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JERSEYS

INDEX NM$

CM$

Milk

Fat

Pro

% Pro

CFP

Rel

SCS

PL

DPR

Type

JUI

PEDIGREE

Name

100JE07400

JX Clover Patch Avon ENZO {3}

185 576 586 2055 62 -0.16 65 -0.04 127 75 2.84 4.4 -0.4 2.0 17.1 JX AVON {2}

100JE07410

Sandcreeks D Lars COLOMBIA278-ET

175

577 593

1231 57

-0.01

48

0.02 105

72

3.06

5.1 2.5

1.0

10.6

LARS FORMIDABLE

100JE07402

JX Midway Vandrell DAWSON {3}-ET

167

508 537

814 55

0.08

40

0.05

95

76

2.83

4.3 0.8

1.0

12.4

JX VANDRELL {2} ALLSTAR

100JE07393

Yosemite Viceroy RECALL

167

563 589

1178 69

0.06

52

0.05 121

76

3.06

5.0 -0.3

0.7

11.4

VICEROY PERFORM

100JE07401

JX Midway Avon DIXON {3}-ET

165

513 537

1143 56

0.01

47

0.03 103

76

2.85

3.9 -0.3

1.5

19.3

JX AVON {2}

100JE07403

Ahlem Bancroft CHICAGO 23929

164

500 514

1471 50

-0.09

52

0.00 102

74

2.96

3.1 -1.4

2.6

26.4

BANCROFT VIPER

100JE07396

JX Kash-In Got Maid KUDOS {6}-ET

161

501 533

1180 64

0.04

52

0.05 116

71

2.78

2.9 -0.6

1.0

8.0

JX GOT MAID {5} REGENCY

100JE07404

JX Sunset Canyon MAID MAN {6}-ET

161

555 585

1181 86

0.14

53

0.05 139

70

2.94

2.6 -1.9

0.7

3.7

JX GOT MAID {5} MAGNUM

100JE07399

JX TLJ Nx Level BUSTER {5}

155

522 541

1192 56

0.00

48

0.02 104

74

3.07

5.0 1.1

1.7

11.6

NXLEVEL CHILI

100JE07391

Sunset Canyon DENMARK-P-ET

151

434 468

410 53

0.17

31

0.08

84

75

2.83

3.5 -1.3

1.7

34.8

KWYNN HULK

100JE07382

Sunset Canyon MAID-RITE-ET

149

472 520

58 64

0.31

30

0.14

94

76

2.89

3.2 1.7

0.3

6.4

505JE00126

JX BW VALIANT {5}

148 485 503 1258 58 -0.01 45 0.00 103 76 2.71 4.3 -1.9 1.3 17.7 JX HARRIS {4}

100JE07398

Yosemite KW MASTERS DEGREE-ET

145

417 445

100JE07386

Sunset Canyon DHATRY-ET

144

470 499

100JE07377

JX Hilmar Harris GOUDA {5}-ET

138

426 453

100JE07374

Hilmar Calypso CHEWBACCA {5}

137

416 418

100JE07394

Ahlem Axis BREGO 22516-ET

133

100JE07376

Ahlem Reno BOGGART 23199-ET

125

481 48

% Fat

HEALTH & TYPE

Naab Code

100JE07359 Sunset CANYON 739

JPI

PRODUCTION

Sire

MGS

JX HARRIS {4}

ALLSTAR

DIMENSION DOMINICAN LEGION

0.12

30

0.06

78

76

2.90

2.7 1.7

2.1

27.1

KWYNN MASTERS

410 55

0.18

27

0.06

82

76

2.73

4.7 1.2

0.1

5.6

DIMENSION MATINEE

1417 50

-0.08

56

0.02 106

77

2.81

3.2 -3.0

0.9

9.8

JX HARRIS {4}

1296 35

-0.13

36

-0.05

71

76

2.68

4.8 0.4

1.8

19.0

CALYPSO JUPITER

433 461

908 44

0.00

43

0.05

87

76

2.88

3.5 -2.2

1.6

12.7

AXIS RENEGADE

447 456

490 55

0.16

21

0.02

76

76

3.09

4.5 0.6

1.4

14.8

RENO RENEGADE

120

372 405

311 48

0.17

28

0.08

76

76

2.86

3.2 -1.0

0.9

13.9

SPARKY PERFORM JX HARRIS {4}

SPARKY

100JE07380

JX Hilmar Harris ROYAL {5}-P-ET

120

394 426

1079 60

0.04

51

0.06 111

76

2.95

1.2 -5.2

1.4

13.2

100JE07383

Sunset Canyon MAKAI

117

382 388

1167 40

-0.07

39

-0.01

79

74

3.02

3.0 1.1

0.8

6.3

CSCVISIONMAN DOMINICAN

100JE07375

Hilmar Volcano DINIS-P-ET

114

393 403

1177 47

-0.04

42

0.00

89

77

3.04

2.5 -2.3

1.3

8.9

VOLCANO SPARKY

100JE07357

Sunset Canyon MASTER PLAN {6}-ET

97

343 364

901 72

0.14

40

0.04 112

77

2.97

-0.1 -2.6

0.9

4.2

PLUS {5}

85

297 296

312 26

0.06

9

-0.01

35

98

3.03

4.6 -1.0

1.7

28.4

IRWIN CENTURION

-34

-625 -7

0.12

-8

0.08 -15

76

3.01

0.3 -1.3

1.4

26.9

ANDREAS LEGION

505JE00125 BW CITATION A-ET* 100JE07405

Sunset Canyon ACHILLES-ET*

0

-17

CDCB: 12/18 All are BBR 100 and JH1F unless otherwise noted. * indicates JH1C

SPARKY

IMPULS


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Communications Specialist: Jaclyn Krymowski Administrative Assistant: Hannah Meller Intern: Skylar Buell

70 Active A.I. and Foreign Bulls Ranked by GJPI

71 Active A.I. and Foreign Bulls Ranked by Appraisal Traits

18 All American Jersey Sale All American Jersey Sale

18

24 All American Jersey Show

38 National Jersey Jug Futurity 58 Pot O’Gold Sale 72 Top 10 Bulls Ranked within Categories

76 Top 150 Cows Ranked by GJPI 80 Top Heifers Ranked by Genomic or Parent Average JPI

48 All American Junior Jersey Show

69 G-Code Bulls Marketed by A.I. Organizations

75 Top Polled Females by GJPI 84 Top REAP Herds by GJPI Average

45 Junior Banquet Highlights

Williams Honored with Max Gordon Award

44

Center Pullout—2018 All American Parade of Champions

18 All American Jersey Sale

24 All American Jersey Show

61 Madson Family Herd Dispersal

48 All American Junior Jersey Show

63 Ohio Fall Production Sale

88 Iowa State Fair Junior Show

58 Pot O’Gold Sale

38 National Jersey Jug Futurity 65 New Jersey State Fair Jersey Show

Hirds Colton Dream was named National Grand Champion at the 66th All American Jersey Show and Supreme Champion of the 2018 North American International Livestock Exposition. She was exhibited by the partnership of Keightley-Core and Borba of Salvisa, Ky. SV Impression HollyET was named National Junior Grand Champion for Grace Sauder, Tremont, Ill. For complete show results, see highlights of The All American Jersey Show beginning on page 24. Junior show highlights start on page 48. All American and Junior All American winners are again featured as the center spread of the magazine. The January issue also highlights other All American events, including two of the breed’s elite annual sales: the All American Jersey Sale and the Pot O’Gold Sale. Congratulations to all who participated in this year’s All American events.

JANUARY 2019

67 State Fair of Texas Jersey Show 60 2018 Annual Meeting Holsts Contribute to Research Youth Funds

68 State Fair of Texas Junior Show

14 Gifts Received for Jersey Youth Academy 74 Jersey A.I. Leaders Form New Global Company—URUS

6

AJCA, NAJ Board Members

56 March 1 Deadline for Production Contest

8

Advertising Index

22 Portrait of Core and Woodruff Raises Thousands for Core Jersey Youth Fund

67 Advertising Rates

31 Premier Performance Winners, All American Jersey Show

10 Calendar

55 Premier Performance Winners, All American Junior Jersey Show

6

Field Service Staff

66 Shaw Crowned National Jersey Queen

6

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14 State Page Advertising Rebate Checks Issued

89, 90 Journal Shopping Center 64, 88 Letters to the Editor

20 Sponsors of the Pre-Sale Social

10 Registration Fees

44 Williams Honored with Max Gordon Award

10 Type Appraisal Schedule

14 Along the Jersey Road 17 Editorial

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American Jersey Cattle Association Board of Directors Officers President: Jonathan Merriam, 12136 Riverview Rd., Hickman, CA 95323-9605. Phone 209/324-4983; ahlemfarms@aol.com Vice President: Walter Owens, 412 350th Ave., Frederic, WI 54837. Phone 715/566-1910; owens.walter60@gmail. com; Seventh District. 2019. Directors John Boer, 1914 Cheyenne Trail, Dalhart, TX 79022; Phone 806/884-8303; boer7274@aol.com. Ninth District. 2021. Karen Bohnert, 1300 179th Street N, East Moline, IL 61244. Phone 563/320-2895; karenbohnert@hotmail. com. Sixth District. 2020. Sam Bok, 11310 Krouse Rd., Defiance, OH 43512. Phone 419/576-2018; jawscows@defnet.com. Fourth District. 2019. Alan Chittenden, 84 Running Creek Rd., Schodack Landing, NY 12156-9603. Phone 518/320-2893; dhjersey@ix.netcom.com. Second District. 2020. Mark O. Gardner, 1055 Kittanning Ave., Dayton, PA

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National All-Jersey Inc. Board of Directors Officers President: John Kokoski, 57 Comins Rd., Hadley, MA 01035-9617. Phone 413/531-2116; jkokoski@ maplielinefarm.com. Vice President: James S. Huffard III, 165 Huffard Lane, Crockett, VA 24323. Phone 276/724-0067; hdfjersey@ embarqmail.com. Directors Marion Barlass, 6145 E. County Road A, Janesville, WI 53546. Phone 608/449-3693; barlassjerseys@gmail. com. District 6. 2019. Sam Bok, ex officio, see AJCA. Jason Cast, 4011 A Street Rd., Beaver Crossing, NE 68313-9417. Phone 402/641-2255; jjcjerseys@gmail. com. District 1. 2019.

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Calvin Graber, 44797 281st St., Parker, SD 57053. Phone 605/941-3726; calgraber@yahoo.com. District 7. 2021 Rogelio “Roger” Herrera, 7114 Youngstown Rd., Hilmar, CA 95324. Phone 209/485-0003; rogeliohs@yahoo.com. District 2. 2021. James S. Huffard III, see officers. District 5. 2020. John Kokoski, see officers. District 3. 2021. John Marcoot, 526 Dudleyville Rd. Greenville, IL. 622469408. Phone 618/322-7239; johnemarcoot@gmail.com. District 4. 2022. Jonathan Merriam, ex officio, see AJCA officers. Tom Seals, ex officio, see AJCA. Veronica Steer, 1060 Banks Levey Rd., Cottage Grove, TN 38224. Phone 731/693-8462; veronicasteer@hotmail. com. District 8. 2022.

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ABS Global..............................................16 Accelerated Genetics................................9 Ahlem Farms Partnership.........................4 Albright Jerseys.......................................62 American Jersey Cattle Association.89, 90 All-Lynn Jerseys......................................65 Anyking Dairy.......................................... 60 Avi-Lanche Jerseys................................. 92 Avon Road Jersey Farm......................... 61 Bachelor Farms.......................................42 Barenrug.................................................32 Biltmore Farms........................................53 Boer Jerseys...........................................53 Boks Jersey Farm...................................62 Brenhaven Jerseys...................................8 California Jerseys........4, 11, 13, 34, 43, 74 Cantendo Acres......................................62 Cedar Mountain Jerseys.........................88 Cinnamon Ridge Dairy............................36 Circle S Jerseys......................................88 Clauss Dairy Farm..................................74 Clover Patch Dairy..................................62 Cold Run Jerseys LLC............................62 Cole, Duane............................................33 Cowbella Creamery at Danforth Jersey Farm.....................................................68 Crescent Farm........................................ 88 D&D Jerseys........................................... 61 D&E Jerseys........................................... 92 Den-Kel Jerseys...................................... 68 Diamond S Farm..................................... 40 Domino Farm.......................................... 68 Dreamroad Jerseys LLC......................... 68 Dutch Hollow Farm.................................. 15 Edn-Ru Jerseys....................................... 66 Emerald City Jerseys..............................57 Fire-Lake Jerseys.................................... 13 Forest Glen Jerseys.................................. 3 Four Springs Jerseys.............................. 66 Friendly Valley Farm................................ 68 Genex................................................87, 89 Goff Dairy................................................ 23 Grazeland Jerseys Ltd............................ 62 Heaven Scent Jerseys............................68 Heinz Jerseys..........................................61 Her-Man Jerseys.....................................42 Highland Farms, Inc................................88 Highland Jersey Farm.............................62

Hi-Land Farms........................................68 High Lawn Farm......................................62 Hilmar Jerseys........................................74 Huffard Dairy Farms................................53 Iowa Jerseys...........................................36 Irishtown Acres........................................66 JEMI Jerseys...........................................66 JNB Farm................................................66 Jersey Journal...................................67, 89 Jersey Marketing Service.......................44 Journal Shopping Center..................89, 90 K&R Jerseys...........................................40 Kash-In Jerseys......................................11 Keightley and Core Jerseys..............46, 47 Kenny Farm.............................................66 Kevetta Farms.........................................68 L&L Pires.................................................43 Lawtons Jersey Farm..............................68 Legendairy Farms...................................32 Lucky Hill Jersey Farm............................88 Lyon Jerseys...........................................36 Mapleline Farm.......................................88 Martin Dairy LLC.....................................32 Meadowridge Jerseys.............................56 Messmer Jersey Farm............................68 Michigan Jersey Breeders......................44 Mills Jersey Farm LLC............................62 Minnesota Jerseys..................................40 Nettle Creek Jerseys...............................42 New England Jerseys.............................88 New York Jerseys..............................15, 68 Nobledale Farm.......................................66 Normandell Farms..................................66 Northwinds Jerseys.................................88 Oakhaven Jerseys..................................62 Oat Hill Dairy...........................................40 Ohio Jerseys.....................................33, 62 On the Go Jerseys..................................37 Oregon Jerseys...................................3, 32 Owens Farms Inc....................................61 Pennsota Jerseys....................................40 Pennsylvania Jerseys..............................66 Pine Hill Jersey Farm LLC......................62 Queen-Acres Farm.................................42 Rancho Teresita Dairy.............................11

Ratliff Jerseys............................................7 Rawn Jersey Farm..................................42 Red Dirt Genetics....................................37 Revolution Genetics..................................2 Richardson Family Farm.........................88 Rider Jersey Farm...................................41 Riverside-F Farms...................................66 Rock Bottom Dairy..................................42 STGenetics.............................................12 Scotch View Farms.................................68 Select Sires, Inc................................90, 91 Shan-Mar Jerseys...................................66 Shenandoah Jerseys..............................56 Silver Maple Farms.................................88 Silver Spring Farm..................................68 Slutz, Mike...............................................68 South-Mont Jerseys................................66 Spahr Jersey Farm, Inc...........................62 Spatz Cattle Company............................66 Spring Valley Farm..................................88 Springdale Jersey Farm..........................88 Spruce Row Jerseys...............................66 Starstruck Jerseys...................................64 Steinhauers Jerseys...............................61 Stoney Hollow Jerseys............................66 Stoney Point Jerseys...............................35 Summit Farm...........................................36 Sun Valley Jerseys..................................32 Sunbow Jerseys......................................22 Sunset Canyon Jerseys..........................32 Taylor Jersey Farm Inc............................57 Trans-Ova Genetics................................21 U-Fashion Jerseys LLC...........................62 Valsigna Farm LLC..................................34 Vanderfeltz Jerseys.................................66 Viking Genetics.......................................73 Waverly Farm..........................................42 White Rock Jerseys................................88 Wickstrom Dairies L.P..............................34 Wilsonview Dairy.....................................32 Wisconsin Jerseys......................56, 61, 65 Youngs Jersey Dairy Inc..........................62 This index is provided as an additional service. The Jersey Journal assumes no liability for errors or omissions. The Jersey Journal does not guarantee quality, delivery time, or availability of items ordered from commercial advertisers. Any advertisements for sales before the 20th of the month of the publication cannot be guaranteed.

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Type Appraisal Schedule

POLICY: Areas will be appraised in the order listed. If you wish to appraise and do not receive an application 30 days prior to the appraisal, please request one from Appraisal Office Coordinator Lori King by telephone, 614/322-4457, or email lking@usjersey. com. Apply online at http://www.usjersey.com/forms/ appraisalapp.com. Applications can also be printed from the USJersey website at http://www.usjersey. com/forms/ttaapplication.pdf. JANUARY–Wisconsin; Arkansas and Missouri; Indiana and Illinois. FEBRUARY–Washington, Oregon and northern California; Minnesota and North Dakota; Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. MARCH–Ver mont; New Hampshire; Maine, Massachusetts and Connecticut; North Carolina; Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska and Colorado. APRIL–California and Nevada. MAY–New Mexico and western Texas; Arizona and southern California; New York; Idaho and Utah; Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia and Delaware. JUNE–Michigan and Ohio; Texas; Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.

Deadlines

JAN. 1—Genomic samples must be to lab prior to this date for the February evaluation release. JAN. 15—Nominations are due in the AJCA-NAJ office for Young Jersey Breeders, Master Breeder, Distinguished Service and Meritorious Service awards. FEB. 1—Genomic samples must be to lab prior to this date for the March evaluation release. MAR. 1—Genomic samples must be to lab prior to

this date for the April evaluation release. MAR. 1—Living Lifetime Production contest applications are due. MAR. 1—National Jersey Youth Achievement contest applications are due. MAR. 1—National Jersey Youth Production Contest entries due. Forms available from the USJersey website.

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FEB. 19—PRESIDENT’S DAY SALE VIA JERSEYBID.COM, bidding will open on JerseyBid.com on February 12 and the sale will close on February 19; Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; catalog at www. JerseyBid.com. M A R . 1 6 — R AW N J E R S E Y S C O M P L E T E DISPERSAL, Lancaster, Ohio; 7:00 p.m. (EDT) Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; jms@usjersey. com. MAR. 22—MIDWEST SPRING SPECIAL, Olmstead Fairgrounds, Rochester, Minn., 12:00 p.m. (CDT); for more information contact Greg Nelson at gnelson1964@gmail.com. MAR. 23—FRANCHISE KIND 3 SALE, Eldorado Scioto Downs Casino, Ashville, Ohio; 4:00 p.m. (EDT); Dusty and Nicole Schirm, sale mgr. MAR. 28—BUCKEYE CLASSIC SPRING JERSEY SALE, Ohio Expo Center, Columbus, Ohio; 12:00 p.m. (EST); Buckeye Dairy Club and Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgrs.; jms@usjersey.com. APR. 4—KENTUCKY NATIONAL JERSEY SALE, Kentucky Expo Center, Louisville, Ky.; Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; jms@usjersey.com. APR. 13—CLAY HILL JERSEYS COMPLETE DISPERSAL, Jim Arnold Family, Poseyville, Ind.: Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr. APR. 27—NORTHEAST JERSEY CLASSIC & BREEDER’S SALE, Dusty Creek Farm, Wallingford, Vt.; Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; jms@ usjersey.com. MAY 4—POST TIME AT THE RATLIFF’S II, Ratliff Jerseys, Garnett, Kan.; hosted by Ron and Christy Ratliff; Avonlea Genetics, sale mgr. MAY 5—DERBY SHOWCASE ALL BREEDS

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Under six (6) months................................................ $15.00 $17.00 Applications 1-50.............................. $12.00 $14.00 Applications 51-200............................ 10.00 12.00 Applications over 200 on REGAPP....................................................... 7.00 (All figures based on calendar year) 6-12 months............................................ 17.00 20.00 19.00 22.00 12-24 months.......................................... 22.00 25.00 24.00 27.00 Over 24 months...................................... 30.00 35.00 32.00 37.00 Dead Animals May Be Registered For A Fee of $5.00 Duplicate or Corrected Certificates Will Be Issued For A Fee of $5.00

Transfer Fees Effective July 1, 2014

Standard processing fee is $14.00 when transfer is received within 60 days of the date of sale of the animal to the new owner, and $17.00 when received after 60 days. $2.00 discounts from the standard fee will be applied to individual animal transfers processed via infoJersey.com and to group transfers submitted in batch electronic files: Excel spreadsheet, report downloaded from herd management software, or a field-delimited text file. Additional discounts may apply for herds enrolled in REAP, and for intraherd and intra-farm transfers. Refer to “Fees for Programs and Services” (www.usjersey.com/fees.pdf) and call Herd Services for more information. The Association’s Bylaws require the seller to pay the transfer fee. Save by becoming a lifetime member of the American Jersey Cattle Association.

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SALE, Lakeview Park, Frankfort, Ky.; 2:00 p.m. (EDT); Louisville Jersey Parish, sale mgr.; for more information contact Jackie Branham, 502/5445-0890. MAY 6-14—WISCONSIN STATE JERSEY SALE ON JERSEYBID.COM, sale opens on May 6 for bidding and lots close on May 14; Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; catalog at www.JerseyBid.com. MAY 27—OHIO SPRING CLASSIC SALE, Wooster, Ohio; 11:00 a.m. (EDT) Jersey Breeders Association and Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgrs. JUNE 28—62nd NATIONAL HEIFER SALE, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.; Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; jms@usjersey.com. JUNE 26-30—FOREVER HOPEFUL FARM TAG EVENT, at the farm, Ballston Spa, N.Y.; for more information contact, Brian Skarka at bigskark@ icloud.com. OCT. 2—TOP OF THE WORLD SALE, Madison, Wis.; Jersey Marketing Sevice, sale mgr.; jms@ usjersey.com. NOV. 9—62nd POT O’ GOLD SALE, Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center, Louisville, Ky.; 4:30 p.m. (EST) Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr. NOV. 10—67th ALL AMERICAN JERSEY SALE, Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center, Louisville, Ky.; 4:30 p.m. (EST) Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; jms@usjersey.com.

Meetings and Expositions

JAN. 19—MISSOURI JERSEY CATTLE CLUB ANNUAL MEETING, Oasis Hotel and Convention Center, Springfield, Mo.; 10:00 a.m. JAN. 20-23 —DAIRY FORUM 2019, The Ritz- Carlton Grande Lakes, Orlando, Fla. JAN. 26—TENNESSEE JERSEY BREEDERS MEETING, Embassy Suites, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; 9:00 a.m. JAN. 26—NORTH CAROLINA JERSEY BREEDERS MEETING, Iredell County Extension Office, Statesville, N.C.; 10:00 a.m. JAN. 29-31—VERMONT FARM SHOW, Champlain Valley Expo, Essex Junction, Vt. JAN. 29-FEB. 1—THE NATIONAL MASTITIS COUNCIL 58 th ANNUAL MEETING, Marriott Riverfront, Savannah, Ga. FEB. 2—OHIO JERSEY BREEDERS MEETING, Der Dutchman Restaurant, Plain City, Ohio; 10:30 a.m. (EST). FEB. 7-9—GREAT LAKES REGIONAL DAIRY CONFERENCE, Bavarian Inn & Conference Center, Frankenmuth, Mich. FEB. 12-14—WORLD AG EXPO, International AgriCenter, Tolare, Calif.; for more information visit http:// www.worldagexpo.com. FE B . 25—C OU N C IL ON DA IRY C ATTLE BREEDING MEETING, Peppermill Resort Spa Casino, Reno, Nev.; 9:00 a.m. FEB. 25-28—WESTERN DAIRY MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE, Peppermill Resort Spa Casino, Reno, Nev. MAR. 1-2—2019 MINNESOTA ALL-BREEDS CONVENTION, Stoney Creek Inn, Onalaska, Wis. MAR. 2—WISCONSIN JERSEY BREEDERS ASSOCIATION MEETING, Osseo, Wis. MAR. 13-14—PDPW BUSINESS CONFERENCE, Allinat Energy Center, Madison, Wis. MAR. 14-16—AMERICAN JERSEY CATTLE ASSOCIATION AND NATIONAL ALL-JERSEY INC. BOARD OF DIRECTORS, Columbus, Ohio. MAR. 16—ALL AMERICAN PLANNING COMMITTEE MEETING, Embassy Suites, Columbus, Ohio. A P R . 9 - 1 1 — DA I RY C A L F A N D H E I F E R ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE, Madison Marriott (continued to page 22)

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Scarlet Rose Horst was born on October 25, 2018, to Aaron and Meagan Horst, Chambersburg, Pa. The couple’s first child weighed 6 lbs. 9 oz. and was 19¼ inches long. Aaron won the National Jersey Youth Achievement Contest in 2007 and is now a Jersey sire analyst for ABS Global Inc. Meagan is an anesthesiologist at Summit Anesthesia Group in Chambersburg. Tommy Allen and Amanda Kinsman were married on June 16, 2018, in Plain, Wis. The couple operates AllLynn Jerseys with his family in Reedsburg, Wis. His grandparents are AJCA Master Breeder David Allen and Karen Allen. Tommy attended Jersey Youth AcadThe Allens emy in 2011 and was named Wisconsin Junior Jersey Breeder in 2011 as well. Marc Bolen and Emily Bailey were united in holy matrimony in Fremont, Ohio, on October 20, 2018. He is the son of Terry and Susan Bolen, Highland Jersey Farms, Fremont, and grandson of Joan Bolen and the late Donald Bolen, also of Highland Jersey Farms. Marc has an animal The Bolens science degree from Ohio State University and now is a dairy progeny specialist and Jersey sire analyst for Select Sires Inc. He and Emily reside in Castalia, Ohio. Jill Martin and Josh Wiser were married at Mowersville Brethren in Christ Church in Newburg, Pa., on November 3, 2018. Jill and her parents, Doug and Julie, and brother, The Wisers Grant, own and operate Pleasant Valley Jerseys LLC, a 300-cow registered Jersey Page 14

State Rebate Checks Distributed This year, more than $11,300 in rebates was dispersed to state Jersey associations and individual breeders for participation in the Jersey Journal’s state-page advertising program. Six states qualified for rebates in 2018. Leading the way are the California Jersey breeders, who earned $1,665.93 for placing more than 30 pages of advertising. They were followed by the New York Jersey breeders receiving a check for $1,469.83. The Oregon Jersey breeders earned a check for $1,291.30. Other associations earning a rebate were: Wisconsin Jersey breeders with a check for $1,117.40; Ohio Jersey breeders received $1,063.75; and the New England Jersey breeders earned a check for $1,035.08. There were also two individual advertisers that met the 18-page rebate requirement: Select Sires will receive a check for $2,317.20; and Jersey Marketing Service, $1,359.75. To learn more about how your state association can become eligible for the state-page advertising rebate program, contact the Jersey Journal at 614/3224451.

herd in Chambersburg, Pa. Josh, the son of Ron and Stacy Wiser, was raised on a Holstein farm, but is pleased to be joining the Jersey family. Steve Ballard, Ballard Family Dairy and Cheese, Gooding, Idaho, has been elected treasurer of the board for Dairy Management Inc. (DMI) and chair of the board for Dairy West. Ballard and his family started a small dairy in 1995 with a Ballard few Jersey calves and began making handmade artisan cheese in 2003. Cheese is sold in farmers markets and retail outlets across Idaho.

Jersey breeder Priscilla (Billman) Sprang, Shreve, Ohio, was recognized for 49 years of service to Wayne County 4-H at the organization’s annual banquet at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center in Wooster, Ohio, on November 13, 2018. She grew up on Praldo Jersey Farm and then established Crys-Mar Jerseys with her husband and their daughters.

Ashley Messing Kennedy, Bad Axe, Mich., (pictured above) was featured in an article about robotic milkers in the November/December 2018 issue of Dairy Herd Management. Ashley and her family operate Sheridan Dairy, a mixed herd of Registered Jerseys and Holsteins, and have been using box robots to milk the cows the past five years. In the article, she explains how the family has made robotic milkers work from a financial standpoint, despite the tough economy.

Gifts Received for Jersey Youth Academy

Two gifts to Jersey Youth Academy have been received since November 26, 2018. The California Jersey Cattle Association made a contribution in memory of William Ahlem, Jr., Hilmar, Calif. Ahlem was among the founders of Hilmar Cheese Co. and principal of Ahlem Farms Partnership, which was honored as AJCA Master Breeder in 2009 with Mr. Ed Fisher. Martin and Karen Donovan, Scarborough, Maine, also made a gift to the Academy endowment, established in 2008 by the Board of Directors of the American Jersey Cattle Association and supported by Jersey owners everywhere and allied industry. Contributions to Jersey Youth Academy are exempt from Federal income taxes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. JERSEY JOURNAL


For Vision To Become Reality “Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality.” Warren Bennis, pioneer in contemporary study of leadership

The policies, programs, and services of the American Jersey Cattle Association have been shaped over the last 60-plus years by the vision of elected leadership to focus on breed growth and improvement, that is, selling America’s dairy producers and processors on the value of Jersey milk and the efficiency of the Jersey cow, and increasing the production of protein and butterfat, the two drivers of the value of Jersey milk. By focusing on those strategies the Jersey organizations have changed the color of the U.S. dairy industry. To continue translating that vision into reality—to develop an even more productive, efficient, and profitable Jersey cow and to ensure equitable milk pricing in the future—current services will necessarily be reshaped, new services will be created, and the resources found to make it happen. Leadership matters. This is why willing and qualified candidates are needed to serve on the Board of Directors of the American Jersey Cattle Association. Elected from districts by all members of the American Jersey Cattle Association, the Board of Directors establishes the policies respective to the AJCA’s mission and purpose: To improve and promote the breed of Jersey cattle and to maintain such records and activities as the Association deems necessary or conducive to the best interests of the breeders of Jersey cattle; To promote the increased production and sale of Jersey milk and products, and to promote Jersey cattle and the interests of breeders of Jersey cattle. And thus, the Board of Directors ensures that quality, cost-effective programs and services are delivered. They determine charges for services, supervise the use of funds, and accumulate assets to support future investments, research, and growth. Willing, qualified candidates for the Board of Directors are needed, AJCA members ready and prepared to confront four questions in the continuing quest for breed progress and growth: Do our policies, programs and services encourage and support the development of a more efficient Jersey cow? Are we improving her fast enough so that commercial milk producers continue to regard the Jersey cow as the JANUARY 2019

profitable choice for their businesses? Do our marketing programs increase the value of and demand for Jersey products: milk, cattle and genetics? Are we progressive minded enough to achieve our goal of changing the color of the dairy industry? In the Board room, what is required are Directors willing to draw upon and share their personal and professional expertise. Directors asking penetrating questions and expecting good answers. Directors willing to listen, analyze and evaluate, then speak sincerely in their deliberations. Directors, even in disagreement, committed to having an objective conversation in service of Jersey breed improvement, better markets for our products, and Jersey breed growth. At the 2019 AJCA Annual Meeting on June 29 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., a President will be elected, as well as four Directors from the: Fourth District: Ohio and West Virginia; Seventh District: Wisconsin; Tenth District: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming; and Twelfth District: California—Merced County. The incumbent Directors are not eligible for re-election because they will have served two successive terms, the limit specified in AJCA’s Constitution. The signatures of 30 active members are required to nominate a person for AJCA President. Nominations for AJCA Director are made by a petition signed by a minimum of 20 active members residing in the district from which the person seeks to serve. These must be submitted to the Office of the Executive Secretary not later than April 25. Terms on the National All-Jersey Inc. Board of Directors are four years in length, with no limit on the number of consecutive terms. Coming up for election at the NAJ Annual Meeting on June 28 is Director #1 from District 1 (the states of Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming). Ten (10) voting members, all residents of the district, may nominate candidates. Nominations are due by April 29. To those eligible, willing and qualified to stand for the 2019 elections, do consider answering the call to leadership. Contact the Executive Secretary for a nominating petition today. Page 17


66th All American Sale—A Smorgasbord of Elite Genetics

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here was a little bit of something for everyone at this year’s granddaddy of Jersey sales—the All American Jersey Sale. Among the offering were family members of the reigning National Grand Champion and National Jersey Jug Futurity Winner, along with high-end genomics and descendants of breed matriarchs like “Veronica,” “Circus,” and “Maid.” In all, 40 Jersey breeders from 20 states across the country purchased 57 female lots for an average of $4,831.14 and a gross of $275,375. The 66th event of the series was held at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky., on November 4, 2018. Sale Analysis

Number

Avg. Price Total Value

6 Cows, two years and over 12 Bred heifers 6 Open yearlings 28 Heifer calves 1 Embryo package 4 Choice of calves

$2,608.33 3,229.17 2,225.00 6,414.29 2,625.00 6,350.00

$15,650 38,750 13,350 179,600 2,625 25,400

57 Lots Median price

$4,831.14 $275,375 $3,150.00

Sale Management: Jersey Marketing Service Auctioneer: Chris Hill

The volume buyer of the day, Sexing Technologies, Navasota, Texas, purchased

the high-seller, JX Faria Brothers Mald Scary Terry {4}-ET, for $60,000. Lot 68, the last in the catalog, sold absentia with A.I. interest from ABS Global Inc., Semex and Urus. The two-month-old daughter of JX Faria Brothers Maldini {4}-ET, GJPI +173, hails from the “Dean Smith {1}” cow family developed by consignor Faria Brothers Dairies of Dumas, Texas. “Terry {4}” ranks #6 for GJPI on the current Herd Register list with an index of +216. She has GPTAs of +1,163M, +89F and +53P. She is +1.3 for Livability, +1.1 for Cow Conception Rate (CCR) and +2.5 for Heifer Conception Rate (HCR). Four of her maternal sisters also ranked on the breed’s top genetic lists on sale day. Their dam, JX Faria Brothers Avon 281569, ranks #54 for genetic merit on the Generation Count 4-6 list with a GJPI of +190. The daughter of JX Faria Brothers Avon {2}-ET, GJPI +156, is appraised Very Good-86% and has an m.e. of 26,366–1,347–974 on her first lactation. She has numerous maternal sisters ranked for genetic merit and two maternal brothers in A.I., including JX Faria Brothers Rondo {3}-ET, GJPI +196. The grandam of “Terry {4}”, JX Faria Brothers Hulk Ibrahimovic {2}-ET, Excellent-90%, has a four lactation m.e. average


JX Faria Brothers Mald Scary Terry {4}-ET was the high-selling female at $60,000. She was purchased by Sexing Technologies, represented by Kevin Ziemba, second right. AJCA-NAJ Executive Secretary Neal Smith, left, presents the C. Scott Mayfield Memorial Trophy for the buyer of the high seller. Clint Collins III, right, presents the C. L. Collins Jr. Memorial Award to the consignor, Faria Brothers Dairies, represented by AJCANAJ Area Representative Emma Sills, second left. Also pictured are 2018 National Jersey Queen Abigail Shaw, JMS Manager Greg Lavan and Chris Hill, auctioneer.

Sexing Technologies, represented by Kevin Ziemba, right, also purchased Valsigna Viceroy 31654, one of two lots to sell for $11,600, the second high price of the sale. She was consigned by Wickstrom Dairies LP, represented by AJCA-NAJ Area Representative Seth Israelsen, rear. Also pictured are AJCA-NAJ Area Representative Emma Sills, second left, National Jersey Queen Abigail Shaw, JMS Manager Greg Lavan, Chris Hill and Jaylin Dilsaver, at the halter.

list for genetic merit with a GJPI of +192. She is +5.1 for Productive Life, +2.3 for CCR and +3.8 for HCR. Her dam, sired by All Lynns Valentino Marvel, GJPI +103, has a projected m.e. of 18,955–944–675 on her first lactation. Her Very Good-82% grandam has four records—three over 23,000 lbs. milk―and a best record of 5-1 295 3x 26,270 5.1% 1,349 3.9% 1,028 94DCR. Her third dam, sired by Sunset Canyon CF Magnificent-ET, GJPI +11, has an m.e. of 19,382―875―651 on her first record. Her Very Good-83% fourth dam has a best record of 23,710 lbs. milk, 1,130 lbs. fat and 832 lbs. protein at 3-0. “Viceroy 31654” was consigned by Wickstrom Dairies L.P., Hilmar, Calif. In all, Sexing Technologies, purchased seven lots for $92,800. Misty Meadow Dairy, Tillamook, Ore., chose the other $11,600-priced lot, Milksource Gentry Mayhem-ET. The senior calf sired by Rapid Bay Indiana Gentry-ET, GJPI -81, is from a cow family that has earned numerous purple banners over the years. Three of her sisters earned the blue ribbon in the Ju Milksource Gentry Mayhem-ET was the other $11,600-priced lot, purchased by Misty Meadow Dairy, represented by David and Rita nior Best Three class at the International Hogan, right. She was consigned by Milk Source Genetics, represented by Scott Stanford, second left. At the halter of “Mayhem” is Katarina Jersey Show in 2018. Emerich. Also pictured are Queen Shaw, Lavan and Hill. One of them, a full of 28,938–1,565–1,101. The next dam is JX Faria Brothers Action Dean Smith {1}, Excellent-92%. She has nine lactations—seven over 20,000 lbs. milk—and a best record of 7-11 305 29,240 4.5% 1,309 3.5% 1,032 102DCR. She has eight Excellent daughters with records to 29,490 lbs. milk, 1,304 lbs. fat and 1,040 lbs. protein. Sexing Technologies also placed the final bid on one of two lots to sell for $11,600, the second high price of the day. Cataloged at the opposite end of the catalog as Lot 1, Valsigna Viceroy 31654, the daughter of CDF Viceroy-ET, GJPI +197, sold due to sexed Ahlem Regency Princeton-ET, GJPI +157, in mid-April, with A.I. interest expressed by ABS Global, CRV, Semex and Urus. She ranks on the current Herd Register

sister, Milksource Gentry Marriot-ET, was named Junior Champion of the show. Their dam, Edgebrook Tequila Madison, Excellent-93%, was named Grand Champion of the Wisconsin Spring Show in 2018. She also earned laurels as Grand Champion of the Midwest Jersey Jamboree and Reserve Grand Champion of the Wisconsin State Show in 2016. The next year, she topped the four-year-old class at the International Jersey Show. She made her best record of 19,240 lbs. milk, 986 lbs. fat and 690 lbs. protein at 3-6. Her maternal sister, Ressurections Monet of Edgebrook, Excellent-93%, won the junior two-year-old class at the Iowa State Fair in 2008 and was named Reserve Intermediate Champion of the show the next year. “Mayhem’s” grandam, Edgebrook Stylemaster Merlot, Excellent-95%, has 18,350 lbs. milk, 709 lbs. fat and 603 lbs. protein at 6-4 and was Reserve Senior Champion of the Minnesota State Fair in 2010. Four of the next five dams are appraised; all are Very Good or Excellent. “Mayhem” was consigned by Milk Source Genetics, Kaukauna, Wis. Vierra Dairy Farms, Hilmar, Calif., took home the third high seller with a final bid of $11,500. Ehrhardt Casino Sunday sold absentia and with A.I. interest from CRV. The four-month-old daughter of Elliotts Regency Casino-ET, GJPI +129, ranked #1 for in the breed for GJUI on sale day and today has an index of +44.3. She is +2.7 for Type and backed by seven Excellent dams in the U.S. and Canada. “Sunday’s” deep pedigree includes several show standouts. Her dam, Miss Ehrhardt (continued to page 20)


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Mozart Sunshine-ET, is an Excellent-93% daughter of Prairie Harbour Mozart-ET, GJPI +98. In her second lactation at 3-5, she has 22,400 lbs. milk, 1,143 lbs. fat and 790 lbs. protein in 357 days. Her maternal sister, Sunrise Vindication Sunup, Excellent-93%, was Intermediate Champion of the All American Junior Jersey Show and Grand Champion of the Western National Jersey Show in 2017. Her grandam is appraised Excellent-92%; her third dam is Excellent-93%. The next dam, Jewels Prime Sapphire-ET, Excellent-91%, has an m.e. of 20,898–1,112–793 on her first lactation. She was Reserve Grand Champion of the 2010 Maryland State Fair. “Sunday’s” fourth dam, Jewels Prime Sapphire-ET, topped the five-year-old class at the Central National Jersey Show in 2008 and was Grand Champion at both the Mid-Atlantic Regional Jersey Show and the Maryland State Fair the same year. She has 24,291 lbs. milk, 1,358 lbs. fat and 818 lbs. protein at 5-4. The next dam, Hollylane Jewel’s Jasmine, EX 94 (CAN), was named All-Canadian Senior Three-Year-Old and Intermediate Champion of the Central National Jersey Show in 2001. She also earned laurels as All American Five-Year-Old. “Sunday’s” seventh dam, Hollylane N Girl’s Treasure, EX-2E (CAN), stood second in the Royal Canadian Futurity in 1989 and was All-Canadian Four-Year-Old the following year. Kevin Ehrhardt, Baldwin, Md., consigned “Sunday” to the sale. Hawarden Jerseys Inc., Weston, Idaho, purchased the fourth high seller, JX Ahlem Tradition Lady 5220 {6}-P, for $10,000. Selling a week past her first birthday, the daughter of JX Generations Tradition {5}-P-Twin, GJPI +152, sold with A.I. interest from ABS Global, CRV, Semex and Urus. She ranks #6 for GJPI among polled females with an index of +183. She has GPTAs of +1,071M, +66F and +53P. From the “Lady” cow family at Ahlem Farms Partnership, Hilmar, Calif., she is backed by seven Very Good dams with top production.

JX Ahlem Tradition Lady 5220 {6}-P was the fourth high seller at $10,000, purchased by Hawarden Jerseys Inc., represented by Delwyn Westergard, center, and Larry Mortimer, right. She was consigned by Ahlem Farms Partnership, represented by Jonathan Merriam, left. At the halter is Grant Dohle. Also pictured are 2018 National Jersey Queen Abigail Shaw, JMS Manager Greg Lavan and auctioneer Chris Hill.

Her dam, Ahlem Nikon Lady 45184-P, Very Good-87%, has a two lactation m.e. average of 20,327–1,103–812 and ranks among the top 1.5% for genetic merit among genotyped cows with a GJPI of +140. Her grandam is a Very Good-88% “Marvel” daughter with an m.e. average of 23,139–1,135–889 on two records. Her third dam, appraised Very Good-88% as well, has three records over 20,000 lbs. milk and a best record of 5-10 305 3x 23,220 5.0% 1,172 3.9% 901 95DCR. Her Very Good85% fourth dam has 21,800 lbs. milk, 1,158 lbs. fat and 891 lbs. protein at 4-8. Funds for the Maurice E. Core Jersey Youth Fund were also raised at the All American from items donated by Jersey breeders. A syndicate of Jersey breeders purchased a painting commissioned and donated by Jeff and Alta Mae Core, Salvisa, Ky., in honor of their late uncle, Maury Core, for $17,000. The artwork was created by Gary Sauder, Cloverdale, Calif. Five units of semen for Reich-Dale VadenET, donated by Maryland Pride Jerseys of Watertown, Wis., sold to Troy Longenecker, Annville, Pa., for $550. Planning for the All American Jersey Sale was carried out by the All American Sale Committee beginning in March. The committee was comprised of chair Mark Gardner of Dayton, Pa., and associate chair

AJCA President Jonathan Merriam, right, thanks Alan Chittenden for his service as General Chair of the All American events.

Michael Hurst, Waynesville, Ohio, and 20 other volunteers from across the country. Sales $4,000 and Over

(Consignors in Parentheses) Sexing Technologies, Navasota, Texas JX Faria Brothers Mald Scary Terry {4}-ET, heifer calf 2 mos. .............................................................................. $60,000 (Faria Brothers Dairies, Dumas, Texas) Valsigna Viceroy 31654, bred heifer 17 mos................ 11,600 (Wickstrom Dairies L.P., Hilmar, Calif.) Jer-Z-Boyz World Cup Joyce 62124 {6}-ET, heifer calf 8 mos................................................................................. 6,500 (Jer-Z-Boyz, Pixley, Calif.) JX Dupat Got Maid 18801 {5}-ET, heifer calf 7 mos...... 5,800 (Wickstrom Jersey Farms Inc., Hilmar, Calif.) Misty Meadow Dairy, Tillamook, Ore. Milksource Gentry Mayhem-ET, open yearling 13 mos. ................................................................................ 11,600 (Milk Source Genetics, Kaukauna, Wis.) Claquato Victorious Striptease, heifer calf 8 mos.......... 4,600 (Lauryn and Kinley Young, Chehalis, Wash.) Vierra Dairy Farms, Hilmar, Calif. Ehrhardt Casino Sunday, heifer calf 4 mos.................. 11,500 (Kevin Ehrhardt, Baldwin, Md.) JX Dodan LH Chili Maid Marian {6}-ET, heifer calf 7 mos. .................................................................................. 4,100 (D & D Jerseys and Lloyd Heinz, Newton, Wis.) Hawarden Jerseys Inc,, Weston, Idaho JX Ahlem Tradition Lady 52210 {6}-P, open yearling 12 mos. ................................................................................ 10,000 (Ahlem Farms Partnership, Hilmar, Calif.) Select Sires Inc., Sire Department, Plain City, Ohio JX Jer-Z-Boyz Klay Mae 62042 {4}-P-ET...................... 8,500 (Jer-Z-Boyz) Jerseyland Sires, Turlock, Calif. JX Wilsonview Vice Skylit {6}-ET................................... 6,800 (Wilsonview Dairy, Tillamook, Ore.) Ron and Christy Ratliff, Trustees, Garnett, Kan. Shining Star Casino Dirty Money-ET, open yearling 13 mos. .................................................................................. 5,800 (Ernest W. Kueffner and Terri L. Packard, Boonsboro, Md.) Delon Mortimer, Smithfield, Utah Rivendale Colton Dillon, heifer calf 7 mos..................... 5,700 (Rivendale Farms, Bulger, Pa.) Mapleview Dairy LLC, Madrid, N.Y. Berrys Disco Alabama, heifer calf 11 mos..................... 5,200 (Berry College, Mount Berry, Ga.) Corey Metcalf, Milton, Wis. JX Jer Bel Fournette Kidron {4}-ET, heifer calf 7 mos... 5,200 (Howard King and Family, Fremont, Ohio) R-Dynasty Genetics, Arlington, Minn. Choice of two sired by either ISAU Bushlea Maverick 2 or River Valley Venus V I P out of Elliotts Faxon Comical-ET..... 5,200 (Michael Heath and Spring Valley Farm, Westminster, Md.) Lilah G. Utterback, Jefferson, Md. (continued to page 22)

Sponsors of the Pre-Sale Social at The All American Jersey Sale Rector Jersey Farm Hilmar Cheese Company Holmes County Cheese Young’s Jersey Dairy Inc. Cabot Cooperative Creamery Kilgus Farmstead

AJCA President Jonathan Merriam, left, thanks Mark Gardner for his service as chair of the 66th All American Jersey Sale.

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Greenland Jersey Farms, Ky. Forest Glen Jerseys, Ore. Highland Farms Inc., Maine Huffard Dairy Farms, Va.

Jersey Origins, Wis. Normandell Jerseys, Pa. Prairie Harbour Jerseys, Minn. Shan-Mar Jerseys, Pa. Sun Valley Jersey Farm, Ore. Sunset Canyon Jerseys, Ore. Budjon-Vail, Wis. and N.Y. Wickstrom Jersey Farms Inc., Calif. Will-Do Jerseys, S.C. World Wide Sires Ltd.

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Portrait of Core and Woodruff Raises Thousands for Core Jersey Youth Fund Friends, former colleagues, and dairy businesses from across the country joined forces November 4 in Louisville, Ky., to acquire a commissioned portrait depicting Maurice E. Core and auctioneer Merlin Woodruff, the two men who for decades personified The All American Jersey Sale. Jeff and Alta Mae Core of Salvisa, Ky., commissioned and donated the artwork in honor of their “beloved Uncle Maury,” who passed August 29, 2018, just weeks short of celebrating his ninetieth birthday. Proceeds were designated for the Maurice E. Core Jersey Youth Fund. The 501(c)(3) permanent trust created in 1993 provides financial support for national Jersey youth activities, primarily at The All American Jersey Show & Sale. The work rendered in marker pen and color pencil by California artist Gary Sauder was sent for permanent display at the museum of National Dairy Shrine in Fort Atkinson, Wis. Core started his 37-year career with the American Jersey Cattle Club in May of 1956 and took charge as coordinator for The All American Show and Sale in 1959. Until his retirement as Executive Secretary in 1993, he remained involved in the All American. His words of encouragement to junior members over five decades are among the memories many Jersey breeders now have of the All American events they participated in during their youth. Contributing $500 each to the fundraiser were Paul Chittenden, Schodack Landing, N.Y.; Richard Clauss, Hilmar, Calif.; David Jordan, Chicago, Ill.; River Valley Farm, Tremont, Ill.; C. A. Russell, Hilmar, Calif.; and Peter Vail, Englewood, Fla., and also Jerseyland Sires, Turlock, Calif., and Select Sires Inc., Plain City, Ohio. Contributions of $250 came from Brad and Iris Barham, Hughson, Calif.; John Boer, Dalhart, Texas; Bohnerts Jerseys, East Moline, Ill.; DeMents Jerseys, Kenney, Ill.; Glamourview, Iager and Walton, Walkersville, Md.; W. Phil Gordon, Syracuse, Ind.; Kilgus Dairy, Fairbury, Ill.; Lady-Lane Farm and Patrick Gourley, Portland, Ore.; Bryan Marcoot, Greenville, Ill.; MD Pride Jerseys, Watertown, Wis.; and Tom and Jennie Seals, Beaver, Ore. Contributors at $100 included Arco Farms, Clint Collins III, Alpine, Ala.; Tim Baumgartner, Tulare, Calif.; Robert Bignami, Orland, Calif.; Joel R. Black, Saluda, S.C.; Greg Bourne, Ansonia, Ohio; Page 22

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Thousands of dollars were raised for the Maurice E. Core Jersey Youth Fund during the All American Jersey Sale. This portrait featuring Maurice E. Core and Merlin Woodruff was paraded by newly crowned National Jersey Queen Abby Shaw at the start of the sale.

