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2018 ALL-AME

CO-VALE DEMPSEY DINA 4271-ET EX96

TK-PLAIN-VIEW RIPLEY EX96

owned by Milksource LLC & Ransom Rail All-American 5 Year Old 1st 5 Year Old & Honorable Mention Senior Champion, WDE

Reserve All-American Aged Cow 1st Aged Cow & Grand Champion, WI State Championship Show

WEEKS DUNDEE ANIKA EX97

BEAVERBROCK GOLDWYN ZOEY-ET EX94

Honorable Mention All-American Aged Cow Reserve Grand Champion, WDE

Nominated All-American 5 Year Old

SCO-LO-AF SID SANGRIA-ET VG89

ANITA ABSOLUTE JOLINE EX92

Nominated All-American Senior 2 Year Old

Reserve All-American R&W Jr 3 Year Old, All-Canadian R&W Junior Cow R&W Grand Champion, Royal Winter Fair

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RICAN RESULTS

MILKSOURCE TAELYN-ET

EDGEBROOK TEQUILA MADISON-ET EX93

Dam: Strans-Jen-D Tequila-Red-ET EX96 Sire : Armani now owned by Degroot & Posada All-American Summer Yearling 1st Summer Yearling, Junior Champion & Reserve Supreme Champion Heifer, WDE

Owned by Milksource LLC & Finco Valparaiso Nominated All-American 5 Year Old Grand Champion, Midwest National Jersey Spring Show Dam of All-American & Reserve All-American Fall Calves, & All-American Junior Best 3 Females

Taelyn’s fancy, red, Dec ember 2018 sister sells in the Quest for Success Sale, sired by Unstopabull!

MILKSOURCE GENTRY MARRIOT-ET

MILKSOURCE GENTRY MINK-ET

Owned by Milksource LLC & Finca Valparaiso Unanimous All-American Senior Calf, Junior Champion & Supreme Junior Champion Heifer, WDE

Owned by Milksource LLC & Finca Valparaiso Reserve All-American Senior Calf, 1st Senior Calf & Honorable Mention Junior Champion, Royal Winter Fair

MILKSOURCE GENTRY MARRIOT-ET | MILKSOURCE GENTRY MINK-ET | MILKSOURCE VELOCITY MALIBU-ET

Unanimous All-American Junior Best 3 Females Dam: Edgebrook Tequila Madison-ET EX93 Malibu owned by Shawn & Levi Banowetz

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March 2019 Volume 115 Issue 2

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Specials

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90 | All-American Jersey & Junior Jersey Winners

8 | Liddleholme Farms

The RED BLOODLINES

Developing & Breeding the Exceptional Ones

Issue No. 186 | All American Results Issue | March 2019

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36 | IVF vs. Conventional

Spring 2019 Edition

AETA Dr. Comryn Defines

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Liddleholme holsteins By Cheri Oechsle, Managing Editor Today’s dairy industry is becoming more diverse as good cowmen try to find ways to survive in the current milk market decline. Some, like last month’s feature, find niche marketing the dairy products they produce works for them. Then there are others who can spot a diamond in the rough and develop her into that shining, profitable and beautiful gemstone. The Liddle family of Liddleholme Farm are developers of those profitable gemstones. For 20 years, Adam and his wife Nicole have been breeding Holsteins, developing their herd, marketing their breeding stock, buying and selling quality cattle and raising and teaching their children to farm and appreciate good cows. Not many hold the distinction of breeding and owning a 97-point gem, but the Liddles can claim that title. Holstein World | March 2019 | 8


Developing & Breeding the Exceptional Ones This year’s All-American 150,000 Lb. Cow, Liddleholme Resur Lu-ET was bred by and is owned by son Anthony Liddle. Lu provides Anthony the added distinction of being the only home-bred and owned 97-point cow currently in the United States. Adam was raised on a dairy farm in his early years. Around the age of 13, his father Bill became the herdsman at Pamtom Farms. Later, Adam worked at Ridgedale Holsteins before he and Nicole launched out on their own. They have recently had their oldest son Anthony join the farm, forming an LLC. Their younger children, son Brock and daughter Hailee, are very active in the home operation as well. They believe in breeding strong cow families, and they all have an eye for a good one. The Liddles currently milk 70 cows on the home farm in Argyle, all Holsteins and one of Brock’s Jerseys. The Holsteins have a BAA of 113.1 and the herd, an RHA at 23,000M. They have an additional 90 heifers and dry cows that are housed between the home farm and another farm purchased five years ago. They raise 90% of their own feed on the 300 acres. The herd is fed corn silage and bailage.

Developing a 97-point Cow “We believe in great cow families,” said Adam, “that will generate excellent cows.” Liddleholme Resur Lu-ET is a prime example of that, with her recent EX-97 score and a 98-point mammary. “Anthony bought her mother, Brigeen-HH Sept St Lulu-Red, as a heifer in the last Hanover Hill Sale,” Adam said. “She was from the Lulu family. He flushed her as a heifer to both Advent and Resurrect. Resurrect was chosen because we had gone to Madison and watched the Red and White show. We liked Talent’s pedigree and saw Resurrect’s full sister owned by Mark Rueth and StarMark. We liked her rump and thought that’s what Lu’s dam needed.” Lu’s dam, now 2E-91, was sold in 2008, but not before Anthony had the embryos, one of which would be Lu. “As a heifer, Lu was not really a standout and she didn’t calve until she was 2-10. But when she calved in, she had one beautiful udder and she’s been one to calve back every year right on the year,” Adam stated. Lu wasn’t shown, though, until she was five. Although she won at the local show, “we ended it there because she was a brat,” laughed Adam. The next year she went on to win the local show again as an Aged Cow and was Reserve Senior Champion at the state fair. The following year was

when she got her nose jewelry. After calving and winning the state fair, they opted for the ring in her nose due to her attitude, he said, and that seemed to make the difference. In 2017, she went on to be Reserve All-American and Honorable Mention All-Canadian and was Supreme Champion at Harrisburg. This year, of course, she is the All-American 150,000 Lb. Cow and All-Canadian Production Cow after winning her class at Madison, being pulled out for Senior Champion and being named the Honorable Mention Grand at the Royal. Over the years, Lu has been flushed with limited results, but she has calved regularly each year. “We have a pair of Gold Chips we are flushing that are nice heifers,” said Adam. “One is a true red carrier and one is black/red. There is a Solomon September calf and a red Diamondback we are pretty excited about. We have three Jordy and one Unstoppabull pregnancies coming. We do have folks that want sons, and we have marketed a bit out of her already. There is a red carrier Doorman that Conant Acres purchased last year, and Dick Wittier bought some embryos a few years ago and a calf sold last year that is now in Minnesota. We’ll keep flushing her for a couple months and then breed her back to calve for next April or May. Her daughters will be some of the highlights of our sale in May that we are hosting on the 4th here at the farm, along with other key cow families.”

Liddleholme: Breeds AND Develops Winners Lu isn’t the only All-American star at Liddleholme this year. Brock has branched into the Jersey breed quite successfully with a few purchases, including this year’s Purebred All-American Spring Heifer Calf, Parkview Vavan Somthin Honest, owned with Jason Healy and Kaylee Wilson. “That’s one thing, the boys have had the opportunity to work shows and strings and meet people and see good cows over the years being on the road. They have purchased some individuals on their own and with partners that have developed into really good animals both here and for others,” said Adam. “Like Oakfield A ShampagneRed. She was purchased as a bred heifer at a local sale, calved here, then she was sold to Abbott and Hill before being sold to Westcoast Holsteins.” There have been many more successes from animals both bred and sold with the Liddleholme prefix as well as other stars purchased, developed and sold by the Liddle family. Liddleholme Dback Thundar was a Jr. All-American nomiCONTINUED ON PAGE 10

Pictured at left is Prickles, the 2017 Res. All-American Sr. 3-Year-Old. Photo by CattleClub.com LLC. Top photo by Hailee Liddle L-R: Anthony, Judy, Nicole, Adam with the 2018 Klussendorf Trophy, Hailee and Brock Liddle. Holstein World | March 2019 | 9


AN INTERNATIONAL JUDGE Adam Liddle is an internationally and nationally known dairy judge. He has served as judge in shows for 24 different states, eastern and western national shows, as well as multiple shows at Madison. Those include the Junior Holstein Show, the Red & White Show, the Guernsey show and Associate and Lead Judge for the Holstein Show. Internationally, he has judged in two Quebec Canadian provinces, national shows in Italy, Switzerland, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Australia. Who handles the farm while judging? “Nicole usually stays home, although she did get to go to a couple international shows with me. Anthony, Brock and Hailee are more than capable of handling anything at the farm now and I have a 14-year-old nephew, Derek, that has helped, and my brother, Kirk is on call when needed.” What was the most memorable show and moment? “There are a lot of memorable moments and great shows. But doing Madison there is nothing that can top the cattle, along with a great associate and the whole family was there. It was great quality cows and awesome to have everyone 1,000 miles from home supporting me. I’m not even sure how it happened that I get to judge, but to meet hundreds of people I never would have met otherwise is special.” From a judge’s standpoint, what is your opinion of the value of the All-American contest? “You hope it builds a pedigree. When you judge, you hope that the top cows are nominated. You hope others see what you see. After judging Madison, looking at the top six cows nominated, if 80% of those were nominated it makes you feel good. “There is one thing that has bugged me for a few years, and it is the opposite of what some people want, but I believe Madison needs to carry more weight in the All-American contest. It is by far the greatest show. We have many good shows, but none compare to the group of cows that come to Madison. “ Holstein World | March 2019 | 10

“Adam has that ability of seeing cows in the rough and bringing them to his place to develop.” Tim Abbott LIDDLE CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9

nated Summer Yearling that Alexis Papageorge in Utah has had success with. Another is Liddleholme-Y HG Rae-ET, a Jr. All-American nominated Aged Cow owned by the Gruenes of Minnesota. Liddleholme Antice-Red-ET was nominated this year as a Spring Yearling. She’s out of a 92-point Gold Chip out of Apple that is now owned by Allyn, Wolfe, Hawbaker, Hullcrest and the Schirms of Connecticut. Another is MS AOL Dback Raelynn-Red who was sold to Mercura, Eberly and Wojciechowski of Maryland after winning at the Eastern States show. Liddleholme Alice-Red-ET, after winning Grand at the 2016 Eastern States show, was purchased by Mike and Marlene Garrow of New York. In 2014, Hazels Sid Harmony, a daughter of the 2E96 Stormi Hazel, topped the Best of Both Worlds Sale at $38,000 and was purchased by St. Pierre Farms in Vermont. And there are many more that could be named.

All-American Viewpoint There have been many more nominations and All-Americans at Liddleholme, including last year’s Reserve All-American Senior Three-Year-Old, Skycrest Mincio Prickles EX-92. Another was LME Armani Rascal-Red who was Junior Champion of the Junior Show in the 2015 Red and White show at Madison and the Unanimous All-American Winter Calf. “The All-American title, to me,” stated

Adam, “means that it is an elite individual for that age group for that year. If she’s an All-American, she is special. If she is in the top six, whether you agree or not, she is special. As a breeder, an All-American nomination or win is something to strive for. It gives you a goal and if you get it, it’s a great sense of accomplishment. “It’s an honor I feel, if you have a nomination,” he added. “Anyone that doesn’t think it is, is spoiled. The AllAmerican program helps promote the farm and the breeders. It is in the pedigree forever if your animal is lucky enough to get nominated. That is the return for numerous years, what’s on the pedigree. It opens up marketing opportunities, but you have to capitalize on it. For me, it’s long-term. It’s a very minimal expense at a small entry and nomination fee for the long-term return.”

Developing the Gemstones Adam is pretty proud of the way the animals and farm have developed over the years, and he should be. He’s also pretty proud of the three young adults that he and Nicole have raised. Both of the boys work and generate income for themselves. Anthony works for the farm, but also is and has been on the road working for others. Brock has as well, but he also has a full-time job off the farm during the day, helping at home in CONTINUED ON PAGE 12


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Left: Liddleholme Alice-Red-ET, Champion at Big E in 2016. Right: The Armani Junior Champion of the Eastern States Show. Photos from Facebook.

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the evening. Hailee is a senior in high school, and all of them are vitally important, Adam said. “Anthony was nine the first time he did all the afternoon chores and was so pumped about it. I was judging a show not very far away, but he has been milking since he could walk, and he did just fine. Brock and Hailee are, and have been, capable of doing whatever needs done too.” And it’s been the lessons learned at home and the opportunities that Anthony and Brock have had being out and about that have, in recent years, led to various purchases and the multitude of good cows that have passed through the Liddleholme barns. “Adam has that ability of seeing cows in the rough and bringing them to his place to develop,” said Tim Abbott, a Liddleholme admirer and friend. “He likes big, powerful cows, and he has the ability to envision how he’s going to develop or breed from a cow and he’s good at that. And there is no question the boys got that from

Adam. I knew Bill, Adam’s dad, and he got it from him. I used to love to sit around and listen to them talk about cows together.”

The Liddleholme Future The future at Liddleholme is based on continuing to market animals and producing a quality product. “My personal belief is that we need to convince the general public that our product is still the best," said Adam. “That it is good for you and if we could get that out and convince folks, that would drive the price. I’m not sure how we do that. But here, we 100% believe in pedigrees and Excellent cows and will keep plugging away and selling breeding and show stock from that.” Selling good ones has been one of their marketing strategies. They will be offering 110 animals on May 4 at the farm from Lu, Prickles, and many more Liddleholme cow families. “They are not afraid to sell,” Abbott said. “Then they’ll go find the next cow to breed from. They have low

Winds of Change... We are proud to bring you the 2018 AllAmerican winners in this issue and congratulate each and every owner and breeder of these outstanding champions. We have listed the judges individual scores on the website for your review. It is our pleasure to again welcome the Red & White Dairy Cattle Association to this issue with their All-American Spring Red Bloodlines which you will find in the center of this magazine. Thank you to all the advertisers and contributors, as well as the All-American contestant Holstein World | March 2019 | 12

owners for making this one of the best issues I’ve had the pleasure to work with during my tenure as Managing Editor. The winds of change are blowing. What many of us have pictured as our direction, staked our future on, devoted our lives to is changing. Plans are being altered, stories are unfolding quite differently than planned and futures are suddenly not what we foresaw. And it isn’t easy. Continue to strive to diversify, adapt and move forward. We do feed the world. We do offer the finest, wholesome product and

overhead, no bells and whistles, cows and breeding cows are what they are about. They don’t have big money, they’ve always had to find the cows that flew under the radar and then take her to the next level.” Abbott concluded, “I believe that what has made him successful is his honesty and integrity. They all are honest and that’s what is liked about them. One thing is, what you see with Adam is what you get, whether judging a show or working sale.” Those attributes are also what contributed to Adam being awarded the 2018 Klussendorf Award this past fall at the World Dairy Expo. Envisioning and developing rough gems into beautiful and profitable cows, doing it honestly and with integrity are all attributes to strive for. We congratulate the Liddles on their achievements, on breeding and developing Lu, and look forward to seeing more Liddleholme animals in coming years.

Cheri Oechsle Managing Editor

work with the greatest animal – the dairy cow. For those of you who have had to make changes, or are in the midst of change, stay strong. Don’t look at change or adversity as failure, embrace the changes and adapt as needed. As we move into the coming spring, remember, sometimes you have to let go of the picture of what you thought life would be like and learn to find joy in the story you are living.


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Loana EX-97 3E

All-American Mature Cow

Jacobs Windbrook

Aimo EX-95

Unanimous All-American 4-Yr-Old

Jacobs Jordan

Carmel EX-93

Ms Goldwyn

Saturday VG-89

Erbacres Snapple

Shakira VG-89

Res. All-American 5-Yr-Old

Res. All-American Sr 3-Yr-Old

All-American Jr 3-Yr-Old

Owned by Ferme Blondin

Owned with Ferme Intense & William Morille

Owned with Ferme Antelimarck, Ty-D Holsteins, Kilian Theraulaz, C & F Jacobs

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Holstein All-American By Robin Alden

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The pages that follow mark the culmination of a year of dedication, determination and hard work for Holstein breeders across North America. The All-American contest has traditionally denoted the best of the best in each age group, and the tradition continues for the 2018 show season. The Holstein World is proud to be a part of the most prestigious title in the breed, and we are excited to present this year’s winners in this special issue. This year marks a new beginning for the contest – not only under new management with Purebred Publishing, but with some rule changes to aid in a fairer contest. As established in the previous issue, this year’s nominating panel was expanded to the judges of the 11 National Holstein Shows in the United States in 2018. This way, all National Shows were fairly represented by a judge who had previously assessed the cattle in person. Following the announcement of the All-American Nominees at the end of December, a panel of 22 judges who had judged National, State and Regional shows in 2018 assessed the group and ranked their top three selections. Judges were again asked to refrain from voting in classes that a potential conflict of interest existed. Their votes were tallied, and the results were ranked for All-American, Reserve, and Honorable Mention (and in special cases, High Honorable Mention). The judges on this year’s panel were Tim Abbott, Jamie Black, Justin Burdette, Pat Conroy, Mike Deaver, Aaron Eaton, Brandon Ferry, Lynn Harbaugh, Yan Jacobs, Brian Kelroy, Joel LePage, Allyn Paulson, Carl Phoenix, Joel Phoenix, Mark Rueth, Chad Ryan, Nathan Thomas, Keith Topp, Phillip Topp, Paul Trapp, Roger Turner and Blair Weeks. At the end of this section, you can see the point totals for each class. This year, the judges had diverse opinions, and only five All-American winners claimed their titles unanimously, giving them an extra accomplishment to be proud of. Those Unanimous All-American winners are Reyncrest Avalnche Lusha-ET (Spring Calf), the Junior Best Three Females group of Brian Joseph Enright, Jacobs Windbrook Aimo (Four-Year-Old), the Produce of T-Triple-T Dundee Paige (A) and the Senior Best Three Females group of Ferme Jacobs. Jacobs Windbrook Aimo and the Ferme Jacobs group repeat their unanimous Holstein World | March 2019 | 16

wins from 2017! It should be no shock that Val-Bisson Doorman-ET easily leads the way All-American daughters with four, and total honorees with 13. Braedale Goldwyn cedes the crown to Doorman, but holds strong with six total honorees, and is the only other sire with multiple All-American daughters. Lirr Drew Dempsey follows his sire with four daughters in the following pages. This March 2019 Holstein World is the end of the 2018 show season. We encourage you to take the time to appreciate the black and white beauties that made this season one to remember. Thank you again to the breeders, exhibitors, judges and everyone else who supports this contest. The Junior Contest Purebred Publishing is proud to present the Holstein Junior All-American contest winners in the pages that follow. This contest marks the end of a year of hard work for these young Holstein enthusiasts. We thank the youth, the parents, judges and youth volunteers for supporting the contest. We also would like to extend thanks to ST Genetics for sponsoring our Junior AllAmerican contests. All of these supporters recognize the importance of uplifting youth in our industry, and the All-American contest is a great way to recognize youth involvement. Late last year, the judges for the National Junior Holstein shows across the country cast their votes for the top juniorowned animals in each age division, and the Nominees were announced as 2018 came to a close. We then kicked off the new year by presenting these nominees to 14 judges of National, State and Regional junior shows from across the United States, and their rankings determined the winners that follow. This year’s panel of judges were Pat Conroy, Nate Goldenberg, Lynn Harbaugh, Julie Hemp, Chris Hill, Yan Jacobs, Ryan Krohlow, Dennis Patrick, Chad Ryan, Molly Sloan, Robert Teixeira, Nathan Thomas, Keith Topp and Phil Topp. Judges refrained from voting in any class(es) where a potential conflict of interest existed. Congratulations to all the youth represented in the pages that follow. Your passion for the Holstein breed will drive us positively into the future. Thank you to ST Genetics for sponsoring the Junior AllAmerican Contest!


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Reyncrest Avalnche Lusha-ET, 3/1/2018 Sire: Dymentholm Mr App Avalanche-TW Dam: Reyncrest Alexndr Lavish-ET EX-91 Exhibited by Reyncrest; Clarkvalley & London Dairy, Woodville, ON Now owned by Velthuis Farm, ON

Blondin T&L Avalanche Angelina, 3/2/2018 Sire: Dymentholm Mr App Avalanche-TW Dam: Elmbridge Atwood Angelina-ET VG-89 Glamourview - Iager & Walton, Walkersville, MD

Honorable Mention Jacobs Unix Velour, 3/2/2018 Sire: Croteau Lesperron Unix Dam: Jacobs Doorman Valesia Ferme Jacobs, Cap-Sante, QC

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Beslea Doorman Lattitude, 12/20/2017 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Beslea Goldwyn Lacy VG-87 CAN Richard & Shannon Allyn & Jeremiah Lungwitz, Canaan, CT

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Miss OCD Doorm Georgette-ET, 12/3/2017 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Penlow Geography Goldwyn-ET EX-94 Brian Joseph Enright, Winchester, ON

High Honorable Mention

Sun-Made Crave Drn Diane-ET, 12/1/2017 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Comestar Larion Goldwyn-ET EX-94 Riverdown, Jaquemet & Breeze Hill, ON Holstein World | March 2019 | 17

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Garay Doorman Blind Date, 9/9/2017 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Willowhaven Goldwyn Bliss VG-89 CAN Exhibited by JM Valley Holsteins, BC Now owned by Brian Joseph Enright, Winchester, ON

Reserve

Knonaudale Snylodge Jasmine, 9/1/2017 Sire: Cycle Doorman Jacoby-ET Dam: Knonaudale Oshie VG-87 CAN Exhibited by Makayla & Kaleb Osinga, TX Now owned by Velthuis Farms, ON

Honorable Mention

Luncrest Ambission-1924-ET, 9/5/2017 Sire: Stantons High Octane-ET Dam: Regancrest-GVH Arizona-ET EX-94 Armcrest & Ferme Glauser, QC

All-American

Milksource Taelyn-ET, 6/5/2017 Sire: Mr Apples Armani-ET Dam: Strans-Jen-D Tequila-Red-ET EX-96 Exhibited by Milksource Genetics LLC, Kaukana, WI Now owned by T & L Cattle, Ltd., BC

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Maple-Downs-PV Drman Gavina, 7/23/2017 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Maple-Downs-AL GChip Galina EX-94 Maple-Downs Farms II & Peter Vail, Middleburgh, NY

Honorable Mention

JM Valley Dempsey Lyzara, 6/2/2017 Sire: Lirr Drew Dempsey Dam: Idee Windbrook Linzy EX-95 CAN JM Valley, Rick & Shannon Allyn, Stephane Gendreau, Frank & Diane Borba, Cannan, CT Holstein World | March 2019 | 18


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Ryan-Vu Goldwyn Ravish-ET, 3/2/2017 Sire: Braedale Goldwyn Dam: Ryan-Geiger Durham Radiant EX-93 Exhibited by K. Doeberiener, L. Bowen, W. Schilling & C. & A.Ryan, Fond du Lac, WI

Petitclerc Doorman Sapphire-ET, 3/11/2017 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Petitclerc Goldwyn Spady-ET VG-85 CAN Grant Vosters, Freedom, WI

Honorable Mention

Winright Beemer Baby Enthem, 3/1/2017 Sire: Pol Butte MC Beemer Dam: Budjon-JK WBRK Enthem-ET VG-89 CAN Brian Joseph Enright, Winchester, ON

