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Visitor Information

Toll-Free: 1-888-AGRI-VIEW Madison Phone: 608-250-4162 Madison Fax: 608-250-4155 agriview@madison.com www.agriview.com

World Dairy Expo 2019 is held Oct. 1-5 at the Alliant Energy Center, 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way, Madison, Wisconsin.

Group Publisher Lee Agri-Media Matt Meyers

Admission is $12 daily for ages 12 and older, or $35 for the season. Admission includes free parking.

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A lost and found is located at the Expo Office on the top floor of the Coliseum or call 608224-6455.

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Visit www.worlddairyexpo.com for more information.

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Locations

(AR) = Arena Building (C) = Coliseum (EH) = Exhibition Hall (SP) = Estrumate Sale Pavilion (P1) = New Holland Pavilion 1

Lynn Grooms 608-982-6165 lgrooms@madison.com

Advertising

Show hours

Sales Manager

Commercial Exhibits and Trade Show open … 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday Mycogen Seeds Attendee Learning Lounge (P1) ... open during trade-show huors Expo Family Lounge (EH) ... open during tradeshow hours Purple Cow Gift Shop (EH) ... 3-7 p.m. Monday, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday

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INSIDE

Show schedule

Virtual Farm Tours

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Exhibitor List 

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Exhibition Hall map 

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World Dairy Expo Grounds map 

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Outdoor Trade Mall map 

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Arena Building map 

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New Holland Trade Center map 

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Coliseum Main Concourse map 

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Coliseum Arena Level map 

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Sunday Sept. 29 10 a.m. World Dairy Expo Fitting Contest (SP) 4:30 p.m. International Post-Secondary Dairy Cattle Judging Contest-Practical

Monday Sept. 30 National 4-H, 8 a.m.

2 p.m.

National Intercollegiate & International Post-Secondary Dairy Cattle Judging Contests (C) Showmanship Judges Clinic (C)

7 p.m.

National Intercollegiate and

International Post- Secondary Dairy Cattle Judging Banquet (EH)

11 a.m. Expo Seminar (EH) Noon Virtual Farm Tour (EH) Noon Public Meeting — ADC Milk Minute (EH) Tuesday Oct. 1 1 p.m. Expo Seminar (EH) 7:15 a.m. International Junior Holstein 1:30 p.m. International Guernsey Show Show (C) — heifers (C) 7:30 a.m. International Ayrshire Show (C) 1:30 p.m. International Red & White Show 8 a.m. FFA Judging Events (SP, EH and — heifers (C) Sheraton Madison Hotel) 1:30 p.m. Dairy Forage Seminar (AR) Knowledge Nook Session (EH) 8:30 a.m. Public Meeting — Genetics of Dairy 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m. Virtual Farm Tour (EH) Feed Efficiency (EH) 2 p.m. World Premier Brown Swiss 9-11 a.m. FFA Seminars (EH) Sale (SP) 11:30 a.m. FFA Keynote Speaker (EH) 3 p.m. Public Meeting — South Dakota 11:30 a.m., State University Reception (EH) 12:30 p.m. Knowledge Nook Sessions (EH) 4:30 p.m. Public Meeting — NAMA Reception (EH) 1 p.m. Expo Seminar (EH) 4:30 p.m. Public Meeting — UW-Platteville (EH) 1:30 p.m. Knowledge Nook Session (EH) 5:30 p.m. National Dairy Shrine Reception 2 p.m. Virtual Farm Tour (EH) and Banquet (EH) 3 p.m. International Jersey Show 6 p.m. World Dairy Expo Youth — heifers (C) Showmanship Competition (C) 3 p.m. International Milking Shorthorn Show — heifers (C) Friday Oct. 4 7:30 a.m. International Red & White Show Wednesday Oct. 2 — cows and groups (C) 7:30 a.m. International Jersey Show 7:30 a.m. International Guernsey Show — cows and groups (C) — cows and groups (C) 9:30 a.m. Knowledge Nook Session (EH) 9 a.m. Future of Dairy Exports (EH) 10 a.m. Dairy Forage Seminar (AR) 9:30 a.m. Knowledge Nook Session (EH) 10:30 a.m. Knowledge Nook Session (EH) 10 a.m. Dairy Forage Seminar (AR) 11 a.m. Mycogen Seeds Forage Analysis 11 a.m. Expo Seminar (EH) Superbowl Luncheon (EH) 11 a.m. Public Meeting — Sharing Wisdom 11 a.m. Expo Seminar (EH) Education (EH) 11:30 a.m. Knowledge Nook Session (EH) 11:30 a.m. Knowledge Nook Session (EH) Noon Virtual Farm Tour (EH) Noon International Holstein Show 12:30 p.m. International Milking Shorthorn — heifers (C) Show — cows and groups (C) Noon Virtual Farm Tour (EH) 12:30 p.m. Knowledge Nook Session (EH) 12:30 p.m. Knowledge Nook Session (EH) 1 p.m. Expo Seminar (EH) 1 p.m. Expo Seminar (EH) 1:30 p.m. Dairy Forage Seminar (AR) 1:30 p.m. Dairy Forage Seminar (AR) 1:30 p.m. Knowledge Nook Session (EH) 1:30 p.m. Knowledge Nook Session (EH) 2 p.m. International Brown Swiss Show 2 p.m. Virtual Farm Tour (EH) — heifers (C) 5 p.m. International Reception (EH) 2 p.m. Virtual Farm Tour (EH) 5 p.m. Public Meeting — UW-River Falls 4 p.m. Top of the World Jersey Sale (SP) Reception (EH) 4 p.m. Public Meeting — UW-Madison 7 p.m. World Classic 2019 Holstein Sale Reception (EH) Saturday Oct. 5 5 p.m. WDE Welcome Reception (EH) International Holstein Show 7 p.m. Dinner with the Stars Banquet (EH) 8 a.m. — cows and groups (C) 7:30 p.m. World Ayrshire Event Sale (SP) 9:30 a.m. Knowledge Nook Session (EH) Thursday Oct. 3 10 a.m. Dairy Forage Seminar (AR) 7:30 a.m. International Brown Swiss 11 a.m. Expo Seminar (EH) Show — cows and groups (C) Noon Virtual Farm Tour (EH) 8 a.m. Public Meeting — UW-River Falls (EH) 4 p.m. Parade of Champions and Selection 10 a.m. Dairy Forage Seminar (AR) of 2019 Supreme Champions (C) 10:30 a.m. Knowledge Nook Session (EH) 5:30 p.m. World Dairy Expo 2019 closes

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Dairy family works together

STRIVES INDIVIDUALLY LYNN GROOMS

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DARLINGTON, Wis. – Working together and striving for individual excellence aren’t mutually exclusive at Redrock View Farms. The Carpenter family aims to do both to carry the Darlington-area dairy farm into the future. The family farm was established in 1978 by Jerry and Marilyn Carpenter. Their son and daughter-in-law, Steve and Lisa Carpenter, purchased the farm in 1995. Now the third generation of Carpenters is poised to take the farm into the future. Steve Carpenter remains actively involved in the farming operation, but is working on a transition plan. “We plan to have something in place that will be fair to everyone,” he said. Steve and Lisa Carpenters’ two eldest sons – Cody, 30, and Colton, 28 – are actively involved in the farming operation. The couple’s third son – Carson, 24 – has an off-farm job repairing and selling equipment. But he often helps with fieldwork and equipment repairs on the family farm. Steve and Lisa Carpenters’ daughter – Cora, 20 – is in her junior year studying agricultural communications at Iowa State University. Steve Carpenter has been interviewing attorneys to help prepare the business-transition plan. But he hasn’t found the right one yet, he said. Careful consideration is one of his traits, said Brian Reilly, who has worked with Carpenter for more than 20 years. “Steve has a calm demeanor, and listens to all the pros and cons before making a decision,” said Reilly, a dairy nutritionist for Premier Cooperative of Mineral Point, Wisconsin. That careful deliberation has served Redrock View Farms well, Reilly said. The 600cow herd averages 100 pounds of milk per cow per day with a somatic-cell count of less than 100,000. The farm’s rolling herd average is 30,000 pounds. On the crop side the Carpenters average between 180 and 200 bushels of corn per acre, depending on the field. Their corn-silage yields average 25 to 30 tons per acre. And they produce about 7 tons of dry matter per acre for haylage.