DC Comerica Sasscee, heifer calf 8 mos...................... 5,200 (Dale Chugg, Ogden, Utah) Marshal and Blaine Warburton, New Albany, Pa. First choice female sired by River Valley Venus V I P out of Chilli Premier Cinema.................................................... 4,900 (Rivendale Farms) Patrick Marvin Gourley and Royce Bowlin, Portland Ore. FLM Premier Fashion, bred heifer 21 mos.................... 4,700 (Frigot, Lancaster and Mahovlic, Tillamook, Ore.) Jeffrey and Rebecca Seals, Cloverdale, Ore. Budjon-Vail VIP Milwaukee-ET, heifer calf 10 mos........ 4,500 (Peter Vail and Budjon Farms, Lomira, Wis.) Buster Goff, Hobbs, N.M. Daloris Fizz Catee 501, heifer calf 10 mos.................... 4,200 (Dale M. Mortimer, Rigby, Idaho) Rancho Teresita Dairy, Tulare, Calif. Ky-Hi Craze Crazefull-P-ET, heifer calf 7 mos............... 4,100 (Kylie M. Lehr, Canastota, N.Y. Dawson Jersey Farm, Croswell, Mich. Arethusa Colton Vice-ET, cow 2 yrs............................... 4,000 (Peter Vail and Budjon Farms)

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Tyler Boyd, Boyd-Lee Jerseys, Parrottsville, Tenn.; David A. Burris, Columbia, Ky.; Cedarcrest Farms, Faunsdale, Ala.; David R. Chamberlain, Wyoming, N.Y.; Abe and Katrina Cobb, Perkins, Okla; Lisa Demmer, Ellsworth, Wis.; Dean and Stacy Dohle, Half Way, Mo.; Ed and Cheryl Ettinger, Kinards, S.C.; Cybil Fisher, Green Bay, Wis.; Russell Gammon, Fergus, Ontario; John Greiwe and Family, Sidney, Ohio; and Huffard Dairy Farms, Crockett, Va.; Ed Kirchdoerfer, Kirchdoerfer Jersey Farm, Cape Girardeau, Mo.; Ernest W. Kueffner, Boonsboro, Md.; Lynn Lee, Smyrna, Tenn.; Dr. Joseph A. Lineweaver, Blacksburg, Va.; Charles F. Luchsinger, Syracuse, N.Y.; Kevin Lutz, Lincolnton, N.C.; John Marcoot, Marcoot Jersey Farm, Inc., Greenville, Ill.; Lea McCullough, Brodhead, Wis.; James Morgan and Family, Urbana, Ohio; and National Dairy Shrine, Dr. David Selner, Denmark, Wis.; Walter and Joyce Owens, Frederic, Wis.; Kristin Paul, Janesville, Wis.; Joey Pendleton, Hopkinsville, Ky.; Dennis Post, Clinton, Wis.; Dean and Sandy Putt, Sugarcreek, Ohio; Rancho Teresita Dairy, Tulare, Calif.; Ron and Christy Ratliff, Garnett, Kans.; Joey Rocha, Tillamook, Ore.; C. Neal Smith, Smyrna, Tenn.; Delaine Smith, Shelbyville, Tenn.; Neal Smith, Reynoldsburg, Ohio; Mike and Patricia Stiles, Clear Brook, Va.; Robbie Pipes Watson, Perkins, Okla.; White Jersey Farm Inc., New Castle, Ind.; and Kevin and Darlene Williams, McConnelsville, Ohio. Donations to the Maurice E. Core Jersey Youth Fund may be made at any time during the year. Contact the Development Department of the American Jersey Cattle Association, 6486 E. Main Street, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068-2362, or call 614/861-3636.

West, Middleton, Wis. JUNE 13-28—WORLD JERSEY CATTLE BUREAU ANNUAL MEETING (East Africa, Rwanda and Kenya); Contact: Jersey Cattle Society of the United Kingdom; info@ukjersey.com; World Jersey Cattle Bureau, secretary@wjcb.net. JUNE 24—GENOMIC REVOLUTION:THE NEXT 10 YEARS,WITH ADSA AND INTERBULL MEETINGS, Cincinnati, Ohio. JUNE 23-26—AMERICAN DAIRY SCIENCE ASSOCIATION, Cincinnati, Ohio. JUNE 26-29—ANNUAL MEETINGS OF THE AMERICAN JERSEY CATTLE ASSOCIATION AND NATIONAL ALL-JERSEY INC., Hilton Garden Inn, Saratogo Springs, N.Y. JULY 14-19—JERSEY YOUTH ACADEMY, Columbus, Ohio.

Shows JAN. 11—PENNSYLVANIA FARM SHOW JERSEY SHOW, Farm Show Complex and Expo Center, Harrisburg, Pa.; 8:00 a.m. (EST). JAN. 21—SOUTHWESTERN EXPOSITION AND LIVESTOCK JERSEY SHOW, Cattle Arena, Fort Worth, Texas; 12:00 p.m. (CDT). JAN. 22—SOUTHWESTERN EXPOSITION AND LIVESTOCK JUNIOR JERSEY SHOW, Cattle Arena, Fort Worth, Texas; 8:00 a.m. (CDT). FEB. 15—FLORIDA STATE FAIR OPEN JERSEY SHOW, Florida State Fairgrounds, Tampa, Fla. FEB. 17-18—FLORIDA STATE FAIR JUNIOR JERSEY SHOW, heifers on Feb. 17, cows on Feb. 18; Florida State Fairgrounds, Tampa, Fla. APR. 4—57TH KENTUCKY NATIONAL JERSEY SHOW, Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center, Louisville, Ky. OCT. 1—INTERNATIONAL JERSEY SHOW, Heifers, Alliant Energy Center, Madison, Wis.; 3:00 p.m. (CST); Jack Lomeo, Jr., Sylvan Beach, N.Y., judge. OCT. 2—INTERNATIONAL JERSEY SHOW, Cows, Alliant Energy Center, Madison, Wis.; 7:30 a.m. (CST); Jack Lomeo, Jr., Sylvan Beach, N.Y., judge. NOV. 9—THE ALL AMERICAN JUNIOR JERSEY SHOW, Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center, Louisville, Ky. NOV. 10—NATIONAL JERSEY JUG FUTURITY, KentuckyFair and Exposition Center, Louisville, Ky. NOV. 11—THE ALL AMERICAN JERSEY SHOW, Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center, Louisville, Ky.

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Living the Dream at the All American Jersey Show

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he display at the Keightley and Core Jerseys booth in Louisville, Ky., sported a large canvas that simply stated “Livin’ the Dream” with photos showcasing the progression of Hirds Colton Dream throughout her life. On November 5, 2018, the Core Family and their partners, Frank and Diane Borba, Salvisa, Ky., truly lived a dream, as their cow “Dream” became the 65th National Grand Champion for the Jersey breed. It was a day dreams are made of as the family also won three classes and exhibited the Intermediate Champion with their cow “Press Release.” “Dream” is no stranger to the limelight in Louisville at the big dance. The Lifetime Cheese Cow was the Reserve National Grand Champion in 2017, Reserve All American Four-Year-old (2016), Reserve All American Five-Year-Old (2017) and also the NASCO Type and Production winner in 2017. Standing next to her in the winners circle was another cow well known to Jersey breeders around the globe, RRF Comerica Daisy, owned by River Valley and Reinholt Jerseys, Tremont, Ill. “Daisy” is the 2016 National Grand Champion and returned to the green shavings this year to be named the Reserve National Grand Champion. Over the three-day weekend, 607 Registered Jerseys were judged and placed during three outstanding shows in Freedom Hall at the Kentucky Exposition Center. Judge Herby Lutz, Chester, S.C., along with his consultant, Lynn Harbaugh, Larrabee, Wis., were charged with sorting

through the 375 Registered Jerseys in The All American Jersey Show. This was Herby’s second time officiating the open show, having judged in 2011. He also judged the 2000 National Jersey Jug Futurity and the 2009 All American Junior Jersey Show. Lutz has placed many other state and national shows, plus the 150th Celebration Show of the Royal Jersey Agricultural & Horticultural Society in Jersey, and the national shows in Costa Rica, Colombia and Australia. From 2001 to 2008 he was the manager of Jersey Marketing Service. Currently, he works as sire analyst for Select Sires Inc. Herby his wife, Amanda, and son Hobbs, own and operate Her-Man Jerseys. His consultant is an area sales representative with NorthStar Select Sires. He, with his family, owns and operates BellaView Holsteins. Lynn has judged shows across the United States, multiple times at World Dairy Expo, plus in Canada and Mexico. Championship Classes As the ringside crowd and online viewers admired the two Intermediate Champions, the two Senior Champions and the two Junior Champions, Judge Lutz thanked his associate judge, his wife and family, and the exhibitors of the show for their support and then told the crowd, “It takes a lot of work and money to bring these cows out and it is an honor to judge this show.” “We just love this pair of mature cows,” said Lutz. “They have so much depth, openness, drop to the rib. They have beauti-


Grand Champion Hirds Colton Dream was named National Grand Champion. Pictured from left to right: Chuck and Sue Luchsinger presented the Silver Springs Trophy, Jackson and Embry Powers hold the the A.J. Keightely Memorial award for best udder of the show and the Adelene Keightley Memorial Trophy; “Dream’s” owners are pictured from left to right Brooke Powers, Alta Mae Core, Diane Borba, Jeff Core and Brittany Core with Brady Core on the halter; first alternate National Jersey Queen Allison Foster holds the banner.

ful mammary systems. They have quality throughout.” “This Lifetime Cheese cow is a train when she is coming at you,” said Lutz. “She isn’t in her wedding clothes today at 14 months fresh, but she has got a beautiful udder, the best we have seen all day.” “Dream” received the Silver Springs Trophy as Grand Champion and “Daisy” received the Bachelor Farms Trophy. As well, “Dream” received the A. J. Keightley Family Trophy for the best udder of the show. Her breeder, Nathan Wade, received the Adelene Keightley Memorial Trophy.

Reserve Grand Champion RRF Comerica Daisy was named the Reserve National Grand Champion for her owners River Valley Farm and Reinholt Jerseys represented by Nic Sauder on the halter. Pictured with “Daisy” are judge Herby Lutz, AJCA President Jonathan Merriam; second alternate National Jersey Queen Willow Voegtlen with the banner; National Jersey Queen Abby Shaw with the Bachelor Farm Trophy for Reserve Grand Champion; consultant Lynn Harbaugh and AJCA Executive Secretary Neal Smith.

Judge Lutz’s Intermediate Champion, Rollingriver Press Release, owned by Frank and Diane Borba and Keightley and Core Jerseys, Salvisa, Ky., was named Honorable Mention Grand Champion cow. Intermediate and Senior Champions “There has been a lot of quality come through the ring in these young cow classes,” said Judge Lutz in his intermediate champion reasons. “That is the reason the Jerseys call this the All American show. It is pretty deep water out here.” “These five cows we have pulled to the

Judge Lutz selected “Dream” and “Daisy” as the Senior and Reserve Senior Champions. Presenting their awards are Jessica Squires and Rich Townsend and with the trophy for Senior Champion in memory of Hunter Squires; National Jersey Queen Abby Shaw with the Senior Champion banner; owners of “Dream” in the center, Jeff, Brady and Alta Mae Core; Jackson and Embry Powers; and Diane Borba;” Nic Sauder is at the halter of “Daisy,” and accepts the Reserve Senior Champion banner from second alternate queen Willow Voegtlen and the Reserve Senior Champion trophy from first alternate Allison Foster. Also pictured are Judge Lutz; consultant Harbaugh and President Merriam.

center of the ring check all the boxes and ring the bells for us,” said Judge Lutz. “This first place senior three-year-old just has so much width all the way through for us today. She will be your Intermediate Champion.” As Alta Mae Core led Rollingriver Press Release to the center of the ring, Judge Lutz continued his reasons for his Reserve Intermediate Champion. “What a great cow to win the Jersey Jug,” continued Lutz on South Mountain Voltage Radiant-ET, bred and owned by Ernest W. (continued to page 26)

Rollingriver Press Release, led by Alta Mae Core, was crowned Intermediate Champion by Judges Lutz and Harbaugh. Phil and Marty Gordon presented the Phil and Marty Gordon and Family Trophy while National Jersey Queen Abby Shaw presented the Intermediate Champion banner to Diane Borba and Core. South Mountain Voltage Radiant-ET, led by Terri Packard, was named Reserve Intermediate Champion. Presenting the JISEX International Trophy, was second alternate National Jersey Queen Willow Voegtlen and first alternate Allison Foster presents the ribbon. AJCA President Jonathan Merriam, center, offers his congratulations.


Big Guns Andreas Virtue-ET was named Junior Champion for her owners Virtue Partners, represented by Nicole Schirm on the halter. Presenting the Tennessee Jersey Cattle Club Trophy is Gay Irwin and first alternate Queen Allison Foster. Scott Stanford presented the banner in memory of John and Charlotte Stiles. Michael Rider presented the Rider Jersey Farm Trophy to Emily Walton and Glamourview Premier Spade as the Reserve Junior Champion heifer. Also pictured are AJCA President Jonathan Merriam, judges Lutz and Harbaugh, and National Jersey Queen Abby Shaw and second alternate Willow Voegtlen.

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Kueffner and Terri L. Packard, Boonsboro, Md. “You have to love the way she carries her udder high above the hock. She is sharp, she is clean, and she has been fresh since the spring.” “Press Release” received the Phil and Marty Gordon Family Trophy as Intermediate Champion. Kueffner and Packard took home the JISEX International Trophy for their reserve champion. “Radiant” also received the Williams Jersey Farm Trophy and a SC-20 Millenium on-farm semen tank donated by MVEChart Bio-Medical Division for being the best bred and owned cow of the show.

Hirds Colton Dream was named the Supreme Champion of the dairy show at the North American International Livestock Exposition. She received a $2,000 cash award sponsored by the Kentucky Farm Bureau. Members of Farm Bureau as well as NAILE staff were on hand to present the award to the Core and Borba families.

The second place senior three-year-old, Lyon Ajack Bay was named Honorable Mention Intermediate Champion for Glamourview-Iager and Walton, Walkersville, Md. As previously mentioned, Hirds Colton Dream and RRF Comerica Daisy took home the senior champion honors. “Dream” received a trophy in memory of Hunter Squires for her win. Chilli Nitro Cabo-ET, the All American Four-Year-Old Cow, was named Honorable Mention Senior Champion for River Valley Farm. Junior Champion Females “We really thought this heifer couldn’t

All American Junior Best Three Females

Big Guns Andreas Vixen-ET, Big Guns Andreas Vanish-ET, and Big Guns Andreas Virtue-ET

Madison S. Fisher received the Oak Breeze Farm Trophy.

be beat when she came in the ring today,” said Lutz in his championship reasons.”We think Ray Charles could have found this heifer today.” “She is just a beautiful cut heifer,” said Lutz of his winner. “She is square. She is balanced. This heifer has so much potential.” Big Guns Andreas Virtue-ET, took home the Tennessee Jersey Cattle Club Trophy upon being named Junior Champion. The All American Junior Yearling Heifer is owned by Virtue Partners, Ashville, Ohio. “The intermediate calf follows that same pattern,” continued Lutz. “She wasn’t the biggest heifer in class, but she was the most balanced.”

All American Senior Best Three Females

South Mountain Voltage Radiant-ET, Elliotts AJ Chicago-ET, and Elliotts Vitality Cisco-ET

Ernest W. Kueffner and Terri L. Packard, received the Wisconsin Jersey Breeders Trophy


The family of River Valley Farm accepted the Premier Exhibitor banner of The All American Jersey Show from members of the Kentucky Farm Bureau. Grace and Nic Sauder hold the Brentwood Farms Trophy.

Buster and Beverly Goff received the Harry S. Mykrantz Honor award from National Jersey Queen Abby Shaw for their win as Premier Breeder of the All American Jersey Show.

Following “Virtue” as Reserve Junior Champion was Glamourview Premier Spade, the All American Intermediate Calf. She took home the Rider Jersey Farm Trophy. Exels Barfly Jessa 4156, owned by Jennifer Van Exel, Lodi, Calif., was named Honorable Mention Junior Champion.

Premier Performance Winners Lyon Ajack Bay, owned by Glamourview–Iager and Walton, Walkersville, Md., became the 21st different individual to win the USJersey Premier Performance Cow and winner of the Allen D. Meyer Challenge Trophy, as well as a $1,000 cash award. Receiving the Budjon-Vail Reserve Premier Performance Cow award was the National Grand Champion, “Dream,” exhibited by Keightley-Core and Borba. She took home a $500 cash award. (winners and class sponsors are listed on page 31). A total of $4,125 was offered for the Premier Performance class at The 2018 All American Jersey Show. Tillamook County Creamery, Tillamook, Ore., gave each of the 20 cows a two-pound block of Medium White Cheddar baby loaf.

Supreme Champion For the eleventh year, NAILE held a Supreme Championship class to showcase all of the dairy breeds. The Jersey breed continued its dominance of the show as “Dream” took home the championship over the six other breeds of dairy cattle exhibited. This is the 10th time the Jersey breed has been named Supreme. “Dream” was selected by the open shows judges of each breed and received a $2,000 cash award from the Kentucky Farm Bureau and the title of Supreme Champion. All American and Reserve All Americans Named The All American Jersey Show is a championship show. The first place animal in each class is designated by the American Jersey Cattle Association as the “All American” of its group. The second place animal earns “Reserve All American” recognition. Each first place individual was presented, by the AJCA, with a custom-designed navy and cream neck ribbon declaring their All American status for the class. Second place individuals received a custom-made maroon and cream neck ribbon, from the AJCA, stating their Reserve All American honors.

Special Awards Hirds Colton Dream continued to add to her resume as she received the NASCO International Type and Production Award for the second consecutive year. For the first time Goff Jerseys, owned by Buster and Beverly Goff, Hobbs., N.M., took home Premier Breeder honors. They received the Donald and Joyce Smith Memorial Trophy and the Harry S. Mykrantz Honor Award. Keightley & Core Jerseys, Salvisa, Ky., took the Reserve Premier Breeder banner. River Valley Jerseys, the Sauder family, captured the Premier Exhibitor banner and received the Brentwood Farms Trophy for the sixth consecutive year and seventh time in history. Keightley & Core Jerseys were also named Reserve Premier Exhibitor. For the second consecutive year, Maryland Jersey breeders captured the state herd

Buster and Beverly Goff and their barn crew accepted the Premier Breeder banner from National Jersey Queen Abby Shaw. Along with the award they also received the The Donald and Joyce Smith Memorial Trophy presented by Delaine Smith.

Keightley and Core Jerseys won both the Reserve Premier Breeder and the Reserve Premier Exhibitor banners.

South Mountain Voltage Radiant-ET was named best bred and owned cow of the show for Terri Packard and Ernie Kueffner. Presenting the Williams Jersey Farm Trophy and MVE-Chart semen tank are Kevin, Darlene and Jody Williams and National Jersey Queen Abby Shaw.

award and received the Jersey Journal Trophy featuring cheese from Young’s Jersey Dairy, Yellow Springs, Ohio. The New Hampshire Jersey Cattle Club presented the Ladies Showmanship Trophy to Christine Sheesley Rozler, Canton, N.Y., as the top female showman. Jeff Core, Salvisa, Ky., took home the Ohio Jersey Breeders Trophy for top male showman. (continued to page 28)


Hirds Colton Dream was the winner of the NASCO International Type and Production Award. Accepting the award from National Jersey Queen Abby Shaw was Brady Core.

John and Julie Mayer, far right, accepted the Henry P. Knolle Trophy from Open Show Chair Stacy Dohle and Queen Shaw for the winning milking yearling, Stoney Point Andreas Becca.

JMS manager Greg Lavan presented the Adelene Keightley Memorial Trophy to the breeders of Hirds Colton Dream at the Royal Winter Fair. Accepting the award is Nathan, Kate, Heidi, Tessa, Lexi and Quinn Wade.

All American Open Show

Allison Foster, Portage, Wis., and second alternate Willow Voegtlen, Beloit, Wis., made the presentations to the winners throughout the day as the large ringside audience watched, along with an untold number of people across the world, viewing the ceremonies on streaming live video provided by the NAILE.

It was the way she tracked out on her rear legs that carried her over the Reserve All American Junior Calf, MS Germaine Colton Gidget, exhibited by Malissa Reed, Owosso, Mich. “We love this heifer standing in line, we just want to keep those legs tucked under her a little more,” said Lutz of his second place heifer. “She uses her advantage in the front end to place over the really beautiful side-profile black heifer coming out in third.” Finishing third in the class of 33 heifers was Bolle-Acres Andreas Passion, bred and exhibited by Mad, Carrie Jo, Drew, Lane, Sophie, and Ellie Bollenbacher, Argos, Ind.

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Chilli Action Colton-ET was named the Premier Performance Sire of The All American Jersey Show. Select Sires Inc., Plain City, Ohio, received the award sponsored by the New England Jersey Breeders Association. This award is given on the basis of class placing and yield deviations for no more than six daughters, plus 25% of the sire’s JPI. Winning the Bourne-Le Seuer Trophy for the best barn exhibit was Ratliff Jerseys, Garnett, Kan. Class protein awards were sponsored in the heifer classes up to the junior twoyear-old cows by Jack Cunningham, Milan, Tenn. (winners are pictured on page 30). The National Jersey Queen Abby Shaw, Oxford, Mass., and her court, first alternate

The Class Winners “Welcome to the All American Jersey Show,” said Judge Lutz in his first set of reasons. “This calf in first sorted herself to the top pretty easily,” said Lutz of the All American Junior Heifer Calf—Ho-Crawf Andreas Joplin. “When you get behind her, she has so much strength, width, and openness to the rib. She is a well balanced heifer.” “Joplin” was exhibited by Duane T. Cole, Burghill, Ohio.

Emily Walton accepted the $1,000 cash award from AJCA President Jonathan Merriam and judges Lutz and Harbaugh for the win as USJersey Premier Performance Cow, Lyon Ajack Bay. The National Jersey Queen and her court presented the banner and Executive Secretary Neal Smith awarded the Allen D. Meyer Challenge Trophy.

Junior heifer calf (33 shown) 1. Ho-Crawf Andreas Joplin, Duane T. Cole, Burghill, Ohio; 2. MS Germaine Colton Gidget, Malissa Reed, Owosso, Mich.; 3. Bolle-Acres Andreas Passion, Max, Carrie Jo, Drew, Lane, Sophie and Ellie Bollenbacher, Argos, Ind., best bred and owned; 4. Twin County Stop The Press, Frank and Diane

Brady Core, on the halter of Hirds Colton Dream, accepted the $500 cash award and banner for the Budjon-Vail Reserve Premier Performance Cow from judges Lutz and Harbaugh. First alternate National Jersey Queen Allison Foster presented the Reserve banner.


Borba and Keightley and Core, Salvisa, Ky.; 5. Glamourview Response Kinsley-ET, Glamourview-Iager and Walton, Walkersville, Md.; 6. Underground Nat Mamie Nikki-ET, Shelby M. Rader, Conneaut Lake, Pa.; 7. Tierneys Andreas Lorina, Tierney Farm and Kathryn and Patrick Bosley, Malone, N.Y.; 8. Meadowridge Bang Bang Sunshine, Roger Riebe and Emma and Alleah Anderson, Cumberland, Wis.; 9. DreamValley Expresso, Michael Lamar Bosley, Glen Rock, Pa.; 10. Coppenbarger Viral Abbie-ET, Dustin Coppenbarger and Bailey Robinson, Carthage, Mo. PA protein award winner—JX Cornish Pablo Paige {4}, Greg Cornish, North Fairfield, Ohio, 17th in class

“The top two make for a very close placing for us,” said Judge Lutz of his All American and Reserve All American Intermediate calves. “The calf we are starting with is just a touch more balanced. She walks out a little straighter on those rear legs than the taller heifer in second.” Glamourview Premier Spade, the future Reserve Junior Champion, took All American Intermediate Calf honors. She was bred and exhibited by Glamourview-Iager and Walton. Following her in second was Heart & Soul Fizz Faith-ET, owned by Bailee, Calla, Mason, and Matthew Mazzaro and Duane Cole of Williamsfield, Ohio. It was the “size, scale and power” of “Faith” that carried her over the “wellbalanced calf ” in third. Placing third was Homeridge T Annette, owned by S. Pitterle, T. Freson, R. Mandsell and S. Stanford, Watertown, Wis. Intermediate heifer calf (35 shown) 1. Glamourview Premier Spade (S: Hawarden Impuls Premier, D: Stoney Point Tequila Sunrise), Glamourview-Iager and Walton, best bred and owned, res. jr. champ.; 2. Heart & Soul Fizz Faith-ET, Bailee, Calla, Mason and Matthew Mazzaro and Duane Cole, Williamsfield, Ohio; 3. Homeridge T Annette, S. Pitterle, T. Freson, R. Mandsell and S. Stanford, Watertown, Wis.; 4. Ratliff Showdown Volcano-ET, M&B Dores, L&L Pires and Tony Garcia, Jr., Hughson, Calif.; 5. KCJF VIP Celebrity, Keightley and Core, Jackson Powers and Frank and Diane Borba, Salvisa, Ky.; 6. Glamourview Tequila Hylton, Glamourview-Iager and Walton; 7. Breezy Knoll AJ Little Rockstar, Grant Cope, Salem, Ohio; 8. SK Viceroy Pixie, Kira and Ross Andre, Anneli and Oliver Shaw and APB Jerseys, Wauseon, Ohio; 9. Wingerts Roman Daphne, Jazmin L. Wingert, Kent, Ill.; 10. Meadowridge Jax Blueberry, Roger Riebe and Emma and Alleah Anderson PA protein award winner—Ratliff Showdown Vanna-ET, Larry Mortimer and Todd Killpack, Rigby, Ind., 11th in class

In the largest class of the day—42 heifers—the entry of Jennifer Van Exel took home All American Senior Calf honors. Exels Barfly Jessa 4156 won out over SVHeaths Applejack Madeline, owned by Mike Heath, Billy and Betty Heath and Allen Stiles, Westminster, Md. “This first heifer has a little more stretch from end-to-end and treks out nicer on her rear legs,” said Lutz of his winner. “We admire the openness in the rib and the width between the ribs in our second place heifer.” “The heifer in third, you have to love

Chilli Action Colton-ET was named Premier Sire of The All American Jersey Show. Accepting the New England Jersey Breeders Trophy from Queen Shaw is Marc Bolen of Select Sires and Michael Heath, breeder of Colton.

her style,” said Lutz of KCJF Response Dreamgirl. “She just needs to be a little sharper and cleaner to compete with the heifers above her.” “Dreamgirl” is owned by Keightley and Core, Jackson Powers and Frank and Diane Borba, Salvisa, Ky. Senior heifer calf (42 shown) 1. Exels Barfly Jessa 4156, Jennifer Van Exel, Lodi, Calif., best bred and owned; 2. SVHeaths Applejack Madeline, Mike Heath, Billy and Betty Heath and Allen Stiles, Westminster, Md.; 3. KCJF Response Dreamgirl, Keightley and Core, Jackson Powers and Frank and Diane Borba; 4. Meadowridge Jax Tulip, Roger Riebe and Emma and Alleah Anderson; 5. Schulte Bros Elegant Tequila-ET, Phil W. Gordon/Gordon Farms, Syracuse, Ind.; 6. Arethusa Impression Selia, CC Genetics, Fairplay, Md.; 7. KCJF Andreas Cancun, Landree Fraley, Muncy, Pa.; 8. Goff Andreas 33073-ET, Buster Goff, Hobbs, N.M.; 9. DKG Ressurection Cameo, Austin Blake Baker, Staley, N.C.; 10. Valyrias Andreas Vavoom-ET, Grant, Grace, Hannah and Ellie Fremstad and Scott Stanford, Westby, Wis. PA protein award winner—Kilgus Metallica Marsha {5}-ET, Kilgus Dairy/Carla Kilgus, Fairbury, Ill., 25th in class

Twenty-eight heifers competed in the summer yearling class to take home All American honors. Topping the class was the best bred and owned heifer in the class, SVHeaths Applejack Safari, owned by Wayne Stiles, Allen Stiles and Mike Heath, Westminster, Md. “A great class of summer yearlings,” said Judge Lutz. “The heifer we are starting with is the youngest heifer in th class, an August calf, but she has the stretch and width throughout.” She placed over the “beautiful, balanced black heifer” in second. Taking home Reserve All American honors was Despresverts Joel Glamour-ET exhibited by Dusty Schirm and Josh Arp of Ashville, Ohio. Finishing third was the “big and growthy” Hearts Desire Shake- N- Fizz-ET, owned by Misty Meadow Dairy, Tillamook, Ore. (continued to page 30)

Ratliff Jerseys and Lincrest Farm received the Bourne-Le Sueur Trophy for the Best Barn Exhibit.

Jeff Core won the Ohio Jersey Breeders Trophy for Top Male Showman at The All American Jersey Show. Congratulating him is National Jersey Queen Abby Shaw.

Christine Sheesley Rozler received the Ladies Showmanship Trophy, sponsored by the New Hampshire Jersey Cattle Club from National Jersey Queen Abby Shaw.

Maryland was the winning state herd. Emily Walton and Terri Packard accepted the banner and the Jersey Journal trophy comprised of cheese from Queen of Quality producer, Young’s Jersey Dairy, Yellow Springs, Ohio.


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Summer yearling heifer (28 shown) Class sponsored by: Oakhaven Jerseys, Jerry and John Lemmermen, Galloway, Ohio 1. SVHeaths Applejack Safari, Wayne Stiles, Allen Stiles and Mike Heath, Westminster, Md., best bred and owned; 2. Despresverts Joel Glamour-ET, Dusty Schrim and Josh Arp, Ashville, Ohio; 3. Hearts Desire Shake- N- Fizz-ET, Misty Meadow Dairy, Tillamook, Ore.; 4. Lady Lane Andreas Flicker, Patrick Marvin Gourley, Portland, Ore., 5. Bolle-Acres Gentry Lora, Max, Carrie Jo, Drew, Lane, Sophie and Ellie Bollenbacher; 6. Big Guns Andreas Vanish-ET, Sabrina Clark and Madison Fisher, Claysburg, Pa.; 7. Schulte Bros Teq Dora-ET, Jared Dickman, Lanark, Ill.; 8. KCJF Vaden Debut, Keightley and Core, Jackson Powers and Frank and Diane Borba; 9. Discoverys Andreas June, Lisa Demmer, Ellsworth, Wis.; 10. Exels Andreas Dixie 4001, Hank Van Exel, Lodi, Calif. PA protein award winner—Grammer-Time Innovation Versace, William D. and Meagan L. Grammer, Fremont, Ohio, 15th in class

Thirty-five heifers competed for All American honors in the junior yearling class. Big Guns Andreas Virtue-ET topped the class and was named All American Junior Yearling and went on to be named Junior Champion for her owners Virtue Partners. “The heifer starting this class, just sorts herself to the top for us,” explained Judge Lutz. “She is just so balanced. She tracks on a nicer set of feet and legs and is cleaner over her pins.” Following in second was L’Ormiere Tequila Roxe shown by Misty Meadow Dairy. “The second heifer’s advantage in size and scale carries her over our heifer in third,” said Lutz. “We love the length of the heifer in third, just would like to get her a little nicer on those rear legs to move up today. Finishing third was Hard Core Lemon Fizz exhibited by D&N Schirm, Prestige Genetics and R-John Holsteins, Ashville, Ohio. Junior yearling heifer (35 shown) 1. Big Guns Andreas Virtue-ET (S: Sunset Canyon Andreas, D: Big Guns Jamaica Vanilla), Virtue Partners, Ashville, Ohio, jr. champ.; 2. L’Ormiere Tequila Roxe, Misty Meadow Dairy; 3. Hard Core Lemon Fizz, D&N Schrim, Prestige Genetics and R-John Holsteins, Ashville, Ohio; 4. Arethusa Impression Visa-ET, Glamourview-Iager and Walton; 5. Carly-O Andreas Africa {5}, Kylie Nickels, Watertown, Wis.; 6. SV Colton Hosanna, Spring Valley Farm Jerseys, Westminster, Md., best bred and owned; 7. C Tops Albany-ET, Williams Jerseys and Erin and Jody Williams, McConnelsville, Ohio; 8. South Mountain Colton Ravish, Ernest W. Kueffner and Terri L. Packard, Boonsboro, Md.; 9. RV/TJ Andreas Vera 5058-ET, TJ Classic Jerseys, Lane and Allison Francis and Shelby Rader, Ansonia, Ohio, PA protein award winner; 10. Graybill Colton Kate, Ethan and Eli Graybill, Freeport, Ill.

“This first heifer for us is just so complete,” said Lutz of his All American Winter Yearling—Beslea Vivitar Goblin owned by Miles Price, Christian Cunningham and Clayton Arntz, Petaluma, Calif. “She is balanced, has style and is open through that front end,” continued Lutz. “She treks out nicer on her legs than the second place heifer.” Receiving Reserve All American honors was Entourage Fireman Stacey-ET, owned and exhibited by Carly N. Shaw, Fairplay, Md. “The second place heifer is just a little Page 30

Kilgus Chrome Polly Milking yearling, PA Protein Award Willow Voegtlen • Trent Kilgus

Renner Farm Mackenzie Perri Junior two-year-old, PA Protein Award Neal Smith • Blake Renner

JX Cornish Pablo Paige {4} Junior calf, PA Protein Award Abby Shaw • Cindy Howman

Ratliff Showdown Vanna-ET Intermediate heifer calf, PA Protein Award Allison Foster • Dale Mortimer

Kilgus Metallica Marsha {5}-ET Senior heifer calf, PA Protein Award Willow Voegtlen • Carla Kilgus

Grammer-Time Innovation Versace Summer yearling heifer, PA Protein Award Abby Shaw • Meagan Grammer • Jordan Ziegler

Not pictured: RV/TJ Andreas Vera 5058-ET Junior yearling heifer, PA Protein Award

more heifer from end-to-end than the black heifer following in third,” said Lutz. Finishing third was Meadowridge Fizz Sparkle-ET owned by Gene Henderson and Cole Kruse, Manchester, Iowa. Twenty heifers competed for the All American and Reserve All American honors in the winter yearling class. Winter yearling heifer (20 shown) 1. Beslea Vivitar Goblin, Miles Price, Christian Cunningham and Clayton Arntz, Petaluma, Calif.; 2. Entourage Fireman Stacey-ET, Carly N. Shaw, Fairplay, Md.; 3. Meadowridge Fizz Sparkle-ET, Gene Henderson and Cole Kruse, Manchester, Iowa; 4. SV Applejack Restless-ET, Ernest W. Kueffner and Terri L. Packard; 5. Lormiere Tequila Leah, D&N Schrim, F&D Borba, C. Popp, M. Hawbaker and Kash-In, Ashville, Ohio; 6. DKG Motion Sarah, John, Donna, Trevor, Lane and Blake Greiwe and Grace, Garrett and Meredith Hageman, Sidney, Ohio, best bred and owned; 7. Budjon-Vail HP Tequila MadraET, Grant Dohle and Addison Goldenburg, Half Way, Mo.; 8. SVHeaths Colton Judith, Casey, Chloe and Chase Vander Eyk, Tipton, Calif., PA protein award winner; 9. Ledel Miles Roxie, Leon Hesler Family, Winchester, Ohio; 10. J-Kay Fizz Punch, Matt and Morgan Richards and James Morgan Family, Urbana, Ohio

SVHeaths Colton Judith Winter yearling heifer, PA Protein Award Allison Foster • Adam Slutz

The Milking Classes “What a cow to win this first milking class today,” said Lutz. “She is so well balanced and is the best udder of the class.” Receiving the Henry P. Knolle Trophy for first place milking yearling was Stoney Point Andreas Becca. She was also named best bred and owned for her owners John and Julie Mayer, Taneytown, Md. Following in second was Goff Impression Mae 31344(continued to page 32)

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Jo Manion, Salvisa, Ky.; 10. Billings Tequila Serena, Michael Heath, Joe Brinton and D&N Schrim, Ashville, Ohio PA protein award winner—Renner Farm Mackenzie Perri, Blake Renner, Fortuna, Calif., 22nd in class

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ET, owned by Buster Goff, Hobbs, N.M. “Our first cow carries her fore udder just a little nicer and is a touch higher and wider in the her rear udder attachment,” said Lutz of his winner. “The second place cow is just 15 days fresh and wow ... she is clean for being that fresh,” said Lutz. “We made her second best udder in the class. Elliotts Vitality Cisco-ET, owned by Ernest W. Kueffner and Terri L. Packard finished in third. For Lutz she was “a beautiful side profile cow that you just love.” Milking yearling (31 shown) 1. Stoney Point Andreas Becca, John and Julie Mayer, Taneytown, Md., 1st best udder, best bred and owned; 2. Goff Impression Mae 31344-ET, Buster Goff, 2nd best udder, 2nd premier performance; 3. Elliotts Vitality Cisco-ET, Ernest W. Kueffner and Terri L. Packard, 1st premier performance; 4. Heartfilleds Colton Tenley, Dusty and Nicole Schrim and David Jordan, Ashville, Ohio; 5. Skandia Colton B Anthem 505-ET, Kilgus Dairy, Carla Kilgus, DeMents Jerseys and Kevin Lutz, Fairbury, Ill.; 6. Elliotts AJ Chicago-ET, Ernie Kueffner, Terri Packard and Mike and Linda Hellenbrand, Boonsboro, Md.; 7. KCJF Fizz N Tonic, Brittany Core, Salvisa, Ky.; 8. Discoverys Tequila Jeneva-ET, Red Dirt Genetics and On The Go Farms, Perkins, Okla.; 9. BW Bold Tammie 77125 {6}, Brentwood Farms, Orland, Calif.; 10. Archer Tricia, Williams Jerseys and Erin and Jody Williams PA protein award winner—Kilgus Chrome Polly, Kilgus Dairy/Carla Kilgus, 17th in class

“Let’s give this class a big round of applause,” said Judge Lutz of his 28 junior two-year-olds. “What a quality class!” “Tremendous cow to win this class today,” continued Lutz. “We love her shoot to the moon front end and she has balance all the way through.” Taking home All American honors in was KCJF Colton Can Be It, bred and owned by Brittany Core, Salvisa, Ky. She was also

best udder in the class and first premier performance cow. Placing second in the class was Rustik Sprinkles with Susie Que, owned by Glamourview-Iager and Walton. She edged out Goff Colton 29320-ET, owned by Buster Goff. “We love the sharpness, cleanliness, and depth of body of the second place cow,” said Lutz. “And what a well-balanced cow coming out in third, with tremendous veination all the way over the udder. She is a sharp, clean, dairy cow.”

“A really great pair of cows here on top for us today,” said Lutz of the class of 21 senior two-year-olds. “This first place cow, the best udder in the class, just carries her udder a touch higher above the hock. Is harder over the top and just a little straighter and more level over her hooks and pins than the beautiful dairy cow in second.” KCJF Colton Catch Me-ET took home top honors in the class for her breeder, Brady Core of Salvisa, Ky. “This second cow has got a lot of width to her rib cage and we really admire that,” said Lutz of his Reserve All American. “Her dairyness carries her over the real stylish cow we have coming out in third.” River Valley Excitation Flawless-ET, owned by Misty Meadow Dairy finished second and was also the second best udder in the class. Placing third was DKG Ritzs Relentless Sugar, owned by John, Donna, Trevor, Lane and Blake Greiwe and Grace, Garrett and Meredith Hageman, Sidney, Ohio.

Junior 2-yr.-old cow (28 shown) Class sponsored by: Mayfield Farm and Nursery, Athens, Tenn. 1. KCJF Colton Can Be It, Brittany Core, Salvisa, Ky., 1st best udder, best bred and owned, 1st premier performance; 2. Rustik Sprinkles With Susie Que, Glamourview-Iager and Walton, 2nd best udder; 3. Goff Colton 29320-ET, Buster Goff, 2nd premier performance; 4. Rich Valley Gentry Mitzi 315, Brent L. Rocha, Tillamook, Ore.; 5. Okato Topeka Fawn, Jordan, Nickerson, Young and Schrim, Chicago, Ill.; 6. Lordan HG Kapri, Lordan Farm and Emily, Sydney and Mackenzie Day, Silver Lake, Ind.; 7. Willow Creek Hired Gun Viola, James Morgan and Family, Phil Rhoades and Grant Cope, Urbana, Ohio; 8. Milk & Honey Konspiracy Marylou, Grant, Grace Hannah and Ellie Fremstad, Westby, Wis.; 9. KCJF Tequila Now Or Never, Keightley/Core Jerseys and Kenny and Kelly

Senior 2-yr.-old cow (21 shown) 1. KCJF Colton Catch Me-ET, Brady Core, Salvisa, Ky., 1st best udder, best bred and owned, 2nd premier performance; 2. River Valley Excitation Flawless-ET, Misty Meadow Dairy, 2nd best udder; 3. DKG Ritzs Relentless Sugar, John, Donna, Trevor, Lane and Blake Greiwe and Grace, Garrett and Meredith Hageman; 4. Ratliff Tequila Radiance, Ron and Christy Ratliff, Trustees, Garnett, Kan.; 5. LC Success Abilene, Taylor, Erin and Sophie Leach, Linwood, Kan., 1st premier performance; 6. J-Kay Applejack Felice-ET, Matt and Morgan Richards and James Morgan Family; 7. Intense Gentry Priceless, Brent L. Rocha; 8. TJ/RV Getaway Vera 1587-ET, TJ Classic Jerseys and Allison Francis, Ansonia, Ohio; 9. Meadowridge Granite Allia, Roger Riebe and Emma (continued to page 34)

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and Alleah Anderson; 10. Ratliff Velocity Alpha-ET, Ron and Christy Ratliff, Trustees

“Two cows sorted themselves to the top for me in this class,” said Lutz of his All American and Reserve All American Junior Three-Year-Olds. “We love the overall lines of this first cow. She has that uphill run. She is long from end-to-end and carries her udder high above the hock.” Winning the class of 21 cows was Billings Impression Backstage-ET owned by Rancho Teresita Dairy, Tulare, Calif. Reserve All American accolades went to Showdown Electra bred and owned by Bonnie Sue Rider, Upton, Ky. “We love the fore udder on this second place cow,” continued Lutz. “She also has a tremendous depth of body.” The pair of cows were named first and second best udders and “Electra” was named best bred and owned. Finishing third was Klinedell Tequila Janice owned by Jacob D. Kline, Myerstown, Pa. She was the first place premier performance cow in the class. Junior 3-yr.-old cow (21 shown) Class sponsored by: Select Sires, Inc., Plain City, Ohio 1. Billings Impression Backstage-ET, Rancho Teresita Dairy, Tulare, Calif., 1st best udder; 2. Showdown Electra, Bonnie Sue Rider, Upton, Ky., 2nd best udder, best bred and owned; 3. Klinedell Tequila Janice, Jacob D. Kline, Myerstown, Pa., 1st premier performance; 4. BVSF Gentry Consuelo,

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Glamourview-Iager and Walton, 2nd premier performance; 5. SVHeaths Andreas Cameron, Delon Mortimer and Mike Harris, Smithfield, Utah; 6. Heaths Applejack Willow, Michael Heath, Westminster, Md.; 7. Miss Glees Got It, Grant and Ann Cope, Jim Beardsley and Brenda and Nevin L’Amoreaux, Salem, Ohio; 8. DeMents Incentive Lady, Ted DeMent, Kenney, Ill.; 9. Miss Havre De Grace, Patrick Marvin Gourley; 10. Meadowridge Kasanova Sara, Michael Riebe and Alleah and Emma Anderson, Cumberland, Wis.

The eventual Intermediate Champion topped the class of 15 senior three-yearolds. Rollingriver Press Release, owned by Frank and Diane Borba and Keightley and Core, Salvisa, Ky. She was also named best udder in the class. “What an awesome group of cows out here,” said Lutz. “These top two sort themselves pretty easily for us today. We love the balance of this first place cow.” Placing second was Lyon Ajack Bay owned by Glamourview-Iager and Walton. She went to be named the Overall Premier Performance Cow of the show as well. “We love the sharpness and cleanliness of the second place cow,” continued Lutz. “She isn’t the longest cow from end-to-end in the class, but she has so much sweep to her rib and quality to her mammary system that she easily falls into this place.” Finishing third was Charlyn Tequila Ember owned by River Valley Farm. Senior 3-yr.-old cow (15 shown) Class sponsored by: Pleasant Ridge Jerseys, Geneva, Ind. 1. Rollingriver Press Release (S: Tower Vue Prime TequilaET, D: Rolling River Pressly {6}), Frank and Diane Borba and Keightley and Core, Salvisa, Ky., int. champ., 1st best udder;

2. Lyon Ajack Bay, Glamourview-Iager and Walton, overall premier performance winner, 2nd best udder; 3. Charlyn Tequila Ember, River Valley Farm, Tremont, Ill., 2nd premier performance; 4. Jasmari Verb Lil Verona-ET, Misty Meadow Dairy; 5. Ratliff Indiana Cadence-ET, Ron and Christy Ratliff, Trustees; 6. Goff Peeves Willy Mae-ET, Buster Goff; 7. DeMents Grayson Jinglebell, Janell M. Baum, Clinton, Ill.; 8. Hawk Pont TVK Mischief, Rich and Theresa Townsend and Caleb and Tucker Peterson, Elkland, Mo.; 9. Fire-Lake Premier Meg, Joshua, Hannah, Nicole and Rebecca Sanders, Hilmar, Calif.; 10. Kilgus Vitality Coconut, Kilgus Dairy/Carla Kilgus Reserve Intermediate Champion 1. South Mountain Voltage Radiant-ET (S: Elliotts Golden Voltage-ET, D: Marynole Excite Rosey), Ernest W. Kueffner and Terri L. Packard, National Jersey Jug Futurity winner, res. int. champ., best bred and owned of show

Winning the class of 24 four-year-olds was Chilli Nitro Cabo-ET owned by River Valley Farm. She went on to be named honorable mention senior champion and the reserve overall premier performance cow of the show. She was also named best uddered cow in the class. “What a tremendous sharp, clean dairy cow we have to start the class,” said Lutz. “She has so much more femininity and is just so sharp and clean.” Placing second was Arethusa HG SvanaET owned by Glamourview-Iager and Walton and following her in third was Sunrise Vindication Sunup owned by Natalie and Mia Berry, Sherwood, Ore. “The second place cow is just a little nicer in her mammary system today,” said Lutz. “She is a well-balanced cow and we like the openness of the ribs over the third (continued to page 36)

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place cow today. “We love the length of frame on the third place cow,” explained Lutz. “She is just losing a little bit of quality in that rear udder today to get around the two cows ahead of her.” 4-yr.-old cow (24 shown) 1. Chilli Nitro Cabo-ET, River Valley Farm, 1 st best udder, 1st premier performance; 2. Arethusa HG Svana-ET, Glamourview-Iager and Walton, 2nd best udder, 2nd premier performance; 3. Sunrise Vindication Sunup, Natalie and Mia Berry, Sherwood, Ore.; 4. Daven Fame Lenna, L&L Pires, Modesto, Calif.; 5. Spring Moon Governor Grace, Grant Haven Dohle, Half Way, Mo.; 6. Kilgus Irwin Ethel, Kilgus Dairy/Carla Kilgus, best bred and owned; 7. Goff Topeka 24686-ET, Buster Goff; 8. Random Luck T Heather, Red Dirt Genetics and On The Go Farms; 9. Stoney Point Comerica Kathie, Kash-In Jerseys, Tulare, Calif.; 10. K&M Tequila Galalee-ET, Kilgus Dairy/Carla Kilgus

Eleven cows competed for All American honors in the five-year-old class. Capturing the title and best udder in the class was Scottiere Kacey Tequila owned by River Valley Farm. “We love this first place cow,” said Judge Lutz. “She is balanced. She is straight. She is longer from end-to-end. And she is higher in her rear udder today.” Finishing second and receiving the status of Reserve All American Five-Year-Old Cow was Windy Willow Impression Lori J owned by Natalie Berry and Nicole Sanders, Hilmar, Calif.

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“We love the sharpness and cleanliness of this second cow,” said Lutz. “She is a little nicer in her rear legs and stronger on her pasterns than the cow in third.” LC Valentino Clover owned by Erin and Sophie Leach and Anna Hahn of Linwood, Kan., finished third and was named best bred and owned of the class. 5-yr.-old cow (11 shown) Sponsored by: Lady-Lane Farm and Patrick Gourley, Mulino, Ore. 1. Scottiere Kacey Tequila, River Valley Farm, 1st best udder, 1st premier performance; 2. Windy Willow Impression Lori J, Natalie Berry and Nicole Sanders, Hilmar, Calif., 2nd best udder, 2nd premier performance; 3. LC Valentino Clover, Erin and Sophie Leach and Anna Hahn, Linwood, Kan., best bred and owned; 4. Stoney Point Verb Blush, Michael Heath; 5. SV Impression Holly-ET, River Valley Farm; 6. Laguna Hired Gun Joanne-ET, Brent L. Rocha; 7. Discoverys Tequila Escape-ET, Kevin Krejci and Lisa Demmer, Ellendale, Minn.; 8. Reich-Dale Vaden Strollin, Hayden Reichard, Chambersburg, Pa.; 9. Ratliff Minister Midgee, Taylor, Erin and Sophie Leach; 10. Avonlea Tequila Kanga-ET, Randy Drinkall and Family, Rushford, Minn.

“These cows in the aged cow class have stood the test of time,” said Judge Lutz. “What a class. We just love the cows at the top of the class.” Receiving All American Aged Cow honors was 2016 National Grand Champion, RRF Comerica Daisy, owned by River Valley Farm and Reinholt Jerseys. She went on to be named Reserve National Grand Champion and Reserve Senior Champion. “Such a well-balanced cow to win this

class,” continued Lutz. “She carries her udder high above the hock and is long from end-to-end.” Placing second and receiving Reserve All American honors was JL Vincent Sapphira also exhibited by River Valley Farm. “We admire the width of the rear udder on our second place cow,” said Lutz. “You have to admire her width and spring to her barrel all the way through her body.” Finishing third was the sixth lactation Meadowridge Jackknife Summer bred and owned by Michael Riebe and Alleah and Emma Anderson, Cumberland, Wis. Aged cow (10 shown) 1. RRF Comerica Daisy (S: Bridon Remake Comerica-ET, D: RRF Elite Dellie), River Valley Farm and Reinholt Jerseys, Tremont, Ill., res. sr. and res. gr. champ., 1st best udder, 2nd premier performance; 2. JL Vincent Sapphira, River Valley Farm. 2nd best udder; 3. Meadowridge Jackknife Summer, Michael Riebe and Alleah and Emma Anderson, Cumberland, Wis., best bred and owned; 4. Goff Valentino 20193-ET, Buster Goff, 1st premier performance; 5. Meadowridge Verbatim Claire, Roger R. Riebe, Cumberland, Wis.; 6. Golden Gammon Frivolous, Phillip, Melissa, Patrick and Andrew Dowty and Golden Oak Jerseys, Goshen, Ind.; 7. Hawk Pond Hardway Finnesse, Rich or Theresa Townsend, Sparkle Brook Jerseys and Ashton Page, Elkland, Mo.; 8. RRF Minister Dorita, TJ Classic Jerseys and Allison and Lane Francis, Ansonia, Ohio; 9. Reich-Dale Action Survivor-ET, Skyler Reichard, Chambersburg, Pa.