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Budjon-Abbott Alexandra-ET, 12/2/2016 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Walk-Era Dundee Annelise EX-95 Kaelyn, Kenadee & Keegan Weigel, Platteville, WI Winright Gold Chip Explosion, 12/1/2016 Sire: Mr Chassity Gold Chip-ET Dam: Budjon-JK WBRK Enthem-ET VG-89 CAN Brian Joseph Enright, Winchester, ON

High Honorable Mention

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Quietcove Winning Ways-ET, 12/13/2016 Sire: De-Su BKM McCutchen 1174-ET Dam: Quietcove-W Foxy Lady-ET EX-91 Quietcove Holsteins, Wapakoneta, OH

Honorable Mention Brigeen Brash Paddy, 12/9/2016 Sire: Mr Brash-ET Dam: Gladtime-LAL FC Paddy EX-93 Exhibited by Weeksdale Holsteins, PEI. Now owned by Glamourview - Iager & Walton Holstein World | March 2019 | 19

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Budjon-Vail Drm Sunshine-ET, 9/1/2016 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Petitclerc Sid Sunkiss VG-88 CAN Trevor Tuman & Chandler Berning, Bening, MN

Ryan-Crest Hnotic Elisha-ET, 9/4/2016 Sire: Mr Hotstuffs Hypnotic-ET Dam: Ryan-Crest Sanz Extacy-ET EX-92 NDIRA, Inc., Galt, CA

High Honorable Mention Vandoskes Dback Carley-ET, 9/13/2016 Sire: Mr D Apple Diamondback Dam: OCD Sid Caylee-ET EX-90 S&C Holschbach, E Wetenkamp & V&P Hubbard, Baraboo, WI

Quietcove Doormn Flicker-ET, 9/5/2016 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Quietcove-W Gold Flower-ET EX-90 Quietcove Holsteins & Kurt Wolf, Wapakoneta, OH

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Winright Atwood Kiss

Brian Joseph Enright, Winchester, ON

Reserve All-American Garay Doorman Bellamy Garay Doorman Blind Date Garay Solomon Alix Ferme Garay, St. Sebastien de Frontenac, QC

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High Honorable Mention Reyncrest Solomn Lucille-ET Reyncrest Byway Lettie-ET Reyncrest Avalnche Lusha-ET Reyncrest Farms, Corfu, NY


Milking yearlings 2 0 e v r Rese 1

All-American

8

Ms PG PV Doorman Aspire-ET VG-88, 9/12/2016 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Ms Apples Uno Armana-ET EX-94 Stephen & Patrick Maddox, Riverdale, CA

Hodglynn Beem Me Up VG-87 CAN, 9/6/2016 Sire: Pol Butte MC Beemer Dam: Ms Rollnvw Gold Delilah-ET 2E-93 CAN Hodglynn, Little Star, Select Farm & G&J Gonzales, ON & MX Crave G W Atwood Peach-ET VG-88, 9/5/2016 Sire: Maple-Downs-I G W Atwood-ET Dam: Crave Dusk Penny 6262 VG-88 Roseanne L. Crave, Waterloo, WI

High Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Bonaccueil Ranta Goldwyn VG-87 CAN, 9/7/2016 Sire: Braedale Goldwyn Dam: Bonaccueil Roset Pronto 4E-91 CAN Ferme Glauser & Fils Inc., Pike River, QC

Junior Two-Year-Olds

All-American

Reserve

Juniper Sid Chardonnay-ET VG-87, 6/1/2016 Sire: Pine-Tree Sid-ET Dam: HowardviewWG Cold Casey-ET EX-94 Exhibited by Tim & Sharyn Abbott & Juniper Holsteins, Enosburg, VT Now owned by Elmvue Farms, Johnstown, NY

A L L A M E R I C A N H O L S T E I N

W I Honorable Mention N N Midas-Touch Jedi Jangle-ET VG-89, 4/5/2016 E Sire: S-S-I Montross Jedi-ET Dam: Seagull-Bay S Jillian-ET VG-87 R Eaton, Elgin, Faulkner & Clarkvalley, Marietta, NY S Holstein World | March 2019 | 21

Garay Awesome Beauty VG-88 CAN, 3/2/2016 2-00 334D 22,851M 3.8% 877F 3.6% 820P Sire: Luck-E Awesome-Red-ET Dam: Willowhaven Goldwyn Bliss VG-89 CAN Lookout Holsteins, Frank & Diane Borba, Gerald Halbach, QC, CA & AZ


2 Senior Two-Year-Olds 0 1 All-American Reserve 8 A L L A M E R I C A N H O L S T E I N W I N N E R S

Ms Smith-Oak PW D Maggie-ET EX-92 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Smith-Oak Glenwood Mint-ET EX-94 Clarkvalley Holsteins, Eaton Holsteins & London Dairy, Woodville, ON

Duckett Doorman Giselle-ET VG-88 2-01 206D 14,097M 5.3% 753F 3.2% 446 RIP Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Laidlawn Sanchez Gemini EX-96 Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph, WI

Honorable Mention

Ms Beautys Black Velvet-ET VG-89 2-06 184D 16,900M 4.8% 805F 3.0% 505P RIP Sire: Braedale Goldwyn Dam: Ms Exels Dundee Beauty EX-95 Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph, WI

All-American

Junior Three-Year-Olds Reserve

Erbacres Snapple Shakira-ET VG-89 3-04 186D 15,368M 5.0% 761F 3.5% 534P RIP Sire: GS Alliance O Kaliber Dam: Miss Apple Snapple-Red-ET EX-94 Ferme Jacobs, Ty-D Holstein, Kilia Theraulaz, Ferme Antelimarck & C&F Jacobs, Cap-sante, QC & Switzerland

Unique Dempsey Cheers EX-92 2-01 252D 17,441M 5.1% 886F 3.5% 615P RIP Sire: Lirr Drew Dempsey Dam: Unique Alexander Charm VG-88 CAN Budjon, Abbott, Vail, Woodmansee & Ferme Blondin, Lomira, WI

Honorable Mention

Ms Listerines Look At Me-ET EX-92 3-03 134D 12,976M 4.1% 538F 2.1% 400P RIP Sire: Maple-Downs-I G W Atwood-ET Dam: Ms Licorice Listerine-ET EX-91 Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph, WI Holstein World | March 2019 | 22


senior three-year-olds 2 0 Reserve 1

All-American

8

Mapleley Goldwyn Julia VG-89 CAN 3-02 340D 30,049M 4.1% 1,243F 3.4% 1,021P Sire: Braedale Goldwyn Dam: Mapleley Duplex Juplex 3E-94 CAN Lookout, Elitehaven Genetics, Frank & Diane Borba & Gerald Todd, Canton de Hatley, QC, Ireland, CA & TN

Ms Goldwyn Saturday VG-89 CAN 2-01 365D 19,145M 5.3% 1,012F 3.7% 703P Sire: Braedale Goldwyn Dam: Happydanny Jayz Sunday-ET 2E-95 Ferme Jacobs, Ferme Intense & William Morille, Cap-Sante, QC & France

Honorable Mention

Miss Wbk Brittany-ET EX-92, 3-08 44D 4,248M 4.5% 192F 3.2% 135P RIP Sire: Gillette Windbrook-ETS Dam: Sandy-Valley ATW D Blacky-ET EX-94 Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph, WI

four-year-olds

All-American

Reserve

Unanimou s

Jacobs Windbrook Aimo EX-95 CAN 3-05 323D 29,233M 4.1% 1,195F 3.3% 959P Sire: Gillette Windbrook-ETS Dam: Jacobs Minister Aima 3E-94 CAN Ferme Jacobs, Cap-Sante, QC

Idee Windbrook Lynzi EX-95 CAN 3-02 322D 26,940M 4.3% 1,157F 3.4% 910P Sire: Gillette Windbrook-ETS Dam: Idee Goldwyn Lucia EX-92 CAN Rick & Shannon Allyn, JM Valley Holstein, Stephane Cendreau & Frank & Diane Borba, Amqui, QC, CT & CA

Honorable Mention Ms Elmvue Novelty Keeley EX-93 117D 11,059M 2.7% 300F 3.0% 328P RIP Sire: Elmvue Gold Novelty-ET Dam: Ms Elmvue Durham Korin-ET VG-87 Elmvue Farm, Johnstown, NY

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2 five-year-olds 0 1 All-American 8 A L L A M E R I C A N H O L S T E I N W I N N E R S

Reserve

Co-Vale Dempsy Dina 4270-ET EX-96 4-06 365D 38,901M 4.0% 1,549F 3.3% 1,252P Sire: Lirr Drew Dempsey Dam: Co-Vale Jasper Darla 3366 VG-87 Milksource LLC & Ransom Rail Farm, Inc., Kaukauna, WI

Jacobs Jordan Carmel EX-93 CAN 3-07 365D 35,115M 4.0% 1,396F 3.1% 1,093P Sire: Gillette Jordan Dam: Robrook Dundee Constance VG-88 CAN Ferme Blondin, Saint-Placide, QC

Honorable Mention

Walkerbrae Doorman Locket-ET EX-95 4-10 192D 24,253M 4.8% 1,172F 3.2% 768P RIP Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Gloryland-I Goldwyn Locket 2E-94 Tim & Sharyn Abbott & Ferme Blondin, Enosburg, VT & QC

All-American

Reserve

Jacobs Lauthority Loana 3E-97 CAN 5-03 283D 25,192M 4.4% 1,105F 3.4% 847P Sire: Comestar Lauthority Dam: Jacobs Outside Linsey 4E-92 CAN Ferme Jacobs & Pat Conroy, Cap-Sante, QC & IN

TK-Plain-View Ripley EX-96 5-00 361D 33,780M 4.7% 1,581F 3.4% 1,148P Sire: Lirr Drew Dempsey Dam: TK-Plain-View Remi EX-93 Milk Source LLC, Kaukauna, WI

Honorable Mention

Weeks Dundee Anika EX-97 5-00 293D 26,740M 4.1% 1,085F 3.5% 934P Sire: Regencrest Dundee-ET Dam: Whittier-Farms Gold Anna-ET VG-85 Milk Source LLC, Kaukauna, WI Holstein World | March 2019 | 24

aged cows


150,000 lb. cows 2 0 e v r Rese 1

All-American

8

Loyalyn Goldwyn June 5E-97 CAN 8-00 305D 31,731M 4.3% 1,354F 3.3% 1,047P Sire: Braedale Goldwyn Dam: Loyalyn Allen April 3E-92 CAN Pierre Boulet, Montmagny, QC

Liddleholme Resur Lu-ET EX-97 8-04 316D 27,720M 4.4% 1,212F 3.4% 929P Sire: Carrousel Resurrect-Red-ET Dam: Brigeen-HH Sept St Lulu-Red-ET 2E-91 Anthony Liddle, Argyle, NY

Honorable Mention

Laidlawn Sanchez Gemini EX-96 5-00 365D 45,502M 3.7% 1,692F 2.7% 1,249P Sire: Gen-Mark Stmatic Sanchez Dam: Laidlawn Goldwyn Gem-TW 5E-90 Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph, WI

senior best 3 females

All-American

Jacobs Windbrook Aimo

Unanimou s

Jacobs Lauthority Loana

T-Triple-T Perfect Storm-ET T-Triple-T Platinu-ET T-Triple-T Poker Chip-ET Triple-T Holsteins, North Lewisburg, OH

H O L S T E I N

Jacobs Fever Cael

Ferme Jacobs, Cap-Sante, QC

Reserve All-American

A L L A M E R I C A N

Honorable Mention Kingsway Goldwyn Lauren Kingsway Goldwyn Lipbalm Kingsway Doorman Andrea Kingsway Farms, Hastings, ON

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2 Produce of Dam 0 1 ican Produce of T-Triple-T Dundee Paige er m A llA 8 A L L A M E R I C A N H O L S T E I N

T-Triple-T Perfect Storm-ET

Unanimou s

T-Triple-T Poker Chip-ET

Triple-T Holsteins, North Lewisburg, OH

Reserve All-American

Honorable Mention Produce of Willowhaven Goldwyn Bliss Garay Awesome Beauty Garay Doorman Blind Date Ferme Garay, St. Sebastien de Frontenac, QC

Produce of T-Triple-T Dundee Paige T-Triple-T Platinum-ET T-Triple T-Petunia-ET Triple-T Holsteins, North Lewisburg, OH

All-American Votes Spring Calves Reyncrest Avalnche Lusha-ET Blondin T&L Avalanche Angelina Jacobs Unix Velour Kamps-RX Appleb Atbest-ET Camp-Gold Doorman Diva10-ET Red-Brae Doorman Theresa-ET

140 60 16 3 1 0

UAA RAA HM

Winter Calves Beslea Doorman Lattitude Miss OCD Doorm Georgette Sun-Made Crave Drn Diane-ET Geno Doorman Tesla All-Glo Byway Montral-ET RJohn Prestige Champion-ET

113 96 29 3 0 0

AA RAA HHM

Fall Calves Garay Doorman Blind Date Knonaudale Snylodge Jasmine Luncrest Ambission-1924-ET Savage-Leigh Lalas First-ET Kampy Corvette Gretchen All-Glo O Kool Tully

127 49 19 14 0 0

AA RAA HM

Winter Yearlings Budjon-Abbott Alexandra-ET Quietcove Winning Ways-ET Winright Gold Chip Explosion Brigeen Brash Paddy Robjo Doorman Embrace Hatee Jacoby Paris

123 42 28 15 1 0

AA RAA HHM HM

Fall Yearlings Ryan-Crest Hnotic Elisha-ET Budjon-Vail Drm Sunshine-ET Quietcove Doormn Flicker-ET Vandoskes Dback Carley-ET Kingsway Gold Chip Logic Ms Cow-Palace Union Akira

139 49 20 20 2 1

AA RAA HHM HHM

Jr. Best 3 Females Brian Joseph Enright Ferme Garay Reyncrest Farms Quietcove Justin & Ashley Kaufman Oakfield Corners Dairy

154 64 23 1 0 0

UAA RAA HHM

107 94 21 16 3 1

AA RAA HHM HM

116 76 15 13 0 0

AA RAA HM

Yearlings Yearling in Milk W Summer Milksource Taelyn-ET 136 AA Hodglynn Beem Me Up Maple-Downs-PV Drman Gavina 43 RAA Ms PG PV Doorman Aspire-ET I JM Valley Dempsey Lyzara 37 HHM Crave G W Atwood Peach-ET Oakfield Blake Luxuriant-ET 4 Bonaccueil Ranta Goldwyn Solomon Horizon 0 Berwen Avalanche Fantom N Miss Crowleyview Doorman Luxi 0 Lellavan Avalanche Fuji N Spring Yearlings Jr. 2 Year Olds Ryan-Vu Goldwyn Ravish-ET 93 AA Awesome Beauty E Petitclerc Doorman Sapphire-ET 57 RAA Garay Juniper Sid Chardonnay-ET Winright Beemer Baby Enthem 55 HHM Midas-Touch Jedi Jangle-ET R Ran-Can Alonzo Cliche-ET 2 Fraeland Doorman Bonnie Bella-Ridge Beauty Queen 1 Best Nord Atwood Lolly Garay Solomon Alix 1 Tolamika Armani Will S Holstein World | March 2019 | 26

Sr. 2 Year Olds Duckett Doorman Giselle-ET Ms Smith-Oak PW D Maggie-ET Ms Beautys Black Velvet-ET Ruann Doorman Jean-55162-ET Sco-Lo-Af Sid Sangria-ET Jacobs Doorman Victoire

112 55 28 3 0 0

AA RAA HHM

Jr. 3 Year Old Erbacres Snapple Shakira-ET Unique Dempsey Cheers Ms Listerines Look At Me-ET Roll-N-View Def Bojangles T-Triple-T Poker Chip-ET Butlerview Door Aleah-ET

125 65 16 2 1 0

AA RAA HM

Sr 3 Year Olds Mapleley Goldwyn Julia Ms Goldwyn Saturday Miss Wbk Brittany-ET T-Triple-T Perfect Storm-ET Weeksdale Absolut Vodka Corlane Seaver Misty

106 74 16 1 1 0

AA RAA HM

4 Year Olds Jacobs Windbrook Aimo Idee Windbrook Lynzi Ms Elmvue Novelty Keeley Willows-Edge Atwod Faith-ET Juniper-Haven Atwood Dolly Gamblin Armani Glade

133 57 16 2 1 0

UAA RAA HM

5 Year Olds Co-Vale Dempsy Dina 4270-ET Jacobs Jordan Carmel Walkerbrae Doorman Locket-ET Beaverbrock Goldwyn Zoey-ET Arolene Goldwyn Divine Harvue Atwood Ginger

136 64 18 1 1 0

AA RAA HM

Aged Cows Jacobs Lauthority Loana TK-Plain-View Ripley Weeks Dundee Anika Cavanaleck BG Bruin Knonaudale Mudpie-ET Bella-Rosa GW Sara-ET

134 46 40 0 0 0

AA RAA HHM

150,000lb cows Liddleholme Resur Lu-ET Loyalyn Goldwyn June Laidlawn Sanchez Gemini TC Sanchez Kristina Cache-Valley Lheros 2331-ET T-Triple-T Platinum-ET

136 64 16 2 2 0

AA RAA HM

Produce of Dam Produce of T-Triple-T Dundee Paige (A)147 Produce of T-Triple-T Dundee Paige (B) 63 Produce of Willowhaven Goldwyn Bliss 11 Produce of Tombeth Durham Ellen 7 Produce of Peace&Plenty Atwd Jubilant 2 Produce of Ruann Sidney Jean-85880-ET 1 Sr Best 3 Ferme Jacobs Triple-T Holsteins Kingsway Farms Mike & Julie Duckett Peace&Plenty Farms LLC Reyncrest

140 55 18 4 3 0

UAA RAA HM

UAA RAA HM

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Spring Heifer Calves 2

Jr. All-American

0 1 8

Reserve

Jenlar Solomon Mara, 3/4/2018 Sire: Walnut Lawn Solomon-ET Dam: Jenlar Atwood Magic VG-87 Bred & Owned by: Brianna J. Meyer, Chilton, WI

Red-Brae Doorman Theresa-ET, 3/1/2018 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Oakfield BKW Char Theron-ET VG-86 Elise & Brady Bleck, Glenbeulah, WI

Honorable Mention

Siemers Avch Haylina-ET, 3/16/2018 Sire: Dymentholm Mr App Avalanche-ET Dam: Siemers Dundee Haya 9652-ET EX-92 Jacob, Connor & Lauren Siemers, Newton, WI

Winter Heifer Calves Jr. All-American Reserve

Keystone Solomon Allstar, 12/2/2017 Sire: Walnutlawn Solomon-ET Dam: Keystone O Kaliber Alyssa VG-86 Ella M Hlavaty & Luke W Seipt, Lititz, PA

H O L S T E I N

Ms PG PV Beem Of Light-ET, 12/18/2017 Sire: Pol Butte MC Beemer Dam: Ms After Being Lucky-ET VG-86 H & H McIsaac & M, M & M Price, Martinton, IL

Honorable Mention

Pfaffsway Defiant Jen A, 12/2/2017 Sire: Scientific B Defiant-ET Dam: Pfaffsway Absolute J GP-82 Kole & Beau Trapp, Olivia Pfaff & Fred Ullom, Taylor, WI

A L L A M E R I C A N

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fall Heifer Calves

Jr. All-American

Reserve

Savage-Leigh Lalas First-ET, 9/3/2017 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Savage-Leigh Gold Lala-ET EX-90 Chase Savage, Union Bridge, MD

Knonaudale Snylodge Jasmine, 9/1/2017 Sire: Cycle Doorman Jacoby-ET Dam: Knonaudale Oshie VG-87 CAN Makayla & Kaleb Osinga, Hico, TX

Honorable Mention

Ryan-Vu Doorman Risin Shine, 9/4/2017 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Ryan-Geiger A Rising Star EX-94 Dylan & Cameron Ryan, Fond du Lac, WI

H summer yearlings O Jr. All-American L S T E I N W I N N E R S

Blondin Solomon Havana-ET, 6/2/2017 Sire: Walnutlawn Solomon-ET Dam: Hazels Sid Harriet-ET VG-85 CAN M, MJ & MJ Price & A & B Ekovich, Martinton, IL

Reserve

Petitclerc Solomon Ashlyn-ET, 6/1/2017 Sire: Walnutlawn Solomon-ET Dam: Petitclerc Dundee Amistie EX-90 CAN Brandon Almeida, Hilmar, CA

Honorable Mention

KnH Endres Diamondback Onya, 6/25/2017 Sire: Mr D Apple Diamondback-ET Dam: KnH Endres Atlantic Orlando EX-90 Mikayla Endres, Lone Rock, WI Holstein World | March 2019 | 28


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Spring yearlings 2

Jr. All-American

0 1 8

Reserve

Petitclerc Doorman Sapphire-ET, 3/11/2017 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Petitclerc Goldwyn Spady VG-85 CAN Grant Vosters, Freedom, WI

Plum-Line Extra Naughty, 3/3/2017 Sire: Blondin Lotus-ET Dam: Rolling-Spring Sid Ellen-ET EX-92 Brooke & John Carey, Titusville, PA

Honorable Mention

Stranshome Dempsey Tanielle, 3/2/2017 Sire: Lirr Drew Dempsey Dam: Ms Stranshome Top It Off-ET Joseph, Zach, Jerome & Darian Stransky, Owatonna, MN

Winter yearlings Jr. All-American

Budjon-Abbott Alexandra-ET, 12/2/2016 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Walk-Era Dundee Annelise EX-95 Kaelyn, Kenadee & Keegan Weigel, Platteville, WI

Reserve

Hatee Jacoby Paris, 12/2/2016 Sire: Cycle Doorman Jacoby-ET Dam: Hatee Atwood Penelope VG-88 CAN Alyson & Kenlee Phillips, Lingleville, TX

Honorable Mention

Heart&Soul Gold Runway, 12/3/2016 Sire: Mr Chassity Gold Chip-ET Dam: Heart&Soul Dempsey Roxstar EX-93 Matt Boop & Madison & F. Hayden Weaver, Millmont, PA

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fall yearlings

Jr. All-American

Reserve

Tombeth Ettakaw, 10/27/2016 Sire: Mr Atwood Brokaw Dam: Tombeth Boxer Etta-Star VG-88 Sarah Kearns, Gays Mills, WI

Kingsway Gold Chip Logic, 10/3/2016 Sire: Mr Chassity Gold Chip-ET Dam: Kingsway Windbrook Loreine EX-90 CAN Alyson & Kenlee Philips, Lingleville, TX

Honorable Mention

Sunnyside Nancy Doorman-ET, 10/25/2016 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Sunnyside Nelly Atwood EX-92 Joseph Schuh, Kaukauna, WI

H yearlings in milk O Jr. All-American L S T E I N

Reserve

Oakfield Solomon Lou-ET VG-87 Sire: Walnutlawn Solomon-ET Dam: Cowtown Durham Luella-ET EX-94 Derek George, Arcade, NY

