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Official Publication of the American Jersey Cattle Association and National All-Jersey Inc. 6486 E. Main St., Reynoldsburg, OH, 43068–2362. Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (Eastern) weekdays. Phone: 614/861-3636. Fax: 614/861-8040. Email jerseyjournal@usjersey.com. Website: http://JerseyJournal.USJersey.com.

In this issue:

Volume 60 • No. 9 • September 2013 • ISSN: 0021-5953

Editor: Kimberly A. Billman Assistant Editor: Tracie Hoying Senior Writer/JerseySites Coordinator: Michele Ackerman http://www.usjersey.com/jerseysites.html

National Jersey Youth Achievement Winners Named

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2012 National Jersey Youth Achievement Awards

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Policies Regarding Undesirable Genetic Factors

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Active A.I. Bulls Ranked by Appraisal Traits

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Seven Students to Receive $13,000 in Scholarships

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Active A.I. Bulls Ranked by GJPI

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Top 10 Bulls Ranked within Categories

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Metzger Named Progressive Dairy Producer

34

Missouri Junior Wins Youth Production Contests

20

Opportunity Taken with the Brown Cow By Cassy Krull

Clark Honored by National Dairy Shrine

91 Top 75 Polled Females by GJPI 100 Top 200 Cows for JPI 82 Top 200 Females for GJPI

112 All-California State Show 76 Iowa Jersey Cattle Club

All American Schedule Announced

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75 Michigan Jersey Cattle Club 78 North Carolina Jersey Breeders Association 80 Ohio Jersey Breeders Association

112 All-California State Show Junior Show 119 Connecticut State Jersey Show 119 Connecticut State Junior Jersey Show 112 Delaware State Fair 114 Delaware State Fair Junior Show 122 Indiana State Junior Jersey Show 106 Florida State Fair 100 Michigan Dairy Expo

78 North Carolina Pot of Gold Sale 68 Western Junior Jersey Spring Sale

110 Michigan Dairy Expo Junior Show 107 Ohio State Fair 113 Ohio State Fair Junior Show 46 Washington State Show 117 Washington State Junior Show

55 All American Schedule Announced

Youth Production Winners Named

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32 Bastin-NAILE Scholarships Due 56 Deadline for Fred Stout Experience Award 63 Expo Virtual Tours Announced

Cassy Krull, Lake Mills, Wis., was just named 58th recipient of the National Jersey Youth Achievement award. The 20-year-old daughter of Cindy Krull and the late Brian Krull received her first Jersey from Santa when she was just two-yearsold. Today her herd has grown to nearly a dozen Registered Jersey cows and heifers. Cassy is pictured here with one of her favorites, Ratliff Sambo Demi-ET, Excellent-91%. “Demi” placed third in the 2011 National Jersey Jug Futurity and is a granddaughter of Huronia Centurion Veronica 20J, Excellent-97%.

116 File Your Professional Cow Photos with the Jersey Journal

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AJCA, NAJ Board Members

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Advertising Index

14 Along the Jersey Road

66 Memorial Gifts Received

10 Calendar

62 National Dairy Shrine Scholarships

17 Editorial

32 National Jersey Queen to be Selected

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61 Olson Named National Dairy Shrine Pioneer

124 In Memoriam

36 Past Winners National Youth Production Contest

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40 Past Winners Pot O’Gold Production Contest

14 New Contract Advertisers

Field Service Staff

74 Jersey Jargon Jersey Journal Subscription Rates

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Journal Shopping Center

56 Policy of the Jersey Journal

10 Registration Fees

66 Proposals Sought for Jersey Research

10 Type Appraisal Schedule

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Official Publication of the American Jersey Cattle Association and National All-Jersey Inc. 6486 E. Main St., Reynoldsburg, OH, 43068–2362 614.861.3636 phone 614.322.4493 fax

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AJCA-NAJ Area Representatives Director of Field Services: Kristin A. Paul, 209/4025679 (mobile); 608/754-3164 (office/fax); kpaul@ usjersey.com. Illinois and Wisconsin. Brad Barham, 614/600-8416 (mobile); bbarham@ usjersey.com. Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. Sara Barlass, 614/256-6502 (mobile); 315/824-0349 (fax); sbarlass@usjersey.com. Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia. Allen J. Carter, 559/259-7825 (mobile); 951/925-0742 (phone); 614/322-4488 (fax); acarter@usjersey.com. Arizona, California, New Mexico. Kate Rector-Garcia, 614/216-9727 (mobile); krector@ usjersey.com. Nevada and Northern California. Londa Johnson, 614/296-3621 (mobile); ljohnson@

usjersey.com. Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. Greg Lavan, 740/504-1718 (mobile); glavan@usjersey. com. Michigan and Ohio. Chris Lundgren, 614/313-5818 (mobile); clundgren@ usjersey.com. Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas. Ron Mosser, 614/264-0142 (mobile); 260/368-7687 (fax); rmosser@usjersey.com. Indiana, Kentucky. Flint Richards, 614/266-9921 (mobile); frichards@ usjersey.com. Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. Brenda Snow, 802/249-2659 (mobile); 802/728-3920 (phone); 802/728-5933 (fax); bsnow@usjersey.com. Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont.

Type Traits Appraisal Team Senior Appraiser: Ron Mosser, 614/264-0142, above Sara Barlass, above Kelly Epperly, 614/530-6918 (mobile); kepperly@usjersey. com. Paul Graybill, 614/935-3815 (mobile); pgraybill@usjersey.com. Londa Johnson, above

Greg Lavan, above Chris Lundgren, above Elizabeth Moss, 614/296-4166 (mobile); emoss@ usjersey.com. Flint Richards, above Shawn Styer, 614/266-2419 (mobile); sstyer@usjersey.com.

American Jersey Cattle Association Board of Directors Officers President: Chris Sorenson, W3995 County Road H, Pine River, WI 54965-8130. Phone 920/987-5495; csorenson000@centurytel.net. Vice President: Ralph Frerichs, 5730 Mueller Rd., La Grange, TX 78945-4226. Phone 979/249-5405; frerichs@cvctx.com. Ninth District. 2015. Directors Sam Bok, 11310 Krouse Rd., Defiance, OH 43512. Phone 419/782-0012; jawscows@defnet.com. Fourth District. 2016. Ralph Frerichs, see officers. Eighth District. 2015. W. Phil Gordon, 1304 S. Harkless Dr., C-7, Syracuse, IN 46567. Phone 574/361-7214; gordonfarms1304@ yahoo.com. Sixth District. 2014. Charles Luchsinger, 4349 Bussey Rd., Syracuse, NY 13215-9675. Phone 315/492-6927; silverspf@aol.com. Second District. 2014. Corey Lutz, 4399 Ritchie Rd., Lincolnton, NC 28092. Phone 704/735-1222; piedmontjerseys@charter.net. Fifth District. 2015.

David Norman, 7076 Rt. 414, Liberty, PA 16930-9726. Phone 570/324-5631; drnorman@chilitech.net. Third District. 2015. Walter Owens, 412 350th Ave., Frederic, WI 54837. Phone 715/653-2637; wowens@centurytel.net; Seventh District. 2016. Jim Quist, 5500 W. Jensen, Fresno, CA 93706. Phone 559/647-1284; PK1JQ@hotmail.com. Eleventh District. 2014. C.A. Russell, 22336 American Ave., Hilmar, CA 953249628. Phone 209/667-4582; carussell@prodigy.net. Twelfth District. 2016. Tom Seals, 10395 Meda Loop Rd., Cloverdale, OR 97112. Phone 503/392-4224; jennie.seals@gmail.com. Tenth District. 2016. Wesley Snow, 1601 Ferris Rd., Brookfield, VT 050360113. Phone 802/728-5291. First District. 2015. Jerry Spielman, 1892 M Rd., Seneca, KS 66538. Phone 785/336-2581; spielman@nvcs.com. Eighth District. 2014.

National All-Jersey Inc. Board of Directors Officers President: David Endres, W9402 County Rd. K, Lodi, WI 53555. Phone 608/592-7856; jazzy@merr.com. Vice President: James S. Huffard III, 165 Huffard Lane, Crockett, VA 24323. Phone 276/686-5201; hdfjersey@ embarqmail.com. Directors Marion Barlass, 6145 E. County Rd. A, Janesville, WI 53546. Phone 608/754-1171; barlassjerseys@gmail. com. District 6. 2015. David Endres, see above. District 4. 2014. Ralph Frerichs, ex-officio, see AJCA. Calvin Graber, 44797 281st St., Parker, SD 57053. Phone 605/238-5782; calgraber@yahoo.com. District 7. 2017

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James S. Huffard III, see above. District 5. 2016. John Kokoski, 57 Comins Rd., Hadley, MA 01035. Phone 413/549-6486; jkokoski@charter.net. District 3. 2017. Norman Martin, 1820 Marolf Loop Rd., Tillamook, OR 97141 Phone 503/815-3600; martindairyllc@ embarqmail.com. District 1. 2015. Kelvin Moss, 16155 W. Glendale Ave., Litchfield Park, AZ 85340-9522. Phone 623/935-0163; mossdairy@ gmail.com. District 8. 2014. Chris Sorenson, see AJCA officers. Jerry Spielman, ex-officio, see AJCA Mike Wickstrom, 5852 Columbus Ave., Hilmar, CA 95324-9754. Phone 209/634.6719; michaelwickstrom@ msn.com. District 2. 2017.

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ABS Global......................................................... 7, 63 Accelerated Genetics....................................... 37, 75 Ahlem Farms Partnership...................................... 86 All-Lynn Jerseys..................................................... 66 Alta Genetics/Jerseyland Sires........................ 4, 113 American Jersey Cattle Association.. 16, 121, 125, 126 Ameri-Milk Jerseys................................................. 90 Androgenics........................................................... 82 Aspen Grove Jerseys............................................. 26 Avi-Lanche Jerseys................................................ 11 Avon Road Jersey Farm........................................ 90 Bachelor Farms...................................................... 60 Barenbrug.............................................................. 68 Billings Farm Inc................................................... 119 Biltmore Farms....................................................... 70 Boer Jerseys.......................................................... 32 Boks Jersey Farm................................................ 106 Brenhaven Jerseys.............................................. 111 Brentwood Farms..................................................... 2 Buttercrest Jerseys.............................................. 106 California Jerseys...........................2, 53, 54, 62, 117 Cantendo Acres..................................................... 42 Cedar Mountain Jerseys...................................... 118 Cedarcrest Farms.................................................. 60 Cinnamon Ridge Dairy.......................................... 25 Circle S Jerseys................................................... 118 Clauss Dairy Farm................................................. 62 Clover Patch Dairy............................................... 106 Cornelius, Eric........................................................ 46 Covington Jerseys................................................. 54 Crescent Farm..................................................... 118 D&D Jerseys........................................................ 110 D&E Jerseys.......................................................... 11 DLH Jersey Farm LLC........................................... 54 Dairyland Protein Sale........................................... 67 Dar-Re Farm Ltd.................................................. 106 Delaware Valley College........................................ 39 DeMents Jerseys................................................... 55 Den-Kel Jerseys..................................................... 82 Diamond S Farm.................................................... 74 Domino Jerseys .................................................... 82 Dreamroad Jerseys................................................ 82 Dutch Hollow Farm................................................ 45 Edn-Ru Jerseys................................................... 116 Faria Bros. Dairy.............................................. 12, 13 Fire-Lake Jerseys................................................... 62 Flambeau Manor.................................................... 89 Forest Glen Jerseys................................................. 3 Fort Morrison Jerseys.......................................... 118 Four Springs Jerseys........................................... 116 Frederick Farms Inc............................................. 116 Genex............................................................. 41, 125 Goff Dairy............................................................. 109 Golden Meadows Jerseys..................................... 54 Grammer’s Summer End Sale............................. 122 Grazeland Jerseys Ltd........................................... 42 H2 Jerseys............................................................. 42 Hallet Dairy Farm LLC........................................... 90 Hav’s Farm........................................................... 118 Heartland Jerseys, Inc. ....................................... 128

Heaven Blessing Jerseys....................................... 29 Heinz Jerseys......................................................... 90 Her-Man Jerseys.................................................... 60 Hi-Land Farm......................................................... 46 High Lawn Farm..................................................... 55 Highland Farms, Inc............................................. 118 Highland Jersey Farm.......................................... 106 Hilmar Jerseys....................................................... 62 Hixson Dairy Farm............................................... 105 Holmes Farm........................................................ 118 Huffard Dairy Farms............................................... 70 Hy-Capacity Jerseys............................................ 116 Illinois Jerseys........................................................ 55 Iowa Jerseys.................................................... 25, 54 Irishtown Acres.................................................... 116 JEMI Jerseys........................................................ 116 JVB Red Hot Jerseys........................................... 104 Jersey Journal..................................61, 83, 114, 126 Jersey Marketing Service............64, 65, 67, 73, 122 Journal Shopping Center............................. 125, 126 K&R Jerseys.......................................................... 74 Kenny Farm.......................................................... 116 Kirchdoerfer Jersey Farm...................................... 44 Ky-Hi Jerseys......................................................... 22 Land O’Lakes Animal Milk Products...................... 47 Laurel Brook Jerseys........................................... 123 Lawtons Jersey Farm............................................. 42 Lindsay’s Pine Hill Jerseys................................... 106 Livestock Exporters Association of U.S.A............ 124 Lone Spring Jerseys.............................................. 46 Lucky Hill Jersey Farm......................................... 118 Lyon Jerseys.......................................................... 54 Mapleline Farm.................................................... 118 Margandale Jersey Farm..................................... 106 Martin Dairy LLC.................................................... 68 Mason Farm........................................................... 56 McKee Jersey Farm............................................... 60 Meadowburn Jerseys............................................. 76 Messmer Jersey Farm......................................... 105 Michigan Jersey Cattle Club................................. 90\ Michigan State University...................................... 19 Mill Ridge Jerseys................................................ 116 Mills Jersey Farm LLC......................................... 104 Miller, John........................................................... 105 Minnesota Jerseys................................................. 74 Molly Brook Farms............................................... 118 Nettle Creek Jerseys.............................................. 54 New England Jerseys.................................. 118, 119 New York Fall Sale................................................. 73 New York Jerseys...........................22, 42, 45, 46, 82 Nobledale Farm.................................................... 116 Normandell Farms............................................... 116 Nutrition Physiology Company............................... 57 Oakhaven Jerseys................................................. 31 Ohio Jerseys..............................27, 31, 42, 106, 122 Ohio State University, The..................................... 49 Ohio State University-ATI....................................... 19 Oomsdale Farm, Inc............................................... 82 Oregon Jerseys............................................ 3, 28, 68 Orthridge Jerseys.................................................. 77

The American Jersey Cattle Association promotes the use of authentic and unaltered photographic images of Jersey animals, and disapproves of the use of any photographic images that alter the body of the Jersey animal. The American Jersey Cattle Association therefore requests that all photographic images of Jersey animals submitted for publication in the Jersey Journal contain no alterations to the body of the animal. Despite its best efforts to ensure that only unaltered photographs of Jersey animals are used in this publication, the American Jersey Cattle Association cannot guarantee that every photographic image of a Jersey animal is authentic and unaltered.

