15 318 Pine St Washburn, IA 50706 563-567-8233 babysparky@hotmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 33 John & Peggy Sparrgrove - S 29832 Granite Rd Castalia, IA 52133 563-567-8233 irish.grove81@yahoo.Com Dist: 1 Co: 33 Joshua Sparrgrove - S 37800 150th Ave Forest City, IA 50436 563-567-8233 Dist: 1 Co: 33 Ryan C & Brianne Sparrgrove - S Brianne Sparrgrove - X Blake Sparrgrove - J - 8/28/07 Dillon Sparrgrove - J - 10/19/04 8437 Great River Rd West Union, IA 52175 563-562-9033 bre_zyacres@yahoo.com Dist: 1 Co: 33 Phil Specht - S 28304 Pleasant Ridge Rd McGregor, IA 52157 563-873-2498 Dist: 1 Co: 22 Lester Stahlberg - S 2861 Ridge Rd Hopkinton, IA 52237 563-926-2830 Dist: 8 Co: 28

Stardell Farms, Inc. - S 2644 260th St Fredericksburg, IA 50630 stardellfarms@hotmail.com Dist: 2 Co:19 Carly Ann (Lyons) Steere 2401 Addison Ave Nashua, IA 50658 563-419-2808 carlylyons91@hotmail.com Dist:1 Dist: 96 Alan J Steffens - S 7092 Great River Rd Clermont, IA 52135 563-423-5519 Dist: 1 Co: 33 Erbie L Steffens - S Mark E Steffens - S 1410 185th St Decorah, IA 52101 563-382-5648 markster@neitel.net Dist: 1 Co: 96 Kevin R Steffens - S Marilyn Steffens - X 16376 100th St Maynard, IA 50655 563-637-2325 Dist: 1 Co: 33 Lester E Steffens - R 307 Hall St West Union, IA 52175 563-422-5035 Dist: 1 Co: 33 Reuben H Steffens - S 610 Carlton Clermont, IA 52135 563-423-5936 Dist: 1 Co: 33 Jason Steinlage - S 1605 Quinlan Ave Lawler, IA 52154 319-596-5663 Dist: 2 Co: 19 Paul Stempfle - S Jessica Stempfle - J - 4/1/98 Scott Stempfle - S 16707 100th St Maynard, IA 50655 563-920-9495 Dist: 1 Co: 33

William A & Lana Strein - S Lana Strein - X 30929 Eastern Rd Castalia, IA 52133 563-423-7362 lstrein@acegroup.cc Dist: 1 Co: 33 David & DeAnn Sullivan - S 1614 100th St Oelwein, IA 50662 319-283-2350 dsull813@hotmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 33 Larry A Svendsen - S 29475 Iris Rd Ossian, IA 52161 563-532-9665 Dist: 1 Co: 96 Eldon A Techen - S 4410 260th St Sheldon, IA 51201 712-738-2411 Dist: 4 Co: 60 Larry & Liane Thompson - S 21562 145th St Monona, IA 52159 563-539-2253 Dist : 1 Co: 22 Dale R Thoreson - S 821 Spruce St Allison, IA 50602 319-267-2472 prairierose1@netins.net Dist: 2 Co: 12 Robert Tigner - B PO Box 287 McCook, NE 69001 Dist: 2 Co: 19 Titus Farms Inc - R Box 107 Collins, IA 50055 641-385-2208 Dist: 6 Co: 85 TJR Genetics - S PO Box 65 Farley, IA 52046 563-744-3185 Dist: 8 Co: 31 TJR Genetics, Butz-Hill, Elite Dairy & Don Barry - S 2188 78th St Blairstown, IA 52209 amanda hauck@genosource.com Dist: 8 Co: 6

Matt & Diana Stewart - S 15434 25th St Oelwein, IA 50662 319-283-1337 James R Tompkins - S Dist: 1 Co: 33 1576 I Ave Marengo, IA 52301 Katie Stoll - S 319-642-3507 19988 215th St Dist: 9 Co: 48 Monticello, IA 52310 641-858-6606 Le & Jeanne Tonn - S katie.stoll@hubbardfeeds.com 2079 Gentry Ave Dist: 8 Co: 53 Independence, IA 50644 Dist: 8 Co: 10