Avalanch Fuji VG-87 CAN W Lellavan Sire: Dymentholme Mr App Avalanche-ET Lellavan Fever Fiji 2E-90 CAN I Dam: High Honorable Mention Brandon Almeida & F, C, A, L, J & H Borba, Hilmar, CA N Lyn-Vale Avalanch Rimona-ET VG-87 Sire: Dymentholme Mr App Avalanche-ET tion N Honorable Men Dam: Castleholm Regina-Red-ET EX-92 Melissa Sprecher, Sauk City, WI E Crave G W Atwood Peach-ET VG-88 Sire: Maple-Downs-I G W Atwood-ET R Dam: Crave Dusk Penny 6262 VG-88 Roseanne Crave, Waterloo, WI S Holstein World | March 2019 | 30


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Junior Two-Year-Olds 2

Jr. All-American

Reserve

Holbric GW Atwood A-Grain VG-89 Sire: Maple-Downs-I GW Atwood-ET Dam: Holbric McCutchen Asset Elena E. Olbrich, Harvard, IL

Roll-N-View Byway Lighting VG-88 Sire: OH-River-Syc Byway-ET Dam: Savage-Leigh Absolute Light VG-87 Exhibited by Allison Galton, now owned by Connor & Chase Savage, Union Bridge, MD

Honorable Mention

0 1 8

High Honorable Mention

Mead-Manor Def Adeline-Red VG-89 Sire: Scientific B Defiant-ET Dam: Mead-Manor ABS Adele-ET VG-85 Michael & Megan Moede, Algoma, WI Heart&Soul JK Dempsey Glitz VG-89 Sire: Lirr Drew Dempsey Dam: J&K-Vue Goldwyn Glamour-ET EX-96 Matthew D Boop, Millmont, PA

senior Two-Year-Olds Jr. All-American Reserve

St-Jacob Blake Angel VG-88 Sire: Walnutlawn Blake Dam: Milksource Dstry Allspice-ET 2E-95 Connor & Chase Savage, Union Bridge, MD

Pappys Doorman Rose-ET Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman Dam: Pappys Redliner Rosa EX-90 Alexis Papageorge, Farr West, UT

Honorable Mention

Erbacres Atwood Sabrina VG-88 Sire: Maple-Downs-I G W Atwood-ET Dam: Erbacres Soveriegn Sarah VG-88 Payton Erbsen, Lanark, IL

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junior three-year-olds

Jr. All-American

Reserve

Ms Hodglynn Brkw Bonus VG-88 Sire: Mr Atwood Brokaw-ET Dam: Cavanalak BG Bruin EX-94 Eva Doornik, Baldwin, WI

Butlerview Door Aleah-ET EX-92 Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: BVK Atwood Abrianna-ET EX-92 Christian Cunningham, Penngrove, CA

Honorable Mention

Synergy Anahiem Magnolia-ET EX-91 Sire: KHW Anahiem-ET Dam: Fustead Mccutch Margo-ET EX-91 M, C & E Jauquet & M, C & S Haack, Pulaksi, WI

H senior three-year-olds O Jr. All-American Reserve L S T E I N Ms Sherona-Hill Riddle-ET EX-91 W I N N E R S

Sire: Apples Absolute-Red-ET Dam: Sherona-Hill-JH Rachel-ET EX-91 Adam & Morgan Olbrich, Harvard, IL

Maple Wood Kingboy Lacey-ET EX-92 Sire: Morningview MCC Kingboy-ET Dam: Comstar Lautamai Man O Man-ET VG-87 CAN Jacob Siemers, Newton, WI

Honorable Mention

Vale-O-Skene Lauthority Kitty EX-91 Sire: Comestar Lauthority-ET Dam: Tiny Acres Dundee Kathleen 2E-92 CAN Kristopher Ackley, East Liberty, OH Savage-Leigh Gold Lala-ET EX-90 Sire: Braedale Goldwyn Dam: Savage-Leigh Leona-ET EX-96 Chase Savage, Union Bridge, MD

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Jr. All-American

four-year-olds 2

0 1 8

Reserve

Ryan-Vu Gchip Claudette-ET EX-94 Sire: Mr Chassity Gold Chip-ET Dam: Frozens Sanchez Claudia EX-90 Joseph T. Opsal, Blue Mounds, WI

Musthaven Goldwyn Jaelyn P EX-94 Sire: Braedale Goldwyn Dam: Musthaven Dannon Joriann P GP-82 CAN M, M & M Price & C Cunningham, Martinton, IL

Honorable Mention

Sunnyhome McCutchen Mildred EX-94 Sire: De-Su BKM Mccutchen 1174-ET Dam: Sunnyhome Dempsey Mildred VG-87 Connor K Erbsen, Lanark, IL

five-year-olds Jr. All-American

Butlerview GC Awesome EX-94 Sire: Mr Chassity Gold Chip-ET Dam: Ms Atwood Adrenaline EX-94 Grady & Lane Wendorf, Ixonia, WI

Honorable Mention

Reserve

Millbrooke Atwood Ooh La La EX-95 Sire: Maple-Downs-I G W Atwood-ET Dam: Millbrook Dolman Oshie 2E-93 CAN Regan Demmer, Peosta, IA

Honorable Mention

Al-Shar SDG Ms Erin-ET EX-92 Sire: Siemers Toys Hero 9701-ET Dam: Al-Shar SDG Ellie Mae-ET EX-92 Jordan T Zoellner, Groton, SD

Redtag Destry Sneezy-Red-ET EX-94 Sire: Scientific Destry Red-ET Dam: Rustowil Redliner Snowwhite-Red-ET VG-86 Chase Savage, Uninon Bridge, MD

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Aged Cows Reserve

Lovhill Braxton Funky-ET EX-95 Sire: Reagancrest S Braxton-ET Dam: Stanhope Felicia Dundee-ET 3E-91 CAN Joseph, Zach, Jerome & Darian Stransky, Owatonna, MN

Gamlake Destry Sallie EX-94 Sire: Scientific Destry-ET Dam: Gamlake Garrison Celeste EX-91 Samantha Gambonini, Petaluma, CA

Honorable Mention

Masal Sanchez Gail EX-94 Sire: Gen-Mark Stmatic Sanchez Dam: Masal Grand 4677 VG-85 Brant Gingerich & Brad & Sophia Fuhrmann, Millersburg, IN

H 150,000 Lb. cows O ll-American A . Jr L S T E I N W I N N E R S

Gildale Advent Primrose EX-95 Sire: KHW Kite Advent-ET Dam: Iowa-Hills Cousto Paris-ET EX-91 Kalista, Kaianne & Kaydence Hodorff, Eden, WI

Reserve

Sunrose Delaney EX-94 Sire: Reagancrest Dundee-ET Dam: Sunrose Black Ice Denise VG-88 Brant Gingerich, Millersburg, IN

Honorable Mention

Ocean-View Sterling Silver EX-94 Sire: Reagencrest S Braxton-ET Dam: Ocean-View Zenith Sassy EX-90 Mary & Naomi Scott, Westgate, IA

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Junior All-American Votes 2 t s 0 Junior Conte Spring Calves Jenlar Solomon Mara Red Brae Doorman Theresa-ET Siemers Avch Haylina-ET Lindlaur Diamondback Andie T-Triple-T Prime Suspect ZBW M KD Lori-ET

91 39 10 2 1 0

UAA RAA HM

Winter Calves Keystone Solomon Allstar Ms PG PV Beem of Light-ET Pfaffsway Defiant Jen A Ren-Bow Corvette Lollipop RJohn Prestige Champion-ET Fairmont Avalnche Amelia-ET

94 33 23 4 0 0

AA RAA HHM

Fall Calves Knonaudale Snylodge Jasmine Savage-Leigh Lalas First-ET Ryan-Vu Doorman Risin Shine Windy-Knoll-View Potatochip Ransom-Rail Adhere Willow Gabz Defiant Reagan Summer Yearlings Blondin Solomon Havana-ET Petitclerc Solomn Ashlyn-ET KnH-Endres Diamondback Onya Crowleyview Doorman Luxi Liddleholme Dback Thunder Heart&Soul JK DBack Gypsy

83 43 10 7 0 0 87 43 11 2 0 0

Spring Yearlings Petitclerc Doorman Sapphire-ET Plum-Line Extra Naughty Stranshome Dempsey Tanielle Bella-Ridge Beauty Queen Siemers Blake Glandeur-ET Heart&Soul JK Solmn Glitter Winter Yearlings Budjon-Abbott Alexandra-ET Hatee Jacoby Paris Heart&Soul Gold Runway Country Path Solo Perfume Toppglen Atwood Winner-ET Petitclerc Atwood Secret-ET

91 37 12 3 0 0

UAA RAA HM

91 36 12 3 1 0

UAA RAA HM

AA RAA HM

Fall Yearlings Kingsway Gold Chip Logic Tombeth Ettakaw Sunnyside Nancy Doorman-ET Lars-Acres Airlift Fareway Hodgons Clark Pearl Nobland Avalan Heartache-TW

91 37 11 3 1 0

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Yearlings in Milk Lellavan Avalanche Fuji Oakfield Solomon Lou-ET Lyn-Vale Avalanch Rimona-ET Crave G W Atwood Peach-ET Reyncrest Doorman Denali-ET KnH-Endres DB Jaycee-TW

94 23 21 16 0 0

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Jr. 2 Year Olds Roll-N-View Byway Lighting Holbric GW Atwood A-Grain Mead-Manor Def Adeline-Red Heart&Soul JK Dempsey Glitz Ms Silks Archrival Sassy-ET Ms Tora-Ranway Whiterose-ET

86 35 23 10 0 0

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Sr. 2 Year Olds St-Jacob Blake Angel Pappys Doorman Rose-ET Erbacres Atwood Sabrina Stempfle Doorman Glimmer JK-Stranshome Defiant Sassy

94 46 13 1 0

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Jr. 3 Year Olds Butlerview Door Aleah-ET Ms Hodglynn Brkw Bonus Synergy Anahiem Magnolia-ET Holbric Spa Chisel-Red Jerland Sh Goldwyn Gin-ET Biercrest Chelios Tanysha

98 35 16 5 0 0

Sr. 3 Year Olds Mapel Wood Kingboy Lacey-ET Ms Sherona-Hill Riddle-ET Vale-O-Skene Lauthority Kitty Savage-Leigh Gold Lala-ET Joliam R Penny 4751-ET Lars-Acres GWAtwd Landi-ET

98 28 20 8 0 0

4 Year Olds Musthaven Goldwyn Jaelyn P Ryan-Vu Gchip Claudette-ET Sunnyhome McCutchen Mildred Plum-Line Reginald Velour Beckholm Goldwyn Latona Mission-Bell Pitbull Oneida

91 33 9 6 4 0

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5 Year Olds Butlerview GC Awesome Millbrooke Atwood Ooh La La Al-Shar SDG Ms Erin-ET Red Tag Destry Sneezy-Red-ET Webb View Betsy Sanchez Ms Andis GW Astra-ET

98 36 8 8 4 0

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Aged Cows Gamlake Destry Sallie Lovhill Braxton Funky-ET Masal Sanchez Gail Lantland Molson Cheddar Liddleholme-Y HG Rae-ET Erbacres Atwood Minnie

98 38 13 4 1 0

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150,000lb Cows Gildale Advent Primrose Sunrose Delaney Ocean-View Sterling Silver Pappys Goldwyn Natasha-ET Holbric Bolton Blanket Hosto Glen Skittles

98 36 13 5 0 0

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I n V itro F ertilization vs C onventional F lushing the reality of where we are Ovum pickup and Vitro fertilization in cattle is, as of 2017, accounting for about half of the embryos transferred in the United States. So we thought it might be instructive to lay out what might be a reasonable list of expectations for a producer and informed questions to ask, while considering IVF.

Why do IVF versus conventional flush? Conventional flush requires the donor be open and also requires that she be over 50 – 60 days postpartum. The donor needs to have a healthy reproductive tract so that normal embryo fertilization and development can occur. IVF can be done on open and pregnant cows (up to about 120 days pregnant). It can be used successfully in donors with damaged reproductive tracts. IVF can also be used with success on pre-pubertal heifers.

Why do conventional flush over IVF? Conventional flush is quite dependable. Day in and day out, it works. It works in cold weather as well as warm. Facilities, heating, etc., are much less an issue with conventional flushing as opposed to IVF. In short, conventional is easier. In terms of calves on the ground, a conventional flush will give a greater percentage of live calves 48 hours post calving per procedure (that’s one of my goal posts to judge success) than IVF per embryos placed in recipient females. This is true comparing fresh conventional to fresh IVF and frozen conventional to frozen IVF.

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between zero and 40+ per episode. One can IVF a donor every two weeks or so. The average number of viable embryos will be four to six with a variation between zero and 40+ per episode, much like conventional. Realize that the results of IVF production can be a little rockier than conventional ET. A viable IVF embryo needs to appear as a visually better quality embryo than a conventional embryo to obtain equivalent results. Generally, older cows perform better with IVF compared to younger (< than a year) females. Pregnant females perform better than open females on the whole. By perform, I mean more high quality oocytes per collection and a better conversion of oocytes to embryos. In general, I figure about one-third of total recovered oocytes will turn into high-quality embryos a week after initial oocyte recovery. This can vary greatly with donor health and environment, mating sire used, trauma to oocytes during collection and ET centers. Eared (Zebu) origin cattle tend to produce more oocytes per IVF cycle than European cattle breeds, and thus more high-quality embryos per cycle. Some instances where IVF fits in well would be with pregnant or damaged donors. Sexed semen can be utilized very efficiently with IVF so that one straw can do potentially several donors. Another area of application is where a producer doesn’t want to lose ground with cows reproductively; so instead of flushing a cow multiple times and having a heavy open cow 200 – 250 days in milk, the cow can either be flushed once at say 60 DIM then bred and IVFd up until say 120 days bred. This works well, potentially yielding many high quality embryos.

What does a producer need to know in evaluating IVF frozen embryos vs conventional frozen embryos? When buying frozen embryos,

By Dr. Patrick Comyn, DVM regardless of embryo collection type, it is a really good idea to obtain the recovery/ freezing form. This you can give to your ET practitioner to help decide a synchronization plan for your recipient cows. Recipients receiving IVF embryos need a 7.5 – 8 day interval from standing heat to implant, whereas conventional embryos are a bit more forgiving. The labeling on the straw plug (and the paperwork) should indicate if conventional or IVF and if normal or gender selected semen was used to create these embryos. The fertility of direct thaw (DT ) conventional frozen embryos is usually pretty good, exceeding 50%, rivaling or exceeding AI. Practitioner experience, actual quality grade of embryos, recipient health and nutritional status, effectiveness of the recipient synchronization protocol all play into the final calve out rate. Frozen number one grade IVF DT embryos will usually yield a lower percentage of live calves than an equal number of frozen number one grade conventional DT embryos. Fresh IVF embryos perform pretty well compared to fresh conventional embryos. Ideally an embryo transfer program will do the best for a producer by utilizing both conventional flushing and IVF. The two approaches have different strengths and really complement each other. Also IVF aspiration can be done on the farm (the author does) so one doesn’t have to travel to an IVF center to employ this technology. In my protocol for my own animals (dairy and beef ) is I’ll start an ET program with conventional flushing then breed and utilize IVF if I want more pregnancies by that particular donor. There are some things to consider with IVF and conventional ET. The first thing is how to start predicting outcomes. By this I mean that the cow can make no more oocytes or embryos than she has follicles on her ovaries. Cows/heifers with a low follicular count (done by ultrasound imaging of


ovaries) will yield a low number of oocytes or embryos. This is a good thing to be aware of because this gives one guidance as to expectations of success and how to gauge such expectations. As Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve already wrote, the American Embryo Transfer Association (AETA) collects data each year from AETA certified ET practitioners including number of flushes by breed type, IVF aspirations, results, etc. The average number of viable embryos collected per conventional flush per heifer is @ 5 +- 0.5 embryos. In cows the average number is 6 +- .5. With IVF, oocyte recovery in European type cattle (bos taurus) was about 15 oocytes per session. With average viable embryo production of 33% of oocyte production, this yields about five embryos per session. Females with more follicles on the ovaries will make more embryos. So this can be used as a good screening tool. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll caution the reader that young heifers (< 12 mo) can be complicated. A lot of times they will perform well for the first flush or IVF then become pretty limited in production until they become pregnant. Once pregnant they can perform decently in terms of embryo production. Either with beef or dairy females, they will do better once they calve out the first time.

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2018 All-American Fall Yearling

A big thank you to Elisha’s breeder, the Natzke family of Fond du Lac, WI for showing and caring for Elisha all the way through EXPO. NDIRA, Inc. FBO Richard J. Denier – Roth IRA (831) 238-0102 rjd.denier@gmail.com

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Valleyville Goldwyn Bissy Mapleley Goldwyn Julia Idee Windbrook Lynzi EX-95 Midas Touch Jedi Jangle Pierstein Cicero Timeout EX-94 (MS:95) VG-89 2Yr VG-89 (MS:90) All-Can., Res. All-American & Tout-Quebec 2017 VG-89 (max score) st Res. All-Can. 2016 & 2018 All-Can., All-American & Tout-Quebec 2018 2nd Jr 2-Yr-Old 2018 Res. All-Can. Sr 3-Yr-Old 2017 1 Jr 3-Yr-Old & nd st 2018 2018 2 Sr 3-Yr-Old 1 Sr 3-Yr-Old & Intermediate Champ. Intermediate Champion 2017 GLPIM 3193 DGV 3270 Intermediate Champion & 2018 1st Choice from Bissy sells 1st choice MAS from Julia sells 2nd 4-Yr-Old 1st Choice King Doc from Jangle Grand Champ. Trois-Rivières 2017 at National Convention Sale at National Convention Sale 1st Choice Sidekick from Lynzi sells sells at National Convention Sale Find your next Timeout at National Convention Sale in the Spring Revelation Sale

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By Dr. Michael Bolton, Dairy Technical Services Manager, Merck Animal Health Sponsored by:

SUCCESSFUL STOCKMANSHIP MAKES THE DIFFERENCE

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f you’ve been around livestock your entire life, stockmanship likely comes to you intuitively. But for others, it’s a necessary skill that must be acquired for the health of the animals and success of the dairy. Stockmanship training helps employees understand how cattle differ from humans in their responses and behaviors. It helps create an awareness of how the animal handler’s actions impact the animal they are trying to manage. Knowing why “cows act like cows” will help you achieve successful stockmanship through the entire workforce. Applying good dairy stockmanship techniques can make a significant difference – fewer injuries to livestock and their handlers, improved cattle responsiveness, and increased feed consumption that equates to healthier and more productive animals – all of which result in a more successful, profitable operation.

PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT

Good dairy stockmanship starts with a team approach, proper training and dedicated time to getting it right. Animals also need time to ‘get it right’ and to understand what is expected of them when being handled. Cow communication begins with understanding the cow’s flight zone, or personal space. Each animal’s flight zone is different. By understanding where and how to engage the zone and points of balance, the animal will move where you’d like her to with only minimal verbal communication. Cows form their trust of humans from their first experiences and do not forget adverse treatment quickly. There is strong scientific support that low-stress handling and proper stockmanship skills are not only the right thing to do for the animals’ welfare but also for their productivity and the profitability of the dairy.

WHY COWS ACT LIKE COWS

There are three primary reasons why “cows act like cows.” It is because of 1) their anatomy; 2) their instincts; and 3) their life experiences. Cows see and hear differently than we do and therefore, process sights and sounds differently. They rely primarily on panoramic vision that only allows them to see Holstein World | March 2019 | 46

the majority of their environment with very limited depth perception. Imagine walking without being able to see your feet. Due to this unique vision, as well as their evolution as “prey” animals, cattle prefer to follow others, walk into light instead of dark and flee before exploring what danger may exist. Animals’ experiences are possibly the most important aspect for animal caretakers to take into account when learning proper stockmanship skills. Cattle have great memories and are also able to understand your feelings and body language. The more positive interactions cattle have with caretakers, the better their memories will be and, in turn, the better they will respond when they are handled in a slow, low-stress manner.

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Merck Animal Health offers several training modules at no cost through their Dairy Care365® program, available in English and in Spanish, on stockmanship, including: • Introduction to Dairy Stockmanship presents the basic principles of stockmanship and teaches employees how to effectively communicate with cows so they can move cattle in a positive manner. • Moving Cows to the Milking Parlor explains how to safely and effectively move dairy cows to and from the milking parlor to ensure they stay calm and relaxed throughout the entire milking process. • Low-Stress Handling of Dairy Calves and Heifers focuses on teaching dairy farm personnel to develop dairy handling skills that are shared by owners, management and workers. • Handling Non-Ambulatory Cows is designed to develop the skills needed to respond to a down cow emergency. These modules, which are approximately 20 minutes in length, feature real on-farm settings to provide a realistic representation of how cows behave and react to their surroundings. After watching each module, participants are


prompted to take a quiz to test their knowledge. With at least 80 percent correct, a personalized certificate of completion can be printed. Each module has an accompanying customizable standard operating procedure (SOP) template that outlines how animals should be handled to optimize their health and well-being. The templates begin with guiding principles for each topic and are followed with sections to help dairies work their veterinarians to develop best practices on their own unique set-ups, experiences and goals. To get started with the Dairy Care365 series, visit Training.DairyCare365.com. You can also contact a Merck Animal Health representative or email DairyCare365@merck. com for more information. The goal of sound stockmanship is to establish a longterm partnership between humans and cattle. As such, routine training for employees and practice of these skills

is essential. It takes work and practice, but as they say, practice makes perfect.

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YDLI Class 11 Completes Phase 1

Young Dairy Leaders Institute Completes Phase I

Sixty young adults from the United States, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico stormed Phoenix, Ariz., February 6-9, as Class 11 of the Young Dairy Leaders Institute (YDLI) assembled. YDLI is the cornerstone program of the Holstein Foundation. Phase I Sessions Phase I kicked off with a pre-conference tour of Danzeisen Dairy and Arizonia Dairy Company, two operations local to the Phoenix area. The sessions were thought provoking and invigorated YDLIers to challenge themselves, become more self-aware, develop their core story, and learn how to engage with a diverse consumer audience. Phase I presenters included Jill Tomac, business consultant and speaker; Galen

Emanuele, president of Shift Yes. YDLI advisory board members Laura Daniels and Jolene Griffin and Michele Ruby, communications consultant, rounded out the outstanding lineup. The class put their newly learned skills to use in the field, talking to consumers on the Arizona State University campus. They visited with more than 200 people, to find out their perceptions about how food is produced in this country, how they believe animals are cared for by farmers, and more. The Holstein Foundation also recognized Class 2 graduate, Rebecca Long Chaney as 2018 Distinguished Alumni Leader. She is the author of an agriculture educational book series, "The Chaney Twins' Ag Books" and a freelance journalist. Phase II is underway – the class is working on community outreach projects. Then, during Phase III, held in February 2020, each class member will give a presentation on their projects. Workshops will cover group leadership skills such as media training, conflict resolution, and influencing public policy. Program Impact After the class, members had plenty to say about YDLI in their feedback surveys: · “A program to make me feel excited to

go home and be a better dairy producer and person – renewed energy!” · “YDLI has helped me be more aware and think more about how I impact others with my actions.” · “An inspiring week full of encouragement and personal growth.” · “YDLI has introduced me to a diverse group of dairy leaders from across the country – this group will be a great support network.” Learn more about the week’s sessions and the YDLI program at official YDLI blog, http://ydli.blogspot.com. Applications for YDLI Class 12 will be due August 1, 2020. To sign-up for an email notification when applications are available, visit www.holsteinfoundation.org/YDLI/ ydli.html. About YDLI The Young Dairy Leaders Institute, a program of the Holstein Foundation, is a nationally recognized three-phase leadership and communication skills development program for young adults working in the dairy industry. YDLI's three-phase approach ensures participants develop necessary leadership skills, apply those skills in real-life scenarios, and then focus on the benefit of influential leadership.