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Farming is a family affair for the Carpenter family. They farm near Darlington, Wisconsin. From left are Cody, Carrie Jo, Cora, Lisa, Steve, Carson and Colton Carpenter. Reilly attributes the farm’s performance in part to Carpenter’s management style. “He’s an exceptional manager of people,” Reilly said. “While he monitors job performance he lets people do their job. He doesn’t micromanage.” Managing people didn’t come naturally, Carpenter said. In addition to the family there are eight full-time employees at Redrock View Farms. “One of my biggest challenges was going from managing cows to managing people,” he said. “The next challenge was learning how to manage family.” One of the keys was to give them an opportunity to shine in their own areas of re-

sponsibility, he said. Cody Carpenter earned a degree in dairy science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and worked for Accelerated Genetics before returning to the farm. He has assumed responsibility for the cows. Colton Carpenter earned a degree in animal science from UW-Platteville and manages the farm’s heifers as well as the cropping operation. Steve Carpenter manages the business as well as a custom-chopping business. Lisa Carpenter works off the farm as office manager for the UW-Division of Extension in Lafayette County. The family farms about 1,500 acres of alfalfa and corn. Most of the crops they grow

are fed to the cattle. Between the milk cows, heifers and dry cows, the Carpenters manage about 1,500 cattle. Dr. B.J. Jones is a veterinarian at Center Hill Veterinary Clinic in Darlington. He has worked with Steve Carpenter for more than 20 years and has observed how the family business has grown. “The Carpenters are good communicators,” Jones said. “They let each other know what they want. And I’ve been impressed by how Cody communicates with employees. He’s in tune with them on both a business and personal level.” Cody Carpenter has learned to speak Spanish. And employees are treated like family,


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The Carpenter family provides customchopping services in addition to chopping its own corn for silage. Steve Carpenter said. That has helped the farm retain employees. One employee has worked at the farm for about 15 years. The last “new” employee was hired three years ago. Phil Monson is a dairy specialist at AgriKing. He became acquainted with Cody Carpenter when they were fraternity brothers in Alpha Gamma Rho at UW-Madison. Monson provides forage-treatment recommendations to the Carpenters. He attributes the farm’s strength in part to Steve Carpenter’s openness to incorporating new technologies that his sons suggest. Cow-activity sensors and total mixed rations are just a couple of examples. “Steve makes the ultimate decisions, but lets his sons run their areas,” Monson said. “And I’m impressed by how the brothers work together without stepping on each other’s toes.” To weather the dairy industry’s poor economic climate the family has worked together to manage expenses by chopping and feeding more of their own forages. They do more of their own equipment repairs. And

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full capacity.” The business decisions are helping to ease some economic concerns. They also can help make business more sustainable for the next generation of farmers at Redrock View Farms ... and beyond. Visit www.facebook.com/redrockviewfarms and decaturdairy.com for more information. Lynn Grooms writes about the diversity of agriculture, including the industry’s newest ideas, research and technologies as a staff reporter for Agri-View based in Wisconsin.

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Two employees at Redrock View Farms milk cows in a parlor featuring a double-12 DeLaval system.

The Kieler Farms virtual farm tour will be held at 2 p.m. Oct. 1 at World Dairy Expo, sponsored by GEA.

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Cody Carpenter, left, has introduced new technologies such as cow-monitoring systems to Redrock View Farms. The system collects and analyzes data from activity to rumination on each individual cow. The sensors can help detect heat and potential health problems. Carpenter and his father, Steve Carpenter, right, have focused on improving their dairy genetics program through careful selection of bulls as well as embryo transfer. The lineage of Redrock View Farms’ current pool of elite genetics may be traced to the Kamps-Hollow Durham Altitude Holstein family of cows.

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Steve Carpenter, seated, and his son Cody Carpenter review a financial report. They play close attention to expenses; they have reduced costs by chopping and feeding more of their own forages.

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Redrock View Farms is situated in the rolling hills south of Darlington, Wisconsin.

World Dairy Expo Virtual Farm Tours have brought the best dairy operations in North America to Madison for more than 15 years. The eight dairies to be featured during this year excel in a variety of farm aspects including genetics, technology, community engagement, environmental stewardship, cow comfort and multi-generations. They represent a wide variety of sizes, locations and breeds. Virtual Farm Tours are presented daily during World Dairy Expo in Mendota Room 1 of the Exhibition Hall. They are led by the farm’s owner or manager with time for questions and an open discussion to follow. The Kieler Farms virtual farm tour will be held at 2 p.m. Oct. 1 at World Dairy Expo, sponsored by GEA. Kieler Farms Inc. of Platteville, Wisconsin, is home to 1,800 milking cows and specializes in labor efficiency. For 72 years the Kieler family has focused on caring for their land, animals and employees. Kieler Farms utilizes a new 50-stall GEA rotary parlor equipped with FutureCow automated teat prep and Apollo post-dipping systems to efficiently milk the herd. The new parlor technology has allowed the Kielers to keep the same number of em-

ployees while tripling the herd size to 1,800 cows. Primarily consisting of Holsteins with a few Brown Swiss and Red & White cattle, the herd maintains a 91-pound daily milk-production average with 3.65 percent fat and 3.05 percent protein along with 95,000 somatic-cell count. The farm features a cross-ventilated freestall barn for the milking herd. There is a combination of individual hutches, group housing and freestall facilities to care for heifers. Kieler Farms is owned and operated by nine members of the Kieler Family and includes 3,500 acres of farm land. The Kielers are committed to the success of their community through involvement with local FFA chapters and town boards, the Platteville Chamber Ag Tourism Committee, Grant County Dairy Promoters, Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin and the Premier Co-op Board of Directors. The farm has been awarded an honorary chapter degree from Platteville FFA, the 2017 Business Asphalt Award for advancing innovation in asphalt pavements and the Arthur J. Virtue Award for outstanding contributions in the field of agriculture.


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The Moo-Riah Dairy virtual farm tour will be held at noon Oct. 2 at World Dairy Expo, sponsored by Quality Liquid Feeds. Moo-Riah Dairy of Melba, Idaho, was founded in 1999. It was built by Bert and Trina De Winkle and their six children; Rudi and Anne-Marije De Winkle as well as Justin and Siska Reece are still involved. The dairy is home to a 1,250 Jersey milking-cow herd. Moo-Riah Dairy maintains a 55-pound-per-day actual tank average with 5.25 percent fat and 3.9 percent protein due to a focus on feeding strategies and efficiencies. Rudi De Winkle is the nutritionist. The cows are milked in a double-20 parallel parlor equipped with Afimilk meters, sort gates and pedometers for all cows. To manage their manure the farm utilizes a separation pit, settling ponds, two lagoons, two mechanical separators and two composting facilities. Moo-Riah Dairy consists of 360 acres of corn, triticale and alfalfa managed by Bert and Justin De Winkle. The family is involved with their communities and the dairy industry. Bert De Winkle volunteers with “Love in the Name of Christ.” Trina De Winkle has served on the Dairy Farmers of America Board and currently volunteers with Love Inc. as well as serves on the board of Arrow Homeschool Co-op. Rudi De Winkle is an FFA and 4-H volunteer as well as