Trans Ova Genetics - B John Metzger 2938 380th St Sioux Center, IA 51250 712-441-0766 john.metzger@transova.com Dist: 4 Co: 84 Tri-Vet Associates Inc - B 902 1st St W Farley, IA 52046 563-744-3341 Dist: 8 Co: 31 Chadd E Tuecke - B Box 880 Guttenberg, IA 52052 608-412-3149 Dist: 1 Co: 22 Donald W Vagts - S 102 Lincoln Way West Union, IA 52175 563-422-5046 Dist: 1 Co: 33 Mark S Vagts - S 27304 L Ave West Union, IA 52175 563-422-6160 mjvagts@acrec.com Dist: 1 Co: 33 Valley Ag Inc - B Box 6 New Albin, IA 52160 563-544-4242 Dist: 1 Co: 3 Maurice K Van Note - R 2926 Palo Marsh Road Palo, IA 52324 319-851-4040 Dist: 8 Co: 57 James W Vierhout - S Box 563 Hull, IA 51239 712-439-2932 sdg@hickorytech.com Dist: 4 Co: 84 Rod Visser - S Jos-Asa Dairy 3519 Kiwi Ave Sheldon, IA 51201 712-752-8429 Dist: 4 Co: 71 Norman R Voelker - S 2763 170th Ave Ryan, IA 52330 563-932-2850 nxjvoe@iowatelecom.net Dist: 8 Co: 28 Bill & Shellie Volker - S Shellie Volker - X Brenna Volker - J - 8/31/06 Brielle Volker - J - 8/31/06 Brylie Volker - J - 8/22/00 Brynlee Volker - J - 2/3/03 12686 U Ave Sumner, IA 50674 319-269-4558 Dist: 1 Co: 33 June 2018 Iowa Holstein Herald 19

Nicholas Volker - S 21734 130th St Sumner, IA 50674 Dist: 1 Co: 33 Codey W Waller - S 21302 400th St LaMotte, IA 52054 563-542-5227 Dist: 8 Co: 49 Waukon State Bank - B PO Box 246 Waukon, IA 52172 563-568-3451 Dist: 1 Co: 3

John Westra - S Johnny Westra - J - 7/20/00 Stephanie Westra - J - 11/14/96 3883 Redwing Ave Primghar, IA 51245 712-363-3663 rjwstr@aol.com Dist: 4 Co: 71 Justin Wiebe - S 26979 280th St Bloomfield, IA 52537 641-675-3999 jrwiebe@netins.net Dist: 10 Co: 26

Curvin M Weaver - S 3481 Rampart Ave Osage, IA 50461 641-732-5210 Dist: 2 Co: 66

Mark, Sara & William Wilcox - S 5033 G Ave Marcus, IA 51035 712-229-0679 cornbelt2@netins.net Dist: 4 Co: 18

Philip J Weigel - R 411 4th St SE Dyersville, IA 52040 563-875-8942 Dist: 8 Co: 28

Winken, Inc - S 2644 260th St Fredericksburg, IA 50630 563-237-5989 Dist: 2 Co: 19

Eric Wemark - S Addison Wemark - J - 4/16/05 Bryson Wemark - J - 11/14/08 Carson Wemark - J - 10/1/03 Emerson Wemark - J - 12/20/03 3023 225th St Ridgeway, IA 52165 563-737-2463 wemarkeric@mabeltel.coop Dist:1 Co: 96

Loren & Bruce Woelber - S 3636 250th St George, IA 51237 712-348-2971 Dist: 4 Co: 60

Eugene & Dixie Wenthold - S 1961 325th Ave Dyersville, IA 52040-8712 563-543-2253 Dist: 8 Co: 28 Walter W Wessel - S Judy Wessel - X Staci Wessel - X Stephanie Wessel - X Brent Wessel - S Jason Wessel - S 28547 400th St Greeley, IA 52050 563-856-5805 Dist: 1 Co: 22 West Union Vet Clinic - B 508 W Bradford West Union, IA 52175 563-422-3519 Dist: 1 Co: 33

Chris A Wonderlich - S Nancy Wonderlich - X 727 Hwy 76 Waterville, IA 52170 563-535-7550 Dist: 1 Co: 3 Allan Yearous - S 11557 Hilldale Rd Lancaster, WI 53813 Dist: 1 Co: 33 Chris Zuercher - S Kenslee Zuercher - J - 12/24/15 14392 Hwy 18 Luana, IA 52156 563-920-8480 chriszuercher@hotmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 22 Matt J & Tara Zuercher - S Tara Zuercher - X 12587 Apricot Rd Postville, IA 52162 563-380-0955 mtzuercher@gmail.com Dist: 1 Co: 22