Front row: Elizabeth Byers-Doten, Amy Brickner, Sara Horst, Georgina Gutierrez, Kelsey Neckers, Taylor Leach, Kadie Zinke, Sarah Radachy, Lacey Papageorge, Alisa Wood, Cassie Endres, Vanessa Crowley, Jacquelyn Sherry, Cara Biely, Lidia Pedrozo, Jade Kruschke, Laurie Pilgram, Kelsey Collins, Rachel Holtz. Middle row: Chandler Stevens, Margaret Quaassdorff, Eli Caldera, Katie Brown, Jessica Dizek, Nathan Ulmer, Tyler Boyd, Heather Shinn, Bo Harstine, Paige Roberts, Alyssa Snyder, Matt Simon, Kameron Peschel, Ben Kinnard, Ellen Cushing, Rocco Cunningham, Ben Smith, Connor McCluskey, Gearet FitzPatrick, Keith Gibson, Timothy Stender, Brad Warmka. Back row: Henning Haaren, Sage Gray, Pat Wiltzius, Jackie Munson, Emilie Mulligan, Megan Smith, Ashley Mohn, Michelle Halpin, Kendra Kissane, Ashley Lansdowne, Anne Davison, Tyler Chupp, Laura Shoemaker, Kelly Lee Reynolds, Ashley Martin, Carlos Alberto Perez Perez, Sarah Nugent, Jess Peter, Christine Leonard. Photo submitted.

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The RED BLOODLINES Issue No. 186 | All American Results Issue | March 2019

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Association News................................................................................... 5-6 Calendar of Events....................................................................................4 Hannah's Headlines...................................................................................7 Cow & Heifer of the Year.................................................................10-12 All Americans & Jr All Americans..................................................13-32

Advertiser Index Dayspring Holsteins.................................................................... 7 Kara-Kesh Holsteins.................................................................. 11 Kress-Hill Dairy.......................................................................... 9 Oakfield Corners Dairy................................................................ 3 Opsal & Ballweg.......................................................................... 8 Rocky Run Farms........................................................................ 2 Select Sires............................................................................... 34 Swanee Acres............................................................................ 10

the R W D C A Red & White Dairy Cattle Association

PO Box 579 Watertown, WI 53704 Email: rwdcainfo@gmail.com Fax: 608-299-0800 Phone: 608-790-5595

Website: www.RedandWhiteCattle.com Find us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/RWDCA THE RED BLOODLINES is published 5 times per year in January/February, March, Spring, Fall, Winter and is the official publication of the RWDCA.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Printed in USA) US Regular $30 US 1st Class Mail $45 Canada (US Funds) $35 International (US Funds) $75 MEMBERSHIP RATES (includes subscription) US $55 US + First Class Mailing $70 US Junior $25 US Junior + subscription $45 Canada (US Funds) $60 International (US Funds) $100 VISA/MASTERCARD/DISCOVER ACCEPTED

The OFFICERS President: Doug Lyons Vice-President: Jason Miley Secretary: Pam Morse Treasurer: Sarah Wendorf Promotions: Mandy Sell

The DIRECTORS TERMS EXPIRE 2019 Rodney Bonhoff N4297 Cedar Lane Road Plymouth, WI 53073 920-918-2532 Doug Lyons 131 Military Rd. Castalia, IA 52133 563-419-0275  lyonsdl@acegroup.cc

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UPCOMING SHOWS, SALES & EVENTS March 28, 2019- Spring Dairy Expo R&W Show, Columbus, OH March 30, 2019- Best of Luck-E, Hampshire, IL April 6, 2019- International Spring Red & White Show, Syracuse, NY Judge: Nathan Thomas April 6, 2019- 19th Badger Invitational, Madison, WI April 13, 2019- Heatherstone Enterprises Dispersal, Baraboo, WI April 26, 2019- Midwest Spring Red & White Show, Madison, WI Judge: Jeff Brown May 4, 2019- The Stars of Liddleholme Spring Opportunity Sale, Argyle, NY May 18, 2019- Oakfield Corners Spring Sensation Sale, Oakfield, NY May 28, 2019- Wilstar Complete Dispersal, Poy Sippi, WI June 23, 2019- RWDCA Annual Meeting, Appleton, WI .August 26, 2019- Midwest Fall Red & White Show, St Paul, MN September 16, 2019- Premier National Red & White Junior Show, Harrisburg, PA September 18, 2019- All American Red & White Show, Harrisburg, PA October 3-4, 2019- International Red & White Show, Madison, WI Judge: Jamie Black

TERMS EXPIRE 2020 Jason Miley 6745 Matty Rd. West Salem, OH 44287 330-466-8509  jasonmiley11@gmail.com Pam Morse 1390 Orchard Hill Road Troy, PA 16947 570-337-0653  pam_morse@yahoo.com TERMS EXPIRE 2021 Ryan Griffin 19436 220th St NE Thief River Falls, MN 56701 507-269-4640  karakesh5@hotmail.com Bonnie Van Dyk 931 140th Ave. New Richmond, WI 54017 715-220-6612  bvandyk23@hotmail.com Sarah Wendorf W22354 Evergreen Rd. Ixonia, WI 53036 920-474-3735  troystransport@yahoo.com

The COVER Think Spring! A group of Red & Whites enjoying the sunshine and green grass! Photo by Mandy Sell

The officers, directors and employees of the RWDCA do not necessarily agree with the opinions expressed in The Red Bloodlines. The RWDCA is in no way responsible for information contained in advertising in The Red Bloodlines.

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From the President Hello Red & White Enthusiasts! Hello from the snowy tundra of Iowa. Actually I don’t know of a state in the Midwest right now that isn’t covered in neck-deep snow with cold temperatures. But rest assured, spring is coming! My sister, who resides in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, phoned me during the February 20th snow storm that she had just spotted her first robin. Just three more “snows” to go they say. I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the entire group of All American and Junior All American nominees. What a tremendous group of Red and White animals. I hope you enjoyed looking them over in the last edition of the Holstein World and I look forward to seeing the winners in this edition. Please share your comments and suggestions with either myself or a board member regarding this cost saving measure to join with Holstein World to promote our Red and Whites. The RWDCA Board met on January 11 and 12, 2019, in Madison with the main agenda items being budget, fiscal responsibility to members and viability of our association. Many ideas and suggestions were brought forth for discussion and as a result the following will be implemented: •

RWDCA will no longer have a regular employee. The RWDCA phone and fax number(s), current mail/email addresses, website and Facebook pages will remain the same. These duties will now be handled by officers and members of the RWDCA board.

U.S. Membership was set at $45, a decrease of $10.

All American and Junior All American contests will continue as they currently do.

Show coverage will be handled by one or more of the following: (1) board member, (2) show committee member, (3) breed representative appointed by the board.

The Bloodlines publication is currently suspended while other cost saving options are explored. We want to provide the best, affordable advertising we can for our association and its members. A quarterly newsletter will be sent to members and made available on our website. We are scheduled for two (2) publications within the Holstein World magazine.

As we prepare for our June 2019 national convention in Wisconsin, please consider seeking a board of director position or joining one of our committees. Our membership is important and I want you to be able to share in the excitement of this breed and lead our association forward. Thank you, Doug Lyons President, Red & White Dairy Cattle Association

Correction Pa-Lyn-Leigh A Liquor-Red, 3/1/2018 National: 1st PNJS, PA Kaleigh Lynn & Colton Wayne Hartman Saint Thomas, PA

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The Buzz Around the Water Cooler Greetings Red & White Friends! As you may already know, there are some changes here at RWDCA, and this will be my last letter to you! I've enjoyed meeting you all and working with you and it's been a great ride! I can't help but think of how far we have come as a breed. You should be proud! It's amazing how I listen to my Grandpa tell me that when he started farming nobody would want red & whites and they would call him and he would 'throw the kids in the car and go and pick them up!' Now, people are so very excited when their favorite black & white cow gives them a red and white heifer calf! I encourage you all to share your ideas with our Board of Directors to help them move this association forward. This issue features our 42nd All American contest & Junior All American contest results. We again had another great contest with incredible quality from end to end. This issue is again inserted into the Holstein World, it's been a great relationship and a great way to maximize our exposure! The Wisconsin RWDCA group will be holding our Annual Meeting in Appleton, Wisconsin on June 23rd. Mark your calendars! I would like to thank all of the people who helped me in the past few years! THANK YOU!

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Greetings, Fellow Red and White enthusiasts! Congratulations to all of the All-American and Junior All-American winners for this past year! Impressed would be an understatement when it comes to the quality of the contest this year! It is quite the honor to be named such a high title in the Red and White breed. It is March and almost time for the spring shows and sales, which is one of my most favorite times of the year! I will be traveling to Madison, Wisconsin for the Midwest Spring Red and White show this year, which is being held on April 26, 2019. I hope to see many of you there! Good luck to all those exhibiting at the other spring shows, though I will not be attending. As spring comes around, I realize I only have a few more months of my reign. Never underestimate the saying, “Time flies when you’re having fun.” However, it is also the time of year to start thinking: Who will be the next RWDCA Queen? If you know someone who would be a great representative for the breed or if you are interested, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me and I will be happy to answer any questions you may have! The best way to reach me is through my National Red and White Queen page on Facebook. With Warm Regards, Hannah Nelson National Red & White Queen

New for 2019 A Summer Junior Two Year old Class has been officially added to the International Red & White Show at World Dairy Expo! Animals born June 1, 2017- August 31, 2017 are eligible. Coming soon to a Summer and Fall Show near you! The Summer Junior Two year old class will also be added to the All American and Junior All American Contest! Questions contact the RWDCA Board of Directors at rwdcainfo@gmail.com/608.790.5595

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Looking for potential RWDCA Queen Candidates Are you interested in promoting the Red & White breed? Want the best seat in the house at all of the big shows? Check out the National RWDCA Queen program! Application found at www.RedandWhiteCattle.com DEADLINE: MAY 1

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2019 RWDCA Awards Larry Moore Master Breeder Award Award presented to a person who is a member of the RWDCA, who has done an outstanding job of breeding a herd of Red & White cattle, supported RWDCA programs and endeavored to promote and advance the Red & White cow. Age of recipient to be at the discretion of the Awards Committee. J.P. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Docâ&#x20AC;? Ostrander Young Breeder Award Award presented to a person who is a member of the RWDCA, who has done an outstanding job of breeding a herd of Red & White cattle, supported RWDCA programs and endeavored to promote and advance the Red & White Cow. Age of recipient to be at the discretion of the Awards Committee. Junior Breeder Award Award presented to a person who is a member of the RWDCA, who has done an outstanding job of breeding and developing a herd of Red & White cattle, supported RWDCA programs and endeavored to promote and advance the Red & White cow. Recipient must be no more than 21 years of age. Don Albrecht Distinguished Service Award Award presented to a person that has contributed greatly to the success and promotion of the Red & White cow. Award in memory of Don Albrecht who contributed greatly to the betterment of the RWDCA until his untimely death. Gary Mayhew Keystone Award Award to recognize grassroots members who have given dedicated support to the Red & White breed and the RWDCA. Award in memory of Gary Mayhew who strongly promoted Red & Whites and provided service to the RWDCA and RWDCA members. RWDCA Award Nomination Form Submission Deadline: Must be received by May 1st Applying for: _____ Master Breeder _______ Young Breeder ______ Junior Breeder _____Albrecht Service______ Keystone Please include the following information of the nominee: Name, Farm Name, Address, Email, Phone Number Please provide a brief description of the contributions to the red breed of the nominee that qualify them for the award. Please provide contact information of one person that can provide further information about the nominee. *THIS PERSON WILL BE CONTACTED TO FILL OUT A MORE IN DEPTH NOMINATION FORM* -Mail to RWDCA office: PO Box 579, Watertown, WI 53094 Email to: rwdcainfo@gmail.com Red Bloodlines 9| Holstein Holstein World World | March | March 2019 2019 | 57 | 57


Junior Cow of the Year The 2018 Red & White Junior Cow of the of the Year has been named! Mead-Manor Def Adeline-Red topped the contest with 38% of the vote.

Adeline is Bred and Owned by Michael & Megan Moede, Algoma, WI. by Defiant, Adeline's pedigree goes back to Ms Kingstead Chief Adeen. She is classified VG-89. Adeline's success includes being named the Unanimous Junior All American Junior Two year old and the All American Junior Two year old. She was also named the Grand Champion of the WI Championship R&W Show and Supreme Champion of the Wisconsin Junior State Fair and nominated Junior All American Black & White. RedHolstein Bloodlines World 10 | Holstein March 2019 World | 58|March 2019 | 58


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Cow & Heifer of the Year

Photo Credits: Cybil Fisher & Dusty Boots Photography.

The votes are in and MS Kress-Hill Saphire-Red was named the 2018 Red & White Open & Junior Heifer of the Year! Saphire earned a whopping 60% of the votes in both the Open & Junior Heifer of the year contest. The fall calf, Saphire, is no stranger to the winner's circle, being named the Junior Champion of the International Red & White Junior Show and Open Show at World Dairy Expo and the All American & Junior All American Fall calf. Saphire was also named the first ever Supreme Heifer of the Junior Show at World Dairy Expo!

Saphire is exhibited by Owen & Kendyll Kress and Savanah Barts of Newton, WI.

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Oakfield A Shampagne-Red is the winner of the 2018 Red & White Cow of the Year contest, she received 74% of the votes! Shampagne is owned by Westcoast Holsteins, Chilliwack, BC, Canada

Shampagne, a Mr Apples Armani-ET daughter, was named the Grand Champion of the International Red & White Show. That win wasn't Shampagne's first win, she was the 1st place Junior Two year old at the International Red & White show in 2017 and named Unanimous All American Junior Two-Year-Old. Shampagne was also named the All American Junior Three-Year-Old in 2018.


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Spring Heifer Calves 0 1 Reserve

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Firewall Elegant Flower-Red, 3/1/2018 Sire: Cycle McGucci Jordy-Red Dam: Merrillea Malone Ellie-Red Bred by: S Merrill & B Bossard & J Winton, Fayette, NY Owned & Exhibited by Jason Swanson, Capron, IL

Ms Hot Off The Press-Red, 3/8/2018 Sire: Dymentholm Mr App Avalanche-TW Dam: Starmark AD Hotstuff-Red-ET Bred By: N Thomas, M Heath & W Iager, North Lewisburg, OH Owned & Exhibited by: Westcoast Holsteins, Chilliwack, BC, Canada

Honorable Mention

Crescentmead Drama Queen-Red, 3/1/2018 Sire: Cycle McGucci Jordy-Red Dam: Crescentmead Dukn Donut-Red Bred , Owned & Exhibited by: Grady & Lane Wendorf, Ixonia, WI

Winter Heifer Calves

Unanimou s All-American

OCD Jordy Lochness-Red-ET, 12/5/2017 Sire: Cycle McGucci Jordy-Red Dam: Kevetta Rdbrst Lucious-Red Bred, Owned & Exhibited by: Oakfield Corners Dairy, Oakfield, NY

Reserve

Ms Luncrest Ali-1949-Red-ET, 12/5/2017 Sire: Dyemntholm Mr App Avalanche-TW Dam: Gen-I-Beq Snowman Akilane-ET Bred by: Luncrest Owned & Exhibited by: M Hawbaker, D&B Borba & Parrabel Genetics, Clear Spring, MD

Honorable Mention

OCD Jordy Lampchop-Red-ET, 12/8/2017 Sire:Cycle McGucci Jordy-Red Dam: Kevetaa Rdnrst Lucious-Red Bred, Owned & Exhibited by: Oakfield Corners Dairy, Oakfield, NY Holstein World | March 2019 | 61 Red Bloodlines 13| Holstein World | March 2019 | 61

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2 0 fall Heifer Calves 1 American llA 8 A L L A M E R I C A N R E D & W H I T E

Ms Kress-Hil Saphire-Red-ET, 9/11/2017 Sire: Dymentholm Mr App Avalanche-TW Dam: Siemers Destry Sunny-Red-ET Bred by: Gage Lisowe, Owen & Kendyll Kress and James Jens, Newton, WI Owned & exhibited by: Owen & Kendyll Kress & Savanah Barts, Newton, WI

Reserve

Synergy Jordys Spike-Red-ET, 9/1/2017 Sire: Cycle McGucci Jordy-Red Dam: Synergy Always Smokin-Red Bred, Owned & Exhibited by: Mason, Carter & Evan Jauquet & Mikayla, Carmen and Spencer Haack, Pulaski, WI

Honorable Mention

Siemers Jordy Jewels-Red-ET, 11/1/2017 Sire: Cycle McGucci Jordy-Red Dam: Fradon Redman Jubilee-Red Bred by: Siemers Holstein Farm, Newton, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Jacob, Connor and Lauren Siemers, Newton, WI

Unanimou s All-American

Summer Yearlings Reserve

St-Jacob Lady Stark-Red-ET, 6/1/2017 Sire: Mr Ansly Addiction-P-Red-ET Dam: Sunnylodge M B Leona-Red-ET Bred by: St Jacobs ABS, Inc, Deforest, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Kayla Umbel, Emmitsburg, MD

Rosedale Avala Lollipop-Red, 7/3/2017 Sire: Mr Dymentholm Mr App Avalanche-ET Dam: Rosedale Lucky-Rose-Red Bred by: Rosedale Genetics, Ltd, Oxford, WI Exhibited by: Oakfield Corners Dairy, Oakfield, NY Owned by: London Dairy International & Clark Valley, Marietta, NY Entourage-LC CP Frolic-Red-ET, 6/18/2017 Sire: Sandy-Valley Crown P-Red-ET Dam: Jo-Lan Contendr Fire-Red-ET Bred by: Entrourage-LC, Gaithersburg, MD Owned & Exhibited by: Mike & Vanessa Uber, Mercer, PA

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Honorable Mention


Unanimou s All-American

Weeberlac Tickle Me-Red-ET, 3/1/2017 Sire: Dymentholm Mr App Avalanche-TW Dam: Smygwatys Goldwyn Toad-ET Bred by: Tim, Diane & Scott Groniger, Carlsbad Spring, ON, Canada Owned & Exhibited by: Alyson Philips, Stephenville, TX

Spring yearlings Reserve

Glaustar Jacot Majesty-Red, 5/15/2017 Sire: FG Jacot-Red-ET Dam: EastWest Destry McKeena-Red Bred By: Lookout & Glaustar, Canton De Hatley, QC Owned & Exhibited by: Lookout, Glaustar, Fraley & F&D Borba, Canton De Hatley, QC

Honorable Mention

Liddleholme Antice-Red-ET, 3/4/2017 Sire: Hylite Barbwire-Red-ET Dam: Ms Apples Aileen-ET Bred by: Anthony Liddle, Argyle, CT Owned & Exhibited by: Allyn, Wolfe, Hawbaker, Hullcrest & D&N Schirm, Canaan, CT

winter yearlings

Unanimou s All-American

Dayspring Dimond Jingle-Red, 12/17/2016 Sire: Mr D Apple Diamondback-ET Dam: A-K-Mohr RU Joyful-Red Bred, Owned & Exhibited by: Caleb McGee, Clearfield, PA

Reserve

JOBO DB Maisie-Red, 12/11/2016 Sire: Mr D Apple Diamondback-ET Dam: Rag-Mer Mirabella-Red-ET Bred by: JoBo Farm, LLC, Gettysburg, PA Owned & Exhibited by: Alisa Louise Mercuro, Rocky Ridge, MD

2 0 1 8 A L L A M E R I C A N R E D & W H I T E

W Honorable Mention I N Opsal Diamndback Madison-Red, 12/4/2016 Sire: Mr D Apple Diamondback-ET N Dam: Opsal Redbrst Maddie-Red-ET Bred by: Joshua Thad Opsal, Blue Mounds, WI E Owned & Exhibited by: Joseph Troy Opsal, Blue Mounds, WI R Red Bloodlines 13 | Holstein World | March February 2019 2019 | 63 | 63 S Red Bloodlines 15 | Holstein World | March 2019 | 63


2 0 1 8 A L L A M E R I C A N R E D & W H I T E

Fall yearlings

Unanimou s All-American

Entourage-LC Felicia-Red-ET, 9/5/2016 Sire: Mr Hotstuffs Hypnotic-ET Dam: Jo-Lan Contender Fire-Red-ET Bred by: Entourage-LC, Gaithersburg, MD Owned & Exhibited by: Kadyn Gibson, Ken Homolya & Lukas Schmitt, Eminence, KY

Reserve

Borderview Luchesse-Red-ET 9/2/2016 Sire: Mr Ansly Addiction-P-Red-ET Dam: Sunnylodge M B Leona-Red-ETS Bred by: St Jacobs ABS, Inc, Deforest, WI Exhibited by: Amelia Sammetinger, Wapakoneta, OH Now Owned by: Westcoast Holsteins, Chilliwack, BC, Canada

Honorable Mention

Sun-Made Crave Drn Diane-ET, 9/5/2016 Sire: Mr Hotstuffs Hypnotic-ET Dam: Jo-Lan Contender Fire-Red-ET Bred by: Entourage-LC, Gaithersburg, MD Owned & Exhibited by: Hadley Olt & Brilee Tucker, Greensburg, KY

Unanimou s All-American

Ms-AOL DB Raspberry-Red-ET, 9/2/2016

milking milking Yearlings Yearlings Reserve

Flower-Brook Flower-BrookCoral-Red-ET, Coral-Red-ET,9/1/2016 9/1/2016 Sire: Sire:Dymentholm DymentholmMr MrApp AppAvalanche-TW Avalanche-TW Dam: Dam:Flower-Brook Flower-BrookDstry DstryCorri-ET Corri-ET Bred by: Andrew Stuewe, Bred by: Andrew Stuewe,Hamburg, Hamburg,MN MN Exhibited Exhibitedby: by:Kaleb, Kaleb,Cole Cole&&Carter CarterKruse, Kruse,Dyersville, Dyersville,IAIA Owned Owned&&Exhibited Exhibitedby: by:Prestige PrestigeGenetics, Genetics,R-John R-JohnHolsteins Holsteins&&J J McIsaac, IL McIsaac, IL

W Sire: Mr D Apple Diamondback-ET Dam: Miss Roxys Recovery-Red I Bred by: Jason R Tooley & Lucy Stockwell, NY Owned & Exhibited by: Jaydn, Kennedy, Caroline & Andrew Kimball, N Windham, ME Honorable Mention N Apple-Pts Aysha-Red-ET, 9/4/2016 Sire: Lookout P Redburst-Red-ET E Dam: KHW Regiment Apple-Red-ET Bred by: Apple Partners, Lanark, IL R Owned & Exhibited by: Kingsway Farms, Hastings, ON, Canada Red Bloodlines Bloodlines World 14 16 || March Holstein | Holstein 2019 World World | 64| February |March 2019 2019|64 | 64 SRedHolstein


All-American

2 Junior two-year-olds 0 1 e v r e s e R 8

Mead-Manor Def Adeline-Red, 3/2/2016 Sire: Scientific B Defiant-ET Dam: Mead-Manor ABS Adele-ET Bred, Owned & Exhibited by Michael & Megan Moede, Algoma, WI