The Aurora Ridge Dairy virtual farm tour will be held at 2 p.m. Oct. 2 at World Dairy Expo, sponsored by Semex. The Moo-Riah Dairy virtual farm tour will be held at noon Oct. 2 at World Dairy Expo, sponsored by Quality Liquid Feeds. board chair of Grace Bible Church and Love Inc. He also serves on the IDEAL Board for Idaho Dairymen’s Association. Siska De Winkle is a graduate of Leadership Idaho Agriculture, an ambassador for Dairy West and cofounder-board chair of Arrow Homeschool Co-op. Justin and Siska De Winkle say they plan to promote the dairy industry with their four boys through an agri-tourism program focusing on showcasing dairy products, animal welfare, environmental stewardship and commitment to safe milk. The Aurora Ridge Dairy virtual farm

tour will be held at 2 p.m. Oct. 2 at World Dairy Expo, sponsored by Semex. Aurora Ridge Dairy of Aurora, New York, is home to a milking herd of 2,075 Registered Holsteins that are milked three times each day in a double-28 herringbone parlor equipped with Afimilk. The farm began in 1985 with 65 cows and 35 heifers. Through continuous internal growth and construction of new facilities that include multiple six-row freestall barns, the herd has grown to its current size. The milking herd at Aurora Ridge Dairy maintains a 30,065-pound rolling herd average with 3.9 percent fat and 3.1 percent protein. The dairy uses separated solids from the methane digester for milking-cow, dry-cow

and young-stock bedding. The farm maintains a somatic-cell count between 110,000 and 140,000. The methane digester produces 600 kilowatts of power per hour, supplying 100 percent of the farm’s needs. The entire herd at Aurora Ridge Dairy is genomic-tested with the results determining the breeding program for each animal. The farm’s genetic plan includes in-vitro fertilization, embryo transfer, sexed semen, beef semen and conventional breeding. Genetics from the herd are exported to Japan, Germany and Canada. They can also be found in artificial-insemination stud-company programs. The farm has been awarded a Progressive Genetics Herd Award from Holstein USA. Dairy Herd Manager Dave Harvatine was recognized as a 2018 Holstein USA Distinguished Young Holstein Breeder. The farm is involved in the community and in dairy organizations. It participates in research conducted by Cornell University. Aurora Ridge Dairy is owned by partners Bill Cook, Jason Burroughs, Dave Harvatine and Dan Westfall. The Albright Jerseys virtual farm tour will be held at noon Oct. 3 at World Dairy Expo, sponsored by the American Jersey Cattle Association. Fred and Becky Albright and their son Joel Please see TOURS, Page 8

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embrace new technology to remain profitable at Albright Jerseys LLC of Willard, Ohio. Founded in 1947 by Fred Albright’s father, Allen Albright, the farm transitioned from a stanchion barn to a double-four parlor in the 1970s, to an expanded parlor in the early 2000s to nine Lely A4 robots in 2018. During the most recent changes Albright Jerseys increased the herd size from 340 to 650 cows internally in just six years. The breeding philosophy of the commercial dairy is for profitable cows based on production and health traits. That’s accomplished using genomic young sires in the best-50 percent of the herd, with the rest receiving beef semen. The success of that practice at Albright Jerseys is seen in the rolling herd average of 20,443 pounds of milk with 4.6 percent fat and 3.7 percent protein. The dairy has best-ranking Jersey Performance Index cows, numerous awards for milk production in Ohio and the United States, and recognition in 2016 as the American Jersey Cattle Association’s Young Jersey Breeder. Prior to the 2018 robot installation, Joel Albright was working full-time at the dairy and full-time as a vocational-agriculture teacher

The Albright Jerseys virtual farm tour will be held at noon Oct. 3 at World Dairy Expo, sponsored by the American Jersey Cattle Association. for 17 years. During that time he was extremely dedicated to his Crestview FFA chapter along with the Ohio FFA Association. Once the robots were installed he made the decision to focus on the profitability of the dairy and utilizing technology to improve the quality of life for all involved with the operation. The Richland Dairy virtual farm tour will be held at 2 p.m. Oct. 3 at World Dairy Expo, sponsored by Lely. Richland Dairy LLC of Kenyon, Minnesota, is operated by Alan and Sharon Meyer

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The Richland Dairy virtual farm tour will be held at 2 p.m. Oct. 3 at World Dairy Expo, sponsored by Lely. and their son and daughter-in-law Andy and Samantha Meyer and family. They were early adapters of automatic milking systems, installing their first-two Lely A3 Next Automatic Milking Systems in 2010. But tragedy struck when a tornado in September 2018 destroyed several buildings on the dairy, including the robot room and freestall barn. They had a minimal number of animals that were lost but difficult decisions needed to be made. With a desire to continue dairy farming and providing that way of life for their families, the Meyers opted to install two Lely A5 robots.

They were back milking a short three-and-ahalf months later. The robots have granted the Meyers an enhanced work-life balance while running almost 700 acres of owned and rented land. Crops grown include corn, soybeans, alfalfa and small grains. The 115-cow milking herd boasts a 28,500-pound rolling herd average with components of 3.9 percent fat and 3.1 percent protein. Maintaining and enhancing the land for future generations is important to the Meyers, as recognized by the 28 basins throughout their acreage to reduce soil loss. In addition they recently started using cover crops and a no-till management program to further reduce their impact on the land. The Ratliff Jerseys virtual farm tour will be held at noon Oct. 4 at World Dairy Expo, sponsored by the Kansas Department of Agriculture. Ratliff Jerseys of Garnett, Kansas, is known around the world for its Jersey-cattle genetics. The team at Ratliff Jerseys is Christy and Ron Ratliff along with her brother Mike Kennedy. For the past two decades they have been breeding show-winning cattle in the heart of Kansas. Currently cared for in a pack barn with a robotic feed pusher, the 55-cow herd is milked in a double-four herringbone parlor Please see TOURS, Page 21

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AL 121, 122

Arntjen Germany GmbH

AMTS

MC 16, 17

ANIMART

EH 2815-2918

ARM & HAMMER

EH 4216, 4217

AXCE

MC 45

Acme Engineering & Manufacturing Corp.

EH 1505-1507

FILE PHOTO

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Alforex Seeds

EH 3403

Algonite

Agri-View

Advanced Animal Diagnostics

EH 2405

AgriBuckle

AL 174

Allflex Livestock Intelligence

AgriFinancial

AR 452

Allflex USA Inc.

AgriSteel USA

EH 2006-2107B

Afimilk

EH 3601-3702

Ag Tech Security Ag-Bag

AR 486 AL 182

EH 2601-2702; TM 664, 665

AgSource Cooperative Services AgVet Associates LLC

EH 4515 EH 3511-3513

Agpro Inc.

EH 1813, 1814

AgrAbility of Wisconsin

EH 6209

Agrarian Solutions

EH 4001-4103

Agri Feed International LLC

AL 163

Agri-Comfort

EH 5015-5017

Agri-King Inc.

MC 47-50, EB 07, 08

Agri-Placement Services Inc.

EH 6004

Agri-Plastics Mfg. TC 906-936; EH 5015-5017 Agri-Pro Enterprises of Iowa

EH 3913

EH 6210 AL 141, 142 EH 2017-2318

Artex Manufacturing

TM 684

Artwork by APJ

MC 77

Aspen

EH 3713-3715

Associated Milk Producers Inc. Agri-Trac Inc.

EH 6001

Advanced Preservative Systems LLC

MC 67

Artex Barn Solutions Ltd.

Activon Inc.

Advanced Comfort Technology Inc. EH  1713-1716; IL 313

IL 351, 352

AgriTech Analytics

MC 32

Agriclé Inc.

TC 872-898

Agricow Srl.

AR 474, 475

Agricultural Engineering Associates Agriprom

TM Q AR 424

EH 1911, 1912 AL 106, 107 EH 3608-3709 EH 4511-4513

Alliance Tire Group Alltech

AL 119 EH 3201-3306

Ambic Equipment Limited

EH 1311-1314

Amelicor

EH 4205

American Agco Trading Company American Dairy Coalition

AR 498

EH 2615, 2616

EH 4407

AutoVent LLC

TC 807-836

Ayrshire Breeders Association

MC 78, 79

BMO Harris Bank

EH 4422

Bag Man LLC

AR 414-418

Balchem Corp.