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Owens Farms Inc................................................... 90 Page Crest Jerseys................................................ 60 Penn State University............................................. 51 Pennsota Jerseys................................................... 74 Pennsylvania Jerseys.................................. 105, 123 Pro-Hart Jerseys.................................................... 26 Queen-Acres Farm.............................................. 114 Quist Dairy........................................................... 117 Rapid Bay Jerseys............................................... 115 Rawn Jersey Farm................................................. 60 Reese Dairy........................................................... 79 Richardson Family Farm...................................... 118 River Valley Dairy................................................... 55 Riverside-F Farms................................................ 116 Rylin Jerseys.......................................................... 46 Saskatoon Colostrum Company, The.................... 33 Scotch View Farms................................................ 82 Seacord Farm........................................................ 82 Select Sires, Inc.................................9, 83, 126, 127 Semex.................................................................... 81 Senn-Sational Jerseys........................................... 82 Sexing Technologies.............................................. 99 Shan-Mar Jerseys................................................ 116 Shenandoah Jerseys........................................... 104 Shining Star Jerseys.............................................. 21 Silver Maple Farms.............................................. 118 Silver Mist Farm..................................................... 68 Silver Spring Farm................................................. 82 Smith Haven Dairy................................................. 74 Sorensons-Hillview Jersey Farm Inc...................... 90 South Dakota State University............................... 29 Spahr Jersey Farm, Inc........................................ 106 Spring Valley Farm................................................. 82 Springdale Jersey Farm....................................... 118 Spruce Row Jerseys............................................ 116 Steinhauers Jerseys.............................................. 90 Stoney Hollow Jerseys......................................... 116 Sugar Brook Jerseys............................................ 116 Sugar Grove Jerseys............................................. 63 Summit Farm.......................................................... 54 Sun Valley Jerseys................................................. 68 Sunbow Jerseys..................................................... 66 Sunset Canyon Jerseys......................................... 68 Taurus Service Inc................................................. 69 Taylor Jersey Farm Inc........................................... 63 Tennessee Jerseys.......................................... 26, 66 Tierney Farm Jerseys............................................ 82 Top of the World Sale....................................... 64, 65 Trans-America Genetics...................................... 125 Trans Ova Genetics............................................... 15 Twin River Farm..................................................... 82 Unkefer Jersey Dairy........................................... 106 Vanderfeltz Jerseys.............................................. 116 Vermont State Sale................................................ 93 Virginia Tech........................................................... 23 Waverly Farm....................................................... 109 Wetmore, Steven.................................................... 30 Wilsonview Dairy.................................................... 68 Wisconsin Jerseys.................21, 66, 77, 89, 90, 110 Woodstock Dairy.................................................... 28 Yosemite Jersey Dairy Inc...................................... 53 Youngs Jersey Dairy Inc....................................... 106 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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Every effort is made to keep the calendar listings as accurate as possible. However, dates are sometimes changed or events cancelled without notice. When your association schedules an event, notify the Journal staff at least 60 days in advance by sending email to JerseyJournal@usjersey.com or phoning 614/861-3636.

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. September—Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana; Texas; New York; Florida, southern Georgia and South Carolina. October—California and Nevada. November—New Mexico and western Texas; Arizona and southern California; Michigan and Ohio. December—Tennessee, northern Georgia, and Kentucky; Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Deadlines

SEPT. 6—Genomic samples must be to lab prior to this date for October release. SEPT. 20—National Jersey Jug Futurity final payments due on 2013 entries. SEPT. 20—Entries due for The All American Jersey Shows. Visit http://www.livestockexpo.org. OCT. 11—Genomic samples must be to lab prior to this date for November release. OCT. 15—Applications due for National Jersey Queen contest. NOV. 8—Genomic samples must be to lab prior to this date for December release. DEC. 2—Deadline to apply for the Fred Stout Experience Awards.

Sales

SEPT. 6—Western National Jersey Sale, Puyallup, Wash.; 7:00 p.m. (PST); Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; jms@usjersey.com. SEPT. 10—EASTERN ELITE SALE, Harrisburg, Pa. SEPT. 14—grammer’s summers end sale, at the farm, Sebring, Ohio; 11:00 a.m. (EST); Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; jms@usjersey.com; Rudy Kiko, auctioneer. SEPT. 18—GM Sandhill Jerseys Second Edition Sale, Gary and Michelle Popp and Evan Ensign, Unity, Wis.; 12:00 noon (CST); Christensen Sales Corp., sale mgr.; 715/223-6345 or info@ christensensales.com. SEPT. 21—77th Vermont State Sale, North Haverhill, N.H.; 10:30 a.m. (EST); Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; jms@usjersey.com; Lynn Lee, auctioneer. S E P T. 2 3 — J ER S E Y B I D. C O M I N T ER N E T AUCTION, closing begins at 1:30 p.m. (EST); Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; catalog at www.JerseyBid.com. SEPT. 24—New York Fall Jersey Sale, Chenango County Fairgrounds, Norwich, N.Y.; 11:00 a.m. (EST); Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; jms@usjersey.com. OCT. 1—Top of the World Sale, Madison, Wis.; 7:00 p.m. (CST); Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; jms@usjersey.com. OCT. 3—Dairyland Protein Sale FEATURING THE ALL-LYNN JERSEYS PRODUCTION SALE, Rock County Fairgrounds, Janesville, Wis.; 11:00 a.m. (CST); Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; jms@usjersey.com; Lynn Lee, auctioneer. OCT. 19—ohio Fall production sale, Wayne County Fairgrounds, Wooster, Ohio; 11:00 a.m. (EST); Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; jms@usjersey.com. OCT. 22—JERSEYBID.COM INTERNET AUCTION, closing begins at 1:30 p.m. (EST); Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; catalog at www.JerseyBid.com. NOV. 9—56th Pot O’Gold Sale, Kentucky Expo Center, Louisville, Ky.; 4:30 p.m. (EST); Jersey

Registration Fees Effective April 1, 1999 InfoJersey.com Applications All Other Applications Member Non-Member Member Non-Member 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 January 1, 2008 REAP Herds Non-REAP Herds Regular transfer filed within 60 days of sale date..............$12.00........................... $14.00 Regular transfer filed more than 60 days of sale date............................................... 17.00 Intra-Herd Transfer,...................................................................................................... 2.00 (When all living animals in one family ownership are transferred to another family member.) • Transfers among owners within the same herd REAP enrollment completed with 60 days of the date of sale will only cost $2.00 each regardless of how many animals are transferred at one time. • Herds with three years continuous REAP enrollment at the time of a whole-herd dispersal will be charged $7.00 for the sale transfers. The dispersal may occur via public auction or private treaty. Save by becoming a lifetime member of the American Jersey Cattle Association.

Marketing Service, sale mgr.; jms@usjersey.com. NOV. 10—The 61ST All American Jersey SALE, West Exhibit Hall, Louisville, Ky.; 5:00 p.m (EST); Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; jms@ usjersey.com. N O V. 2 2 — C L O VER PAT C H J ER S E Y S PRODUCTION SALE, Millersburg, Ohio; Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; jms@usjersey.com. JAN. 7—THE HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR SALE VIA JERSEYBID.COM, closing begins at 7:30 p.m. (EST); Jersey Marketing Service, sale mgr.; catalog at www.JerseyBid.com. Mar. 29—MIDWEST SPRING SPECIAL SALE, Olmstead County Fairgrounds, Rochester, Minn.; 11:00 a.m. (CST); for more information contact Greg Nelson, 320/583-7450.

Meetings and Expositions

SEPT. 6—PENNSYLVANIA JUNIOR JERSEY MEETING, Philadelphia Room, Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center, Harrisburg, Pa.; 7:00 p.m. O C T. 1 6 — O REG O N J ER S E Y C AT T L E ASSOCIATION FALL MEETING OCT. 23-25—MISSOURI DAIRY GRAZING CONFERENCE, Springfield, Mo. NOV. 10-16—AGRITECHNICA, Hanover, Germany; for more information visit www.agritechnica.com. DEC. 7—KENTUCKY JERSEY CATTLE CLUB ANNUAL MEETING, Clouds Country Cooking, Harrodsburg, Ky. feb. 17-19, 2014—National Genetics Workshop Phoenix, Az.; For additional details, go to www.ans.iastate.edu/events/dairygenomics, or contact committee chairperson Diane Spurlock at moodyd@iastate.edu.

Shows

SEPT. 6—WESTERN NATIONAL JERSEY OPEN AND JUNIOR SHOW, heifers; Puyallup, Wash.; 1:00 p.m. (PST); Robert Jarrell, Corbyville, Ont., judge. SEPT. 6—GREAT WESTERN FUTURITY, Puyallup, Wash.; 7:00 p.m. (EST). SEPT. 7—PENNSYLVANIA 4-H JUNIOR JERSEY SHOW, Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center, Harrisburg, Pa. SEPT. 7—WESTERN NATIONAL JERSEY OPEN AND JUNIOR SHOW, cows; Puyallup, Wash.; 12:00 noon (PST); Robert Jarrell, Corbyville, Ont., judge. SEPT. 9—MID-ATLANTIC REGIONAL JUNIOR JERSEY SHOW, Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center, Harrisburg, Pa.; 9:00 a.m. (EST); Paul Trapp, Taylor, Wis., judge. SEPT. 9—KANSAS STATE FAIR OPEN AND JUNIOR SHOW, Hutchinson, Kan.; 9:00 a.m. SEPT. 11—MID-ATLANTIC REGIONAL JERSEY SHOW, calves, heifers and dry cows; Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center, Harrisburg, Pa.; 1:00 p.m.; Kelli Cull, Lomira, Wis., judge. SEPT. 12—MID-ATLANTIC REGIONAL JERSEY SHOW, cows; Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center, Harrisburg, Pa.; 8:00 a.m.; Kelli Cull, Lomira, Wis., judge. SEPT. 13—TENNESSEE STATE FAIR OPEN SHOW, Tennessee State Fairgrounds, Nashville, Tenn.; 5:00 p.m.; Craig Padgett, Waynesburg, Ky., judge. SEPT. 14—TENNESSEE STATE FAIR JUNIOR SHOW, Tennessee State Fairgrounds, Nashville, Tenn.; 5:00 p.m.; Steve Waggoner, Pendleton, S.C., judge. SEPT. 17—OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR JUNIOR AND OPEN SHOW, Oklahoma State Fairgrounds, Oklahoma City, Ok.; 9:00 a.m.; SEPT. 18—Eastern States Exposition (continued to page 56)

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A Hearty Welcome To These New AJCA Members Craig Criddle, Warren, Ohio Martin W. Dischler III, Rayne, La. Brian Olbrich, Harvard, Ill. Chad Pickert, Berthoud, Colo. Steven R. Williams, Homedale, Idaho Trevor Weise, Jansen, Neb.

Amber and Cameron Kenley

Amber (Ettinger) and Cameron Kenley were united in marriage June 7, 2013, at Sharon United Methodist Church in Kinards, S.C. The bride is the daughter of Edwin and Cheryl Ettinger, Will-Do Jerseys, Kinards, S.C. She is a student at Virginia Tech, majoring in dairy science. Amber was the 2011 National Jersey Youth Achievement Contest winner and sold the high selling animal at the 2011 National Heifer Sale with her sister Erica. The groom is the son of Claude and Sarah Kenley of McCoy, Va. He is a graduate of New River Community College and employed by the dairy at Virginia Tech. The couple will reside in McCoy. Emma Rose Poole was born March 26, 2013, to Brian and Tracey Poole of Falls Pride Dairy, Oriskany Falls, N.Y. The second child of Brian and Tracey weighed 7 lbs., 6 oz. and joins older brother Lucas at the family’s dairy. Anna Faith Brownlee was born on April 26, 2013, to Bill and Lynde (Vanderstappen) Brownlee. Anna weighed 7 lbs., 4 oz. and was 20 inches long. She is the fifth child of the couple and joins older siblings Abby, Ruth, Grace and Blaze, at home. Maternal grandparents are John and Amy Vanderstappen, Van De Jerseys, Transfer, Pa. Blaine Avis Warren was born on June 28, 2013, to parents Shelton and Marcy (Sprang) Warren, Crys-Mar Jerseys, Shreve, Ohio. Blaine was welcomed home by older siblings, Corbin and Olivia, 3. Maternal grandparents are Roger and Priscilla (Billman) Sprang, Shreve, Ohio. Page 14

On June 25, 2013, Aiden Fredrick Mendes was born to parents Erin and Adam Mendes, Fresno, Calif. The second child for the couple was 7 lbs. 8 oz. and 19¾ inches. Aiden was welcomed home by older sister, Addison. Erin currently works for the Fresno Medera Farm Credit Association. Maternal grandparents are James and Carol Ahlem, James Ahlem Dairy, Hilmar, Calif. Jim, served as president of the National All-Jersey Inc. board for eight years during his 10-year tenure. He was also awarded the AJCA Distinguished Service Award in Amarillo, Texas, the week Aiden was born. Famed photographer, film maker, author, host of The Face and judge on the television competition show America’s Next Top Model, Nigel Barker, recently paid a visit to Arethusa Farm, Litchfield, Conn. Barker used the picturesque setting of the farm during a photo shoot for Numero Magazine, Russian Edition. The photographer, who is no stranger to working with supermodels, had a different kind of supermodel on his hands while working with a granddaughter of the ever-popular brood cow Huronia Centurion Veronica 20J. Current National Jersey Queen Jessica Smith, Picayune, Miss., was recently awarded the FFA State Star Farmer award and received her State Degree from the youth organization. Tyler Boyd, Boyd-Lee Jerseys in Parrottsvile, Tenn., has joined World Wide

Paula England and husband Jerry celebrate her recent retirement from the AJCA with their family. Pictured with Paula and Jerry are daughter Jennifer Sommers with husband John, holding their children Reese and Bellamy.

Sires as Marketing Specialist. In this role, Tyler will assist the company’s Marketing Department in providing market research, promotions, and customer service. Tyler was a member of the inaugural class of the Jersey Youth Academy and the 2009 winner of the National Jersey Youth Achievement contest. He is active with the American Dairy Science Association—Student Affiliate Division (ADSA-SAD) and currently serves as the third vice president of the national board. Recently, Tyler placed first in the national undergraduate paper contest of the ADSA-SAD in the dairy production division. Tyler holds a bachelor of arts degree in biology from Vanderbilt University and a bachelor of science degree in dairy science from Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University.

New Contract Advertisers The Jersey Journal welcomes the following new contract advertisers. Watch for their ads in future issues of the Jersey Journal. • Sugar Brook Jerseys, Vance Spencer, Troy, Pa. • Winterplace, John Miller, Vernon, N.J. • Ta u r u s S e r v i c e I n c . , Mehoopany, Pa. For more information on how Journal advertising can help you or your state organization, contact staff at 614/322-4451. JERSEY JOURNAL


The Gene in the Haplotype The concept of a haplotype sprang into awareness a little more than two years ago, in April of 2011, when USDA dairy cattle geneticists communicated to the Association the discovery of an “undesirable genetic factor” affecting fertility in the U.S. Jersey cattle population. Detected through genomic research, the frequency of Jersey Haplotype 1 (JH1) was estimated at 23%, meaning that not quite one of every four animals carried this undesirable factor in their genetic code and could, in turn, transmit it to their offspring. A haplotype is a combination of DNA markers located in close physical proximity along a specific chromosome, and typically transmitted intact across many generations. What drew the geneticists’ attention to a region of 73 SNPs on Bos taurus autosome1 15 (BTA15) was this. Across the tens of thousands of Jerseys that had been genotyped, animals either had one copy of the haplotype, or no copy at all—but no animal was found that inherited two copies of JH1. Jersey bulls with one copy of JH1 tended to have lower PTAs for daughter pregnancy rate. The conclusion was that JH1 was related to early embryonic or fetal loss, though exactly what the genetic mutation was, and where exactly it was located on the chromosome were to be determined. On the strength of the genomic evidence, national Jersey fertility records and genetic inheritance principles, and looking forward to what other discoveries might occur in the genomics era, the Board of Directors amended the Association’s abnormality policy adopted in 1983 to also provide for the designation of undesirable genetic factors determined by analysis of DNA, and define procedures for determining, labeling and publicizing carrier animals. Jersey Haplotype 1 was officially declared an undesirable genetic factor, with carrier status determined by 6K or higher genotype tests. Carrier-to-carrier matings were recommended against, caution advised when mating carrier bulls to daughters of carrier bulls, and changes made in JerseyMate™ to account for the economic impact of JH1 in mating recommendations. For USDA geneticists, the investigation to find the causative mutation within Jersey Haplotype 1 continued. Hundreds of carrier animals were re-sequenced, and 11 Autosome: A chromosome other than a sex chromosome, normally occurring in pairs in somatic cells and singly in gametes. Spliceosome: A specialized structure that participates in the removal of introns and resplicing of remaining exons of mRNA; in addition, at least four small nuclear RNAs and some proteins are involved.