“When we get to a component class and they get this deep, it’s something special,” said Lutz. “If you can’t put your hands together for class like this, you don’t like to look at Jersey cows.” Winning the Lifetime Cheese Production class was the eventual Grand Champion of the All American Jersey Show and Supreme Champion of the North American International Livestock Exposition—Hirds Colton Dream. “What a cow to start with,” said Lutz. “She is 14 months in milk and you love the mammary system and the power and strength she has. “We are following her with a real sharp, clean dairy cow,” continued Lutz. “She carries her udder high above the hock.” Following her in second was the 2017 National Grand Champion, Discoverys Tequila Jewelene owned by Lisa Demmer, Ellsworth, Wis. In third was Arethusa Tequila Vision owned by Ron and Christy Ratliff. Lifetime Cheese Production (6 shown) Class sponsored by Budjon – Vail, Lomira, Wis. 1. Hirds Colton Dream (S: Chilli Action Colton-ET, D: Hirds Governor Dream 12W), Keightley-Core and Borba, Salvisa, Ky., sr., gr. and sup. champ., 1st best udder, 1st premier performance, NASCO trophy winner; 2. Discoverys Tequila Jewelene, Lisa Demmer, 2nd best udder, best bred and owned, 2nd premier performance; 3. Arethusa Tequila Vision, Ron and Christy Ratliff, Trustees; 4. Ahlem Celebrity Ruth 34728, Paul Graybill and Trent and Carla Kilgus, Fairbury, Ill.; 5. Cloverfield Edwin Mabel, Brent D. Moyer, Caro, Mich Junior best three females (3 entries) 1. Madison S. Fisher, Claysburg, Pa. 2. Spring Valley and Heath Jerseys, Westminster, Md. Senior best three females (3 entries) Sponsored by: Wisconsin Jersey Breeders Association 1. Ernest Kueffner and Terri Packard 2. Buster Goff State herd (14 shown) 1. Maryland; 2. Illinois; 3. California; 4. Kentucky, Ohio and Oregon (tie)

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or the 64th time, the National Jersey Jug Futurity was a stop on the tanbark trail, as a testament to dairy breeding’s timeless elegance and sophistication. The winner is a cow that dairy breeders have seen a lot of in the past two years. She is South Mountain Voltage Radiant-ET, selected by judge Kevin Lutz, Lincolnton, N.C., and his associate, Louie Cozzitorto, Turlock Calif., as the winner of the world’s oldest and richest dairy cow class on November 4, 2018. “What a great, great class of cows,” said Judge Lutz. “When these cows came out, this cow kind of just blew me away.” In 2017 at the All American Jersey Show, “Radiant” beat out 29 junior two-year-olds for All American honors and went on to also be the Intermediate Champion and Honorable Mention Grand Champion. Earlier in 2018, she earned Reserve Grand Champion and Intermediate Champion laurels at the International Jersey Show. She was bred and owned by Ernest W. Kueffner and Terri L. Packard of Boonsboro, Md. The couple received the winning check of $2,004. The reserve winner was TJ Classic Premier Misty, owned in partnership by TJ Classic Jerseys and Allison Francis of Ansonia, Ohio. Allison, leading “Misty,” was also the highest placing junior in the class. They received a cash prize of $914. Since its 1954 beginning, the Jersey Jug has seen nearly 48,000 Registered Jersey nominations. Of those, over 3,350 have been shown and competed for over $460,000 in award money. Each year breeders from around the United States

select and nominate their calves for the National Jersey Jug Futurity. An annual fee is then paid to retain that animal’s place in the competition. Three years after the original nomination, the cows travel to Louisville, Ky., to participate in what remains arguably the most glamorous show in the world. The Pre-Show Ceremonies As the lights in Freedom Hall dimmed, the spotlight centered brightly on each of the 18 entries as they were introduced to the arena crowd and those around the world watching on the live streaming video. The group of junior and senior threeyear-old cows were ready to battle for the coveted silver jug atop the green shavings. “Timeless” was the theme chosen to showcase the class in Freedom Hall. Spotlights set off the stage where the National Jersey Queen and her court sat. In the darkened arena, the spotlight shown down on the new National Jersey Queen and her court, being introduced publicly for the first time. Crowned the evening before as the 2018 National Jersey Queen was Abigail Shaw, Oxford, Mass. She was selected from a group of nine candidates. Jerseys have been an important part of Abby’s personal and professional development. She intends to use her experiences and the breed to create more responsibility in youth during her reign. She is a sophomore at Assumption College majoring in education. “Without Jerseys I would not know what it is to devote countless hours and make sacrifices to accomplish the goals I have


South Mountain Voltage Radiant-ET was named the 65th winner of the National Jersey Jug Futurity. The three-year-old was exhibited by Ernest W. Kueffner and Terri L. Packard. Assisting with the awards are consultant Louie Cozzitorto with the Mary Smith Leas Memorial Award for the winning entry; Judge Kevin Lutz with Bert Smith Leas Memorial Award for best bred and owned female in the class; first alternate National Jersey Queen Allison Foster with the miniature Jersey Jug presented to the owners; National Jersey Queen Abby Shaw with the banner; and Dr. Joseph Lineweaver, center, with the blanket of roses; Terri Packard is at the halter. Also pictured are second alternate queen Willow Voegtlen, Ernest Kueffner and AJCA Executive Secretary Neal Smith.

set for myself,” she stated. “Jerseys help develop responsibility in young people because they require a great amount of attention, hard work and patience. I believe that I can be an excellent spokesperson for the breed and an example of how Jerseys can create responsibility and diligence in youth as I enter adulthood.” Sitting on either side of Abby was her court—Allison Foster, Portage, Wis., and Willow Voegtlen, Beloit, Wis. Foster was named first alternate queen. She is a senior at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville with a major in dairy science and interested in vet school. She was a member of Class III of Jersey Youth Academy. Voegtlen was selected as the second alternate. She is a recent graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Farm and Industry Short Course. She was a member of Class V of Jersey Youth Academy. Escorting the queens were three young men actively involved in the Jersey youth programs: Gerret Boer, Dalhart, Texas, and twin brothers James and Matthew Holton, Dawsonville, Ga. Honoring Our Nation Shelley Haley, Chandler, Okla., the 1996 National Jersey Queen and co-chair

of the Jersey Jug Futurity committee, took center stage and sang the National Anthem as six youth representing the Illinois Jersey juniors carried the American flag to the center of Freedom Hall. Displaying the flag were: Grace Sauder, Tremont; Eli Graybill, Freeport; Lane Schweigert, Tremont; Addison Raber, Gridley; Jared Raber, Gridley; and Jared Dickman,

Lanark. Before the festivities began, a moment of silence was held for the Jersey community’s loss of Maurice E. “Maury” Core on August 29. Maurice was a dedicated former Executive Secretary of the American Jersey Cattle Club, among his other accomplishments was being the first to (continued to page 40)

TJ Classic Premier Misty, owned by the partnership of TJ Classic Jerseys and Allison Francis, was named the Reserve Winner of the futurity. She was led by Allison and received the Schrim/ Fremstad Trophy for the highest placing junior exhibitor from Larry Schirm, far right. Second alternate queen Willow Voegtlen presented Allison with the reserve trophy and National Jersey Queen Abby Shaw presented the banner. Judge Kevin Lutz and consultant Louie Corritorto extended their congratulations.


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coordinate the All American Jersey Shows and Sales. Immediately afterwards, 18 threeyear-olds entered the ring, the remaining contenders from 866 nominations made in 2015. Each took her turn in the spotlight for a formal introduction by Executive Secretary Neal Smith. The Final Six As the lights came back up, the cows made their trek around the ring. The judges observed the class from all angles and began to make their cuts. The crowd eagerly waited as the judges narrowed the field to their top six: • Reich-Dale Vaden Soarin, bred, owned and exhibited by Skyler Reichard, Chambersburg, Pa.; • TJ Classic Premier Misty, owned by TJ Classic Jerseys and Allison Francis, led by Allison; bred by Joel and Tabitha Bourne, Ansonia, Ohio; • DeMents Grayson Jinglebell, bred, owned and exhibited by Janell M. Baum, Clinton Ill., led by Ted DeMent; • LyleStanley Deacnp Francine 1975P owned by Red Dirt Genetics & On The Go Jerseys; bred by LyleStanley Trace LLC, Lee, Fla.; and Lisa Demmer on the halter; • South Mountain Voltage RadiantET, bred and owned by Ernest W. Kueffner and Terri L. Packard, shown by Terri; • Laurel-Brook Excitation Jael {5}-ET, bred, owned and exhibited by Joseph Stitt, Belleville, Pa. The crowd then worked to pick their favorites for the “railbird competition,” selecting their placings and hoping to match the judges. Nearly 500 entries were placed. In the end, three people placed the class as the judges and split the pot of $248 while an identical amount was donated to

Abe and Katrina Cobb accept the Tracy Stiles Memorial Award for the Premier Performance Cow. Their cow, Lylestanley Deacnp Francine 1975-P, placed third in class with Lisa Demmer on the halter. Also pictured are judges Lutz and Cozzitorto and National Jersey Queen Abby Shaw.

the Maurice E. Core Jersey Youth Fund. The Reasons As the final six paraded one more time in front of the crowd at Freedom Hall, the judges made their final placings. They handed the final placings to Master of Ceremonies Neal Smith to count down in reverse order—from sixth, fifth, fourth, third, until only two cows were left in the center of the ring—”Radiant” and Misty.” At that point, Judge Lutz and associate Cozzitorto made their way to the center of the ring and placed the purple blanket over “Radiant,” naming her the winner. “She’s an ultra-dairy cow, and is the best udder of the show,” said Judge Lutz as “Radiant” paraded to the head of the line. “She’s got a beautiful high, wide rear udder, a long firmly attached fore udder, and loads of style all the way through.” “The second cow we really love,” Lutz said about “Misty.” “Lots of power and strength, and she uses that power and strength and depth of rib to go over this ultra-dairy, a really refined cow we pulled out in third.” Behind her walked Lylestanley Deacnp Francine 1975-P in third place. “We love the udder on this cow, just not the power

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and the strength to get over this cow above her today,” said Lutz. “But she uses that width of rib, and openness and depth to go over a real dairy cow here in fourth.” “The fourth cow is an extremely dairy animal,” Lutz explained as Laurel-Brook Excitation Jael {5} fell into line. “She’s just dairy from end-to-end. She has a beautiful well-attached udder and uses her cleanliness to go over the big strong cow we have coming out here in fifth.” DeMents Grayson Jinglebell and Reich-Dale Vaden Soarin finished the lineup in fifth and sixth place. “This cow we brought out in fifth, is a cow we love. She’s tall, she’s long, she’s deep. And just a beautifully uddered cow. If we could just balance her up, she’d move way up in the class. And then the next cow in the lineup is a real dairy cow. A young junior threeyear-old with a high, wide rear udder attachment. Just a beautiful class all the way through,” Lutz concluded. The Awards Each year the Jersey Jug Futurity is the richest purse in an individual dairy class. In 2018, $7,540 of premiums were collected in nomination and annual fees. The top 12 cows, their owners, and premiums are: 1. South Mountain Voltage Radiant-ET (S: Elliotts Golden Voltage-ET, D: Marynole Excite Rosey), Ernest Kueffner and Terri Packard, Boonsboro, Md., 1st best udder, 1st premier performance, best bred and owned, $2,004 2. TJ Classic Premier Misty (S: Hawarden Impuls Premier, D: TJ Classic Hired Gun Mona), TJ Classic Jerseys and Allison Francis, Ansonia, Ohio, highest placing junior entry, $914 3. Lylestanley Deacnp Francine 1975-P, Red Dirt Genetics and On The Go Farms, Perkins, Okla., 1st premier performance, $695 4. Laurel-Brook Excitation Jael {5}-ET, Joseph Stitt, Belleville, Pa., $512 5. DeMents Grayson Jinglebell, Janell (continued to page 42)

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Sisters Shelley Haley and Betty Thompson served as the committee co-chairs for the 2018 National Jersey Jug Futurity. They accept a gift of appreciation from AJCA-NAJ Treasurer Vickie White, left, for their service.

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Baum, Clinton, Ill., $402 6. Reich-Dale Vaden Soarin, Skyler Reichard, Chambersburg, Pa., $329 7. TQ Call Me Maybe Of Starstruck, Grant Dohle and Caleb Gallivan, Half Way, Mo., $300 8. Cowbell Hired Gun Rio, Chase Rozler of Cowbell Acres, Canton, N.Y., $270 9. Edan Oliver Foxtrot-PP, Corrina Aldrich, Salem, N.Y., $256 10. Miss Havre De Grace, Patrick Gourley, Portland, Ore., $241 11. WF Verdict A La Mode, Reagan Jackson, Clear Brook, Va., $227 12. Nettle Creek Comerica Rosanne-ET, Anthony Dalessandro, Richmond, Ind., $219

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Williams Honored with Max Gordon Award Kevin Williams, McConnelsville, Ohio, has been named the 16th winner of the Max Gordon Recognition Award. Williams was honored at a ceremony held during the National Jersey Jug Futurity in Louisville, Ky., on November 4, 2018. The Max Gordon Recognition Award is given annually to an exhibitor who possesses the five key elements for which the award’s namesake stood: sportsmanship, ethics, professionalism, ability and promotion of the Jersey cow. Recipients are chosen by a committee of individuals who have previously received the Max Gordon Recognition Award. Williams and his wife, Darlene, their daughters, Erin and Jody, and his parents, Carl and Marlene, operate Williams Jerseys. The 40-cow Registered Jersey herd is enrolled on REAP and has an appraisal average of 86.3%, with 18 Excellents and 22 Very Goods. The family also raises crops on the 600-acre farm in the southeastern part of the state. “Passion for the Jersey cow is a cornerstone of Kevin’s personality,” said W. Phil Gordon, Syracuse, Ind., son of the late Max Gordon. “He grew up with national Jersey youth programs, where he developed a love for the Jersey cow, and then brought that affinity with him to his livelihood milking cows.” “His ethics in and out of the show ring are impeccable and the respect he has earned among his peers as a reputable cattle breeder is unmatched. As well, one would have to look high and low to find someone more supportive of youth.” Kevin and his family have bred two winners of the National Jersey Jug Futurity—C Tops Impressive in 1996 and Regal Flair in 1998—and numerous other show ring standouts. Williams Jerseys has earned the Premier Breeder and the Premier Exhibitor banner at the Ohio State Fair many times, most recently taking dual honors in 2018. They have exhibited the Grand Champion of the Ohio Spring Dairy Expo four times, including 2018 with Fireman Breeze Bubble. “Impressive” was named Reserve National Grand Champion in 1998 and was a milking string standout as well, with two records over 31,000 lbs. milk. Her influence on the breed is felt through her sons, grandsons and greatgrandsons. Her grandson, SC Gold Dust Paramount Iatola-ET, has been named Premier Performance Sire of the All American Jersey Show five times. A daughter, Impressive Image, was Junior Page 44

Kevin Williams, left, was named the 16th recipient of the Max Gordon Award. Making the presentation are Josh Gordon, center, and Phil Gordon.

Champion of the All American Jersey Show in 2000. Fellow Jersey breeders voted “Impressive” as winner of Jersey Journal’s People’s Choice of the National Jersey Jug Futurity contest in 2005. Kevin’s visibility in the show ring isn’t just on the end of a halter. He has judged the Western National Jersey Show and state fairs in Indiana, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina and Wisconsin. He has been the official at junior shows at the Pennsylvania All-American Dairy Show and the Ohio State Fair. On the green shavings in Louisville, he has judged the All American Junior Jersey Show and the National Jersey Jug and been consultant at the All American Jersey Show. Kevin has served the Jersey community as president of his district club and show and sale committee chair for the Ohio Jersey Breeders Association. He and Darlene received the AJCC Young Jersey Breeder Award in 1997 and have both served on All American Planning Committees. Previous winners of the Max Gordon Recognition Award include: Greg Bourne, Ansonia, Ohio (2017); Roger Riebe, Cumberland, Wis. (2016); Steve White, New Castle, Ind. (2015); Jeff and Alta Mae Core, Salvisa, Ky. (2014); Gene “Bambi” Henderson, Manchester, Iowa (2013); Norman Nabholz, West Union, Iowa (2012); George Barlass, Janesville, Wis. (2011), Jim VanBuskirk, Mich. (2010); Brian Sayles, Ont. (2009); Mike Stiles, Va. (2008); the late Harry Mykrantz, Ohio (2007); Ronnie Rider, Ky. (2006); Chuck Myers, Ohio (2005); Charles Luchsinger, N.Y. (2004); and Ron Mosser, Ind. (2003).

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Pair of Five-Year-Old Cows Capture Titles in Junior Show

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he judges said they were splitting hairs in class when they picked their winning five-year-olds at the 2018 All American Junior Jersey Show. Those two cows captured the hearts of the judges and two young ladies smiled widely as their cows were named Junior National Grand Champion and Reserve Junior National Grand Champion on November 3, 2018, in Louisville, Ky. Taking home the coveted titles of the 66th All American Junior Jersey Show were two daughters of Rock Ella Impression-ET, GJPI -81—SV Impression Holly-ET and Windy Willow Impression Lori J. The cows were exhibited by Grace Sauder, Tremont, Ill., and Natalie Berry, Sherwood, Ore., respectively. It was the first Junior National Grand Champion title for Grace, one that her older brothers have captured seven times previously. “Holly” has a number of wins to her credit, including Honorable Mention Grand Champion at last year’s show. Tasked with placing the 214 Registered Jerseys shown in the junior show was Tammie Stiles Doran, Woodstock, Va. She is the owner of Skip-A-Rilla Jerseys and her family has been a long-time and highly successful breeder and exhibitor in the All American Jersey shows. Branching out as a show judge, she has tied the ribbons at state-level shows in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia, and made the placings for the North Carolina State Fair junior Jersey, Brown Swiss and Guernsey shows in 2016. Sean Johnson was the consultant. He judged the 2017 Ohio State Fair Brown Swiss show. He has judged multiple breeds at the All-American Dairy Show in Harrisburg, Pa.: Jerseys and Red & Whites in 2015; the Premier National Junior Holstein Show in 2014; and Ayrshires in 2010. This past April, Sean traveled to Ecuador to judge Jerseys, Brown Swiss and Holsteins in the large Riobamba regional show. “Wherever your kids placed today, I think you should be proud of them because they handled themselves as very impressive young men and women,” said Doran. “I’d like to thank the parents, coaches, and family that have supported me whether it

is showing, judging or just trying to keep milking the little brown cows myself.” The All American Junior Jersey Show is the largest single-breed dairy cattle show for youth held in the world and kicked off a busy day for the Jersey juniors as their morning begins with the cow show at 8:00 a.m. and continued to mid-afternoon. Once the show finished, the youth hurried to the Pot O’Gold Sale in Newmarket Hall at 4:30 p.m. to make investments in their future through the consignments. Following the sale, the juniors attended the All American Junior Banquet at 7:30 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn. During the banquet, more than 60 Jersey youth were recognized for their achievements. Junior All American and Reserve Junior All Americans Named During the championship classes, a total of 28 Registered Jerseys were recognized by the American Jersey Cattle Association (AJCA) with the designation of Junior All American or Reserve Junior All American as the large ringside audience watched, along with an untold number of people across the world, viewing the ceremonies on streaming live video provided by the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE). Each first place individual was presented a custom-designed navy and cream neck ribbon declaring their Junior All American status for their class. Second place individuals received a custom-made maroon and cream neck ribbon stating their Reserve Junior All American honors. The Champions “This pair of five-year-olds, I just can’t say enough about them,” said Judge Doran. “They are the two cows that were a dream come true for us today when they came in the ring. “It was splitting hairs in the show ring, and they are just two cows that are so similar,” continued Doran. “We just love the style and balance and openness and angularity.” “Holly” and Sauder received a $500 cash award from NAILE. The AJCA matched the NAILE award, making the total cash award $1,000. The champion also received an IVF certificate from Trans Ova Genetics, Sioux Center, Iowa, for


Grand Champion SV Impression Holly-ET, exhibited by Grace Sauder, Tremont, Ill., was named Grand Champion of The All American Junior Jersey Show. Presenting the Bachelor Family Trophy were AJCA Executive Secretary Neal Smith and AJCA President Jonathan Merriam; Junior Activities Chair Cal Graber awarded Sauder with a free IVF transfer donated by TransOva Genetics. National Jersey Queen Lakaya Lyon held the champion banner.

their win. Receiving the Legendairy Farms Trophy for Reserve Grand Champion was Windy Willow Impression Lori J shown by Natalie Berry, Sherwood, Ore. Intermediate and Senior Champions “The quality of cattle has been impressive so far and I am sure we haven’t seen everything yet,” said Doran in her intermediate champion reasons. “We pulled four to the middle of the ring,” she continued. “The milking yearling, junior two-year-old, senior two-yearold and the junior three-year-old. But for me, there was one cow that as soon as she

Reserve Grand Champion Natalie Berry holds her Reserve Grand Champion, Windy Willow Impression Lori J. Presenting her awards are: Willow Voegtlen with the Reserve Champion banner; judge Tammie Stiles Doran and consultant Sean Johnson. Tom and Jennie Seals presented Berry with the Legendairy Farm Trophy for Reserve Grand Champion.

walked in the ring, I had the feeling she was going to be intermediate champion. That is our milking yearling.” As Nicole Sanders led Carly-O Tequila Always {4}-ET, owned by Carly Olufs, Petaluma, Calif., to the middle of the ring, judge Doran continued her reasons. “We are going to follow her with our senior two-year-old,” said Doran. “I think they make a great pair and complement each other. They are very similar cows with beautiful mammary systems.” The recipient of the Yosemite Jersey Dairy Trophy for Intermediate Champion was “Always {4},” and LC Success

SV Impression Holly-ET and Windy Willow Impression Lori J also took home Senior and Reserve Senior Champion honors for Sauder and Berry. Presenting the Caff-E-Hill Farms Trophy for Senior Champion were Ginger Baird, Lucy Woods, Seth Woods, Perry Baird, and Mrs. Jack Caffey. National Jersey Queen Lakaya Lyon held the rosette. Willow Voegtlen presented the reserve rosette while Junior Activities Chair Cal Graber awarded the Laurick Jerseys Trophy. Congratulating the youth were Judge Doran, consultant Johnson, Neal Smith and President Merriam.

Abilene took home the Reserve Intermediate Champion trophy. She was shown by Erin Leach, Linwood, Kan. Following as the Honorable Mention Intermediate Champion was Klinedell Tequila Janice, owned and exhibited by Jacob D. Kline, Myerstown, Pa. “These three cows for senior champion are all so beautiful, so similar,” said Doran in her reasons. “They all have that deep body, that sweep to the rib and all three compliment it well with their mammary systems.” Sauder and “Holly” received the Caff(continued to page 50)

Judge Tammie Stiles Doran selected Carly-O Tequila Always {4}, as Intermediate Champion for Carly Olufs, shown by Nicole Sanders. AJCA President Jonathan Merriam presented the Yosemite Jersey Dairy Trophy; National Jersey Queen Lakaya Lyon presented the championship banner. Receiving Reserve Intermediate Champion honors was Erin Leach with LC Success Abilene. Willow Voegtlen presented the banner, while consultan Sean Johnson and AJCA Executive Secretary present the Reserve Intermediate Champion trophy. Cal Graber, Junior Activies Chair offers congratulations.


Big Guns Andreas Vanish-ET owned by Sabrina Clark was named Junior Champion. Presenting the Sycamore Hill Farm & Gardens Trophy is AJCA President Jonathan Merriam. National Queen Lakaya Lyon presents the rosette while Scott Stanford presents the Junior Champion banner in memory of John and Charlotte Stiles. Meadowridge King Sunflower-ET and Alleah Anderson were named Reserve Junior Champion by judge Tammie Stiles Doran and consultant Sean Johnson. Donna Greiwe presents a trophy in memory of Kenneth Knoop. Willow Voegtlen presents the reserve rosette to Anderson.

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E-Hill Farms Trophy for Senior Champion, while “Lori J” received the Laurick Jerseys Trophy for Reserve Senior Champion. Taking home the title of Honorable Mention Senior Champion was Charlyn Tequila Ember, also exhibited by Grace Sauder. In choosing the Junior Champion heifers Doran said, “This has been an incredible heifer show, the quality all day has been tremendous from end-to-end.” “The heifer I am going with today is this beautiful summer yearling,” said Doran. “She has got so much style and balance and what a silky dairy hide.” Receiving the Sycamore Hill Farm and Gardens Trophy and the title of Junior Champion was Big Guns Andreas Vanish-

ET, exhibited by Sabrina Clark, Springville, Pa. “We aren’t taking anything away from the beautiful spring yearling that will be your reserve,” continued Doran. “They are two very similar heifers.” Meadowridge King Sunflower-ET, exhibited by Alleah Anderson, Cumberland, Wis., was named Reserve Junior Champion and received a trophy in honor of Kenneth Knoop. Beslea Vivitar Goblin, exhibited by Miles Price, Petaluma, Calif., was named Honorable Mention Junior Champion. Supreme Champions The Jersey breed continued its dominance of the show as “Holly” took home the championship over the six other breeds of dairy cattle exhibited. She was selected by the junior show judges of each breed and received a $2,000 cash award from

LC Success Abilene received a $500 cash award sponsored by Piedmont Jersey Farm as the Overall Premier Performance Cow of The All American Junior Jersey Show. Presenting the cash award to exhibitor Erin Leach are Junior Activities chair Cal Graber and AJCA President Jonathan Merriam. Western National Queen Kalli Corrick presents the trophy while Queen Lyon presented the banner.

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Supreme Champion Cow

Grace Sauder and SV Impression Holly-ET took home Supreme Champion cow of the junior dairy shows in Louisville, Ky. Sauder is pictured with representatives of the Kentucky Dairy Development Council and North American International Livestock Exposition.

the Kentucky Farm Bureau and the title of Supreme Champion. Sabrina Clark showed Big Guns Andreas Vanish-ET, to Reserve Supreme Champion heifer of the NAILE junior dairy shows. Other Awards LC Success Abilene and Leach earned the highest point total to win the Premier Performance Cow award. Sanders received a $500 cash award sponsored by Piedmont Jersey Farm, Corey and Bridgette Lutz, Lincolnton, N.C. Taking home reserve honors in the Premier Performance Class for the second consecutive year was Chilli Nitro Cabo exhibited by Grace Sauder. She received a $250 cash award sponsored by Endres Jazzy Jerseys, the David Endres Family, Lodi, Wis. Helping to round out the cash awards, the AJCA and Select Sires Inc., Plain City, Ohio, presented $50 cash

Grace Sauder accepted a $250 cash award for her Reserve Premier Performance cow, Chilli Nitro Cabo-ET, sponsored by Endres Jazzy Jerseys. Presenting the check are Junior Activities chair Cal Graber and AJCA President Jonathan Merriam. National Jersey Queen Lakaya Lyon presented the Endres Jazzy Jerseys Trophy to Sauder.

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Sabrina Clark and Big Guns Andreas Vanish-ET won Reserve Supreme Champion heifer of the NAILE junior dairy shows. She was presented the reserve rosette by members of the Kentucky Dairy Development Council.

Alan Chittenden and National Jersey Queen Lyon present the Dutch Hollow Trophy for best bred and owned animal of the show to CarlyO Tequila Always {4}-ET, bred and owned by Carly Olufs and shown by Nicole Sanders.

awards to the remaining participants. Fire-Lake Premier Meg, exhibited by Hannah Sanders, Hilmar, Calif., received the Sunbow Jerseys Trophy, sponsored by the Charles Steer Family, Cottage Grove, Tenn., for being the top producing cow based upon yield deviation for pounds of protein. Receiving the best bred and owned Dutch Hollow Farm Trophy was the Intermediate Champion—Carly-O Tequila Always {4}-ET—for her breeder Carly Olufs. Taking home the Premier Junior Breeder award was Eli Graybill, Freeport, Ill. Grace Sauder took the banner for Premier Junior Exhibitor of the show. Genex Cooperative Inc., Shawano, Wis., presented each class winner with a calf coat. Dutch Hollow Farm, Schodack Landing, N.Y., sponsored the best bred and owned award in each class. Barlass Jerseys, Janesville, Wis., gave an award for the best uddered cow in each class. Class awards for Yield Deviation Protein were sponsored by Waverly Farm, Clear Brook, Va.

er Carly Olufs. “She just has got such a beautiful frame,” said Doran. “She is tall. She is long. She is dairy and she has a mammary system that just sets her apart from the rest of the class.” The Reserve Junior All American Milking Yearling title was bestowed upon DKG Motion Shelby, shown by Garrett Hageman, Sidney, Ohio. “We love the beautiful uphill run on this second cow,” said Doran. “She has such straight lines and beautiful feet and legs, just not quite the rear udder to place above our first cow.” “Shelby” edged out Schulte Bros HG Griffen-ET owned by Alexandria Newbold, Sugarcreek, Ohio. “Griffen” received second best udder in the class of 12 milking yearlings.

Class Winners “What a pleasure it is to be here this morning and judge the national junior show,” said judge Tammie Stiles Doran. “This first class just kind of fell in place for Sean and I today.” Carly-O Tequila Always {4}-ET captured the attention of the judges as she went on to be named Intermediate Champion, best bred and owned of the show and was named best udder and first premier performance cow in the class for her own-

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Grace Fremstad, Westby, Wis., and her junior two-year-old, Milk & Honey Konspiracy Marylou, took home Junior All American honors and best udder in the class. “We started with a cow that really sorted herself to the top for us,” said Doran. “She is just a cow that doesn’t have any holes in her. We love the style and balance and that beautiful dairy frame which she complements with that beautiful mammary system.”

Hannah Sanders accepted the Sunbow Farms Trophy for the highest yield deviation protein cow in the show for Fire-Lake Premier Meg from Veronica Steer. Also pictured is National Jersey Queen Lyon.

Eli Graybill was named Premier Breeder of The All American Junior Show. He accepted his banner from National Jersey Queen Lakaya Lyon.

Grace Sauder was named Premier Exhibitor of The All American Junior Show. She accepted her banner from National Jersey Queen Lakaya Lyon.

Lordan HG Kapri was named Reserve Junior All American Junior Two-Year-Old and best bred and owned in the class for Emily Day, Silver Lake, Ind. “We moved this cow up in class,” said Doran. “We just loved how she held it together in line just a little bit better than the cow in third. She is harder over the top and fuller in the crops and blends more smoothly through her shoulders.” “Kapri” placed over Kilgus JV Glow (continued to page 52)

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shown by Carla Kilgus. Junior 2-yr.-old cow (15 shown) Sponsored by North Carolina Jersey Breeders Association 1. Milk & Honey Konspiracy Marylou, Grace Fremstad, Westby, Wis., 1st best udder, 2nd premier performance; 2. Lordan HG Kapri, Emily Day, Silver Lake, Ind., best bred and owned, 1st premier performance; 3. Kilgus JV Glow, Carla Kilgus, Fairbury, Ill.; 4. Rich Valley Gentry Mitzi 315, Brent L. Rocha, Tillamook, Ore.; 5. DKG Motion Jolly, Blake Kenneth Greiwe, Quincy, Ohio

“What another beautiful class in the ring,” Doran said of the 13 senior twoyear-olds. “We had two cows that came to the top for us.” LC Success Abilene took home Junior All American and best udder honors for her owner Erin Leach. She went on to be named Reserve Intermediate Champion and Overall Premier Performance Cow of the show. Finishing second was DKG Ritzs Relentless Sugar shown by Trevor Greiwe, Sidney, Ohio. “This first cow has been milking for a long time and has only had one calf, but for us she is the total package,” explained Doran. “She has got so much style and balance and has a mammary system that is just welded on.” “This second place cow has such show ring presence,” said Doran. “She has an incredible frame.” Finishing thrid was “the beautiful uddered” Meadowridge Granite Allia, exhibited by Alleah Anderson. Senior 2-yr.-old cow (13 shown) Sponsored by Golden Hill Genetics, Reedsburg, Wis. 1. LC Success Abilene (S: Buttercrest Success-ET, D: LC Governor Independence), Erin Leach, Linwood, Kan., res. int. champ., overall premier performance winner, 1st best udder, best bred and owned, protein yield deviation winner; 2. DKG Ritzs Relentless Sugar, Trevor Greiwe, Sidney, Ohio, 2nd premier performance; 3. Meadowridge Granite Allia, Alleah Anderson, Cumberland, Wis.; 4. Graybill Irresistible Indigo, Eli Graybill, Freeport, Ill.; 5. TJ/RV Getaway Vera 1587-ET, Allison Francis, Ansonia, Ohio

Sabrina Clark received the Gordon Farms Trophy for winning senior showmanship. Presenting her award were Abigail and Kaitlyn Gordon. Dean Dohle served as judge for the class.

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“When this class came out there were two cows that came right to the top for us,” said Doran. “For me it came down to this first cow as she leads out. She has so much show ring presence and style and balance from end-to-end.” Taking Junior All American honors in the junior three-year-old class was Klinedell Tequila Janice, bred and owned by Jacob D. Kline, Myerstown, Pa. She was also the best udder and premier performance cow for the class. “The beautiful shape to her mammary system is what carries her over the cow in second,” continued Judge Doran. “The cow in second is beautiful, so tall and long. She also has a lot of angularity and openness.” Placing second was Reich-Dale Vaden Soarin, owned by Skyler Reichard, Chambersburg, Pa. Following her in third was J-Kay Virtuoso Felicity owned by Matthew Richards, Urbana, Ohio. Junior 3-yr.-old cow (9 shown) Sponsored by Indiana Jersey Cattle Club 1. Klinedell Tequila Janice, Jacob D. Kline, Myerstown, Pa., 1 st best udder, best bred and owned, 1 st premier performance; 2. Reich-Dale Vaden Soarin, Skyler Reichard, Chambersburg, Pa., 2nd premier performance; 3. J-Kay Virtuoso Felicity, Matthew Richards, Urbana, Ohio; 4. WF Verdict A La Mode, Regan L. Jackson, Clear Brook, Va.; 5. Meadowridge Kasanova Sara, Emma Anderson, Cumberland, Wis. Protein yield deviation winner—River Valley Chrome Marmadaisy, Hannah Hurst, Waynesville, Ohio, 8th in class

Taking home All American and best udder honors from the class of eight senior three-year-olds was Charlyn Tequila Ember, shown by Grace Sauder. Following her as Reserve All American Senior Three-Year-Old Cow was Green Diamond Comerica Valarie-ET owned by Brent L. Rocha, Tillamook, Ore. “This first cow came to the top of the class for us with that beautiful dairy form,

Cindy Howman presented the Becky Boltmann Memorial Trophy to Grant Dohle as the winner of the intermediate showmanship class. Eric Topp judged the class.

beautiful long lean head and neck and she compliments that with a deep body with beautiful sweep to the rib,” said Judge Doran of her winner. “It is that beautiful long clean head and neck and depth of body that carries her over the real dairy cow in second.” Placing third was the overall yield deviation winner of the show, Fire-Lake Premier Meg, exhibited by Hannah Sanders. Senior 3-yr.-old cow (8 shown) Sponsored by Wisconsin Junior Jersey Breeders Association 1. Charlyn Tequila Ember, Grace Sauder, 1st best udder, 2nd premier performance; 2. Green Diamond Comerica Valarie-ET, Brent L. Rocha; 3. Fire-Lake Premier Meg, Hannah Sanders, Turlock, Calif., 1st premier performance, overall protein yield deviation winner; 4. Kilgus Vitality Coconut, Carla Kilgus; 5. DKG Tequila Lilac, Lane Randall Greiwe, Quincy, Ohio, best bred and owned

Chilli Nitro Cabo-ET took home Junior All American honors in the four-year-old class for Grace Sauder. Following her in second was K&M Tequila Galalee-ET, owned by Carla Kilgus. “As this class leads out, we have two cows that sorted to the top for us,” said Doran. “This first cow is just a touch longer and cleaner and has more breed character in the front end. We prefer her style and balance today.” “Not to take anything away from the second cow,” continued Doran. “We love the depth of body and the frame on this cow. She is a cow that has such beautiful height and width to that rear udder.” Following in third was Sunrise Vindication Sunup shown by Natalie Berry, Sherwood, Ore. Thirteen cows competed for the Junior All American title in this class. 4-yr.-old cow (13 shown) Sponsored by Ohio Jersey Breeders Association 1. Chilli Nitro Cabo-ET, Grace Sauder, 1st best udder, 1st premier performance, protein yield deviation winner; 2. K&M (continued to page 54)

Emma Anderson was selected as the winner of junior showmanship by Judge Kevin Williams. Jenny Luchsinger Gordon and daughters Abigail and Kaitlyn presented the Fred Luchsinger Memorial Trophy.

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All American Junior Show (continued from page 52) Tequila Galalee-ET, Carla Kilgus, 2nd premier performance; 3. Sunrise Vindication Sunup, Natalie Berry, Sherwood, Ore.; 4. Spring Moon Governor Grace, Grant Haven Dohle, Half Way, Mo.; 5. Kilgus Irwin Ethel, Carla Kilgus Best bred and owned—Smokin Hot Light The Lamp, Austin T. Nauman, Norwalk, Wis., 7th in class

“What an amazing class of cows from end-to-end,” said Doran. “We are splitting hairs between first and second and they are a pair we just cannot separate.” The class of eight cows boasted the eventual Senior and Grand Champion cows—SV Impression Holly-ET and Windy Willow Impression Lori J—for owners Grace Sauder and Natalie Berry. “We gave the advantage to the cow in first as she has a little more flex in her hock today,” explained Doran. “She just moves a little more freely around the ring. “The cow in second is a little harder over the top and just a little stronger over that topline,” said Doran. “Just an incredible pair of cows to place today.” The pair was followed by last year’s Junior National Grand Champion, ReichDale Vaden Strollin, bred and owned by Hayden Reichard, Chambersburg, Pa.

LC Success Abilene Senior two-year-old, YD Protein Award Erin Leach, Kan.

River Valley Chrome Marmadaisy Junior three-year-old, YD Protein Award Allison Foster, Wis.; Hannah Hurst, Ohio

Abby Shaw, Sydney Brady and Maggie Laprise

Fire-Lake Premier Meg Senior three-year-old, YD Protein Award Kalli Corrick, Ore. • Hannah Sanders, Calif.

Chilli Nitro Cabo-ET Four-year-old, YD Protein Award Grace Sauder, Ill. Aspen Silva, Calif. • Allison Foster, Wis.

5-yr.-old cow (8 shown) Sponsored by Stoney Point Farm, John and Julie Mayer, Taneytown, Md. 1. SV Impression Holly-ET (S: Rock Ella Impression-ET, D: Pleasant Valley Prime Heather), Grace Sauder, sr., gr. and sup. champ., 1st best udder, 1st premier performance; 2. Windy Willow Impression Lori J (S: Rock Ella Impression-ET, D: Windy Willow Governor Lady June), Natalie Berry, res. sr. and res. gr. champ., 2nd premier performance; 3. Reich-Dale Vaden Strollin, Hayden Reichard, Chambersburg, Pa., best bred and owned, 4. LC Valentino Clover, Sophie Leach, Linwood, Kan.; 5. Laguna Hired Gun Joanne-ET, Brent L. Rocha, protein yield deviation winner

“What a solid group of cows out here from end-to-end,” said Doran of the seven aged cows. “There wasn’t one cow that jumped to the top, but we came up with a cow that has all the right pieces and puts them together for us today.” Reich-Dale Action Survivor-ET, owned by Skyler Reichard, took home the Junior All American Aged Cow honors. “She has style. She has balance. She has a mammary system that just doesn’t have any holes in it,” explained Doran. “She is a cow when you piece it all together, she is clearly a winner for us today.” We give the second place cow the advantage today over third in being a little smoother in that fore udder attachment,” continued Doran. “They are very similar made cows, big, tall, open and angular.” Placing second was Golden Gammon Frivolous, shown by Andrew Dowty of Goshen, Ind. She was followed by Meadowridge Jackknife Summer, shown by Alleah Anderson. Aged cow (7 shown) 1. Reich-Dale Action Survivor-ET, Skyler Reichard, 1st best udder, 2nd premier performance; 2. Golden Gammon Frivolous, Andrew Dowty, Goshen, Ind.; 3. Meadowridge Jackknife Summer, Alleah Anderson; 4. Ahlem Celebrity Ruth

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Laguna Hired Gun Joanne-ET Five-year-old, YD Protein Award Kalli Corrick, Ore. • Brent Rocha, Ore. 34728, Carla Kilgus, 1st premier performance, protein yield deviation winner; 5. Smokin Hot Lovely Rendition, Austin T. Nauman, best bred and owned

The Heifers “This is a super class of spring calves to start out the heifer portion of the Jersey show with today,” said Doran of the class of 20 calves. “We had a calf that really sorted herself quite easily to the top for us. She just kind of ran away with the class for us. There is so much more heifer there.” Meadowridge Bang Bang Sunshine, owned by Emma Anderson, Cumberland, Wis., took home the All American honors. Tierneys Andreas Lorina, exhibited by Kathryn Bosley, Malone, N.Y., was named Reserve Junior All American Junior Calf. “We love the silky hide and the ring presence that this second calf has, she just doesn’t have the front end to compete with the heifer above her,” continued Doran. Following in third was the best bred and owned calf in the class, Bolle-Acres Andreas Passion, shown by Lane Bollen-

Ahlem Celebrity Ruth 34728 Aged Cow, YD Protein Award Willow Voegtlen, Wis. • Carla Kilgus, Ill.

bacher, Argos, Ind. Junior heifer calf (20 shown) Sponsored by Pennsylvania Jersey Cattle Association 1. Meadowridge Bang Bang Sunshine, Emma Anderson; 2. Tierneys Andreas Lorina, Kathryn Bosley, Malone, N.Y.; 3. Bolle-Acres Andreas Passion, Lane Bollenbacher, best bred and owned; 4. Hol-Gem Velocity Nebraska, Elizabeth G. Sutton, Sun City, Fla.; 5. LC Venom Rampage, Erin Leach

Winning the class of 23 intermediate heifer calves was Wingerts Roman Daphne, bred and owned by Jazmin L. Wingert, Kent, Ill. “It came down to splitting hairs in this class,” said Doran in her reasons. “This first heifer is just so much taller and longer and is more heifer from end-to-end. She has so much breed character about her head and neck over the beautiful framed heifer in second.” Placing second was Meadowridge Jax Blueberry, exhibited by Emma Anderson. “Second over third for us was also a close placing,” explained Doran. “But the second calf is stretchier, longer from endto-end, a beautiful wide rump and has that JERSEY JOURNAL


uphill run.” Following in third was the “stylish” Homeridge T Annette, exhibited by Samantha Pitterle, Watertown, Wis. Intermediate heifer calf (23 shown) 1. Wingerts Roman Daphne, Jazmin L. Wingert, Kent, Ill., best bred and owned; 2. Meadowridge Jax Blueberry, Emma Anderson; 3. Homeridge T Annette, Samantha Pitterle, Watertown, Wis.; 4. Edgebrook Jax Nola, Heather Schronce, Lawndale, Iowa; 5. Crossbrook-MDPride VIP Daysha-ET, Lane Riggleman, Jefferson, Md.

The Anderson sisters continued their All American run in the senior calf class as Meadowridge Jax Tulip, shown by Alleah, took home Junior All American honors. “The heifer leading out in first sorted herself to the top,” said Doran. “There isn’t a hole in her. You love the frame on her and she tracks out on an incredible set of feet and legs.” Taking Reserve Junior All American honors was Rosewood Applejack Lola, shown by Rose Thomas, New Paris, Ind. She was followed by DKG Ressurection Cameo, shown by Austin Blake Baker, Staley, N.C. “We switched second over third here at the end, as the second heifer has just a little more openness and spring to her rib and just a little more drop to the rib,” said Doran. “She just follows the first place calf nicely.” Senior heifer calf (28 shown) Sponsored by Tennessee Junior Jersey Cattle Club 1. Meadowridge Jax Tulip, Alleah Anderson; 2. Rosewood Applejack Lola, Rose Thomas, New Paris, Ind.; 3. DKG Ressurection Cameo, Austin Blake Baker, Staley, N.C.; 4. Kilgus Metallica Marsha {5}-ET, Carla Kilgus, best bred and owned; 5. K&M Tequila Glenna-ET, Carla Kilgus

“What a fun class of summer yearlings for us to judge,” said Judge Doran of the 19 heifers. “When Sean and I saw this first heifer walk in, I think we both knew she was going to walk away with the class.” “She has style. She has balance. She wanted to win today,” continued Doran. “We love the hide on the heifer, the openness and spring to her rib and she flexes her hock a litte more than the beautiful heifer following her.” Winning the class was the future Junior Champion—Big Guns Andreas VanishET—shown by Sabrina Clark. She was followed by Schulte Bros Teq Dora-ET, exhibited by Jared Dickman, Lanark, Ill. “This second heifer pairs well with the first heifer to start this class,” said Doran. Placing third was Bolle-Acres Gentry Lora, shown by Lane Bollenbacher and was best bred and owned in class. Summer yearling heifer (19 shown) Sponsored by Spruce Row Farm, Meadville, Pa. 1. Big Guns Andreas Vanish-ET (S: Sunset Canyon Andreas, D: Big Guns Jamaica Vanilla), Sabrina Clark, Springville, Pa., jr. and res. sup. jr. champ.; 2. Schulte Bros Teq Dora-ET, Jared Dickman, Lanark, Ill.; 3. Bolle-Acres Gentry Lora, Lane Bollenbacher, best bred and owned; 4. Klinedell TL Jump The Ring-ET, Colin Lentz, Lebanon, Pa.; 5. Lost-Elm Tequila Cael, Alexa Albrecht, Fond Du Lac, Wis.

Topping the class of 23 junior yearlings (continued to page 57)

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March 1 Deadline for Production Contests

Entries are due no later than March 1 for the Living Lifetime Production Contest and the National Jersey Youth Production Contest. To be eligible for the Living Lifetime Production Contest, cows must be alive as of December 31, 2018, with either minimum production credits on DHIR test of 225,000 lbs. milk, 10,000 lbs. fat, and 8,000 lbs. protein. To enter the contest, submit a DHI cow page with lifetime production credits for each animal nominated to Erick Metzger, Herd Services Manager at the AJCA office, 6486 E. Main St., Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068-2362. Entries may also be faxed to his attention at 614/861-8040. Entries are also due March 1 for Page 56

the National Jersey Youth Production Contest. Contestants between the ages of 9 and 19 on January 1, 2018, are eligible if they are the recorded owner of the cow on or before her freshening date. Registered Jerseys completting DHIR or DHIA records of 305-days or less between January 1, 2018, and December 31, 2018, may be entered. Call the Development Department for entry forms at 614/322-4456. The form is also available from the USJersey website.

Shenandoah Jerseys The Tracy Stiles Family Janet Stiles Fulton JR and Jessica Stiles Hess

18848 Printz Road, Boonsboro, MD 21713 301/582-2178 • shenjers@gmail.com

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and taking home Junior All American honors was Meadowridge King Sunflower-ET, owned by Alleah Anderson. “Sunflower” went on to be named Reserve Junior Champion of the junior show. “The heifer in first has so much style and balance and strong show ring presence,” said Doran. “She has a beautiful uphill run and feet and legs to compliment all that. It is her hardness over the top that carries her over the second place heifer.” Taking Reserve Junior All American honors was Nobledale Fizz Fanta, exhibited by Landree Fraley, Muncy, Pa. Depth of body carried “Fanta” over RV/ TJ Andreas Vera 5058-ET, shown by Shelby Rader, Ansonia, Ohio. Junior yearling heifer (23 shown) Sponsored by Kentucky Jersey Cattle Club 1. Meadowridge King Sunflower-ET (S: Meadowridge K Tel King, D: Meadowridge Mac Spring), Alleah Anderson, res. jr. champ.; 2. Nobledale Fizz Fanta, Landree Fraley, Muncy, Pa.; 3. RV/TJ Andreas Vera 5058-ET, Shelby Rader, Ansonia, Ohio; 4. Graybill Colton Kate, Eli Graybill, best bred and owned; 5. JX BYG RT Winta {4}, Matt Brior, Churubusco, N.Y.

Miles Price, Petaluma, Calif., and his winning heifer, Beslea Vivitar Goblin, took Junior All American Winter Yearling honors in the class of 16 heifers. Budjon-Vail HP Tequila Madra-ET, shown by Grant Haven Dohle, Half Way, Mo., took home Reserve Junior All American honors. “What a great class of winter yearlings from one end to the other. Just super heifers,” complimented Judge Doran. “We are giving the grey heifer the advantage today as she tracks out a little more freely on those rear legs. She is more comfortable in that hock. “In second over third, it is just the beautiful style and balance and that hard top on the second heifer,” continued Doran. Finishing third in the class was LostElm Tequila Skydome, shown by Kylie Nickles, Watertown, Wis. Winter yearling heifer (16 shown) Sponsored by Ohio Junior Jersey Breeders Association 1. Beslea Vivitar Goblin, Miles Price, Petaluma, Calif.; 2. Budjon-Vail HP Tequila Madra-ET, Grant Haven Dohle; 3. Lost-Elm Tequila Skydome, Kylie Nickels, Watertown, Wis.; 4. Meadowridge Fizz Sparkle-ET, Cole Kruse, Manchester, Iowa; 5. SVHeaths Colton Judith, Chloe Vander Eyk, Tipton, Calif. Best bred and owned—Brandenburg Impress Definte-ET, Olivia Brandenburg, Fort Atkinson, Wis., 8th in class State herd (9 shown) 1. Illinois and Pennsylvania (tie); 3. California and Wisconsin (tie); 5. Ohio

Showmanship Fifty-three youth competed to earn the honors as top showman in their division. Judges for the event were: Kevin Williams, McConnelsville, Ohio, junior showmanship; Eric Topp, Botkins, Ohio, intermediate showmanship; and Dean Dohle, Half Way, Mo., senior showmanship. Winning the three divisions this year were: Sabrina Clark won senior showmanJANUARY 2019

ship; Grant Dohle was the winner of the intermediate division; and Emma Anderson topped the the junior division. A framed print of Wide Load Ahead was presented to the individual showmanship winner for each division. Also presented was the Gordon Farms Trophy to the senior showmanship winner; the Becky Boltmann Memorial Trophy to the intermediate showmanship winner; and the Fred Luchsinger Memorial Trophy to the winner of the junior showmanship contest. The American Jersey Cattle Association sponsored the second through fifth place awards in each class.