EH 1804-1806

Barclay Truck Rebuilding and Manufacturing LLC

TC 817

Bauer North America

EH 1115-1118

Bavarian Fleckvieh Genetics

AL 103

Bayer Animal Health

EH 4004, 4005

AgroChem Inc.

EH 6002, 6003

American Dairy Goat Association

MC 10

Bayer Crop Science

EH 4006, 4007

AgroVantage System

EH 4207, 4208

American Dairy Science Association

AL 178

Bayland Buildings Inc.

EH 2006-2107B

Agromatic

EH 2011-2116

American Dairymen

Agrotech USA

AR 487, 488

American Farm Bureau Insurance Services Inc.

Ajinomoto Animal Nutrition North America Inc. AktivPULS GmbH Al’s Concrete Products Albers Dairy Equipment 

AL 134 EH 3916 AR 492

EH 2705, 2706; TM 690-692; IL 319

EH 1305 AR 444

Beacon Automation Pty Ltd.

TC 916

Beco Dairy Automation Inc.

EH 1601-1702

BeefTrader.com

TC 902

American Farm Rubber LLC

AL 198

Bender Machine Works Inc.

American Guernsey Association

AL 195

Best Footing Concrete Grooving

American Jersey Cattle Association

AL 101, 102

American Milking Shorthorn Society

MC 84

Bio-Vet Inc.

EH 3407 MC 46 EH 1503, 1504

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Exhibitors

TM 678, 679

Canadian Livestock Genetics Association

From Page 10

IL 356

BioControl North America Inc.

AL 207

Canarm Ltd.

EH 1903-1906

BioZyme Incorporated

TC 882

Cargill Animal Nutrition

EH 3401-3502

Bioret Agri

EH 6107-6208

Carmel Group Inc.

TC 855

Cowsmopolitan Dairy Magazine

AL 192, 193

Crane Pumps & Systems

TM 754, 755

TC 867

Crystal Creek Inc.

TC 893

Dane County Pork Producers

TM 784

Cumberland Valley Analytical Services

AR 511

Datamars Inc. DeLaval Inc.

DariTech Inc.

EH 4428

Custom Safety Groovers

AL 138

Bird Gard LLC

AR 447

Cary Sign

EH 4432

Cybil Fisher Photography

TM AAA

Blackhawk Technical College

MC 38tt

Cattle Care

TC 884

EH 3511-3513

Centerplate

Food concessions

Boerger LLC

TM Q

Bonnie Mohr Studio

MC WL 02, 03

Boomerang Dairy Sand Bedding Systems BouMatic

AR 410-413

EH 3801-3909, 3703, 3704

BouMatic Robotics EH 3801-3909, 3703, 3704 BoviSync

TC 903

Bovine Boutique

EH 4501-4503

Bovine Frequency Products LLC

AL 148

Bovine Innovations Group

AL 211

Boviteq

AL 216

Brickl Bros. Inc.

EH 1608

Britespan Building Systems Inc.

EH 4301, 4302

Britz Networks Sdn Bhd

MC 60

Brown Bear Corporation

AR 455

Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders Association

AL 189

Burrows Enterprises

EH S07, S08

Byler Industrial Tool & Supply Byron Seed LLC CLAAS of America CRV

TC 869 AR 433, 434 EH 2603, 2604 AL 105

Central Life Sciences

AL 170-172

CalfStart LLC

EH 1211-1214

Cambridge Technologies

AL 220

EH 1713-1716; IL 313

Destron Fearing

EH 4511-4513

EH 3914

Chr. Hansen

AR 437, 438

DSM Nutritional Products Inc.

EH 3915

Diamond V

Citura

TC 830, 831

DVO Inc.

EH 4206

Dick Meyer Company Inc.

EH 3411, 3412

DaSilveira Southwest Inc.

AR 515

Diesel Forward

AL 194

Digested Organics LLC

Clipper Parts & Repair

MC 87

Dairy Agenda Today

CoPulsation Milking System

MC 65

Dairy Applications BV

EH 4431

Dairy Beef Quality Assurance

EH 4508

Coburn Company Inc. 

EH 2801-2905, 2703, 2704; TC 825, 826

Coffee Wagon

TM R

Cogent Breeding Limited

AL 156-158

ColoQuick

AL 170-172

Comfort Hoof Care

AL 109-111; 184-186B

Comfort Slat Mat Ltd.

TC 818, 819

Comstock Creamery LLC

EH 6110

Conewango Products Corp.

EH 1107

Conklin Company Inc.

EH 4207, 4208

Connecterra-Ida

TC 802

Connor Agriscience

AR 490, 491

Consumer Physics

AR 457

Continental Plastic Corporation

MC 88, 89

Contree Sprayers and Equipment Cordex North America

AR 517 EH 4515.5 MC 09

EH 4105, 4106

Cottonseed LLC

EH 4107

Country Silver and Gifts

EH 4429

CowManager Cowhouse International

EH 4001-4103 TC 847, 848

Dairy Business Association

EH 6211

Dairy Calf and Heifer Association

MC 83tt

Dairy Farmers of America

EH 4506, 4507

Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin

EH 6304-6307

Dairy Girl Network

MC 31tt

Dairy Grazing Apprenticeship

TC 843

Dairy Health Products

TC 938

Dairy Herd Management

EH 2505, 2506

Dairy Lane Systems Ltd.

TC 940

Dairy Management Inc.

EH 4320-4322

Dairy One

MC 16, 17

Dairy Records Management Systems

MC 37, 38

Dairy Star

MC 33

Dairy Tech Inc.

EH 1211-1214

Dinamica Generale US Inc.

TC 915 AR 443 EH 5005, 5006 TM 720, 721 EH 1604

Dr. Register & Associates Inc.

MC 34, 35

Dymax Inc.

MC 51

Dynamint Udder Cream

EH 4013

E-Zee Milking Equipment LLC

EH 2811-2913

EASYFIX

EH 1817-1918

EBJ Livestock Market Inc.

TC 902

EBY

TM 646, 647

ELMEGA

AL 201

EPISURG Group of Industries

AL 129

EZ PVC LLC

TC 821

EZid Livestock ID

AL 130

Easy Boss E

TC 845

TC 883

Ecolab Ecosyl Products Inc.

EH 4219 EH 2717, 2718 EH 4203, 4204

Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative AL 109-111; 184-186B EH 4104

AL 113 EH 2406

Drench-Mate

DairyLighting.com LLC

Dairyland Laboratories

EH 2416

Double S Liquid Feed Services Inc.

EcoPlanet Environmental LLC

Dairyland Hoof Care Institute Inc.

EH 3616-3718

Dodgeland Ag-Systems Inc.

TC 823 MC 41

AR 470, 471

Doda USA Inc.

DairyLand Structures LLC DairyRealty.com

AL 150 EH 1813, 1814

DSM Food Specialties USA Inc.

Clarifly Larvicide

EH 3011-3315

Delta Livestock Construction

EH 4006, 4007

Channel Seed

Cotton Incorporated

CalfHero.com

DCC Waterbeds

EH 2401-2403

Dejno’s Shavings & Pellets

Development Resources of Iowa Inc.

Calf-Star

EH 2008-2309

EH 1613, 1614 EH 4308

Cotran Corporation

Calf-Tel

DBC Ag Products

AR 421-423; TC 813-841

DPI Global

Calf Blankets by Udder Tech Inc. AR 500-504 EH 1411-1514; TM 725

EH 3411, 3412

AR 466

Dane County Land Conservation

Carol’s Original Works

EH 2806-2909

Dairypower Equipment

TC 883

AL 199

Boehringer Ingelheim

EH 2111B-2312

Creva Agri International Ltd.

Biorigin

Bock’s Identi Company

Dairymaster USA Inc.