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bulls by whole genome sequencing. Peering into these much larger DNA maps, the area of interest was narrowed to just 15 SNPs. Then about a year ago, the one gene in the original JH1 haplotype that caused embryo loss was located and how it has mutated documented. Technically, the biological cause of embryo loss is “a lossof-function (LOF) mutation in the CWC15 spliceosome2associated protein homolog gene.” CWC15 produces proteins essential for cellular development. The mutation cut the size of the gene from 231 amino acids to 54, so that it lost its protein-producing function. Practically, what it means is this. If an embryo has at least one copy of the functional CWC15 gene, it will develop, even if the other copy is the mutated gene. But when two copies of CWC15 with the LOF mutation are inherited, there is no chance of the embryo surviving because the proteins required for cellular development are not produced. Even more practically for Jersey breeders, USDA geneticists noted that “the causative mutation in CWC15 is a SNP for which a diagnostic test can easily be developed to identify new carriers.” Within months after discovery of the LOF-mutated gene, a SNP test was added to the 8K and 80K chips used for Jersey genotyping. Experiments to validate this test were completely successful. Starting with the August 2013 genetic evaluations, for animals tested with 8K version-2 or the 80K chip, JH1 status is now determined from this direct test of the one (1) SNP in CWC15. The status of other genotyped animals tested by 6K or higher density chips is determined from the imputed loss-of-function mutation in the SNP. With implementation of this direct, precise test for JH1, there have been some revisions in carrier status. Among all genotyped bulls, 62 that had been designated JH1-free now have been determined to be carriers. Conversely, 24 bulls that had been labeled JH1C have been determined to not carry the gene. In total, this change in status impacted just 1% of all genotyped males. In light of these developments, the AJCA Board of Directors has updated the “Statement of Designation Procedures” for Jersey Haplotype 1 contained within the Policies Regarding Undesirable Genetic Factors, published in this issue starting on page 71. You’ll find more information in the “Frequently Asked Questions” page posted on USJersey.com. For a printed copy, just ask your Area Representative or give us a call at 614/861-3636.

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assy Krull, Lake Mills, Wis., has been named the 58th recipient of the National Jersey Youth Achievement Contest. The contest recognizes Jersey youth from across the country for their leadership activities and participation in Jersey functions, as well as their success in breeding and managing their own Jersey cattle. This past March, 20 applications from determined and dedicated youth across the country arrived in the office of the American Jersey Cattle Association (AJCA). Each application was evaluated and ranked by a committee of judges to determine this year’s top 10 placings. The Jersey youth programs have been a core part of Jersey youth development since 1958. Nominations for the National Jersey Youth Achievement Contest are made by state Jersey organizations, which can nominate up to two individuals each year. The competition is open to members of the AJCA who are between the ages of 16 and 20 on January 1, 2011 or placed among the top 10 in the previous year’s contest. The AJCA provides cash awards totaling $3,000 to the top 10 individuals. Awards will be presented at the Junior Banquet on November 9, 2013, during All American festivities in Louisville, Ky. Cassandra N. Krull As this year’s NationalYouth Achievement winner, Cassandra “Cassy” Krull, Lake Mills, Wis., hopes that she can one day give back to the youth of the dairy industry just as her mentors have done for her. “Being involved as a junior and seeing the opportunities I have been given, I feel there is no better way to give back than to become one of the adults that helps make a junior’s dreams become reality,” said Krull in her application. “I hope one day I can be a member of the American Jersey Cattle Association (AJCA) staff or a national board member to help work with junior activities in the association.” Cassy’s activities in the national Krull youth programs have been many. Moving up from second place last year in the Youth Achievement Page 18

contest to the top spot this year, the former National Jersey Queen has been busy with school, farm life, and promoting the breed. Cassy has attended Class 2 and 3 of Jersey Youth Academy, served on the All American Junior Activities committee and shown her Jerseys at the All American. The daughter of Cindy Krull and the late Brian Krull just completed her sophomore year of college at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville where she is majoring in animal science and agri-business. She is active in the Pioneer Dairy Club where she was a sale committee member the past two years. She is a member of the dairy judging team and attended the regional American Dairy Science Association meeting. Cassy has held many leadership roles in various ag organizations over the years. She was a Jefferson County (WI) junior leader, member of the Wisconsin State FFA Association, Wisconsin State Jersey and Holstein associations, and an avid basketball player in high school. She traveled to Switzerland to play in the Wilson-Swiss All Star Tournament for the U.S. She played on the All-Star team and was named MVP. She has been awarded the Garland Bastin Memorial Scholarship from the North American International Livestock Exposition, was named a Distinguished Junior Member for the national Holstein Association in 2010; received her chapter FFA degree and Star Chapter award, and received numerous scholarships through the ag industry to help with her college career. Cassy has gained valuable experience from working at her home dairy caring for the calves and working for Ron and Christy Ratliff of Garnett, Kan., in 2011-2012. While attending a community college in Kansas, Cassy milked for the Ratliff’s in the evening as well as working with them on Tuesdays at their sale barn helping to check in 500-1,200 head of beef cattle each week. The Shining Star Jersey herd established by Cassy has been a force in the showring. In addition to countless ribbons and banners from shows throughout Wisconsin and on the green shavings of the national show, Cassy has cultivated some laurels for her excellent showmanship skills. Most recently, she topped the senior division of the Jefferson County fair in both showmanship and fitting contests, before being named the Supreme Champion

Showman of the fair. She also placed among the top five showman during World Dairy Expo, the Wisconsin State Fair, FFA showmanship contests, and the Southern National Show—where she was also named the Supreme Champion showman. Cassy’s love for the breed is evident as she looks to the future and the breed’s attributes. “I hope as an association we can complete another milestone year just like 2012 with over 100,000 registrations,” said Krull. “We will continue to grow and develop as a breed as more dairy producers across the nation learn of the breed’s ease to work with, enormous feed conversion, and reproductive efficiencies, all making the Jersey the most efficient and profitable cow.” Natalie Sanders Moving up one spot in the contest this year to second is Natalie Sanders, Fire-Lake Jerseys, Hilmar, Calif. Natalie recently finished her junior year at Modesto Junior College, where she is studying dairy science and agricultural business. After completing her two Sanders degrees Sanders will be attending an agricultural appraisal school to become an accredited appraiser for extra income to help supplement her dairy. “I honestly can say I do believe I would not be exactly where I am without the wonderful Jersey cow,” said Sanders in her application. “By becoming involved with Jerseys I have found a world of opportunity in an industry filled with amazing people I have been able to meet.” Natalie has many exciting plans laid out for her future with the number one priority being her Registered Jersey herd at Fire-Lake Jerseys. She is co-owner of the dairy with her parents and involved in every aspect of the management. The 275 cow herd is a mix of Jerseys and Holsteins, with 210 of the cows now Jerseys. Sanders makes all of the breeding decisions while helping with calf raising, feeding heifers as well as caring for the successful showstring. She has embraced opportunities with the Jersey breed through youth activities. She was a member of the first two classes of (continued to page 21)

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Opportunity Taken with the Brown Cow — Cassy Krull

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am Cassandra “Cassy” Krull, the 20-year-old daughter of Cindy and the late Brian Krull. My two siblings, Bryce, 18, and Carley, 15, and I were born and raised on my family’s registered Holstein farm in Lake Mills, Wis. It was not until the Christmas I turned two-years-old that our first Jersey arrived. My parents have always joked about my first trip to the Wisconsin State Fair. They said the whole time we were walking through the dairy barn looking at the Holsteins, all I wanted to do was play with the Jerseys. It was then they helped me ask Santa for a Jersey. But little did they know the dream would come true. The first Jersey I owned was a gift from Santa. Her name was Ron-Net Mamie. However, I named her “Jenny” after my favorite cousin who helped me show her the next two years as a calf and yearling. It was that cow that aided me in getting to where I am today. For 12 straight years “Jenny” only gave me heifer calves. With luck like that I was able to sell her offspring as fresh heifers to help me save up for my next goal of purchasing my first Jersey show heifer. After selling those heifers and my county fair pigs I finally had enough money burning a hole in my pocket to make my purchase. It was in 2005, when my mom, dad and I sat down at the dinner table and started looking through the All American catalog, Jersey Journal and the Cattle Connection to find “the one.” Surprisingly we all came to an agreement and my mom and I traveled to Louisville that November to purchase the first choice from Avonlea D Jude Karmel sired by Bovi-Lact First Prize. Scared and overjoyed I could barely sign the sale sheet to claim my purchase. My mom always laughs but I literally had a “C” and a squiggle for my signature. After making my purchase, we found out the owner Ratliff Jerseys was actually showing at The All American. Mom and I set out to find them and introduce myself as new Jersey owner. That is how I met Ron and Christy along with her brother Mike Kennedy. We looked through the their show string and saw family members and many other prize-winning Jerseys. The following year at World Dairy Expo my mom and I drove up to pick up the calf that was selected. I got there and saw a little furry heifer with cute little horns. The Ratliff’s fitter at the time knew me and said, “Yup the fur ball is yours.” I proudly walked over untied her and walked out to the trailer to go home. When we got home, my dad was just as excited as I was to see her for the first time. I walked her off the trailer and he looked at me and his face sank. I thought to myself ‘he doesn’t like her what am I going to do?’ Instead all he said was “A $6,000 heifer and they didn’t even dehorn her.” With a smile I looked and said, “Dad you know how to do it. Maybe they want you to get more practice.” That is when my Jersey showing experience began. My heifer from Avonlea D Jude Karmel was Ratliff F Prize Kay-ET. “Kay” and I worked so hard that year. In the spring, Christy called me and said they were making a trip to Wisconsin to the Spring Spectacular Show and wanted me to tie “Kay” in with them. I was so excited to show! Even on the cold spring days Page 20

when it was barely 50 degrees, I would wash “Kay” just to make sure she had good hair for the show. I got to the spring show and Christy and the crew were excited and happy to see us. When my mom and I finally got time to talk with Christy she told me that I must feed “Kay” well. I looked at her like “well you know, she is spoiled.” She helped me realize “Kay” was a little heavy for show condition. So after spring show “Kay” and I took nice long walks and met with the nutritionist. By World Dairy Expo time we were ready! She stood fourth and second junior for her first national show. What more could a girl ask for? We then traveled to the Junior All American and All American. To think, just a year before we had no Jersey show cows or heifers and this year we were in the hunt to compete. “Kay” was eighth place in the All American Summer Yearling Heifer Class and also Reserve Junior All American Summer Yearling Heifer. This honor was so rewarding after a year of hard work. The Jersey industry has only become a bigger part of my life from that year forward. I have made a countless number of friends and have taken every opportunity the Jersey cow has given me and run with it. My first big step in my involvement was being named Wisconsin Jersey Queen in 2010, and then named National Jersey Queen the next year. This was a great opportunity and experience that will be engraved in my heart forever. I also cannot express the amount of thanks to everyone involved in supporting and mentoring the students of the Jersey Youth Academy program! I was so thankful to be a part of the second and third classes of academy. It is an experience like none other with so much interesting and engaging facts on the Jersey breed. I encourage anyone who can apply to apply for this AMAZING experience. My last and most proud achievement with my Jerseys is the reason I am writing this. Being named the winner of the National Jersey Youth Achievement is my dream come true! If there is one thing that has changed my life so positively it is our favorite brown-eyed beauty, the Jersey cow. Having been raised on a Holstein farm I was always expected to show and have Holsteins, but any chance I had, I was grabbing my Jersey heifer that I knew was better! Jerseys have helped me grow and learn a great deal. All I want to do now is continue to grow and give back. Jersey people are so inviting and open-hearted that I can safely say they are family. I can’t thank the people in my life enough for everything they do for me including my family and friends for dealing with me and etting me grow my Jersey herd to where it is today. I also thank the Jersey association for their continuous encouragement, support, and shared passion of the Jersey cow and my Jersey family for always being there supporting me, answering questions on matings, cow families and more. I am truly blessed and humbled to be where I am today. I thank my mom for helping me get my first Jersey even if it did take some arguing and pushiness to make it happen. Thank you everyone for this great honor! JERSEY JOURNAL


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Jersey Youth Academy, has served on the All American Junior Activities committee and received several scholarships from the California Jersey Breeders Association. She is a a member of the Modesto Junior College Young Farmers organization, the California Scholarship Federation, American Agri-Women, and a past member of the California Women for Agriculture and Chatom 4-H where she held many leadership roles. Local dairy associations have also acknowledged this youth’s success, with Natalie accepting scholarships from the Hilmar Cheese Company and the Central Valley Jersey breeders, both in 2011. As she continues to help manage the FireLake dairy herd, Natalie can make direct applications from her dairy science degree, and look forward to future endeavors on the farm after college. Natalie has also experienced much success with dairy judging, even earning the opportunity to travel to Scotland to participate in the International Dairy Judging Contest after her Modesto Junior College team took first place at the World Dairy Expo and Eastern States Exposition Intercollegiate judging contests in 2011. As an individual, Natalie placed third overall

at the Eastern States Exposition Judging Contest, fourth at the Pennsylvania AllAmerican Judging contest and 10th at the North American International Livestock Exposition judging contest. Her expertise in the show ring is also duly noted. Natalie exhibited the Reserve Junior Champion of The All American Junior Jersey Show and the All American Summer Yearling Heifer in 2009. She also stood at the halter for the Supreme Champion of the Great Western Livestock Show and California State Fair, and Grand Champion of the California Spring Jersey Show, California State Fair and the Western National Junior Jersey Show. “The Jersey cow has not only taught me responsibility and determination, she has also shown me how much I love the dairy industry and all that goes with it,” said Sanders. “I know life in the dairy industry can be extremely challenging, but I do not see my life going in any other direction than the Jersey and the dairy industry.” Dylan Ellenburg Dylan Ellenburg, Morristown, Tenn., is the third place award winner in the 2012 contest. He just completed his first year of college at New River Community College in Blacksburg, Va., and is employed at the Virginia Tech Dairy and as a DHIA

technician in Tennessee to help defray his cost of school. He will be transferring to Virginia Tech to work for a major in animal science and a minor in political science. After graduation he will enter the College o f Ve t e r i n a r y Medicine to work towards his DVM and follow in his grandfather’s (Dan Parks) footsteps. Ellenburg Dylan’s interest in dairying stems from his involvement with his grandfather’s dairy, Aspen Grove Jerseys. After graduation, he will join his grandfather’s mobile veterinary practice and continue to breed and develop the established Aspen Grove herd. Dylan also aspires to be active in the dairy industry at state and national levels with his political science background and help shape policy that will benefit the dairy industry. His first step in achieving this goal will be joining the Tennessee Dairy Producers Association. “My involvement with Jerseys and Jersey activities has given me the opportunity to gain valuable experience in areas that will be beneficial in both my career choice and (continued to page 22)

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my college education,” stated Ellenburg in his application. “My accomplishments have improved my confidence in making decisions while my failures have helped me to identify my weaknesses.” One of the best learning experiences for Dylan has been helping with sale selections and negotiations for bull contracts with A.I. organizations. He currently has three bulls being sampled by A.I. organizations from his herd 30 cows and 27 heifers. Two more heifers are currently contracted for sons. One of his own bulls, Keystone Duke Braveheart, is a proven sire being marketed by Genex. He ranked as high as 13th on the December 2011 Historical list of bulls. Sixty percent of Dylan’s herd is currently genomically tested. Ellenburg has focused on production in developing his herd. Over the past seven years he has received 11 Hall of Fame certificates for his herd for production. The herd also ranks among the top 25% of the breed for GJPI. Dylan became the 10th Jersey youth in history to win the National Jersey Youth Production Contest and Pot O’Gold Production Contest simultaneously with his entry, MVF Kulp Brazon Shannon. His 2012 yearly production average was 17,628–971–649 m.e. on his 30 cows. Dylan has not only been recognized nationally for his production awards but has received many within his home state of Tennessee as well. In 2012, he had four first place animals in the Tennessee Jersey Youth Production Contest and the Tennessee Jersey Cattle Club (TJCC) Production Awards and was honored with the Dibrell Boyd award for the highest producing Jersey at the Tennessee State Jersey Show.