Senior showmanship (21 shown) 1. Sabrina Clark; 2. Erin Leach; 3. Cole Kruse; 4. Jared Dickman; 5. Olivia Brandenburg Intermediate showmanship (20 shown) 1. Grant Dohle; 2. Garrett Hageman; 3. Addison Raber, Waldo, Ill.; 4. Lane Greiwe; 5. Alleah Anderson Junior showmanship (12 shown) 1. Emma Anderson; 2. Grant Roadcap, Scottsville, Ky.; 3. Regan Johnson, Northwood, N.H.; 4. Gwen Schindel, Springfield, Ohio

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Popular Pedigrees High Sellers at Pot O’Gold Sale

hirty-six juniors from fourteen states capitalized on opportunity to purchase top-quality Registered Jersey genetics at the 61st Pot O’Gold Sale on November 3, 2018. The 10 bred heifers, nine open yearlings and 17 heifer calves consigned to the sale sold for an average of $2,733.33 and a gross of $98,400. Sale Analysis

Number

Avg. Price Total Value

10 Bred heifers 9 Open yearlings 17 Heifer calves

$2,780.00 1,955.56 3,117.65

$27,800 17,600 53,000

36 Lots edian price M

$2,733.33 $2,000.00

$98,400

Sale Management: Jersey Marketing Service Auctioneer: Seth Andrews

The event is one of the eagerly-anticipated highlights of Junior Day at the All American in Louisville, Ky., sandwiched between the All American Junior Jersey Show in the morning and the Junior Banquet in the evening. The sale kicks off the 2021 Pot O’Gold Production Contest for heifers purchased through the event. Seventeen percent of the gross—$16,728—will be set aside for the contest. Prizes will be awarded to owners of the 22 heifers that complete the highest first lactation records as ranked by total product value. The winner will

receive a check in the amount of $3,011.04 (18% of the pot). Second place will earn $1,923.72 (11.5% of the pot). Third will receive $1,338.24 (8% of the pot). Jack Swanson of Hilmar, Calif., outlasted his peers in a bidding war to purchase the high seller, JX Avi-Lanche Bltzar Blitzen 18989 {6}, for $7,000. The daughter of JX Ahlem Harris Baltazar {5}-ET, GJPI +152, sold due to JX Avi-Lanche Luke Duke {3}ET, GJPI +181, in late April. She is from the “Blitzen” cow family developed by consignor D & E Jerseys of Dalhart, Texas. She sold with A.I. interest from ABS Global Inc., CRV and Semex. “Blitzen 18989 {6}” ranks on the list of the Top 500 Heifers for GJPI with an index of +186. She has GPTAs of +1,539M, +69F and +57P and is +5.0 for Productive Life (PL). Her dam, sired by All Lynns Legal Volcano-ET, GJPI +139, ranks among the top 1.5% for GJPI with an index of +155 and has an m.e. of 25,119–1,219–870 on her first lactation at 1-8. Her grandam is a Very Good-83% daughter of Waunakee Legal Perform, GJPI +86, with a three lactation m.e. average of 22,800–1,114– 862. Her third dam, D&E Merchant Blitzen 21001, Excellent-91%, has an m.e. average of 20,869–1,020–773 on three lactations. She has four Excellent daughters, all with


JX Avi-Lanche Bltzar Blitzen 18989 {6} was the high seller, purchased for $7,000 by Jack Swanson, represented by AJCA Director of Field Services Kristin Paul, second left. She was consigned by D&E Jerseys, represented by Alex Steer, genetics manager for the dairy, right. Also pictured are 2017 National Jersey Queen Lakaya Lyon, left, Jaylin Dilsaver, at the halter, and Greg Lavan, JMS Manager, and Seth Andrews, auctioneer, in the box.

top records over 21,000 lbs. milk, including D&E Hyatt Blitzen 21548, Excellent-93%, with 28,198 lbs. milk, 1,168 lbs. fat and 943 lbs. protein at 6-10. Her Very Good-87% fourth dam has seven lactations and a best record of 5-6 294 21,010 4.3% 903 3.8% 794 101DCR. Her Very Good-84% fifth dam has eight lactations, half over 21,000 lbs. milk, 850 lbs. fat and 720 lbs. protein. Robert Graves, Dundas, Ill., purchased another one of the consignments who sold with A.I. interest from CRV and Semex. He secured JX Jer-Z-Boyz Got Maid 61357 {6} with a winning bid of $6,200―the second-high price of the day. The full-age junior calf is sired by JX Sunset Canyon Got Maid {5}-ET, GJPI +184. She has GPTAs of +728M, +70F and +47 and is +1.5 for Type. Her GJPI of +182 ranks among the top 500 for genotyped heifers. Her dam is a Very Good-82% daughter of Rowleys 11 Visionary Chili-ET, GJPI +154, with a GJPI of +130. Her Excellent-90% grandam, sired by Jer-Z-Boyz Credibull {6}-P-ET, GJPI +135, has a two lactation m.e. average of 20,884―994―801. She ranked among the top 1.5% for genetic merit on sale day and today has a GJPI of +139. The next dam is sired by Sunset Canyon Medalist-ET, GJPI +89. “Got Maid 61357 {5}” was consigned by Jer-Z-Boyz of Pixley, Calif. Austin Haywood, Hastings, Mich., chose the third high seller, JX Dodan LH Future Trifecta {4}-ET, for $5,100. The February 2018 daughter of JX Faria Brothers Future {3}-ET, GJPI +152, sold with A.I. interest from Semex. She has GPTAs of +801M, +65F and +40P and is +148 for GJPI and +1.7 for Type. She is from the same lineage as Tollenaar Impuls Louie 260-ET, GJPI

Robert “Bobby” Graves, center, purchased the second high seller, JX Jer-Z-Boyz Got Maid 61357 {6}, for $6,200. She was consigned by Jer-Z-Boyz of Pixley, Calif. The junior calf sired by Sunset Canyon Got Maid {5}-ET was one of several to sell with A.I. interest. Also pictured are National Jersey Queen Lakaya Lyon, JMS Manager Greg Lavan and Seth Andrews.

also appraised Excellent. +46, the breed’s former #1 bull for JPI, and Her eighth dam, the previously traces eight generations back to Greenridge mentioned “Althea,” has lifetime credits FW Chief Althea-ET, Excellent-92%, of 217,972 lbs. milk, 10,060 lbs. fat runner-up in the 2000 Jersey Journal Great and 8,800 lbs. protein, a measure that Cow Contest. topped the 2000 Leading Living Lifetime Her dam, Dodan LH Chili Tilly-ET, Very Production Contest for protein. In all, she Good-83%, ranks among the top 1.5% has more than 90 Excellent and 530 Very genotyped cows with a GJPI of +139. Good descendants and numerous other She has a two lactation m.e. average of descendants in A.I. sampling programs. 27,146–1,499–1,069. Her Very Good “Trifecta {4}” was consigned by the 88% grandam, sired by Sunset Canyon partnership of D & D Jerseys and Lloyd Dignitary-ET, GJPI +82, has a three Heinz, Newton, Wis. lactation m.e. average of 27,008–1,371– A pair of juniors from Hilmar purchased 1,064. She has seven Very Good or two heifers that sold for the fourth high Excellent maternal sisters, two ranked on price of the day―$5,000. Both heifers are the top genetic lists. One of her maternal sired by River Valley Circus Craze-ET, sisters, Dodan LH Visionary Tessa, GJPI +174, and sold with A.I. interest Excellent-90%, has 28,710 lbs. milk, 1,344 from Semex. Cameron Swanson chose lbs. fat and 1,048 lbs. protein at 3-2. the second youngest of the day’s offering, The third dam of “Trifecta {4}” is a (continued to page 60) Very Good-83% daughter of Schultz Rescue Headline, GJPI +58, with an m.e. average of 30,211―1,329―1,086 on four lactations. The fourth dam, Tollenaar Impuls 3 2 2 0 - E T, Ve r y Good-88%, is a full sister to “Louie.” She has a best record of 2-10 305 25,370 7.0% 1,775 3.6% 922 92DCR. Her Excellent-91% fifth dam has 30,530 lbs. milk, 1,720 lbs. The third high seller, JX Dodan LH Future Trifecta {4}-ET, was fat and 1,251 lbs. purchased by Austin Haywood for $5,100. She was consigned by D & protein at 4-3. The D Jerseys and Lloyd Heinz. Also pictured are Queen Lyon and Lavan next two dams are and Andrews, in the box.


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JX Piedmont Rvale Craze Starlet {6}, a “Craze” daughter who will celebrate her first birthday in early March 2019. She has GPTAs of +885M, +39F and +27P and a GJPI of +151. She is +1.1 for Daughter Pregnancy Rate (DPR), +2.5 for Cow Conception Rate (CCR), +2.3 for Heifer Conception Rate (HCR) and +2.5 for Livability. Her dam appraised Excellent-90% at 2-8 and has an m.e. of 24,174–1,130–837 on her first lactation. In her second lactation, the daughter of JX Denkel Rowleys V Jumbo 2114 {4}-ET, GJPI +114, has a herdmate deviation of +3,793M, +165F and +158P and is projected to 22,661 lbs. milk, 1,127 lbs. fat and 823 lbs. protein actual as a senior two-year-old. Her grandam is sired by Heartland Merchant Topeka-ET, GJPI +40. Her Very Good-84% third dam has an m.e. of 18,341– 943–691 on her first lactation. Her Very Good-88% fourth dam has a five lactation m.e. average of 20,144–955–725. The next seven dams are Very Good or Excellent and have at least four complete lactations. “Starlet {6}” was consigned by Rosevale Jerseys, Gambier, Ohio. Camille Herrera chose the other $5,000-priced heifer, Forest Glen Crazy Francine. The December 2017 “Craze” daughter has GJPIs of +1,023M, +37F and +38P. She is +2.1 for DPR, +2.1 for CCR, +1.8 for HCR and +149 for GJPI. Her dam is a Very Good-81% daughter of Sweetie Plus Iatolas Bold {5}, GJPI +76, with an m.e. of 17,756–875–653 on her first lactation. Her Very Good-88% grandam, sired by Sun Valley Impuls Jupiter, GJPI +59, has a best record of 3-10 23,980 4.4% 1,052 3.5% 840 98DCR. Her third dam is appraised Very Good-80% and has a four lactation m.e. average of 17,466–874–661. Her Very Good-86% fourth dam has seven lactations—four over 20,000 lbs. milk— and a best record of 7-4 305 3x 24,070 4.3% 1,029 3.4% 823 97DCR. Her fifth dam has a three lactation m.e. average of 20,190–858–681. Her sixth dam is Very Good-89% and has a best record of 3-2 293 21,160 4.5% 957 3.6% 772 DHIR. The next dam is Very Good-85%. “Francine” was consigned by De Groot Dairy Farms, Hanford, Calif. Other juniors who made purchases at the 61st Pot O’Gold Sale were: Sammy Allen, Reedsburg, Wis.; Jacob Bohnert, East Moline, Ill.; Renee Lydia Bok, Defiance, Ohio; Kirsten Boreman, West Salem, Ohio; Lilly Boreman, West Salem, Ohio; Jace Briggs, Campbellsville, Ky.; Korri Ann Briggs, Campbellsville, Ky.; Jonathan S. Chittenden, Schodack Landing, N.Y.; Page 60

Lydia Chittenden, Schodack Landing, N.Y.; Zachary Chittenden, Schodack Landing, N.Y.; Austin Dizek, Hadley, Mass.; Henry Dizek, Hadley, Mass.; Tucker Evans, Chester, S.C.; Chelsie Fuller, Newark Valley, N.Y.; Devin Haywood, Hastings, Mich.; Ela May Hebgen, De Forest, Wis.; Ava G. Hebgen, De Forest, Wis.; Clayton Kirchdoerfer, Cape Girardeau, Mo.; Brynn Marie Lavan, Gambier, Ohio; Hobbs Lutz, Chester, S.C.; Ryan Mattingly Jr., Fresno, Calif.; Alisa L. Mercuro, Woodsboro, Md.; Nathan Merriam, Hickman, Calif.; Jiah Riniker, Farley, Iowa; Coltan Owen Seals, Beaver, Ore.; Joshua Seals, Tillamook, Ore.; Tyler Seals, Tillamook, Ore.; Savanna R. Semrad, Crescent, Okla.; Grace and Kacie Wolf, Defiance, Ohio; Jack Zina, Hadley, Mass.; and Sofia Zina, Hadley, Mass. Sales $3,200 and Over

(Consignors in Parentheses) Jack Swanson, Hilmar, Calif. JX Avi-Lanche Bltzar Blitzen 18989 {6}, bred heifer 14 mos. ................................................................................ $7,000 (D & E Jerseys, Dalhart, Texas) Robert Graves, Dundas, Ill. JX Jer-Z-Boyz Got Maid 61357 {6}, heifer calf 10 mos..6,200 (Jer-Z-Boyz, Pixley, Calif.) Austin Haywood, Hastings, Mich. JX Dodan LH Future Trifecta {4}-ET, heifer calf 8 mos.. 5,100 (D & D Jerseys and Lloyd Heinz, Newton, Wis.) Camille Herrera, Hilmar, Calif. Forest Glen Crazy Francine, heifer calf 11 mos............. 5,000 (De Groot Dairy Farms, Hanford, Calif.) Cameron Swanson, Hilmar, Calif. JX Piedmont Rvale Craze Starlet {6}, heifer calf 7 mos. .................................................................................. 5,000 (Rosevale Jerseys, Gambier, Ohio) Ava G. Hebgen, De Forest, Wis. Dutch Hollow WC Dianthus {6}, open yearling 12 mos. .................................................................................. 4,200 (Karin C. Couch, Schodack Landing, N.Y.) Henry Dizek, Hadley, Mass. Her-Man Disco Sultry, heifer calf 10 mos....................... 4,000 (Herby and Amanda Lutz, Chester, S.C.) Alisa L. Mercuro, Woodsboro, Md. MHF Disco Dancer, heifer calf 8 mos............................ 4,000 (Neal Smith, Reynoldsburg, Ohio) Devin Haywood, Hastings, Mich. Yosemite Lemonhead Marcin 37597, heifer calf 11 mos. .................................................................................. 3,800 (Yosemite Jersey Dairy, Hilmar, Calif.) Clayton Kirchdoerfer, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Clemson Disco 2257 725, open yearling 12 mos.......... 3,800 (Clemson University/Dairy Farm, Clemson, S.C.) Sammy Allen, Reedsburg, Wis. Bohnerts Disco Amy, heifer calf 10 mos........................ 3,700 (Bohnert Jerseys, East Moline, Ill.) Hobbs Lutz, Chester, S.C. All Lynns Slugger Wrinkle-P, open yearling 12 mos....... 3,400 (Tommy Allen, Reedsburg, Wis.) Ela May Hebgen, De Forest, Wis. JX Sunset Canyon GM Maid 3083 {6}-ET, heifer calf 10 mos................................................................................. 3,200 (Eric L. Silva, Beaver, Ore.)

2018 Annual Meeting Hosts Contribute To Research, Youth Funds

Contributions to four research and youth funds managed by the American Jersey Cattle Association have been received from the hosts of the 150th Annual Meeting of the American Jersey Cattle Association, held June 27 to 30, 2018 in Canton, Ohio. General chairs of AJCA 2018 Convention—Ohio were William Grammer, Sebring, Ohio, and Thomas Noyes, Creston, Ohio, who worked with a team of Jersey breeders largely from the northern part of the state to plan and host the AJCA and NAJ Annual Meetings. Attendees were joined for those meetings by 95 delegates to the 21st International Conference of the World Jersey Cattle Bureau. A Dean-level contribution of $5,000 was received for Jersey Youth Academy, created in 2008 by the AJCA Board of Directors to attract, educate and retain talented young people for careers in the Jersey dairy business. The program will conduct its sixth class July 14-19 this year, with all participant and program costs paid by the Academy endowment. A gift of $5,000 was sent for the Maurice E. Core Jersey Youth Fund, along with $4,000 for the AJCC Research Foundation and $2,000 for the Charlene Nardone National Jersey Queen Fund. Contributions to educational and research funds managed by the American Jersey Cattle Association are exempt from Federal income taxes under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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The Madson Farms Complete Herd Dispersal was held on April 13, 2018, at the farm in Oconto, Wis. The 98 lots of Registered Jerseys sold for an average of $1,400.51 and a gross of $137,250. Mark and Cindy Madson and their family have been milking a mixed herd of Jerseys and Holsteins since 2004 on a farm that has been in his family for three generations. They made the decision to disperse the herd to spend more time traveling and with their five children and 11 grandchildren. In all, 379 lots of Jerseys and Holsteins sold for an average of $1,394. Milking cows and fancy pedigrees commanded top dollars all day. The Jerseys were led by the group of 50 cows that sold for an average of $1,545 and accounted for 17 of the 20 high sellers. Derek Wilterdink, Sheboygan Falls, Wis., the volume Jersey buyer, purchased the high seller, Okato Jordache Faylynn, for $3,100. The junior three-year-old is sired by Sunset Canyon Jordache-ET, GJPI +58, and appraised Very Good-88%. She sold a JANUARY 2019

Sale Analysis

Number

Avg. Price Total Value

50 Cows, two years and over 9 under 3 mos., s.w.d. 19 Bred heifers 12 Open yearlings 15 Heifer calves 1 Embryo package

$1,545.00 $137,250 580.56 5,225 1,222.37 23,225 1,158.33 13,900 1,136.67 17,050 100.00 100

98 Lots Median price

$1,400.51 $137,250 $1,275.00

Sale Management: Courtney Sales LLC Auctioneer: Scott Courtney

month fresh with her second calf and has an m.e. of 17,560–933–609 on her first lactation. Her grandam is an Excellent-90% daughter of SHF Centurion Sultan, GJPI +1, with an m.e. average of 17,639–837– 627 on four records. Her third dam is a Very Good-87% daughter of Forest Glen Avery Action-ET, GJPI +16. The next three dams are also appraised Very Good. Chloe L. Kinnard, Casco, Wis., placed the final bid of $2,725 on the second high seller, Okato Ares Vivid. Like the high seller, the Excellent-90% daughter of BW

Ares, GJPI +40, sold a month fresh with her second calf. She is backed by six Very Good or Excellent dams. Her dam is a Very Good-85% daughter of Griffens Governor-ET, GJPI -52. Her grandam, sired by Select -Scot Whist Maestro-ET, GJPI -16, is appraised Very Good-88%. Her Excellent-91% third dam, sired by Bancrest Lester Avery, GJPI -2, has a seven lactation m.e. average of 16,616– 756–579. Her Very Good-88% fourth dam has six lactations and a best record of 3-10 305 20,270 4.6% 938 3.4% 690 93DCR. The next dam is appraised Excellent-90% and has a pair of records over 18,700 lbs. milk, 725 lbs. fat and 585 lbs. protein. In all, Wilterdink purchased 47 Jersey lots for $75,725. Evan Jaquet, Pulaski, Wis., purchased the third high seller, Okato Casino Penny, for $2,500. The senior calf is sired by Elliotts Regency Casino-ET, GJPI +129, and backed by nine Very Good or Excellent dams. Her Excellent-90% dam, sired by Guimo Joel-ET, GJPI -35, has an m.e. of 17,921– 814–615 on her first lactation. Her grandam, (continued to page 62)

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Okato Iatola Pastel, Excellent-93%, has eight lactations and a best record of 6-11 305 21,430 4.7% 1,011 3.5% 741 97DCR. Her Very Good-80% third dam has an m.e. average of 21,560–918–693 on two lactations. “Penny’s” fourth dam, Elliotts Saturn Primrose, Excellent-93%, has 26,180 lbs. milk, 1,194 lbs. fat and 830 lbs. protein at 7-4. Her fifth dam, Piedmont DC Prim, Excellent-91%, has seven lactations—four of them over 20,000 lbs. milk—and a best record of 6-8 305 23,030 4.0% 925 3.3% 771 97DCR. Her Excellent-92% sixth dam has an m.e. average of 19,251–840–677 on eight lactations. Her seventh dam is Piedmont Prim Miss, Very Good-88%, with 13 complete lactations. Derek Wilterkink took home the fourth high seller, Okato Regency Kelsey, as well with a winning bid of $2,400. The Very Good-86% first-calf heifer is sired by TJF Visionary Regency, GJPI +130, and backed by seven Very Good or Excellent dams. She sold fresh in early February. Her dam is a Very Good-87% daughter of Silver Spring Belmont, GJPI -4, with 18,200 lbs. milk, 938 lbs. fat and 681 lbs. protein

Okato Samson Patricia, cow 4 yrs. ............................... 2,200 Okato Colton Emmy Jo, cow 2 yrs. ............................... 2,000 Okato Jordache Jenna, cow 3 yrs. ................................ 1,900 Okato Charlemagne Folly, cow 2 yrs. ........................... 1,800 Okato Oliver Fashion, cow 3 yrs. .................................. 1,800 Okato Fastrack Fresca, cow 2 yrs. ................................ 1,800 JX Okato Jumbo Bonita {5}, cow 2 yrs. ......................... 1,800 Okato Galvanize Poptart, cow 3 yrs. ............................. 1,800 Okato Mackenzie Biscuit, cow 2 yrs. ............................. 1,725 Okato Galahad Basil, heifer calf 10 mos. ...................... 1,700 Okato Barnabas Perky, cow 2 yrs. ................................ 1,650 Okato Fastrack Buttercup, cow 2 yrs. ........................... 1,600 Okato Genominator Ellen, cow 2 yrs. ........................... 1,600 Okato Jordache Brylee, cow 3 yrs. ............................... 1,600 Okato Regency Pixy, bred heifer 19 mos. ..................... 1,550 Okato Region Gianna, cow 6 yrs. ................................. 1,550 Okato Comanche Blossom, heifer calf 9 mos. .............. 1,525 Okato Panetta Tahiti, cow 2 yrs. .................................... 1,525 Jena and Emma Schoneck, Marion, Wis. Okato Margarita, open yearling 13 mos. ....................... 2,150 Steve Brye, Coleman, Wis. Okato Irwin Fenella, cow 4 yrs. ..................................... 1,875 Okato Lemonhead Fiesta, cow 2 yrs. ........................... 1,600 David and Sheila Denowski, Crivitz, Wis. Okato Joel Prissy, cow 3 yrs. ........................................ 1,625 Zachariah Krueger, Merrill, Wis. Okato Mackenzie Pearly, cow 2 yrs. ............................. 1,600

at 3-11. Her Excellent-91% grandam has five records over 17,000 lbs. milk. Her Very Good-88% third dam has six lactations and a best record of 4-3 305 20,560 4.5% 920 3.5% 719 95DCR. Her Excellent-90% four dam has 18,060 lbs. milk, 837 lbs. fat and 679 lbs. protein at 4-1. “Kelsey’s” Excellent-91% fifth dam has five lactations—three of them over 21,450 lbs. milk, 860 lbs. fat and 762 lbs. protein. Her sixth dam is appraised Excellent-91% and has a six lactation m.e. average of 19,207–853–767. Sales $3,100 and Over Derek Wilterdink, Sheboygan Falls, Wis. Okato Jordache Faylynn, cow 3 yrs............................. $3,100 Okato Regency Kelsey, cow 2 yrs.................................. 2,400 Chloe L. Kinnard, Casco, Wis. Okato Ares Vivid, cow 3 yrs........................................... 2,725 Evan Jauquet, Pulaski, Wis. Okato Casino Penny, heifer calf 7 mos.......................... 2,500 Reece Knoploh, Sumner, Iowa Okato Genominator Panda, cow 2 yrs........................... 2,300 Okato Genominator Blair, cow 2 yrs. ............................ 1,700 Okato Matt Pepsi, cow 2 yrs. ......................................... 1,600 Ken Leuer, Oconto, Wis.

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Popular Genetics Lead Ohio Production Sale

Registered Jerseys backed by deep pedigrees and popular cow families brought the top dollars at this year’s Ohio Fall Production Sale. The event held on October 20, 2018, at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster offered something for everyone in volume, from milking cows to heifer calves. The 215 lots sold for an average of $791.93, led by the group of 84 bred heifers that were struck for $1,046.73 on average and the 43 cows that sold for $1,043.60 on average. Two dozen buyers from Alabama, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas and Wisconsin made purchases. Sale Analysis

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Avg. Price Total Value

43 Cows, two years and over 1 under 3 mos., s.w.d. 84 Bred heifers 21 1st Trimester 16 2nd Trimester 47 3rd Trimester 10 Open yearlings 78 Heifer calves 215 Lots Median price

$1,043.60 350.00 1,046.73 676.19 1,060.94 1,207.45 510.00 410.45

$44,875 350 87,925 14,200 16,975 56,750 5,100 32,015

$791.93 $170,265 $700.00

Sale Management: Jersey Marketing Service Auctioneer: Seth Andrews

Rohrer Farms Inc., Orrville, Ohio, purchased the two high sellers of the day. The dairy purchased the high seller, YJD Peka Vicky, a member of the “Veronica” cow family for $2,200. The daughter of Heartland Merchant Topeka-ET, GJPI +35, sold due to sexed River Valley Cece Chrome-ET, GJPI +193, on Halloween. Her dam is a Very Good-87% daughter of Maack Dairy Eclipes-P-ET, GJPI -23, with 11 Very Good or Excellent maternal sisters. “Vicky’s” grandam, Oakfield TBone Vivianne-ET, Excellent-95%, has five lactations—four of them over 21,300 lbs. milk—and made a best record of 5-10 304 30,110 5.3% 1,594 3.7% 1,111 97DCR. She was third senior two-year-old at the New York State Fair in 2012. The next dam is a Very Good-88% daughter of Hollylane R Response-ET, JPI -103. “Vicky’s” fourth dam is the famous Huronia Centurion Veronica 20J, Excellent-97%, winner of the 2015 Jersey Journal Great Cow Contest. “Veronica” was named Reserve National Grand Champion in 2002 and National Grand Champion two years later. She was tapped Reserve Supreme Champion of World Dairy Expo in 2004 and earned top laurels at the show in Madison, Wis., in 2006. She is a two-time Supreme Champion of the Pennsylvania All-American Dairy Show and was named the inaugural Cow of the JANUARY 2019

Year by Jersey Canada in 2011. “Veronica” has seven lactations and a best record of 24,442 lbs. milk, 1,380 lbs. fat and 955 lbs. protein at 6-8. “Vicky” was consigned by Neal Smith, Reynoldsburg, Ohio, who purchased her from her breeder, Youngs Jersey Dairy Inc., Yellow Springs, Ohio, at the Buckeye Classic Sale in 2015. Rohrer Farms purchased the secondhigh seller, Gabys Robinson Scarlett, for $1,750. The Excellent-90% five-yearold is sired by Gabys Jante Robinson, GJPI +45, and out of the “Roxy” cow family developed by Gaby Jersey Farm of Greeneville, Tenn. She sold springing to River Valley Venus V I P-ET, GJPI +1, due in early November with her fourth calf. She has a three lactation m.e. average of 15,354–866–605. Ten of her closest 11 dams are Very Good or Excellent. Her Excellent-90% dam is sired by Tower Vue Prime TequilaET, GJPI -118, and has an m.e. average of 18,379–1,070–711 on three records. Her third dam, Gabys Bomber ShebaET, Very Good-87%, has an m.e. of 21,344–1,153–725 on her first lactation. Her fifth dam, Gabys Hermitage Roxette, Excellent-90%, has a six lactation m.e. average of 20,737–974–747. “Scarlett’s” sixth dam, Gabys Boomer Roxy {6}, Excellent-91%, has nine lactations—two over 21,400 lbs. milk, 960 lbs. fat and 770 lbs. protein—and 25 registered progeny. The next dam, Gabys Duncan Ramona {5}, Very Good-85%, has a dozen lactations, three of them exceeding 20,000 lbs. milk. “Scarlett” was consigned by Luke A. McCoy, Campbellsville, Ky., who purchased her at the Gaby Dispersal in December 2016. Scarlett Payne of Utica, Ohio, placed the last bid of $1,700 on the third-high seller, M-Springdale Torpedo Bliss, a potential fifth-generation Excellent. The junior twoyear-old sired by IGL Santana Torpedo-ET, GJPI +117, sold a month fresh. Her dam is an Excellent-90% daughter of Griffens Governor-ET, GJPI -52, with 18,250 lbs. milk, 795 lbs. fat and 633 lbs. protein at 2-11. She has two maternal sisters appraised Excellent-90% and Very Good-86%. Their dam is an Excellent-93% daughter of Rock Ella Perimiter-ET, GJPI +20, with 10 lactations and a best record of 9-1 303 18,350 4.6% 838 3.7% 686 97DCR. The next dam is an Excellent-91% daughter of Highland Duncan Lester, GJPI -85, with seven lactations and a best record of 10-3 302 19,360 4.6% 888 3.6% 688 101DCR. The next seven dams are Very Good or Excellent, including her ninth dam,

Vaucluse Surville Suzanne, Excellent-93%, a matriarch at Billings Farm and Museum of Woodstock, Vt., with eight lactations and a best record of 20,750 lbs. milk and 1,120 lbs. fat at 5-7. “Bliss” was consigned by Neal Smith, who purchased her from breeder, Meghan Moody, Hamden, N.Y., in the New York’s Next Generation Sale in 2017. The lone buyer from Texas, Nico DeBoer of Chandler, was the volume buyer, with 52 lots purchased for $55,975. Ohio Jersey breeders Evan Barton of Newark and Kevin Beachy of Dundee purchased 18 head for $20,150 and 36 lots for $16,985, respectively. Sales $1,200 and Over

(Consignors in Parentheses) Rohrer Farms Inc., Orrville, Ohio YJD Peka Vicky, cow 2 yrs........................................... $2,200 (Neal Smith, Reynoldsburg, Ohio) Gabys Robinson Scarlett, cow 5 yrs.............................. 1,750 (Luke A. McCoy, Campbellsville, Ky.) Scenic View Oliver L Maid, bred heifer 2 yrs.................. 1,450 (Leroy and Martha Sue Miller, Mayslick, Ky.) Scarlett Payne, Utica, Ohio M-Springdale Torpedo Bliss, cow 2 yrs.......................... 1,700 (Neal Smith) JX Lylestanley David Sweetness 2343 {4}-ET, cow 2 yrs. .................................................................................. 1,650 (Neal Smith) Rosevale Jerseys, Gambier, Ohio Scenic View Oliver Buttercup-ET, bred heifer 18 mos... 1,650 (Leroy and Martha Sue Miller) Stump’s Heritage Farm Inc., Bucyrus, Ohio Fizz Grace, bred heifer 2 yrs.......................................... 1,650 (Neal Smith) Jer Bel Regency Hark, bred heifer 2 yrs........................ 1,500 (Howard King and Family, Fremont, Ohio) JX Ameri-Milk Keith Samantha 313 {6}, bred heifer 22 mos. .................................................................................. 1,450 (Neal Smith) JX Jer Bel Leonel Promise {4}, bred heifer 28 mos....... 1,375 (Howard King and Family) Diley Jerseys, Canal Winchester, Ohio Scenic View Oliver Chestnut-P-ET, bred heifer 21 mos. .................................................................................. 1,600 (Leroy and Martha Sue Miller) Evan Barton, Newark, Ohio OSU-ATI Valentino Success 2580, cow 2 yrs................ 1,550 (OSU Agric. Technical Institute, Wooster, Ohio) Scenic View Listowl Chestnut 226-ET, cow 2 yrs........... 1,450 (Crown Hill Jerseys, Sterling, Ohio) JX Jer Bel Hoss Lavern {5}, bred heifer 2 yrs................ 1,375 (Howard King and Family) JVB Red Hot Term Johanna, bred heifer 20 mos.......... 1,300 (Grammer Jersey Farm LLC, Sebring, Ohio) Grammer Dynasty Precious, bred heifer 19 mos........... 1,250 (Grammer Jersey Farm LLC) JVB Red Hot Terminator Blair, bred heifer 22 mos........ 1,250 (Grammer Jersey Farm LLC) Buena Vista Jordache Liz, bred heifer 19 mos.............. 1,200 (Rudy I. Hochstetler, Millersburg, Ohio) JVB Red Hot Term Mirna, bred heifer 20 mos............... 1,200 (Grammer Jersey Farm LLC) Nico DeBoer, Chandler, Texas MHF Chrome Holly, cow 2 yrs........................................ 1,550 (Neal Smith) Circlehawk Lexicon Tiara Doree, bred heifer 2 yrs........ 1,500 (Philip H. Myers, Louisville, Ohio) JX OSU-ATI Reno 2588 {5}, cow 2 yrs.......................... 1,450 (OSU Agric. Technical Institute) Norse Star Balin 5474, bred heifer 19 mos.................... 1,400 (Grammer Jersey Farm LLC) JX Gabys Fastrack Amy {6}, bred heifer 2 yrs............... 1,400 (Neal Smith) MHF Chrome Roxanne-Twin, bred heifer 2 yrs.............. 1,350 (Neal Smith) Norse Star Blackstone 5444, bred heifer 20 mos.......... 1,350 (Grammer Jersey Farm LLC) Ameri-Milk Regal Daffy 317 {6}, bred heifer 20 mos...... 1,300 (Neal Smith) JX Highland Innovation Jinale {5}, cow 3 yrs................. 1,300 (Donald H. Bolen Family, Fremont, Ohio) TBone Fame Fair, cow 5 yrs........................................... 1,300 (Scott Family Jerseys, Malta, Ohio) Jer Bel Sambo Eda, bred heifer 2 yrs............................ 1,300 (Howard King and Family) Lylestanley Manager Caramel 2399, bred heifer 23 mos. .................................................................................. 1,275 (continued to page 64)

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Letter To The Editor Thank you for your support at the 2018 Western National Junior Jersey Show. I have been showing at the Western National for nine years now, and it continues to be my favorite dairy show that I attend. Thank you again for your generous support. It is appreciated by all the junior members, and does not go unnoticed! Sincerely, Clancey Krahn, Albany, Ore. Thank you for sending me the keytag with the “herd is the foundation of all wealth” quote. I had so much fun at the 2018 All American Junior Jersey Show. I cannot wait until next year. Sincerely, Emory Bewley, Susquehanna, Pa. It is with sincerest gratitude that I thank you for the $500 scholarship and the financial support for the AJCA Annual Meetings, World Dairy Expo, and the All American Junior Jersey Show. I am so thankful for this opportunity and I am looking forward to the year ahead. This will

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be an experience that I will cherish forever. I look forward to working with you all this year. Thank you, Abby Shaw, Oxford, Mass. National Jersey Queen Thank you so much for your support with the 2018 Western National Jersey Junior Show, and for everything you do for the Jersey youth. I had an amazing experience this year. Thank you, Kalli Corrick, Albany, Ore. 2018 Western National Jersey Queen As members of the Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) Dairy Judging team, we would like to thank you for your donation at the Accelerated Genetics/East Central Select Sires Contest. We were very pleased with our performance as we were fourth in this contest as well as placed fourth in both the practical and judging contest at World Dairy Expo. Your support allows us to be part of an amazing experience that can’t be taught in the classroom. Again, thank you for your continuing support! Sincerely, 2018 NICC Dairy Judging Team

Ohio Production Sale (continued from page 63) (Grammer Jersey Farm LLC) Norse Star Jive 5472 {6}, bred heifer 19 mos................ 1,250 (Grammer Jersey Farm LLC) JX Jer Bel Avon Coco {3}, bred heifer 2 yrs................... 1,250 (Howard King and Family) Ohio Alfonso Live 506 {5}, cow 2 yrs............................. 1,250 (Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio) Buena Vista Ballistic Verna, bred heifer 18 mos............ 1,200 (Rudy I. Hochstetler) JX Ohio Cowboy Ballard 568 {5}, bred heifer 21 mos... 1,200 (Ohio State University) Jer Bel Regency Bubbly, bred heifer 23 mos................. 1,200 (Howard King and Family) Circlehawk Mahari Taco Eclair, bred heifer 20 mos....... 1,200 (Philip H. Myers, Louisville, Ohio) Highland David Alice, cow 2 yrs..................................... 1,200 (Donald H. Bolen Family) Starwischer Ringman Enticing, bred heifer 15 mos....... 1,200 (Neal Smith) Grim Farmir Soxi Two 708 {4}-Twin, bred heifer 19 mos. .................................................................................. 1,200 (Neal Smith) JX White Rock Harris Bethann {5}, bred heifer 2 yrs..... 1,200 (Neal Smith) WRJ Volcano Honor, cow 2 yrs...................................... 1,200 (Neal Smith) Joe Vanderfeltz, Lawton, Pa. JX Jer Bel Alfonso Jazmine {5}, bred heifer 2 ys........... 1,475 (Howard King and Family) Norse Star Maui 5462, bred heifer 20 mos.................... 1,400 (Grammer Jersey Farm LLC) JX Jer Bel Pure Valerie {6}, bred heifer 2 yrs................. 1,325 (Howard King and Family) Jersey Export Venture, Reynoldsburg, Ohio Scenic View Adam Ainsley, bred heifer 2 yrs................. 1,400 (Leroy and Martha Sue Miller) Allen Brubaker, Wooster, Ohio Norse Star Bruce 5447, cow 2 yrs................................. 1,300 (Grammer Jersey Farm LLC) John Meyer, Darien, Wis. Highland Irwin Alandra, cow 4 yrs.................................. 1,200 (Marissa Bolen, Fremont, Ohio) Spring Valley Dairy Farm LLC, Mount Gilead, Ohio Scenic View Regency Cedar, bred heifer 18 mos.......... 1,200 (Leroy and Martha Sue Miller)

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New Jersey State Fair Jersey Show

• August 3-12, 2018, New Jersey State Fair/Sussex County Farm & Horse Show, Augusta, N.J. • Cassandra Chittenden-Oster, Schodack Landing, N.Y., judge • 44-head shown • Sr. and Gr. Champ. female— Brew-Line Tequila Dove, Emilee Brewer, Bangor, Pa. • Res. Sr. and Res. Gr. Champ. female—ENF Impressive Gem, Emily Sigle, Stockton • Jr. Champ. female—Brew-Line Spitfire Darcy, Joshua Brewer, Bangor, Pa. • Res. Jr. Champ. female—ENF Bow Breeze Maleficent, Emily Sigle, Stockton Class Winners

Spring heifer calf (4 shown) 1. ENF Vindication Mila, Emily Sigle, Stockton 2. JX Brew-Line Spitfire Dooreen {5}, Krissa Brewer, Bangor, Pa. Winter heifer calf (5 shown) 1. JX Brew-Line Spitfire Darcy (S: JX Bellwood Golda Spitfire {4}-ET, D: Brew-Line Governor Diane), Joshua Brewer, Bangor, Pa., jr. champ. 2. Stonehedge Savvy Camille, Laina Southway, Newton, N.J. Fall heifer calf (5 shown) 1. ENF Bow Breeze Aurora, Emily Sigle, Stockton

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Brew-Line Tequila Dove 1st Junior 2-yr.-old cow Senior and Grand Champion 2. Bellvale Victorious Texas, Jasmine Noteboom, Warwick, N.Y. Summer yearling heifer (5 shown) 1. ENF Bow Breeze Maleficent (S: Lakeside Jerseys Socrates Bre Bo-ET, D: ENF Mystics Icon), Emily Sigle, res. jr. champ. 2. Ackerly Rufus Wilhelmina, Sydney Parkin, Warwick, N.Y. Spring yearling heifer (1 shown) 1. Ackerly Impression Aspyn, Sydney Parkin Winter yearling heifer (6 shown) 1. Stonehedge Colton Debbie {1}, Laina Southway, Newton 2. Stonehedge Windstar Felicity, Cornelius Southway, Newton Fall yearling heifer (2 shown) 1. ENF Barnabas Bunny, Emily Sigle & Jared Yazujian, Stockton Junior dry cow (1 shown) 1. JX Ackerly Sebastian Mandy {5}, Graham Ackerly, Warwich, N.Y. Junior 2-yr.-old cow (3 shown) 1. Brew-Line Tequila Dove (S: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET, D: Brew-Line Governor Damaris), Emilee Brewer, Bangor, Pa., sr. and gr. champ. 2. Bellvale Matt Heidi, Jasmine Noteboom, Warwick,

N.Y. Senior 2-yr.-old cow (3 shown) 1. Stonehedge Bumblebee Alabama, Cornelius Southway 2. Stonehedge Nitro Dusty, Laina Southway Junior 3-yr.-old cow (1 shown) 1. Comerica Kiera, Jasemine Noteboom Senior 3-yr.-old cow (2 shown) 1. Stonehedge Miles Starbright, Cornelius Southway 5-yr.-old cow (4 shown) 1. ENF Impressive Gem (S: Rock Ella Impression-ET, D: ENF Jack Knifes Blade), Emily Sigle, res. sr. and res. gr. champ. 2. Stonehedge Tequila Starlight, Cornelius Southway Aged cow (2 shown) 1. Brew-Line Governor Damaris, Emilee Brewer Dairy herd (2 shown) 1. Neal Southway Produce of dam (1 shown) 1. Nikki Havens Dam and daughter (5 shown) 1. Brewer Farms 2. Neal Southway

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Abigail Shaw Crowned National Jersey Queen

Abigail Shaw, Oxford, Mass., has been crowned the 61st National Jersey Queen. Abby was presented the Charlene Nardone Crown by 2017 National Jersey Queen Lakaya Lyon on November 3, 2018, during the Jersey Junior Banquet in Louisville, Ky. She will represent Jersey breeders for the next year with her participation in events such as the 151st Annual Meeting of the American Jersey Cattle Association, World Dairy Expo and The 67th All American Jersey Shows & Sales. The National Jersey Queen contest lasted two days with nine outstanding young women from across the country competing for the coveted crown. Abby is a sophomore attending Assumption College, Worcester, Mass., majoring in education. A decade of 4-H Page 66

work has brought out her leadership skills, developed her abilities as a dairy cattle judge, and above all, been the showcase for her Registered Jerseys. “At this point in my show career,” she says, “I am exhibiting all bred and owned heifers and cows,” winning Supreme Champion two years in a row in Connecticut and the Grand Champion three consecutive years at the Massachusetts state 4-H show. Abby has served as Massachusetts Jersey Princess for two years, giving her the opportunity to participate in meetings of the state dairy promotion board and to speak to a crucial audience—the consumer. Her platform for the coming year is Jerseys and creating responsibility in youth. “Without Jerseys,” she says, “I would not know what it is to be responsible for the health and well-being of anyone other than myself. I would not know what it is to devote countless hours and make sacri-

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fices to accomplish the goals I have set for myself. Jerseys help develop responsibility in young people because they require a great amount of attention, hard work, and patience. I believe that I can be an excellent spokesperson for the breed and an example of how Jerseys can create responsibility and diligence in youth as I enter adulthood.” Allison Foster, Portage, Wis., was named first alternate in the contest. “Sharing the Jersey Story” is what Allison does every minute of every day, of every week throughout the year. “My love for Jerseys was inherited, but my passion for Jerseys grows the more I learn about them. There are things we know, both by experience and by research, that we must share with other producers to encourage them to give Jerseys a try, and to consumers so we can increase the demand (continued to next page)

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National Queen Crowned

State Fair of Texas Jersey Show

(continued from previous page)

• October 13-14, 2018, State Fair of Texas Fair Park, Dallas, Texas • Brian Schilling, Boggstown, Ind., judge • 63-head shown • Sr., Gr. and Sup. Champ. female— Goff Peeves Willy Mae-ET, Buster Goff, Hobbs, N.M. • Res. Sr., Res. Gr. and Res. Sup. Champ. female—Goff Valentino 20193-ET, Buster Goff • Jr. Champ. female—Wildweed Primero Lightning, Buster Goff • Res. Jr. Champ. female—Goff Andreas 33073-ET, Buster Goff Class Winners

Wildweed Primero Lightning 1st Fall yearling heifer Junior Champion

Junior heifer calf (11 shown) 1. Goff Craze 34712, Buster Goff, Hobbs, N. M. 2. Lylah Rockstar of Prairie Sky, Prairie Sky Farms &/or Kenton Carpenter &/or Jacy Carpenter, Dalhart Intermediate heifer calf (4 shown) 1. JX Poor Boys Award Patsy {5}, Cylee Poor, Royse City 2. Goff Oliver 33822 {5}, Breannah Malaer, Bellevue Senior heifer calf (6 shown) 1. Goff Andreas 33073-ET (S: Sunset Canyon Andreas, D: Goff Valentino 20193-ET), Buster Goff, res. jr. champ. 2. Emerald Valley HG Jangle, Gemma Yarborough, Dublin Summer yearling heifer (4 shown) 1. Homeridge Getaway Alison, Buster Goff 2. Diamond B Fizz Leela, Alison Cox, Paradise Junior yearling heifer (9 shown) 1. Goff Colton Jane 31794, Buster Goff

2. Page-Crest Premier Ti-ET, Ally Reed, Dublin Intermediate yearling heifer (3 shown) 1. Bojangles Glenda, Hanna Grace Schendel, Altair 2. Tequila Nike, Gabby Hoegger, Scotland Fall yearling heifer (5 shown) 1. Wildweed Primero Lightning (S: Evangelo Del Primero, D: South Mountain Socrates Laughter-ET), Buster Goff, jr. champ. 2. Hollywood Farrah, Shaelyn Faith Schendel, Altair Junior 2-yr.-old cow (6 shown) 1. Riverway Tequila Ballerina, Buster Goff 2. Bar MB Tequila Mabel-ET, Gerret Boer, Dalhart Senior 2-yr.-old cow (4 shown) 1. Goff Colton 28803-ET, Buster Goff 2. Larkan Action Sundae, Travis Terry, Bellevue 3-yr.-old cow (2 shown) 1. Goff Peeves Willy Mae-ET (S: Ahlem Decoy Peeves, D: Goff Valentino 20193-ET), Buster Goff, sr., gr. and sup. champ. 4-yr.-old cow (4 shown) 1. Goff Topeka 24686-ET, Buster Goff 2. IOF Fire Action Sweet Pea, Dillan Jackson McGlothern, Ennis Aged cow (3 shown) 1. Goff Valentino 20193-ET (S: All Lynns Louie Valentino-ET, D: Bolle-Acres MJ Willie May), Buster Goff, res. sr., res. gr. and res. sup. champ. 2. Royalty Ridge Tequila Jewel-ET, Jacy Carpenter, Dalhart

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for Jersey products.” Allison will graduate in December 2019 from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville with a degree in dairy science with long-term aims of a career either as a large-animal veterinarian or in dairy nutrition. Willow Voegtlen, Beloit, Wis., was the second alternate. Willow hails from Bedford County, Pennsylvania, where she was part of its dairy princess program for 12 years doing more than a thousand promotions connecting dairy farmers with consumers. She graduated from the UWMadison Farm and Industry Short Course program this year and was a full-time calf care lead and assistant herdsman at Barlass Jerseys LLC in Janesville, Wis. She is now employed by ABS Global Inc. The Queen and her court presented awards for the National Jersey Jug Futurity and The 66th All American Jersey Show, plus assisted with the clerking of The All American Jersey Sale. The Charlene Nardone National Jersey Queen Fund provided scholarships of $500, $300 and $200 to the Queen and two alternates. For more information, follow the National Jersey Queen program on Facebook@USJerseyQueen.

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DEN-KEL JERSEYS

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Scotch View Farms George and Nadine Wilson • David Wilson Henry Aldrich, Herdsman

283 Blenheim Hill Road, Stamford, NY 12167 Phone 607/652-7181 Email wilsongn43@gmail.com Oct. RHA: cows 21,839M 4.8% 1,048F 3.7% 808P

Merle, Margaret, Mike, Tim and Debbie Lawton Nathan and Ryan Lawton and Chelsie Fuller 431 Bridge St., Newark Valley, NY 13811 607/642-8169 Farm • mmlawton@stny.rr.com Tim: 607/341-1172 • timlawton581@gmail.com

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State Fair of Texas Junior Jersey Show

Royalty Ridge Tequila Jewel-ET was named Grand Champion for Jacy Carpenter, Dalhart, at the State Fair of Texas Junior Jersey Show on October 14, 2018. Miss Silver Glimmer, shown by Shaelyn Faith Schendel, Altair, was named Reserve Grand Champion. Brian Schilling, Boggstown, Ind., judged the 47 Registered Jerseys shown in Dallas. Class Winners

Junior heifer calf (7 shown) Larkan Fizz Cookies N Cream, Reece Bellmon, Mansfield Intermediate heifer calf (6 shown) JX Poor Boys Award Patsy {5} (S: JX Jer Bel Abbys Award {4}, D: Poor Boy Irwin Patty), Cylee Poor, Royse City, jr. champ.

Senior heifer calf (7 shown) Emerald Valley HG Jangle, Gemma Yarborough, Dublin Summer yearling heifer (4 shown) Hoegger Karyl Beau, Gunner Hoegger, Scotland Junior yearling heifer (7 shown) Page-Crest Premier Ti-ET, Ally Reed, Dublin Intermediate yearling heifer (2 shown) Bojangles Glenda (S: Ratliff Impression Bojangles, D: S&O Grandious Gwen), Hanna Grace Schendel, Altair Senior yearling heifer (3 shown) Hollywood Farrah, Shaelyn Faith Schendel, Altair Junior 2-yr.-old cow (5 shown) Bar MB Tequila Mabel-ET, Gerret Boer, Dalhart 2-yr.-old cow (2 shown) Larkan Action Sundae, Travis Terry, Bellevue 3-yr.-old cow (1 shown) Goff Mantra 26612, Casen Slayton, Wolfforth 4-yr.old cow (1 shown) Louies Prissy, Shaelyn Faith Schendel Aged cow (2 shown) 1. Royalty Ridge Tequila Jewel-ET (S: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET, D: Family Hill Amadeo Jocelyn), Jacy Carpenter, Dalhart, sr. and gr. champ. 2. Miss Silver Glimmer (S: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-

ET, D: Edgebrook Jackknife Silver), Shaelyn Faith Schendel, res. sr. and res. gr. champ.