Edney Distributing Co. Inc. Eisenmann Corporation

EH 6211 TM 700-702 MC 24


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WORLD DAIRY EXPO 2019 EXHIBITORS CONTINUED Eisentraut AG Services Elanco Animal Health

TM 671, 672

EH 4310-4312

Green Source Automation

EH 4324, 4325

Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery Emlab Genetics

Green Meadows Forage

AR 454

Greenfield Contractors

EH 6109

EH 3816

Groviv

AL 118

TM U

Endovac Animal Health

EH 4306,4307

Göweil Maschinenbau GmbH

AR 448

Energrow

EH 1205, 1206

H&E Innovations LLC

TC 894

Energy Feeds International Enogen Feed

AR 496

Enve Acres Ag Supply LLC

TC 868

Environ Partners

TC 803

Envision Enz-A-Bac Advanced Products Esmilco Inc. Essential Water Solutions Inc. Estrotect EuroTier 2020

MC 59 EH 3504

Extrutech Plastics Inc. FAN Separator USA Fabdec Ltd. Family Dairies USA

AL 221, 222

MC 69 EH 3507

Evan Creek of Hagerstown, Maryland, walks his winter yearling Ayrshire heifer, Palmyra Dreamer B Rosy-ET, around the show ring during the International Ayrshire show at the 2018 World Dairy Expo. Forster-Technik GmbH Forward Farm Lines LLC

TC 877, 878 TM 674, 675

Gempler’s

EH 1709

Genetics Australia Co-operative Ltd.

Feed Supervisor Software Feedstuffs Fight Bac Five-G Consulting Fleet Farm

MC 80, 81 EH 2614 EH 1609; IL 362 EH 1813, 1814 EH 5012

Fliegl

TM 708, 709

Ford Distributing

TM 630-632

Foremost Farms USA Form-A-Feed Inc.

EH 4410, 4411 EH 4404

EH 4305, 4309

Frenchville Trailer Sales LLC

TM 749

Geno Global

Fritsch Equipment Corp.

TM 648

Gift Farm

Fulinks Science and Technology Co. Ltd.

TC 891

Furst-McNess Company FutureCow

EH 3817-3918

G&D Chillers GEA

EH 3408-3509 AR 514

EH 2001-2305, 4313-4316, 4601-4603

GEA FIL GENEX

EH 3511-3513 AL 218-224; EH 1605, 1606

GGI-SPERMEX GmbH GLOBAL NUTRITECH BIOTECHNOLOGY LLC GREENFREESTALL

AL 139, 140 EH 6005 AR 410-413

AL 174B AL 160

AL 153-155 TM S

Holland Dairy Valley

TC 947

Hover Chute

Global Genetic Resources Golden Calf Company

AL 170-172

GrassWorks Inc.

TC 867

Grassland Oregon

AL 112

Graze

TC 867

Green County Development Corp Inc.

AL 121, 122

MC 38tt

TC 902 MC 80, 81 MC 66 TC 904, 905 AR 468

Hubbard Feeds

EH 4008-4109

Huber - Technik Gmbh Huvepharma

MC 54

MC 27

Hoof Trimmers Association Inc.

Glen Dimplex Thermal Solutions

EH 1215-1318; EH

MC 29-31

Hoof Supervisor Hoofcount Ltd.

Global Dairy Institute 2017-2318

EH 1411-1514, TM 725

HolsteinTrader.com

AL 137 EH 4409; MC WB08

TC 847, 848

Holstein Plaza

Giltspur Scientific Ltd. Global Cow

AL 151

Hoard’s Dairyman AL 213, 217; EH 4327, 4328;  IL 314

Holstein International

EH 3507

Foxworthy Supply Inc.

TM T

MC 57, 58

AL 147

Fox Valley Quality Control Lab

TC 917

Featherlite Trailers

Heartland Cooperative Services

Holstein Association USA Inc.

Farm Inc.

EH 4207, 4208

IL 315

AR 436

Genes Diffusion

Fastrack

Hays Genetics International Ltd.

Gabel Belting Inc.

MC 28tt

MC 36

AR 403-406; IL 361

Holm & Laue Export GmbH 

Fox Valley Technical College

Farmers National Company

AR 428

TC 939

TC 805 EH 3507

AR 464, 465

GVD Feed Covers LLC

Famo Feeds FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative

Hatfield Mfg. Inc.

Highline Manufacturing FILE PHOTO

EH 2814 EH 1115-1118

EH 1201-1303

HerdStrong

MC 28 AL 209

Harvestore

Haybuster

EH 4408

EverLast Lighting

TC 901

Hay & Forage Grower

AL 175

EH 6009

EH 3415-3518; TM 710-712

Hamilton Industries Inc.

AL 127, 128

Eurofins Scientific Evolution International

H&S Manufacturing Co. Inc. 

AL 179

TC 884 EH 3705, 3706

Hygieia Biological Laboratories

AL 126

I.D.ology IBA Inc.

EH 4309 EH 2501-2504

ICD, IRZ CONSTRUCTION DIVISION IDEXX

TC 941 EH 1207

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International Stock Food Corporation

From Page 13

International Veterinary Supplies

IGES LLC

EH 1307

IMV Imaging

EH 5013, 5014

INSEME S.p.A.

AL 156-158

Images Custom Embroidery

EH S04

ImmuCell Corporation

EH 2914

EH 4303, 4304 AL 135

Investors Community Bank

EH 4504

Investors Insurance Services

EH 4504

J&D Manufacturing JBS Ltd. JDJ Solutions

EH 1101-1106 TC 870 EH 4013

Immuno-Dynamics Inc.

MC 71

JMB North America

AR 493

Imu-Tek

MC 15

JOURDAIN S.A.S.

TC 940

Innovative Lighting Technology

AL 196

Insight FS

MC 42

JOZ JT Boats Manure Agitators

Insure My Forage

AR 505

Jamesway Farm Equipment Inc. 3001-3106B

Interdamo USA

AL 162

JanAire Curtains LLC

AL 174B

Jaylor Fabricating Inc.

Intermizoo International Cryogenics Inc. International Protein Sires

AL 197 MC 18-20; IL 325

AR 512, 513 TM A EH AR 432 TM D

Jobe Valves Ltd.

EH 4013; 4011-4113

John Deere

TM M, N, OO

John Deere Financial

MC 12

Johnson’s Innovations

AR 453

Jones Equipment Company LLC TM 638, 639 KSI Supply Inc.

AL 206

KTG - North America - CDP Inc. Kaiwaka Clothing Ltd. Kansas Department of Agriculture Keenan Kelly Ryan Equipment Company Inc.

MC 55 EH 6007, 6008

Kozie’s Express Concessions

TM 782

Kraemer Wisconsin Cheese

EH 6111

Kuhn North America Inc.

TM E, F

Kunafin

EH 1603

LA-CO Industries Inc. LEDWisconsin

AL 173 AL 114, 115

LOWE Equipment Attachments

EH 1704

LSE Manufacturing Inc.

EH S01

MC 45tt, 46tt

LVI Litter Processors

EH S03

EH 3201-3306

La Belle Colostrum

AR 400-402

KenAg Inc.

EH 1803

Kent Feed

EH 2611-2712

Kestrel Weather Meters

TC 804

Jenkins Iron and Steel Inc.

TM 718, 719

Kifco Inc.

TM 685

Jetstream Genetics Inc.

AL 190, 191

Kleen Test Products

EH 2715

Labby Inc.