Rob-Sara Awe Lovelee-Red-ET, 3/1/2016 Sire: Luck-E Awesome-Red-ET Dam: Elmbridge Redliner Life-Red-ET Bred by: Robert L III & Laura Emerson, Middletown, DE Exhibited by: Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms, Lomira, WI Owned & Exhibited by: M,R & M Busker & C&C Meier, Ridott, IL

Honorable Mention

Sweetview Avalanche Mitsou, 4/17/2016 Sire: Dymentholm Mr App Avalanche-TW Dam: Sanschi Ladd P Melody Bred by: Sweetview Holsteins, Ayers Cliff, QC, Canada Owned & Exhibited by: Up-Ridge Holsteins, Embro, ON, Canada

Unanimou s All-American

senior two-year-olds

Siemers Awesome Great-Red, 12/13/2015 Sire: Luck-E Awesome-Red-ET Dam: Siemers Defnt Great-Red-ET Bred, Owned & Exhibited by: Siemers Holstein Farm, Inc, Newton, WI

Reserve

Schluter Shelby Lee-Red-ET, 12/14/2015 Sire: Luck-E Awesome-Red-ET Dam: Helmcrest Destry Sarha Lee-Red Bred by: Tailor Neuhaus, Red Bud, IL Exhibited by: Jim & Marvin Schluter, Gifford, IL Owned & Exhibited by: Dennis & Keith Engel, Hampshire, IL

A L L A M E R I C A N R E D & W H I T E

W I Honorable Mention N Rosedale Prettyfancy In-Red, 9/2/2015 N Sire: Mr Apples Armani-ET Dam: Rosedale Perfect In-Red E Bred by: Rosedale Genetics, Ltd , Oxford, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Joseph Opsal & Karlee Ketelboeter, Dane, WI R Red RedBloodlines Bloodlines 17 15 || Holstein Holstein World World || March February 2019 2019 | 65 | 65S


2 0 junior three-year-olds 1 ican Reserve 8 All-Amer A L L A M E R I C A N R E D & W H I T E

Oakfield A Shampagne-Red-ET, 3/8/2015 Sire: Mr Apples Armani-ET Dam: Stony-Pillar Sharmaine-Red Bred by: Oakfield Corners Dairy, Oakfield, NY Owned & Exhibited by: Westcoast Holsteins, Chilliwack, BC, Canada

Antia Absolute Joline-Red, 5/4/2015 Sire: Apples Absolute-Red-ET Dam: Antia Infrarouge Joania Bred by: Ferme Gilles Lapointe & Fils SENC Owned & Exhibited by: Milksource Genetics, LLC, Kaukauna, WI

Honorable Mention

Lookout Olympian Allstar-Red, 12/1/2017 Sire: Ladys-Manor Olympian Dam: KHW Defiant Ancy-Red-ET Bred by: Lookout Holsteins & Alex Barenco, Canton De Hatley, QC Owned & Exhibited by: Lookout Holsteins, Tara McGiven & Steve Glaude, Canton De Hatley, QC

All-American

senior three-year-oldS

Westcoast Defiant Addison-Red, 11/12/2014 Sire: Scientific B Defiant-ET Dam: KHW Regiment Apple 3-Red-ETN Bred, Owned & Exhibited by: Westcoast Holsteins, Chilliwack, BC, Canada

Reserve

Budjon-Vail HZ Lacey-Red-ET, 10/7/2014 Sire: St-Jacob Destry Heztry-ET Dam: Crestomore Absolutely Love-Red Bred by: Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farm, Lomira, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Alison Galton, Nunda, NY

W I Honorable Mention N Ms Barb Act Beauty-Red-ET, 9/2/2014 N Sire: Mr Apples Action-Red-ET Dam: MDF Talent Barb-2-ET E Bred by: Justin Powell & Erdman Dairy, Tremont, IL Owned & Exhibited by: S&P Maddox, G&M Schmidt & M Berry, Riverdale, CA R Red Bloodlines Bloodlines World 16 |18 | Holstein March | Holstein 2019 World World | 66 | February |March 2019 | 66 SRedHolstein


All-American

Four-year-olds Reserve

Leawood Spicegirl-Red-ET, 9/10/2013 Sire: Apples Absolute-Red-ET Dam: Wide-Open Sportcenter-Red Bred by: Robin Krohlow, Baileys Harbor, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Grady & Lane Wendorf, Ixonia, WI

Highcroft Absolute Lily-Red, 10/28/2013 Sire: Apples Absolute-Red-ET Dam: Imperial-Ridge Lil-Red-ET Bred by: Highercroft Holsteins, Rexville, NY Exhibited by: Maple-Downs Farm II & Thomas Hoskings, Middleburgh, NY Owned & Exhibited by: Steve Smith & Anthony Crothers, Middleburgh, NY Rynearson Rainy Razzy-Red, 3/1/2014

Honorable Mention

Sire: Rainyridge Barnie-ET Dam: Rynearson Destin Rosita-Red Bred by: Donald Rynearson III, Watertown, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Matthew & Kate Smith, Green Isle, MN

five-year-olds

Unanimou s All-American

Miss Apples Aleda-Red, 12/2/2012 Sire: Lookout P Redburst-Red-ET Dam: KHW Regiment Apple-Red-ET Bred by: Apple Partners, Lanark, IL Owned & Exhibited by: Westcoast Holsteins, Chilliwack, BC, Canada

Reserve

Colganados D Avianca-Red-ET, 8/3/2013 Sire: Scientific Destry-ET Dam: KHW Regiment Apple AI-Red-ETN Bred by: Fransisco Javier Rodriguez, Madison, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Jonathon & Alicia Lamb, Oakfield, NY

Honorable Mention

Frozenes-LP Contdr Lark-Red-ET, 12/18/2013 Sire: Patience Sholine Contender-Red Dam: Ourway SS Larissa-Red-ET Bred by: Larissa Partners, Westfield, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Crescentmead & Milk Source, LLC, Ixonia, ,WI Red Bloodlines 19 | Holstein World | March 2019 | 67

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Reserve

L-Maples Hvezda Callie-Red, 3/1/2012 Sire: Orbe-View S Strm Hvezda-ET Dam: L-Maples Advent Cait-Red Bred by: Tom Lyon, Westfield, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms, Lomira, WI

Rosedale Lucky-Rose-Red, 7/17/2011 Sire: Rainyridge Perseus Dam: Rosedale Crown of Thorns-ET Bred by: Rosedale Genetics, LLC, Oxford, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Oakfield Corners Dairy, Oakfield, NY

High Honorable Mention

Crazy-For Contend Dacia-Red, 3/26/2012 Sire: Patience Sholine Contender-Red Dam: Crazy-For Ad Dapple-Red-ET Bred & Owned by: Kenny Coppini, Tillamook, OR

R E D & W H I T E

Unanimou s All-American

W I N N E R S

TJ-Pollema Rdliner Shania-Red, 2/20/2008 Sire: Fradon Redliner-Red-ET Dam: TJ-Pollema Advnt Sheena-Red Bred by: Brooke, Blake & Bryce Pollema, Browerville, MN Owned & Exhibited by: Lookwell Farm & Bob Osborne, Elkhart, IN

production cows Reserve

Long-Brook RL Sweetie Pi-Red, 12/4/2010 Sire: Fradon Redliner-Red-ET Dam: Long-Brook Advent Sugar-Red Bred by: Carly Sherwood, Meshoppen, PA Owned & Exhibited by: Hembury Farms & Marshman Farms, Muncy, PA

Honorable Mention

Paulinn PSC Meme 919-Red-TW, 11/5/2011 Sire: Patience Sholine Contender-Red Dam: Paulinn Baxt Mazie 529-Red Bred by: Margaret Seiler, Valley Center, KS Owned & Exhibited by: Arnie, Ashley & Andy Gruenes, Richmond, MN Holstein Red Bloodlines World 20 | March | Holstein 2019 World | 68 |March 2019 | 68


Unanimou s All-American

Junior best three females

OCD Jordy Ladybird-Red-ET

OCD Jordy Lambchop-Red-ET

OCD Jordy Lochness-Red-ET

Bred & Exhibited by: Oakfield Corners Dairy, Oakfield, NY

Reserve Blondin Jordy Dakota

Honorable Mention

Blondin Avalanche Lovelyn Blondin Avalanche Darleen

Siemers Jordy Jewel-Red-ET Siemers Avch Greeter-Red-ET Siemers Grandeur-Red-ET

Bred & Exhibited by: Ferme Blondin, Saint Placide, Canada

Bred & Exhibited by: Siemers Holstein Farm, Newton, WI

Unanimou s All-American

Senior best three females

Oakfield Addiction Emoji-Red

Oakfield ABS Candy-Red

Oakfield A Shampagne-Red-ET

Bred & Exhibited by: Oakfield Corners Dairy, Oakfield, NY

Reserve Ovaltop Barbwire Spark-Red

Honorable Mention

Ovaltop Picolo Sherry-Red Ovaltop Reality Robin-Red

Oakfield Malone Emma-Red-ET Oakfield Addiction Emoji-Red Oakfield ABS Candy-Red

Bred & Exhibited by: Ovaltop Holsteins, Richfield Springs, NY

Bred & Exhibited by: Oakfield Corners Dairy, Oakfield, NY

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All-American

Produce of dam

Flower-Brook Gianne-Red-ET

Flower-Brook Ginelle-Red-ET Produce of Flower-Brook Advent Gia-Red

Bred & Exhibited by:Flower-Brook Registered Holsteins, Hamburg, MN

ve ReserProduce of Oakfield Absol Emma-Red-ET

High Honorable Mention Produce of Siemers Destry Sunny-Red-ET

Oakfield Malone Emma-Red-ET Oakfield Addicition Emoji-Red

Ms Kress-Hil Saphire-Red-ET Ms Kress-Hill Sunkiss-Red-ET

Bred & Exhibited by: Oakfield Corners Dairy, Oakfield, NY

Bred & Exhibited by: Owen & Kendyll Kress & Savanah Barts, Newton, WI

R dam & Offspring E D All-American & W H I T E TJ-Pollema Rdliner Shania-Red

Scha-TJ Contdndr Shawna-Red

Exhibited by: Ryan Griffin & Lookwell Farm, Bob Osborne, Thief River Falls, MN

W I rve N Rese Cherry-Lor Ladd Ripple-Red N Cherry-Lor Awe Rippy-Red-ET E Exhibited by: Boop & Hembury, Millmont, PA R Red Bloodlines World 22 | March | Holstein 2019 World | 70 |March 2019 | 70 S Holstein

High Honorable Mention Rosedale Lucky-Rose-Red Rosedale Avala Lollipop-Red Exhibited by: Oakfield Corners Dairy, Oakfield, NY


2018 All American Results Listed below are the official results of the 2018 All-American contest. The same judges placed both the Open and Juniro contests.

SPRING CALF (10) U-A-A Firewall Elegant Flower-Red Res. Miss Hot Off The Press-Red-ET HM Crescentmead Dramaqueen-Red Blondin Jordy Dakota-Red OCD Jordy Ladybird-Red-ET Milk & Honey Callista-Red WINTER CALF (10) U-A-A OCD Jordy Lochness-Red-ET Res. Ms Luncrest Ali 1949-Red-ET HM OCD Jordy Lambchop-Red-ET Star-Ky-Blue Aspen-Red-ET Intense Devour Pomlisa-Red Knonaudale Lite My Fire-Red-ET A-A Res. HM

FALL CALF (11) MS Kress-Hil Saphire-Red-ET Synergy Jordys Spike-Red-ET Siemers Jordy Jewels-Red-ET Garay Red Diamond-Red Heatherstone Regal-Red MD Hillbrook Instagram-Red

1st

2nd

3rd

Total

14 0 0 0 0 0

0 14 0 0 0 0

0 0 12 2 0 0

70 42 12 2 0 0

A-A Res. HM

14 0 0 0 0 0

0 13 0 1 0 0

0 1 13 0 0 0

70 40 13 3 0 0

A-A Res. HM

13 1 0 0 0 0

1 13 0 0 0 0

0 0 12 1 1 0

68 44 12 1 1 0

A-A Res. HM

0 0 8 4 1 0

65 36 8 7 1 0

5-YR-OLD (11) U-A-A Ms Apple Aleda-Red Res. Colganados D Avianca-Red-ET HM Frozenes-LP Condtdr Lark-Red-ET Redtag Destry Sneezy-Red-ET Heatherstone Rhinestone-Red Miss Apple Aria-Red

SUMMER YEARLING (8) *Judge Eaton did not vote U-A-A Rosedale Avala Lollipop-Red 13 0 Res. St-Jacob Lady Stark-Red-ET 0 12 HHM Entourage-LC CP Frolic-Red-ET 0 0 McWilliams Land Sadie-Red 0 1 Tigerlea Lev Celeste-Red 0 0 Quietcove Starstruck-Red 0 0

JUNIOR 3-YR-OLD (8) Oakfield A Shampagne-Red Antia Absolute Joline-Red Lookout Olympian Allstar-Red Mahoney Rosa-Lynn-Red-ET Oakfield ABS Candy-Red Quality-Ridge Maggy-P-Red SENIOR 3-YR-OLD (9) Westcoast Defiant Addison-Red Budjon-Vail HZ Lacey-Red Ms Barb Act Beauty-Red Cleland RB Admiringly-Red Blondin Armani Stella Arto-Red Long-Brook AB Sweety-Red-ET

1st

2nd

3rd

Total

13 1 0 0 0 0

1 13 0 0 0 0

0 0 14 0 0 0

68 44 14 0 0 0

12 2 0 0 0 0

2 12 0 0 0 0

0 0 13 1 0 0

66 46 13 1 0 0

1 12 0 0 0 0

0 0 12 1 0 0

63 41 12 1 0 0

0 13 0 1 0 0

0 1 11 2 0 0

70 40 11 5 0 0

4 3 6 0 0 0

0 2 7 4 0 0

57 31 25 4 0 0

4-YR-OLD (10) *Judge Lloyd did not vote Highcroft Absolute Lily-Red 12 Leawood Spicegirl-Red-ET 1 Rynearson Rainy Razzy-Red 0 Robin-Hood Pretty In-Red 0 Pamprd-Acres AB Ivy-Red 0 Peicrest Adon Popsicle-Red 0 14 0 0 0 0 0

SPRING YEARLING (8) U-A-A Weeberlac Tickle Me-Red-ET Res. Glaustar Jacot Majesty-Red HM Liddleholm Antice-Red-ET Benrise Jacot Forest-Red Greenlea AD Aruba-Red-ET Siemers Avch Greeter-Red-ET

14 0 0 0 0 0

0 14 0 0 0 0

0 0 14 0 0 0

70 42 14 0 0 0

AGED COW (10) *Judge Topp did not vote A-A L-Maples Hvezda Callie-Red 9 Res. Rosedale Lucky-Rose-Red 4 HHM. Crazy-For Contend Dacia-Red 0 Scha-TH Cntndr Shawna-Red 0 Balmoral Lars Aurianna-Red 0 Ovaltop Reality Robin-Red 0

WINTER YEARLING (7) U-A-A Dayspring Dimond Jingle-Red Res. JOBO DB Maisie-Red HM Opsal Diamondback Madison-Red Greenlea ABS Sweetie-Red Ladinodale Avaln Alayna-Red Rocklan-ZBW M Paris-Red

14 0 0 0 0 0

0 14 0 0 0 0

0 0 12 1 1 0

70 42 12 1 1 0

125,000 LB. COW (9) U-A-A TJ-Pollema Rdlnr Shania-Red Res. Long-Brook RL Sweetie Pi-Red HM Paulinn PSC Meme 919-Red-TW Hilrose Advent Anna-Red-ET Milksource DTY Tammy-Red-ET Probert C Bree Ella-Red

14 0 0 0 0 0

0 14 0 0 0 0

0 0 14 0 0 0

70 42 14 0 0 0

FALL YEARLING (8) U-A-A Entourage-LC Felicia-Red-ET Res. Borderview Luchesse-Red-ET HM Entourage-LC Fire-Red-ET Flower-Brook Corena-Red-ET Frater Diamondback Jameslyne Ourway AJ Symphony-Red

14 0 0 0 0 0

0 13 1 0 0 0

0 1 12 1 0 0

70 40 15 1 0 0

Junior Best Three Females (5) U-A-A Oakfield Corners Dairy Res. Ferme Blondin HM Siemers Holsteins Heart & Soul Cleland Holstiens

14 0 0 0 0

0 14 0 0 0

0 0 13 1 0

70 42 13 1 0

MILKING YEARLING (8) U-A-A MS AOL DB Raspberry-Red-ET Res. Flower-Brook Coral-Red-ET HM Apple-Pts Aysha-Red-ET MS AOL Dback Raelynn-Red-ET Ruann D-B Shar 60985-Red-ET Milksource Advent Foxy-Red

14 0 0 0 0 0

0 14 0 0 0 0

0 0 12 1 1 0

70 40 12 1 1 0

Senior Best Three Females (4) U-A-A Oakfield Corners Dairy (Intl, WI) Res. Ovaltop Holsteins H-HM Oakfield Corners Dairy Cherry-Lor & Heart & Soul

14 0 0 0

0 7 7 0

0 4 1 9

70 25 22 9

13 0 1 0 0 0

1 13 0 0 0 0

0 1 5 6 2 0

68 40 10 6 2 0

6 4 4 0 0 0

3 5 2 3 1 0

0 3 3 3 1 4

39 38 29 12 4 4

14 0 0 0 0 0

14 0 0 0 0

0 0 11 3 0 0

70 42 11 3 0 0

12 0 2 0 0 0

2 11 1 0 0 0

0 3 10 2 0 0

66 36 23 1 0 0

A-A Res. HM

JUNIOR 2-YR-OLD (10) Mead-Manor Def Adeline-Red Rob-Sara Awe Lovelee-Red Sweetview Avalanche Mitsou-Red Cherry-Lor Awe Rippy-Red Savage-Leigh Classy-Red-ET Shadynook Moses Adara-Red

SENIOR 2-YR-OLD (7) U-A-A Siemers Awesome Great-Red Res. Schluter Shelby Lee-Red-ET HM Rosedale Pretty Fancy In-Red Ms Apple Adrianna-Red-ET Probert OK Breeleigh-Red-ET Ratliff App4 Fiesta-Red-ET

Produce of Dam (6) A-A Stuewes Advent Gia-Red Res. Oakfield Asbol Emma-Red-ET H-HM Siemers Destry Sunny-Red-ET Cleland Advent Admire-Red Kevetta Redburst Lucious-Red Champ-View A Tallie-Red-ET Dam & Offspring (6) A-A Griffin, Lookwell & Osborne Res. Boop & Hembury H-HM Oakfield Corners Dairy Heatherstone Enterprises Marshman & Hembury Joseph A Brantmeier

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2018 Junior All American Results Listed below are the official results of the 2018 Junior All-American contest. 112 head were entered and 76 were nominated. Our 14 judges for 2018 were: Aaron Eaton, Marietta, NY; Allyn Paulson, Arlington, WI; Blair Weeks, Pleasant Valley, PEI, Canada; Brian Behnke, Albany, WI; Brian Kelroy, Defores, WI; Chris Lang, Big Prairie, OH; Eric Topp, Wapakaneta, OH; Jack Lomeo, JR, Sylvan Beach, NY; Jason Lloyd, Middleburgh, NY; Lynn Harbaugh, Marion, WI; Nate Goldenburg, McGregor TX; Reid Stransky, Owatonna, MN; Roger Turner, Sun Prairie, WI; Ryan Krohlow, Poynette, WI All 14 of our judges officiated at a National or Approved Red & White show in 2018. Our thanks to them for their prompt and professional placing of these classes. In 2018, there were 11 Unanimous Junior All-Americans. 1st

2nd

3rd

Total

0 0 12 1 0 0

65 39 12 1 0 0

SPRING CALF (8) *Judge Harbaugh did not vote U-A-A Crescentmead Dramaqueen-Red Res. Rolfdale Ammo Jewl-Red HM Ned-Acres Shauna Rouge-Red Pa-Lyn-Leigh A Liquor-Red Bella-View Dback Lace-Red-ET Ms Mauk-E-Way Rosa-Red-ET

13 0 0 0 0 0

0 13 0 0 0 0

1st

2nd

3rd

Total

14 0 0 0 0 0

0 8 4 2 0 0

0 4 4 4 1 1

70 28 16 10 1 1

9 5 0 0 0 0

5 5 3 1 0 0

0 0 10 1 3 0

60 40 19 4 3 0

JUNIOR 2-YR-OLD (7) U-A-A Mead-Manor Def Adeline-Red Res. Rob-Sara Awe Lovelee-Red-ET HM Cherry-Lor Awe Rippy-Red-ET Savage-Leigh Classy-Red-ET Ms Kress-Hill Sunkiss-Red-ET TJ-Pollema Bettin On-Red

WINTER CALF (10) *Judge Harbaugh did not vote A-A Res. HM

Gadtke Addiction Daisy-Red Knonaudale Lite My Fire-Red Tree-Hayven Daniel Diem-Red Star-Ky-Blue Aspen-Red-ET AJ-Chance Pricey Addict-Red Mik-Bels A Caramac-Red-ET

12 1 0 0 0 0

1 9 1 2 0 0

0 3 9 1 0 0

63 35 12 7 0 0

14 0 0 0 0 0

0 13 0 1 0 0

0 1 12 1 0 0

70 40 12 4 0 0

14 0 0 0 0 0

0 12 2 0 0 0

0 2 4 5 3 0

70 38 10 5 3 0

14 0 0 0 0 0

0 12 1 1 0 0

0 2 12 0 0 0

70 38 15 3 0 0

14 0 0 0 0 0

0 10 4 0 0 0

0 4 10 0 0 0

70 34 22 0 0 0

SENIOR 2-YR-OLD (7) A-A Res. HM

FALL CALF (7) U-A-A Ms Kress-Hil Saphire-Red-ET Res. Synergy Jordys Spike-Red-ET HM Siemers Jordy Jewels-Red-ET Hill-A-Way Jordy Apache-Red Lyn-Vale Rainy Day-Red-ET Synergy Jordys Starr-Red-ET

JUNIOR 3-YR-OLD (5) *Judge Stransky did not vote U-A-A Holbric Spa Chisel-Red Res. Dorsland Twinkle-P-Red HM Zehrview Armani Hi-Life-Red Ovaltop Barbwire Spark-Red Stranshome All I Do-Red

SUMMER YEARLING (6) U-A-A St-Jacob Lady Stark-Red-ET Res. OCD Defiant Dazzle-Red-ET HM Tigerlea Lev Celeste-Red Clear-I Ladd Nevaeh-Red Hoesly D-Back Khloe-Red TJ-Pollema Max Mauri-Red

A-A Res. HM

Entourage-LC Fire-Red-TW-ET Borderview Luchesse-Red-ET Flower-Brook Corena-Red-ET Wilstar Avalnc Tasha-Red-ET V-View Barbw Milly-Red-ET A-Mi-Da-Sa DPRN Allison-Red

Long-Brook AB Sweety-Red-ET Budjon-Vail HZ Lacey-Red-ET Blondin Armani Stella Arto-Red Roll-N-View RB Joni-Red Savagelee-TM Brita-Red-ET Cherry-Lor ABS Lily-Red-ET