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G-Code Bulls Marketed by A.I. Organizations, December 2018 NAAB member organizations assigned G-code status to 381 Jersey bulls for this release. These bulls average +903M, +52F, +40P, CM$ +488 and NM$ +465. For the entire list of bulls with complete evaluations for yield, fitness and type traits, refer to the Jersey Genetic Summary (Vol. 23, No. 3, online at http://greenbook.usjersey.com). Three-generation AJCA Official Performance Pedigrees are included in the Green Book website. Official evaluations for bulls combining genomic and progeny test information are released after a minimum of 10 daughters have production (PTA protein) evaluations.

The highest-ranking bulls with the NAAB status code G from the official genetic evaluations released by the Council on Dairy Cattle Breeding (CDCB) for December 2018 are listed below. Status code G designates genomic tested and marketed bulls that have fewer than 10 daughters with usable records as of the evaluation date. The cut-off for this list is a Jersey Performance IndexTM of 177. Bulls are listed in two groups, with those having AJCA Herd Register status or a Generation Count of 4-6 and a BBR 100, listed first, followed by bulls with Generation Count (GC) 3 or GC 4-6 with a BBR 93 and lower. NAME OF BULL

GT BBR JHI

NAAB CODE JPI

MILK, FAT AND PROTEIN

JPI % REL REL MILK FAT FAT

% DPR NM TYPE PRO PRO CM$ NM$ FM$ GM$ SCS PL DPR REL CCR HCR LIV GFI %ILE FS REL GJUI

HERD REGISTER STATUS/GENERATION COUNT OF 4-6/BBR 100 JX FARIA BROTHERS STACKHOUSE {4}-ET 99K 100 F 1JE1106 206 JX PEAK ALTAMONTRA {6}-ET 99K 100 F 11JE1369 204 PINE-TREE DECADE {6}-ET 99K 100 F 200JE1163 204 JX PVF WC ZINC {5}-ET 99K 100 F 1JE1074 203 JX AVI-LANCHE VICEROY DASHIELL {6}-ET 99K 100 C 7JE1722 201 CAL-MART WESTPORT {6}-ET 99K 100 F 29JE4117 200 JX PEAK ALTAATHLETE {6}-ET 99K 100 F 11JE1370 197 JX FARIA BROTHERS ALTARASHFORD {4}-ET 99K 100 C 11JE1366 196 JX FARIA BROTHERS ALTAZIDANE {4}-ET 99K 100 F 11JE1379 195 JX FARIA BROTHERS ALTAZIZIC {4} 99K 100 F 11JE1348 194

66 71 1,555 0.06 87 72 76 1,408 0.09 85 68 72 625 0.17 64 68 72 594 0.24 77 70 75 1,249 0.08 76 68 72 689 0.24 81 68 72 784 0.11 60 70 76 1,516 -0.01 70 68 72 997 0.12 72 71 76 1,386 0.10 87

0.04 64 0.08 67 0.10 43 0.12 45 0.06 58 0.10 45 0.10 49 0.05 66 0.07 50 0.06 63

JX KASH-IN GOT JIGGY {6}-ET CO-OP AD WORLD CUP {5}-ET JX RIVER VALLEY CHIEF {6}-ET JX FARIA BROTHERS KAWHI {4} JX FARIA BROTHERS ASENSIO {4}-ET JX AARDEMA HALL {4} JX ABS TJ {4}-ET JX AVI-LANCHE RONALDO DEDE {4}-ET JX FARIA BROTHERS FRANCESA {5}-ET DUTCH HOLLOW MIGHTY-ET

99K 100 F 551JE1717 194 99K 100 F 1JE935 193 99K 100 F 200JE10034 192 99K 100 F 97JE180 191 99K 100 F 551JE1710 191 99K 100 F 1JE1073 190 99K 100 F 29JE4102 190 99K 100 C 29JE4108 189 99K 100 C 1JE1088 188 99K 100 F 29JE4079 188

70 74 1,247 0.04 68 73 76 617 0.12 54 69 73 1,417 0.03 73 71 76 1,938 -0.10 71 69 74 1,225 0.12 84 72 77 1,345 0.07 78 67 71 1,017 0.05 58 70 76 1,308 -0.04 54 69 74 1,461 0.03 75 73 77 789 0.22 82

0.04 54 650 617 549 529 2.70 5.3 -0.4 63 0.3 2.3 0.4 8.8 99 1.2 76 12.3 0.10 42 637 595 506 564 2.81 6.4 2.0 67 3.0 3.6 2.0 7.6 99 1.1 76 20.0 0.00 51 624 607 574 539 2.88 4.9 -0.1 61 0.3 3.0 -1.6 7.9 99 2.2 75 19.5 0.02 75 597 562 492 421 2.66 2.2 -3.8 65 -2.4 1.7 -2.6 7.3 97 1.7 76 13.4 0.10 65 656 609 508 522 2.96 3.1 -1.0 60 -0.4 2.0 -1.9 7.0 99 1.2 74 9.7 0.07 63 642 602 518 507 2.86 3.5 -1.1 66 -0.2 2.5 -0.2 8.3 99 1.2 76 8.6 0.04 45 642 613 555 489 2.77 7.0 -1.3 59 -0.8 0.9 2.5 7.0 99 2.2 73 27.9 0.04 56 605 571 502 476 2.68 4.5 -1.0 62 -0.1 1.6 1.2 6.0 98 1.8 75 24.3 0.05 63 641 605 530 456 2.76 4.2 -3.1 59 -2.4 -0.1 -0.9 6.8 99 1.6 74 19.5 0.13 55 654 599 482 490 2.80 4.0 -1.3 65 -2.0 1.7 -0.7 9.3 99 0.9 78 11.7

JX FARIA BROTHERS ALTABALE {4} JX PINE-TREE AROUND {5}-ET JX PEAK ALTAGRAPPLE {5}-ET JX LUCKY HILL WHAMBAM {5}-ET JX AHLEM FRISCO ADAMA {6} JX CO-OP WC MR CHAVEZ {4}-P-ET JX FARIA BROTHERS LAWSON {4} JX SUNSET CANYON GOT MAID {5}-ET OAKLANE DAZZLER DISCO 2127-ET JX ABS HOTLINE {4}-ET

99K 99K 99K 99K 99K 99K 99K 99K 99K 99K

70 67 71 73 69 67 69 73 72 69

0.03 0.10 0.06 0.02 0.05 0.08 0.03 0.05 0.03 0.09

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

F F F F F F F F F F

11JE1365 1JE1075 11JE1382 200JE1160 7JE1719 1JE5000 1JE1101 551JE1650 7JE1528 29JE4093

187 187 186 185 185 185 184 184 184 183

JX CAL-MART COTTAGE {5}-ET 99K 100 F 29JE4118 182 JX FARIA BROTHERS BILL RUSSELL {4} 99K 100 F 29JE4068 181 JX DUPAT DISCO BENELLI {6}-ET 99K 100 F 7JE1724 181 JX OAK LANE WILDCAT {5}-ET 99K 100 F 97JE170 180 JX OAK LANE WHODAT {4}-P-ET 99K 100 C 97JE178 180 PEAK ALTAVICE {6}-ET 99K 100 F 11JE1381 179 JX FARIA BROTHERS ALTAMCGAHEE {4} 99K 100 F 11JE1340 179 FARIA BROTHERS ZACH LOWE {6}-ET 99K 100 F 29JE4136 179 JX FOREST GLEN GOT MAID DANIEL {6}-ET 99K 100 F 614JE1683 178 JX FOREST GLEN ALTO {6}-ET 99K 100 F 29JE4119 178

76 72 75 77 72 72 75 77 76 75

1,652 0.01 81 852 0.15 72 1,364 -0.02 60 1,497 0.03 78 1,265 -0.01 57 701 0.20 75 1,896 -0.03 84 1,417 0.05 77 652 0.08 47 1,143 0.10 75

70 75 644 0.17 65 71 76 1,604 -0.02 72 68 73 1,249 -0.06 47 70 75 1,021 0.15 79 68 73 964 0.07 60 71 76 1,781 -0.06 72 69 75 1,686 -0.06 67 68 73 712 0.24 82 67 72 1,485 -0.09 52 68 73 1,405 -0.05 57

65 52 61 59 55 41 75 61 30 59

690 658 590 564 2.79 3.7 -0.8 56 -0.7 1.7 -1.2 5.8 100 1.1 72 13.7 691 651 565 566 3.03 3.9 -0.7 64 0.5 2.4 -1.3 7.8 100 1.6 76 18.3 697 653 561 586 2.78 7.2 1.2 60 1.7 2.1 2.5 7.7 100 1.2 74 25.4 693 647 547 590 2.88 5.2 1.1 61 1.3 2.1 1.6 7.2 99 1.5 74 20.6 702 667 594 610 2.95 5.6 1.2 60 2.0 3.4 1.3 5.7 100 1.3 75 12.2 707 663 571 579 2.80 6.1 0.3 60 -0.2 2.7 0.8 7.2 100 1.2 74 17.3 641 595 497 527 2.75 6.2 0.4 61 1.1 3.4 0.3 8.0 99 1.3 74 13.5 646 606 525 484 2.71 3.6 -2.0 63 -1.4 0.4 0.4 6.3 99 2.0 75 16.6 659 623 547 576 2.83 5.1 1.5 61 0.8 2.4 0.4 7.9 99 1.2 75 14.6 668 628 546 536 2.79 2.7 -1.0 64 -0.6 0.6 -0.8 6.0 99 1.1 75 10.6

621 649 583 629 626 659 618 614 599 617

592 605 549 603 594 626 583 578 576 577

533 512 476 549 527 554 512 504 531 490

496 523 521 451 489 549 436 471 537 495

2.84 2.98 2.93 2.85 2.79 2.95 2.76 2.73 2.73 3.00

2.4 4.6 3.1 4.0 6.2 5.6 2.0 3.1 7.3 3.9

-1.5 -0.5 0.6 -3.3 -0.9 0.3 -3.8 -2.0 1.9 -0.9

62 60 62 66 62 60 61 65 64 59

-0.7 0.0 1.7 -3.5 -0.2 0.3 -3.3 -1.1 2.3 -0.2

1.3 2.6 4.2 0.2 0.8 3.4 0.8 2.1 2.9 1.8

-1.0 0.1 -2.4 -0.8 0.6 2.2 -3.3 -1.7 2.8 -2.3

5.5 6.8 7.2 8.3 8.6 7.1 4.8 7.9 8.7 6.5

99 99 92 99 99 99 99 99 99 99

1.1 1.8 1.5 1.9 1.6 1.4 1.7 1.1 1.8 1.5

74 73 74 78 75 73 74 77 77 74

7.7 21.1 13.2 19.3 19.9 17.0 8.3 8.4 31.2 15.5

0.09 42 601 558 468 498 2.70 4.3 0.1 61 1.1 1.7 -0.3 6.5 96 1.3 74 21.5 0.00 58 594 573 532 490 2.79 3.0 -1.1 63 0.1 3.9 -0.2 6.4 99 1.1 75 9.6 0.00 45 579 563 530 493 2.81 6.1 0.3 61 1.0 2.7 2.2 8.1 97 1.8 74 23.3 0.06 49 630 595 523 484 2.75 4.3 -1.6 61 -0.8 1.4 0.0 7.1 99 1.2 76 13.3 0.05 44 615 588 531 499 2.87 6.1 -0.5 61 -0.2 1.8 0.4 7.7 99 1.9 75 26.9 0.00 64 614 595 556 511 2.94 4.0 -0.6 64 0.2 3.4 -0.1 7.2 99 1.0 76 8.3 0.01 63 579 553 501 463 2.72 3.1 -1.3 60 0.2 2.3 -0.6 4.9 94 0.8 73 5.6 0.10 46 629 585 492 520 2.80 4.1 0.2 59 0.2 1.6 -1.5 6.2 99 0.9 74 11.2 0.02 58 570 545 494 476 2.87 4.5 -0.1 58 0.7 2.4 0.8 6.7 91 1.4 73 14.9 0.02 55 573 546 492 431 2.73 4.7 -1.7 60 -1.0 1.1 0.9 7.9 91 1.3 75 17.3

JX KASH-IN DISCO SUIT {6}-ET 99K 100 F 7JE1707 178 69 73 598 0.24 77 0.13 47 627 576 467 467 2.79 4.2 -1.7 61 -1.2 1.9 -0.9 8.7 99 1.4 75 20.0 JX ABS CHAPMAN {4}-ET 99K 100 F 29JE4078 177 71 76 1,316 -0.03 56 0.04 56 566 535 472 499 2.83 3.8 0.5 64 2.2 3.8 -1.6 6.6 88 1.5 75 13.4 JX FARIA BROTHERS MINKO {5}-ET 99K 100 C 1JE1089 177 69 74 931 0.14 73 0.09 53 627 584 493 476 2.90 4.8 -1.5 60 -0.5 1.5 -0.4 7.2 99 1.0 74 10.0 FOREST GLEN KALAHARI 99K 100 F 29JE4073 177 71 76 811 0.07 52 0.10 49 583 543 457 495 3.02 5.2 0.7 64 1.6 2.5 0.1 6.6 91 1.8 76 25.7 JX FOREST GLEN BALTAZAR AMORE {6}-ET 99K 100 F 29JE4105 177 69 73 1,133 -0.07 40 0.01 42 546 527 491 463 2.75 5.7 0.0 62 1.2 3.5 1.8 8.0 88 2.0 75 28.1 GENERATION COUNT (GC) 3/GC 4-6 WITH A BBR 93 AND LOWER JX TWIN RIDGE LEAVALL {3}-ET 99K 93 F 1JE1118 203 64 70 1,163 0.00 55 0.04 50 660 631 572 592 2.80 6.5 2.0 53 2.1 4.3 2.6 5.2 99 1.3 70 20.5 JX CAL-MART LUKE DANNY {3}-ET 99K 100 F 29JE4104 201 69 75 1,581 0.01 78 0.02 62 679 652 596 578 2.86 4.5 0.1 57 0.4 3.9 0.1 5.7 100 1.4 73 7.3 JX FARIA BROTHERS RONDO {3}-ET 99K 93 F 29JE4092 196 66 74 1,389 0.09 86 0.05 60 672 638 567 511 2.79 3.9 -2.1 53 -1.6 0.4 -0.3 3.4 99 0.8 71 10.7 JX AVI-LANCHE LUKE DAB {3}-ET 99K 93 F 29JE4109 195 66 73 1,075 0.02 55 0.04 46 658 633 581 613 2.88 6.4 3.0 51 2.7 3.4 3.4 3.9 99 1.7 70 21.6 JX FARIA BROTHERS ALTABAYNES {3}-ET 99K 100 F 11JE1377 194 66 72 1,288 0.13 88 0.03 53 667 641 587 559 2.87 3.8 -0.7 53 0.5 2.2 -0.9 4.2 99 0.8 70 16.8 JX FARIA BROTHERS JAMISON {3}-ET 99K 100 F 1JE1102 193 64 71 1,716 0.01 84 0.00 62 656 635 594 532 2.86 3.7 -1.6 51 -0.5 2.7 -1.2 3.9 99 1.0 69 15.4 JX PINE-TREE DOX {3}-ET 99K 100 F 1JE1081 193 70 75 791 0.15 68 0.06 41 645 614 549 595 2.87 4.9 2.4 59 2.5 3.3 2.0 6.6 99 1.6 75 25.8 JX PINE-TREE ACHIEVER {3}-ET 99K 100 F 1JE1054 191 68 74 1,227 -0.02 54 0.03 50 627 604 556 559 2.93 5.9 1.4 61 1.7 2.8 1.6 5.5 99 2.0 73 29.0 JX PINE-TREE UNCLE LUKE ACCLIMATE {3}-ET 99K 89 F 29JE4101 191 68 74 1,147 0.06 68 0.03 48 659 636 587 607 2.97 5.5 2.1 57 2.2 2.9 1.1 5.1 99 2.0 72 20.6 JX ABS TLD HEINZ {3}-ET 99K 91 F 29JE4110 188 67 73 1,098 0.03 58 0.05 50 633 604 541 592 2.92 5.9 2.7 54 2.9 2.7 0.0 4.6 99 1.5 71 15.7 JX TWIN RIDGE HAWKIN {3}-ET JX CLOVER PATCH AVON ENZO {3} JX FARIA BROTHERS KOBE {3}-P-ET JX FARIA BROTHERS ALTAROZIER {3} JX AVI-LANCHE LUKE DUKE {3}-ET JX PINE-TREE UL ARRIVE {3}-ET JX CAL-MART AVON PAVIT {3} JX AARDEMA GREEN EYE {4}-ET JX CROSSWIND CYRUS {3}-ET JX PROGENESIS CLEARCUT {3}-ET

99K 45K 99K 99K 99K 99K 99K 99K 50K 99K

90 100 100 100 93 100 100 91 93 100

F F F F F F F F F F

29JE4130 100JE7400 200JE1142 11JE1349 29JE4106 597JE177 29JE4103 1JE1094 200JE1130 200JE1155

187 185 185 182 181 180 179 178 178 177

62 71 71 72 64 69 70 64 71 71

69 75 76 76 72 74 75 70 76 75

1,058 0.16 84 2,055 -0.16 62 1,106 0.13 79 945 0.16 78 1,074 0.02 56 706 0.17 69 1,524 -0.16 39 1,130 0.05 65 856 0.06 54 1,633 -0.23 29

JX FARIA BROTHERS JODECI {3} JX OAK LANE AVON DANCER {3}-ET JX FARIA BROTHERS FAMILIA {3}-ET

99K 100 F 99K 100 F 50K 93 C

1JE964 14JE1658 551JE1699

177 177 177

72 71 72

76 702 0.18 71 76 1,255 -0.11 36 77 804 0.22 83

0.05 -0.04 0.05 0.11 0.02 0.06 -0.04 0.03 0.06 -0.04

49 65 51 57 42 37 46 47 43 51

0.10 45 -0.03 39 0.05 39

647 586 650 643 614 644 575 590 579 524

616 576 618 597 596 618 571 566 546 518

550 560 551 498 560 563 564 515 478 507

530 498 538 530 594 580 520 496 504 467

2.84 2.84 2.87 3.06 2.93 3.00 2.82 2.86 2.77 2.87

4.6 -0.4 4.4 -0.4 4.0 0.2 3.4 0.1 5.6 3.1 5.6 1.8 6.8 1.5 4.9 0.1 5.4 1.4 6.3 1.0

49 0.4 0.9 -0.5 3.5 64 -0.3 1.8 -1.4 7.1 64 0.3 0.3 2.5 6.9 65 -0.1 -0.3 -0.5 6.6 47 4.1 4.1 2.9 3.3 59 1.9 2.3 2.2 5.8 62 1.8 1.9 3.1 5.5 54 0.7 3.3 1.0 5.1 65 1.8 2.5 1.4 7.0 65 1.8 4.2 2.7 7.3

99 99 99 99 99 99 98 98 91 86

595 557 473 499 3.01 559 556 549 547 2.94 644 617 560 505 2.87

4.0 0.3 7.0 3.0 4.7 -1.2

64 0.0 65 3.6 63 -1.3

96 0.9 75 14.9 95 2.2 76 30.0 99 2.1 76 22.5

3.8 0.4 6.5 4.5 3.6 7.7 0.0 1.5 5.9

0.8 2.0 1.1 1.0 1.7 1.9 2.5 0.9 1.3 2.4

67 75 76 76 68 74 75 71 76 76

11.1 17.1 6.3 10.0 16.2 24.8 29.0 13.1 19.6 31.7


Active A.I. and Foreign Bulls Ranked By GJPI, December 2018 The 67 highest-ranking bulls with NAAB marketing codes A and F from the official genetic evaluations released by the Council on Dairy Cattle Breeding (CDCB) for December 2018 are listed below. Code A indicates active A.I. progeny proven bulls, while code F designates foreign-proven bulls marketed in the United States. Bulls must be genotyped and have a BBR to be included. Bulls are separated in two groups, with those having AJCA Herd Register status or a Generation Count of 4-6 and a BBR 100, listed first, followed by bulls with Generation Count (GC) 3 or GC 4-6 with a BBR 93 and lower. A total of 121 Jersey bulls with the A and F codes qualified for the

August evaluation release. The group average is +388M, +43F, +25P, CM$ +350, NM$ +328, DPR -0.4, GJUI +11.9 and +100 GJPI. For the complete list of Active A.I. and Foreign Bulls Marketed in the U.S., refer to the Jersey Genetic Summary (Vol. 23, No. 3, online at http://greenbook.usjersey.com). Three-generation AJCA Official Performance Pedigrees are included in the Green Book website. Jersey Performance IndexTM and Appraisal Trait PTAs JPI2017 (first column, second page) combines production and type trait information into a single economic selection index. It includes six MILK, FAT AND PROTEIN

NAME OF BULL

NAAB NO. NO. % REL % % DPR NM ST GT BBR JHI CODE HRDS DTRS RIP % MILK FAT FAT PRO PRO CM$ NM$ FM$ GM$ SCS PL DPR REL CCR HCR LIV GFI %ILE

HERD REGISTER STATUS/GENERATION COUNT OF 4-6/BBR 100 CDF VICEROY-ET A 50K 100 F 11JE1179 72 1021 52 99 1,485 0.03 76 0.04 61 673 648 594 633 3.11 4.7 2.4 90 JX FARIA BROTHERS CALVIN HARRIS {4} A 99K 100 F 14JE704 6 128 99 94 1,457 -0.04 61 0.02 56 598 572 520 526 2.73 3.9 0.3 72 CDF IRWIN STEVE A 80K 100 C 11JE1259 20 90 89 92 937 0.27 101 0.06 47 679 647 579 530 2.94 3.8 -1.8 70 RIVER VALLEY CECE CHROME-ET A 80K 100 F 7JE5004 197 1105 49 99 1,171 0.06 68 0.00 43 569 550 515 503 2.75 4.3 0.3 90 ISDK VJ DROSTRUPGAARD LUSAKA F 50K 100 F 236JE171 122 293 88 339 0.33 82 0.13 38 634 583 476 540 2.72 3.4 1.1 60 CDF LAYNE IVORY-ET A 80K 100 F 11JE1211 47 1002 52 99 1,763 -0.16 49 -0.05 52 555 550 544 503 2.70 5.9 1.5 90 ISDK VJ HORN F 50K 100 F 236JE177 58 80 87 -248 0.45 76 0.20 31 601 536 394 546 2.81 3.8 2.7 65 JX FOREST GLEN HARRIS HALT {5} A 99K 100 F 29JE3989 9 44 93 89 1,583 -0.03 68 0.04 65 559 526 459 401 2.82 3.0 -2.8 68 JX FARIA BROTHERS MESSI {5}-ET A 80K 100 C 200JE913 17 178 98 95 1,454 0.09 89 0.06 66 575 537 455 360 2.90 1.0 -5.3 74 AHLEM AXIS BANCROFT-ET A 99K 100 F 29JE3991 18 52 92 89 1,507 -0.10 50 0.01 56 541 523 485 450 3.00 3.2 -0.7 70

3.4 4.9 0.3 7.7 99 1.8 3.9 -1.0 6.4 98 -1.1 1.7 -0.2 9.9 99 0.5 2.8 -2.9 10.0 92 1.4 2.2 1.4 3.7 99 2.3 2.2 1.4 9.1 92 4.7 3.0 -0.2 1.7 89 -2.4 0.3 -2.4 7.7 88 -5.0 -1.2 -3.2 7.3 89 0.2 1.6 1.7 9.7 88

JX SCHULTZ VOLCANO HARRIS {4} MFW SPARKY IMPISH-ET ISDK VJ HJORTVANGS HOLMER HJORT DP NXLEVEL-ET BW SOLEIL CLOVER PATCH DAZZLER PERRY ISDK VJ HAUGSTEDGAARD HJERN HOJ {6} MISSISKA MACKENZIE-ET JX OOMSDALE CONNER {4}-ET AHLEM BOWMAN LANCER-ET

A 80K 100 F 29JE3866 A 99K 100 F 29JE3987 F 50K 100 F 236JE166 A 80K 100 F 200JE1035 A 50K 100 C 203JE1366 A 99K 100 F 7JE1484 F 50K 100 F 236JE165 A 80K 100 F 200JE1007 A 80K 100 F 200JE1033 A 99K 100 F 29JE3992

2,091 -0.09 80 0.02 79 537 508 446 335 2.87 0.7 -5.7 98 1,476 0.06 83 0.04 62 583 556 497 421 3.10 2.1 -3.1 76 480 0.24 72 0.13 43 565 515 410 470 2.85 2.8 0.7 77 1,161 0.10 77 0.06 55 564 535 470 468 3.20 2.7 -0.6 70 654 0.12 55 0.02 27 566 554 528 549 2.99 6.4 3.7 90 427 0.14 48 0.07 30 516 487 424 467 2.93 5.7 1.8 68 68 0.25 52 0.14 30 521 471 365 471 2.76 3.8 2.5 77 601 0.34 98 0.14 50 610 561 454 431 3.17 1.6 -3.1 97 1,300 -0.07 47 -0.01 45 508 495 471 420 2.90 5.3 -0.6 68 394 0.23 66 0.08 31 531 499 430 485 2.94 3.2 1.4 66

-4.4 0.8 -4.8 7.6 84 -3.2 1.6 -0.4 9.2 95 0.1 0.4 -0.4 2.0 85 0.4 1.6 -1.4 7.9 88 3.3 2.7 4.9 7.1 94 2.3 1.9 -0.1 8.3 79 2.3 3.1 1.4 2.1 76 -2.9 -1.6 -1.8 8.4 96 0.7 6.1 0.7 8.2 81 3.1 3.6 0.7 8.1 82

FOREST GLEN VOLCANO VIPER ROWLEYS 11 VISIONARY CHILI-ET ISDK VJ OSTERGAARD HJERN HOVE BERRYS DIMENSION VARICK-ET CAL-MART MEDALIST PILGRIM DP IRON MAN-ET PEARLMONT AMAZING MEMORY JX FARIA BROTHERS SAINT {4}-ET TOG ALTABLITZ-ET SUNSET CANYON DAKARAI

A 80K 100 F 29JE3936 72 456 59 97 1,414 -0.05 57 0.03 57 497 473 421 370 2.99 2.7 -2.3 84 A 80K 100 F 29JE3867 312 2860 40 99 720 0.07 48 0.09 44 496 459 379 451 2.97 4.3 1.6 96 F 50K 100 F 236JE207 169 421 88 -317 0.52 86 0.19 26 576 514 382 485 2.78 2.5 1.4 68 A 50K 100 F 7JE1331 44 91 3 94 700 0.10 54 0.08 41 497 463 392 416 2.96 3.2 0.3 78 A 50K 100 F 29JE3860 150 880 17 99 1,005 -0.05 37 -0.01 35 483 472 451 470 2.87 5.0 2.8 92 A 80K 100 F 7JE1421 45 61 72 90 500 0.15 55 0.07 32 492 457 387 443 2.67 3.5 1.8 72 A 80K 100 F 11JE1243 17 48 83 89 1,492 0.04 80 0.00 54 551 538 509 441 3.10 2.7 -1.2 68 A 99K 100 F 7JE1477 6 305 95 97 832 0.08 56 0.06 42 494 464 402 424 2.92 3.5 0.4 74 A 99K 100 F 11JE1320 3 11 100 82 901 -0.02 39 0.00 33 486 472 445 405 2.80 5.8 0.1 68 A 29K 100 F 7JE1727 5 114 48 94 59 0.39 80 0.13 27 532 488 395 447 2.87 2.9 0.5 75

-1.2 1.7 -1.1 8.2 77 3.2 4.0 -1.6 8.4 67 1.5 1.8 1.1 1.2 85 0.8 2.4 0.9 7.9 71 4.0 2.2 3.7 8.1 76 2.1 -0.5 -0.4 6.9 66 -1.0 -2.0 -0.7 7.3 90 1.8 2.1 -0.6 7.1 72 0.6 3.7 2.7 9.5 76 0.8 1.0 -1.0 5.4 79

STEINHAUERS SAMSON LEMONHEAD AHLEM DOMINICAN HOBBIT 21931 ISDK VJ HAUGSTEDGAARD HORST RIVER VALLEY PFENNIG PERFECT FIT JX FARIA BROTHERS TARHEEL {4}-ET MFW DAZZLER BORIS-ET ISDK VJ BLANKE JASON JANKO ISDK VJ RONHOLM HICKEY HIAN {6} ISDK VJ LUKOWA WILSONVIEW JEVON MAGNUM-ET

A 80K 100 F 14JE670 A 99K 100 F 203JE1387 F 50K 100 F 236JE251 A 50K 100 F 147JE6213 A 80K 100 F 1JE912 A 80K 100 F 29JE3968 F 50K 100 C 236JE252 F 50K 100 F 236JE167 F 50K 100 F 236JE160 A 50K 100 F 203JE927

292 0.17 48 0.07 25 479 447 381 424 2.72 4.2 1.1 93 1,639 -0.03 71 -0.01 57 484 475 454 369 3.20 1.5 -2.3 95 -153 0.40 72 0.17 28 519 463 342 438 2.82 2.8 1.1 67 679 0.16 65 0.06 36 492 467 412 440 3.00 2.9 1.0 81 303 0.18 50 0.09 28 461 426 353 438 2.80 2.9 2.4 92 444 0.08 37 0.03 22 470 453 418 408 2.86 5.1 0.6 71 -334 0.33 48 0.15 17 464 415 311 392 2.73 4.6 1.1 78 198 0.15 39 0.12 32 425 381 285 444 2.88 2.8 4.0 73 -479 0.44 62 0.18 17 484 430 315 457 2.85 3.4 3.1 73 1,136 0.14 83 0.02 44 505 489 455 454 3.03 1.7 0.9 99

3.0 2.3 0.7 8.9 63 -3.1 1.0 -0.7 9.5 78 1.1 1.3 -1.1 2.6 71 1.2 3.6 -0.1 9.0 73 2.4 1.6 -0.7 7.0 60 1.5 1.6 3.3 8.7 65 1.8 2.5 -0.3 4.1 59 5.0 6.2 -0.3 1.6 55 3.5 4.2 0.3 1.3 60 0.2 -2.0 -2.2 7.0 79

ISDK VJ HIHL ISDK VJ RAVNINGGAARD HAZARD RIVER VALLEY PF MEGAPOWER-ET ISDK VJ ALSTRUP HICKEY HAMA ISDK DNK VJ JERN ISDK VJ HOEHOLT HILDE HUZAR BLUE MIST MORALE JX FARIA BROTHERS LUDA {4}-ET SUN VALLEY JIVE ALL LYNNS SANTANA VANDANA-ET

F 50K 100 F 236JE162 369 1371 77 90 -263 0.29 44 0.18 26 443 384 256 399 2.76 2.8 2.2 80 F 50K 100 F 236JE254 217 675 89 -29 0.41 79 0.15 29 530 481 374 483 2.95 2.3 2.1 74 A 80K 100 C 7JE5011 85 640 44 98 900 0.18 79 0.03 39 483 467 430 398 3.16 1.2 -1.3 86 F 50K 100 F 236JE178 85 146 86 6 0.28 55 0.14 27 488 446 354 484 3.07 4.1 3.6 64 F 50K 100 F 236JE176 95 135 88 248 0.28 67 0.14 36 510 461 355 404 2.86 3.3 -0.3 71 F 50K 100 F 236JE253 126 231 88 -790 0.39 37 0.19 7 440 387 273 434 2.83 4.9 3.8 68 A 50K 100 F 200JE9833 49 247 2 97 1,167 -0.06 43 0.01 44 443 431 402 387 3.09 2.9 0.2 86 A 80K 100 C 200JE1026 12 37 95 88 841 0.16 73 0.06 43 476 450 392 399 3.16 1.1 -0.4 66 A 80K 100 F 200JE1039 2 46 100 89 746 0.08 52 0.07 41 433 404 339 310 3.04 3.0 -2.2 68 A 99K 100 F 203JE1627 3 45 91 90 832 0.02 44 0.05 41 432 403 341 247 2.84 3.6 -4.2 68

2.9 3.2 -0.6 3.7 55 2.6 1.8 -1.0 1.8 79 -0.1 1.1 -1.1 8.1 73 4.7 4.2 -0.1 2.2 63 1.8 2.3 -0.6 4.5 69 5.9 4.6 1.5 1.2 56 0.8 2.6 1.7 6.8 61 0.7 0.2 -0.5 6.8 64 -1.5 2.9 -1.4 8.0 59 -3.7 0.1 0.6 8.8 58

218 5548 29 99 32 167 96 94 288 1040 89 30 93 97 92 41 492 6 98 18 35 94 87 283 1062 89 247 4743 54 99 2 22 100 84 10 27 96 86

265 2136 69 99 83 1800 10 99 63 86 87 9 125 0 95 59 1676 79 99 29 46 87 89 227 570 90 200 499 88 205 450 40 88 217 6474 6 99

ISDK VJ LINK F 50K 100 F 236JE155 724 5024 25 91 -262 0.27 40 0.09 9 418 385 317 392 2.72 4.2 1.7 83 5.4 6.4 2.7 2.1 55 JX KASH-IN SHOOTOUT {5}-P-ET A 13K 100 F 91JE5624 15 159 52 95 166 0.20 47 0.08 21 376 346 283 290 2.80 3.4 -1.2 78 -0.2 3.7 -3.3 5.6 47 WILSONVIEW IF MATT-ET A 80K 100 F 7JE1344 293 2206 60 99 433 0.03 27 0.03 22 342 326 293 316 2.96 3.8 1.3 94 0.9 3.9 0.5 10.2 45 SUNSET CANYON DAUPHIN-ET A 13K 100 F 147JE6225 1 12 100 82 726 0.27 90 0.08 42 463 431 362 318 3.05 -0.3 -3.2 66 -2.8 -0.4 -1.9 7.5 61 SUNSET CANYON MIRROR-ET A 13K 100 F 203JE1638 36 412 49 97 -308 0.30 43 0.12 12 421 385 308 371 2.92 4.6 2.0 84 1.4 1.5 2.0 8.1 55 ISDK DJ ZUMA A 50K 100 F 236JE146 1740 20086 3 99 -494 0.24 23 0.11 4 320 284 210 325 2.74 4.0 2.5 98 4.7 4.3 -0.8 3.4 39 GENERATION COUNT (GC) 3/GC 4-6 WITH A BBR 93 AND LOWER JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO {3}-ET A 80K 92 F 1JE922 29 1102 95 99 2,084 -0.10 77 0.02 79 595 563 497 427 2.75 1.1 -3.6 87 -2.1 0.3 -2.2 6.0 97 JX FARIA BROTHERS LEONEL {3}-ET A 80K 85 F 14JE648 145 3904 57 99 1,297 0.02 65 0.04 55 547 519 460 389 2.91 3.4 -2.1 96 -3.0 -1.4 1.1 4.1 86 JX FARIA BROTHERS GSP {3}-ET A 80K 100 F 200JE1025 39 533 93 98 1,755 -0.03 77 -0.03 56 506 499 485 469 2.92 1.0 0.9 81 -0.1 -2.4 -3.5 6.6 82 JX FARIA BROTHERS JUAN PABLO {3}-ET A 80K 100 C 29JE3943 38 297 69 97 704 0.08 49 0.08 41 494 461 389 417 2.94 3.4 0.5 82 1.2 2.2 1.5 7.6 69 JX FARIA BROTHERS CAMPEONE {3} A 99K 92 C 14JE707 12 29 93 87 1,219 -0.13 30 -0.02 39 478 470 456 395 2.83 5.9 -0.1 67 0.4 1.4 2.8 7.4 76 JX FARIA BROTHERS EUSEBIO {4}-ET A 80K 93 F 1JE921 58 559 97 98 1,693 -0.01 78 0.02 66 528 502 446 319 2.94 1.2 -5.4 76 -4.3 -1.8 -1.1 6.5 83 JX FARIA BROTHERS PROP JOE {3}-ET A 80K 100 F 1JE889 133 4127 58 99 48 0.33 68 0.10 22 506 469 390 403 2.79 3.4 -0.2 96 -1.0 0.6 0.4 6.5 75 JX FARIA BROTHERS TOO SHORT {3}-ET A 13K 100 F 535JE100 2 42 100 89 2,066 -0.07 83 -0.04 66 501 491 473 366 2.86 0.8 -3.2 63 -2.5 -0.2 -2.7 4.7 80 JX FARIA BROTHERS TYWIN {4}-ET A 8K 92 F 535JE61 3 40 28 89 977 0.04 55 0.03 41 457 437 395 401 2.97 3.2 0.7 63 0.8 1.0 -0.7 2.4 62 JX FARIA BROTHERS DJ KHALED {3}-ET A 13K 90 F 97JE90 5 117 96 93 1,693 -0.08 64 -0.04 52 417 416 415 378 3.10 0.3 -0.3 73 0.0 -1.0 -2.8 5.2 59 JX FARIA BROTHERS GARRITY {3}-ET

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C 203JE1633

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91

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JERSEY JOURNAL


Appraisal Traits for Active A.I. and Foreign Bulls Ranked By GJPI factors with weighted averages of 30% PTA Protein; 15% PTA Fat; 8% CFB Milk; 20% Functional Trait Index; 8% CFP Milk; 6% PTA Productive Life (PL); 6% PTA Somatic Cell Score (SCS); 4% Livability; 7% PTA Daughter Pregnancy Rate (DPR);and 2% each for PTA Cow Conception Rate (CCR) and PTA Heifer Conception Rate (HCR). The Predicted Transmitting Ability (PTA) for each of the 15 breakdown traits, final score, and Jersey Udder Index (JUI) are provided below. There are eight two-way traits among the 16 listed: Foot Angle (low or steep); Rear Legs (posty to sickle); Rump Angle (high to low); Teat Placement (wide to close); Udder Depth (deep to shallow); Teat GJPI GJPI REL NAME OF BULL

Length (long to short); Rear Teat Placement Rear View (wide to close); and Rear Teat Placment Side View (close to wide). The weight of each type trait in the Functional Trait Index (FTI) was published in the April 2017 issue on page 24. By group, udder traits comprise 13.8% of FTI, body traits 1.0% and mobility traits 0.2%. Jersey Haplotype Status Official status for Jersey Haplotype 1, based on a genotype of 6K or higher density, is listed: F designating status Free, C designating status Carrier. For more information, contact AJCA Herd Services.

NO. NO. TYPE RTP RTP HERDS DTRS REL FS ST SR DF RA RW RL FA FU RH RW UC UD TP TL RV SV JUI

HERD REGISTER STATUS/GENERATION COUNT OF 4-6/BBR 100 197 94 CDF VICEROY-ET 39 191 87 JX FARIA BROTHERS CALVIN HARRIS {4} 2 186 85 CDF IRWIN STEVE 14 186 94 RIVER VALLEY CECE CHROME-ET 147 178 79 ISDK VJ DROSTRUPGAARD LUSAKA 39 172 93 CDF LAYNE IVORY-ET 32 170 79 ISDK VJ HORN 51 168 81 JX FOREST GLEN HARRIS HALT {5} 1 164 88 JX FARIA BROTHERS MESSI {5}-ET 8 164 83 AHLEM AXIS BANCROFT-ET 13

626 3 83 655 72 633 72 1 70 22

98 0.8 0.9 0.9 0.3 0.7 1.0 0.6 0.0 1.5 0.6 0.2 0.1 0.7 0.2 0.4 0.9 78 1.1 0.1 -0.3 1.0 -0.3 -0.3 -0.6 0.5 1.1 1.0 0.7 0.4 0.9 0.3 -0.1 0.7 91 1.4 1.4 0.1 1.0 1.1 -0.1 0.2 0.0 1.1 1.2 0.8 0.4 1.0 0.8 -0.4 0.8 98 2.6 1.2 -0.2 2.1 0.0 0.4 0.7 0.0 2.0 2.4 1.6 1.5 2.0 2.2 0.1 2.5 79 -0.6 -0.4 -0.5 0.4 1.6 -0.5 0.7 -0.3 -1.5 0.0 0.3 0.1 -0.6 1.1 0.0 -0.3 98 0.1 0.5 0.7 -0.7 0.6 0.5 -0.3 0.1 2.0 -0.4 -0.6 -0.4 1.6 0.0 0.5 0.1 77 -1.3 -1.3 -1.2 -0.3 -0.1 -0.8 0.7 -0.3 -1.7 -1.3 -0.3 0.0 0.0 -1.2 -0.2 -1.0 78 1.3 0.8 0.2 1.5 0.7 -0.2 0.5 -0.1 0.2 1.4 1.1 0.7 0.3 -0.1 0.9 -0.8 90 1.4 0.7 0.3 0.7 0.4 0.0 -0.2 0.4 1.4 1.3 0.5 0.1 2.1 -0.2 0.8 0.2 84 1.7 1.1 -0.5 1.7 1.1 -0.1 -0.7 0.7 1.0 2.4 1.3 0.0 0.7 0.3 -0.2 0.8

-0.5 9.0 -0.6 12.0 -0.1 14.0 1.2 29.5 -0.6 -5.2 -0.6 9.4 -1.0 -9.4 0.2 6.8 0.3 15.7 0.8 13.1

162 99 JX SCHULTZ VOLCANO HARRIS {4} 162 87 MFW SPARKY IMPISH-ET 161 82 ISDK VJ HJORTVANGS HOLMER HJORT 159 85 DP NXLEVEL-ET 159 94 BW SOLEIL 156 82 CLOVER PATCH DAZZLER PERRY 156 81 ISDK VJ HAUGSTEDGAARD HJERN HOJ {6} 155 96 MISSISKA MACKENZIE-ET 155 79 JX OOMSDALE CONNER {4}-ET 155 79 AHLEM BOWMAN LANCER-ET

139 16 152 20 22 9 110 181 1 1

1466 86 450 38 177 20 333 2026 16 6

99 1.1 -0.3 0.6 0.7 0.0 -0.4 -0.4 0.2 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.4 -0.2 0.9 -0.7 90 1.0 -0.7 0.1 0.8 -0.5 0.5 -0.7 0.2 0.6 0.0 0.6 0.6 0.2 1.1 -0.2 1.4 79 -0.2 0.0 -0.5 0.6 1.8 0.0 -0.2 0.0 0.1 -0.4 0.4 -0.8 0.4 0.6 -0.8 -0.4 86 1.2 0.9 -0.1 1.5 1.4 0.0 0.1 -0.5 -0.4 1.6 1.1 0.9 -0.1 -1.1 -0.3 -0.9 95 0.6 0.9 0.1 -0.4 0.0 0.8 -0.2 -0.1 1.4 -0.4 -0.3 -0.5 2.7 -0.3 -0.6 -0.5 83 1.7 0.6 -0.5 1.4 -0.3 -0.2 -0.3 0.2 1.5 1.9 1.1 0.4 1.6 0.9 -0.5 0.9 79 0.5 0.7 0.4 -0.1 -0.7 0.6 0.0 0.9 0.4 -0.2 -0.1 0.2 1.7 0.0 -0.9 -0.4 99 1.6 0.8 0.8 1.3 -0.4 0.5 0.2 0.8 2.0 2.1 1.0 0.0 1.1 0.0 0.7 -0.8 82 1.7 3.5 1.1 0.9 1.1 1.7 -0.1 0.1 2.6 2.5 0.7 -0.5 2.7 -0.6 -0.3 0.6 80 0.8 0.6 0.2 0.6 -0.7 0.5 0.5 0.4 1.4 0.5 0.5 0.2 1.5 1.3 0.1 1.4

-0.2 5.7 -0.2 6.7 -0.8 0.1 -0.7 5.3 -1.2 13.7 -0.3 20.0 -0.1 10.4 0.4 15.1 0.1 23.9 -0.1 14.3

154 91 FOREST GLEN VOLCANO VIPER 154 96 ROWLEYS 11 VISIONARY CHILI-ET 152 77 ISDK VJ OSTERGAARD HJERN HOVE 151 88 BERRYS DIMENSION VARICK-ET 150 95 CAL-MART MEDALIST PILGRIM 149 83 DP IRON MAN-ET 147 81 PEARLMONT AMAZING MEMORY 145 89 JX FARIA BROTHERS SAINT {4}-ET 145 77 TOG ALTABLITZ-ET 145 86 SUNSET CANYON DAKARAI

44 198 53 23 94 20 11 2 0 1

240 1114 124 49 372 25 21 11 0 77

96 1.9 1.7 0.9 1.8 1.2 0.3 1.0 0.5 1.3 1.4 1.3 0.5 1.7 2.2 0.3 1.4 99 1.2 1.2 0.4 1.6 0.4 0.4 0.8 -0.4 0.7 1.0 1.2 0.0 0.8 0.1 -0.1 0.2 76 -0.7 0.3 -0.2 -0.6 -0.1 -0.4 0.2 -0.3 -1.3 -1.6 -0.4 -0.7 0.3 -0.5 -1.4 -1.1 89 1.2 1.9 0.1 0.8 0.6 0.6 0.7 0.4 0.9 1.1 0.6 0.9 1.3 0.9 -0.2 0.9 97 1.2 1.4 1.2 0.6 0.6 0.4 0.4 0.5 1.3 0.5 0.5 1.2 1.0 1.2 0.0 1.3 84 1.0 1.9 0.4 0.9 0.2 0.6 -0.1 0.5 0.9 0.4 0.7 0.4 1.1 0.3 -0.3 1.1 82 1.1 2.0 1.3 0.9 0.1 1.5 0.0 0.8 0.9 1.2 0.7 0.4 0.8 0.4 -0.3 0.1 81 1.1 1.2 0.6 0.8 0.1 0.6 -0.2 0.1 0.6 0.7 0.6 0.5 1.0 0.4 0.9 0.4 78 1.7 0.6 -0.1 1.1 1.0 0.0 -0.2 0.3 1.0 1.8 0.8 0.0 1.0 0.0 -0.8 -0.2 90 -0.1 -0.2 -0.7 0.6 0.5 -0.5 0.4 -0.4 -0.6 -0.1 0.5 0.2 0.7 -0.6 -0.2 -1.0

0.9 19.4 0.8 8.6 -0.2 -7.6 -0.2 16.3 -0.2 15.7 -0.2 11.1 -0.2 11.9 0.4 9.1 -0.1 13.4 -1.1 1.6

145 94 STEINHAUERS SAMSON LEMONHEAD 143 97 AHLEM DOMINICAN HOBBIT 21931 142 80 ISDK VJ HAUGSTEDGAARD HORST 141 89 RIVER VALLEY PFENNIG PERFECT FIT 141 92 JX FARIA BROTHERS TARHEEL {4}-ET 141 82 MFW DAZZLER BORIS-ET 141 84 ISDK VJ BLANKE JASON JANKO 139 80 ISDK VJ RONHOLM HICKEY HIAN {6} 138 80 ISDK VJ LUKOWA 136 99 WILSONVIEW JEVON MAGNUM-ET

146 42 49 7 24 13 132 79 137 146

1018 725 66 55 110 18 300 178 298 1360

98 1.8 3.0 0.4 0.5 0.8 1.2 0.0 1.1 2.1 1.3 0.4 0.3 2.7 1.4 0.9 0.9 99 0.7 -0.2 -0.3 1.0 1.7 -0.6 1.0 0.0 0.3 0.0 0.8 0.1 1.5 1.2 -1.2 1.7 78 -1.1 -0.8 -0.5 -0.3 0.5 -0.5 -0.1 -0.3 -0.3 -0.4 -0.2 -0.8 1.0 -1.4 -0.1 -1.1 91 0.6 0.9 0.8 0.1 0.9 0.5 0.3 0.8 1.2 -0.4 0.1 0.3 1.1 1.2 -0.3 2.2 92 1.7 2.4 1.0 0.9 -0.1 1.2 -0.4 0.9 2.3 1.5 0.7 -0.3 1.7 1.3 -0.6 1.4 83 1.5 -0.9 -1.3 0.9 -0.8 -0.6 -0.7 1.0 2.1 1.7 0.7 0.0 2.0 1.1 -0.3 1.1 81 0.0 -0.2 -0.6 -0.3 -0.6 -0.7 0.1 0.6 1.3 0.6 -0.2 0.3 3.3 -1.2 -0.2 0.1 77 -0.7 -0.8 -0.7 -0.6 0.5 -0.8 1.1 -1.0 -0.4 -0.2 -0.4 0.2 -0.3 -1.3 0.7 -0.3 77 -1.2 -0.7 -0.7 -0.3 1.4 -1.3 0.4 -0.9 -0.8 -1.1 -0.3 -0.2 0.6 -0.9 -0.2 -1.4 99 -0.1 -0.5 -0.2 0.6 1.3 -1.0 0.9 -0.8 -0.6 0.6 0.4 0.4 -1.5 -0.2 1.1 0.4

-1.1 23.0 -1.6 11.5 -1.3 -2.1 -0.7 10.5 -0.6 19.6 -0.2 21.3 -0.2 20.0 0.0 -5.0 -0.7 -4.1 -0.2 -7.3

136 83 ISDK VJ HIHL 135 79 ISDK VJ RAVNINGGAARD HAZARD 133 92 RIVER VALLEY PF MEGAPOWER-ET 133 75 ISDK VJ ALSTRUP HICKEY HAMA 132 82 ISDK DNK VJ JERN 132 79 ISDK VJ HOEHOLT HILDE HUZAR 129 92 BLUE MIST MORALE 127 81 JX FARIA BROTHERS LUDA {4}-ET 126 81 SUN VALLEY JIVE 125 82 ALL LYNNS SANTANA VANDANA-ET

180 76 63 0 65 88 33 2 1 1

580 206 361 0 94 142 112 6 6 2

82 0.3 1.3 0.3 0.2 1.3 0.6 -0.4 0.0 0.5 0.1 0.2 -0.4 2.5 -0.6 0.8 78 -0.7 -0.8 0.6 -1.0 -0.9 0.1 -0.3 0.7 1.0 -0.7 -0.7 -1.5 0.2 -1.9 -0.1 96 1.5 1.9 1.0 1.4 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.3 1.7 1.7 1.1 1.3 1.2 0.7 1.4 68 -0.3 -0.5 0.0 -0.5 0.5 0.0 0.3 0.0 0.2 0.1 -0.4 -0.6 0.4 -1.3 0.8 81 -0.1 0.3 0.5 -0.1 -0.8 0.5 -0.5 0.6 -0.4 -0.1 -0.1 -0.2 -0.8 -1.1 0.4 76 0.4 0.5 0.5 -0.9 -0.3 0.1 -0.1 0.1 2.2 0.8 -0.6 -0.7 3.6 -0.6 -0.1 94 0.7 -0.5 -0.5 0.9 0.4 -0.1 0.2 0.4 0.5 0.7 0.7 -0.5 0.4 0.1 0.2 79 0.8 1.6 1.0 0.7 0.0 1.0 0.3 0.7 1.1 0.2 0.6 0.2 0.3 1.5 0.6 79 1.9 2.0 1.0 1.6 0.4 1.3 -0.2 1.2 1.8 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.4 1.6 0.2 79 1.5 1.4 0.0 1.5 -0.9 0.5 -0.6 0.5 2.1 1.7 1.2 0.2 2.3 -0.3 0.7