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It was the sixth time for him to win the award. In 2011, he was also awarded the Clyde Chappell Award, presented by the University of Tennessee Agricultural Extension for outstanding junior Jersey achievement. Also in 2011, he won the Eastern Regional 4-H Senior High Portfolio Dairy Project and was given the Premier Exhibitor Award in the Senior Division by the Tennessee Junior Jersey Cattle Club. On the national level, Dylan was a member of the second class of Jersey Youth Academy. On the tanbark, Dylan was named the Premier Breeder and was awarded Premier Performance Awards at the 2011 Tennessee State Junior Show, in addition to winning banners for Grand Champion, Reserve Grand Champion, Senior Champion, Junior Champion and Best Bred by Junior, at shows throughout Tennessee and two outof-state regional shows. Dylan prides himself on the quality of his Jersey herd and his well-rounded experience within the dairy industry. He is looking forward to continuing his involvement with his Jersey herd throughout his college years and learning more about the value of the Jersey breed. “The most important goal for the Jersey breed is to maintain a reasonable margin of income over cost of production,” said Ellenburg. “In today’s farm economy of historically high feed prices and other input costs, which are equally costly coupled with marginal milk prices, this is extremely challenging. But Jersey breeders are positioned to meet this challenge.” Kelli Ann Carstensen Making her fourth appearance in the National Jersey Youth Achievement contest is Kelli Ann Carstensen, Petaluma, Calif.

This is her third time to place fourth in the national contest. Though Kelli did not grow up in the Jersey business from birth, she has made a name for herself in the Jersey industry for her many accomplishments since starting her Jersey herd more than a decade ago. Sustainability has been a focus on this young Jersey breeder since receiving her first Jersey. “The Jersey breed must continue to enhance their prof itability and sustainability,” said Carstensen. “They produce milk using less feed, land, water and energy which results in a lower total carbon footprint, as well as producing more milk per pound of body weight and pound of feed intake than any other breed.” As the first person in her immediate family to ever be involved with the dairy industry, Kelli received her first Jersey as a gift from a family friend in Oregon. Sweet Laddie is now 12-years-old and is appraised Very Good-83% and has produced five offspring for this young Kelli’s herd. Not only was “Laddie” the first Jersey cow for Kelli, she was the Carstensen foundation animal for the herd now boasting 15 heifers and 21 cows. Kelli also was given “Laddie’s” two younger sisters as a gift and her home grown herd has flourished in the show ring, winning numerous best bred by exhibitor awards and many production awards. Through a steady breeding plan in addition to the three cows she was given, Kelli’s (continued to page 24)

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accumulation of Jersey cows has been on her own account and is completely selffinanced. With the exception of the feed costs for the milk string, which is paid in exchange for fluid milk, she covers breeding, feed, veterinary and all other expenses. She also manages her own rations and makes all A.I. breeding decisions. Kelli just graduated from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, Calif., in June and moved across country to Pennsylvania to begin work with AMS Genetics International as an Embryo Export Coordinator. Kelli’s accomplishments while at Cal Poly were numerous. She was on the Dean’s List in 2011 and 2012, as well as a member of the California Scholarship Federation. In 2012, she received the Russell-Malnati Scholarship for Advanced Studies from the AJCA. She also received the Jack C. Nisbet Memorial Scholarship and a California Jersey Cattle Association scholarship. She was also a member of the second class of Jersey Youth Academy and was the second alternate National Jersey Queen in 2011 and 2012. “My Jerseys are my passion with my life revolving around them,” stated Carstensen in her application. “I have always been fascinated with the genetics aspect of the dairy industry and seeing the improvements that can be made in just a few short generations. I hope to use my passion for genetics in a way that can make a career from it, not only mating my own animals but on a national level as well.” Kara Maxwell Kara Maxwell, Donahue, Iowa, is the fifth place winner in the National J e r s e y Yo u t h Acheivement Contest. She is the daughter of John Maxwell, Cinnamon Ridge Jerseys, and just completed her first year of college Maxwell a t I owa S t a t e University where she is majoring in dairy science. Maxwell’s name has been prominent among national Jersey youth activities as she was the winner of the 2012 National Jersey Youth Production Contest, Division II, with Cinnamon Ridge Rasmus Lily. She has been a constant among the Production contest with her cows as well as her purchases in the Pot O’Gold Sale. She has placed four times in the past six years with her purchases. In addition to these awards, Page 24

Kara has also received several Hall of Fame certificates from the AJCA for her herd of Registered Jerseys. She was a member of the second class of Jersey Youth Academy and received the William A. Russell Memorial Scholarship in 2012. Helping set the pace for her future when she returns home to her family farm is her herd of 28 Registered Jersey cows and 33 Registered Jersey heifers. The 2012 m.e. average of her herd was 22,300—1,050— 802 on 28 records. After the 2012 type appraisal, she has one Excellent, 18 Very Good and 9 Desirable cows in her herd. She takes the development of her herd very seriously and has worked tirelessly to develop a plan to achieve her dairy goals. While at home, Kara’s goal was to make sure the heifers freshen between 22 and 24 months of age. The Jersey youth also was in charge of ordering semen, making mating decisions as well as responsible for pen arrangements in their herd. She is also a proponent of incorporating new technology into their farm management program. Now that she is away at college, she and her older sister Amy share the responsibilities. Recently, the Maxwell family began making their own cheese on the farm and Kara acknowledges the need for more consumer education. “The most important goal for the Jersey breed is its owners working to bridge the gap between consumer and producer,” said Maxwell. “In this day and age the consumer is several generations removed from the farm causing the image of the farm to become clouded and frequently fraught with ignorance. It is our duty as producers and people who genuinely appreciate the industry we are involved in, to continually strive to bridge that gap, to educate the consumer, and to improve the face of the dairy industry. Without the consumer we are lost.” In addition to caring for her Jersey herd, Kara has many extra-curricular activities in her resume. At Iowa State she is in the Honor’s program and a member of the Iowa State University concert band and club soccer team. She is active in the Iowa State Dairy Science Club where she was a co-chair of the “I Milked A Cow” project at the Iowa State Fair. She is a tutor for fourth grade students at Ames Christian Elementary and a recycling co-chair of the Residence Hall Offices. In 2011, she received the prestigious Governors Award that is awarded to the top two students in each state high school with the highest grade point average. She was active in 4-H, FFA, her local church, her high school band, soccer and basketball teams, and has received numerous academic accolades, including being named President

of her school National Honor Society. Kara was also chosen as a delegate to the prestigious Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Conference, held at the University of California-Los Angeles campus. Kara credits much of her wide-ranging success to the skills and work-ethic she learned growing up on a Registered Jersey dairy. “My goal is to have our herd as the highest producing Jersey dairy in the nation someday,” she wrote. “This will take a dedication and true love for my career that I know I possess. The Jersey cow is my passion and I cannot wait to spend the rest of my life working with her.” Abby Tauchen Abby Tauchen, Bonduel, Wis., moves up three places to sixth in this year’s National J e r s e y Yo u t h Achievement Contest. She is just beginning her senior year at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls majoring Tauchen in dairy science. After graduation, she hopes to become a manager of dairy calf facility where she could have the responsibility of starting calves off on the right foot and watch them develop into productive milking individuals. Growing up on a 1,000 cow Holstein dairy in Wisconsin, Abby purchased her first Jersey in the 2009 Pot O’Gold Sale. Today, there are more than 100 Registered Jerseys mixed in the Holstein herd. At the 2011, Top of the World Sale in Madison, Wis., Abby sold a high genomic heifer that was third high seller in the sale. “With our Jersey herd we have seen only positive influences,” wrote Tauchen. “The Jersey breed has encouraged me to bring new technologies to our operation as we now genomically test the majority of our heifers.” Production is key in helping Tauchen build pedigrees and her reputation in the Jersey breed. Her eight cows have a 2012 m.e. average of 22,031–1,055–781. Her purchase in the 2009 Pot O’Gold Sale placed eighth in this year’s production contest. Through an internship with a nutrition consultant, Abby has gained knowledge of cow nutrition that will benefit the production of her herd of cattle. “By going to college I am learning new technologies to bring back to my family’s farm to ensure we have the right management, environmentally friendly facility and cow comfort,” said Abby of her learning experiences. “My herd has grown JERSEY JOURNAL


since I purchased my first calf and I would like to continue to expand with high production, genetics and type.” She was a member of the inaugural class of Jersey Youth Academy class in 2009 and exhibited the Premier Performance Cow at The All American Open and Junior Shows later that same year. In 2010 she returned to The All American tanbark to exhibit the Junior Champion of the junior show. In early 2013, Abby received the Patti Endres Memorial Award from the Wisconsin Jersey Breeders Association and in 2011 served as the association’s state queen and won their senior youth award. Abby received her American FFA degree as well in 2011. In college at UW-River Falls, she is active in the university Dairy Club, Block and Bridle Club, Collegiate Farm Bureau and Association of Women in Agriculture. While she makes direct applications from her dairy science program to her growing herd at home, Abby is looking forward to further advancing the genetic value of her Jersey herd. Allison Mangun Making her debut among the top 10 of the Jersey Youth Achievement Contest is Allison Mangun of Burbank, Ohio. The recent high school graduate placed seventh in the national contest. She will begin her college career this fall at the Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute and major in agribusiness with a minor in animal science. After Mangun graduation, she hopes to land her dream job in the nutrition world, specializing in calves. Allison’s love for the Jersey breed began when she turned eight-years-old and her father purchased a Jersey calf for her. She states ‘she had no idea what she was getting herself into’ in her application. Since that time, her interest in the dairy industry and Jersey breed has grown immensely. In 2009, she got her first taste of the Jersey industry through her involvement with the Ohio Junior Jersey Breeders Association serving as the Ohio Jersey Princess. She then became an officer of the association and it taught her to step outside of her comfort zone and be a leader. She not only is a member of the Ohio Jersey Junior Association, but the District 7 Jersey Club and Wayne County Jersey breeders. She received the Wayne Country Dairy Service Unit Scholarship and was named the Wayne County Outstanding Youth. In 2012, the

Ohio Jersey Breeders Association, named Allison their youth achievement winner. “The Jersey cow has taught me to always have a good attitude whether I win or lose and she afforded me some of the happiest and most memorable moments in my life,” wrote Mangun. “My dad has always told to expect nothing, while always trying my absolute best, so in the end there is only happiness and growth.” Allison’s herd of 28 milk cows and 13 heifers are helping her financially put herself through school. Her 2012 m.e. lactation average was 18,662–951–674 for her herd of Jerseys. In 2011, she exhibited

the Grand Champion of the Ohio State Fair Junior Jersey Show. In 2012, she received two production award winners from the Ohio Junior Jersey Breeders Association as well. Through her involvement with FFA, Allison received her chapter FFA degree, placed third in the state in 2011 for her Dairy Enterprise project and was a state finalist for the same award in 2013. She participated on the parliamentary procedure team and urban soil judging team all four years. She was the state winner for the beginning prepared public speaking contest (continued to page 27)

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as well. In high school, she was active on the varsity soccer team and cross country teams. She was on the school’s scholar roll all four years of high school and a member of the National Honors Society. She also served as her senior class president. While attending OSU-ATI, Allison will remain active on her family dairy where she will continue to manage the young calves on the farm. Allison is responsible for feeding calves, vaccinations, keeping their housing clean and fresh to prevent illness and then weaning the heifers and making the transition easy on them. “Farming is my family’s livelihood,” said Mangun. “As we continue to increase our herd size, we will keep cow comfort in mind so that our herd will see continued increases in production, equaling more money for the dairy producer.” Janelle Remington Wisconsin junior Janelle Remington of Juneau, has had a very busy year to propel her to eighth place in the National Jersey Youth Achievement Contest. The 18-year-old daughter of Richard and Gail Remington, recently graduated from high school as a star basketball and volleyball player, making all-team

conference for volleyball and being named an honorable mention conference player for basketball in 2012-13. She is a member of the National Honor Society and president of her FFA chapter. Now, as she heads off to UW-Madison to major in dairy science this fall, Remington she will begin her focus on a career possibly as an animal chiropractor through veterinary school. Between volleyball and basketball games last fall, Janelle was busy showing her Registered Jerseys around the state of Wisconsin and making her first trip to The All American Jersey Show in Louisville, Ky. At the All American Junior Show, she captured Junior All American honors with Gil-Bar RM Coffee (senior calf) and Reserve Junior All American honors with Kyles Louie Moonlight (junior yearling). “The Jersey has captured my heart since I was five-years-old and showed my first Jersey,” said Remington. “Their affection has intrigued me to find out more about breeding, bull choices, and the care of the animal. This has led me to work with other

breeders and learn from them.” Throughout her showing career, Janelle has not only excelled in the show ring from class winners but with her own showmanship skills. She was named Supreme Showman of the 2012 Dodge County (WI) Fair and placed fifth in the Wisconsin State Junior Fair Showmanship the same year. In 2011, she was first place senior showman at the World Dairy Expo Contest. She also has an avid eye for picking the top animals in dairy judging. In 2011, she captured the 4-H competition at the Pennsylvania All-American Dairy Show contest and their team placed second. Later that year, her team also captured second at Louisville and she was sixth in the Jersey contest. Her involvement with dairy judging and showmanship began in 4-H, where she now is giving back with teaching the younger members of her 4-H club showmanship tactics and skills as well as teaching them to clip their animals. In addition to her laurels in the show ring, Janelle was also selected as a member of the third class of Jersey Youth Academy and won the Wisconsin State James Crowley Dairy Leadership Award in the past year. “As I begin my college career, I want to keep my small herd of Registered Jerseys going,” wrote Remington. “As the population grows (continued to page 29)

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it is my job as a Jersey owner to breed and produce an efficient animals that produces quality milk.” Josh Hannah Josh Hannah of Cleveland, Tenn., is the ninth place winner in the 2012 National Jersey Youth Achievement Contest. The 21-year-old is a fourth generation dairy producer in eastern Tennessee. One of Josh’s most rewarding experiences has been mentoring his young cousin in her first year of showing Jersey cattle. He was able to help her from the ground up with selecting animals and even investing his own money into the purchase of three heifers to begin her show herd. His passion for helping youth is also propelling him in his career choices. Josh just completed his sophomore year Hannah at Cleveland State Community College and is planning to transfer to the University of Tennessee to complete a degree in agricultural science and then get his master’s degree in education. “I have always wanted to be an agriculture teacher,” wrote Josh in his application. “The knowledge I have learned from working with the Jersey cow, has afforded me the opportunity to help in teaching the dairy unit to the agriculture classes at my high school.” With his involvement with his high school ag class, Josh has been able to furnish a Jersey heifer for the students to use as a fundraising project to teach the students care and responsibility for dairy animals. It has also helped him with his confidence in public speaking. His involvement with the parliamentary procedure team has taught him the leadership skills he needed to serve the Tennessee Junior Jersey Breeders Association as president for two years. He has also been active in dairy judging and working with youth to teach them how to select cattle for the show ring. In 2011, Josh coached his high school’s dairy judging team to a second place finish in the state FFA competition. Josh’s other lifelong dream is to have his own herd of Jersey cows. He is well on his way to his goal of a 40-cow milking herd, with 18 cows and 20 heifers currently in his ownership. His short term goals include genomically testing his top cows to establish a breeding plan that will utilize the (continued to page 30)

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data he receives. He also plans to re-enroll their herd on REAP this year to utilize the management tools of the AJCA. He strongly believes that the Jersey breed is the breed of the future. “Jerseys stand to be the leader in the dairy industry now as they have a longer productive life, their strong feed efficiency and their high fat and protein content,” said Hannah. “All of these positive elements of Jerseys are critical to maintaining survival in today’s economy.” Josh has many accomplishments to his name including being listed among the Who’s Who Among College Students and received the Academic Services Scholarship for Cleveland State Community College. He has received his American FFA Degree and was nominated in 2011 for Star Farmer. The Tennessee Jersey Association has awarded him the Bill Garrett Scholarship for herdsmanship and sportsmanship at the Tennessee State Junior Show and he received the Clyde Chappell State Youth Award as well. In 2007, Josh was chosen as a delegate to the Tennessee State 4-H Congress and received his FFA chapter Greenhand award. Josh stays active at his home dairy, knowing that one day soon he will return to the home farm. “I really enjoy the satisfaction I feel each day when I return home from the barn or the field.” Colin Russell For Colin Russell, Hilmar, Calif., the tenth place winner of the Jersey Youth Achievement Contest, Jerseys have always been a part of his life and they will be his future as well. “I have been blessed to be sur rounded by Jerseys and Jersey breeders my entire Russell life,” said Colin in his application. “My involvement with Jerseys has shaped who I am as a person because it has given me so many opportunities to learn and grow.” Colin has learned the value of hard work from working with his project animals to working with his grandpa through a lawn mowing business. Today, as Colin lives in New York while in college at Cornell University, he has become even more involved with the family dairy outside of California. In 2012, Colin took his summer break and went to Dalhart, Texas, to help his famPage 30