U-A-A Robin-Hood Pretty In-Red Res. Kamps-Hollow Acapella-Red-ET HM Cherry-Lor Ladd Ripple-Red Golden-Oaks Absolute-Red-ET Lantland Destry Eagle-Red OCD Absolute Tipper-Red-ET

A-A Res. HM

Redtag Destry Sneezy-Red-ET Oakland-View H Champ-Red-ET L-Way Solut Persistence-Red

65 37 8 7 0

7 7 0 0 0 0

6 4 2 2 0 0

1 0 9 4 0 0

54 47 15 10 0 0

14 0 0 0 0 0

0 14 0 0 0 0

0 0 14 0 0 0

70 42 14 0 0 0

9 5 0

5 9 0

0 0 14

60 52 14

13 0

0 13

0 0

65 39

14 0 0

0 14 0

0 0 14

70 42 14

AGED COW (2) *Judge Topp did not judge U-A-A Balmoral Lars Aurianna-Red Res. Siemers Destry Sunny-Red-ET

13 1 0 0 0 0

1 6 3 2 2 0

0 1 7 4 2 0

68 24 16 10 8 0

14 0 0

0 14 0

0 0 14

70 42 14

FALL YEARLING IN MILK (3) U-A-A MS AOL DB Raspberry-Red-ET Res. Flower-Brook Coral-Red-ET HHM Fishersons McAple Honey-Red

0 1 8 4 0

5-YR-OLD (6)

FALL YEARLING (7) A-A Res. HM

0 12 0 1 0

4-YR-OLD (6)

WINTER YEARLING (6) U-A-A Dayspring Dimond Jingle-Red Res. Opsal Dimondback Madison-Red H-HM Ladinodale Avaln Alayna-Red Bur-Le Awesom Amy-Red Country-Path Ad St Nick-Red Willow-Terrace Hy Grand-Red

14 0 0 0 0

SENIOR 3-YR-OLD (7)

SPRING YEARLING (6) U-A-A Weeberlac Tickle Me-Red-ET Res. Pavany Awesome Shania-Red HHM Siemers Grandeur-Red-ET Benrise Jacot Forest-Red Crescentmead Rokstar-Red-ET Lake-Effect Justright-Red

Arb-Flo-Spr Drg Heloise-Red Rosedale Pretty Fancy In-Red Milksource DT Amazon-Red-ET Savage-Leigh Sugar-Red-ET Siemers Lotus Jubba-Red-ET Ms Apple Adrena-Red-ET

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125,000 LB. COW (3) U-A-A Paulinn PSC Meme 191-Red-TW Res. Milksource DTY Tammy-Red-ET HM M-Riverview Audra-Red-ET


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Crescentmead Drama Queen-Red 3/1/2018 Sire: Cycle McGucci Jordy-Red Dam: Crescentmead Dunkn Donut-Red Bred & Owned by Grady & Lane Wendorf, Ixonia, WI

Rolfdale Ammo Jewl-Red, 3/3/2018 Sire: Mr Leaninghouse Ammo-P-ET Dam: Rolfdale 350-Red Bred & Owned by: Aleese M Rolf, Green Isle, MN

Honorable Mention Ned-Acres Shauna Rouge-Red, 3/2/2018 Sire: FG Jacot-Red-ET Dam: Ned-Acres Surprise-Red Caleb McGee, Clearfield, PA

Winter Heifer Calves Jr. All-American

Gaedtke Addiction Daisy-Red, 12/1/2017 Sire: Mr Ansly Addicition-P-Red-ET Dam: Gaedtke Redliner Dakota-Red Bred by: J,J,H,A & K Gaedtke & M Kroll, Luxemburg, WI Owned & Exhibited by: J,J,H,A,K & A Gaedtke & M, B& J Kroll, Luxemburg, WI

Reserve

Knonaudale Lite My Fire-Red-ET, 12/20/2017 Sire: Cycle McGucci Jordy-Red Dam: Knonaudale Loving Life-Red-ET Bred by: Knonaudale Farms, Inc, Crysler, ON, Canada Owned & Exhibited by: Daniel Kitchen, Danville, PA

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W I Honorable Mention N Tree-Hayven Daniel Diem-Red, 12/3/2017 N Sire: She-Ken Uno Daniel Dam: Tree-Hayven Rany Dark Horse E Bred by: Adam Borchert, Auburndale, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Aaliyah Borchert, Auburndale, WI R Red Bloodlines 25| Holstein Holstein World World | March | March 2019 2019 | 73 | 73S


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fall Heifer Heifer Calves Calves fall Reserve

Ms Kress-Hil Saphire-Red-ET, 9/11/2017 Sire: Dymentholm Mr App Avalanche-TW Dam: Siemers Destry Sunny-Red-ET Bred by: Owen & Kendyll Kress, Gage Lisowe & James Jens, Newton, WI Owned by:Owen & Kendyll Kress & Savanah Barts, Newton, WI

Synergy Jordys Spike-Red-ET, 12/1/2017 Sire: Cycle McGucci Jordy-Red Dam: Synergy Always Smokin-Red Bred & Owned by: Mason, Carter & Evan Jauquet & Mikayla, Carmen and Spencer Haack, Pulaski, WI

Honorable Mention

Siemers Jordy Jewels-Red-ET, 11/1/2017 Sire: Cycle McGucci Jordy-Red Dam: Fradon Redman Jubilee-Red-ET Bred by: Siemers Holstein Farm, Newton, WI Owned by: Jacob, Connor and Lauren Siemers, Newton, WI

Summer Yearlings

R E Unanimou s D Jr. All-American & W H I T E

St-Jacobs Lady Stark-Red-ET, 6/1/2017 Sire: Mr Ansly Addiction-P-Red-ET Dam: Sunnylodge M B Leona-Red-ETS Bred By: St Jacobs ABS Inc, Deforest, WI Owned & Exhibited: Kayla Umbel, Emmitsburg, MD

Reserve

OCD Defiant Defiant Dazzle-Red-ET, Dazzle-Red-ET, 6/8/2017 6/8/2017 OCD Sire: Scientific B Defiant-ET Sire: Scientific B Defiant-ET Dam: Wilstar-RS Wilstar-RS Tlt Tlt Limited-Red Limited-Red Dam: Bred By: Oakfield Corners Dairy, Oakfield, NY NY Bred By: Oakfield Corners Dairy, Oakfield, Owned & & Exhibited Exhibited by: by: Nathan Nathan Daniels Daniels & & Julia Julia D D Searles, Searles, Cobb, Cobb, WI WI Owned

W I Honorable Mention N Tigerlea Lev Celeste-Red, 6/2/2017 Sire: Westcoast Leverage-Red-ET N Dam: Midas-Touch Cibol-Red-ET Bred by: Alan & Johana Merrill & Lily Marshman, NY E Owned & Exhibited by: Hadley Olt & Brilee Tucker, Greensburg, KY R Red Bloodlines World 26 | March | Holstein 2019World | 74 |March 2019 | 74 S Holstein


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Unanimou s Jr. All-American

Weeberlac Tickle Me-Red-ET, 3/1/2017 Sire: Dymentholm Mr App Avalanche-TW Dam: Smygwatys Goldwyn Toad-ET Bred by: Tim, Diane & Scott Groniger, Carlsbad Spring, ON, Canada Owned by: Alyson Philips, Stephenville, TX

Pavany Awesome Shania-Red, 3/2/2017 Sire: Luck-E Awesome-Red-ET Dam: Pavany Axford Shayna-Red Bred by: Joseph & Ellen Ann Haner, Canandaigua, NY Owned & Exhibited by: Ryan Lawton, Newark Valley, NY

Honorable Mention

Siemers Grandeur-Red-ET, 3/11/2017 Sire: Scientific B Defiant-ET Dam: Benrise Royce Gretchen-Red Bred by: Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers, Newton, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Arnie, Ashley & Andy Gruenes, Richmond, MN

Winter yearlings

Unanimou s Jr. All-American

Dayspring Dimnd Jingle-Red, 12/17/2016 Sire: Mr D Apple Diamondback-ET Dam: A-K-Mohr RU Joyful-Red Bred & Owned by: Caleb McGee, Clearfield, PA

Reserve

Opsal Diamndback Madison-Red, 12/4/2016 Sire: Mr D Apple Diamondback-ET Dam: Opsal Redbrst Maddie-Red-ET Bred by: Joshua Thad Opsal, Blue Mounds, WI Owned by: Joshua Troy Opsal, Blue Mounds, WI

High Honorable Mention

Ladinodale Avaln Alayna-Red, 12/2/2016 Sire: Mr D Apple Diamondback-ET Dam: Ladinodale Shaquille Amuse Bred & Owned by: Matthew & Elizabeth Gunst, Hartford, WI

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fall yearlings Reserve

Borderview Luchesse-Red-ET, 9/2/2016 Sire: Mr Ansley Addiction-P-Red-ET Dam: Sunnylodge M B Leona-Red-ETS Bred by: St Jacobs ABS Inc, Deforest, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Amelia Sammetinger, Wapakoneta, OH

Entourage-LC Fire-Red-TW-ET, 9/5/2016 Sire: Mr Hotstuffs Hypnotic-ET Dam: Jo-Lan Contendr Fire-Red-ET Bred by: Entourage-LC, Gaithersburg, MD Owned & Exhibited by: Hadley Olt & Brilee Tucker, Greensburg, KY

Honorable Mention Flower-Brook Corena-Red-ET, 9/2/2016 Sire: Dymentholm Mr App Avalanche-ET Dam: Flowe-Brook Dstry Corri-ET Bred by: Andrew Stuewe, Hamburg, MN Owned by: Clayton Arntz, Cotati, CA

Milking Yearlings

R E Unanimou s D Jr. All-American & W H I T E

MS-Aol DB Raspberry-Red-ET, 9/2/2016 Sire: Mr D Apple Diamondback-ET Dam: Miss Roxys Recovery-Red Bred By: Jason R Tooley & Lucy Stockwell, NY Owned & Exhibited: Jaydn, Kennedy, Caroline & Andrew Kimball, Windham, ME

Reserve

Flower-Brook Coral-Red-ET, 9/1/2016 Sire: Dymentholm Mr App Avalanche-TW Dam: Flower-Brook Dstry Corri-ET Bred By: Andrew Stuewe, Hamburg, MN Exhibited by: Kaleb, Cole & Carter, Dyersville, IA

W I Honorable Mention N Fishersons McAple Honey-Red, 9/2/2016 Sire: Childers Andl McApple-Imp-ET N Dam: Fishersons Rdmen Hiccup-Red Bred by: Tyler R Fisher, Edgewood, IA E Owned & Exhibited by: Rachel Hefel, Epworth, IA R Red Bloodlines World 28 | March | Holstein 2019 World | 76 |March 2019 | 76 S Holstein


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Unanimou s Jr. All-American

Mead-Manor Def Adeline-Red, 3/2/2016 Sire: Scientific B Defiant-ET Dam: Mead-Manor ABS Adele-ET Bred, Owned and Exhibited by: Michael & Megan Moede, Algoma, WI

Rob-Sara Awe Lovelee-Red-ET, 3/1/2016 Sire: Luck-E Awesome-Red-ET Dam: Elmbridge Redliner Life-Red-ET Bred by: Robert L III & Laura Emerson, Middletown, DE Owned & Exhibited by: M,R & M Busker & C&C Meier, Ridott, IL

Honorable Mention

Cherry-Lor Awe Rippy-Red-ET, 3/1/2016 Sire: Luck-E Awesome-Red-ET Dam: Cherry-Lor Ladd Ripple-Red Bred, Owned & Exhibited by: Cael Hembury, Muncy, PA

Senior two-Year-olds

Jr. All-American

Arb-Flo-Spr Drg Heloise-Red, 12/21/2015 Sire: OCD McCutchen Durango-ET Dam: Arb-Flo-Spr A Heaven-Red-ET Bred by: Jamie Arbaugh, Union Bridge, MD Owned & Exhibited by: Ryan Smith, Monticell, WI

Reserve

Rosedale Prettyfancy In-Red, 9/2/2015 Sire: Mr Apples Armani-ET Dam: Rosedale Perfect In-Red Bred by: Rosedale Genetics, Ltd , Oxford, WI Owned by: Joseph Opsal & Karlee Ketelboeter, Dane, WI

Honorable Mention

Milksource DT Amazon-Red-ET, 12/21/2015 Sire: Scientific B Defiant-ET Dam: KHW Regiment Apple B-Red-ETN Bred by: Milk Source, LLC, Kaukuana, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Grady & Lane Wendorf, Ixonia, WI

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Holbric Spa Chisel-Red, 6/10/2015 Sire: Holbric-ML Spa-ET Dam: Holbric Advent Chili Bred, Owned & Exhibited by: Morgan Olbrich, Harvard, IL

Dorsland Twinkle-P-Red-ET, 4/16/2015 Sire: Morningview Mcc Kingboy-ET Dam: Dorlsland Tyla-Red-ET Bred by: Matt, Molly & Ben Dorshorst, Marshfield, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Emma, Sara, Wyatt & Claire Dorshort, Marshfield, WI

Honorable Mention

Zehrview Armani Hi-Life-Red, 3/4/2015 Sire: Mr Apples Armani-ET Dam: St-Yle-SA Highjump-Red-TW Bred, Owned and Exhibited by: Rosalee Zehr, Graymont, IL

R Senior three-year-olds E Jr. All-American Reserve D & W H I T E Budjon-Vail HZ Lacey-Red-ET, 10/7/2014 Long-Brook AB Sweety-Red-ET, 9/16/2014

Sire: St-Jacob Destry Heztry-ET Dam: Crestomore Absolutely Love-Red Bred by: Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farm, Lomira, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Alison Galton, Nunda, NY

Sire: Apples Absolute-Red-ET W Dam: Long-Brook RL Sweety Pi-Red Bred By: Carly R Sherwood, Meshoppen, PA I Owned & Exhibited: Victoria Clark, Springville, PA Honorable Mention N Blondin Armani Stella Arto-Red, 9/1/2014 N Sire: Mr Apples Armani-ET Dam: Blondin Destry Sally-Red-ET E Bred by: Ferme Blondin & Oscar Dupasquier, St Placide, QC, Canada Owned & Exhibited by: Joseph Opsal, Blue Mounds, WI R Red Bloodlines World 30 | March | Holstein 2019 World | 78 |March 2019 | 78 S Holstein


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Robin-Hood Pretty In-Red, 9/29/2013 Sire: Mr Apples Action-Red-ET Dam: Rosedale Champagne-TW Bred by: Mike Berry, Albany, OR Owned and Exhibited by: Regan Demmer, Peosta, IA

Kamps-Hollow Acapella-Red-ET, 9/1/2013 Sire: Tiger-Lily Ladd-P-Red Dam: Kamps-Hollow A-Noel-Red-ET Bred by: Jordyn Ann Kamps, Belmont, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Grady & Lane Wendorf, Ixonia, WI

Honorable Mention

Cherry-Lor Ladd Ripple-Red, 3/1/2014 Sire: Tiger-Lily Ladd P-Red-ET Dam: Tiger-Lily Aaron Sheila-Red Bred by: Cael Hembury, Muncy, PA Owned & Exhibited by: Matthew Boop & Cael Hembury, Millimont, PA

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Redtag RedtagDestry DestrySneezy-Red-ET, Sneezy-Red-ET,12/1/2012 12/1/2012 Sire: Sire:Scientific ScientificDestry-ET Destry-ET Dam: Dam:Rustowil RustowilRedliner RedlinerSnoww-Red-ET Snoww-Red-ET Bred Bredby: by:Neil Neil&&Bryan BryanAnderson Anderson&&Mike MikeBlack, Black,Vankleek, Vankleek,ON, ON, Canada Canada Owned Owned&&Exhibited Exhibitedby: by:Chase ChaseSavage, Savage,Union UnionBridge, Bridge,MD MD

Oakland-View H Champ-Red-ET, 12/3/2012 Sire: St-Jacobs Destry Heztry-ET Dam: Pintail-Point Cattie-Red Bred by: Patrick Youse, Ridgely, MD Owned & Exhibited by: Katelyn Nolt, Hartley, TX

Honorable Mention

L-Way Solut Persistance-Red, 6/19/2013 Sire: Apples Absolute-Red-ET Dam: Kay-Ron Advent Passion-Red Bred,Owned & Exhibited by: Sabrina Long, Sugar Grove, PA

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Balmoral Lars Aurianna-Red, 7/8/2012 Sire: Willsboro Larson-ET Dam: Balmoral Shaq Aura-Red-ET Bred by: Balmoral Farms, Wapakoneta, OH Owned & Exhibited by: Madelyn Topp, Botkins, OH

Siemers Destry Sunny-Red-ET, 9/21/2010 Sire: Scientific Destry-ET Dam: Jerian Advent Sunny-Red-ET Bred by: Crystal Siemers-Peterman & Jordan C Siemers, Newton, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Owen & Kendyll Kress & Savanah Barts, Newton, WI

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Milksource DTY Tammy-Red-ET, 12/8/2011 Sire: Scientifc Destry-ET Dam: Silvermine Adv Tally-Red-ET Bred by: Milksource Genetics, LLC, Kaukauna, WI Owned & Exhibited by: Grady & Lane Wendorf, Ixonia, WI

Paulinn PSC Meme 919-Red-TW, 11/5/2011 Sire: Patience Sholine Contender-Red Dam: Paulinn Baxt Mazie 529-Red Bred by: Margaret Seiler, Valley Center, KS Owned & Exhibited by: Arnie, Ashley & Andy Gruenes, Richmond, MN

Honorable Mention M-Riverview Audra-Red-ET, 9/10/2009 Sire: Patience Sholine Contender-Red Dam: Greenlea Adv Anna-ET Bred by: LaVon Yoder, Salisbury, PA Owned & Exhibited by: Patrick S Youse, Ridgely, MD

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Brownking Holsteins GLEN, MIKE & DAVE BROWN

Cedar Lane Farm, Inc. 87 Homestead Rd.Oldwick, NJ 08858 Phone: Bill Taylor (908) 642-5122 Email: wtaylor@cedarlanefarm.net

Cybil Fisher

For reprints or billing questions: Office 920-465-3880 Fax 920-455-0349 cybilfisher@hotmail.com 1609 Redstone Trail Green Bay, WI 54313

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For Photos: Cybil 920-737-3050 cybilfisher@hotmail.com Lea 608-214-1845 leamccullough@gmail.com Jenny 614-395-9823 jennythomas614@yahoo.com

D & D HOLSTEINS

Dennis & Gloria Gransee 47130 210th St., Sanborn, MN 56083 Phone: 701-412-5738 Email: gransee56@gmail.com

Davidsonview

27730 W. Bonner Rd. Wauconda, IL 60084

DICK, ELLA, ANDY & GARY DAVIDSON 4817 Pagles Rd, Harvard, IL 60033 Phone: 815.943.7196 - Dick Phone: 815.943.2008 - Andy Phone: 815.516.3675 - Gary

MS D APPLE DANIKA-RED-ET VG-85 GTPI +1729 Sire: Scientific DESTRY-ET *RC Dam: Ms Delicious Apple-Red-ET EX-92 EX-93-MS

Farm Phone: 847-526-6644 Ethan Heinzmann: 847-224-7861 Josh Fairbanks: 319-480-3692

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Oneeda Farms, LLC Registered Holsteins Since 1929

Roger & Camille Hibschman 71957 County Rd. 35 Oliver Hibschman 1951-1991 Syracuse, Indiana 46567 Phone: 574-529-3729 Roger Hibschman, Herdsman Jeff Prough, Herdsman Phone: 574-596-5823 Email: oneeda@centurylink.net Phone: 574-596-5825

Clee Hibschman 1929-1951

6N411 Corron Road, St. Charles, IL 60175 (630) 377-0454 alenkaitis@aol.com www.lenkaitisholsteins.com

PECKMAN HOMESTEAD FARM Tony Peckman

1032 Peckman Dr, Chambersburg, PA 17202 Phone: 717-552-5103 - Tony Email: TLpeckman@pa.net

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12863 W. Kamm, Riverdale, CA 93656 Phone: 559-867-4457 Fax: 559-866-3706 Email: sdmaddox@yahoo.com 33

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Are You Relying on the Best Sources for Genetic Information? By Dr. H. Duane Norman Everyone’s been hearing the term fake news lately. While examples arise where fake news is a problem, the perceived frequency and seriousness depends on whom you ask. Regardless, all would likely agree that not all sources of information are equally useful. The same applies to genetics and management information supplied to dairy producers. One consideration: often the information is generated by the same companies marketing the products. This doesn’t automatically imply that the information will not be beneficial. In fact, sometimes it’s one of the few source – or even the only source – describing a beneficial product. Still it pays to be cautious as sometimes information can be misleading, and in other cases, excess data adds confusion. Most revolutionary changes in dairy genetics over the last decade are due to the adoption of genomic testing. Breeding values are available on more traits, often improved via genomic information. Additional traits are being promoted by various groups. A few artificial insemination (AI) organizations have created new indexes for their bulls, derived from two or three traits, frequently traits not provided by their competitors. Other organizations offer rankings in conjunction with genotype services. Unfortunately, a transparent explanation is often not provided for most of these indexes. Without a clear understanding of the merits and methodology, it seems prudent to remain cautious and ask whether these independent rankings even approach the benefits provided through the lifetime merit indexes by the Council on Dairy Cattle Breeding (CDCB). As you consider the genetic rankings now available, I offer these recommendations. First, make sure all potential service sires are ranked using a composite index that is appropriate for the economic situation of the herd. Be aware that screening out potential service sires strictly on individual traits (like bypassing any with negatives for PTA fat or PTA protein percentages) will result in less economic gain than a total commitment to a well-constructed index. Second, consider semen price – which is not determined strictly by genetic merit. Buyers need to be comfortable knowing which bulls they can acquire

for a reasonable price and eliminate any that are overpriced. Next, purchase your semen supply from the list, taking into consideration how soon new genetic information will be available. Lastly, control inbreeding when mating individuals; mating programs can assist in this effort.