-1.0 9.3 0.0 -6.2 0.6 18.5 -0.2 -2.7 0.0 -7.8 -0.1 21.1 -1.1 3.0 -0.4 6.8 -0.1 21.0 0.3 20.2

-0.6 -0.3 0.4 -0.4 -0.5 -0.4 -0.3 1.4 1.1 -0.6

121 85 ISDK VJ LINK 374 2058 83 -0.7 -0.4 -0.7 -0.5 0.2 -0.4 -0.2 0.9 -0.7 -0.5 -0.4 0.1 1.4 -0.7 -0.3 0.0 -0.2 2.9 115 87 JX KASH-IN SHOOTOUT {5}-P-ET 12 46 88 1.7 1.7 0.6 1.4 0.9 0.7 -0.2 0.4 2.7 1.9 1.0 -0.7 3.3 0.5 0.0 0.7 -0.5 25.5 113 94 WILSONVIEW IF MATT-ET 180 607 97 1.4 1.0 -0.2 1.0 0.2 -0.2 0.7 0.4 1.9 1.0 0.7 0.3 2.0 2.0 -0.2 1.5 -0.5 21.1 112 75 SUNSET CANYON DAUPHIN-ET 0 0 76 -0.2 0.9 0.4 0.9 -0.2 0.3 -0.2 0.0 -0.4 -0.1 0.7 -0.1 -0.7 -0.1 1.0 -0.1 -0.1 -6.5 111 91 SUNSET CANYON MIRROR-ET 27 307 96 1.1 1.6 0.7 0.5 0.8 0.9 0.0 0.6 1.2 0.7 0.4 0.3 2.4 -1.0 1.2 -1.2 -0.7 14.0 110 99 ISDK DJ ZUMA 837 11674 99 0.8 -1.7 -1.2 0.4 0.5 -0.6 0.6 0.1 1.0 1.2 0.3 -0.3 2.3 -0.2 -1.0 0.3 -0.7 16.5 GENERATION COUNT (GC) 3/GC 4-6 WITH A BBR 93 AND LOWER 185 92 JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO {3}-ET 10 122 93 1.6 0.7 1.3 0.8 0.5 0.2 -0.1 0.5 0.9 0.7 0.6 0.9 0.1 0.9 0.5 2.0 -0.2 8.7 154 95 JX FARIA BROTHERS LEONEL {3}-ET 88 765 98 1.4 2.7 1.4 -0.1 0.1 1.4 -0.5 0.3 2.4 1.2 -0.1 -0.4 2.8 0.8 0.7 0.0 0.1 20.8 153 90 JX FARIA BROTHERS GSP {3}-ET 15 223 95 1.7 2.4 1.0 1.3 1.0 1.0 0.4 0.4 0.3 1.2 0.9 0.7 0.3 1.6 -0.2 2.3 -0.6 10.5 150 90 JX FARIA BROTHERS JUAN PABLO {3}-ET 18 45 87 1.2 0.5 0.7 -0.6 0.5 0.2 -0.7 0.4 2.2 0.6 -0.4 0.1 2.8 -0.3 0.1 0.0 0.1 20.2 150 80 JX FARIA BROTHERS CAMPEONE {3} 2 2 77 2.0 0.6 -0.3 0.8 -0.2 0.3 -0.6 0.5 2.7 2.1 0.6 0.2 2.6 0.2 0.3 1.1 -0.3 25.4 148 90 JX FARIA BROTHERS EUSEBIO {4}-ET 29 109 92 1.1 1.3 0.5 0.7 0.6 0.0 0.0 0.2 1.1 1.1 0.5 0.2 1.1 0.0 0.9 -0.5 -0.5 10.3 141 95 JX FARIA BROTHERS PROP JOE {3}-ET 58 244 96 1.3 0.6 0.2 0.5 -0.1 0.3 0.0 0.8 1.6 1.0 0.4 0.8 2.2 0.7 0.5 0.5 0.2 20.2 137 80 JX FARIA BROTHERS TOO SHORT {3}-ET 0 0 73 -0.1 -0.1 0.5 0.3 0.5 -0.2 0.4 -0.4 -0.9 -0.6 0.2 -0.2 -1.4 -1.4 1.2 -0.5 0.0 -14.8 136 79 JX FARIA BROTHERS TYWIN {4}-ET 1 8 75 0.0 -0.1 -0.9 0.3 0.7 -0.5 0.2 -0.4 -0.3 -0.3 0.2 -0.3 1.2 -0.4 -0.4 -0.8 -1.3 2.8 128 86 JX FARIA BROTHERS DJ KHALED {3}-ET 1 1 76 1.4 0.9 -0.1 0.7 0.9 0.0 0.3 0.1 0.5 1.5 0.5 0.0 0.7 1.3 0.0 0.7 -0.3 10.1 109 81 JX FARIA BROTHERS GARRITY {3}-ET

JANUARY 2019

1

5

72 0.9 1.3 0.9 -0.4 0.5 0.7 -0.3 0.3 1.8 0.8 -0.3 0.1 2.0 0.7 0.3 0.1 -0.4 16.9

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PERFORMANCE REPORT

Top 10 Bulls Ranked Within Categories The top 10 Active A.I. and Foreign Bulls Marketed in the U.S. (Herd Register Or Generation Count 4-6 And BBR 100 with NAAB status codes A and F) are listed for each evaluated trait. Jersey Performance Indexâ„¢ CDF Viceroy-ET.............................................. 197 JX Faria Brothers Calvin Harris {4}................. 191 River Valley Cece Chrome-ET........................ 186 CDF Irwin Steve.............................................. 186 ISDK VJ Drostrupgaard Lusaka..................... 178 CDF Layne Ivory-ET....................................... 172 ISDK VJ Horn................................................. 170 JX Forest Glen Harris Halt {5}........................ 168 Ahlem Axis Bancroft-ET................................. 164 JX Faria Brothers Messi {5}-ET...................... 164 PTA Protein JX Schultz Volcano Harris {4}........................... 79 JX Faria Brothers Messi {5}-ET........................ 66 JX Forest Glen Harris Halt {5}.......................... 65 MFW Sparky Impish-ET................................... 62 CDF Viceroy-ET................................................ 61 Ahlem Dominican Hobbit 21931....................... 57 Forest Glen Volcano Viper................................ 57 Ahlem Axis Bancroft-ET................................... 56 JX Faria Brothers Calvin Harris {4}................... 56 DP Nxlevel-ET.................................................. 55 PTA Percent Protein Pleasant Nook WR Tequilas Venom-ET......... 0.21 ISDK VJ Horn................................................ 0.20 ISDK VJ Hoeholt Hilde Huzar........................ 0.19 ISDK VJ Ostergaard Hjern Hove................... 0.19 ISDK VJ Lukowa............................................ 0.18 ISDK VJ Hihl.................................................. 0.18 ISDK VJ Haugstedgaard Horst...................... 0.17 Ribblesdale Beaumont.................................. 0.15 ISDK VJ Blanke Jason Janko........................ 0.15 ISDK VJ Ravninggaard Hazard..................... 0.15 Pleasant Nook WR HG Venue....................... 0.15

CDF Viceroy-ET.............................................. 673 ISDK VJ Drostrupgaard Lusaka..................... 634 Missiska Mackenzie-ET.................................. 610 ISDK VJ Horn................................................. 601 JX Faria Brothers Calvin Harris {4}................. 598 MFW Sparky Impish-ET................................. 583 ISDK VJ Ostergaard Hjern Hove.................... 576 JX Faria Brothers Messi {5}-ET...................... 575 River Valley Cece Chrome-ET........................ 569

ISDK VJ Hoeholt Hilde Huzar.......................... 3.8 BW Soleil......................................................... 3.7 ISDK VJ Alstrup Hickey Hama......................... 3.6 ISDK VJ Lukowa.............................................. 3.1 Cal-Mart Medalist Pilgrim................................ 2.8 Pleasant Nook WR HG Venue......................... 2.7 ISDK VJ Horn.................................................. 2.7 ISDK DJ Zuma................................................. 2.5 ISDK VJ Haugstedgaard Hjern Hoj {6}............ 2.5

Net Merit Dollars (NM$) CDF Viceroy-ET.............................................. 648 CDF Irwin Steve.............................................. 647 ISDK VJ Drostrupgaard Lusaka..................... 583 JX Faria Brothers Calvin Harris {4}................. 572 Missiska Mackenzie-ET.................................. 561 MFW Sparky Impish-ET................................. 556 BW Soleil........................................................ 554 River Valley Cece Chrome-ET........................ 550 CDF Layne Ivory-ET....................................... 550 Pearlmont Amazing Memory.......................... 538

Cow Conception Rate (CCR) ISDK VJ Hoeholt Hilde Huzar.......................... 5.9 ISDK VJ Link................................................... 5.4 ISDK VJ Ronholm Hickey Hian {6}.................. 5.0 ISDK DJ Zuma................................................. 4.7 ISDK VJ Alstrup Hickey Hama......................... 4.7 ISDK VJ Horn.................................................. 4.7 Cal-Mart Medalist Pilgrim................................ 4.0 ISDK VJ Lukowa.............................................. 3.5 CDF Viceroy-ET............................................... 3.4 BW Soleil......................................................... 3.3

Fluid Merit Dollars (FM$) CDF Viceroy-ET.............................................. 594 CDF Irwin Steve.............................................. 579 CDF Layne Ivory-ET....................................... 544 BW Soleil........................................................ 528 JX Faria Brothers Calvin Harris {4}................. 520 River Valley Cece Chrome-ET........................ 515 Pearlmont Amazing Memory.......................... 509 MFW Sparky Impish-ET................................. 497 Ahlem Axis Bancroft-ET................................. 485 ISDK VJ Drostrupgaard Lusaka..................... 476

Heifer Conception Rate (HCR) ISDK VJ Link................................................... 6.4 ISDK VJ Ronholm Hickey Hian {6}.................. 6.2 JX Oomsdale Conner {4}-ET........................... 6.1 CDF Viceroy-ET............................................... 4.9 ISDK VJ Hoeholt Hilde Huzar.......................... 4.6 ISDK DJ Zuma................................................. 4.3 ISDK VJ Alstrup Hickey Hama......................... 4.2 ISDK VJ Lukowa.............................................. 4.2 Rowleys 11 Visionary Chili-ET......................... 4.0 Wilsonview If Matt-ET...................................... 3.9 CRF Legal Promise......................................... 3.9 JX Faria Brothers Calvin Harris {4}.................. 3.9

Grazing Merit Dollars (GM$) CDF Viceroy-ET.............................................. 633 BW Soleil........................................................ 549 ISDK VJ Horn................................................. 546 ISDK VJ Drostrupgaard Lusaka..................... 540 CDF Irwin Steve.............................................. 530 JX Faria Brothers Calvin Harris {4}................. 526 River Valley Cece Chrome-ET........................ 503 CDF Layne Ivory-ET....................................... 503 Ahlem Bowman Lancer-ET............................. 485 ISDK VJ Ostergaard Hjern Hove.................... 485

PTA Fat CDF Irwin Steve.............................................. 101 Missiska Mackenzie-ET.................................... 98 Sunset Canyon Dauphin-ET............................. 90 JX Faria Brothers Messi {5}-ET........................ 89 ISDK VJ Ostergaard Hjern Hove...................... 86 Wilsonview Jevon Magnum-ET......................... 83 MFW Sparky Impish-ET................................... 83 ISDK VJ Drostrupgaard Lusaka....................... 82 Sunset Canyon Megatron-ET........................... 81 Sunset Canyon Dakarai.................................... 80 JX Schultz Volcano Harris {4}........................... 80 Pearlmont Amazing Memory............................ 80

PTA Somatic Cell Score DP Iron Man-ET............................................. 2.67 CDF Layne Ivory-ET...................................... 2.70 Steinhauers Samson Lemonhead................. 2.72 ISDK VJ Drostrupgaard Lusaka.................... 2.72 ISDK VJ Link................................................. 2.72 ISDK VJ Blanke Jason Janko........................ 2.73 JX Faria Brothers Calvin Harris {4}................ 2.73 ISDK DJ Zuma............................................... 2.74 River Valley Cece Chrome-ET....................... 2.75 ISDK VJ Haugstedgaard Hjern Hoj {6}.......... 2.76 ISDK VJ Hihl.................................................. 2.76

PTA Percent Fat ISDK VJ Ostergaard Hjern Hove................... 0.52 Pleasant Nook WR Tequilas Venom-ET......... 0.45 ISDK VJ Horn................................................ 0.45 Potterswalls Starbuck.................................... 0.44 ISDK VJ Lukowa............................................ 0.44 ISDK VJ Ravninggaard Hazard..................... 0.41 ISDK VJ Haugstedgaard Horst...................... 0.40 Sunset Canyon Dakarai................................. 0.39 ISDK VJ Hoeholt Hilde Huzar........................ 0.39 Missiska Mackenzie-ET................................. 0.34

PTA Productive Life BW Soleil......................................................... 6.4 CDF Layne Ivory-ET........................................ 5.9 TOG Altablitz-ET.............................................. 5.8 Clover Patch Dazzler Perry............................. 5.7 JX Oomsdale Conner {4}-ET........................... 5.3 MFW Dazzler Boris-ET.................................... 5.1 Cal-Mart Medalist Pilgrim................................ 5.0 ISDK VJ Hoeholt Hilde Huzar.......................... 4.9 Ahlem Valentino Maui 21838........................... 4.8 CDF Viceroy-ET............................................... 4.7

PTA Milk JX Schultz Volcano Harris {4}...................... 2,091 CDF Layne Ivory-ET.................................... 1,763 Ahlem Dominican Hobbit 21931.................. 1,639 JX Forest Glen Harris Halt {5}..................... 1,583 Ahlem Axis Bancroft-ET.............................. 1,507 Pearlmont Amazing Memory....................... 1,492 CDF Viceroy-ET........................................... 1,485 MFW Sparky Impish-ET.............................. 1,476 JX Faria Brothers Calvin Harris {4}.............. 1,457 JX Faria Brothers Messi {5}-ET................... 1,454

PTA Livability BW Soleil......................................................... 4.9 Cal-Mart Medalist Pilgrim................................ 3.7 CRF Legal Promise......................................... 3.4 Ahlem Valentino Maui 21838........................... 3.3 MFW Dazzler Boris-ET.................................... 3.3 All Lynns Louie Valentino-ET........................... 3.2 Royalty Ridge Mb Full Throttle........................ 3.0 BW Citation A-ET............................................ 2.9 TOG Altablitz-ET.............................................. 2.7 ISDK VJ Link................................................... 2.7

Cheese Merit Dollars (CM$) CDF Irwin Steve.............................................. 679

Daughter Pregnancy Rate (DPR) ISDK VJ Ronholm Hickey Hian {6}.................. 4.0

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Genomic Future Inbreeding ISDK VJ Hoeholt Hilde Huzar.......................... 1.2 ISDK VJ Ostergaard Hjern Hove..................... 1.2 ISDK VJ Lukowa.............................................. 1.3 ISDK VJ Ronholm Hickey Hian {6}.................. 1.6 ISDK VJ Horn.................................................. 1.7 ISDK VJ Ravninggaard Hazard....................... 1.8 ISDK VJ Rodme Nygaard Rodme................... 1.9 ISDK VJ Hjortvangs Holmer Hjort.................... 2.0 ISDK VJ Haugstedgaard Hjern Hoj {6}............ 2.1 ISDK VJ Link................................................... 2.1 PTA Type River Valley Cece Chrome-ET......................... 2.6 Heartland Irwin Texas-ET................................ 2.6 Jars Of Clay Barnabas.................................... 2.4 Dutch Hollow Oliver-P..................................... 2.3 Chilli Action Colton-ET..................................... 2.0 River Valley Victorious-ET............................... 2.0 Golden Topeka Dragon-ET.............................. 2.0 Ahlem Valentino Maui 21838........................... 1.9 Ahlem Genominator......................................... 1.9 Forest Glen Volcano Viper............................... 1.9 Sun Valley Jive................................................. 1.9 PTA Stature JX Oomsdale Conner {4}-ET........................... 3.5 Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET............................ 3.4 Steinhauers Samson Lemonhead................... 3.0 JX Faria Brothers Tarheel {4}-ET..................... 2.4 Pleasant Nook WR Tequilas Venom-ET........... 2.4 Jars Of Clay Barnabas.................................... 2.3 J-Kay Tequila Fizz............................................ 2.3 Hometown Branson Advantage-ET................. 2.1 Pearlmont Amazing Memory........................... 2.0 Hometown Samson Genuine-ET..................... 2.0 Sun Valley Jive................................................. 2.0 PTA Strength ISAU Broadlin Aussiegold-P-ET...................... 1.8 Pearlmont Amazing Memory........................... 1.3 Cal-Mart Medalist Pilgrim................................ 1.2 JX Oomsdale Conner {4}-ET........................... 1.1 Sunset Canyon Musket-ET.............................. 1.1 JX Faria Brothers Tarheel {4}-ET..................... 1.0 River Valley PF Megapower-ET....................... 1.0 JX Faria Brothers Luda {4}-ET........................ 1.0 (continued to page 74)

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Top 10 Bulls By Categories (continued from page 72)

Pleasant Nook WR Tequilas Venom-ET........... 1.0 J-Kay Tequila Fizz............................................ 1.0 Sun Valley Jive................................................. 1.0 PTA Dairy Form River Valley Cece Chrome-ET......................... 2.1 Jars Of Clay Barnabas.................................... 2.0 Forest Glen Volcano Viper............................... 1.8 Chilli Action Colton-ET..................................... 1.7 Ahlem Axis Bancroft-ET.................................. 1.7 Heartland Irwin Texas-ET................................ 1.6 Rowleys 11 Visionary Chili-ET......................... 1.6 Sun Valley Jive................................................. 1.6 Hilmar Paul Rancho {5}................................... 1.5 All Lynns Santana Vandana-ET....................... 1.5 DP Nxlevel-ET................................................. 1.5 JX Forest Glen Harris Halt {5}......................... 1.5 PTA Rump Width JX Oomsdale Conner {4}-ET........................... 1.7 Pearlmont Amazing Memory........................... 1.5 Hometown Incentive-ET.................................. 1.3 J-Kay Tequila Fizz............................................ 1.3 Sun Valley Jive................................................. 1.3 Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET............................ 1.2 JX Faria Brothers Tarheel {4}-ET..................... 1.2 Steinhauers Samson Lemonhead................... 1.2 JX Faria Brothers Luda {4}-ET........................ 1.0 Guimo Joel-ET................................................. 1.0 CDF Viceroy-ET............................................... 1.0 ISAU Broadlin Aussiegold-P-ET...................... 1.0 Pleasant Nook WR HG Venue......................... 1.0 PTA Foot Angle Jars Of Clay Barnabas.................................. S1.3 Golden Topeka Dragon-ET............................ S1.3 Guimo Joel-ET............................................... S1.2 Sun Valley Jive............................................... S1.2 Steinhauers Samson Lemonhead................. S1.1 Tog Zorro-PP-ET........................................... S1.1 Pleasant Nook WR HG Venue....................... S1.1 Ahlem Valentino Maui 21838......................... S1.0 MFW Dazzler Boris-ET.................................. S1.0 JX Faria Brothers Tarheel {4}-ET................... S0.9 Hometown Incentive-ET................................ S0.9 ISDK VJ Haugstedgaard Hjern Hoj {6}.......... S0.9 ISDK VJ Link................................................. S0.9 PTA Fore Udder Attachment BW Citation A-ET............................................ 3.3 Ahlem Valentino Maui 21838........................... 3.1 JX Kash-In Shootout {5}-P-ET......................... 2.7 JX Oomsdale Conner {4}-ET........................... 2.6 River Valley Victorious-ET............................... 2.6 Heartland Irwin Texas-ET................................ 2.5 Hometown Catapult-P-ET................................ 2.5 Guimo Joel-ET................................................. 2.4 JX Faria Brothers Tarheel {4}-ET..................... 2.3 Hometown Irresistable-ET............................... 2.3 PTA Rear Udder Height Heartland Irwin Texas-ET................................ 3.2 Dutch Hollow Oliver-P..................................... 3.0 JX Oomsdale Conner {4}-ET........................... 2.5 River Valley Cece Chrome-ET......................... 2.4 Ahlem Axis Bancroft-ET.................................. 2.4 Golden Topeka Dragon-ET.............................. 2.4 Chilli Action Colton-ET..................................... 2.1 Ahlem Valentino Maui 21838........................... 2.1 Missiska Mackenzie-ET................................... 2.1 Jars Of Clay Barnabas.................................... 2.1 PTA Rear Udder Width River Valley Cece Chrome-ET......................... 1.6 Jars Of Clay Barnabas.................................... 1.5 Chilli Action Colton-ET..................................... 1.3 Ahlem Axis Bancroft-ET.................................. 1.3 Forest Glen Volcano Viper............................... 1.3 Heartland Irwin Texas-ET................................ 1.2 Rowleys 11 Visionary Chili-ET......................... 1.2 All Lynns Santana Vandana-ET....................... 1.2 Sun Valley Jive................................................. 1.2 River Valley PF Megapower-ET....................... 1.1 Hilmar Paul Rancho {5}................................... 1.1 Clover Patch Dazzler Perry............................. 1.1 Golden Topeka Dragon-ET.............................. 1.1 DP Nxlevel-ET................................................. 1.1 JX Forest Glen Harris Halt {5}......................... 1.1 PTA Udder Cleft River Valley Cece Chrome-ET......................... 1.5 CRF Legal Promise......................................... 1.4

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Chilli Action Colton-ET..................................... 1.3 River Valley PF Megapower-ET....................... 1.3 Cal-Mart Medalist Pilgrim................................ 1.2 Sun Valley Jive................................................. 1.2 Berrys Dimension Varick-ET............................ 0.9 Ahlem Genominator......................................... 0.9 Guimo Joel-ET................................................. 0.9 J-Kay Tequila Fizz............................................ 0.9 Golden Topeka Dragon-ET.............................. 0.9 DP Nxlevel-ET................................................. 0.9 PTA Udder Depth Guimo Joel-ET............................................... S3.6 ISDK VJ Hoeholt Hilde Huzar........................ S3.6 Ahlem Valentino Maui 21838......................... S3.4 BW Citation A-ET.......................................... S3.4 Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET.......................... S3.3 JX Kash-In Shootout {5}-P-ET....................... S3.3 ISDK VJ Blanke Jason Janko........................ S3.3 Heartland Irwin Texas-ET.............................. S3.0 Hometown Irresistable-ET............................. S2.8 Hometown Catapult-P-ET.............................. S2.8 Golden Topeka Dragon-ET............................ S2.8 PTA Teat Placement River Valley Cece Chrome-ET.......................C2.2 Forest Glen Volcano Viper.............................C2.2 Wilsonview If Matt-ET....................................C2.0 River Valley Victorious-ET.............................C1.9 CRF Legal Promise.......................................C1.7 Sun Valley Jive...............................................C1.6 BW Citation A-ET..........................................C1.5 JX Faria Brothers Luda {4}-ET......................C1.5 Ahlem Fastrack Patriot 21976-ET..................C1.4 Steinhauers Samson Lemonhead.................C1.4 Rear Teat Placement Rear View CRF Legal Promise.......................................C3.2 River Valley Cece Chrome-ET.......................C2.5 River Valley PFennig Perfect Fit.....................C2.2 Heartland Irwin Texas-ET..............................C2.1 Clooney Conquerer-ET..................................C1.9 Ahlem Dominican Hobbit 21931....................C1.7 Hilmar Paul Rancho {5}.................................C1.7 JX Wilsonview Marvel Soul {4}-ET................C1.6 Jars Of Clay Barnabas..................................C1.6 Hilmar Paul Bronco {5}-ET............................C1.5 Wilsonview If Matt-ET....................................C1.5 Hometown Branson Advantage-ET...............C1.5 Rear Teat Placement Side View Chilli Action Colton-ET................................... B1.4 River Valley Cece Chrome-ET....................... B1.2 Forest Glen Volcano Viper............................. B0.9 Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET.......................... B0.8 Rowleys 11 Visionary Chili-ET....................... B0.8 Ahlem Axis Bancroft-ET................................ B0.8 River Valley PF Megapower-ET..................... B0.6 Heartland Irwin Texas-ET.............................. B0.6 Jars Of Clay Barnabas.................................. B0.6 Hometown Incentive-ET................................ B0.5 Guimo Joel-ET............................................... B0.5 Multi-Rose Credibull Comet-PP-ET............... B0.5

Jersey A.I. Leaders Form New Global Company–URUS In early October 2018, two large bovine A.I. companies announced a merger, combining two strong Jersey sire lineups. Alta Genetics and GENEX, also known as Koepon Holding BV and Cooperative Resources International (CRI), have joined their forces to form the new, global company URUS. URUS boasts an impressive Jersey sire lineup that includes three of the Top 10 sires on the Active A.I. List. They are the nation’s leading GJPI bull, CDF ViceroyET, GJPI +197, CDF Irwin Steve, GJPI +186, and CDF Layne Ivory-ET, GJPI +172. “While URUS is a new name in the global agriculture industry, its roots run deep,” stated Cees Hartmans, CEO, in a press release. “The companies within the URUS family have a history of serving dairy and beef producers across the world. Now, as part of this new organization, these companies are even better positioned to meet the future needs of members and clients.” Drawing from its parent organizations, URUS is a holding company with both cooperative and private ownership. The companies that compose URUS include AgSource, Alta Genetics, GENEX, Jetstream Genetics, PEAK/GENESIS, The Saskatoon Colostrum Company (SCCL) and Valley Ag Service (VAS). More information can be found at the company’s website: urus.org.

Jersey Udder IndexTM Heartland Irwin Texas-ET.............................. 33.2 Ahlem Valentino Maui 21838......................... 30.8 Guimo Joel-ET............................................... 29.9 River Valley Victorious-ET............................. 29.9 River Valley Cece Chrome-ET....................... 29.5 BW Citation A-ET.......................................... 28.4 Golden Topeka Dragon-ET............................ 27.9 Chilli Action Colton-ET................................... 26.6 JX Kash-In Shootout {5}-P-ET....................... 25.5 Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET.......................... 25.3

Richard Clauss and Family 21672 Bloss Ave. Hilmar, CA 95324

209/632-3333 claussjerz@yahoo.com

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Top Polled Females with Genomic Evaluations by GJPI, December 2018 by chip density. Cows must have calved within the past 27 months and not have a termination code associated with the current lactation. Heifers were not older than three years of age on December 1, 2018, and did not have a GPTA based on lactation information. Official status for Jersey Haplotype 1, based on a genotype of 6K or higher density is listed: F designating status Free, C designating status Carrier.

The top 36 polled females for genomic Jersey Performance Index™ (GJPI of +170 and higher) are listed. Females are separated in two groups, with those having AJCA Herd Register status or a Generation Count of 4-6 and a BBR 100, listed first, followed by females with Generation Count (GC) 3 or GC 4-6 with a BBR 93 and lower. Evaluations are calculated from animal’s own genotype indicated NAME REGISTRATION OWNER GT BBR JH1 REC REL MILK

GENOMIC PREDICTED TRANSMITTING ABILITY %F FAT %P PROT CM$ NM$ FM$ GM$ SCS

PL

DPR CCR HCR FS PTAT JUI GFI GJPI

HERD REGISTER STATUS/GENERATION COUNT OF 4-6/BBR 100 JX AVI-LANCHE DISCO HONEY 25398 {4}-P-ET AVILA RICHARD & JENNIFER KASH-IN CRAZE 56055-P RANCHO TERESITA DAIRY JX CO-OP UPD JODECI 43300 12082 {4}-P-ET GENESIS COOPERATOR HERD / JX FARIA BROTHERS STEPH NYC {4}-P-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS KLAY 392803 {4}-P-ET FARIA DAIRY JX AHLEM TRADITION LADY 52210 {6}-P HAWARDEN JERSEYS INC JX FARIA BROTHERS KLAY 392937 {4}-P-ET FARIA DAIRY JX DUTCH HOLLOW GOT MAID WYNN {6}-P DUTCH HOLLOW FARM OAK LANE DISCO 2210-P-ET OAK LANE JERSEYS JX SCHULTZ RONDO 5196 {4}-P-ET HUFFARD DAIRY FARMS

840003148504294

9K 100 F

0

70 1,038

0.02

54

0.01 40

640 622 586 560 2.84

6.8

1.2

0.9 1.5 2.3 40.1 7.5 197

840003200361859

9K 100 F

0

70 1,018

0.03

54

-0.01 34

644 634 616 616 2.81

840003151231803

9K 100 F

0

70

921

0.14

72

0.08 49

653 616 536 513 2.86

7.9

3.3

3.6 3.4 1.5 23.2 8.7 193

5.5

-0.9 -1.2 2.3 1.9 20.0 7.3 191

840003149329505

29K 100 F

0

70 1,385

0.01

68

0.04 58

840003148044322

29K 100 F

0

71

929

0.06

56

0.03 40

612 582 519 497 2.85

3.7

-0.6 -0.7 1.2 1.2 17.8 5.1 184

610 587 540 543 2.86

5.7

1.5

0.9 1.9 1.7 25.3 5.9 184

067952210

9K 100 F

0

71 1,071

0.07

66

0.07 53

622 586 510 482 2.91

4.7

-1.2 -0.1 0.5 1.5 20.0 7.8 183

840003148044456

29K 100 F

0

69 1,550

0.00

73

-0.01 54

631 616 587 542 2.91

4.7

0.2

0.2 1.8 1.6 14.8 5.4 182

840003144080163

45K 100 F

0

72 1,025

0.06

62

0.05 47

612 581 517 490 2.77

5.2

-0.8

0.1 3.0 1.7 23.7 8.2 182

067692210

45K 100 F

0

72

819

0.08

55

0.04 38

610 585 533 518 2.86

7.0

0.8

1.7 1.2 1.6 24.9 8.7 180

840003149135127

45K 100 F

0

70 1,323

0.01

65

0.03 53

586 560 506 429 2.78

4.3

-2.6 -2.2 0.5 1.6 24.5 5.4 179

JX SF ENZO 19802 {4}-P-ET 840003201082883 STAAS FARM INC FOREST GLEN LISTOWEL LILLY-P 067784776 FOREST GLEN JERSEYS JX KASH-IN DISCO FROST {6}-P-ET 840003144014897 VIERRA DAIRY FARMS JX CO-OP UPD WORLD CUP 43300 11994 {4}-P-ET 840003146475899 UNITED PRIDE DAIRY, LLC PINE-TREE LISTOWEL DELLA 1598-P-ET 067671598 STEINER, MATTHEW

14K 100 F

0

70 1,289

-0.04

53

0.03 52

571 544 491 471 2.79

5.0

0.1 -0.1 1.5 1.8 22.1 6.7 179

45K 100 F

0

73

915

0.06

55

0.07 47

568 532 456 492 2.78

4.9

1.1

2.0 3.3 0.9 12.4 8.2 178

9K 100 F

0

71

736

0.08

51

0.08 43

587 548 466 481 2.73

5.6

0.3

0.9 2.5 1.2 22.6 8.0 177

9K 100 F

0

70

505

0.18

61

0.09 37

605 567 485 470 2.86

5.9

-0.9 -0.3 3.1 1.6 25.3 8.6 177

45K 100 F

0

73

839

0.07

54

0.05 40

580 550 489 498 2.73

5.9

1.2

JX BAMBOO LISTOWEL 378 {6}-P CMA LIVESTOCK JER-Z-BOYZ LISTOWEL MAE 60685-P JER-Z-BOYZ JX JER-Z-BOYZ KLAY MAE 62042 {4}-P-ET SELECT SIRES INC - SIRE D JX FOREST GLEN LISTOWEL SIS {6}-P FOREST GLEN JERSEYS JX PINE-TREE AHS KLAY HAVS 401 {4}-P-ET STEINER, MATTHEW

840003132248041

14K 100 F

0

73 1,374

-0.04

57

0.03 56

556 529 472 438 2.85

3.8

-0.9 -0.7 1.0 0.9 10.0 8.6 175

173167814

45K 100 F

0

74 1,242

0.07

73

0.03 50

597 575 527 505 2.92

4.4

0.1

0.0 -0.8 1.2 17.7 7.4 175

173269468

45K 100 F

0

71 1,199

0.04

65

0.00 44

592 574 538 480 2.76

5.0

-0.9

0.1 1.2 1.9 24.3 6.5 175

067784160

45K 100 F

0

73 1,101

0.08

70

0.07 55

586 548 466 470 2.87

3.8

-0.7 -0.3 1.4 1.3

067398401

45K 100 F

0

71 1,457

0.01

71

0.00 53

595 579 546 493 2.98

4.0

-0.6 -0.4 0.8 1.7 12.7 7.5 174

JX SANDCREEKS LISTOWEL FIESTA {6}-P-ET SAND CREEK DAIRY LLC JX JER-Z-BOYZ KLAY MAE 61978 {4}-PP-ET JER-Z-BOYZ JX CO-OP WORLD CUP 43300 1065 {4}-P-ET KESSENICH FARMS LLC JX WILSONVIEW KLAY FYNN {4}-P WILSONVIEW DAIRY JX KASH-IN AVON KLAY 55753 {4}-P-ET RANCHO TERESITA DAIRY

840003146083322

14K 100 F

0

73 1,312

-0.05

52

0.03 53

557 531 477 455 2.81

5.1

-0.4

1.6 1.5 1.0 15.5 8.1 176

0.9 2.7 1.1

9.6 8.4 174

9.0 8.7 174

173268832

45K 100 F

0

72 1,123

0.03

60

0.03 46

576 550 498 454 2.73

4.9

-1.1 -0.6 0.9 1.9 19.0 6.7 174

840003146960065

9K 100 F

0

70

924

0.04

53

0.05 43

580 552 494 488 2.86

6.0

0.6

0.9 3.3 1.2 17.9 8.4 174

173450705

45K 100 F

0

72

874

0.10

62

0.06 43

588 558 496 495 2.88

5.3

0.3

0.7 2.4 1.7 22.4 7.7 173

840003150864739

9K 100 F

0

71 1,196

-0.06

44

0.01 46

568 548 508 510 2.85

6.1

1.7

2.1 2.9 1.7 19.6 7.8 172

JX OAK LANE RADICAL 2208 {6}-PP-ET 067692208 45K 100 F 0 71 1,095 -0.02 48 0.02 43 565 546 508 503 2.90 5.7 0.9 1.8 2.8 1.7 22.8 7.6 172 OAK LANE JERSEYS JX KASH-IN DISCO 52500 {6}-P-ET 840003144014861 9K 100 F 0 71 546 0.12 51 0.07 33 570 537 471 480 2.74 5.6 0.4 1.1 2.9 1.6 28.6 8.0 172 RANCHO TERESITA DAIRY JX KASH-IN GOT MAID 54590 {6}-P-ET 840003148076003 9K 100 F 0 72 955 0.11 69 0.07 49 554 515 436 437 2.75 2.3 -1.2 -0.9 1.5 1.2 14.3 7.4 171 RANCHO TERESITA DAIRY SUNSET CANYON DAYBREAK DAFFY 878-P-ET 172552664 45K 100 F 0 76 799 0.12 63 0.08 45 569 535 462 474 3.03 4.2 -0.1 0.4 3.2 0.7 12.5 7.6 171 SILVA, ERIC LEONARD JX FARIA BROTHERS STEPH 402281 {4}-P-ET 840003149324786 29K 100 F 0 71 1,425 0.10 89 0.03 57 624 600 549 488 2.98 3.1 -1.7 -1.2 0.0 0.6 3.9 5.4 170 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES

GENERATION COUNT (GC) 3/GC 4-6 WITH A BBR 93 AND LOWER JX FARIA BROTHERS KLAY SLO {3}-P-ET 840003148047542 99K GENEX COOPERATIVE INC JX FARIA BROTHERS LOUISVILLE {3}-P-ET 840003148045772 99K PEAK GENETICS JX FARIA BROTHERS CESPEDES 444195 {4}-P-ET 840003200560286 50K FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDINHO 352006 {4}-P-ET 840003143561466 99K FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS STEPH 402190 {3}-P-ET 840003149324695 29K FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES

93

F

0

69 1,308

0.06

74

0.02 51

649 629 585 573 2.94

4.8

0.7

1.4 2.7 1.1 23.4 3.0 192

88

F

0

70 1,615

-0.11

53

-0.03 51

586 580 568 547 2.91

4.9

1.7

1.6 2.7 2

28.8 3.7 182

89

F

0

69

688

0.13

60

0.09 44

604 563 476 490 2.84

5.4

0.1

0.1 0.9 2

25.7 4.9 179

87

F

0

72 1,551

-0.06

60

0.02 61

584 559 505 481 2.92

3.8

-0.6

0.3 2.2 1.8 17.2 5.0 178

90

F

0

71 1,172

0.04

64

0.03 48

600 578 532 487 2.97

4.5

-0.5 -1.6 1.0 1.9 29.6 5.3 174

JX FARIA BROTHERS KLAY 392947 {3}-P-ET 840003148044466 29K 100 F 0 72 1,430 -0.03 61 -0.02 48 577 568 548 531 2.96 4.0 1.3 1.3 2.1 1.6 20.6 5.7 173 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES

JANUARY 2019

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Top 150 Cows with Genomic Evaluations by GJPI, December 2018 have a termination code associated with the current lactation. Evaluations are calculated from the information source listed in the GT column, either (1) her own genotype indicated by the chip density; or (2) GI, genotype imputed from genotypes of progeny. Official status for Jersey Haplotype 1 based on a genotype of 6K or higher density is listed: F designating status Free, C designating status Carrier.

The top 150 cows recorded in the AJCA Herd Register are listed in rank order for genomic Jersey Performance Indexâ„¢ (GJPI). Cows are separated in two groups, with those having AJCA Herd Register status or a Generation Count of 4-6 and a BBR 100, listed first, followed by females with Generation Count (GC) 3 or GC 4-6 with a BBR 93 and lower. The cut-off level for this report was JPI +167. Ties are broken by PTA protein. Cows must have calved within the past 27 months and not NAME REGISTRATION OWNER GT BBR JH1 REC REL

MILK

%F

GENOMIC PREDICTED TRANSMITTING ABILITY FAT %P PROT CM$ NM$ FM$ GM$ SCS PL

LIV DPR CCR HCR FS PTAT JUI

GFI GJPI

HERD REGISTER STATUS/GENERATION COUNT OF 4-6/BBR 100 CAL-MART FASTRACK WYN 8375 067368375 29K 100 F 1 79 693 0.28 90 0.10 45 769 728 639 649 2.90 6.7 1.3 1.0 0.5 1.3 81 1.6 22.4 7.6 212 MARTIN DAIRY LLC JX FARIA BROTHERS EUSEBIO 309292 {4}-ET 840003136550601 29K 100 F 1 79 1,696 0.13 108 0.03 68 720 689 623 534 2.83 3.2 -0.8 -3.1 -1.7 -0.6 76 0.2 -3.8 4.2 197 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO 303857 {4} 840003136545166 29K 100 F 1 80 1,054 0.18 87 0.12 62 666 611 496 498 2.75 3.0 -0.4 -1.7 -1.1 1.2 76 0.9 9.3 6.2 193 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO 297313 {4} 840003135159164 7K 100 F 1 79 1,601 0.00 77 0.01 60 644 619 568 550 2.72 3.5 -0.3 0.1 0.3 1.6 83 1.0 10.8 6.8 193 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS CALVIN 306419 {4} 840003136547728 29K 100 F 1 78 975 0.10 67 0.05 46 633 599 529 546 2.66 4.9 -0.3 0.6 1.7 3.0 1.3 19.0 3.8 193 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES OAKLANE CHISEL DELLA 2130-ET ALLEN, DAVID JX FARIA BROTHERS CHILI FIORENTINA {5} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES YOSEMITE VICEROY ISAAC 35864 YOSEMITE JERSEY DAIRY CDF RENEGADE IMPULS P39638-ET TATE, BROCK JX FARIA BROTHERS CALVIN 306933 {5} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES

067742130 13K 100 F 2 79

627 0.21

73 0.09 41 674 634 550 559 2.81 5.6 2.3 0.4 1.0 2.1 84 1.6 21.4 8.1 191

840003124755337 13K 100 F 2 82

888 0.13

68 0.12 57 633 580 467 531 2.82 4.3 -0.7 0.9 1.6 2.2 82 0.6 10.4 7.2 188

840003137374887 9K 100 F 1 78 1,354 0.01 66 0.03 54 635 612 564 593 2.96 4.8 0.9 2.4 3.1 1.7 85 1.2 13.3 7.8 188 840003008236650 14K 100 F 5 83

490 0.29

81 0.13 44 670 621 514 573 2.89 4.5 0.3 1.0 1.9 2.2 87 0.9 12.4 7.7 188

840003136548242 29K 100 F 1 79 1,007 0.09

67 0.07 50 597 561 485 510 2.81 3.4 -1.2 0.1 0.7 2.6 87 1.0 19.4 4.9 187

CDF VICEROY MARCIN W6323 {6} C & S LIVESTOCK CDF STEVE VERN W7252 C & S LIVESTOCK SHAN-MAR REGENCY CHARLA-ET GARDNER MARK & SHANNON JX CDF VICEROY SOLEIL W6334 {5} C & S LIVESTOCK SHAN-MAR HILARIO CHARLENE-ET GARDNER MARK & SHANNON

840003136717121 9K 100 C 1 77 1,334 0.05

74 0.05 58 635 604 537 508 2.90 4.0 -0.4 -1.2 -0.6 2.6 81 1.7 14.7 8.7 186

347 0.33

82 0.18 48 675 615 483 527 3.03 4.2 0.7 -0.3 -1.1 0.0 90 1.1 10.6 8.5 184

JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO PARIS {4} STEINER, MATTHEW KASH-IN CHROME 47024-ET RANCHO TERESITA DAIRY JCJ TRAJECTORY 36201 AHLEM BROTHERS JX JCJ VICEROY 35978 {5} AHLEM BROTHERS FOREST GLEN DAYBREAK TIA FOREST GLEN JERSEYS

840003136545788 13K 100 F 1 78 1,691 -0.04

72 0.02 66 595 564 502 435 2.73 2.8 -1.4 -3.1 -1.5 2.1 85 1.4 13.4 5.5 183

JX JCJ VICEROY 36143 {6} AHLEM BROTHERS VALSIGNA CHROME 28198 WICKSTROM DAIRIES L.P. JX CAL-MART PHARO MAGY 8970 {6} MARTIN DAIRY LLC JX BAMBOO VICEROY 4527 {4} AHLEM, CHARLES FARIA BROTHERS MAGNUM 237957 {5} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES

840003138396807 45K 100 F 1 79

840003139320521 9K 100 C 1 76 752 0.29 95 0.08 43 673 639 565 524 2.94 4.0 0.2 -1.9 -1.2 2.3 84 1.3 16.3 9.3 186 067871250 29K 100 F 1 80 1,046 0.12 840003136717132 29K 100 F 1 78 1,611 -0.10 067180910 8K 100 F 3 84

74 0.13 64 647 597 485 504 3.10 3.9 -0.9 -1.1 -0.5 1.4 80 1.5

7.8 9.3 185

56 -0.04 50 593 589 583 593 2.98 5.8 1.9 3.5 3.9 4.8 84 1.2 13.8 6.8 184

840003131679220 13K 100 F 2 81 390 0.24 66 0.13 41 587 533 420 483 2.68 4.3 -1.3 0.5 0.6 2.5 80 1.5 16.2 9.0 183 840003138396865 14K 100 F 1 78 1,614 0.04 86 0.03 65 654 627 570 503 3.02 4.2 -1.3 -2.2 -0.9 1.5 76 0.6 840003135882272 29K 100 F 1 79 1,077 0.07

8.6 7.7 181

65 0.05 49 615 587 527 517 2.95 5.6 0.0 0.3 0.5 2.4 78 1.3 23.2 8.3 181

067527168 13K 100 F 3 82 915 0.09 62 0.06 46 597 565 495 538 2.87 4.6 0.8 1.4 2.9 4.8 80 0.4 0.4 6.7 181

549 0.17

61 0.11 42 618 577 487 532 3.01 6.1 1.3 1.3 2.3 4.2 74 1.2 23.3 8.7 180

119555185 14K 100 F 1 80 875 0.08 58 0.01 33 572 556 526 519 2.79 6.2 -0.5 1.4 1.7 2.0 80 2.5 31.6 8.7 180 067708970 45K 100 F 0 76 1,189 0.04

64 0.03 48 625 602 554 490 2.87 5.5 2.4 -1.1 -1.0 1.1

2.0 22.3 8.0 179

840003134128713 14K 100 F 1 78 1,139 0.09

73 0.05 52 623 597 538 570 3.12 3.9 0.2 1.8 1.4 2.3 80 1.1 15.0 7.1 178

840003013117280 13K 100 F 2 81

76 0.06 46 624 591 522 523 2.81 4.7 -0.3 0.4 0.2 0.4

937 0.15

BAR MB LEMONHEAD SERENA 12996 840003138514821 45K 100 F 1 80 707 0.10 BOER, GERRET JX FARIA BROTHERS HARRIS JUVENTUS {5}-ET 840003124753488 13K 100 F 3 85 2,182 -0.09 FARIA DAIRY JX FARIA BROTHERS NXLEVEL 310004 {6}-ET 840003138448131 29K 100 F 1 79 1,797 -0.04 FARIA DAIRY JX TWINRIDGE LETTY {4} 840003138901561 9K 100 F 0 74 1,229 -0.03 VIERRA DAIRY FARMS AVI-LANCHE LEMON SUNSHINE 16399 840003131651279 45K 100 F 1 80 1,108 -0.01 AVILA RICHARD & JENNIFER

0.5

5.2 7.6 177

54 0.09 43 584 545 463 488 2.83 5.2 0.9 0.3 1.9 3.3 80 2.0 23.7 8.3 177 83 0.00 78 595 574 529 466 2.98 2.0 -2.8 -2.0 -1.8 1.0 87 -0.1 -4.2 6.0 176 77 0.01 67 619 598 553 513 3.04 3.9 -0.8 -0.5 -0.2 1.5

0.4

-3.9 7.3 176

52 0.03 51 562 534 478 471 2.78 4.8 0.8 0.2 1.0 2.8 81 1.2 17.1 6.6 176 51 0.05 51 571 540 475 532 2.91 4.4 0.1 2.2 3.3 2.0 84 1.1 14.5 6.5 176

JX JCJ IVORY 35333 {5} 840003135881627 14K 100 C 1 79 1,380 -0.07 50 -0.01 48 593 577 546 556 2.76 6.5 1.8 3.0 2.5 2.1 77 0.5 11.3 7.0 176 AHLEM BROTHERS JX RIVER VALLEY CHROME CHERITA 1261 {5}-ET 840003126479388 13K 100 F 2 81 965 0.11 68 0.04 42 584 563 516 506 2.99 4.8 -0.4 0.5 0.5 0.9 88 2.2 22.7 7.2 176 RIVER VALLEY FARM JX FARIA BROTHERS VOLCANO PSG {4} 840003124754476 13K 100 F 2 82 1,962 -0.07 79 -0.02 67 580 566 537 452 2.97 2.6 -1.6 -2.5 -1.3 2.7 81 1.0 6.2 6.1 175 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS EUSEBIO 305784 {5}-ET 840003136547093 29K 100 F 1 80 1,727 0.00 82 0.02 67 593 565 508 437 2.86 2.3 -1.7 -2.8 -2.2 0.2 78 0.8 6.2 7.2 175 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES CDF VICEROY LAYNE W6091 840003136716889 29K 100 F 1 79 681 0.14 61 0.06 36 589 562 505 520 2.92 6.0 1.3 1.5 1.4 3.5 77 1.2 22.5 9.3 175 C & S LIVESTOCK JCJ IVORY 36632

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840003138397296 45K 100 F 1 79 1,914 -0.14

61 -0.02 65 574 557 524 433 2.79 4.2 0.1 -1.9 -2.2 0.5 79 0.8 12.4 9.3 174

JERSEY JOURNAL


NAME REGISTRATION OWNER GT BBR JH1 REC REL

AHLEM BROTHERS JX ROC-BOT MACKENZIE 7951 {5} ROCK BOTTOM DAIRY FARIA BROTHER BLADE 236683 {4} FARIA DAIRY CAL-MART SYSCO FALYNN 8393 MARTIN DAIRY LLC JX SCHIRM HARRIS LUNA {5} SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / ACC

MILK

%F

GENOMIC PREDICTED TRANSMITTING ABILITY FAT %P PROT CM$ NM$ FM$ GM$ SCS PL

LIV DPR CCR HCR FS PTAT JUI

GFI GJPI

067397951 29K 100 F 2 80 1,117 0.13

81 0.09 58 652 614 529 507 3.05 4.0 0.5 -1.1 -0.9 -0.9 80 1.2

6.4 6.7 174

840003013118554 13K 100 F 3 83 1,067 0.07

66 0.05 49 585 556 494 515 2.92 3.9 0.7 0.9 1.4 4.6 81 0.7

5.0 6.5 174

982 0.13

73 0.05 46 616 585 519 479 2.77 4.9 1.5 -0.8 -1.2 0.5 77 0.9

7.5 8.7 174

067581744 13K 100 F 1 79 1,343 0.10

84 0.06 61 625 591 518 478 3.00 2.9 -1.1 -2.1 -1.4 0.8 86 1.0

3.8 7.7 173

JX FARIA BROTHERS CHILI 300088 {4} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES D&E VICEROY SUNSHINE 13484-ET AVILA RICHARD & JENNIFER WILSONVIEW IMPISH MARIN WILSONVIEW DAIRY JX FARIA BROTHERS MAGNUM 255518 {4} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES TWIN STAR CHILI 3088 TWIN STAR DAIRY

840003136541397 13K 100 F 1 80 1,105 0.07

67 0.08 56 565 526 443 478 2.91 3.4 -2.5 0.0 1.7 3.1 84 1.2

6.5 8.1 173

JX FARIA BROTHERS CHILI MEDELLIN {5} PEAK GENETICS RED TOP VICEROY 38964 {4} RED TOP JERSEYS SHAN-MAR MACKENZIE CHARINA GARDNER MARK & SHANNON JX FARIA BROTHERS LEONEL 128574 {4} FARIA DAIRY RVVF MACKENZIE 44800 VICTORY FARMS LLC

840003136541797 99K 100 F 1 79 1,308 0.03

69 0.06 60 564 530 456 458 2.97 2.8 -2.1 -1.1 0.5 3.6

1.1 10.6 7.4 172

840003140916791 9K 100 C 0 74

67

1.1 13.4 6.7 172

067368393 29K 100 F 1 78

067613484 13K 100 F 3 82 1,348 -0.06 52 0.02 53 567 546 501 543 2.99 4.6 0.3 2.5 3.3 3.5 87 0.4 9.1 6.0 173 119828018 29K 100 F 1 78

614 0.23

840003125527579 50K 100 F 2 82 1,507 0.03 067683088 45K 100 F 1 79

067871223 29K 100 F 2 80

464 0.18

1,089 0.07

76 0.14 51 603 552 440 460 3.08 3.0 0.3 -1.3 -1.0 2.0

0.9 15.0 9.1 173

78 -0.03 48 612 607 598 542 3.02 4.3 -0.3 0.4 0.3 -0.3 82 1.2 21.0 5.8 173 58 0.11 39 563 520 428 504 2.90 4.3 -0.4 1.6 2.1 3.8 83 1.1 14.6 8.3 173

0.08 55 585 550 472 512 3.05 4.0 -2.1 0.8 1.7 2.9

602 0.30 89 0.16 54 644 586 459 483 2.99 3.0 -0.6 -1.2 -1.7 -0.7 82 0.5

3.6 8.4 172

840003136700304 45K 100 F 1 79

848 0.19

79 0.11 53 624 576 474 484 2.85 3.3 1.5 -0.5 -0.7 0.3

0.9 3.9 172

067444800 13K 100 F 1 79

593 0.25

79 0.11 44 619 578 486 482 3.03 3.4 1.3 -1.1 -1.2 0.8 86 1.7 16.2 8.6 172

0.4

AHLEM KWYNN PAULA 49791 067749791 45K 100 F 0 76 660 0.13 SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / ACC FOOTHILL IVORY 24050 {4} 840003135648394 14K 100 F 1 78 1,136 -0.03 AHLEM FOOTHILL FARMS JX HAYS-VIEW CHROME JUDITH {5} 067279449 29K 100 F 1 79 539 0.22 MARTIN, LARRY JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO 308400 {4} 840003136549709 29K 100 F 1 80 1,725 -0.05 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES BAMBOO VICEROY 4494 840003134128680 14K 100 F 0 75 1,470 -0.08 AHLEM, CHARLES

58 0.09 43 547 507 420 434 2.85 3.9 0.5 -0.6 0.2 2.6

1.6 26.2 8.4 172

47 -0.01 39 572 559 534 528 2.76 6.8 3.0 2.6 2.4 1.5

0.4 18.9 8.3 172

JX FARIA BROTHERS LEONEL 297670 {4} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES VALSIGNA TRAJECTORY 30197 WICKSTROM DAIRIES L.P. JCJ MONUMENT 36865 AHLEM BROTHERS JX ROWLEYS 1317 CHROME 1630 {4} ROWLEY, STEVE VALSIGNA CHROME 28882 WICKSTROM DAIRIES L.P.