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ily with a startup dairy there. He learned how to work in a different environment and different weather conditions than at his home dairy. While at Cornell he has learned about group housing and as part of his school project he helped design and plan for the family’s new calf facility in Dalhart. Beginning his junior year at Cornell, Colin plans to graduate with a degree in animal science and then work in different areas of the U.S. on other dairy farms before beginning his own herd in the Midwest. Besides working with his father and grandfather on their dairies in Hilmar, Colin was active in community and school activities as well. He owns 63 Registered Jersey cows and 49 heifers. His milking herd has a 2012 m.e. average of 20,851– 1,047–797. He was a member of the first two classes of Jersey Youth Academy and has shown cattle at The All American Jersey shows in Louisville, Ky., as well as the Western National Jersey Show and the California State Fair. He is a member of the Central Valley Jersey Breeders and the California Junior Jersey Association. Through the years he has participated in the National Jersey Youth Production Contest and the Pot O’Gold Production Contest. During high school, Colin was active with his high school swim team and football team and was named Most Valuable Swimmer in 2010 and 2011. At Cornell University, he is a member of the dairy club, Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity, and also on the heavyweight rowing team. As Colin focuses on his future he writes this about where investment should be made, “We need to continue to invest in our youth, and by that I mean both dairy calves and young people. Research shows that investing in a higher level of nutrition at an earlier age will give you a healthier cow, which can produce an average of 1,100 more pounds of milk per lactation, which will dramatically improve the efficiency of the Jersey cow. Investing in our youth should include developing and supporting programs like Jersey Youth Academy, that help us prepare the leaders of tomorrow. Winners of the National Jersey Youth Achievement Contest 1957 J. Howard Stiles, Mt. Airy, Md. 1958 David W. Spahr, Findlay, Ohio 1959 Clifford H. Stiles, Mt. Airy, Md. 1960 Ray E. Ropp, Normal, Ill. 1961 Roger Mabry, Springdale, Ark. 1962 William H. Diley, Jr., Canal Winchester, Ohio Carol J. Rowzee, Newton, Miss. 1963 James Edgerly, Dinuba, Calif. 1964 Stephen P. Bachelor, Angola, Ind. 1965 David G. Bixler, Tulare, Calif. 1966 Allen Kinzie, Cushing, Okla. 1967 Robert Lyon, Traer, Iowa 1968 Loretta J. Armentrout, Jonesboro, Tenn. 1969 Kenneth Kelly, Tupelo, Miss. 1970 Kent Kinzie, Cushing, Okla. 1971 Boyd H. Parr, Newberry, S.C. Kris Kinzie, Cushing, Okla.

1972 Larry A. Schirm, Canal Winchester, Ohio 1973 Tracy E. Stiles, Clearbrook, Va. 1974 Mark G. Smith, Picayune, Miss. 1975 Calhoun B. Parr, Newberry, S.C. 1976 Charles Y. King, Newark, Ohio 1977 Alta Mae Keightley, Harrodsburg, Ky. 1978 V. David Calfee, Cleveland, Tenn. 1979 Debra L. Stiles, Clearbrook, Va. 1980 Jerry Hatfield, Newton, Iowa 1981 Karen Casale, Denair, Calif. 1982 Paula Cloud, Chandler, Okla. 1983 Glenn Calfee, Cleveland, Tenn. 1984 Timothy M. Abbott, Cabot, Vt. 1985 Denise Smith, Arab, Ala. 1986 Todd Rinkenberger, Atwater, Calif. 1987 Herbert D. Lutz, Jr., Chester, S.C. 1988 Alan O. Chittenden, Schodack Landing, N.Y. 1989 Stuart R. Schooley, Niangua, Mo. 1990 Kimberly A. Billman, West Salem, Ohio 1991 Kenneth G. Ropp, Normal, Ill. 1992 Timothy A. Billman, West Salem, Ohio 1993 Julie Kirchdoerfer, Cape Girardeau, Mo.

1994 Karin Chittenden, Schodack Landing, N.Y. 1995 Brian Barlass, Janesville, Wis. 1996 Denise Josi, Tillamook, Ore. 1997 Iris D. Peeler, Starr, S.C. 1998 Bryan Marcoot, Greenville, Ill. 1999 Kristin Barlass, Janesville, Wis. 2000 Julia Marie Snodgrass, Morristown, Tenn. 2001 Veronica Steer, Cottage Grove, Tenn. 2002 Rebecca Ferry, Johnstown, N.Y. 2003 Davis Peeler, Starr, S.C. 2004 Amanda Jo Johnson, Molalla, Ore. 2005 Brett A. Barlass, Janesville, Wis. 2006 Renée Elizabeth Norman, Liberty, Pa. 2007 Aaron M. Horst, Chambersburg, Pa. 2008 Tyler Lee Boyd, Parrottsville, Tenn. 2009 Lauren Brittany Core, Salvisa, Ky. 2010 Amber Ettinger, Kinards, S.C. 2011 Cassandra Chittenden, Schodack Landing, N.Y. 2012 Cassandra N. Krull, Lake Mills, Wis.

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National Jersey Queen to be Selected

The 2013 National Jersey Queen

Contest will be held Friday, November 8, and Saturday, November 9, in conjunction with The All American Jersey Show and Sale in Louisville, Ky. Participants must be no younger than 16 years of age, and not older than 22 as of January 1 of the contest year. Membership in the American Jersey Cattle Association, junior or lifetime, is required. To apply, you must meet one of the following requirements: be the Queen, Princess of or member of the state association court for the current year in your state of residence; (2) be a regional Jersey queen for the current year; (4) have been a former state or regional Jersey queen; (4) be a former alternate in the National Jersey Queen Court; or (5) be an exhibitor in the 2013 All American Junior Jersey Show or Western National Junior Jersey Show. To enter the contest, the off icial application must be completed and received in the AJCA office by October 15. Late applications will not be accepted. The application form is available at http://www.usjersey.com/YouthProgram/ natlqueen.htm, or by request from the

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Bastin-Naile Scholarship Applications Due by September 30

For the 12th year, the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) will honor long-time NAILE General Superintendent Garlin Bastin with a scholarship of $1,000. High school seniors exhibiting dairy cattle at the 2013 NAILE are eligible to receive the 12th Garland Bastin-NAILE Scholarship of $1,000 during the Junior Supreme Dairy Show at noon on Sunday November 10, in Louisville, Ky. Bastin, was extension specialist in animal science at the University of Kentucky and NAILE General Superintendent for 27 years from the show’s founding until his death in 2000. He was an individual with the highest integrity who truly loved young people. He believed that exhibitors of animals at livestock shows should at all times conduct themselves with honesty and good sportsmanship. All high school seniors exhibiting at least one animal in the NAILE junior dairy shows are eligible to apply.

Applications must be postmarked no later than September 30, 2013, and include a 500-word essay on the topic of “The Importance of Show Ring Ethics When Exhibiting Dairy Cattle.” The essay and any attachments must be typewritten/word processed. A copy of the student’s official high school transcript and letter of recommendation from the student’s 4-H agent or FFA advisor or other high school teacher must also be included. The winner will be selected on academic and personal achievements (35%), involvement with dairy cattle (30%), and the essay (35%). Entries will be judged by a panel of livestock industry professionals, whose decision will be final. The recipient must be available for the award presentation during the NAILE selection of the Junior Show Supreme Champion. Payment of the $1,000 scholarship will be made upon proof of acceptance for enrollment in a college or other institute of higher learning. For the application form and details, see the Livestock Exhibitors tab on the NAILE website or contact Jeff Zinner, NAILE Assistant Manager, at P.O. Box 36367, Louisville, KY 40233, phone 502/595-3166.

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Missouri Junior Wins Youth Production Contests

his year, a junior from Missouri has they reach 30 months-of-age. Division II is the Pot O’Gold Sale in 2010—the dairy won both youth production contests for all other cows. Participants are eligible industry’s first all-genotyped offering. sponsored by the American Jersey Cattle for an award in only one division and an “Trolley” calved in late November 2011 Association (AJCA). Tyler C. Kirchdoerfer overall contest winner is recognized. at 1-10 and peaked with 87 lbs. milk on her of Cape Girardeau became the 11th junior A junior is eligible to win the overall February test, 88 lbs. milk on her March in contest history to accomplish the feat National Youth Production Contest just test and 86 lbs. milk on her April test. She with his entry, Tollenaar Blaise 6360, who once. made an actual 305-day record of 21,860 simultaneously topped the 2012 lbs. milk, 933 lbs. fat and 806 National Jersey Youth Production lbs. protein with components of Contest and the 2013 Pot O’Gold 4.3% fat and 3.7% protein. The Production Contest. record is 27,279–1,164–1,020 on Kirchdoerfer and 37 other junior an m.e. basis and an Honor Roll members will be honored for their record with 3,280 lbs. cheese. The achievements in the youth producVery Good-86% daughter of BW tion contests on November 9, 2013, Blaise-ET, GJPI +86, has a GJPI at the Junior Banquet, which wraps of +125 and GPTAs of +821M, up Junior Day at All American +52F and +42P. festivities in Louisville, Ky. “Trolley” freshened with her The 22 winners in this year’s Pot second calf in early January 2013 O’Gold Production Contest will and gave 98 lbs. milk on her Febreceive cash prizes and certificates. ruary test. She followed this with The 20 winners in the National Jertests of 99 lbs. milk in March and sey Youth Production Contest will April and 92 lbs. milk in May. She be given plaques and cash awards is projected to 24,162 lbs. milk, made possible, in part, by Jersey 1,074 lbs. fat and 872 lbs. protein breeders who consign their animals actual. to the National Heifer Sale. Each She is one of 49 Registered year, 10% of the proceeds from Jerseys owned by Kirchdoerfer, this sale are designated for youth a fifth-generation dairy farmer program support, including the who plans to continue the family National Jersey Youth Production legacy after college. His herd is Contest. managed with Jo-Kirch Jerseys at Records for both production Kirchdoerfer Dairy Farm, which contests are ranked by the dollar Tyler Kirchdoerfer has won both youth production contests si- was established by his great-greatmultaneously with his entry, Tollenaar Blaise 6360. He purchased value of the record. Dollar value is “Trolley,” as she is called by the junior and his family, from Tolle- grandparents in 1896. The dairy is determined by calculating the 305- naar Jerseys in the Pot O’Gold Sale in 2010. operated by him and his paternal day mature equivalent (m.e.), then grandparents, Joe and Mildred; Total cash awards are $550. Each diviapplying the Net Merit Dollars component uncle Carl; parents, Eddie and Amy; and sion winner receives $100. The second values that are used for genetic evaluations siblings, Tricia and Clayton. Tyler has been place honoree receives $75; third takes from the United States Department of Aginvolved with the business from an early home $50; and fourth receives $25. The riculture. The component values are $1.63 and now lends a hand with identification, overall winner gets an additional $50, per pound fat, $1.94 per pound protein and registration and herd matings. The herd is bringing their award total to $150. $2.86 per hundredweight volume. bred artificially, with Tyler and Carl col This year, 123 qualified entries from 65 lectively selecting sires for each animal. juniors were received. The top 20 animals National Youth Production Contest Tyler also takes a special interest in the ranked in this year’s contest have an m.e. This contest recognizes the efforts of genomic testing program, which includes average of 25,223–1,200–901 and a dollar junior owners to compile and utilize ofabout 25% of the females at Kirchdoerfer value average of $4,425.17. ficial production records on their animals. Dairy Farm. Through this one activity, youth gain expe Tyler’s milking string of 20 cows has a Division I rience in using records to manage and breed 2012 herd average of 20,290 lbs. milk, 787 The winner of Division I, Tollenaar their Jersey cows and understand the value lbs. fat and 667 lbs. protein. Seven cows Blaise 6360, was the overall winner as of production. are appraised Excellent, 10 are Very Good well, with a dollar value of $4,689.45 on To qualify for the competition, cows must and the appraisal average is 85.2%. He has her first lactation. have completed a lactation of no more than genotyped 45 cows and heifers in his herd, Kirchdoerfer purchased “Trolley,” as the 305 days during the calendar year. The conincluding Jo-Kirch Louie I Sharon and Jo18-year-old and his family call her, from test is divided into two divisions. Division I Kirch Renegade Explosion, with respective Tollenaar Jerseys of Elk Grove, Calif., in is for first-lactation cows that calve before GJPIs of +195 and +186. Page 34

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2012 National Jersey Youth Production Contest 123 qualifying entries submitted by 65 juniors. Top 20 entries averaged 25,223–1,200–901, MCP value $4,425.17. Animal Name Mature Equivalent Owner Actual Lactation Record

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Division I: Calving before 30 months of age Tollenaar Blaise 6360 27,255–1,180–1,024..................................................................... $4,689.45 Overall Winner 1-10 305 21,860 4.3% 933 3.7% 806 Tyler C. Kirchdoerfer, Cape Girardeau, Mo. GR Dutch Hollow Gannon Glide 28,878–1,232–940.......................................................................... 4,657.67 Cassandra L. Chittenden, Schodack Landing, N.Y. 1-8 305 3x 23,820 3.8% 915 3.1% 727 Deerview Rubex Susan 27,901–1,196–949.......................................................................... 4,588.51 Maisey Wells, Leicester, N.C. 2-01 305 21,577 4.4% 955 3.4% 743 Dutch Hollow TBone Alex 23,840–1,329–877.......................................................................... 4,549.47 Maxwell S. Chittenden, Schodack Landing, N.Y. 1-10 305 3x 19,930 5.3% 1,047 3.6% 719 Shipley Impuls Vanity 1111 23,840–1,359–817.......................................................................... 4,481.97 Jody Williams, McConnelsville, Ohio 2-1 305 19,300 6.6% 1,274 3.4% 649 Cantendo Impuls Miss Fiona 23,497–1,247–874.......................................................................... 4,400.18 Leeann Rose King, Creston, Ohio 1-11 305 17,620 5.5% 976 3.8% 669 Heavens Blessins Honour CJ 26,375–1,033–890.......................................................................... 4,164.72 Ashley Derr, Linden, Pa. 1-11 305 19,700 4.0% 789 3.4% 673 Dutch Hollow Deacon Elicialee-P 24,280–1,141–828.......................................................................... 4,160.56 Emily Jane Chittenden, Schodack Landing, N.Y. 1-9 305 3x 20,640 4.4% 904 3.3% 673 Grazeland Davin Dynasty 22,496–1,153–806.......................................................................... 4,086.42 Brandon Russell King, Creston, Ohio 2-1 305 18,840 5.1% 964 3.6% 669 Jo-Kirch Saber Jo Nina 25,436–982–901............................................................................. 4,076.07 Tricia Jo Kirchdoerfer, Cape Girardeau, Mo. 2-1 305 20,000 3.9% 783 3.5% 701 Division II: All other lactations High Lawn Artis Ginger Ale 25,806–1,157–912........................................................................ $4,393.24 McCalister Russell, Hilmar, Calif. 3-8 288 3x 24,780 4.3% 1,076 3.5% 862 GR Clemson Dale 783 907 24,127–1,261–845.......................................................................... 4,384.76 Nathan Lawton, Newark Valley, N.Y. 2-10 305 22,170 5.3% 1,164 3.5% 770 Yosemite Jevon Echo J7014 22,977–1,254–862.......................................................................... 4,373.44 Lars William Russell, Hilmar, Calif. 2-8 277 3x 19,890 5.4% 1,079 3.7% 741 Rebel 4698 of Bar MB 27,384–1,107–909.......................................................................... 4,351.05 Gerret Boer, Dalhart, Texas 3-2 283 23,150 4.2% 974 3.4% 777 Yosemite Noah Jace J5328 22,277–1,159–904.......................................................................... 4,280.05 Colin R. Russell, Hilmar, Calif. 3-1 305 3x 23,300 5.0% 1,175 4.0% 930 Normandell Geronimo Violet 24,022–1,175–858.......................................................................... 4,266.80 Ryan Lawton, Newark Valley, N.Y. 4-4 305 24,840 5.0% 1,232 3.6% 886 G&S Sultan Sarah 24,781–1,101–867.......................................................................... 4,185.35 Katelyn Nolt, Canton, Pa. 4-7 305 24,770 4.6% 1,151 3.5% 879 Walnut Blueprint Max Althea 137 24,790–1,070–887.......................................................................... 4,173.87 Korri Briggs, Campellsville, Ky. 2-10 305 20,110 4.6% 925 3.7% 753 OCSDairy Pearley PS Rosie 21,622–1,159–837.......................................................................... 4,131.34 Daisy A. Gardner, Jefferson, Md. 5-0 305 22,530 6.0% 1,532 3.9% 876 Peterson Paramount Winnie 22,344–1,115–860.......................................................................... 4,124.89 Stephanie D. Woods, Beaver, Ore. 7-5 300 22,250 4.7% 1,041 3.8% 856