EH 3615 AL 210

Laboratoire M2 Inc. Laird Mfg. LLC

EH 3404 TM 636, 637

Lakeshore Technical College

MC 30tt

Lallemand Animal Nutrition

AR 494, 495

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4008 4108

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CR 4323

4408 4409 4410 4411

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1209 1309

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D & D Farm Supply Arcadia

Komro Sales & Service Durand

Lindstrom Equipment Mondovi

Cherokee Garage Colby

Eron Equipment Junction City

Beaver Machine Coleman

Luxemburg Motor Co. Luxemburg

East Side Farm Equipment Monroe

Frontier Ag & Turf New Richmond Osceola Steinhart Farm Service Platteville Gruett’s Inc. Potter

Gibbsville Implement Waldo Carl F. Statz & Sons Waunakee A.C. McCartney Durand, IL

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Farmers’ Implement Allenton D & D Farm Supply Arcadia Chili Implement Chili Cherokee Garage Colby Kalscheur Implement Cross Plains Beaver Machine Coleman

Komro Sales & Service Durand Hillsboro Equipment Hillsboro W.H. Lien Hixton Eron Equipment Junction City Luxemburg Motor Co. Luxemberg Lulich Implement Mason

Persha Equipment Mayville Lindstrom Equipment Mondovi East Side Farm Equipment Monroe Steinhart Farm Service Platteville Gruett’s, Inc. Potter Link Implement Ridgeland

Ed Priebe Sales & Service Ripon Tesch Bros. Implement Seymour Caroline Implement Shawano Frontier Ag & Turf Turtle Lake Eis Implement Two Rivers Gibbsville Implement Waldo

Carl F. Statz & Sons Waunakee Spiegelberg Implement Weyauwega Triebold Implement Whitewater A. C. McCartney Equipment Durand, IL Peabudy’s North Pecatonica, IL


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New Holland

TM C

New Vision Ag and Specialties LLC

From Page 14

New York Holstein Association Inc.

AL 212 AL 192, 193

Land O’Lakes Animal Milk Solutions

EH 4412-4414

Land O’Lakes International

EH 4412-4414

Land O’Lakes Member Relations

NextGen Group LLC

TC 818, 819

EH 4412-4414

Nextire Inc.

TC 800, 801

Land O’Lakes Inc.

EH 4412-4414

Nooyen Manufacturing Inc.

MC 64

Larry Schultz, Artist

EH 4420, 4421

Normande Genetics

TC 844

Legend Rubber Inc.

EH 4517.5

North American Normande Association

TC 842

Lely

New Zealand National Fieldays Society

AR 461-483, 499; TM I, J

Lemken USA

North Brook Farms

TM 706, 707

Let’s Ride Boots & Apparel

TC 890

FILE PHOTO

Exhibitors in the International Ayrshire show line up in the show ring at the 2017 World Dairy Expo.

Livestock Exporters Association of the USA

EH 5000

Lone Star Enterprises Inc.

EH S01

Mastitis Management Tools Inc. Maximus

AL 124, 125

Minitube USA Inc. Miraco

EH 1815, 1816

EH 3514

Mistral

AL 106, 107

TM 752-753B; IL 354

MAI Animal Health

EH 2605

McFinn Technologies

MAI/Genesis

EH 3503

McLanahan Corporation

TM 656-667

Morris Concessions

MAPAgri Inc.

MC 13

Mensch Manufacturing

TM 694-705

Motomco

MISCO Refractometer

TC 822

Merck Animal Health

MJE Livestock Equipment

TC 856

MLD VETERINARY SUPPLIERS

MC 44

Messer Repair & Fabricating LLC

MTech Dairy Solutions MVE Chart MWI Animal Health Madero Dairy Systems Madison Central Business Improvement District

EH 1304 EH 4415-4417 AL 226, 227 EH 2606, 2607 EH 1408-1509 EH 4530

Metalcraft by K Meyer Mfg. Corp.

Micronutrients Mid-State Equipment Inc.

Malaysian Palm Oil Board

MC 39

Midwestern BioAg Inc.

Marloo Equipment Masterrind GmbH

Midwestern Hoofcare LLC EH 5010 TM 640-644 IL 322

Masters Choice Hybrids EH 2417-2518; IL 328

TM P AR 509, 510

Midwest Sidewalls

MarginSmart

MC 63

MicroMist Systems

TC 827

EH 4214, 4215

TM 698, 699

EH 2606, 2607

Magnation Water Technologies Manitoba Forage and Grassland Association

EH 2411-2513

Micro Technologies Micron Bio-Systems

Milk Bar NZA Milk Specialties Global Animal Nutrition Milker’s Helpers Milkplan SA

AL 214

TC 895

LuckNow Products

MSW Plastics Inc.

MC 29tt

Northern Biogas

EH 5010

LiquiTube Marketing International

EH 3813-3815

Northeast Iowa Dairy Foundation

TM AA

Linzmeier Business Solutions

EH 4011-4113

EH 3408-3509 EH 1204 TM K TC 881 EH 1811, 1812 TM HH TC 825, 826

TM 790 MC 14

Multimin USA

EH 3511-3513

Munters Corporation

EH 1706, 1707

My Dairy Dashboard

EH 4425, 4426

Mycogen Seeds NDEco

AR 476-478 EH 1415-1518

NEXGROW

AR 472

NRV

EH 1703

Nasco

MC 01-08

National All-Jersey Inc.

AL 101, 102

National Dairy Shrine

TM P1 DS

National Hay Association

EH 4310-4312

Nebraska Alfalfa Marketing Association

EH 2617, 2618

Nebraska State Dairy Association

EH 2414

Northern Dairy Equipment Ltd.

EH 1112-1114

Norwood Sales Inc.

TM 722, 724

NovaVive Inc.

TC 859

Novita Nutrition

TC 900

Novus International Inc.

EH 1403, 1404

Nu-Ag/Bosko Inc.

EH 2603, 2604

NuPulse

TM 676-687

Nutech Biosciences Inc.

EH 6300, 6301

O&T Farms

MC 57, 58

Oak Ridge Foam & Coating Systems

AR 497

Octaform Systems Inc.

AR 446

Olmix

AL 106, 107

Omega Naturals

MC 57, 58

Onfarm Solutions

EH 1112-1114

Organic Valley

TC 857, 858

Origination Inc.

AL 215, IL 364

Osnabrueck Herdbook

IL 312

Osseo Plastics & Supply Inc.

EH 4326

Oxbo International Corporation

AR 506 TC 820

PACIFIL S.A.

EH 3413, 3414

Neogen Corporation

EH 3613, 3614

EH 5008, 5009

Neptune Enterprises

TM 650-652

Page & Pedersen International Ltd.

AL 187

MC 43

Nuhn Industries Ltd.

EH 1915, 1916

New Generation Genetics Inc.

EH 2811-2913

Nucor Building Systems

Nedap Livestock Management

EH 4114, 4115

TM Q

EH 5007; IL 360 Please see EXHIBITORS, Page 20


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Exhibitors

Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin

EH 4427

From Page 18

ProfitSource

EH 2404

Papa Ruben’s

TM 793

Papillon Agricultural Company Passion Ag Inc.

EH 2707 TC 865

Patz Corporation

EH 2113B-2316

Paul Mueller Company

EH 1807-1909

Paul WERNER Inc.

TM 714

Peach Teats Limited

EH 4013

Peak Forage Solutions Inc. Pennsylvania Center for Dairy Excellence

AL 188

Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Penta Equipment Inc. Performance Probiotics LLC

EH B-1

AL 188

EH 3604, 3605 IL 321 EH 4516, 4517

Pieper Automation

TC 854

Pieper Electric Inc.

TC 854

Pinnacle Climate Technologies

EH 4201, 4202

Pioneer

EH 2407-2509

Pipping Concrete Inc.

AR 431

Pizza Hut

TM 781

Polled Dairy Cattle Poly Dome PortaCheck Inc. Precision Hoof Care LLC Prime Metal Buildings and Components

Progressive Publishing

AR 441, 442; EH 4400

Promat Inc.

EH 1215-1318

Protekta Provimi

Puck

AL 131 TM B EH 4209; IL 320 TM HH EH 5011

EH 3505

ProCROSS

AL 108

ProGentus

AL 143-145 MC 67tt

TM 634, 635 AL 176, 176B

Purple Cow Gift Shop

EH 4518-4529

QualiTech Inc.

EH 4405, 4406

Quality Concessions Quality Liquid Feeds Inc.

TM 780 EH 4329, 4330

Quality Roasting Inc.

EH 3506

Quatro Boots

AR 414-418

R Braun Inc.

TM 726, 727

R&D LifeSciences LLC

EH 2713, 2714

RCI Engineering

TM O

RDO Equipment Co.