Dear Iowa Holstein Association and Auxiliary, I am honored as well as humbled to have received the Iowa Holstein Association Scholarship and the Iowa Holstein Auxiliary Scholarship. Thank you for considering me and for this generous opportunity. I look forward to attending the University of Minnesota this fall and seeing what is in store for my future. Thanks again, Kaleb Kruse 20 June 2018 Iowa Holstein Herald

Iowa Holstein Association State Picnic Saturday, August 18

San-Dan Holsteins, New Vienna

Mikha, Glen, Dan and Sandy Mormann San-Dan Holsteins is owned and operated by Dan, Sandy, Glen and Mikha Mormann. Mormann’s currently milk 600 cows in a double 14 parallel parlor and average 91#, 4.1% Fat, 3.2 % Protein with a 31,000M rolling herd average. They raise all their own replacements and grow majority of their crops on 800 acres. Over the years they have invested in an intensive embryo transfer program to improve their genetic base to milk the best possible herd. They currently have 250 heifers and cows over 2500 GTPI and 700NM$. With having a strong genetic herd they recently had a bull +2886 GTPI and 1008 NM$ which ranks him in the top 50 of the breed for his age! The milking herd is filled with multiple daughters of the top bulls of the breed including Delta, Rubicon, Josuper, Denver, Draco, Dante, Dion, and Montross.

Open House • 10:30 am - 12:00 pm Lunch • 12:00 pm Committee Meetings • 1:00 pm Board Meeting to follow

Watch your mail later this summer for complete details! Hope to see youthere!

Iowa Holstein Association Board Meeting Minutes President Trent Henkes called the Board of Directors meeting of the Iowa Holstein Association to order at 9:39 a.m. on March 17, 2018 at Gus & Tony’s Townhouse Cafe, West Union, Iowa. All members were present except for Bob Rahe, District 8. Dan Bolin moved to seat Alan Graves for Bob Rahe, seconded by Kevin Fossum. Motion carried. Doug Lyons moved to approve the minutes of the November 4, 2017 meeting and the February 24, 2018 reorganization board as printed, seconded by Carl Mensen. Motion carried. Treasurer Shellie Volker reported a checking account balance of $34,888.64. Katie Stoll moved to approve the Treasurer's report, seconded by Joe Gibbs. Motion carried. Junior - Jeff Hammerand commented that the juniors would be meeting before the sale. Their junior convention went well. They are still needing some more trophy sponsors for the junior state show. The juniors will be running the lunch stand at the sale. Sale - Carl Mensen reported that there will be 47 lots sold with six head selling in absentia and two embryo packages. Things have been going smoothly for the sale. The calf raffle has gone over well and very few tickets remain to be sold. Most likely, all tickets will be sold prior to the drawing. Herald - The June issue will be a Midwest Holsteins edition. Membership - Shellie Volker reported that she is still receiving memberships. She will be sending reminder cards soon to those who have not yet paid for 2018. Program Development and Management - Tom Simon reported that this summer’s state picnic is being discussed with a location and date to be announced later. District 4 will host next

year’s state convention on February 23 at the Wild Rose, Emmetsburg. Approximately 12 people are planning to go on the Central Plains Dairy Expo trip. Instead of renting any vehicles, personal vehicles will be used for the transportation. Hosting another national convention in the future was discussed. Carl Mensen moved that we submit to the national association that Iowa would like to host the 2024 National Convention. Show - Paul Stempfle reported that the State Show will be held in conjunction with the State Fair this year. Randy Blodgett has been hired again to cover the show. Jeff Hammerand moved to approve the committee reports, seconded by Kevin Fossum. Motion carried. National Association - Dennis Devore reported that the Holstein Association has recently launched Holstein Marketplace which will be an affordable classified ad section on a page on the Holstein Association’s website. For more information or to place an ad, contact the national association, Alan or Dennis. They have also have added TriStar AMR which will not be included in Holstein COMPLETE™ at this time, and the records are not eligible for recognition programs. However, this program will allow producers with robotic milking systems who are no longer participating in traditional milk recording programs to have their production information published on official Holstein pedigrees. Katie Stoll moved to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Doug Lyons. Motion carried with adjournment at 10:12 a.m. Respectfully submitted, Paula Smith, Secretary

2018 Iowa Spring Sale & Iowa Holstein Heifer Raffle Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets to the first Iowa Holstein Heifer raffle. Also thank you to the generosity of our donors - Select Sires (Mark Knudtson), Envision, DCS (Pete Knipper), Dr. Justin Helgerson, Farmers Union Coop, Vita Plus (Duane Gibbs), ST Genetics, Trans Ova, Steel Cow and Zoetis. Everyone’s support is greatly appreciated!