Kirchoerfer has placed in the National Jersey Youth Production Contest four of the past five years and the Pot O’Gold Production Contest six of the past seven years. He has developed his herd from foundation animals he earned for work at Kirchdoerfer Dairy Farm and eight purchases from the Pot O’Gold Sale. “I participate in the Pot O’Gold program because it is a great opportunity to own top-quality animals bred by well-respected Jersey breeders,” said Kirchdoerfer. “And the production contest gives me a chance to earn back some of the money I spent on september 2013

purchasing the heifer.” Kirchdoerfer is the 53rd winner of the Pot O’Gold Production Contest and the 39th to earn back all the money he paid for his heifer and then some. He purchased “Trolley” for $3,600 in the sale in 2010 and will receive a check in the amount of $4,550.22—a 127% return on his investment. In previous years, contest winnings helped defray the cost of other Pot O’Gold purchases as well. The other aspect of the program Kirchdoerfer mentioned—opportunity to purchase quality animals—is equally important for

young Jersey breeders. “Though I study the sale catalog at home, take a look at the heifers in the barn and have some favorites going into the sale, I don’t exclude any of them because I know they all have solid pedigrees,” Kirchdoerfer noted. “The pedigree of ‘Trolley’ caught my eye. She is backed by eight Excellent or Very Good dams. Her dam has fat tests over 6% and her grandam has records over 7% fat. Her fourth dam is Excellent-92% and made 31,100 lbs. milk. “I had high hopes she’d become a tre(continued to page 36)

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Winners of the National Youth Production Contest Year Name Owner

ME Milk

ME ME Value Fat Protein Basis

2012 Tollenaar Blaise 6360 27,279 1,164 1,020 $4,689.45 Tyler C. Kirchdoerfer, Cape Girardeau, Mo. MCP Dollar Value 2011 Cinnamon Ridge Rasmus Lily 30,620 1,296 1,100 $5,122.21 Kara Maxwell, Donahue, Iowa MCP Dollar Value 2010 Sniders Future Fenola 30,143 1,808 1,110 $5,962.53 Tucker Hardy, Belleville, Pa. MCP Dollar Value 2009 Michael Centurion Darla 30,123 1,438 1,002 $5,149.34 Colin Wussow, Cecil, Wis. MCP Dollar Value 2008 MVF Kulp Brazo Shannon 29,733 1,531 1,117 $4,950.38 Dylan Ellenburg, Morristown, Tenn. MCP Dollar Value 2007 Ahlem Jace Charm 15069-ET 36,381 1,713 1,154 $5,401.90 Kaila Wussow, Cecil, Wis. MCP Dollar Value 2006 Yosemite Jerrick Lemvig D14230 28,183 1,198 1,093 $4,379.28 Andrew M. Bok, Defiance, Ohio MCP Dollar Value 2005 Dupat Bill J832 29,873 1,361 1,141 $4,752.08 Mary Katherine Rawn, Charles Town, W. Va. MCP Dollar Value 2004 OCS Dairy Baby Blue 34,746 2,125 1,132 $5,783.05 Chase A. Smith, Jefferson, Md. MCP Dollar Value 2003 Lagerweys Hallmark Redrose 33,881 1,559 1,182 $5,151.87 Michael R. Kortus, Lynden, Wash. MCP Dollar Value 2002 Four Springs Counciller Crystal 26,917 1,297 940 $4,157.72 Josh Kellerman, Centre Hall, Pa. MCP Dollar Value 2001 Sunbow Bold Daniel Emerald 30,686 1,331 1,101 $4,645.06 Alex Steer, Cottage Grove, Tenn. MCP Dollar Value 2000 Mainstream Berretta Joy 34,657 1,619 1,237 $4,926.58 Melissa R. Kortus, Lynden, Wash. MCP Dollar Value 1999 Lagerweys 285 Silky 31,574 1,567 1,140 $5,460.76 Melissa R. Kortus, Lynden, Wash. MCP Dollar Value 1998 Berrettas Linette 29,810 1,416 1,153 $5,593.93 Wendy Marie Bok, Defiance, Ohio MCP Dollar Value 1997 Golden MBSB of Twin Haven-ET 25,459 1,399 1,078 $4,564.37 Travis Ferreira, Lemoore, Calif. MCP Dollar Value 1996 LJF2 SB Berretta Haley 29,760 1,536 1,214 $5,690.27 Samantha Jo Barmore, Smithfield, Ky. MCP Dollar Value 1995 GR MG Bossman Debra 28,082 1,291 1,082 $4,365.96 Ben Snell, Chowchilla, Calif. MCP Dollar Value 1994 Rock Maple BV Maria Timothea-ET 27,621 1,130 999 $4,143.81 Jeanesse Rodeffer, Snohomish, Wash. MCP Dollar Value 1993 Ahlarlay Be Magic Wandas Wand 26,013 941 984 984 Joey Anderson, Onalaska, Wash. ME Protein 1992 Martinas Goldie 28,204 1,588 1,035 1,035 Michael Pendleton, Hopkinsville, Ky. ME Protein 1991 Sun Valley Sooner Sunday 27,662 1,415 1,143 1,143 Martin Watson, Troy, Pa. ME Protein 1990 Farwest Samson Cynthia 24,304 1,222 916 916 Stephanie Samson, Emmett, Idaho ME Protein 1989 Duncan Brave PR Dee 24,883 1,038 849 28,319 Tom Seals, Myrtle Point, Ore. Protein Standardized 1988 Jersey Nooks Black Judy 20,920 1,174 876 30,715 Ralph Reichert Jr., Riley, Kan. Protein Standardized 1987 Renzo Magic Lee 24,063 1,101 922 30,443 Shannon Lourenzo, Ferndale, Calif. Protein Standardized 1986 Diamond S General Josie 25,466 1,195 28,111 Michael D. Skiba, North Branch, Minn. Fat Corrected Milk 1985 GR CDF Ro Leen Magic Dana 24,742 1,215 28,122 Todd Silveira, Los Banos, Calif. Fat Corrected Milk 1984 Mills Mike Dimple 21,750 1,060 24,600 Dona Casale, Denair, Calif. Fat Corrected Milk 1983 Bettydon Classic Nadia 21,564 904 22,186 Paul Thun, Tillamook, Ore. Fat Corrected Milk 1982 Sun Valley Hero Aleen 20,575 941 $3,054.66 Dave Seals, Myrtle Point, Ore. Dollar Value 1981 SLJ Faithful Mary Frances 19,580 1,071 $3,208.05 Judy Warren, Miller, Mo. Dollar Value 1980 Headspring Lancer Darle 19,619 1,094 $3,237.61 Russell Lynn Isley, Burlington, N.C. Dollar Value 1979 Russell Surville Lucille 20,228 1,050 $2,811.89 Scott H. Russell, Turnbridge, Vt. Dollar Value 1978 The Pepsi Peanut Popcorn Delight 18,499 1,085 $2,483.76 Scott Bateman, Lee, N.H. Dollar Value 1977 Generators Faustine of Ogston 22,955 1,068 $2,467.66 Heather Dawn Acomb, Stafford, N.Y. Gross Value 1976 Zev of Ogstons Dani 24,561 1,175 $2,674.70 Cynthia Ann Waltemyer, Collegeville, Pa. Gross Value 1975 Jestermaids Surville Rosey 23,594 999 $2,177.73 Mitzi A. Lacobee, Shongaloo, La. Gross Value 1974 Jestermaid Jester Jean 20,610 901 21,759 Paul Lacobee, Shongaloo, La. Energy Corrected Milk 1973 Galelands Epic Little Nix 15,730 894 19,702 Barbie J. Gale, Yardley, Pa. Energy Corrected Milk 1972 Edyvean Surville Carmel 20,079 910 21,682 Susan J. Brown, Hughson, Calif. Energy Corrected Milk 1971 Russell Pompey Pauline 19,131 1,066 23,642 Mark Russell, Turnbridge, Vt. Energy Corrected Milk 1970 Liberators Eminent Regent Joy 17,830 915 20,857 Jerry D. Rodeffer, Mooreland, Ind. Energy Corrected Milk 1969 Pathfinder Joy of Sun Valley 17,084 846 2,502 Robert Oliver, Mt. Angel, Ore. Total Solids (continued to page 43)

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mendous milk cow. She far exceeded my expectations when she won both production contests. I was thrilled to have a cow that pays the bills and made my dreams come true. “I especially appreciate that breeders like Tollenaar Jerseys support youth programs and are willing to part with their best. This gives juniors like me a chance to build our herds on the breed’s best genetics at a price we can afford.” Tyler attended the second Jersey Youth Academy. He will be a freshman at Southeast Missouri State University this fall, majoring in agriculture business and animal science. He plans to return to the farm which was purchased by his great-great grandparents, Joseph and Catherine Kirchdoerfer, in 1896. Registered Jerseys have been the resident dairy cows since 1949. Cassandra L. “Cassie” Chittenden, Schodack Landing, N.Y., the winner of the 2011 National Jersey Youth Achievement Contest, ranks second in Division I of the National Jersey Youth Production Contest with her entry, GR Dutch Hollow Gannon Glide. This is the third consecutive year Chittenden has placed among the top five in this division of the production contest with a member of the “Gail” cow family. The junior placed in the production contest in 2003 and 2007 with members of this cow family as well. “Glide” made a record with a dollar value of $4,657.67 and an m.e. of 28,878– 1,232–940. The record is an Honor Roll record with 3,094 lbs. cheese yield. Actual production for the 1-8 record is 23,820 lbs. milk, 915 lbs. fat and 727 lbs. protein (3x milking). The Excellent-91% daughter of PR Oomsdale Jace Gratude Gannon-ET, GJPI +147, won the Sunbow Jerseys Trophy for high protein production at The All American Junior Jersey Show as a junior two-year-old in 2011. She tested free for JH1 and has a GJPI of +133 following the April genetic evaluations. “Glide’s” fourth dam is Huestis Brook Gail, Excellent-91%, whom Chittenden purchased as a baby calf from the Fantastic 50s Sale in 1993. “Gail” placed in the AJCA Leading Living Lifetime Production Contest from 2004-2006 and had lifetime credits of 233,233 lbs. milk, 12,436 lbs. fat and 9,084 lbs. protein in 3,978 days and 10 lactations. A newcomer to the rankings, Maisey Wells of Leicester, N.C., places third with her entry, Deerview Rubex Susan. The daughter of Deerview Rubex-ET, GJPI +69, produced a first lactation with a dollar value of $4,588.51 and an m.e. of 27,901–1,196–949. Actual production is (continued to page 38)

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Rankings in the 2013 Pot O’Gold Production Contest Name Animal Address Consignor

MCP Dollar Value

Cash Prize

$4,689.45

$4,550.22

Wyatt Taylor GR Tenn Gannon HDD Maid 5,800 4,411.87 Hilmar, Calif. University of Tennessee Dairy Research and Education Center, Lewisburg, Tenn.

2,907.09

Caitlin Avila Hilmar Benefactor 25471 Dalhart, Texas Charles Ahlem, Hilmar, Calif.

Tyler C. Kirchdoerfer Tollenaar Blaise 6360 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Tollenaar Jerseys, Elk Grove, Calif.

Purchase Price

$3,600

3,000

4,364.50

2,022.32

10,750

4,118.61

1,643.14

McCalister Russell Jenks Louie Talia Hilmar, Calif. William (Jim) H. Jenks, Marathon, Wis.

5,300

3,909.10

1,516.74

Kathryn Merriam Hickman, Calif.

5,000

3,881.67

1,390.35

Korri Ann Briggs JJF Blackstone Jenny Campbellsville, Ky. Kristen Jordan, Moweaqua, Ill.

4,100

3,879.98

1,263.95

Nick Blackburn Ohio TBone Action 4498 Galloway, Ohio Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

3,500

3,868.93

1,137.56

Kaci Kokoski GR Avi-Lanche Gannon Lilac 21603 Hadley, Mass. Richard and Jennifer Avila, Dalhart, Texas

3,000

3,848.93

1,011.16

Sydney Endres CDF Carrier Rasmus M28639 Lodi, Wis. C & S Livestock, Hilmar, Calif.

3,100

3,826.11

1,011.16

Mitchell Endres JCJ Lucius 20460 Lodi, Wis. James Ahlem, Hilmar, Calif.

3,000

3,752.84

758.37

Jonas Tate Golden Dream Vermeer Bermuda Hilmar, Calif. Nathan and Abby Cline, Decorah, Iowa

5,500

3,738.39

758.37

Colin R. Russell GR Berrys Gannon Medley Linda Sue-ET Hilmar, Calif. Berry College, Mount Berry, Ga.

5,000

3,700.77

758.37

Grant Fremstad GR Oomsdale Triumph Gracey Genelle-ET Westby, Wis. Michael Arend Ooms, Valatie, N.Y.

3,600

3,695.32

631.98

Tommy Allen Woodstock Action Lola Reedsburg, Wis. Woodstock Dairy, Beaver, Ore.

7,500

3,656.06

631.98

Brock Tate Kilgus TBone Karen-ET Hilmar, Calif. Kilgus Dairy, Fairbury, Ill.

8,500

3,622.16

631.98

Daniel J. Costa Turlock, Calif.

2,700

3,583.23

505.58

Layne Bachelor Pearlmont Action Do Gumdrop Orland, Ind. Daniel Pearl, Barnet, Vt.

4,250

3,440.73

505.58

Katie Berlew Fat Catz Dell Juicy Angola, Ind. Fat Catz, Chester, S.C.

5,500

3,382.95

505.58

Kyle M. Schirm Multi-Rose Louie 3564 West Salem, Ohio Dana L. Metzger, Rock Rapids, Iowa

3,300

3,362.87

379.19

Sammy Allen Reedsburg, Wis.

5,750

2,918.36

379.19

4,800

2,506.34

379.19

Sidney J. Avila Lyon Impuls Eternity Dalhart, Texas Lyon Jerseys, Toledo, Iowa

GR Avon Road Gannon Pam Alison Strandberg, Alma Center, Wis.

Summetz Sulton Samira Soraya-ET Summit Farm Inc., Lester, Iowa

Valsigna Celebrity 14831 Wickstrom Dairies LP, Hilmar, Calif.

Kaitlyn Depew GR Dupat Gannon 7127 Springfield, Pa. Wickstrom Jersey Farms Inc., Hilmar, Calif.