TM 689

RESCO RJB Company

MC 70 EH 1311-1314

ROVIBEC AGRISOLUTIONS INC. EH 3007-3309 RP Feed Components

EH 2615, 2616

RPC-BPI Agriculture

EH 3606, 3607

RSI Calf Systems Raytec Manufacturing

TM V

AR 430

EH 4412-4414

MC 72, 73 EH 5004

EH 1306

Purina Animal Nutrition LLC

Priority IAC Inc.

Professional Dairy Producers Foundation

TC 830, 831; AR 518

Provita Supplements Inc.

Ralco

ProActive Solutions USA LLC

TC 852, 853

Provita Animal Health LLC

MC 72, 73

Pro-Fit Show Supply

TC 929, 930

Protexia

Prioridad Lechera Pro Chiller Systems Inc.

AR 458

Puli-Sistem S.R.L. TM 680-682

Phibro Animal Health Corp.

Progressive Forage

Recon Technologies LLC

TM 645 EH 1208-1309 MC 21 EH 1112-1114

EH 1405-1407

River Valley Farm

TM Semex Tent

Roll-O-Matic Curtains

AR 470, 471

Rostech Electronics

EH 3603

Roth Mfg.

TC 906-936

Roto-Mix LLC

EH 3016-3318

Rubes Cartoons

EH C-1

S.I. Feeders

TM G

SCCL

EH 3405

SMITH Surface-Prep Solutions

TC 871

SOFIVO

AL 208

SOP S.r.l.

AL 180, 181

SSI Corporation STgenetics

EH 2613

AL 156-158, 146; EH 4212, 4213

SUPERBROWN

IL 318

AR 490, 491

Secco International Inc.

EH 1617-1718

Secure Covers Select Sires Inc.

AR 414-418 EH 4001-4103; AL 167-169

Semex Seneca Dairy Systems LLC

TM Semex Tent TC 927, 928

Serval Canada

EH 1703

Setric Best Inc.

EH 4509.5

Seven Treasures Sgariboldi Srl Shady Lane Curtains Shanghai Terrui International Trade Shoof International Ltd.

MC EB 01-EB 04 TM 654, 655 TC 828 TC 918-920 EH 6302

AL 161

Shredlage LLC

Redback Boots USA

MC 85

Sikkema Equipment Inc.

TC 921-923

AR 420

Sila Grow Sales (BC) Ltd.

AL 225

Reed Footwear

AR 414-418

Renn Mill Center Inc.

EH 1913, 1914

Ritchey Livestock ID

MC 53

Soy Best

EH 2603, 2604

MC 48tt EH 4210, 4211; IL 316

Spectrum Premium Non-GMO

AR 426, 427

Sperm Processor Pvt. Ltd.

AL 116

St. Jacobs ABC

AL 153-155

Starbar

EH 3411, 3412

Steel Cow Gallery & Studios

EH 4515B

StepRight Stockmanship Solutions AL 109-111; 184-186B Stockyard Style

Sealpro Silage Barrier Film

TC 948

Southwest Wisconsin Technical College

TC 879

EH 1108, TM H

EH 4513.6

Southern IL Scale

Scherer Inc. Schwartz Manufacturing Company

EH 4514

South Dakota State University

Steuart Labs

EH 4016-4018, 3916

EH 1201-1303

South Dakota Department of Agriculture

AR 445

Schlueter Company

TC 896

Slurrystore

Safe-Trac Grooving

Red & White Dairy Cattle Association Redmond Minerals Inc.

Slot Drain Systems

MC 86 TC 850-876

Structures Unlimited LLC

AR 456

Sun-North Systems Ltd.

EH 2608-2709

Sundown Industries Corp.

EH 1111

Superior Attachments Inc.

TC 944-946

Superior Mat & Comfort Inc.

TC 885, 886

Supranusa Rubber

TC 942

Supreme International Limited Sure Step Consulting International Swissgenetics

EH 3007-3309 AL 109-111; 184-186B TM Semex Tent

Synergy Metalworks LLC

AL 109-111; 184-186B

Syngenta

AR 496

Systems Technologies

TC 854

Tags4All Global Inc. Tasco Dome Covered Structures

TC 846

Teagle Machinery Ltd.

EH S02

TechMix

EH 2716

Tenderfoot Products

EH 1307

Silostop

AR 450, 451

The Country Today

Sitrex

TM 630-632

The National Dairy FARM Program

Skinner AgSolutions Inc.

TM Q

AR 410-413

AR 435 EH 4508

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From Page 8

twice each day. The herd has a rolling herd average of 19,695 pounds of milk with 5.4 percent fat and 3.7 percent protein. As a nine-time World Dairy Expo Premier Breeder and four-time World Dairy Expo Premier Exhibitor, Ratliff Jerseys has made a significant impact in the showring at World Dairy Expo as well as other national and state shows throughout the country and around the world. Many notable cow families have called Ratliff Jerseys home, including well-known animals such as Ratliff Price Alicia, Ratliff Minister Porscha, Ratliff Sambo Martina, Arethusa Primetime DeJaVu and many others. The best cattle at Ratliff Jerseys are involved in an intensive embryo-transfer program that includes the farm’s 150-head beef herd as recipients. The Ratliffs are members of the REAP program, former recipients of the Dairy Farmers of America Milk Drop Quality Award, the 2010 Kansas Distinguished Dairy Family and the American Jersey Cattle Association’s 2018 Master Breeder. That came just a decade after Christy Ratliff was awarded their Young Jersey Breeder Award. In 35 years Christy Ratliff has bred more than 175 cows appraised at Excellent-90 percent or better. The Paulus Dairy virtual farm tour will be held at 2 p.m. Oct. 4 at World Dairy Expo, sponsored by Select Sires. Paulus Dairy LLC of Fredonia, Wisconsin, began in 1975 as a traditional 35-cow herd in a stanchion barn. The dairy has seen a lot Please see TOURS, Page 25

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PULASKI Brown’s Farm Service, LLC 920-373-0965

REEDSBURG Bindl Sales & Service 608-524-6339

RICE LAKE

DARLINGTON

715-234-6788

Ruf’s Farm Service, Inc. 608-776-4048

RUBICON

DURAND

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Gehring Sales & Service 262-673-4920

WEYAUWEGA Spiegelberg Implement, Inc.

Komro Sales & Service 715-672-4263

920-596-2610

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The Scharine Group

Armstrong Welding & Repair LLC 920-477-5141

HORTONVILLE Knuth Farm Equipment, LLC 920-757-6995

WHITEWATER 800-472-2880

WITHEE Hoover Silo Repair LLC 715-229-2527

KAUKAUNA

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L&L Sales & Service 920-766-0603

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920-834-2075

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Fritsch Equip. Corporation 920-532-6292

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Dumke Sales & Service

Gruetts Inc.

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Field Silo & Equipment, Inc.

608-437-5561

Anibas Silo & Equip 715-285-5317

CHIPPEWA FALLS

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MT. HOREB

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Fluegges Ag. 320-679-2981

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Exhibitors From Page 20

The Nutra-Glo Company

AL 200

Thunderstruck Ag Equipment

TC 852, 853

Tie Down Engineering

TC 866

Timab Magnesium USA

AL 159

Tire Sidewall Depot

AR 516

Titan International

TC 925, 926

Toast Food Truck

Waikato Milking Systems NZ Ltd.

EH 6101-6205

Waikato Milking Systems USA Ltd.

EH 6101-6205

WeCover Structures Inc. Weizur Group

IL 359

Western Ag Enterprise Inc.

MC 11 AR 421-423

Westway Feed Products Wetit Teat Spray Technology

TC 913, 914

Where Food Comes From Inc.

AR 467

TM 791

Wieser Concrete Products Inc.

TM 658-669

Trakrite Global LLC

AL 109-111; 184-186B

Winfield United

Trakrite Services LLC

AL 109-111; 184-186B

Wisconsin Beef Council

Trans Ova Genetics

AL 143-145

TransAgra International Inc.

EH 1109, 1110

Trelleborg Wheel Systems Americas Inc.