And the Winners are. . .

1st Prize ~ Heifer Choice or $2500 Cash - Nathan Arthur (Cash) 2nd Prize ~ $1500 Cash - Craig Corkery 3rd Prize ~ Trans Ova Certificate & $500 Cash - Dann Kime 4th Prize ~ $1000 Cash - Randy Hanson 5th Prize ~ 10 units of Kingboy Semen & $500 Cash - Mark Simon 6th Prize ~ $800 Cash - Alan Kruse 7th Prize ~ 4 Transfers & $250 Cash - Dwight Gibbs 8th Prize ~ Zoetis Basket & $200 Cash - Jess Rediske 9th Prize ~ $500 Certificate from ST Genetics - Cary Bierschenk 10th Prize ~ $400 Certificate from Envision - Rick Reuter 11th Prize ~ Zoetis Basket & $100 Cash - Elizabeth Fossum 12th Prize ~ Steel Cow Canvas Print & $100 Cash - Nate Meyer

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Index to Advertisers

Henkeseen Holsteins......................................24 Holstein USA..................................................23 Iowa State University........................................8 Northeast Iowa Community College.................7 Prairie State/Select Sires..................................2

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Herd Averages: Month/RHA or DHIR Lactation Average No records over 365 days & No M.E.'s Due to uncertainties in the mail, the Herald cannot assume responsibility for prior delivery of issue carrying advertising of sales scheduled for less than 21 days after our issue date. The Executive Committee and the editor have discretion on all material printed in the Herald. Any member not paying a Herald advertising bill within 120 days from the billing date will not participate in Association activities until such bill is paid.

Home of Terrick Holsteins Terry & Kelly Eick 1105 Ivory Ave. • Plainfield, IA 50666 Phone: 319-275-4719 Fax: 319-275-4501 Email: terrick@butler-bremer.com

Katie Stoll Account Manager

Hubbard Feeds Ridley USA Inc. 119988 215th St. • Monticello, IA 52310 Cell: 641-858-6606 Email: katie.stoll@hubbardfeeds.com www.ridleyinc.com • www.hubbardfeeds.com


Thomas P. Sullivan, 83 years old of rural Independence, died Monday, April 23, 2018, at his home. Funeral services were held on Saturday, April 28, 2018, at the American Lutheran Church, Jesup. Thomas Patrick Sullivan was born September 25, 1934, at Truro, Iowa, the son of Harold Sullivan and Viola (Treat) Sullivan. He graduated from high school at Mediapolis, Iowa with the class of 1953, and then Iowa State University. On June 3, 1956, he was united in marriage to Mary Jo Peterson in Mediapolis. He worked as a Dairy Herdsman and Dairy supervisor in Benton County, Iowa, until they moved to a farm west of Independence in 1963, where he became engaged in crop and dairy farming. He was a member of the National and Iowa Holstein Associations, Dairy Herd Improvement Association, and an official delegate through AMPI. Tom also served on various church boards. He is survived by his wife Mary of rural Independence; three sons, Steve Sullivan of Oelwein, IA, Richard Sullivan of Abbotsford, Wisconsin, David Sullivan of Oelwein; 7 grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren and one brother, Joseph (Melanie) Sullivan of West Burlington, IA. His parents; one granddaughter, Andrea Sullivan; one grandson, Bryan Sullivan; and five brothers, three in infancy along with Delbert Sullivan and Leland Sullivan; preceded him in death.