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21,577 lbs. milk, 955 lbs. fat and 743 lbs. protein. Wells topped the North Carolina Youth Production Contest and the North Carolina Pot of Gold Contest this year with “Susan” as well. She purchased her from Charles Wayne Lutz, Mocksville, N.C., in the state’s Pot of Gold sale in 2010. A herdmate to “Glide” at Dutch Hollow Farm ranks fourth in the division for younger cows. Dutch Hollow TBone Alex, Page 38

owned by Maxwell S. Chittenden, has a record with a dollar value of $4,549.47 and an m.e. of 23,840–1,329–877. The component queen is sired by Richies Jace TBone A364, GJPI +128. She is appraised Very Good-83% and has actual production credits of 19,930 lbs. milk, 1,047 lbs. fat and 719 lbs. protein (3x milking) for the 1-10 record. Like his cousin Cassie, Maxwell has fared well in youth production competitions. Four of the past five years he has ranked among the top 10 in the National

Jersey Youth Production Contest with homebred entries, including Dutch Hollow Jacinto Anna, Very Good-85%, who placed fifth in Division I of the contest in 2010 and is the dam of “Alex.” She has four lactations and a best record of 20,460 lbs. milk, 1,136 lbs. fat and 828 lbs. protein at 4-10. An Ohio junior well-known in the show arena, Jody Williams of McConnelsville, rounds out the top five placings in Division I of the production contest with her entry, Shipley Impuls Vanity 1111. The Very (continued to page 40)

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Winners of the Pot O’Gold Production Contest Year Name Owner 2013 Tollenaar Blaise 6360 Tyler C. Kirchdoerfer, Cape Girardeau, Mo. 2012 Kilgus Finalist Gem-ET Michael R. Kortus, Lynden, Wash. 2011 Rocha Iatola Whistle-ET Kaila Wussow, Cecil, Wis. 2010 Havs Iatola Topaz Michael R. Kortus, Lynden, Wash. 2009 MVF Kulp Brazo Shannon Dylan Ellenburg, Morristown, Tenn. 2008 Ahlem Jace Charm 15069-ET Kaila Wussow, Cecil, Wis. 2007 Al-Top Hallmark Spirit 320 Wendy Marie Bok, Defiance, Ohio 2006 Lynvail Barkly Trista-ET Wendy Marie Bok, Defiance, Ohio 2005 Long Distance Rogue Daisy-ET Joshua Parks, Morristown, Tenn. 2004 Yosemite Jerrick Khan A8409 Wendy Marie Bok, Defiance, Ohio 2003 Schirm Berretta Lindy Wendy Marie Bok, Defiance, Ohio 2002 DLM Barber Delight Wendy Marie Bok, Defiance, Ohio 2001 Ahlem MBSB Lilac 7107-ET Andrew M. Bok, Defiance, Ohio 2000 Rebob Barber Hurrah D. J. Josi, Tillamook, Ore. 1999 Berrettas Linette Wendy Marie Bok, Defiance, Ohio 1998 Pine Valley Glenwood B Vera Andrew Bok, Defiance, Ohio 1997 LJF2 SB Berretta Haley Samantha Jo Barmore, Smithfield, Ky. 1996 Sooner Doll of Summer Hope Wendy Bok, Defiance, Ohio 1995 Rock Maple BV Maria Timothea-ET Jeanesse Rodeffer, Snohomish, Wash. 1994 Mar Kut Sooner 920 George W. Hanford II, Marcellus, N.Y. 1993 Praldo Reliant Dun Plum Kathryn Hanford, Marcellus, N.Y. 1992 Sun Valley Sooner Sunday Martin Watson, Troy, Pa. 1991 Petersen Pal Penelope David Seals, Myrtle Point, Ore. 1990 Duncan Brave PR Dee Tom Seals, Myrtle Point, Ore. 1989 Greenwood Chief Glad Tidings Herby D. Lutz, Chester, S.C. 1988 Mills Brass Baronet Happy Lori Orisio, Woodburn, Ore. 1987 Willaval MO Leta Beka Rood, Deming, Wash. 1986 Berrys Magic Christmas David Seals, Myrtle Point, Ore. 1985 Sun Valley Midnight Sweetheart Raymond Orisio Jr., Woodburn, Ore. 1984 Magic Jody Kelly Young, Yellow Springs, Ohio 1983 Generators Chic Freddy Schlei, Hopkinsville, Ky. 1982 Midnight Comedy Heather Dawn Acomb, Stafford, N.Y. 1981 Ogston Generator Breeze Crystal M. Acomb, Stafford, N.Y. 1980 Ogston Generator Bebe Crystal M. Acomb, Stafford, N.Y. 1979 Surville Farmers Love Bruce C. Rhein, Pine Grove, Pa. 1978 TK F.B. Wilma Heather Dawn Acomb, Stafford, N.Y. 1977 Zev of Ogstons Dani Cynthia Waltemyer, Collegeville, Pa. 1976 Generators Valencia of Ogston Heather Dawn Acomb, Stafford, N.Y. 1975 Ideal Surville Princess Ann Cathryn J. Cross, Cedar Falls, Iowa 1974 Generators Faustine of Ogston Heather Dawn Acomb, Stafford, N.Y. 1973 Raintree Sleeping Janice Gordon C. Barlass, Janesville, Wis. 1972 Don Head Linesman Gladys Richard Bourne, Old Lyme, Conn. 1971 Sleeping Star Joyce Lyle Hanschu, Ramona, Kan. 1970 Ettas Master Babe Gordon C. Barlass, Janesville, Wis.

Purchase Price $3,600

Award Received $4,550.22

% Award of Purchase Price 127%

$2,600

$2,408.22

93%

3,000

3,231.36

108%

4,000

4,007.07

100%

2,800

2,215.01

79%

5,750

2,933.01

51%

3,000

3,439.44

115%

3,100

3,075.30

99%

2,150

3,665.63

170%

3,150

3,278.88

104%

3,700

4,946.55

134%

2,900

3,514.75

121%

3,200

2,853.62

89%

2,600

2,368.10

91%

1,800

2,415.70

134%

2,600

2,427.60

93%

2,400

2,237.20

93%

2,300

2,344.42

102%

1,750

2,113.44

121%

3,000

2,501.38

83%

2,300

2,227.68

97%

2,600

2,784.60

107%

1,900

2,058.70

108%

2,250

2,320.50

103%

2,400

1,556.52

65%

1,350

1,461.32

108%

1,650

1,958.74

119%

1,250

1,613.64

129%

650

1,713.60

265%

3,800

3,468.40

91%

4,100

3,832.13

93%

2,200

3,203.06

146%

2,500

2,940.00

118%

2,500

2,568.00

103%

1,850

2,437.50

132%

1,500

1,968.75

131%

1,200

1,840.62

153%

1,100

1,781.25

162%

1,000

1,503.13

150%

950

1,034.38

109%

975

1,278.75

131%

1,250

1,269.75

102%

675

1,050.00

156%

1,050

1,155.00

110% (continued to page 43)

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Good-88% daughter of ISDK Q Impuls, GJPI +169, produced a first lactation with a dollar value of $4,481.97 and an m.e. of 23,840–1,359–817. Actual production for the 2-1 record is 19,300 lbs. milk, 1,274 lbs. fat and 649 lbs. protein, with a 6.6% butterfat test. She has a GJPI of +132 and is +1.9 for Productive Life and +1.4 for Type. Jody purchased “Vanity” in partnership with her sister, Erin, at the Buckeye Classic Sale in 2010 as a bred heifer from AJCA Young Jersey Breeder, Stacey Atherton, Newark, Ohio. The sisters have capitalized on the $2,200 purchase. “Vanity” has 10 registered progeny—all have been genotyped. Included in this group is the heifer calf she carried at purchase, Shipley Louie Louise, who sold to Buster Goff, Hobbs, N.M., in The All American Jersey Sale in 2011 for $5,500. The sisters have sold three other embryo transfer daughters by Heartland Merchant Topeka-ET, GJPI +201, including Topeka Sunset-ET, the high seller of this year’s Buckeye Classic Sale this year, who was purchased by Stacey Atherton for $3,250. Four of “Vanity’s” daughters and two sons remain at the family farm, Williams Jerseys in McConnelsville. A pair of Pot O’Gold purchases place first and second in Division II of the National Jersey Youth Production Contest. High Lawn Artis Ginger Ale, owned by McCalister Russell, Hilmar, Calif., tops the division for older cows with a record with a dollar value of $4,393.24 and an m.e. of 25,806–1,157–912. She freshened with her third calf at 3-8 in July 2011 and gave more than 90 lbs. milk for her first five tests, peaking at 101 lbs. milk in November. Actual production for the record is 24,780 lbs. milk, 1,076 lbs. fat and 862 lbs. protein (3x milking) in 288 days. The Very Good82% daughter of ISDK JAS Artist, GJPI +155, has a GJPI of +132 and GPTAs of +1,273M, +41F and +32P and is +2.2 for Productive Life. The milk wagon calved again in July 2012 and peaked with 106 lbs. milk in August. She completed a 4-7 record of 23,800 lbs. milk, 1,200 lbs. fat and 820 lbs. protein. Russell won the California youth production contest this year as well with “Ginger Ale.” She purchased her from High Lawn Farm, Lee, Mass., in the Pot O’Gold Sale in 2008. GR Clemson Dale 783 907, owned by Nathan Lawton, Newark Valley, N.Y., returns to the top placings in the National Jersey Youth Production Contest for the second consecutive year ranked second among older cows. She has a 2-10 record with a dollar value of $4,384.76 and an m.e. (continued to page 43)

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of 24,127–1,261–845. Actual production stands at 22,170 lbs. milk, 1,164 lbs. fat and 770 lbs. protein. The Very Good-85% “PR Dale” daughter has a JPI of +132 and is +2.4 for Productive Life. She freshened with her third calf in mid-February and gave 122 lbs., 95 lbs. and 112 lbs. milk on her March, April and May tests, respectively. She has a projected actual record of 25,803 lbs. milk, 1,338 lbs. fat and 813 lbs. protein. Last year, she placed second in the Pot O’Gold Production Contest and third in Division I of the National Jersey Youth Production Contest. This is the third consecutive year Lawton has placed in the youth production contest. He placed sixth in Division I of the 2009 contest with Lawtons Rocket Esther and then topped the division for younger cows a year later with her maternal sister, Lawtons Dawson Elizabeth. Their dam, High Lawn Rueben Esmerelda, was his purchase from the New York Pot of Gold Sale in 2005. She placed fifth in Division I of the National Jersey Youth Production Contest in 2007 and won the ensuing New York Pot of Gold Production Contest in 2008. A herdmate to “Ginger Ale” at Yosemite Jerseys in Hilmar, Calif., earned third place in the division for older cows. Yosemite Jevon Echo J7014, bred and owned by Lars William Russell, produced a record with a dollar value of $4,373.44 and an m.e. of 22,977–1,254–862. The Excellent-90% daughter of Forest Glen Meccas Jevon-ET, GJPI +110, produced an actual record of 19,890 lbs. milk, 1,079 lbs. fat and 741 lbs. protein (3x milking) in 277 days in her second lactation. A model of Jersey efficiency and profitability, she is two months shy of her fifth birthday and has calved four times. In her third lactation, she produced a record of 20,970 lbs. milk, 1,228 lbs. fat and 791 lbs. protein, with a butterfat test of 5.9% and a protein test of 3.8%. She freshened with her fourth calf in late June, gave 80 lbs. milk on her July test and has an actual projected record of 19,847 lbs. milk, 996 lbs. fat and 721 lbs. protein. “Echo J7014” comes by way of her efficiency naturally as her dam, an Excellent-90% daughter of Jenks All American Echo, GJPI -1, will freshen with her sixth calf before she turns seven-years-old and made 24,250 lbs. milk, 1,333 lbs. fat and 918 lbs. protein in her fifth lactation. Lars purchased her from Wickstrom Dairies LP, Hilmar, Calif., as an open yearling in 2007. Texas junior Gerret Boer of Dalhart places fourth in Division II of the production contest with his entry, Rebel 4698 of Bar september 2013

Winners of the National Youth Production Contest (continued from page 36)

Year Name Owner

ME Milk

ME ME Value Fat Protein Basis

1968 Headspring Blonde Ban 18,310 955 2,705 Boyd H. Parr, Newberry, S.C. Total Solids 1967 Favorite Whispering Willow Dawn 18,943 906 2,702 David Murray, Healdsburg, Calif. Total Solids 1966 Headspring AM Faith 17,369 822 2,456 Mary B. Parr, Newberry, S.C. Total Solids 1965 Noble Leader Maybelle 15,576 696 2,163 Billie Jean Bowden, Everton, Ark. Total Solids 1964 Regent Bond Eminent Lu 18,760 945 2,724 Jana Dee Rodeffer, Mooreland, Ind. Total Solids 1963 Beacons Bright Frances Beauty 17,451 927 2,600 John M. Diley, Canal Winchester, Ohio Total Solids 1962 Basil Johnnys Eva Souvenir 20,209 1,065 3,011 William H. Diley Jr., Canal Winchester, Ohio Total Solids 1961 O Johnny Os Toreador Commander 17,418 905 2,573 Neal E. Diley, Canal Winchester, Ohio Total Solids 1960 Williams View Star Mabel 17,504 828 2,475 Connie L. Ivy, Quitman, Miss. Total Solids 1959 Brampton Jester Blonde Ruby 16,219 989 2,580 Michael Lee Maples, Nixa, Mo. Total Solids 1958 Johnny Os Lady (Milk) 15,398 798 (actual shown) John M. Diley, Canal Winchester, Ohio ME Milk Victory Royal Gloria (Fat) 10,928 980 (actual shown) Nim Rodney Mote, Greenwood, Texas ME Fat 1957 O Johnny Os Toreander Design (Milk) 14,337 673 Neal E. Diley, Canal Winchester, Ohio ME Milk Jester Mary Bessie (Fat) 12,126 675 Lois Ann Spahr, Findley, Ohio ME Fat

Winners of the Pot O’Gold Production Contest (continued from page 40)

Year Name Purchase Owner Price 1969 Marlu Stylist Milestone Lady 1,075 Randall Steinhausen, Lincoln, Neb. 1968 Favorite Whispering Willow Dawn 525 David Murray, Healdsburg, Calif. 1967 Sunbeam Nora Victory 525 Donna Merrell, Alstead, N.H. 1966 Ettas Milestone Queen Grace 800 John Paul Estes, Clever, Mo. 1965 Ambassador Custom Angelina 500 Diann Spike, Owosso, Mich. 1964 Polymeadows Liberator Millie 600 Dwayne Disney, Portales, N.M. 1963 Marlu Milestone Nan 675 Merle E. Miller Jr., Carlisle, Pa. 1962 Ambassador Premier Pet 625 Tommy Spike, Owosso, Mich. 1961 Sir Sparkling Vic 625 Dwayne Disney, Portales, N.M.