TM 728, 729

TriCal Superior Forage

TC 892

Trident Processes LLC

AR 425

EH 2206-2307; TM 660-662

Triple Crown Products Triple-Hil Sires

EH 4510 AL 123

Truck Supervisor

MC 80, 81

Tuffy Tilt Tables

TM 688

Turner Inc.

TC 863-889

Twin Mountain Fence Company U.S. Screen Company UNIFORM-Agri

TC 943 TM 716, 717 EH 1708

US Dairy Export Council US Dairy Forage Research Center

MC 75, 76

EH 1501, 1502; MC 21

Track Shack BBQ

Trioliet

AR 507, 508

Westwaard

TM 792

Topcon Agriculture

MC 01-08

EH 4320-4322

AR Forage Superbowl Area

USDA Farm Service Agency USDA National Ag Statistics Service

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IL 327

Udder Comfort Inc.

AL 164-166

Udder Gun Udder Tech Inc. University of Wisconsin Cheese Stand

USDA-APHIS-VS

EH 4401 MC 21tt

MC 68tt

Van Beek Natural Science

EH 5001, 5002

University of Wisconsin Madison Department of Dairy Science

MC 37tt

University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agricultural & Life Sciences MC 39tt, 40tt University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine

MC 41tt

University of Wisconsin-Platteville School of Agriculture

MC 35tt IL 323

Vaughan Company Inc.

MC 27tt EH 3406

Upsi-Daisy Cow Lifter

TC 829

VES Environmental Solutions LLC EH S05, S06, TC 861, TM W AR 467

AL 149 AR 407, 408

Ventec Canada Inc.

EH 4317-4319

Versa Corporation

TM 696, 697

Vets Plus Inc. Vettec Inc. Vilofoss Virtus Nutrition Vita Plus Corporation Volac International Limited

Up North Plastics Inc.

Validus

Wisconsin Farmers Union

EH 3001-3106B

EH 4403

EH 4403

EH 4424

EH 6011

Valmetal USA Inc. Vantage Dairy Supplies LLC

Volac Wilmar Feed Ingredients W-L Alfalfa

EH 2713, 2714 EH 1607 TC 929, 930 EH 4323 EH 1801-1902 EH 4203, 4204 EH 4203, 4204 EH 3707

WG Critical Care LLC

EH 4116-4118

WHRL Solutions LLC

EH 6010

Wagler & Associates Inc.

Wisconsin Cattlemen’s Association EH 4509.6

EH 4331, 4332

AR 500-504 TM Cheese Stand

TM 783

Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade & Consumer Protection

MC 40

University of Wisconsin-River Falls - CAFES

USDA, AMS, Dairy Market News

Valley Fudge and Candy

Wisconsin Cattlemen’s Association

EH 4423

Valley Vet Supply

University of Wisconsin-River Falls

EH 4402

Valley Agricultural Software Inc.

EH 4509

Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association

MC 22, 23

EH 4402

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service

UW-Extension Dairy Team

FILE PHOTO

EH 4412-4414

MC 43

Wisconsin Holstein Association

AL 104

Wisconsin Livestock Identification Consortium

EH 4430

Woodchuck Bedding Spreader

TM 649

World Forage Analysis Superbowl

AR WFAS

World Wide Sires Ltd.

MC 25, 26

Worthington Industries

AL 132, 133; IL 351, 352

Y-Tex Corporation YES Equipment & Services Inc.

EH 4014, 4015

EH 2514-2516; TM 750B-752B

Yunker Plastics Inc.

AR 480

Zeeland Farm Services Inc.

AL 205

Zelpharma

TC 860

Zero Lameness LLC

TM HH

Zinpro Performance Minerals

EH 3611-3712

Zoetis

EH 3811-3912

Zuechter-Service ZSAG

IL 322

energybank

MC 52

milc group

EH 5003


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Official Judge Lynn Harbaugh, left, and Associate Judge Ryan Krohlow consider a group of Holstein heifers at the 2017 World Dairy Expo.

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New Holland Pavilion 2

W

Exhibition Hall

V

New Holland Pavilion 1

U Expo Seminars Virtual Farm Tours Knowledge Nook T Meetings Banquets S R

Dairy Cattle Tent

The Tanbark presented by Compeer Financial

Mycogen Seeds Attendee Learning Lounge

TM P1DS 2nd Floor

E

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Sale Pavilion

D

New Holland

B

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TM Patio

Trade Center

John Deere

Outdoor Trade Mall

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Arena Building

Globe Cheese Stand

Food Court

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Coliseum

Arena Level Main Concourse International Lounge

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See Us At World Dairy Expo! TC906-936 (Agri-Plastic’s Booth)

Flex-Pen

Calf Hutches

Geyer and Hosaja Mats and Rolled Mats

Group Hutch

Poly Scrapers

Replacement Belting

Single-Chain Elevator

Vinyl-Strip Door

The Paulus Dairy virtual farm tour will be held at 2 p.m. Oct. 4 at World Dairy Expo, sponsored by Select Sires.

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of changes including building two freestall barns and a double-20 parallel parlor to accommodate the 1,550 cows currently in the milking herd. It’s owned by Mike and Lori Paulus along with their son, Andy Paulus and daughter, Tiffany Schneider. The dairy has grown most recently through the acquisitions of five different herds. That has led to a focus on improving the genetic potential of the herd by working with a mating specialist to select the right bulls and breeding the lesser-quality cows to Angus. As a family farm, people and community are at the heart of Paulus Dairy. A founding member of the Milwaukee River Watershed Clean Farm Families group, Paulus Dairy strives to minimize its environmental impact. The organization works with the Milwaukee River Watershed Conservation Partnership to provide a platform for producers and landowners to share ideas, concerns, priorities and lessons learned about agricultural-conservation efforts within the Milwaukee River Watershed. For 15 years the farm has hosted and provided animals for a 4-H group. Lori Paulus was a 4-H leader for 30 years; she’s also a church trustee. Mike Paulus is a former board member of East Central/Select Sires and Select Sires, and a current board member of the local cooperative. Andy Paulus was also on the board of directors for East Central/Select Sires. Schneider practiced as a large-animal veterinarian for more than five years before coming back home during the expansion. The Fischer-Clark Dairy virtual farm tour will be held at noon Oct. 5 at World Dairy Expo, sponsored by Allflex Livestock Intelligence. Mike and Sue Fischer of Hatley, Wisconsin, founded Fischer-Clark Dairy Farm Please see TOURS, Page 27

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Inc. in 1972 with eight cows. Currently in partnership with their son, Jon Fischer, and his wife, Heidi Fischer, the family cares for a milking herd of 911 Holsteins in a double-20 parlor. The cows at Fischer-Clark Dairy maintain a rolling herd average of 32,651 pounds of milk, 4.25 percent fat and 3.25 percent protein – all while averaging a somatic-cell count less than 100,000 during each month of 2018. Those excellent components garnered the Sartori Cheese Yield Awards in 2016, 2017 and 2018. The facilities have continuously been updated to match the growth patterns of Fischer-Clark Dairy. Most recently that included the construction of a tunnelventilated barn to complement the existing naturally ventilated barn. They now both house milking cows. A new heifer facility was constructed in 2012 and then expanded in 2015 in preparation for the latest milking-herd growth in 2016. The young-stock facilities include a mono-sloped four-row barn built in 2017 to accommodate 128 individual pens. A second structure was built in 2018 to house calves post-weaning before they’re moved into the established facility at 75 days old. Like many farms environmental efforts are important to Fischer-Clark Dairy. The family prioritizes soil conservation using strip-till and no-till methods along with precision technology to micro-manage additional nutrients. The family is involved in their community. Heidi Fischer gives her time as the co-general leader of the local 4-H club, serves on the Board of Directors for PPA, serves on the Edge Policy Committee and is vice-president of her church council. Mike and Sue Fischer are also involved with their church. Sue Fischer coordinates music for Sunday masses. Mike Fischer teaches catechism, serves on the church council and is involved with the Rural Life Committee.

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