It is important to realize that one can achieve more economic progress improving several traits than if improving just a few. (Read more on this in the December 2018 CDCB Connection.) To maximize progress, one must use an index that incorporates all heritable traits of economic value. CDCB’s composite indexes incorporate as many as 38 traits. Be clear, the traits do not receive equal weight. Instead, the index is optimized because the traits are weighted according to the economic value. There is sufficient emphasis on each trait where the directional improvement is obvious, so CONTINUED ON PAGE 112

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DAIRY

MS GERMAINE COLTON GIDGET Reserve All-American Spring Calf at the North American International Livestock Exposition

NOMINATED ALL AMERICAN JERSEY SPRING CALF Born March 1, 2018

Look for her at the Great Lakes Spring Show! Reed Dairy Farm • Owosso, MI • 989.277.2078 • sjreed57@msn.com

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|Obituaries Christian George Woelfel, 82, of College Station, passed away Monday February 11, 2019. His life was celebrated with a Memorial Mass Saturday, February 16, 2019. Christian was born May 18, 1936, in Duran, Wisconsin, to Oscar and Mary Woelfel. He’s lived in the College Station area since 1978 and was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Center in College Station. Christian was retired Professor Emeritus of Dairy Science from the Texas A&M University Extension. He was also a proud member of the Knights of Columbus,

American Dairy Science Association, and the National Dairy Shrine. He was preceded in death by his brother, Theodore Woelfel, and his parents. Survivors include his loving wife, Mary Woelfel; daughters and sons-in-law, Anne and Dan Monsivais, Sarah “Cathy” and Steven Davis, Deirdre and Gabriel Owens, Brenda and Randle Toepfer; sister, Katherine Wicker; grandchildren, Daniel Woelfel-Monsivais, Christian Woelfel-Monsivais and wife Jacqulin, Christine Woelfel-Monsivais, James Fields, Benjamen Fields, Katarina Toepfer; and great grandchildren, Benjamen

Christian Fields Jr., Blake Lee Fields. In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to the St. Mary’s Catholic Center building fund, American Heart Association, or the Wisconsin 4-H Foundation the Woelfel Trust. Glen E. Cook, age 87, of Jimtown, Indiana, died unexpectedly of natural causes, Friday, February 22, 2019. He was born September 9, 1931 in Elkhart to Earl Abraham and Esther Eleanor (Shaum) Cook. On May 6, 1951, he married Jane Caldwell. She preceded him in death CONTINUED ON PAGE 113

Meadowridge Jackknife Summer

Meadowridge Verbatim Claire

Meadowridge Kasanova Sara

Jr. All American Aged Cow 1st, Sr. & Grand Champ – MN State Fair 1st & Res. Grand – International Jr. Jersey Show 3rd – International Jersey Show 3rd – All American Jersey Jr. & Open Show

Aged Cow 2nd – MN State Fair 8th – International Jersey Show 5th – All American Jersey Open Show

Reserve Jr. All American Jr. 3 Year Old 2nd – MN State Fair 1st – International Jr. Jersey Show 8th – International Jersey Show 5th – All American Jersey Jr. Show 10th – All American Jersey Open Show

Premier Exhibitor Heifer Show – World Dairy Expo

Meadowridge Granite Allia

Meadowridge Tristan Trudy

Meadowridge Fizz Sparkle ET

HM Jr. All American Sr. 2 Year Old 3rd – MN State Fair 6th – International Jersey Show 3rd – All American Jersey Jr. Show 9th – All American Jersey Open Show

Reserve Jr. All American Fall Yearling 1st & Jr. Champ – WI State Fair Jr. Show 3rd – MN State Fair 2nd – International Jr. Jersey Show 3rd – International Jersey Show

All American Winter Yearling Jr. Champ – IA State Fair Jr. Show 1st & Res. Jr. Champ – IA State Fair Open Show 1st – MN State Fair 1st & Jr. Champ– International Jr. Jersey Show 1st & Honorable Mention Jr. Champ – International Jersey Show 4th – All American Jersey Jr. Show 3rd – All American Jersey Open Show Owned by Gene Henderson & Cole Kruse

2018 All American Award Winners Jr. All American Spring Calf Jr. Reserve All American Winter Calf Jr. Reserve All American Fall Calf Jr. Reserve All American Spring Yearling

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2018 Jersey

By Robin Alden

All-American Winners

The newly-titled Purebred Publishing Jersey All-American Contest is coming to a close for 2018, and the pages that follow are graced with the best of the best Jersey cattle across North America. Before you appreciate these fine animals, let’s recap the 2018 contest one final time. Last year, a panel of judges from some of the top Jersey shows in the country assessed the entries provided by hopeful Jersey breeders, and narrowed down each age group to the nominees. After the nominees were released, 14 judges, including the nomination panel, associates and additional state show judges ranked their top three choices, and the vote totals resulted in the AllAmericans that follow. This year’s judging panel included Jamie Black, Justin Burdette, Alta Mae Core, Brady Core, Pat Conroy, Lynn Harbaugh, Herby Lutz, Kevin Lutz, Chris McCullough, Chad Ryan, Keith Topp, Phil Topp, Andrew Vander Meulen and Steve Wagner. Judges were asked to refrain from voting in any class(es) where a potential conflict of interest existed. Despite a diverse judging panel and varied selections, there were still 10 entries that came away with a Unanimous All-American title. They were: Parkview Vavan Somthing Honest (Spring Calf), Heart & Soul Fizz Faith-ET (Winter Calf), Milksource Gentry Marriot-ET (Fall Calf), Big Guns Andreas Virtue-ET (Spring Yearling), the Junior Best Three Females entry of Milksource Genetics, LLC, Pleasant Nook Apple Dumpling (Junior Two-Year-Old), River Valley Excitation Flawless (Senior TwoYear-Old), South Mountain Voltage Radiant (Junior Three-YearOld), RRF Comerica Daisy (Aged Cow) and Discoverys Tequila Jewelene (Lifetime Production Cow).

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Congratulations to the Jersey breeders and exhibitors represented in the following pages, and thank you to these breeders, the judges and the various people who help support this contest. The Junior Contest We are excited to again present the Junior Jersey All-American contest in 2018. This very new contest was started to give additional recognition to the young Jersey enthusiasts who put in the hard work each show season. We had many quality entries this year, and the Junior All-American Winners are recognized in this issue. As with the other contests, a panel of the top Jersey show judges in the country served as the nominating committee, narrowing down the classes to the nominees. Then, a panel of nine judges were presented the nominees to vote for their top three favorites. These judges served as national, state and regional show judges in 2018. This year’s junior contest judges were Jamie Black, Pat Conroy, Julie Hemp, Sean Johnson, Kevin Lutz, Tammy Stiles-Doran, Jenny Thomas, Keith Topp and Andrew Vander Meulen. Wisconsin juniors dominated the contest this year with 15 total honorees, although Pennsylvania youth led the way with six Junior All-American titles. There were five Unanimous Junior All-Americans, and one tie in the Senior Two-Year-Old class. The tie could not be broken using Purebred Publishing rules, so it stands, and both cows assume the title for 2018. Purebred Publishing sincerely thanks everyone who supports this contest: the youth, their parents, the breeders, and the judges, as well as ST Genetics for again sponsoring our junior contests. Your support helps to encourage the next generation of Jersey pioneers.


All-American

Spring Heifer Calves 2

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Reserve

Unanimou s

Parkview Vavan Somthing Honest, 3/16/2018 Sire: All Lynns Louie Valentino-ET Dam: Parkview Minister Smokin Hot Brock Liddle, Jason Healy & Kaylee Wilson, Argyle, NY

HC-Hearts Desire Fizz Lucky, 3/1/2018 Sire: J-Kay Tequila Fizz Dam: HHC Iatola Luellen VG-87 Ernest Kueffner, Terri Packard & Mike & Linda Hellenbrand, Boonsboro, MD

Honorable Mention Beslea Austen Matthews, 3/2/2018 Sire: Pallour Austen ET Dam: Beslea Iatola Mimi VG-86 CAN Beslea Farms, Yarker, ON

Winter Heifer Calves

All-American

Unanimou s

Heart & Soul Fizz Faith-ET, 12/4/2017 Sire: J-Kay Tequila Fizz Dam: Lookout Fortune 500 EX-90 Bailee, Calla, Mason & Matthew Mazzaro & Duane Cole, Burghill, OH

A L L A M E R I C A N j e r s e y

Reserve

Ratliff Showdown Volcano-ET, 12/4/2017 Sire: River Valley Spice Showdown Dam: Arethusa Tequila Vision EX-95 M&B Dores, L&L Pires & Tony Garcia Jr., Hughson, CA

High Honorable Mention

Drentex Getaway Bella, 12/8/2017 Sire: Rapid Bay Getaway Dam: Drentex Robbieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Belle VG-89 CAN Lookout, Adam Fraley & Frank & Diane Borba, Canton de Hatley, QC Holstein World | March 2019 | 91

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2 fall Heifer Calves 0 1 All-American 8 A L L A M E R I C A N j e r s e y W I N N E R S

Unanimou s

Milksource Gentry Marriot-ET, 9/24/2017 Sire: Rapid Bay Indiana Gentry-ET Dam: Edgebrook Tequila Madison-ET EX-93 Milksource Genetics & Finca Valparaiso, Kaukauna, WI

Reserve

Milksource Gentry Mink-ET, 10/24/2017 Sire: Rapid Bay Indiana Gentry-ET Dam: Edgebrook Tequila Madison-ET EX-93 Milksource Genetics & Finca Valparaiso, Kaukauna, WI

Honorable Mention Exels Barfly Jessa 4156, 9/1/2017 Sire: Mr Beths Tequila Barfly Dam: Exels Blackstone Juliet 2663 Jennifer Van Exel, Lodi, CA

Summer Yearlings

All-American

Reserve

Arethusa Fizz Callie-ET, 6/24/2017 Sire: J-Kay Tequila Fizz Dam: Arethusa Veronicas Comet-ET EX-95 Mikaela Joy Yoder, Abbotsford, BC

SV Heaths Applejack Safari, 8/8/2017 Sire: Steinhauers Iatola Applejack Dam: South Mountain Tequila Salsa-ET Wayne & Allen Stiles & Michael Heath, Westminster, MD

High Honorable Mention

South Mountain Premier Sophee, 6/14/2017 Sire: Hawarden Impuls Premier Dam: South Mountain Santanas Spirit-ET Rivendale Farms of Pittsburgh LLC, Bulger, PA

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Spring yearlings 2 0 e Reserv 1

All-American

8

Unanimou s

Big Guns Andreas Virtue-ET, 3/1/2017 Sire: Sunset Canyon Andreas Dam: Big Guns Jamaica Vanilla Virtue Partners - Iager, Borba, Putt & Schirm, Ashville, OH

Arethusa Impression Visa-ET, 3/16/2017 Sire: Rock Ella Impression Dam: Arethusa Vida Tequila EX-90 Glamourview - Iager & Walton, Walkersville, MD

Honorable Mention

Lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ormiere Tequila Roxe, 3/1/2017 Sire: Tower Vue Prime Tequila Dam: Yovanovic Kyros Roxine EX-93 CAN Misty Meadow Dairy, Tillamook, OR

winter yearlings

All-American

MeadowRidge Fizz Sparkle, 12/13/2016 Sire: J-Kay Tequila Fizz Dam: MeadowRidge Jackknife Summer Cole Kruse & Gene Henderson, Dyersville, IA

Reserve

A L L A M E R I C A N j e r s e y

Entourage Fireman Stacey-ET, 12/5/2016 Sire: Colton Flame Fireman Dam: Elliotts Voltage Sienna-ET EX-90 Carly Shaw, Fairplay, MD

High Honorable Mention

Beslea Vivitar Goblin, 12/3/2016 Sire: Rock Ella BW Vivitar Dam: Beslea Comerica Gremlin EX-90 CAN Miles Price, Christian Cunningham & Clayton Arntz, Martinton, IL

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2 fall Yearlings 0 1 All-American 8 A L L A M E R I C A N

Wildweed Primero Lightning, 9/7/2016 Sire: Evangelo Del Primero Dam: South Mountain Socrates Laughter-ET Michael & Megan Moede & Katie Leuvica, Algoma, WI

Elliotts AJ Confetti-ET, 9/10/2016 Sire: Steinhauers Iatola Applejack Dam: Chilli Premier Cinema-ET EX-93 Ernest Kueffner & Terri Packard, Boonsboro, MD

High Honorable Mention

DKG Motion Shelby, 9/7/2016 Sire: KCJF Mollys Ren Motion Dam: DKG Jade Smily EX-90 John, Donna, Trevor, Lane & Blake Greiwe & Grace, Garrett & Meredith Hageman, Sidney, OH

j e r s e y W I N N E R S

Reserve

Junior Best 3 Females

Unanimou s All-American

Milksource Gentry Marriot-ET

Milksource Gentry Mink-ET

Milksource Velocity Malibu-ET

Bred by Milksource Genetics, Kaukauna, WI

Reserve All-American

Elliotts AJ Confetti-ET South Mountain Colton Ravish South Mountain Premier Sophee Bred by Ernest Kueffner & Terri Packard, Boonsboro, MD Holstein World | March 2019 | 94

Honorable Mention

SV Heaths Applejack Madeline SV Heaths Applejack Safari SV Applejack Restless-ET Bred by Spring Valley & Heath Jerseys, Westminster, MD


Milking yearlings 2 0 e v Reser 1

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Stoney Point Andreas Becca, 10/31/2016 Sire: Sunset Canyon Andreas Dam: Stoney Point Verb Blush John & Julie Mayer, Taneytown, MD

Julie-Ann Tequila Asia VG-89, 9/3/2016 Sire: Tower-Vue Prime Tequila Dam: Julie-Ann Reagan Arizona VG-84 Analise Stover, Carlisle, PA

Honorable Mention

Elliotts Vitality Cisco, 9/4/2016 Sire: Arethusa Vitality Dam: Chilli Premier Cinema EX-93 Ernest Kueffner & Terri Packard, Boonsboro, MD

Junior Two-Year-Olds

All-American

Unanimou s

Pleasant Nook Apple Dumpling VG-88 CAN 2-00 288D 13,697M 4.9% 675F 3.7% 507P RIP Sire: Steinhauers Iatola Applejack Dam: Pleasant Nook Tequila Daiquiri EX-96 CAN Pleasant Nook Jerseys, Ayr, ON

A L L A M E R I C A N j e r s e y

Reserve

Stoney Point Giller Dazzler VG-88 CAN 2-01 300D 12,004M 5.5% 657F 4.4% 534P Sire: Shamrock Giller Dam: Stoney Point Belmont Donzi Michael Paris, Canton de Hatley, QC

Honorable Mention Pennwood Andreas Ilena Sire: Sunset Canyon Andreas Dam: Pennwood Gator Illese Budjon Farms & Peter Vail, Lomira, WI

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2 Senior Two-Year-Olds 0 1 All-American Reserve 8 A L L A M E R I C A N j e r s e y W I N N E R S

Unanimou s

River Valley Excitation Flawless-ET EX-91 1-09 305D 3X 15,850M 5.8% 918F 3.7% 579P Sire: Bridon Excitation Dam: Mi-San 2 Verbatim Effortless EX-93 Misty Meadow Dairy, Tillamook, OR

Avonlea Venom Keep Me Klose ET VG-88 CAN 2-09 186D 11,841M 6.0% 708F 3.7% 437P RIP Sire: Pleasant Nook WR Tequilas Venom-ET Dam: Avonlea Kookieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s K Keepsake ET Avonlea Genetics & Michael Paris, Brighton, ON

Honorable Mention

DKG Ritzs Relentless Sugar VG-88 Sire: KCJF Ritzs Sambo Relentless-ET Dam: DKG Vindication Passion EX-90 John, Donna, Trevor, Lane & Blake Greiwe & Grace, Garrett & Meredith Hageman, Sidney, OH

All-American

Junior Three-Year-Olds Reserve

Unanimou s

South Mountain Voltage Radiant EX-91 2-01 305D 16,015M 5.7% 917F 3.8% 614P Sire: Elliotts Golden Voltage Dam: Marynole Excite Rosey EX-94 Ernest Kueffner & Terri Packard, Boonsboro, MD

Townside Tequila Response R EX-91 2-10 305D 20,392M 4.1% 839F 3.6% 727P Proj. Act. Sire: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET Dam: Townside Response Reiko Rivendale Farms of Pittsburgh LLC, Bulger, PA

Honorable M ention

Billings Impression Backstage-ET EX-91 2-10 253D 14,790M 4.9% 735F 3.5% 506P Sire: Rock Ella Impression-ET Dam: Billings Impression Boo Boo EX-90 Rancho Teresita Dairy, Tulare, CA Holstein World | March 2019 | 96


senior three-year-olds 2 0 e v r Rese 1

All-American

8

Minister Gail-ET EX-93 3-11 305D 17,974M 4.6% 832F 3.5% 622P Proj. Act. Sire: Select-Scott Minister-ET Dam: Budjon-Vail Sambo Glenna-ET Rivendale Farms of Pittsburgh LLC, Bulger, PA

Fire-Lake Premier Meg EX-91 Sire: Hawarden Impuls Premier Dam: Fire-Lake Res Medusa EX-91 Joshua, Hannah, Nicole & Rebecca Sanders, Turlock, CA

High Honorable Mention

Jasmari Verb Lil Verona-ET EX-91 3-09 115D 5,950M 6.0% 361F 3.9% 234P RIP Sire: Arethusa Action Verb-ET Dam: EDN-RU Tequilas Lilac EX-94 Misty Meadow Dairy, Tillamook, OR

four-year-olds

All-American

MB Lucky Lady Feliz Navidad-ET EX-93 4-08 305D 19,795M 5.4% 1,070F 3.5% 694P Proj. Act. Sire: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET Dam: Marlau Comerica Fabienne EX-94 CAN Rivendale Farms of Pittsburgh LLC, Bulger, PA

A L L A M E R I C A N j e r s e y

Reserve

Arethusa HG Svana-ET EX-93 Sire: SV Jade Hired Gun Dam: Milo Vindication Season EX-94 Glamourview - Iager & Walton, Walkersville, MD

Honorable Mention Chilli Nitro Cabo-ET EX-93 Sire: All Lynns Hendrix Nitro Dam: Family Hill Connection Chilli-ET River Valley Farm, Tremont, IL Holstein World | March 2019 | 97

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2 five-year-olds 0 1 All-American 8 A L L A M E R I C A N j e r s e y W I N N E R S

Reserve

Avonlea Premier Chocolate Chip EX-94 CAN, 6/14/2013 3-07 305D 21,270M 6.1% 1,292F 3.7% 778P Sire: Hawarden Impuls Premier Dam: Avonlea Kookie Dough-ET EX-93 CAN Avonlea Genetics Inc., Brighton, ON

Scottiere Kacey Tequila EX-93 Sire: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET Dam: Scottiere Katia Magic EX-93 CAN River Valley Farm, Tremont, IL

Honorable Mention

SV Impression Holly-ET EX-94 Sire: Rock Ella Impression-ET Dam: Pleasant Valley Prime Heather River Valley Farm, Tremont, IL

All-American

Unanimou s

RRF Comerica Daisy EX-94 Sire: Bridon Remake Comerica Dam: RRF Elite Dellie River Valley Farm & Reinholt Jerseys, Tremont, IL

Reserve

JL Vincent Sapphira EX-95 Sire: Bridon Vincent-ET Dam: JL Action Suzette River Valley Farm, Tremont, IL

Honorable Mention

Humming BT Finalist Dottie EX-94, 3-10 305D 16,860M 4.0% 679F 3.3% 548P Sire: Bush River Belles Bowtie Dam: Humming Finalist Dora EX-90 Ernest Kueffner, Terri Packard & Mike & Linda Hellenbrand, Boonsboro, MD Holstein World | March 2019 | 98

aged cows


All-American

Lifetime Production Cow 2 0 e v r e Res 1 8

Unanimou s

Discoverys Tequila Jewelene EX-96 5-11 353D 18,458M 6.3% 1,159F 4.3% 788P Sire: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET Dam: Demmers Jade Jewelry EX-90 Lisa Demmer, Ellsworth, WI

Marlau Socrates Arcadios-ET EX-94 4E CAN 6-00 305D 17,374M 5.4% 935F 3.8% 661F Sire: Piedmont Prize Socrates Dam: Bridon Baw Arcade-ET EX-91 CAN Cybil Fisher, Patty Jones & Avonlea Genetics Inc., Brighton, ON

Honorable Mention

Pleasant Nook Action Frisky EX-96 CAN 6-11 355D 4.9% 1,347F 3.6% 992P Sire: Forest Glen Avery Action Dam: Pleasant Nook A Firstclass EX-93 CAN Pleasant Nook Jerseys, Ayr, ON

senior best 3 females

All-American

Arethusa Vespera

Arethusa HG Svana-ET

Arethusa Tequila Vision

Bred by Arethusa Farm, Litchfield, CT

Reserve All-American Pleasant Nook Action Frisky Pleasant Nook Tequila Daiquiri Pleasant Nook Vincent Cupcake Bred by Pleasant Nook Jerseys, Ayr, ON

Honorable Mention

Elliotts Vitality Cisco-ET Elliotts AJ Chicago-ET South Mountain Voltage Radiant-ET Bred by Ernest Kueffner & Terri Packard, Boonsboro, MD

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Arethusa HG Svana-ET

Arethusa Impression Sunshine-ET

Produce of Milo Vindication Season Arethusa Farm, Litchfield, CT

Reserve All-American

Honorable Mention Produce of Marynole Excite Rosey: South Mountain Voltage Radiant-ET Elliotts Chavez Roxie Ernest Kueffner & Terri Packard, Boonsboro, MD

Produce of Chilli Premier Cinema: Elliotts Vitality Cisco-ET Elliotts AJ Chicago-ET Ernest Kueffner & Terri Packard, Boonsboro, MD

All-American Votes

Spring Calves Parkview Vavan Somthing Honest HC-Hearts Desire Fizz Lucky Beslea Austen Matthews Ms Germaine Colton Gidget Avonlea Keeper at Burntwood Dream-Valley Expresso

91 UAA 37 RAA 8 HM 7 0 0

Winter Calves Heart & Soul Fizz Faith-ET Ratliff Showdown Volcano-ET Drentex Getaway Bella Homeridge T Annette Exels Andreas Winter 4291 Stadview Mr Dynamic Amaze

98 UAA 27 RAA 23 HHM 6 0 0

Fall Calves Milksource Gentry Marriot-ET Milksource Gentry Mink-ET Exels Barfly Jessa 4156 KCJF Andreas Cancun SV Heaths Applejack Madeline Leachland Kisses K

84 UAA 36 RAA 8 HM 3 1 0

Summer Yearlings Arethusa Fizz Callie-ET SV Heaths Applejack Safari South Mountain Premier Sophee Despreverts Joel Glamour-ET Thistle Dew Sweet Apple Big Guns Andreas Vanish-ET

94 AA 30 RAA 25 HHM 4 1 0

Spring Yearlings Big Guns Andreas Virtue-ET Arethusa Impression Visa-ET L’ormiere Tequila Roxe

98 UAA 35 RAA 11 HM

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Beslea Velocity Lion Intense Gentry Deesse Hard Core Lemon Fizz

Winter Yearlings Meadowridge Fizz Sparkle Entourage Fireman Stacey-ET Beslea Vivitar Goblin SV Applejack Restless-ET L’ormiere Tequila Leah Lost-Elm Tequila Skydome Fall Yearlings Wildweed Primero Lightning Elliotts AJ Confetti-ET DKG Motion Shelby MeadowRidge Tristan Trudy Discoverys Tequila Jaded-ET Miss Incentive Monique Jr. Best 3 Milksource LLC South Mountain / Elliotts Spring Valley (SV) Arethusa Farm Exels Jerseys Beslea Farms Yearlings in Milk Julie-Ann Tequila Asia Stoney Point Andreas Becca Elliotts Vitality Cisco Lightning Ridge Tequila Fernleaf Elliotts AJ Chicago-ET Heartfilleds Colton Tenley

4 4 2

Jr. 2s Pleasant Nook Apple Dumpling Stoney Point Giller Dazzler Pennwood Andreas Ilena Budjon-Vail Verbatim Shar-ET Okato Topeka Fawn Twincounty Colton Eulayla