840003135159521 13K 100 F 1 80 1,300 0.03

69 0.03 54 596 569 512 475 2.87 4.2 0.6 -0.4 -1.5 -0.9

RIVER VALLEY CHISEL BUTTONS 1549-ET RIVER VALLEY FARM JX AHLEM CRUISER MELODY 50114 {5}-ET AHLEM FARMS PARTNERSHIP JX DUTCH HOLLOW HARRIS MOLLY {5} PEAK GENETICS JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO 331098 {4} FARIA DAIRY JX FOOTHILL HARRIS 24822 {5} AHLEM FOOTHILL FARMS

840003126479100 29K 100 F 1 79

563 0.20

68 0.08 37 587 550 474 478 2.82 4.0 1.4 -0.3 0.3 1.9 83 1.7 18.7 8.5 171

075850114 45K 100 F 1 77

299 0.22

59 0.09 29 579 544 470 516 2.89 5.1 3.4 1.9 2.2 3.7 80 1.4 16.8 8.1 171

CDF REGAL LAYNE V9679 TATE, BROCK CDF KWYNN 82674 C & S LIVESTOCK JCJ VICEROY 37128 AHLEM, JAMES AHLEM BROTHERS TRAJECTORY 36829 AHLEM BROTHERS YOSEMITE STEVE PRESCOTT 16611-ET YOSEMITE JERSEY DAIRY JX FOREST GLEN HARRIS BRINDISI {5} FOREST GLEN JERSEYS JX FOOTHILL HOBBIT 21195 {5} AHLEM FOOTHILL FARMS D&E MACKENZIE KIRA 15260-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES YOSEMITE VICEROY REGAL 36159 BARLASS, BRETT A JX CLOVER PATCH EUSEBIO DEVAN {5} KOZAK, ALAN

70 0.08 35 578 544 474 489 2.86 4.7 -0.4 0.6 0.5 1.0 78 1.6 25.6 7.4 172 72 0.00 61 575 557 520 475 2.85 3.1 -0.6 -0.8 -0.4 2.7

1.0

-1.7 6.4 171

53 0.01 56 571 549 505 471 2.92 5.1 1.1 0.0 -0.1 1.3 1.2 14.1 8.3 171

0.9 10.9 6.7 171

840003139812157 14K 100 C 0 75 1,324 -0.04 54 0.01 50 544 524 485 466 2.89 4.8 -0.4 0.0 1.6 3.0 82 0.9 17.3 7.0 171 840003138397529 14K 100 F 1 77 1,238 -0.04 50 0.03 50 582 558 509 516 2.87 6.0 1.8 1.8 1.9 1.1 77 0.7 6.2 8.9 171 067591630 13K 100 F 1 79 1,363 -0.06

53 -0.03 42 528 520 507 440 2.71 5.3 -0.7 -0.7 0.5 1.4 83 2.0 29.8 8.8 171

119708426 14K 100 C 1 80 1,000 0.05 57 0.02 41 550 528 483 455 2.81 5.1 0.0 0.0 -0.4 0.7 80 2.1 24.5 9.2 171

840003131737400 99K 100 F 1 78 1,328 0.03

69 0.07 62 557 519 439 389 2.93 3.2 -3.2 -3.4 -2.2 1.7

1.5 19.2 8.2 170

840003141057679 45K 100 F 0 76 1,600 0.01

79 0.02 61 566 541 491 451 2.85 1.9 -1.5 -1.5 -0.9 1.3

0.9

840003135649166 14K 100 F 1 79 1,166 0.11

79 0.08 58 577 537 452 402 2.86 2.2 -2.7 -3.6 -2.6 0.5 74 1.3 20.8 7.0 170

840003126794186 13K 100 F 2 81 1,072 0.05

62 0.07 53 591 557 482 458 2.97 5.2 0.6 -0.9 -0.9 2.7 90 1.2 13.2 9.8 170

840003137111254 45K 100 C 1 79 1,172 0.06

68 0.05 52 557 528 467 415 2.95 3.0 0.2 -2.3 -1.6 1.7 87 1.8 24.7 8.6 170

1.2 6.5 170

840003140806599 14K 100 F 0 75 1,356 0.05 74 0.01 51 605 587 549 517 2.95 4.9 -0.1 0.1 1.1 3.0 78 0.9 3.5 7.9 170 840003138397493 14K 100 F 1 77 751 0.20 76 0.10 47 593 554 470 487 3.06 3.9 -1.2 -0.3 0.4 2.4 77 0.8 16.2 6.8 170 840003137929259 9K 100 F 1 76

596 0.18

65 0.11 43 567 525 436 496 2.97 3.3 0.0 1.0 1.7 3.2 78 0.9 18.1 8.4 170

075331188 29K 100 F 1 80 1,250 0.00

60 0.06 57 547 511 436 404 2.79 3.4 -1.8 -2.2 -1.7 1.2 79 1.5 17.6 8.1 169

840003126910086 14K 100 F 2 81 1,171 0.06

68 0.07 57 579 544 467 442 3.01 3.4 1.5 -1.0 -2.1 0.6 84 0.8

840003131650140 29K 100 C 1 80

94 0.15 57 638 585 466 474 3.16 2.1 -1.8 -2.1 -1.9 -0.7 83 1.2 10.6 7.8 169

736 0.29

9.5 8.5 169

840003139395154 14K 100 F 1 78 1,203 0.00 58 0.05 54 547 520 459 501 3.08 3.4 0.6 1.8 1.9 3.1 80 1.0 14.8 8.6 169 119903111 45K 100 F 1 78 1,063 0.11

73 0.08 54 586 547 465 464 2.85 2.6 0.2 -1.0 -0.2 1.2 78 0.6

4.2 6.7 169

JX FARIA BROTHERS CHILI DORTMUND {4}-ET 840003125522619 13K 100 F 3 82 1,164 0.03 62 0.05 52 562 530 464 484 2.81 3.5 -0.2 0.6 1.3 2.3 90 1.0 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES AHLEM BROTHERS VICEROY 35867 840003135882161 29K 100 C 1 79 760 0.13 63 0.10 48 580 538 448 495 2.97 4.8 -0.1 1.1 1.8 2.3 77 0.9 AHLEM BROTHERS BOHNERTS MONUMENT DELANNY 840003140175513 29K 100 F 1 78 1,386 -0.02 61 -0.04 42 574 567 557 504 2.72 5.2 2.4 0.6 1.4 2.4 0.7 BOHNERT JERSEYS JX DUPAT HARRIS 14713 {5}-ET 840003128791255 13K 100 F 1 80 2,067 -0.17 62 0.00 74 564 542 497 391 2.91 3.1 -0.3 -3.7 -2.5 0.6 84 1.2 WICKSTROM JERSEY FARMS IN

7.0 6.1 169

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8.8 8.0 169 3.9 7.5 169 3.8 8.2 168


NAME REGISTRATION OWNER GT BBR JH1 REC REL

MILK

%F

GENOMIC PREDICTED TRANSMITTING ABILITY FAT %P PROT CM$ NM$ FM$ GM$ SCS PL

LIV DPR CCR HCR FS PTAT JUI

GFI GJPI

JX FARIA BROTHERS EUSEBIO 305985 {4}-ET 840003136547294 29K 100 F 1 79 1,787 0.00 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES

85 0.04 72 586 557 493 439 3.04 0.8 -1.3 -2.9 -1.9 2.1 78 0.2

JX TWINRIDGE 61363 {4} AARDEMA DAIRY / DOUBLE A JX KASH-IN HARRIS 48481 {5}-ET RANCHO TERESITA DAIRY JX FOREST GLEN HARRIS SPARKLE {5} FOREST GLEN JERSEYS JX FARIA BROTHERS EUSEBIO 307437 {5} FARIA DAIRY VALSIGNA STEVE 29938 WICKSTROM DAIRIES L.P.

840003138902335 13K 100 F 1 79 1,614 -0.09

58 0.00 59 555 534 491 434 2.82 3.8 1.4 -1.4 -0.4 3.1

840003131680677 29K 100 F 1 79 1,531 -0.04

64 0.02 59 567 541 490 430 2.81 3.9 -0.7 -1.9 -0.8 0.7 80 1.2 13.3 8.1 168

JX AVI-LANCHE VICEROY CHINA 16150 {4} AVILA RICHARD & JENNIFER AVON ROAD REGENCY KELLY STRANDBERG D L & HOYT SUNWEST VICEROY VALSON W5711 SUNWEST JERSEY DAIRY CDF VICEROY MARCIN W7261 C & S LIVESTOCK SUNWEST VICEROY MARCIN W5877 SUNWEST JERSEY DAIRY JX WILSONVIEW WW FRANCIE {5} WILSONVIEW DAIRY JX AHLEM BROTHERS STEVE 36824 {5} AHLEM BROTHERS VAN DE CHILI ZASU CHICLETS-ET ABS GLOBAL INC CAL-MART DAYBREAK HALY 8573 MARTIN DAIRY LLC CAL-MART VISIONARY BIBI 7886 MARTIN DAIRY LLC JX KASH-IN EUSEBIO 49877 {5}-P-ET RANCHO TERESITA DAIRY SHAN-MAR REGENCY CHARA-ET GARDNER MARK & SHANNON JX PINE-TREE DAYBREAK ANYA {5}-ET STEINER, MATTHEW JX ALL LYNNS LEONEL VERSE {4} ALLEN, DAVID JCJ VICEROY 36340 AHLEM, JAMES

075331038 13K 100 F 1 80 1,262 0.01

1.0

63 0.06 58 557 520 442 427 2.79 3.5 -1.3 -1.2 -1.2 0.5 79 0.5

-1.3 5.2 168

6.9 7.1 168

7.9 8.0 168

840003136548746 29K 100 F 1 79 1,244 0.03

65 0.06 57 566 532 461 441 2.94 3.7 -1.2 -1.1 -0.6 -0.2 81 1.2 15.8 6.6 168

840003138055883 14K 100 C 1 78

966 0.21

89 0.08 52 626 590 512 458 3.09 3.2 0.3 -2.6 -2.2 1.0 83 1.4 12.2 9.1 168

840003131651030 29K 100 C 1 79

724 0.16

68 0.13 52 587 539 435 513 3.08 3.5 -0.1 1.6 1.7 2.3 78 0.2

840003129747174 13K 100 F 1 79

704 0.11

56 0.12 50 560 511 405 444 2.88 4.2 -1.1 -0.6 1.1 2.1

4.2 6.8 168

1.4 10.7 8.2 168

840003139288755 45K 100 F 1 79 1,125 -0.04 46 0.04 49 528 502 448 532 2.98 4.4 -0.3 3.5 4.3 4.6 76 0.9 7.6 8.2 168 840003139320530 9K 100 F 1 77 1,177 0.04 65 0.02 47 568 549 508 531 3.02 3.9 0.3 2.0 1.9 2.3 75 0.7 11.4 8.1 168 840003139288921 45K 100 F 0 76 1,033 0.08 65 0.04 45 600 577 528 531 3.00 5.9 1.2 1.5 1.8 3.4 1.0 6.6 8.4 168

119457058 13K 100 F 2 80

586 0.23

75

840003138397488 14K 100 C 1 77

603 0.27

84 0.08 38 620 585 510 507 2.86 4.2 1.2 0.0 0.1 1.3 75 0.3

0.10 41 599 560 474 470 2.91 4.1 0.5 -0.6 -1.4 0.4 86 1.7 17.6 8.3 168

067248390 99K 100 F 1 80

344 0.23

63 0.12 36 571 528 436 520 2.95 4.9 -1.8 1.9 3.0 3.3 88 1.2 15.7 7.1 168

067368573 29K 100 F 1 79

509 0.05

34 0.07 33 532 501 435 490 2.90 6.2 2.9 2.4 3.1 3.9

3.8 7.2 168

1.3 18.5 8.7 168

067337886 13K 100 C 2 81 211 0.27 64 0.12 32 577 530 430 436 2.72 5.5 -0.2 -1.3 0.3 3.1 82 1.5 21.7 8.3 168

840003131682073 29K 100 F 1 79

886 0.19

81 0.11 55 595 545 439 414 2.82 1.8 -0.9 -3.2 -2.6 0.8 83 1.0 16.7 6.6 167

067871252 29K 100 F 1 80

867 0.12

66 0.11 54 585 541 444 459 3.07 3.7 -0.3 -0.8 -0.5 1.4 84 1.5 14.1 8.9 167

067731411 29K 100 F 0 75 1,093 0.09

71 0.06 51 584 557 497 484 3.13 3.4 0.1 -0.6 -0.1 2.4

1.2 14.9 7.7 167

119720712 29K 100 F 1 79 1,058 0.06

63 0.06 50 587 554 486 431 2.86 4.8 1.4 -1.8 -1.8 0.6

1.7 22.4 8.6 167

840003138397004 14K 100 0 75 1,126 0.00 54 0.02 45 560 541 499 542 2.93 5.4 1.5 3.1 4.2 3.5 0.4 4.9 7.0 167

CDF VICEROY BINGO W7323 840003139320592 45K 100 F 1 78 728 0.13 62 0.07 41 546 514 445 491 2.96 4.1 -1.1 1.5 1.1 2.4 80 1.0 19.6 8.1 167 C & S LIVESTOCK JX ANTEBELLUM CHROME BROOKLYN {5} 067591600 13K 100 F 1 79 842 0.07 54 0.04 39 530 502 446 469 2.75 4.8 -0.9 1.2 1.2 2.0 77 1.4 16.9 9.2 167 ROWLEY STEVE & GLYNN MIKE JX ROWLEYS 1167 CHILI 1731 {4}-ET 067601731 29K 100 C 1 79 586 0.14 57 0.07 36 560 527 457 511 2.84 5.2 -0.6 2.0 2.1 2.8 79 1.2 11.3 7.3 167 AVILA RICHARD & JENNIFER PRIMUS KWYNN DIMENS 201-ET 840003132247864 45K 100 C 0 76 133 0.25 56 0.14 32 556 507 404 467 2.85 4.6 1.4 0.9 2.0 2.3 66 1.1 23.5 8.4 167 JERSEYLAND SIRES

GENERATION COUNT (GC) 3/GC 4-6 WITH A BBR 93 AND LOWER RED TOP VICEROY 34441 {3} RED TOP JERSEYS JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO 310418 {4} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX AARDEMA 58642 {3} DE GROOT DAIRY FARMS JX FARIA BROTHERS AVON 281569 {3} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS LEONEL 290670 {4} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES

840003133446689 9K 100 F 1 78 984 0.16 79 0.06 47 701 671 607 583 2.92 6.5 0.8 0.0 0.8 2.2 81 1.8 22.6 7.8 200 840003138448545 29K 89 F 1 78 1,172 0.17

91 0.10 64 660 607 497 497 2.71 2.7 -1.3 -1.8 -0.5 0.8 84 0.1

840003137673222 9K

72 0.06 47 647 615 548 571 2.86 4.4 0.6 1.2 1.2 2.4

93 F 1 77

973 0.12

840003133207554 50K 89 F 2 80 1,262 -0.01

57 -0.01 43 611 599 575 591 2.82 6.0 1.2 2.8 3.3 4.2 86 1.4 21.2 4.1 190

840003135152521 7K

90 F 1 78 1,634 -0.01

75 0.00 58 641 622 585 538 2.82 5.0 -0.1 0.1 -0.4 0.9 80 1.3 13.5 5.2 187

29K 92 F 1 78 1,490 0.01

73 -0.02 49 651 645 631 620 3.05 5.3 1.7 2.3 3.0 2.9 83 1.2 12.5 3.4 187

9K

JX AVI-LANCHE VICEROY SYRIA 16144 {3} 840003131651024 AVILA RICHARD & JENNIFER JX AARDEMA ELLAS DIAMOND {3} 840003138901245 AARDEMA DAIRY / DOUBLE A JX FARIA BROTHERS VANDRELL 308720 {3} 840003136550029 STEINER, MATTHEW JX FARIA BROTHERS UNCLE LUKE 311058 {3} 840003138449185 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX TWINRIDGE 62034 {3} 840003141679957 AARDEMA DAIRY / DOUBLE A JX MM TI 22824 {3} 119954201 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY JX FARIA BROTHERS MARLO CHAPEL HILL {3}-ET 840003136546160 STEINER, MATTHEW JX FARIA BROTHERS LEONEL 297210 {4} 840003135159061 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO 309892 {4} 840003136551201 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS AVON 306120 {3} 840003136547429 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES

87 F 1 77 1,578 -0.02

70 0.04 65 654 623 558 527 2.90 4.7 1.2 -0.1 -0.8 -1.2 79 0.9 12.6 3.8 186

29K 93 C 1 78 1,595 -0.12

51 -0.01 56 598 582 550 549 2.89 5.5 1.5 1.7 2.6 3.8 86 1.5 11.8 4.9 184

29K 100 F 1 79

56 0.06 35 592 564 505 539 2.84 5.8 1.7 2.1 2.4 3.6 85 1.9 29.1 6.1 184

658 0.12

50K 100 F 1 79 1,472 -0.08

52 0.00 52 583 565 531 482 2.77 5.2 2.4 -0.3 0.2 3.6

1.5 19.6 6.0 183

45K 82 C 1 55 1,668 -0.11

55 0.00 61 590 569 526 495 2.86 4.9 -0.7 -0.1 0.3 1.1

1.6 26.2 -1.1 182

29K 100 F 1 79 1,564 0.02 78 0.01 58 617 596 554 508 2.89 3.8 -1.1 -0.7 -0.8 0.7 82 1.1 11.4 5.5 182 99K 86 F 1 79 1,117 0.09

72 0.09 59 629 585 493 477 2.91 3.6 1.6 -1.0 -1.8 -1.1 80 0.6 12.7 4.0 181

29K 91 F 1 78 1,318 0.05

73 0.04 56 587 554 487 488 2.72 2.8 -1.0 -0.3 0.5 2.3 77 0.7 11.8 3.7 181

29K 100 F 1 79 1,411 0.00

66 0.01 53 610 588 544 555 2.80 5.1 -0.3 2.0 1.6 1.8 80 0.9

JX FARIA BROTHERS VANDRELL 290681 {3} 840003135152532 7K 88 F 1 78 1,030 0.08 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX AARDEMA 53482 {3} 840003134190122 7K 87 C 1 76 1,590 0.02 DE GROOT DAIRY FARMS JX FARIA BROTHERS MAGNUM 253848 {3} 840003125525909 13K 100 F 1 80 1,446 0.14

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-1.9 3.1 192

1.9 19.8 4.7 191

8.1 5.7 181

66 0.05 47 622 594 536 546 2.94 4.6 2.3 1.2 1.2 3.3 88 1.3 14.0 5.2 181 79 -0.01 56 635 619 587 547 2.91 4.2 0.5 0.3 0.9 -0.2

0.5

6.8 3.1 179

99 0.02 56 644 620 572 561 2.87 2.4 -1.9 0.3 0.5 -0.1 77 -0.3 -10.5 3.9 179

JERSEY JOURNAL


NAME REGISTRATION OWNER GT BBR JH1 REC REL

MILK

%F

GENOMIC PREDICTED TRANSMITTING ABILITY FAT %P PROT CM$ NM$ FM$ GM$ SCS PL

FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS VANDRELL 308698 {3} 840003136550007 29K 100 F 1 79 1,308 0.01 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX MM TI 71 {3} 840003142571878 45K 100 F 1 77 1,040 0.05 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY JX FARIA BROTHERS AVON 306324 {3}-ET FARIA DAIRY JX FARIA BROTHERS LEONEL 280076 {4} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX OAK LANE MARLO 364 {3} OAK LANE JERSEYS JX FARIA BROTHERS VANDRELL 311356 {3} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS MAGNUM 261045 {4} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES

840003136547633 29K 100 F 1 80 2,192 -0.20

JX CROSSWIND MARLO 7123 {3}-ET CROSSWIND JERSEYS JX FARIA BROTHERS LEONEL 296389 {4} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX SEXING 77188 {3}-ET SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / ACC JX FARIA BROTHERS LEONEL 312841 {3} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS MAGNUM 241265 {3} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES

840003133179420 50K 92 F 2 81 1,488 0.03 067309364 29K 100 F 1 80

469 0.20

LIV DPR CCR HCR FS PTAT JUI

GFI GJPI

64 0.04 56 620 594 537 542 3.07 4.7 0.8 0.7 1.8 3.7

1.9 12.6 5.7 179

59 0.05 48 587 558 498 537 2.96 4.3 -0.2 1.6 2.8 1.5

1.5 18.9 4.4 179

61 -0.04 69 565 559 547 519 2.97 3.5 -1.4 1.0 0.8 2.3 78 0.6

7.1 5.2 178

78 0.03 59 619 593 539 453 2.88 4.2 -0.6 -2.7 -2.2 1.0 79 1.3 23.4 6.3 178 62 0.04 25 611 589 544 517 2.79 6.5 2.9 0.6 0.3 1.9 88 2.3 39.4 7.0 178

840003138449483 29K 91 F 1 75 1,547 -0.04

64 -0.03 49 578 571 560 572 2.93 4.0 1.6 2.8 3.7 4.0

0.7

6.4 2.6 177

840003128725189 13K 93 F 2 81 1,283 0.06

74 0.04 54 594 566 507 516 2.88 3.6 -1.2 0.8 0.7 0.2 90 0.5

6.8 4.8 176

840003138043795 9K 100 F 1 77 1,048 0.01

52 0.01 40 582 563 527 491 2.80 5.7 1.8 0.2 0.0 1.6

2.9 30.2 6.8 176

840003135158240 99K 89 F 1 80 1,557 0.04

82 0.03 62 622 595 539 468 2.93 3.4 0.5 -1.9 -2.2 -0.7

0.8

840003132351022 13K 89 F 1 75 1,224 -0.05

48 0.02 49 558 533 482 478 2.75 4.5 1.0 0.5 0.5 2.5

1.3 24.8 4.3 175

840003138450968 29K 100 F 1 79 1,638 0.02

82 0.01 60 628 607 564 494 2.85 3.7 -0.1 -1.4 -1.7 1.2

1.6 12.2 4.4 174

840003124527154 13K 100 F 3 82 1,718 -0.01

80 -0.05 52 606 601 595 509 2.84 4.1 -0.2 -0.7 -0.7 0.5 87 0.9

7.5 5.7 175

9.8 5.3 174

JX FARIA BROTHERS AVON 318409 {3} 840003138456536 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS AVON 317612 {3} 840003138455739 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS MACKENZIE 315586 {3} 840003138453713 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS MARLO 310712 {3} 840003138448839 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS TI 318459 {3}-ET 840003138456586 FARIA DAIRY

29K 91 F 0 74 1,449 -0.07

55 -0.01 51 570 555 525 489 2.88 5.4 0.6 0.3 0.7 2.7

1.5 16.8 5.5 174

99K 86 F 1 77 2,153 -0.20

58 -0.07 63 557 558 563 478 2.97 4.2 -0.1 -0.7 0.4 2.8

1.8 19.6 3.1 173

9K 100 F 1 79

JX MM VANDRELL 22934 {3} 119962390 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY JX LYLESTANLEY LEONEL HOLLY 2174 {4}-ET 119537129 LYLESTANLEY TRACE LLC JX AARDEMA 43248 {3} 840003125178882 AARDEMA DAIRY / DOUBLE A JX FARIA BROTHERS HARRIS 248927 {3}-ET 840003124752991 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS LEONEL 298361 {4} 840003135160212 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES

45K 85 F 0 67 1,544 -0.06

60 0.01 58 586 567 526 518 3.00 4.7 1.3 1.3 1.1 2.0

99K 93 F 1 80 1,191 0.07

72 0.03 49 603 577 524 478 2.79 4.4 2.0 -0.5 -0.4 -0.6 83 0.9 11.8 5.3 171

13K 90 F 2 81

788 0.29

96 0.11 51 646 603 509 503 3.07 2.4 -1.3 -1.6 -1.2 -0.3 80 1.2 14.3 5.0 173

29K 100 F 1 78 1,076 0.07

65 0.02 42 581 562 525 510 2.88 4.6 0.8 0.9 0.4 1.4 83 1.5 23.2 3.7 172

9K

67 -0.04 62 529 521 507 454 2.97 2.2 -3.3 -1.1 -0.4 1.7 87 1.5 19.2 5.7 171

93 F 1 78 1,938 -0.12

1.2

5.5 2.4 171

686 0.11

56 0.10 46 574 532 439 503 2.92 4.1 0.8 1.5 1.3 2.7 85 1.5 12.7 5.2 171

13K 92 F 2 82 1,639 -0.01

75 0.01 60 567 545 500 420 2.80 2.4 -1.9 -3.0 -2.4 1.5 83 1.5 14.2 6.3 170

50K 92 F 1 80 1,518 -0.01

71 0.00 55 590 572 535 456 2.90 4.4 0.0 -1.6 -1.5 0.8

1.5 22.6 5.9 170

840003132348161 29K 91 F 1 77 1,160 0.01

57 0.03 48 561 537 487 530 2.89 4.1 -0.9 2.4 2.3 0.2

1.2 16.1 4.4 170

840003139851855 45K 100 F 0 75 1,191 0.02

61 0.01 44 593 576 544 490 2.88 5.5 2.5 0.0 -0.1 0.5 85 1.9 19.0 7.3 170

840003135160159 50K 86 F 1 78 1,533 -0.13

45 -0.02 50 534 523 502 508 2.79 4.3 2.3 2.3 2.9 1.9

840003139320508 9K 100 F 1 77 1,103 0.01

55 0.07 54 576 542 470 504 3.03 4.7 0.7 1.3 2.3 0.9 79 0.8

840003133009223 99K 100 F 1 80

900 0.11

65 0.04 41 583 558 505 441 2.88 5.2 1.2 -1.6 -1.8 0.9

JX FARIA BROTHERS MARLO 282662 {3}-ET 840003133208647 50K 93 F 1 81 FARIA DAIRY

523 0.25

76 0.06 30 600 575 521 491 2.88 4.6 1.2 -0.4 -0.5 0.6 86 2.0 30.5 5.8 167

JX SEXING 74327 {3}-ET INGURAN LLC DBA SEXING TE JX AVI-LANCHE MARLO LETA 25005 {3}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS AVON 298308 {3} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX CDF REVOLUTION RENEGADE W7239 {3} TATE, BROCK JX CO-OP AARDEMA 43300 {3}-P-ET GENESIS COOPERATOR HERD /

JANUARY 2019

1.4 10.8 3.5 169 5.0 6.1 167

2.1 26.0 8.1 167

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Top Heifers Ranked by Genomic or Parent Average JPI, December 2018 The top 150 heifers for Jersey Performance Indexâ„¢ (genomic or Parent Average JPI of 191 and higher) are listed. Heifers are listed in two groups, with those having AJCA Herd Register status or a Generation Count of 4-6 and a BBR 100 listed first, followed by heifers with Generation Count (GC) 3 or GC 4-6 with a BBR 93 and lower. Heifers were not older than three years of age on December 1, NAME OWNER

2018, and did not have a GPTA based on lactation information. Genotyping status is indicated by chip density listed in the column labeled GT. Official status for Jersey Haplotype 1 based on a genotype of 6K or higher density is listed: F designating status Free, C designating status Carrier.

GENOMIC PREDICTED TRANSMITTING ABILITY GT BBR JH1 REL JPI MILK FAT PROT SCS PL LIV DPR CCR HCR PTAT JUI

GFI SIRE

DAM

DAM FS

HERD REGISTER STATUS/GENERATION COUNT OF 4-6/BBR 100 TOG MULBERRY 36907-ET 9K TRANS-OVA GENETICS CAL-MART VICEROY MACY 266 45K MARTIN DAIRY LLC JX FARIA BROTHERS WORLD CUP 357884 {6}-ET 29K SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / A CAL-MART CUP WONITA 9335 {6}-ET 45K MARTIN DAIRY LLC JX DUPAT VICEROY 18919 {5} 14K WICKSTROM JERSEY FARMS JX FARIA BROTHERS MALD SCARY TERRY {4}-ET 50K SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / A JX FARIA BROTHERS USAINBOLT JAMAICA {4} 29K SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / A JX CAL-MART HARRIS WYAN 9464 {5}-ET 45K MARTIN DAIRY LLC JX AVI-LANCHE BRICADE MARVELL 25364 {4} 9K AVILA RICHARD & JENNIFE TOG BOYSENBERRY 36805-ET 9K TRANS-OVA GENETICS JX FARIA BROTHERS STEVENS 382131 {4}-ET SELECT SIRES INC - SIRE JX JER BEL MALDINI OVERTIME {5}-ET KING HOWARD & FAMILY JX PINE-TREE HILL DISCO 1860 {4}-ET STEINER, MATTHEW JX FARIA BROTHERS STEVENS CHICAGO {4}-ET SELECT SIRES INC - SIRE PINE-TREE WORLD CUP DELLIA {6}-ET STEINER, MATTHEW JX ABS TLD 4489 TAMARA {4} ABS GLOBAL INC JX FARIA BROTHERS STEVENS 382203 {5}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS LEONA {4}-ET PEAK GENETICS JX FARIA BROTHERS MALDINI 427939 {4}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX PINE-TREE HILL WORLD SIPPY 1868 {4}-ET STEINER, MATTHEW

JX CROSSWIND VICEROY 8789 {4}-ET CROSSWIND JERSEYS JX FARIA BROTHERS LISTOWEL 320239 {5}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JCJ DREW 40543 AHLEM, JAMES JX OAK LANE STEVENS 2199 {4}-ET OAK LANE JERSEYS TOG VERMILLION 36647-ET TRANS-OVA GENETICS JX SCHULTZ RONDO 5187 {4}-ET HUFFARD DAIRY FARMS JX PEAK MERRY {6}-ET

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F

69

230 1,281

78

65

2.93

5.1 0.8

1.0

2.4 4.2

1.4

19.9

100

F

71

229 1,210

70

58

2.86

6.7 2.0

2.0

3.1 4.1

1.5

26.6

100

F

66

221 1,620

90

70

2.84

4.7 -0.4

0.1

0.7 2.8

0.5

3.9

8.0 VICEROY

TOG LISA S655 8105-ET

8.6 VICEROY

JX CAL-MART PHARO MAGY 8970 {6}

5.8 WORLD CUP{5}

JX FARIA BROTHERS HARRIS JUVENTUS {5}-ET 87

100

F

68

219

790

70

50

2.81

7.1 1.4

0.7

1.3 2.7

2.0

30.6

7.9 WORLD CUP{5}

CAL-MART FASTRACK WYN 8375

81

100

F

71

217 1,527

67

63

2.85

6.7 0.8

0.8

1.9 3.9

1.4

14.2

7.4 VICEROY

JX DUPAT LEONEL 15231 {4}

84

JX FARIA BROTHERS AVON 281569 {3}

100

F

65

216 1,163

89

53

2.80

4.8 1.3

0.4

1.1 2.5

1.2

19.2

5.1 JX-MALDINI{4}

100

F

65

214

980

89

57

2.83

4.2 -1.5

1.5

1.8 0.9

1.3

20.1

5.6 JX-USAIN BOLT{3} JX FARIA BROTHERS SAINT AGATHA {5}-ET

81

100

F

71

213 1,715

93

71

2.90

4.7 -1.4

-2.4

-1.8 0.8

1.4

14.8

7.1 JX-HARRIS{4}

CAL-MART FASTRACK WYN 8375

81

7.1 BARRICADE

JX AVI-LANCHE MARLO MARVELL 16995 {3}

81

7.6 VICEROY

TOG BRI P983 7959-ET

100

F

65

212

904

81

52

2.72

5.6 -0.8

-0.8

-0.3 3.0

2.0

27.2

100

F

69

211 1,403

68

63

3.06

5.7 1.4

2.1

2.9 5.4

0.8

8.0

29K 100

F

66

209 1,482

74

64

2.86

5.4 -0.7

-0.7

0.3 3.8

1.3

14.9

7.3 JX-STEVENS{5}

JX FARIA BROTHERS MARLO 304662 {3}-ET

45K 100

F

67

209 1,317

77

57

2.82

4.1 0.8

-0.6

0.2 1.6

1.6

27.4

7.8 JX-MALDINI{4}

JX JER BEL BANCROFT ADELINE {6}

86

82

45K 100

F

67

209 1,114

69

45

2.74

7.3 1.3

-0.1

0.3 2.1

2.0

30.1

7.5 DISCO

JX FARIA BROTHERS MARLO CHAPEL HILL {3}-ET 82

29K 100

F

65

207 1,479

70

55

2.73

6.2 0.1

0.5

1.3 3.9

1.4

20.0

5.4 JX-STEVENS{5}

JX FARIA BROTHERS AVON 281569 {3}

86

45K 100

F

67

207

831

66

52

2.84

5.7 2.0

1.6

2.6 3.5

1.2

15.2

7.5 WORLD CUP{5}

OAKLANE CHISEL DELLA 2130-ET

84

45K 100

F

66

207 1,285

60

51

2.70

6.7 1.5

-0.7

0.3 2.9

1.5

25.3

6.4 JX-JODECI{3}

JX TAYLOR BROTHERS BARKSDALE 6958 {3}-ET

29K 100

C 66

206 1,832

85

73

2.92

3.8 -1.3

-1.8

-1.1 2.5

1.3

11.1

6.6 JX-STEVENS{5}

JX FARIA BROTHERS EUSEBIO 305985 {4}-ET

78

99K 100

F

69

205 1,690

78

67

2.60

3.6 -0.7

-1.1

-1.1 1.3

1.3

11.7

5.2 JX-RONALDO{3}

JX FARIA BROTHERS LEONEL 290670 {4}

80

50K 100

F

65

204 1,621

84

63

2.81

3.9 -0.3

-2.6

-2.3 1.9

2.1

26.2

5.4 JX-MALDINI{4}

JX FARIA BROTHERS AVON 315151 {3}

84

45K 100

F

67

204 1,247

78

58

2.91

5.5 0.3

0.6

1.2 2.6

0.9

9.5

7.1 WORLD CUP{5}

JX FARIA BROTHERS MARLO CHAPEL HILL {3}-ET 82

F

66

204 1,114

73

51

2.71

5.2 0.1

-1.4

-0.9 2.0

1.9

33.4

7.8 DISCO

JX KASH-IN HARRIS 46873 {5}-ET

JX KASH-IN DISCO SEAFOAM {6}-ET 9K VIERRA DAIRY FARMS JX MM RONALDO 5173 {4} 45K MISTY MEADOW DAIRY JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO 355831 {4} 29K SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / A JX FARIA BROTHERS MALD ARON BAYNES {4}-ET 29K FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES RACHELLES VICEROY LOUISE 9K THE SEMEX ALLIANCE JX FARIA BROTHERS MALDINI 427827 {4}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS STEVENS 382161 {4}-ET FARIA DAIRY JX OAK LANE EUSEBIO 2181 {5}-ET OAK LANE JERSEYS JX PEAK MARGOT {6}-ET JASURDA, ED JX FARIA BROTHERS FOURNETTE 419191 {4} FARIA DAIRY

100

100 100

F

69

203 1,639

92

76

2.92

2.0 -1.2

-2.9

-1.9 0.8

1.7

10.4

6.2 JX-RONALDO{3}

MM MACKENZIE 21838

100

C 70

203 1,372

90

66

2.78

2.4 -1.2

-0.8

0.6 1.8

1.2

6.4

5.8 JX-RONALDO{3}

FARIA BROTHERS MAGNUM BARCA {5}-ET

87

100

F

65

202 1,344

80

55

2.84

4.8 1.5

0.7

1.2 2.9

1.0

10.0

5.9 JX-MALDINI{4}

JX FARIA BROTHERS VANDRELL 308720 {3}

86

100

F

70

202 1,297

58

54

2.88

6.0 1.6

1.7

2.3 4.3

1.5

23.2

9.0 VICEROY

RACHELLES GENOMINATOR 7857

50K 100

F

64

202 1,272

83

52

2.85

4.1 0.7

0.8

1.2 1.9

1.3

20.1

4.6 JX-MALDINI{4}

JX FARIA BROTHERS AVON 281569 {3}

29K 100

C 65

201 1,781

93

69

2.93

4.0 -1.3

-1.5

-1.5 1.9

1.0

9.6

6.2 JX-STEVENS{5}

JX FARIA BROTHERS MARLO 304662 {3}-ET

82

45K 100

F

201 1,260

86

65

2.83

3.6 0.2

-2.9

-1.7 0.7

1.7

17.4

6.8 JX-EUSEBIO{4}

OAKLANE CHISEL DELLA 2130-ET

84

JX DUTCH HOLLOW HARRIS MOLLY {5}

69

86

45K 100

F

67

201

975

76

58

2.90

4.2 -0.5

-1.7

-0.7 2.8

1.6

22.3

7.7 WORLD CUP{5}

29K 100

F

66

201 1,575

57

55

2.73

6.4 1.0

0.6

0.6 1.2

1.9

22.4

7.1 JX-FOURNETTE {3} JX FARIA BROTHERS LISTOWEL 320186 {4}-ET 81

9K 100

C 69

201 1,507

85

55

3.02

5.4 1.6

1.3

1.3 3.1

1.6

13.0

7.5 VICEROY

JX CROSSWIND MARLO 7196 {3}-ET

45K 100

F

68

201 1,248

65

52

2.79

6.4 0.4

1.7

2.2 1.5

0.9

13.1

7.1 LISTOWEL-P

JX FARIA BROTHERS MAGNUM 261045 {4}

90

14K 100

F

67

201

76

52

3.07

5.8 0.6

0.1

0.8 2.6

1.8

29.5

7.8 DREW

JCJ VICEROY 35866

81

45K 100

C 67

201

970

74

49

2.86

6.0 1.0

-0.3

0.7 2.9

1.9

26.9

6.9 JX-STEVENS{5}

JX OAK LANE MARLO 364 {3}

88

9K 100

F

201

812

83

49

2.86

5.0 1.3

-0.5

0.8 4.5

1.5

18.6

8.3 VICEROY

TOG LISA S655 8105-ET

69

746

9K 100

F

64

200 1,536

77

64

2.85

4.1 -0.5

-1.7

-1.0 1.5

1.3

14.5

5.9 JX-RONDO{3}

JX SCHULTZ HARRIS NICHOLS {5}

99K 100

F

72

200

83

57

2.92

4.2 -2.4

0.4

1.3 3.1

1.5

16.2

8.1 VICEROY

JX DUTCH HOLLOW HARRIS MOLLY {5}

950

JERSEY JOURNAL


NAME OWNER

PEAK GENETICS JX SUN VALLEY GOT MAID JERSEE {6}-ET SUN VALLEY FARM JX CLOVER PATCH VICEROY DELICATE {6} KOZAK, ALAN JX CROSSWIND RONALDO 8627 {4}-ET CROSSWIND JERSEYS

GT BBR JH1 REL JPI

45K 100

F

68

200

795

83

52

2.83

4.9 -0.9

-0.5

0.2 2.8

1.4

20.4

45K 100

F

70

199 1,324

72

63

2.97

4.5 0.6

1.2

1.8 3.6

0.8

6.0

9K 100

F

68

199 1,489

64

56

2.66

5.2 1.2

-1.1

-0.5 1.5

2.2

F

70

199 1,026

88

52

2.98

4.4 0.1

1.3

1.7 2.1

1.0

RED TOP VICEROY 44311 14K RED TOP JERSEYS JX PINE-TREE DISCO PARIS 1696 {5}-ET 99K ABS GLOBAL INC JX FARIA BROTHERS MALDINI 421471 {4}-ET 29K FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX RIVER VALLEY DISCO CHERITA 5154 {6}-ET 45K RIVER VALLEY FARM JX FARIA BROTHERS FOURN MIAMI-DADE {4}-ET 29K SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / A JX PEAK MATTIE {6}-ET PEAK GENETICS JX OAK LANE WORLD CUP 2195 {4}-ET OAK LANE JERSEYS TOG LIME W879 8647-ET TRANS-OVA GENETICS JX PEAK MADRID {5}-ET PEAK GENETICS JX PEAK MARKLE {6}-ET PEAK GENETICS JX KASH-IN LUKEMAYE 56541 {4}-ET RANCHO TERESITA DAIRY JX ALL LYNNS NIKKI {4} PEAK GENETICS JX FARIA BROTHERS RONDO 427828 {4}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES AHLEM WORLD CUP FINESSE 53036 {6}-ET AHLEM FARMS PARTNERSHIP JX AVI-LANCHE DISCO HONEY 25398 {4}-P-ET AVILA RICHARD & JENNIFE

JX FARIA BROTHERS ACHIEVER 428010 {4}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS STEVENS 419942 {4}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JCJ STEVE 40227 AHLEM BROTHERS TOG LAPIS 36709-ET TRANS-OVA GENETICS JX FARIA BROTHERS BAYSIDE {4}-ET SEXING TECHNOLOGIES & P

JANUARY 2019

SIRE

DAM

DAM FS

7.3 JX-GOT MAID{5}

SUN VALLEY DIMENSION JERSEE

90

6.7 VICEROY

JX CLOVER PATCH EUSEBIO DEVAN {5}

78

27.5

6.0 JX-RONALDO{3}

JX CROSSWIND AVON 7003 {3}

12.4

7.0 VICEROY

RED TOP MAGNUM 37077 {6}

82 85

100

F

67

199 1,114

66

51

2.77

5.7 1.4

-0.5

0.1 3.0

1.4

21.8

6.8 DISCO

JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO PARIS {4}

F

66

199

807

82

46

2.79

4.3 0.8

-1.1

-0.4 2.1

1.8

24.5

6.3 JX-MALDINI{4}

JX FARIA BROTHERS UNCLE LUKE 311058 {3} 85

100

F

67

199

940

73

41

2.79

6.9 0.9

0.6

0.5 1.4

2.0

28.6

7.2 DISCO

JX RIVER VALLEY CHROME CHERITA 1261 {5}-ET 88

100

F

66

198 1,151

67

58

2.76

4.2 -0.5

0.3

0.9 2.3

1.5

18.8

6.2 JX FOURNET{3}

JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO 303857 {4}

45K 100

F

70

198 1,158

86

55

3.01

5.4 -0.3

0.8

2.2 2.6

1.3

13.7

6.8 VICEROY

JX FARIA BROTHERS MARIAH {5}-ET

45K 100

F

67

198

472

63

32

2.75

7.7 2.2

1.8

2.0 3.3

1.7

31.9

9K 100

F

69

197 1,841

73

65

2.90

5.0 0.2

0.4

1.2 4.5

1.2

1.6

99K 100

F

71

197 1,770

66

65

2.79

4.4 -2.8

-1.0

0.4 3.4

1.5

17.2

45K 100

F

69

197 1,331

89

62

3.00

4.1 -0.9

-0.4

1.1 3.0

0.6

5.7

7.4 WORLD CUP{5}

JX OAK LANE MARLO 364 {3}

8.4 VICEROY

TOG PENGUIN T213 8263-ET

76

88

7.7 JX-CALVIN{4}

JX DUTCH HOLLOW HARRIS MOLLY {5}

6.3 VICEROY

JX FARIA BROTHERS MARIAH {5}-ET

9K 100

F

66

197

884

87

56

3.00

3.4 -0.8

-0.2

0.1 2.2

1.5

11.5

7.9 JX-LUKEMAYE{3} KASH-IN CHROME 47024-ET

80

99K 100

F

71

197 1,136

69

48

2.80

4.9 0.1

0.8

1.3 3.5

1.5

22.2

7.0 JX-CALVIN{4}

JX ALL LYNNS MARLO NERISSA {3}

81

50K 100

F

64

197 1,001

62

45

2.68

6.5 1.7

0.4

0.7 2.0

1.3

21.9

4.2 JX-RONDO{3}

JX FARIA BROTHERS CHILI DORTMUND {4}-ET 90

9K 100

F

67

197

727

57

42

2.76

5.7 1.7

3.0

3.3 3.4

1.3

17.7

7.8 WORLD CUP{5}

AHLEM DAYBREAK FINESSE 40686

90

9K 100

F

65

197 1,038

54

40

2.84

6.8 2.8

1.2

0.9 1.5

2.3

40.1

7.5 DISCO

JX AVI-LANCHE MARLO HONEY 16794 {3}-P

86

100

F

65

196 2,127

86

77

2.89

2.6 -1.9

-1.2

-1.3 0.6

1.0

0.0

4.8 JX FOURNET{3}

JX FARIA BROTHERS HARRIS JUVENTUS {5}-ET 87

100

F

70

196 1,998

75

70

2.84

3.1 -0.6

-1.9

-1.4 3.1

1.7

15.2

5.8 JX-RONALDO{3}

FARIA BROTHER BLADE 236683 {4}

81 86

100

C 67

196 1,002

78

56

2.78

4.3 -1.1

-1.8

-0.8 2.1

1.6

15.7

7.6 JX-STEVENS{5}

RVVF MACKENZIE 44800

100

F

66

196 1,024

90

55

2.87

4.0 -0.7

-0.6

0.2 1.2

1.1

13.2

6.9 JX-MALDINI{4}

JX FARIA BROTHERS LISTOWEL 320239 {5}-ET

100

F

69

196 1,364

60

52

3.02

5.7 1.0

2.8

3.6 4.7

1.5

23.6

7.3 VICEROY

JX CROSSWIND AVON 7190 {3}

14K 100

F

72

196 1,125

66

50

2.88

5.9 1.8

0.4

0.7 2.4

1.6

23.5

8.7 VICEROY

VALSIGNA LEGAL PROMISE 27632

50K 100

F

66

196

84

49

2.90

4.2 -0.5

-0.1

0.4 2.5

2.1

20.1

6.9 JX-LUKEMAYE{3} JX FARIA BROTHERS PELE 340080 {4}-ET

988

9K 100

F

65

196 1,021

53

46

2.80

7.0 2.0

1.8

2.8 4.7

1.8

19.2

7.0 WORLD CUP{5}

JX CROSSWIND MARLO 7123 {3}-ET

45K 100

F

66

196

980

52

44

2.82

6.1 1.4

2.6

3.5 2.0

1.9

28.5

7.0 JX FOURNET{3}

RIVER VALLEY LEMONHEAD CARNIVAL-ET

9K 100

F

65

196

730

66

42

2.78

6.3 2.0

1.1

2.0 3.2

1.6

19.1

7.8 DISCO

AHLEM VISIONARY DREAM 47212

F

65

196

837

56

37

2.76

7.7 2.8

1.3

2.3 2.6

1.5

24.5

7.8 DISCO

AHLEM NEWS SHEBA 486327

AHLEM DISCO SHEBA 52665 9K AHLEM FARMS PARTNERSHIP JX FARIA BROTHERS FOURNETTE 422243 {4}-ET 29K FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX KASH-IN ADVANCE {6}-ET 99K PEAK GENETICS JX FARIA BROTHERS ACHIEVER 436797 {4}-ET 50K FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX JER BEL BANCROFT ADELINE {6} 9K KING HOWARD & FAMILY JX PINE-TREE WORLD CUP HILL 1830 {4}-ET STEINER, MATTHEW JER-Z-BOYZ WORLD CUP MERCY 62149 {6} JER-Z-BOYZ VICTORY CRAZE ANNIKA 51887 VICTORY FARMS LLC JER BEL DISCO ANTICIPATION-ET KING HOWARD & FAMILY JX DUPAT GOT MAID 18781 {5}-ET WICKSTROM JERSEY FARMS