Lands-Brook Farms "The Landsgards" 18239 Gunder Rd. • St. Olaf, IA 52072 Fax: 563-864-3338 • lansgard@neitel.net Larry Landsgard 17518 Gunder Rd • Postville, IA 52162 Larry’s Cell: 563-419-5576


HOLSTEINS milk strong

live long

Mike & Kathleen Scott Family 12402 R Ave • Westgate, IA 50681 scottmore@netins.net 563.920.4005 • 563.637.2386 22 June 2018 Iowa Holstein Herald

2018 Iowa State Holstein Sale

It was a beautiful spring day in West Union with a standing room only crowd with 51 head averaging $2,147 at the Iowa State Holstein Sale. Topping the sale at $4,600 was a +2810 GTPI December ‘17 Eldorado daughter out of Peak Exotic Dancer-ET consigned by Peak Genetics and was purchased by James Faria, Dumas, TX. A complete list of buyers is available at iowaholsteins.org. Thanks to our consignors, buyers and especially thank you to our sale co-chairs Carl Mensen and Kyle Demmer for putting together a very successful and profitable sale! Jason Faria, Dumas, TX Peak Dancer Eldrdo 61153-ET (12-17)...$4,600 Sire - DG Albero Eldorado Peak Genetics, Watertown, WI Simple Dreams Genetics, Hull, IA Peak Rkstr Imax 80817-ET (11-17).........$4,200 Sire - Silverridge V Imax-ET Peak Genetics, Watertown, WI Shawn & Levi Banowetz, Kailey Barlow & Marshall Driscoll, Charlotte, IA Apple-Pts Armilla-ET (9-17).....................$4,000 Sire - Farnear-BH 1st Grade-ET Apple Partners, LLC, Lanark, IL Jason Lamoreax/Bovine Genomic, Belding, MI Triplecrown Delta 26-ET (1-15)...............$3,750 Sire - Mr Mogul Delta 1427-ET Progenesis LP, Guelph, ON, Canada Jan Jelsma & Joel J Sloan, Mabel, MN Regan-Danhof P Cayla-ET (12-17).........$3,500 Sire - S-S-I Modesty Pinnacle-ET Regancrest & Jason & Sheri Danhof, Waukon Jake Fitzpatrick, Greeley, IA Progenesis Supershot Kassidy-ET (4-15).................................$3,200 Sire - Cogent Supershot Progenesis LP, Guelph, ON, Canada Steve Wright, Fountain, MN Farnear Modesty Nakima-ET (9-17)........$3,150 Sire - Bacon-Hill Pety Modesty-ET Rick & Tom Simon, Farley, IA Allison Lethbridge, Kemptville, ON Golden-Oaks Byway Chiera-ET (9-17)....$3,000 Sire - Oh-River-Syc Byway-ET Golden Oaks Farm, Wauconda, IL Codey Waller, Lamotte, IA Welcome Yoder Call-ET (12-14)..............$2,800 Sire - Woodcrest Mogul Yoder-ET Progenesis LP, Guelph, ON, Canada




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On the Red, White and Roan Front...

Innisfail St Stella 329-EXP

• 1st place 5 Year Old and Reserve Grand Champion at the Midwest Spring Milking Shorthorn Show • Scored EX 90 EX-90 MS (max score) for second lactation. • Calved with her third calf, a Conrad heifer, in March and has had 2 tests over 100#. She’s holding her own against the Black and Whites!!

Breeding Bulls Available

State Spring Tour

Henkeseen S Heartbreaker EX 93-2E

Thanks to Dave and Cody Chapman for hosting the Iowa Holstein Breeders who were on their way to the Central Plains Dairy Expo. We really enjoyed the tour of the farm and cows.

5-10 365 34631 2.8 968 3.0 1032 Sanchez x EX92 Dur Harley x EX94 Hillary x EX94 Marci Heartbreaker has Dempsey bulls born in September that are available!

Breeding Bulls and Cows for sale at all times! ~ Both Red & White and Black & White! 12/17 Classification 110.8% 23 EX 26 VG 7 GP

Trent Henkes Family Phone: 563-783-2479

tlhenkes@neitel.net 18467 165th St, Luana, IA 52156

2-03 365 32440 5.0 1609 3.4 1107 3-11 289 34239 4.9 1736 3.3 1098 4-10 87 12229 4.4 542 3.3 398 McCutchen x Aria EX 92 x Apple-Red 3E-96

Tom Simon 563.599.9183 | Rick Simon 563.744.3541 Mark Simon 563.542.1297 | Bill Rauen 563.607.0694 10476 Cemetery Rd | Farley, IA 52046 | farnear@hotmail.com 2018 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION - 27

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