82 AA 42 RAA 21 HHM 9 Sr. 2s 0 River Valley Excitation Flawless-ET 0 Avonlea Venom Keep Me Klose-ET DKG Ritz Relentless Sugar LC Success Abilene 90 AA MeadowRidge Granite Allia 34 RAA 24 HHM Jr. 3s 6 South Mountain Voltage Radiant 0 Townside Tequila Response R 0 Billings Impression Backstage-ET Billings Impression of Booboo-ET Showdown Justine 98 UAA Showdown Electra 28 RAA 18 HM Sr. 3s 8 Minister Gail-ET 2 Fire-Lake Premier Meg 0 Jasmari Verb Lil Verona-ET Knappway Tequila Ice Ice Baby Stadview Premier Loyal-ET 82 AA 51 RAA 4 year olds 18 HM MB Lucky Lady Feliz Navidad-ET 3 Arethusa HG Svana-ET 0 Chilli Nitro Cabo-ET 0 Daven Fame Lenna Bri-Lin Valson Spritz Sunrise Vindication Sunup

5 year olds 98 UAA Avonlea Premier Chocolate Chip 38 RAA Scottiere Kacey Tequila 16 HM SV Impression Holly-ET Windy Willow Impression Lori J 1 Edgebrook Tequila Madison-ET 1 LC Valentino Clover 0

87 AA 43 RAA 6 HM 5 2 0

Aged Cows 91 UAA RRF Comerica Daisy 34 RAA JL Vincent Sapphira 15 HM Humming BT Finalist Dottie MeadowRidge Jackknife Summer 3 Pleasant Nook Tequila Daiquiri 0 Nabholz Tequila Sara

98 UAA 40 RAA 10 HM 5 1 0

98 UAA Lifetime Cheese Production 91 26 RAA Discoverys Tequila Jewelene 37 11 HM Marlau Socrates Arcadios-ET Pleasant Nook Action Frisky 15 9 8 Senior Best 3 2 Arethusa Farm 86 Pleasant Nook 46 18 94 AA South Mountain/Elliotts 4 30 RAA MeadowRidge 0 26 HHM Discovery Genetics 4 Produce of Dam 0 Produce of Milo Vindication Season 94 Produce of Chilli Premier Cinema 37 92 AA Produce of Marynole Excite Rosey 19 4 37 RAA Produce of Demmers Furor Joyful 16 HM Produce of Bridon Vindication Evelyn-ET0 9 0 0

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Junior Contest

Jr. All-American

MeadowRidge Bang Bang Sunshine, 3/10/2018 Sire: Lookout Tequila Bang Bang Dam: MeadowRidge Style Amanda Emma Anderson, Cumberland, WI Tierneys Andreas Lorina, 3/11/2018 Sire: Sunset Canyon Andreas Dam: Tierneys Giller Liberty EX-91 Kathryn & Patrick Bosley, Malone, NY

Honorable Mention

Spring Heifer Calves 2

0 1 8

Reserve

HC-Hearts Desire Fizz Lucky, 3/2/2018 Sire: J-Kay Tequila Fizz Dam: HHC Iatola Luellen VG-87 Daniel Yorton, Linkwood, MD

Honorable Mention

Underground Nat Mamie Nikki-ET, 3/8/2018 Sire: Reich-Dale Vaden-ET Dam: Underground Natasha Mamie Shelby M. Rader, Conneaut Lake, PA

Winter Heifer Calves Jr. All-American Reserve

Four-Hills Casino Butterfinger, 12/7/2017 Sire: Elliotts Regency Casino-ET Dam: Four-Hills Impression Bongo Megan Hill, Bristol, VT Four-Hills Premier Bashful 6535 {6}, 12/24/2017 Sire: Hawarden Impuls Premier Dam: Four-Hills Tequila Betha 6263 {5} Sarah Hill, Bristol, VT

A L L A M E R I C A N J E R S E Y

MeadowRidge Jax Blueberry, 12/2/2017 Sire: Discoverys Tequila Jax Dam: MeadowRidge Style Kae Emma Anderson, Cumberland, WI

Honorable Mention

Homeridge T Annette, 12/7/2017 Sire: Tower-Vue Prime Tequila-ET Dam: Homeridge P Annette EX-90 Sam Pitterle, Watertown, WI

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fall Heifer Calves

Jr. All-American

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MeadowRidge Jax Tulip, 10/18/2017 Sire: Discoverys Tequila Jax Dam: MeadowRidge King Bailey Alleah Anderson, Cumberland, WI

KCJF Andreas Cancun, 9/5/2017 Sire: Sunset Canyon Andreas Dam: KCJF Tracers Caliber Landree Fraley, Muncy, PA

High Honorable Mention Lost-Elm Tequila Poppy, 9/18/2017 Sire: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET Dam: Lookout Iatola Polka Dot Kylie Nickels, Watertown, WI

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Unanimou s Big Guns Andreas Vanish-ET, 6/8/2017 Sire: Sunset Canyon Andreas Dam: Big Guns Jamaica Vanilla Sabrina Clark & Madison Fisher, Springville, PA

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Schulte Bros Teq Dora, 6/24/2017 Sire: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET Dam: Avonlea Intâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;l Dare to Dream EX-93 Jared Dickman, Lanark, IL

Honorable Mention

Four-Hills Colton Georgia 65001, 7/4/2017 Sire: Chilli Action Colton-ET Dam: Four-Hills Excitation Golden 6008-ET Megan Hill, Bristol, VT


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MeadowRidge King Sunflower-ET, 3/28/2017 Sire: MeadowRidge K Tel King Dam: MeadowRidge Mac Spring Alleah Anderson, Cumberland, WI

Nobledale Fizz Fanta, 4/14/2017 Sire: J-Kay Tequila Fizz Dam: Nobledale Premier Frazzle Landree Fraley, Muncy, PA

Honorable Mention Drentex Gizmoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Galaxy, 3/14/2017 Sire: Chilli Action Colton Dam: Drentex Gentry Gizmo EX-92 CAN Taylor Vander Meulen, Brighton, ON

Winter yearlings Jr. All-American

MeadowRidge Fizz Sparkle, 12/13/2016 Sire: J-Kay Tequila Fizz Dam: MeadowRidge Jackknife Summer Cole Kruse & Gene Henderson, Dyersville, IA

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Lost-Elm Tequila Skydome, 1/14/2017 Sire: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET Dam: Bri-Lin Giller Simone Kylie Nickels, Watertown, WI

Honorable Mention

Beslea Vivitar Goblin, 12/3/2016 Sire: Rock Ella BW Vivitar Dam: Beslea Comerica Gremlin EX-90 CAN Miles Price, Christian Cunningham & Clayton Arntz, Martinton, IL

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Wildweed Primero Lightning, 9/7/2016 Sire: Evangelo Del Primero Dam: South Mountain Socrates Laughter-ET Michael & Megan Moede & Katie Leuvica, Algoma, WI

Honorable Mention

Miss Incentive Monique, 9/9/2016 Sire: Hometown Incentive-ET Dam: Edgebrook Verb Lashea Hannah Nelson & Noah Bilz, Ellsworth, WI

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MeadowRidge Tristan Trudy, 9/20/2016 Sire: Lookout Furor Tristan Dam: MeadowRidge Getaway Tani Alleah Anderson, Cumberland, WI

Reserve

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Julie-Ann Tequila Asia VG-89, 9/3/2016 Sire: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET Dam: Julie-Ann Reagan Arizona VG-84 Analise Stover, Carlisle, PA

Carly-O Tequila Always {4}-ET, 9/1/2016 Sire: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET Dam: Twisted-K Iatola Apple {3} Carly Olufs, Petaluma, CA

Honorable Mention

DKG Motion Shelby VG-87, 9/7/2016 Sire: KCJF Molly Ren Motion Dam: DKG Jade Smiley EX-90 Garrett Hageman, Sidney, OH Holstein World | March 2019 | 104


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DKG Motion Jolly VG-88, 4/14/2016 Sire: KCJF Molly Ren Motion Dam: DKG Grayson Tinkerbell VG-87 Blake Greiwe, Quincy, OH

Twincounty Colton Eulayla VG-88, 3/4/2016 Sire: Chilli Action Colton-ET Dam: Stoney Point HG Euphoria-ET Landree Fraley, Muncy, PA

Honorable Mention

Heath-Stiles Colton Bianca-ET, 6/1/2016 Sire: Chilli Action Colton-ET Dam: Arethusa HG Blushing EX-92 Jacob, Logan & Madison Harbaugh, Marion, WI

SEnior two-year-olds Jr. All-American-Tie

DKG Ritzs Relentless Sugar VG-88, 12/20/2015 Sire: KCJF Ritzs Sambo Relentless-ET Dam: DKG Vindication Passion EX-90 Lane Greiwe, Sidney, OH

Jr. All-Americ an-Tie

LC Success Abilene VG-89, 9/13/2015 Sire: Buttercrest Success-ET Dam: LC Governor Independence EX-93 Taylor, Erin & Sophie Leach, Linwood, KS

Honorable Mention

MeadowRidge Granite Allia, 9/8/2015 Sire: WF Tequila Granite-P Dam: MeadowRidge Minister Alleah-ET Alleah Anderson, Cumberland, WI

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Klinedell Tequila Janice VG-88, 3/7/2015 Sire: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET Dam: Klinedell Gov Jessica VG-85 Jacob Kline, Myerstown, PA

MeadowRidge Kasanova Sara, 7/15/2015 Sire: Avonlea Arcadia Kasanova-ET Dam: MeadowRidge Mac Spring Emma Anderson, Cumberland, WI

Honorable Mention

Miss Premier Mangorita EX-91, 3/21/2015 Sire: Hawarden Impuls Premier Dam: Edges Rita EX-91 Colton Thomas, North Lewisburg, OH

J Senior three-year-old E Jr. All-American Unanimou s R Fire-Lake Premier Meg EX-91, 12/4/2014 S Sire: Hawarden Impuls Premier Dam: Fire-Lake Res Medusa EX-91 E Joshua, Hannah, Nicole & Rebecca Sanders, Turlock, CA Y W I N N E R S

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Unanimou s Chilli Nitro Cabo-ET EX-93, 3/4/2014 Sire: All Lynns Hendrix Nitro Dam: Family Hill Connection Chilli-ET Ben, Andy, Blessing & Grace Sauder, Tremont, IL

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Homeridge Tequila Viv 2 EX-92, 9/18/2013 Sire: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET Dam: Homeridge LB Viv Matthew D Boop, Millmont, PA

Honorable Mention

Sunrise Vindication Sunup EX-93, 6/1/2014 Sire: Vindication Dam: Jewels Iatola Sunrise EX-92 Natalie & Mia Berry, Sherwood, OR

five-year-olds Jr. All-American

SV Impression Holly EX-94, 3/2/2013 Sire: Rock Ella Impression-ET Dam: Pleasant Valley Prime Heather Ben, Andy, Blessing & Grace Sauder, Tremont, IL

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Windy Willow Impression Lori J VG-85, 8/14/2013 Sire: Rock Ella Impression-ET Dam: Windy Willow Governor Lady June EX-91 Natalie Berry & Nicole Sanders, Hilmar, CA

Honorable Mention

LC Valentino Clover EX-94, 3/18/2013 Sire: All Lynns Louie Valentino-ET Dam: LC Justice Pepper VG-89 Erin & Sophie Leach & Anna Hahn, Linwood, KS

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ZBW Masons Remake Victoria EX-93, 3/29/2012 Sire: Rock Ella Remake Dam: Oakfield Minister Venice EX-91 Mason Ziemba, Durhamville, NY

MeadowRidge Jackknife Summer, 3/19/2012 Sire: Hollylane Jewels Jackknife-ET Dam: MeadowRidge Gusto Shine Alleah Anderson, Cumberland, WI

Honorable Mention

Smokin Hot Lovely Rendition EX-91, 12/21/2011 Sire: Rachels Last Rendition Dam: Ron-Net Status Lola EX-90 Austin T. Nauman, Norwalk, WI

junior All-American Votes Spring Calves MeadowRidge Bang Bang Sunshine HC-Hearts Desire Fizz Lucky Tierneys Andreas Lorina Underground Nat Mamie Nikki JX Cornish Pablo Paige {4} LC Venom Rampage

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Winter Calves Four-Hills Casino Butterfinger MeadowRidge Jax Blueberry Four-Hills Premiere Bashful 6535 Homeridge T Annette Crossbrook MD Pride VIP Daysha-ET

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Fall Calves KCJF Andreas Cancun MeadowRidge Jax Tulip Lost-Elm Tequila Poppy Big Guns Andreas Victory-ET Bar MB Tequila Maggie-ET

50 AA 27 RAA 21 HHM 1 0

Summer Yearlings Big Guns Andreas Vanish-ET Schulte Bros Teq Dora Four-Hills Colton Georgia 65001 Bolle-Acres Gentry Lora Klinedell TL Jump The Ring-ET Emerald Valley Miss Liberty Bell

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63 UAA 18 RAA 15 HM 2 1 0

Spring Yearlings Nobledale Fizz Fanta MeadowRidge King Sunflower-ET Drentex Gizmoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Galaxy Lost-Elm Tequila Nala Miss Triple-T Andreas Rapunzel RV/TJ Andreas Vera 5058-ET Winter Yearlings Meadowridge Fizz Sparkle Lost-Elm Tequila Skydome Beslea Vivitar Goblin Breezy Knoll Tequila Tosha Carpsview Roman Basil Sugar&Spice MG Confession Fall Yearlings Wildweed Primero Lightning MeadowRidge Tristan Trudy Miss Incentive Monique Yearlings in Milk Julie-Ann Tequila Asia Carly-O Tequila Always {4}-ET DKG Motion Shelby Schulte Bros HG Griffen-ET Smokin Hot Lithium

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35 AA 30 RAA 8 HM 3 1 0 59 21 15 4 0 0

Jr. 2 Year Olds Twincounty Colton Eulayla 45 AA DKG Motion Jolly 32 RAA Heath-Stiles Colton Bianca-ET 8 HM Opportunity Tequila Margherita-ET 3

Sr. 2 Year Olds DKG Ritz Relentless Sugar LC Success Abilene AA MeadowRidge Granite Allia RAA Impressions Ringo HM Jr. 3 Year Olds Klinedell Tequila Janice MeadowRidge Kasanova Sara Miss Premier Mangorita

63 UAA Sr. 3 Year Old 27 RAA Fire-Lake Premier Meg 9 HM 4 Year Olds Chilli Nitro Cabo-ET 59 AA Homeridge Tequila Viv 2 25 RAA Sunrise Vindication Sunup 14 HM Smokin Hot Light The Lamp 1 0

38 AA - T 38 AA - T 7 HM 5 56 UAA 24 RAA 8 HM 63 UAA 63 UAA 23 RAA 13 HM 0

5 Year Olds SV Impression Holly-ET Windy Willow Impression Lori J LC Valentino Clover Ratliff Minister Midgee River Valley Excitation Spice

52 AA 28 RAA 7 HM 1 0

Aged Cows MeadowRidge Jackknife Summer ZBW Masons Remake Victoria Smokin Hot Lovely Rendition IC Tequila Laurie

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News Briefs | Industry Updates PENNSYLVANIA JUNIOR HOLSTEIN CONVENTION Submitted by Ken Raney, PA Holstein

Abby Stoltzfus & Quinn Dum

Andrea Stoltzfus and Taylor Wolfe, daughter of Ray and Dawn Wolfe. Intermediate Distinguished Junior Members are Abby Stoltzfus, daughter of Duane and Andrea Stoltzfus and Quinn Dum, son of Tom and Rebecca Dum. The Junior Distinguished

Brooke Carey

and Supreme Champion of the Premier National Junior Holstein Show and wa s fourth at the Internationa l Junior Holstein Show. Th i s y e a r â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s PA L Aw a r d

Taylor Wolfe & Elizabeth Stoltzfus

The Pennsylvania Holstein Juniors held their Junior State Convention in February. Two outstanding youth were chosen to represent Pennsylvania in the National Distinguished Junior Member Contest to be held in Wisconsin in June. They were Elizabeth Stoltzfus, daughter of Duane and

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Graeson Brickner & Carolyn Troutman

Junior Member Winners are Graeson Brickner, son of Amy Brickner and Carolyn Troutman, daug hter of Justin and Renee Troutman. Many other awards were presented for contests and production as well as the Star of the Breed Award. This award is presented to the cow who places in the top five in her class at the Premier National Junior Holstein Show, International Junior Holstein Show or the NAILE Junior Holstein Show; completed a lactation in the last year and have an official classification score. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s selection was Plum-Line Reginald Velour EX-94, owne d by Brooke Carey of Titusville, Pennsylvania. Velour was first in her FourYear-Old Class, Grand

was presented to Dr. James Osborne of Millerstown, Pennsylvania. The PAL Award is designed to thank an individual for their leadership, influence and help developing an outstanding youth program. Dr. Osborne is a member of the Millerstown Veterinary Associates. He has served as the Perry County Dairy Bowl and Jeopardy coach since 2007. He and his wife Irene also serve as the 2020 National Junior Convention co-chairs. The Pennsylvania Holstien Youth Scholarship Award was presented to Taylor Wolf of Milton, Pennsylvania. She is attending Penn State University majoring in Animal Sciences and Business Management.

NATIONAL DAIRY SHRINE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS DUE APRIL 15 The National Dairy Shrine is again looking for applications for its annual scholarship program. Official scholarship application award forms are available on the NDS web site, www.dairyshrine.org under the youth tab and then scholarship applications.


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Events Mar. 14 | Borderview 2nd Edition Sale, Richford, VT Mar. 16 | Heart of the Wheel Sale, Green County Fairgrounds, Monroe, WI. Sale is managed by Green County Holstein Breeders. Mar. 24 | Franchise Kind Sale, Ashville, OH Mar. 26 | Best of Petitclerc & Partners Sale, Canada Office & Cybil: 920.465.3880 - cybilfisher@hotmail.com Lea: 680.214.1845 - leamccullough@gmail.com Jenny: 614.395.9823 - jennythomas614@yahoo.com

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Mar. 28 | Triple-T & Heath Sale, Columbus, OH Mar. 30 | The Best of Luck-E Sale, Hampshire, IL Mar. 29-30 | Mid-East Spring National Holstein Show, Columbus, OH, Judge: Mark Rueth, WI Mar. 30 | Purdue Boilermaker Sale, Lafayette, IN Apr. 5 | "She's Worth The Money" Sale, featuring Hoese Complete Dispersal, Hutchinson, MN Apr. 5 | New York Spring Selections Sale, Syracuse, NY Apr. 6 | 19th Badger Invitational Sale, Madison, WI Apr. 7 | Northeast Spring National Holstein Show, Syracuse, NY, Judge: Pat Conroy, IN

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Apr. 13 | Heatherstone Enterprises Complete Dispersal, Baraboo, WI Apr. 13 | Southern Spring National Holstein Show, Stillwater, OK, Judge: Brian Behnke, WI Apr 19-20 | Heart & Soul Spring Tag Sale 1st Edition, Milmont, PA Apr. 25 | National Convention Sale, Charolette Town, PEI Apr. 25 | Spring Revelation Sale, Eastriver Farms, Marshfield, PEI Apr. 27 | Midwest Spring National Holstein Show, Madison, WI, Judge: Keith Topp, OH May 4 | Stars of Liddleholme Spring Opportunity Sale, Argyle, NY May 11-13 | Spring Collection Tag Sale, Jefferson, MD May 15 | The Heritage Sale, Richmond, UT May 16-17 | Western Spring National Holstein Show, Richmond, UT May 18 | Oakfield Corners Spring Sensation Sale, Oakfield, NY May 28 | Wilstar Holsteins Complete Dispersal, Poysippi, WI June 26 | National Convention Sale, Appleton, WI

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all traits will be improved. What happens in the alternative schemes where individuals select their service sires by focusing just on a couple traits? Unfortunately, several other traits with economic value will deteriorate. Perhaps the best example was when the average daughter pregnancy rate for U.S. Holsteins declined from 38.8% in 1960 to 24.1% in 2000, in an era when producers directed most of their selection emphasis toward improving production. After the Productive Life evaluation was published and incorporated into Net Merit – followed soon with a direct evaluation for Daughter Pregnancy Rate – this decline in fertility reversed Holstein World | March 2019 | 112

Send your events to purebred.editor@gmail.com to be listed here and on holsteinworld.com! and began improving each year. These indexes developed by USDA for CDCB are transparent and have been peer reviewed. The genetic change (progress) obtained in individual traits is published tri-annually on CDCB’s website. CDCB offers four lifetime merit indexes – net merit, cheese merit, fluid merit and grazing merit – to provide alternatives so producers under differing conditions can choose the index most appropriate for their herds’ management and milk pricing. The returns to producers from using well-designed genetic indexes are enormous. If all selection in the U.S. would be based on NM$, cows dying while in the milking herd is projected to decline from 17% to 10% within a decade. Then, salvage sales to U.S. producers could increase by as much as $394 million by the 10th year. This is because genetic evaluations for Cow Livability have been developed and incorporated into all four CDCB

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Index

44 | Accelerated Genetics

38 | Liddleholme Holsteins

43 | All-Glo Farms

111 | Lincrest Jerseys

113 | AlphaGenetics

41 | Lookout Holsteins

88 | Arethusa Farm

84 | Meadow Ridge Jerseys

89 | Avonlea

2 | MilkSource Genetics

56 | Ballweg Hickory Hills/Opsalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

7 | MultiMinUSA

Ridge

113 | Beiler-Campbell Real Estate

45, 51 | Oakfield Corners

39 | Blondin

6 | Budjon-Vail 14 | ClarkValley/London Diary

40 | NDIRA, Inc. 110 | Puredue Boilermaker Sale

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50 | Rocky-Run Farm

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15 | RuAnn & Maddox Dairies

40 | Crave Brothers

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113 | Cybil Fisher Photography

55 | Dayspring Holsteins

82, 116 | Select Sires

5 | Savage-Leigh 86 | Stranshome Holsteins

42 | Ferme Garay

58 | Swanee Acres

13 | Ferme Jacobs

47 | TomBeth Farms

112 | Glauser & Fils

87 | Triple-T

86 | Heath Jerseys

38 | Velthuis Farms LTD

59 | Kara-Kesh Holsteins

42 | Weeksdale Dairy

57 | Kress-Hill Dairy

85 | Winright Holsteins

SALES

83 | Reed Dairy Farm

113 | Cliprfix/Tim Sollman

Duckett Holsteins

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January 3, 1998. His second marriage was to Joyce Stout May 20, 2000. Glen was a Dairy farmer and their farm was called the Baugo Valley Holstein Farm. For many years he drove school bus for Jimtown Schools. He also drove a milk route for many years. He was a member of Jamestown United Methodist Church. He judged Holstein Shows all over the United States and in foreign countries. He was a lifetime member of the Holstein Association of America. He was a Master Breeder and honorary member of the Indiana Holstein Association and a member of the Belgium Horse Association Mr. Cook is survived by his wife, Joyce;

children, Tom (Diana) Cook, Elkhart, Cindy (Mark) Campbell, Elkhart, Monte (Katherine) Cook, Mishawaka, Ned (Marla) Cook, Goshen; grandchildren, Travis (Nicole) Campbell, Traci (Nick) Sweazy, Candace (Matthew) Nelson, Justin (Claire) Cook, Stephanie Cook, Cassandra Cook, Mackenzie (Zach) Hill, Shane Cook; and 6 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and sisters, Doris Cook and Phyllis Burgner. Memorial services were held March 2. Memorial contributions may be given to Jamestown United Methodist Church Community Services or Elkhart County Humane Shelter.

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