100

GFI

100

JX FARIA BROTHERS FOURNETTE 416214 {4}-ET 29K FARIA DAIRY JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO 368404 {4} 29K FARIA DAIRY JX RVVF STEVENS 50555 {6}-ET 45K RIVER VALLEY FARM JX FARIA BROTHERS MALDINI 411112 {5}-ET 29K FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX CROSSWIND VICEROY 8912 {4} 9K CROSSWIND JERSEYS VALSIGNA VICEROY 31849 WICKSTROM DAIRIES L.P. JX FARIA BROTHERS LUKE MAYE 427541 {4}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX CROSSWIND WORLD CUP 8628 {4}-ET CROSSWIND JERSEYS JX PRIMUS FOURNETTE CARNIVAL 560 {4}-ET JERSEYLAND SIRES AHLEM DISCO DREAM 51847-ET AHLEM FARMS PARTNERSHIP

GENOMIC PREDICTED TRANSMITTING ABILITY MILK FAT PROT SCS PL DPR CCR HCR PTAT JUI

100

85

79

100

F

65

195 2,043

98

74

2.89

1.9 -1.9

-2.6

-1.8 0.0

0.9

1.6

5.3 JX FOURNET{3}

JX FARIA BROTHERS EUSEBIO 309292 {4}-ET

76

100

F

68

195 1,236

81

61

2.75

3.6 -1.9

-0.9

-0.4 3.2

1.1

5.1

7.7 JX-GOT MAID{5}

KASH-IN CHROME 47024-ET

80

100

F

65

195 1,556

54

58

2.80

5.2 1.4

0.3

1.1 3.1

1.8

18.5

5.9 JX-ACHIEVER{3}

JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO 309523 {4}

84

100

F

69

195 1,525

57

56

2.83

4.4 1.6

1.0

1.9 3.1

1.4

20.9

9.0 BANCROFT

JX JER BEL VISIONARY ASPEN {5}

93

45K 100

F

66

195 1,462

74

55

2.86

4.8 0.2

0.0

-0.5 1.2

1.4

22.1

6.3 WORLD CUP{5}

JX FARIA BROTHERS MARLO CHAPEL HILL {3}-ET 82

45K 100

F

67

195

470

71

44

2.79

5.8 0.9

1.7

2.2 0.1

1.1

15.2

6.7 WORLD CUP{5}

JER-Z-BOYZ MAGNUM 46053

84

14K 100

F

68

195

772

74

43

2.94

6.0 3.1

0.9

1.3 2.4

1.7

18.4

8.6 CRAZE

RVVF MACKENZIE 44800

86

45K 100

F

68

195 1,131

53

42

2.74

6.4 2.5

1.7

2.5 3.3

1.7

25.8

9.2 DISCO

JX JER BEL BANCROFT ADELINE {6}

45K 100

F

67

194 1,172

73

59

2.82

4.3 -0.3

-1.5

-1.9 0.3

1.8

24.5

7.1 JX-GOT MAID{5}

JX DUPAT LEONEL 15627 {4}

81

85

50K 100

F

66

194 1,587

57

58

2.90

5.8 2.3

0.4

0.7 2.2

2.2

23.9

6.9 JX-ACHIEVER{3}

JX AVI-LANCHE MARLO LETA 25005 {3}-ET

29K 100

F

66

194 1,150

80

55

2.80

4.8 -1.0

-1.1

-0.5 1.9

1.7

19.2

6.7 JX-STEVENS{5}

JX FARIA BROTHERS MARLO 326680 {3}

14K 100

F

71

194 1,197

87

54

3.05

5.1 -0.1

-0.8

-0.5 2.8

1.4

11.4

9.2 STEVE

JCJ LUSCIOUS 33139

73

9K 100

F

70

194 1,105

82

53

3.00

4.4 -0.2

-0.1

0.6 3.4

1.8

22.0

8.4 VICEROY

TOG LACI U134 8095-ET

29K 100

F

62

194 1,444

65

51

2.85

4.7 -0.3

1.5

2.7 2.7

1.8

23.7

4.2 JX FOURNET{3}

JX FARIA BROTHERS SAINT 321140 {3}

82

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NAME OWNER

JX PROGENESIS CYRUS BUTTON {4}-ET THE SEMEX ALLIANCE JX MM FAMILIA 5420 {4} MISTY MEADOW DAIRY JX CROSSWIND WORLD CUP 8613 {4}-ET CROSSWIND JERSEYS JX FARIA BROTHERS DAYTONA {4}-ET SEXING TECHNOLOGIES & P JX FARIA BROTHERS ACHIEVER 439915 {4}-ET FARIA DAIRY AHLEM DISCO ELECTRA 51788-ET HERRERA, CAMILLE JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO 386208 {4}-ET FARIA DAIRY JX FARIA BROTHERS STEVENS 382875 {4}-ET FARIA DAIRY JX CO-OP 64006 {5} GENESIS COOPERATOR HERD KASH-IN CRAZE 56055-P RANCHO TERESITA DAIRY

GT JH1 JH2 REL JPI

45K 100

F

66

GENOMIC PREDICTED TRANSMITTING ABILITY MILK FAT PROT SCS PL DPR CCR HCR PTAT JUI

194 1,264

79

50

2.77

5.4 0.0

-0.8

0.4 2.2

1.6

15.6

GFI

SIRE

7.6 JX-CYRUS{3}

DAM

DAM FS

JX PROGENESIS PELE BELY {4}-ET

45K 100

F

68

194

828

99

49

3.00

5.0 -0.3

-1.7

-1.7 -0.1

1.8

21.0

7.5 JX-FAMILIA{3}

MM MACKENZIE 22747

45K 100

F

68

194 1,020

62

44

2.81

6.3 2.2

1.3

2.6 4.4

1.2

16.0

7.8 WORLD CUP{5}

JX CROSSWIND AVON 7003 {3}

29K 100

F

66

194

400

85

43

2.91

4.9 0.1

0.7

0.2 0.1

1.5

21.9

6.0 JX-CESPEDES{3} JX FARIA BROTHERS MACKENZIE 315586 {3}

80

50K 100

F

66

194

828

74

39

2.91

5.7 1.1

0.3

0.2 1.9

2.4

36.9

6.2 JX-ACHIEVER{3}

JX FARIA BROTHERS MARLO 282662 {3}-ET

86

9K 100

F

67

194

828

47

35

2.84

7.6 3.0

4.1

3.7 3.2

1.7

31.0

8.5 DISCO

SUNWEST NITRO KILOWATT V1837

86

29K 100

F

70

193 1,865

87

75

2.73

2.4 -1.4

-3.1

-2.8 -0.4

1.3

3.4

6.0 JX-RONALDO{3}

JX FARIA BROTHERS MARLO CHAPEL HILL {3}-ET 82

29K 100

C 65

193 1,300

76

57

2.74

4.8 -1.6

-0.8

-0.4 1.5

1.0

15.5

6.3 JX-STEVENS{5}

JX FARIA BROTHERS MARLO 304662 {3}-ET

82

99K 100

F

69

193

347

73

41

2.84

6.1 1.9

1.0

1.4 2.8

1.5

10.6

7.8 WORLD CUP{5}

JX CO-OP 43252 {4}-P-ET

78

9K 100

F

66

193 1,018

54

34

2.81

7.9 3.7

3.3

3.6 3.4

1.5

23.2

8.7 CRAZE

KASH-IN DILLAN 50544-P

82

75

CDF VICEROY MARCIN W8182 45K C & S LIVESTOCK JX FARIA BROTHERS FOURNETTE 419094 {4}-ET 29K FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX PEAK MOLLY CLVN 80859 {5}-ET 45K PEAK GENETICS JX CAL-MERT VICEROY GINA 240 {4}-ET 45K MARTIN DAIRY LLC AHLEM VICEROY BUTTONS 52865-ET 9K AHLEM FARMS PARTNERSHIP

100

F

71

192 1,473

75

61

2.93

4.1 -0.3

-0.5

0.5 3.0

1.0

11.6

7.3 VICEROY

CDF MARCIN SPARKY V11728

100

F

65

192 1,442

85

59

2.91

3.6 -1.9

-1.3

-0.9 0.7

1.8

20.2

6.1 JX FOURNET{3}

JX FARIA BROTHERS EUSEBIO 303739 {4}-ET

100

F

69

192 1,200

67

55

2.74

4.1 -1.8

-1.1

0.2 2.7

1.5

22.6

6.8 JX-CALVIN{4}

JX DUTCH HOLLOW HARRIS MOLLY {5}

100

F

70

192 1,173

71

53

2.98

3.9 1.0

2.3

2.4 3.4

1.3

15.8

6.6 VICEROY

JX CAL-MART MARLO GWYN 8894 {3}

100

F

70

192 1,081

72

51

2.93

5.5 1.2

0.0

1.0 3.8

1.6

20.9

8.1 VICEROY

AHLEM AXIS BUTTONS 45029-ET

VALSIGNA VICEROY 31654 14K 100 F 71 192 971 81 51 2.97 5.1 0.6 0.7 2.3 3.8 0.9 9.3 7.9 VICEROY VALSIGNA MARVEL 27441 SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / A JX MM USAIN BOLT 5839 {4} 45K 100 F 64 192 954 82 51 2.80 3.6 1.0 -0.3 0.1 2.0 1.4 18.0 5.2 JX-USAIN BOLT{3} JX MM PABLO 22784 {4} MISTY MEADOW DAIRY CDF VICEROY MARCIN W7264 9K 100 F 70 192 1,125 58 48 2.98 6.0 2.5 1.9 2.7 4.0 1.5 20.7 8.3 VICEROY JX CDF MARCIN KILOWATT V9641 {6} C & S LIVESTOCK JX CROSSWIND WORLD CUP 8286 {4}-ET 9K 100 F 64 192 518 52 38 2.87 6.7 2.4 1.3 2.6 4.2 1.7 30.0 6.5 WORLD CUP{5} JX CROSSWIND VANDRELL 6870 {3}-ET CROSSWIND JERSEYS JX FARIA BROTHERS CALVIN 76536 {5}-ET 13K 100 F 70 191 1,859 66 64 2.76 4.1 -1.7 -1.6 0.1 3.5 1.3 11.7 7.1 JX-CALVIN{4} JX FARIA BROTHERS VOLCANO PSG {4} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES

86

87

81

GENERATION COUNT (GC) 3/GC 4-6 WITH A BBR 93 AND LOWER JX TWINRIDGE LOGAN {3} 99K 89 F AARDEMA DAIRY / DOUBLE JX TAYLOR BROTHERS GOT MAID 8368 {5} TAYLOR BROTHERS JX FARIA BROTHERS STEVENS BOSTON {3}-ET 45K 100 F FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS RONDO 436799 {4}-ET 50K 91 F FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS GARNETT 399869 {4}-ET 29K 93 F FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS SOUTH BEACH {3}-ET SEXING TECHNOLOGIES & P JX TWINRIDGE CHANELLE {3} AARDEMA DAIRY / DOUBLE JX VICTORY VICEROY GLENNA 49424 {3} VICTORY FARMS LLC JX FARIA BROTHERS RONDO 421443 {4}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX TWINRIDGE CARRILLO {3} AARDEMA DAIRY / DOUBLE

29K 100

F

57

226 2,163

77

76

2.70

5.9 0.2

-0.5

0.6 3.1

1.3

13.2

2.3 JX-RONALDO{3}

JX AARDEMA 55292 {2}

29

220 1,065

77

78

2.87

3.0 -0.4

-1.1

-1.0 1.1

1.0

9.6

8.3 JX-GOT MAID{5}

JX TAYLOR BROTHERS PROP JOE 7360 {4}

66

220 1,459

95

64

2.77

4.2 -1.8

-1.4

-0.2 3.0

1.4

17.2

5.5 JX-STEVENS{5}

JX FARIA BROTHERS HULK IBRAHIMOVIC {2}-ET 90

61

220 1,456

96

62

2.84

4.6 0.2

-0.3

-0.1 2.4

0.8

12.1

3.8 JX-RONDO{3}

JX FARIA BROTHERS WORLD CUP 342025 {4}-ET

65

213 1,557 104 64

2.87

4.3 -0.4

-2.9

-2.1 0.4

1.4

18.4

5.7 JX-GARNETT{3}

JX FARIA BROTHERS EUSEBIO 309292 {4}-ET

67

212 1,460

2.77

5.7 1.1

0.4

-0.1 1.7

1.6

26.1

6.3 JX-GARNETT{3}

JX FARIA BROTHERS MAGNUM 241886 {2}-ET 88

74

56

99K 90

F

60

211 1,798

69

73

2.77

3.9 0.7

0.0

0.8 2.7

1.2

15.0

2.9 JX-RONALDO{3}

JX AARDEMA 55189 {2}

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JX VICTORY MACKENZIE 44094 {2}

89

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JX TWIN RIDGE 54654 {2}

81

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64

205 1,703

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84

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81

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76

62

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84

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JX FARIA BROTHERS WORLD CUP 342025 {4}-ET

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198 1,856

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197 1,279

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GT JH1 JH2 REL JPI

VICTORY FARMS LLC JX FARIA BROTHERS CESPEDES MANGOS {3}-ET 29K 100 ABS GLOBAL INC JX FARIA BROTHERS ACHIEVER 443905 {3}-ET 50K 90 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES

JX AARDEMA 50995 {3} AARDEMA DAIRY / DOUBLE JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO 386298 {3}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS MACKENZIE 297107 {3} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS MALDINI 415451 {3}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS DANESTAR 446907 {3}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS USAIN BOLT 414382 {3}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS DELUCA 380797 {3}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS TYRION 390279 {3} FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX CROSSWIND VANDRELL 8793 {3} CROSSWIND JERSEYS JX FARIA BROTHERS KLAY SLO {3}-P-ET GENEX COOPERATIVE INC

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197 1,326

76

52

2.84

5.5 0.9

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2.2

22.2

5.3 JX-CESPEDES{3} JX FARIA BROTHERS MAGNUM 241886 {2}-ET 88

F

61

197 1,043

73

48

2.84

4.8 0.8

0.4

1.5 3.9

1.3

22.6

3.4 JX-ACHIEVER{3}

JX FARIA BROTHERS CESPEDES 440269 {3}-ET 50K 100 F FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX PINE-TREE ENZO DELLIA 1917 {4}-ET STEINER, MATTHEW JX PINE-TREE ENZO DELLIA 1912 {4}-ET STEINER, MATTHEW JX MM RONALDO 4388 {4} 45K 90 F MISTY MEADOW DAIRY JX FARIA BROTHERS EDGEWATER {4}-ET 29K 93 F SEXING TECHNOLOGIES & P JX FARIA BROTHERS PELE 346952 {3}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS STEVENS 372521 {3}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS ENZO 435618 {3}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS MALDINI 429012 {3}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX FARIA BROTHERS ACHIEVER 442702 {3}-ET FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES

GENOMIC PREDICTED TRANSMITTING ABILITY MILK FAT PROT SCS PL DPR CCR HCR PTAT JUI

JX FARIA BROTHERS HULK ALONSO {2}-ET

85

65

197

811

76

45

2.79

5.2 0.2

1.7

0.9 1.2

1.4

17.8

4.3 JX-CESPEDES{3} JX FARIA BROTHERS HULK IBRAHIMOVIC {2}-ET 90

34

196 1,443

64

59

2.84

5.1 0.3

0.6

1.2 2.7

1.6

16.1

7.3 JX-ENZO{3}

PINE-TREE WORLD CUP DELLIA {6}-ET

34

196 1,443

64

59

2.84

5.1 0.3

0.6

1.2 2.7

1.6

16.1

7.3 JX-ENZO{3}

PINE-TREE WORLD CUP DELLIA {6}-ET

67

195 1,873

90

74

2.85

2.0 -0.9

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-1.5 1.0

1.3

7.1

4.5 JX-RONALDO{3}

JX MM MACKENZIE 21705 {4}

71

63

195 1,416

63

54

2.76

5.6 1.3

0.2

1.3 2.5

1.9

22.3

4.7 JX-BELLMAN{3}

JX FARIA BROTHERS RONALDO 310418 {4}

84

88

99K 89

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66

195 1,329

73

49

2.88

5.2 0.8

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33.0

5.3 JX-PELE{3}

JX FARIA BROTHERS HARRIS MAN U {2}-ET

29K 100

C 66

194 1,499

89

61

2.92

3.3 -2.1

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12.7

4.9 JX-STEVENS{5}

JX FARIA BROTHERS HULK IBRAHIMOVIC {2}-ET 90

77

50K 93

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65

194 1,674

59

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194 1,244 100 58

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194 1,017

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193 1,432

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JX FARIA BROTHERS MALDINI 429112 {3}-ET 50K 100 FARIA BROTHERS DAIRIES JX PINE-TREE UNCLE LUKE DELLA 1560 {3}-ET 45K 100 AVILA RICHARD & JENNIFE JX ROYAL TYRION 2783 {3} 50K 100 SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / A JX FARIA BROTHERS PELE LUBBOCK {4}-ET 99K 90 PROGENESIS LP JX FARIA BROTHERS RONDO OCEAN DRIVE {4}-ET 29K 91 SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / A

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191 1,178

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PERFORMANCE REPORT

REAP Herds Ranked By GJPI Average, December 2018 The top 25% of U.S. Jersey herds ranked by average Jersey Performance IndexTM are listed below. This list includes qualifying herds with an average GJPI of +48 or greater. Listed next to the number of cows in the herd is the percent of the herd that has been genotyped and included in the average. Herds must be enrolled in the AJCA REAP program to be included in the ranking and have at least 10 Registered Jerseys with JPIs. Cows with genomic evaluations are included in the average. The average includes only Herd Register and Generation Count 4, 5 and 6 cows that have calved within the past 15 months with no termination code associated with the current lactation. In the case of ties, the herd ranked higher for Predicted Transmitting Ability Protein (PTAP) is listed first. Any herds that remain tied are then listed in order of herd average for PTA Milk (PTAM). There are 193 herds listed with an average JPI of +64. David

Allen, Reedsburg, Wis., climbed to the top spot this genetic summary. The 87-cow herd has an average GJPI of +98 and is 100% genotyped. Following in second is Martin Dairy LLC, Tillamook, Ore. The 954 cow herd is 97% genotyped and has an average GJPI of +98. Claiming the third spot is the Sexing Technologies herd in Navasota, Texas. The 157-cow herd has an average GJPI of +91 with 98% of the herd genotyped. Moving into the fourth spot is William H. Pearl, Barnet, Vt. The 71-cow herd is 92% genotyped and has an average GJPI of +87. Rounding out the top five is the University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. The 13-cow herd has an average GJPI of +87 and is 54% genotyped. There were 108,016 cows in 765 REAP herds summarized in the December 2018 genetic evaluations with an average GJPI of +56. GPTA averages for the breed were +327M, +22F, +15P, +195 CM$, +186 NM$, +167 FM$ and +149 GM$.

HERD/OWNER ADDRESS COWS %GT PTAM PTAF PTAP CM$ NM$ FM$ GM$ GJPI

HERD/OWNER ADDRESS COWS %GT PTAM PTAF PTAP CM$ NM$ FM$ GM$ GJPI

ALLEN, DAVID REEDSBURG, WI 87 100 813 39 32 338 326 299 254 MARTIN DAIRY LLC TILLAMOOK, OR 954 97 579 38 27 339 322 285 265 SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / ACCOUNTING DEPT NAVASOTA, TX 157 98 650 38 27 317 304 278 247 PEARL, WILLIAM H. BARNET, VT 71 92 634 31 28 294 279 248 229 UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA ATHENS, GA 13 54 560 30 23 301 289 265 240

FOREST GLEN JERSEYS 307 38 ALBRIGHT JERSEYS LLC 464 20

KOZAK, ALAN 453 97 429 32 BERRY COLLEGE 37 100 713 35 FRANCK, NATHAN 12 100 336 45 LEHNERTZ, TRAVIS 118 92 664 32 AHLEM, JAMES 3,140 73 715 32

MILLERSBURG, OH 23 293 277 241 243 MOUNT BERRY, GA 27 290 281 262 225 NEWHALL, IA 19 313 298 266 245 PLAINVIEW, MN 27 295 283 259 220 HILMAR, CA 27 287 278 259 220

NYMAN BROS. HILMAR, CA 1,063 0 713 32 26 283 275 258 219 ST BRIGIDS FARM KENNEDYVILLE, MD 55 67 698 29 26 277 268 249 223 HEINZ, LLOYD SHAWANO, WI 88 100 457 32 23 289 272 237 226 TAYLOR BROTHERS SAINT ALBANS, ME 357 91 890 35 30 285 280 269 217 HOGAN, DAVID L. TILLAMOOK, OR 2,073 16 637 43 29 301 286 253 230 D & D JERSEYS NEWTON, WI 95 91 614 33 27 278 264 234 205 WILSONVIEW DAIRY TILLAMOOK, OR 463 94 662 34 26 284 274 252 217 RED TOP JERSEYS HILMAR, CA 3,272 32 642 33 26 277 266 241 212 NYMAN BROS. HILMAR, CA 220 1 695 32 25 276 267 250 209 RICHFIELD FARMS INC. GREENWOOD, DE 72 56 584 30 24 280 269 245 218

98 97 91 87 87 87 86 86 85 84 83 83 83 82 82 81 81 81 81 81

WICKSTROM JERSEY FARMS INC. HILMAR, CA 2,446 54 728 31 27 270 260 241 206 80 AHLEM FOOTHILL FARMS TURLOCK, CA 2,606 13 656 30 25 272 264 246 212 80 SAND CREEK DAIRY LLC HASTINGS, MI 283 81 498 33 22 281 269 242 218 80

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DAYTON, OR 24 268 256 229 214 79 WILLARD, OH 23 256 245 222 212 78

UNITED PRIDE DAIRY, LLC 33 79 596 27 SUNWEST JERSEY DAIRY 1,365 73 567 29 DEN KEL JERSEYS LLC 58 50 510 34 FOREST GLEN JERSEYS 1,980 46 586 32 AVILA, RICHARD & JENNIFER M. 1,992 46 679 30

PHILLIPS, WI 22 258 250 234 201 HILMAR, CA 22 265 257 238 206 BYRON, NY 26 268 250 211 197 DAYTON, OR 25 265 253 226 210 DALHART, TX 26 261 252 234 196

NYMAN BROS. 529 0 679 29 MOUNT ROCK JERSEYS LLC 468 43 617 30 WICKSTROM DAIRIES L.P. 3,059 48 663 27 CROSSWIND JERSEYS 950 44 571 26 ROWLEY, STEVE 125 52 564 28

HILMAR, CA 24 258 251 237 199 NEWVILLE, PA 24 259 249 229 203 HILMAR, CA 23 260 254 241 191 ELKTON, SD 22 250 240 220 200 FOXWORTH, MS 22 255 245 224 202

C & S LIVESTOCK HILMAR, CA 2,265 76 532 28 21 258 250 231 202 SPRING VALLEY FARM MILLERSBURG, OH 50 0 337 32 21 264 245 204 200 SPRING CREEK FARMS HIXTON, WI 82 13 547 33 25 261 247 216 204 VAN DE JERSEYS TRANSFER, PA 325 42 238 26 16 250 234 201 202 SPRUCE ROW FARM, INC. MEADVILLE, PA 251 5 569 29 24 250 238 213 189 LEGENDAIRY FARMS 362 35 327 34 AHLEM FARMS PARTNERSHIP 1,976 75 484 24 SMITH, AMANDA C. 10 30 550 24 STEINHAUERS JERSEYS 149 31 464 26 BOER JERSEYS 519 17 433 27

BEAVER, OR 21 262 245 206 203 HILMAR, CA 19 243 234 215 190 DENMARK, WI 24 237 224 196 191 MATTOON, WI 20 240 229 208 195 DALHART, TX 19 245 235 213 193

TWIN STAR DAIRY

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HERD/OWNER ADDRESS COWS %GT PTAM PTAF PTAP CM$ NM$ FM$ GM$ GJPI

HERD/OWNER ADDRESS COWS %GT PTAM PTAF PTAP CM$ NM$ FM$ GM$ GJPI

376 74 429 30 19 251 240 217 195 WAGNER, LEONARD & FAMILY LITCHFIELD, MN 398 1 764 30 27 245 239 225 192 HICKORY HILL FARMS INC HOSPERS, IA 45 0 724 25 23 229 226 223 177 FOUR J JERSEYS TIPTON, CA 1,914 90 470 31 21 248 236 209 183 LEHR, KYLIE MARGARET CANASTOTA, NY 11 100 482 27 20 250 242 222 195

CLEMSON UNIVERSITY/DAIRY FARM 48 33 467 21 KLINE, DAVID 51 47 207 27

STEINER, AARON 58 86 316 26 SILVA, ERIC LEONARD 219 75 231 36 NYMAN BROS 369 0 629 29 ANYKING DAIRY 93 70 486 27 YOSEMITE JERSEY DAIRY 1,987 77 475 25

BURBANK, OH 17 245 231 202 190 BEAVER, OR 17 262 245 210 190 HILMAR, CA 23 242 235 221 180 CENTRALIA, KS 21 243 233 211 184 HILMAR, CA 19 237 229 212 182

GOMES JERSEY DAIRY, LLC TILLAMOOK, OR 371 42 362 31 19 251 237 207 191 BILTMORE FARMS FLETCHER, NC 404 5 576 25 22 231 222 204 173 SUNNY RIDGE DAIRY TILLAMOOK, OR 89 52 506 32 22 247 235 211 191 CONSOLIDATED DAIRY MANAGEMENT, LLC HARTLEY, TX 3,200 2 510 25 19 234 227 212 180 MOLE HILL DAIRY LLC DAYTON, VA 64 53 459 24 19 238 228 208 190 DIAMOND VALLEY DAIRY SALEM, OR 134 74 439 27 19 240 229 206 192 CANTENDO ACRES-GRAZELAND JERSEYS WOOSTER, OH 58 29 743 29 28 233 225 208 184 CLEVELAND, WILLIAM L. & BARBARA A. WELLSBORO, PA 58 2 582 28 24 231 221 198 175 AHLEM, JAMES HILMAR, CA 504 79 658 26 23 234 229 218 184 OAK LANE JERSEYS ALEXANDRIA, SD 155 45 502 27 20 234 225 207 181 DIAS FAMILY DAIRY HILMAR, CA 288 0 495 28 20 236 226 207 186 SILVER MAPLE FARMS INC. ALBION, ME 116 81 481 24 20 236 227 208 175 BELLVIEW FARM /HAROLD L. & GLEN BELL DRESDEN, TN 93 1 407 27 19 236 224 198 180 BOHNERT JERSEYS EAST MOLINE, IL 515 31 399 27 19 237 225 201 180 GARDNER, MARK & SHANNON DAYTON, PA 307 95 388 26 19 239 227 201 190 CROWN HILL JERSEYS 80 70 -33 27 DERAADT, JAKE 32 19 667 27 MOLLY BROOK FARMS 60 53 562 27 VANDELL FARMS INC. 80 9 572 26 LUCKY HILL FARM 163 87 348 26

STERLING, OH 10 243 224 182 181 LEMOORE, CA 23 224 218 207 183 WEST DANVILLE, VT 23 229 219 197 169 SHARON, WI 20 224 218 204 171 DANVILLE, VT 18 234 222 195 172

ENDRES JAZZY JERSEYS LODI, WI 639 8 520 29 21 230 222 204 182 ROCK BOTTOM DAIRY ALVORD, IA 326 17 241 28 18 236 220 183 178 FANELLI DAIRY HILMAR, CA 755 15 374 26 16 224 216 197 178 MAXWELL, JOHN & EDWIN DONAHUE, IA 242 100 620 25 22 226 220 206 169 RHEIN, CRAIG A. PINE GROVE, PA 126 25 560 24 21 220 212 195 161 MILLS JERSEY FARM LLC 336 62 559 29 GRABER JERSEY FARMS 25 96 444 25 STAAS FARM INC. 722 2 391 26

JANUARY 2019

72 71 71 71 71 71 71 70 70 70 70 69 69 69 69 69 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 67 67 67 67 66 66 66 65 65

FALLON, NV 21 236 229 214 183 65 PARKER, SD 20 231 220 197 182 65 MARYSVILLE, CA 19 227 215 189 173 65

CLEMSON, SC 18 217 210 195 161 65 SHREVE, OH 16 220 204 168 156 65

SAR-BEN FARMS INC. SAINT PAUL, OR 101 0 502 25 20 220 211 193 170 RUDGERS, LYMAN ATTICA, NY 144 15 497 24 19 221 214 199 170 KIRCHDOERFER, JOE CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO 187 99 454 22 18 216 209 194 170 RANCHO TERESITA DAIRY TULARE, CA 1,889 85 362 24 17 222 212 191 165 MOORE, BRIAN J. MOUNT ULLA, NC 45 4 302 22 17 218 205 177 165 PETERSON ERIC & ROY TILLAMOOK, OR 269 3 208 25 16 219 203 168 180 JER-Z-BOYZ RANCH PIXLEY, CA 5,079 6 216 32 15 239 225 193 183 NORMANDELL FARMS LIBERTY, PA 61 28 453 25 19 213 203 182 162 RIALS, NEVILLE P. & ROMAN KOKOMO, MS 145 56 470 25 18 216 209 193 164 SUN VALLEY FARM CLOVERDALE, OR 520 28 297 30 18 227 212 179 168 DUTCH HOLLOW FARM 777 45 393 23 CHATEAU BASQUE JERSEYS 821 23 494 24 DIAS, RYAN & AMBER 204 31 437 26 BARLASS JERSEYS LLC 434 18 405 23 HETTINGA, JASON 87 40 356 25

SCHODACK LANDING, NY 17 215 206 185 158 CERES, CA 19 211 203 187 157 KINGSBURG, CA 19 217 207 185 163 JANESVILLE, WI 19 213 203 180 164 ORANGE CITY, IA 18 218 206 181 166

VIERRA DAIRY FARMS 584 48 355 24 WOODS, GREG 181 3 199 26 HUGHES, RICHARD & MARILYN 186 5 13 25 JENKS, WILLIAM H. (JIM) 579 1 509 26 MARTIN, BRIAN L. 106 1 450 23

HILMAR, CA 16 215 206 188 162 BEAVER, OR 15 216 202 171 176 BODEGA, CA 10 216 199 163 193 MARATHON, WI 20 212 205 188 153 KUTZTOWN, PA 19 204 195 175 143

MASON, SCOTT & HEIDI 101 6 374 27 PINE HILL JERSEY FARM LLC 225 8 400 23 DIAMOND S FARM 13 38 299 24 YODER, MERLE 107 41 356 24 KUTZ DAIRY LLC 1,812 3 329 25

N STRATFORD, NH 19 215 203 177 169 NEW WATERFORD, OH 18 205 194 171 162 NORTH BRANCH, MN 18 210 196 164 153 HUTCHINSON, KS 17 214 204 182 162 JEFFERSON, WI 17 211 200 175 165

EVERGREEN DAIRY ANTIGO, WI 204 5 358 25 15 213 205 189 178 CLEAR VU FARM/HAROLD L. OR BUDDY BELL DRESDEN, TN 69 0 541 25 21 201 193 177 155 CLOVER FARMS DUNDAS, IL 1,453 15 548 20 19 201 197 189 161 FARSIDE FARMS ALEXANDER, NC 46 0 493 20 19 200 193 177 148 GREEN VALLEY DAIRY KERMAN, CA 924 1 424 30 19 224 214 193 162 WILTERDINK, DON SHEBOYGAN FLS, WI 61 3 274 33 17 225 210 179 157 REFUGE DAIRY KERENS, TX 351 24 346 21 16 204 194 174 170 RICHARDSON FAMILY FARM WOODSTOCK, VT 45 2 237 23 14 205 192 165 175 WRIGHT, DERRICK OR BEVERLY RANDOLPH, VT 38 3 167 23 14 210 194 160 169 SEXTON, STACI ZUMBRO FALLS, MN 13 77 427 26 21 217 206 182 165

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BLOUNT, KEVIN & RONDA TURLOCK, CA 827 1 299 20 13 185 177 161 150 WHITESIDE JERSEY FARM HUTCHINSON, KS 90 3 232 22 13 200 190 168 175 STEINER, MATTHEW MARSHALLVILLE, OH 182 41 158 19 12 186 174 146 144 RIVER VALLEY FARM MORTON, IL 166 97 117 18 12 187 174 145 137 STRACK -VIEW FARMS LLC RANDOM LAKE, WI 81 30 259 25 16 192 178 149 141

BOYD-LEE JERSEYS PARROTTSVILLE, TN 54 24 403 30 20 220 208 181 159 59 OWENS FARMS INC. 740 42 381 23 YODER, SAMUEL L. 32 47 355 19 WINGERT FARMS 28 0 423 21 AHLEM FARMS PARTNERSHIP 1,068 53 388 20 COOK, WILLIAM J. 31 97 298 19

FREDERIC, WI 18 204 193 168 158 HUTCHINSON, KS 17 196 185 162 156 ALEXANDRIA, PA 16 197 190 174 159 HILMAR, CA 16 198 190 174 154 AURORA, NY 15 200 190 169 142

KEEWAYDIN FARM 64 3 308 32 FISCALINI FARMS 60 78 519 15 IRISHTOWN ACRES 452 2 318 23 MASON, P. THOMAS 383 13 339 21 CARLSON, CHERYL A. 40 35 68 32

STOWE, VT 19 213 198 165 163 MODESTO, CA 18 190 186 176 151 GROVE CITY, PA 16 199 187 162 156 CHESTERTOWN, MD 15 201 193 174 152 TULLY, NY 14 219 199 157 151

BRIXEY, JAMES & JANA 39 0 272 27 HUFFARD DAIRY FARMS 295 16 593 21 SILVER CREEK DAIRY FARM, LLC 141 35 418 23 TUTTLE, SCOTT O. 45 0 416 23 KING HOWARD & FAMILY 172 16 435 18

NORWOOD, MO 13 209 199 180 165 CROCKETT, VA 21 193 188 176 141 FOREST, OH 18 202 193 173 149 WINDHAM, NY 18 199 189 169 157 FREMONT, OH 17 193 186 171 149

OSU AGRIC TECHNICAL INSTITUTE WOOSTER, OH 57 23 320 18 15 190 181 162 142 BARHAM JERSEY FARM CALHOUN, TN 180 39 332 21 14 193 186 171 148 HEAGY, LUKE C. & CAROL A. RED CREEK, NY 81 5 293 22 14 193 184 163 167 BASSETT, ALBERT M. WOODSTOCK, VT 76 1 283 23 14 200 189 168 164 AHLEM FARMS PARTNERSHIP HILMAR, CA 1,708 55 335 16 13 188 182 169 148 DOMINO FARMS ACCORD, NY 87 6 407 23 17 190 181 163 148 SCOTCH VIEW FARMS STAMFORD, NY 95 20 340 19 17 189 178 155 142 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY COLUMBUS, OH 132 52 414 21 16 189 183 169 142 BAKER, ROBERT T. OR JANET A. ENUMCLAW, WA 151 0 336 26 16 209 199 177 160 SUKALSKI, STEPHANIE, JOSEPH & KENRIC LE ROY, MN 23 61 209 11 10 182 173 156 140 DERR, MATTHEW L. AND ALICIA C. LINDEN, PA 61 3 442 24 19 195 187 168 145 SHENANDOAH JERSEYS BOONSBORO, MD 105 10 513 20 18 188 184 175 145 ZOLLINGER, ERIC STERLING, OH 38 26 371 20 17 191 181 161 150 GLEN MEADOWS FARM FULTONVILLE, NY 252 5 306 22 16 193 183 161 149 PEELER, L. D. STARR, SC 98 82 282 20 13 187 179 160 132 PRICE BROTHERS JERSEYS STATESVILLE, NC 166 3 415 21 17 186 178 161 138 HOARDS DAIRYMAN FARM FORT ATKINSON, WI 162 80 319 21 16 188 178 156 137 CORNWELL, JEFF LAWNDALE, NC 74 5 328 19 15 181 172 152 136 TRUTTMANN, DAN BLANCHARDVLLE, WI 79 41 318 23 15 191 183 164 148 UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY LOGAN, UT 31 45 242 19 14 182 171 149 133

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KATZMAN BROS. WHITEWATER, WI 273 25 330 22 14 182 175 160 140 KENNY JERSEY FARM LLC ENON VALLEY, PA 128 21 285 22 15 185 174 150 136 SILVEIRA JERSEYS HILMAR, CA 150 1 371 17 14 173 167 156 132 ALVES, ISIDRO FALLON, NV 25 4 280 27 14 187 176 155 120 BOK, SAMUEL A. DEFIANCE, OH 222 4 443 22 18 180 173 157 124

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VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE & STATE UNIVERSITY BLACKSBURG, VA 35 31 526 23 17 189 186 182 147 51 ETTINGER, AMBER & KENLEY CAMERON KINARDS, SC 169 8 401 16 15 170 165 156 130 51 HIGHLAND FARMS CORNISH, ME 235 17 357 19 15 173 166 151 137 51 GRAY, BOB & KIM NEWBURY, VT 12 0 301 18 14 167 157 136 114 51 ZIMMERMAN, PAUL BRODHEAD, WI 150 86 255 17 11 176 171 159 133 51 BRENTWOOD FARMS ORLAND, CA 1,201 22 197 18 10 175 168 153 145 GILLMAN, ELIZABETH COLCHESTER, CT 33 0 -11 17 9 175 158 123 138 ARNOLD, JAMES POSEYVILLE, IN 56 0 288 21 15 168 159 138 128 MARTIN, LARRY TYLERTOWN, MS 68 34 324 18 14 173 166 152 140 LANTZKY, BRIAN & HEIDI & FAMILY HAWKEYE, IA 145 48 273 20 14 171 162 143 126 YOUNG, DARRYL HILLSDALE, WI 99 0 244 17 13 172 162 141 140 HOOVER, MARTIN MOHNTON, PA 69 3 -4 22 11 181 162 121 146 HAWARDEN JERSEYS INC. WESTON, ID 120 39 -149 18 8 178 158 114 139 VANZYVERDEN FARMS LLC NIANGUA, MO 113 22 412 19 16 170 165 154 124 WHITE ROCK FARM, LLC RANDOLPH CENTER, VT 124 11 157 19 12 170 158 134 130 KESSENICH FARMS LLC DE FOREST, WI 314 64 157 17 10 169 159 139 124 KOEHN, STEVEN B. MENO, OK 75 23 157 13 9 162 155 140 113 SUNBOW JERSEYS COTTAGE GROVE, TN 123 20 585 17 19 164 161 157 125 DOCHEFF JERSEYS LONGMONT, CO 51 4 416 22 16 167 161 148 112 KLOPPE DAIRY FARM INC. NEW HAVEN, MO 301 6 387 19 15 172 167 157 142 PARSONS DAIRY FARM LLC 37 0 220 17 HIGH LAWN FARM 94 31 316 16 DIAMOND K JERSEYS 272 0 294 18 OELFKE, JAMES L. & FAMILY 101 8 195 17 WOODSTOCK DAIRY 74 27 194 22

ANTIGO, WI 14 164 151 125 124 LEE, MA 13 158 151 138 127 TILLAMOOK, OR 13 163 157 142 123 HAMBURG, MN 12 160 150 130 125 CORNING, CA 11 167 158 138 121

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JERSEY JOURNAL


New England Jerseys

Sponsor of the Northeast Jersey Classic and Breeder’s Sale

President: AJCA-NAJ Area Representative: Moira Poitras, Mass. Brenda Snow 802/728-3920

Secretary: Darlene Pyle, Vt.

Lucky Hill Farm Mapleline Farm

Henry and Jenn McReynolds 845 McReynolds Road, Danville, VT 05828 Email luckyhilljerseys@yahoo.com Phone 802/748-0085 or 802/748-9213

Springdale Jerseys Inc. The Whitcomb Family • sdfarm@fairpoint.net 205 Birches Rd., Waldo, Maine 04915 207/342-5446 Phone/Fax 207/342-5135 Walter • 207/722-3247 Nancy

The John Kokoski Family

57 Comins Road, Hadley, MA 01035 Herd Manager: Rich West Home 413/549-6486 Email jkokoski@maplelinefarm.com Website www.maplelinefarm.com

Silver Maple Farms Inc.

The McKeen Family • Home of SMJ Jerseys 414 Hussey Rd., Albion, ME 04910 Barn: 207/437-5181 • Home 207/437-2554 E-mail: dennis.mckeen@gmail.com A REAP herd and member of New England Jersey Sires, Inc.

CRESCENT FARM

Sheldon Sawyer, Sr. and Sheldon “Tom” Sawyer, Jr. Owners 420 Wentworth Rd., Walpole, NH 03608-9715

Phone and Fax: 603/756-4049 Email: toms18438@yahoo.com

Iowa State Fair Junior Jersey Show

Letter To The Editor

Stone-Front Maverick Vicky was named Grand Champion for Kaylee Koss, Epworth, at the Iowa State Fair Junior Jersey Show on August 11, 2018. Arthur Acres Roman Nightingale-ET, shown by Breanna Hakeman, Oelwein, was named Reserve Grand Champion. Bob Hageman, Poynette, Wis., judged the 37 Registered Jerseys shown in Des Moines, Iowa. Class Winners

Junior heifer calf (6 shown) Sandy Hill Bmmerang Roxie {1} , Carter Eilers, Scotch Grove Intermediate heifer calf (3 shown) Sunrise Valley Fizz Thelma, Grace Howe, Waukon Senior heifer calf (11 shown) Bambi-KCCK Colton Erin (S: Chilli Action Colton, D: Bambis Sultan Erica), Cole Kruse, Dyersville, res. jr. champ. Summer yearling heifer (6 shown) Schulte Bros Flamboyant Lady-ET, Grace Howe Junior yearling heifer (1 shown) Arthuracres Tequila Maria-ET, Rachel Fefel, Epworth Winter yearling heifer (3 shown) Meadowridge Fizz Sparkle-ET (S: J-Kay Tequila Fizz, D: Meadowridge Jackknife Summer), Cole Kruse, jr. champ.

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Meadowridge Fizz Sparkle-ET 1st Winter yearling heifer Junior Champion Junior 2-yr.-old (2 shown) Arthur Acres Roman Nightingale-ET (S: Roseys Tequila Roman, D: Edgebrook Nevada Nibbles), Breanna Hakeman, Oelwein, res. sr. and res. gr. champ. Junior 3-yr.-old cow (1 shown) Stone-Front Maverick Vicky (S: Golden Dream Critic Maverick-P, D: Stone-Front Eclipse Venus), Kaylee Koss, Epworth, sr. and gr. champ. Senior 3-yr.-old cow (1 shown) Genesis-CCC Gameplan Java, Abigail Gruhn, Farley 4-yr.-old (4 shown) Summetz Applejack Heather, Simon Berentschot, Lester

Thank you for sponsoring the top Jersey individual prize consisting of the framed canvas and magazine subscription. Also, thank you for sponsoring the high team Jersey prizes consisting of the paperweight and plaque. It was an honor for us to represent Iowa at NAILE while competing in the dairy judging contest. Thanks again! Madi Palmer Iowa State 4-H Team

JERSEY JOURNAL


Stoney Point Andreas Becca

KCJF Colton Can Be It

All American Milking Yearling John and Julie Mayer, MD

Hirds Colton Dream

All American Lifetime Cheese Production Cow Keightley and Core and Borba, KY

Goff Impression Mae 31344-ET Reserve All American Milking Yearling Buster Goff, NM

KCJF Colton Catch Me-ET

All American Junior Two-Year-Old Cow Brittany Core, KY

All American Senior Two-Year-Old Cow Brady Core, KY

South Mountain Voltage Radiant-ET

Ho-Crawf Andreas Joplin

All American National Jersey Jug Futurity Winner Terri Packard and Ernest Kueffner, MD

Rustik Sprinkles With Susie Que

Reserve All American Junior Two-Year-Old Cow Glamourview, Iager and Walton, MD

← SVHeaths Applejack Madeline Reserve All American Senior Heifer Calf Mike Heath and Billy and Betty Heath and Allen Stiles, MD

Despresverts Joel Glamour-ET →

Reserve All American Summer Yearling Heifer Josh Arp and Dusty Schirm, OH

River Valley Excitation Flawless-ET

Reserve All American Senior Two-Year-Old Cow Misty Meadow Dairy, OR

Billings Impression Backstage-ET All American Junior Three-Year-Old Cow Rancho Teresita Dairy, CA

Glamourview Premier Spade

All American Junior Heifer Calf Duane T. Cole, OH

Showdown Electra

Reserve All American Junior Three-Year-Old Cow Bonnie Sue Rider, KY

All American Intermediate Heifer Calf Glamourview, Iager and Walton, MD

Lyon Ajack Bay

Reserve All American Senior Three-Year-Old Cow Glamourview, Iager and Walton, MD

Arethusa HG Svana-ET

Reserve All American Four-Year-Old Cow Glamourview, Iager and Walton, MD

Rollingriver Press Release

Chilli Nitro Cabo-ET

All American Senior Three-Year-Old Cow Keightley and Core and Frank and Diane Borba, KY

Exels Barfly Jessa 4156

All American Senior Heifer Calf Jennifer VanExel, CA

Windy Willow Impression Lori J Reserve All American Five-Year-Old Cow Nicole Sanders and Natalie Berry, CA

JL Vincent Sapphira

All American Aged Cow River Valley Farm and Reinholt Jerseys, IL

All American Five-Year-Old Cow River Valley Farm, IL

SVHeaths Applejack Safari

Big Guns Andreas Virtue-ET

All American Summer Yearling Heifer Wayne Stiles, Allen Stiles, Mike Heath, MD

Reserve All American Aged Cow River Valley Farm, IL

RRF Comerica Daisy

Scottiere Kacey Tequila

All American Four-Year-Old Cow River Valley Farm, IL

Discoverys Tequila Jewelene

Reserve All American Lifetime Cheese Production Lisa Demmer, WI

2018 All Americans and Reserve All Americans

All American Junior Yearling Heifer Virtue Partners, OH

TJ Classic Premier Misty

Reserve All American National Jersey Jug Futurity TJ Classic Jerseys and Allison Francis, OH

Beslea Vivitar Goblin

All American Winter Yearling Heifer Miles Price, Christian Cunningham and Clayton Arntz, CA

MS Germaine Colton Gidget

Reserve All American Junior Heifer Calf Malissa Reed, MI

← L’Ormiere Tequila Roxe

Reserve All American Junior Yearling Heifer Misty Meadow Dairy, OR

Entourage Fireman Stacey-ET →

Reserve All American Winter Yearling Heifer Carly N. Shaw, MD

Heart & Soul Fizz Faith-ET

Reserve All American Intermediate Heifer Calf Bailee, Calla, Mason and Matthew Mazzaro and Duane Cole, OH


Carly-O Tequila Always {4}-ET

Milk & Honey Konspiracy Marylou

LC Success Abilene

Klinedell Tequila Janice

Junior All American Milking Yearling Carly Olufs, CA

Junior All American Junior Two-Year-Old Cow Grace Fremstad, WI

Junior All American Senior Two-Year-Old Cow Erin Leach, KS

Junior All American Junior Three-Year-Old Cow Jacob Kline, PA

Meadowridge Bang Bang Sunshine

Wingerts Roman Daphne

Meadowridge Jax Tulip

Winner, Senior Showmanship

Junior All American Junior Heifer Calf Emma Anderson, WI

DKG Motion Shelby

Reserve Junior All American Milking Yearling Garrett Hageman, OH

Junior All American Intermediate Heifer Calf Jazmin L. Wingert, IL

Lordan HG Kapri

Reserve Junior All American Junior Two-Year-Old Cow Emily Day, IN

← Rosewood Applejack Lola

Reserve Junior All American Senior Heifer Calf Rose Thomas, IN

Schulte Bros Teq Dora-ET →

Reserve Junior All American Summer Yearling Heifer Jared Dickman, IL

DKG Ritzs Relentless Sugar

Reserve Junior All American Senior Two-Year-Old Cow Trevor Greiwe, Ohio

Sabrina Clark

Charlyn Tequila Ember

Junior All American Senior Three-Year-Old Cow Grace Sauder, IL

Emma Anderson, WI

Reich-Dale Vaden Soarin

Big Guns Andreas Vanish-ET

Winner, Junior Showmanship

Junior All American Senior Heifer Calf Alleah Anderson, WI

Reserve Junior All American Junior Three-Year-Old Cow Skyler Reichard, PA

Chilli Nitro Cabo-ET

Junior All American Four-Year-Old Cow Grace Sauder, IL

Junior All American Summer Yearling Heifer Sabrina Clark, PA

Grant Dohle, MO

Winner, Intermediate Showmanship

2018 Junior All Americans and

Green Diamond Comerica Valarie-ET

Reserve Junior All American Senior Three-Year-Old Cow Brent Rocha, OR

K&M Tequila Galalee-ET

Reserve Junior All American Four-Year-Old Cow Carla Kilgus, IL

Windy Willow Impression Lori J

Reserve Junior All American Five-Year-Old Cow Natalie Berry, CA

Junior Reserve All Americans

SV Impression Holly-ET

Reich-Dale Action Survivor-ET

Junior All American Five-Year-Old Cow Grace Sauder, IL

Junior All American Aged Cow Skyler Reichard, PA

Meadowridge King Sunflower-ET

Junior All American Junior Yearling Heifer Alleah Anderson, WI

Golden Gammon Frivolous

Reserve Junior All American Aged Cow Andrew Dowty, IN

Beslea Vivitar Goblin

Junior All American Winter Yearling Heifer Miles Price, CA

Tierneys Andreas Lorina

Reserve Junior All American Junior Heifer Calf Kathryn Bosley, NY

← Nobledale Fizz Fanta

Reserve Junior All American Junior Yearling Heifer Landree Fraley, PA

Budjon-Vail HP Tequila Madra-ET →

Reserve Junior All American Winter Yearling Heifer Grant Dohle, MO

Meadowridge Jax Blueberry

Reserve Junior All American Intermediate Heifer Calf Emma Anderson, WI

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Jersey Journal, January 2019  

Volume 66 • No. 1 • January 2019 • ISSN: 0021-5953

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Volume 66 • No. 1 • January 2019 • ISSN: 0021-5953

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