MB. The Very Good-83% daughter of O.F. Mannix Rebel-ET, GJPI +92, produced a record with a dollar value of $4,351.05 and an m.e. of 27,384–1,107–909. Actual production for the 3-2 record is 23,150 lbs. milk, 974 lbs. fat and 777 lbs. protein in 283 days. The junior, who attended the recent Jersey Youth Academy in July, has also increased the equity of his herd with “Bar MB” as she has calved twice—both times with heifer calves. Rounding out the top five rankings in the division for older cows is a veteran to the competition, Colin R. Russell. He places in the contest again this year with his homebred entry, Yosemite Noah Jace J5328. The daughter of Gabys Paramount Noah-ET, GJPI +106, produced a record with a dollar value of $4,280.05 and an m.e. of 22,277–1,159–904. Actual production for the 3-1 record is 23,300 lbs. milk, 1,175

Award Received 1,173.75

% Award of PurchasePrice 109%

915.00

174%

982.50

187%

720.00

90%

603.75

121%

881.25

147%

1,038.75

154%

810.00

130%

1,437.50

230%

lbs. fat and 930 lbs. protein (3x milking), with component tests of 5.0% fat and 4.0% protein. She calved again in late June 2012 and peaked with 95 lbs. milk on her September test. She would up with an actual 305-day record of 21,570 lbs. milk, 1,402 lbs. fat and 835 lbs. protein. Colin purchased her dam, Jace Gabrielle, Very Good-84%, from the Cedarcrest Sale III in 2004. She just left the herd two months shy of her 10th birthday and completed seven lactations in all—four of them over 20,000 lbs. milk. Colin, the older brother to McCalister and Lars, was a member of the second Jersey Youth Academy in 2011 and placed 10th in the 2012 National Jersey Youth Achievement Contest. He has placed in the National Jersey Youth Production Contest three other times and also placed in the Pot (continued to page 44)

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O’Gold Production Contest twice. Other juniors who will be recognized for placing in Division I of the National Jersey Youth Production Contest are: Leeann Rose King, Creston, Ohio; Ashley Derr, Linden, Pa.; Emily Jane Chittenden, Schodack Landing, N.Y.; Brandon Russell King, Creston, Ohio; Tricia Jo Kirchdoerfer, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Other juniors who will be honored for placing in Division II are: Ryan Lawton, Newark Valley, N.Y.; Katelyn Nolt, Canton, Pa.; Korri Briggs, Campbellsville, Ky.; Daisy A. Gardner, Jefferson, Md.; and Stephanie D. Woods, Beaver, Ore. Pot O’Gold Production Contest Since its inception in 1958, the Pot O’Gold Sale has offered youth between the ages of seven and 20 the opportunity to purchase genetically-superior heifers from top herds across the country. A percentage of the sale gross (varying from 7-25% over the years) is set aside in a fund and held for three years to provide cash awards for the juniors whose heifers complete the highest records for dollar value. In 2010, the Pot O’Gold program offered 31 heifers to juniors in the Pot O’Gold Sale in Louisville, Ky. From the sale of those heifers, $25,279 was set aside in the fund to pay out this year. It will be distributed as

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follows: first prize, 18%; second, 11.5%; third, 8%; fourth, 6.5%; fifth, 6%; sixth, 5.5%; seventh, 5%; eighth, 4.5%; ninth and 10th, 4%; 11th-13th, 3%; 14th-16th, 2.5% each; 17th-19th, 2.0%; and 20th-22nd, 1.5%. To qualify for competition in the Pot O’Gold Production Contest, heifers must calve before they reach 30 months-of-age, be tested in a DHI herd owned by the purchaser or his or her parents, and have a Data Collection Rating (DCR) of 90 or higher. Loss, death or transfer of ownership of any purchase before the record is complete eliminates the heifer from competition. This year, 24 of the 31 entries met the qualifications to compete in the 2013 edition of the contest. The average m.e. production on these entries is 21,035– 1,032–778 and the average dollar value is $3,616.53. As mentioned previously, the winner of the 2013 Pot O’Gold Production Contest is Tyler Kirchdoerfer. His entry, Tollenaar Blaise 6360, produced a first lactation with a dollar value of $4,689.45. He will receive a check in the amount of $4,550.22. Wyatt Taylor of Hilmar, Calif., places second in the contest with GR Tenn Gannon HDD Maid. The Very Good-86% “PR Dale” daughter produced a record with a dollar value of $4,411.87 and an m.e. of 27,848–1,099–918. Actual production for the 1-9 record is 20,240 lbs. milk, 827 lbs.

fat and 672 lbs. protein. “Maid” calved again in September 2012 and has an m.e. of 21,691–981–756 on her second lactation. She has a GJPI of +164 and GPTAs of +1,431M, +66F and +43P. Taylor has placed in the Pot O’Gold Production Contest the past two years as well. This year, he will receive a check in the amount of $2,907.09 for his winnings with “Maid.” “Maid” was bred and consigned by the University of Tennessee Dairy Research & Education Center, Lewisburg, Tenn. Sisters from Avi-Lanche Jerseys in Dalhart, Texas, and cousins to Wyatt Taylor, rank third and fourth in the 2013 Pot O’Gold Production Contest. Caitlin Avila places third with her entry, Hilmar Benefactor 25471. She produced a first lactation with a dollar value of $4,364.50. The Very Good-84% daughter of Sunset Canyon Benefactor-ET, GJPI +162, made 18,460 lbs. milk, 828 lbs. fat and 633 lbs. protein at 1-10. Though she is no longer in the herd, she leaves behind a daughter by Schultz Legal Critic-P, GJPI +190, who tested free for JH1 and has a GJPI of +175. Like her cousin, Caitlin has earned cash prizes in the Pot O’Gold Production Contest several times, placing as high as second in the 2009 contest with EF Abe Guacomole. This year, she will receive a check for (continued to page 46)

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$2,022.32. “Benefactor 25471” was bred and consigned by Charles Ahlem, Hilmar, Calif. Sidney J. Avila ranks fourth with Lyon Impuls Eternity, the heifer with the highest GJPI on sale day and the high seller of the event in 2010. “Eternity” produced a record with a dollar value of $4,118.61. The Very Good-86% daughter of ISDK Q Impuls, GJPI +169, produced a first lactation of 16,600 lbs. milk, 889 lbs. fat and 627 lbs. protein in 277 days at 2-3, with an m.e. of 21,131–1,131–813. She has a GJPI of +147 and previously ranked among the top 1.5% of cows in the nation for the index. “Eternity” freshened with her second calf in January and is a consistent producer, peaking with 89 lbs. milk in May and still giving 72 lbs. milk in July. She is projected to make an actual record of 21,983 lbs. milk, 1,191 lbs. fat and 845 lbs. protein. She has six registered progeny, including two sons and two daughters by Schultz Rescue Headline, GJPI +136. Sidney will receive a cash prize of $1,643.14. “Eternity” was bred and consigned by Lyon Jerseys, Toledo, Iowa. Rounding out the top five placings in the 2013 Pot O’Gold Production Contest

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is McCalister Russell with her entry, Jenks Louie Talia. The Very Good-81% daughter of BHF-SSF Parade Louie-ET, GJPI +86, made a 1-8 record with a dollar value of $3,909.10 and an m.e. of 23,413–1,028– 814. Actual production on the record is 19,350 lbs. milk, 856 lbs. fat and 666 lbs. protein. McCalister will receive a check for $1,516.74. “Talia” was bred and consigned by William “Jim” H. Jenks, Marathon, Wis. Other juniors who will be recognized for placing in the 2013 Pot O’Gold Production Contest are: Kathryn Merriam, Hickman, Calif.; Korri Ann Briggs; Nick Blackburn, Galloway, Ohio; Kaci Kokoski, Hadley, Mass.; Sydney Endres, Lodi, Wis.; Mitchell Endres, Lodi, Wis.; Jonas Tate, Hilmar, Calif.; Colin Russell; Grant Fremstad, Westby, Wis.; Tommy Allen, Reedsburg, Wis.; Brock Tate, Hilmar, Calif.; Daniel J. Costa, Turlock, Calif.; Layne Bachelor, Orland, Ind.; Katie Berlew, Angola, Ind.; Kyle M. Schirm, West Salem, Ohio; Sammy Allen, Reedsburg, Wis.; and Kaitlyn Depew, Springfield, Pa. The 56th Pot O’Gold Sale is scheduled for November 9, 2013, in Louisville. The animals purchased from this sale will compete in the 2016 Pot O’Gold Production Contest.

Washington State Junior Jersey Show

Sunset Canyon Sultan T Anthem-ET was named Grand Champion for Shelby Brown, Custer, at the Washington State Junior Jersey Show on July 17-18, 2013. Family Hill Illusion Anthem, shown by Madison Lancaster, Ferndale, was named Reserve Grand Champion. Don Chalack, Innisfail, Alb., judged the 31 Registered Jerseys shown in Lynden, Wash. Class Winners

Junior heifer calf (2 shown) Claquato Colton Lollipop, Kinley Young, Chehalis Senior heifer calf (10 shown) Claquato Verbatim Fizz-ET, (S: Arethusa Verbatim Response-ET, D: Family Hill G Faith Flirt) Lauryn Young, Chehalis, jr. champ. Summer yearling heifer (4 shown) Sweet Peas Verbatum Jamie, Lauryn Young Junior yearling heifer (1 shown) Family Hill Eclipes Lilly, Sarah Lagerway, Bellingham Intermediate yearling heifer (3 shown) Royalty Ridge HG Felicity-ET (S: SV Jade Hired Gun-ET, D: Family Hill SD Favorite), Lauryn Young, res. jr. champ. Milking yearling (1 shown) Rocha Jevon Maggie, Helena Vanness, Duvall Junior 2-yr.-old cow (2 shown) Lucky Ones Comerica Lucky Charm, Madison Lancaster, Ferndale Senior 2-yr.-old cow (3 shown) Vanderhaak Headline Mandy, Austin Vanderhaak, Lynden Senior 3-yr.-old cow (2 shown) Family Hill G Faith Flirt, Lauryn Young 4-yr.-old cow (1 shown) Family Hill Coalition Daystar, Per Wolfisberg, Everson Aged Cow (2 shown) 1. Sunset Canyon Sultan T Anthem-ET (S: SHF Centurion Sultan, D: Sunset Canyon Thunder Anthem 3-ET), Shelby Brown, Custer, sr. and gr. champ. 2. Family Hill Illusion Anthem (S: Susnet Canyon Anth Illusion-ET, D: Cottonwood Remake Angelina), Madison Lancaster, res. sr. and res. gr. champ.

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Seven Students to Receive $13,000 in Scholarships

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even Jersey youth continuing their educations in agricultural business management, animal science, dairy science and food science will receive scholarships totaling $13,000 from the American Jersey Cattle Association (AJCA). Youth will receive their awards on November 9, 2013, at the Junior Banquet, which concludes the events of Junior Day at The All American Jersey Show in Louisville, Ky. The seven recipients are pursuing higher education at universities and colleges in four states—Mississippi, North Carolina, Oregon and Wisconsin. This year, 37 students applied for scholarships from the AJCA. Youth can apply for as many scholarships as they are eligible to compete for. Support for the AJCA scholarship program comes from eight different funds managed in perpetuity by the AJCA. In order to make available larger scholarship amounts, Jersey breeders can contribute to the funds at any time by contacting the AJCA at 614/322-4456. Russell Memorial Scholarships Two scholarships are given to commemorate the late William A. Russell’s lifetime of experience and service to the Jersey breed. The first scholarship, the William A. Russell Memorial Scholarship, was established in his name in 1977 and is designated for students who have completed high school and are beginning their university studies. The second scholarship was established in 2005 for students seeking degrees in dairy science, animal science, large animal veterinary practice, dairy production or manufacturing, or dairy product marketing and have completed at least half of their coursework for completion of a degree. In November 2006, the scholarship was renamed the Russell-Malnati Scholarship for Advanced Studies to honor another long-time supporter of the national Jersey scholarship programs—the late J. J. “Doc” Malnati of Bush River Jerseys, Newberry, S.C. In only its eighth year of establishment, the scholarship has the distinction of being the largest scholarship offered by the AJCA.

Russell-Malnati Scholarship for Advanced Studies Morgan Cecelia Randall, Soldiers Grove, Wis., is the recipient of the $5,000 scholarship for advanced studies. The daughter of

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Robert and Marla Randall is a junior at the University of Wisconsin (UW)-River Falls with a major in animal science and a minor in chemistry. After graduation, she plans to enroll in a veterinary school to pursue her dreams of becoming a large animal veterinarian. Morgan grew up on a 20-cow Registered Jersey dairy farm operated her family. She has been active in Jersey youth programs for 14 years and attended the recent Jersey Youth Academy in July. It was her concern for the wellbeing of the Jersey Randall cow that prompted Morgan to change her career path several years ago and pursue a career in veterinary medicine rather than the horticulture industry, as she had initially planned. She realized her aspiration to care for farm animals outweighed all other ambitions. As a child, she recalled, she was always eager to watch procedures and ask questions whenever the vet was called to the farm. The responsibility and sense of accomplishment that came from caring for her own cattle nurtured a desire to tend to the health of the dairy cow as a lifelong endeavor. Morgan works alongside her family in operating the dairy. When she is home from school and during the summer, she milks mornings and evenings, cleans the barn, feeds calves and is responsible for the milking cow ration. She also helps with haying and other field work. One of Morgan’s favorite youth activities is showing, which she has done since she was six-years-old. She has exhibited cattle and the county, parish and state levels and will participate in the Wisconsin State Fair as a junior for the last time in 2013. At the state fair last year, her peers selected her to be herdsperson for the county dairy team. In this capacity, she was responsible for developing and implementing protocol for cattle care and creating a work schedule for exhibitors at the fair. She served her local 4-H club as president for two years and secretary three years. She is a member of the dairy club and pre-vet club at UW-River Falls and

also is the College of Agriculture Food and Environmental Sciences representative in the Horticulture Society. Through her involvement with these clubs, Morgan has volunteered at a therapeutic riding center and participated in equine necropsies. This past summer, she was an animal health consultant intern at Nelson AgriCenter in Viroqua, Wis. Morgan received scholarships from Dairy Farmers of America and the Wisconsin State Grange. She also received a Pre-Vet Star Scholarship from the UWRiver Falls and was an academic excellence scholar at the university from 2011-2012. In high school, she was president and secretary of the student council, treasurer of the National Honor Society and an active member of the mentoring group People Actively Linked with Students. She was a member of the jazz and pep bands, sang in the chorus and graduated as class valedictorian. William A. Russell Memorial Scholarship Jessica Nicole Smith, Picayune, Miss., has been named winner of the $1,250 scholarship. The daughter of Mark and Debbie Smith is a freshman at Pearl River Community College. After she earns credits in core academic classes, she plans to attend Mississippi State Smith University and major in agriculture business and minor in broadcasting journalism. She and her family operate Triple S Farms, a small Jersey and beef operation which has been in the family for more than six decades. Jessica is the fourth generation to operate the farm in the southern part of the state near the Gulf of Mexico and the Louisiana border. Jessica is the reigning National Jersey Queen and attended the recent Jersey Youth Academy. She placed fifth in intermediate showmanship at The All American Junior Jersey Show in 2012. She was a member of the 4-H dairy judg(continued to page 50)

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ing team that placed second in state competition in 2011 and was high individual for reasons and placings in the contests held in 2012 and 2013. She competed in the state’s premier dairy exhibitor contest three times and was named premier beef exhibitor at the state level in 2010. She received the Mississippi Outstanding 4-H Jersey Girl award three consecutive years beginning in 2009 and was twice named the Mississippi Dairy Cattle Sweetheart. Jessica attended the National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, Ga., in 2011 and the National 4-H Conference in Washington D.C. two years later. She has been vice president of the Mississippi State 4-H Council and was named Outstanding Pearl River County Junior 4-H Member in 2009. She served her local FFA chapter as president three years and earned the state FFA Degree and the Star Farmer award in 2013. She was the talent winner at the state level three years and topped the dairy handler contest in 2013. She recently received a national FFA scholarship from John Deere and was selected to compete in the national FFA talent contest held at the National FFA Convention in Louisville, Ky., this fall. Jessica was named Distinguished Young Woman of Pearl County in 2013 in part because her agriculture background set her apart from the other contestants. In 2012, she placed among the top four in the national anthem singing contest sponsored by FMC Agricultural Products. In high school, she was president of the student council, editor of the yearbook and chaplain of the show choir. She belonged to the Future Business Leaders of America, the National Honor Society and the National BETA Club. She earned the school’s citizenship and leadership awards. Jessica has taken every opportunity presented to her to be a positive spokesperson for the industry and would like to eventually work in rural television or another occupation that allows her to be an ambassador for the agriculture industry. Long term, plans to continue to grow her herd of cattle and give her children opportunity to experience agriculture in the same way she has. Jack C. Nisbet Scholarship The Jack C. Nisbet Memorial Scholarship fund was created in 1965 to honor the AJCA’s seventh Executive Secretary, whom served the organization from 19431947. All nominees for the National Jersey Youth Achievement Contest are eligible for consideration in the year in which they compete in the youth contest. Page 50

The Nisbet Scholarship of $1,500 will be presented to Janelle Renee Remington, Juneau, Wis. The daughter of Richard and Gail Remington is a freshman at UWMadison majoring in dairy science. She placed eighth in the 2012 National Jersey Youth Achievement Contest and attended the third Jersey Youth Academy. Janelle’s herd of Rem Rock Jerseys numbers 22 head. Remington Heifers are raised at the home farm; cows are milked and housed at a neighboring dairy farm. She started showing her calves when she was five years old and took over their daily care when she turned seven. Today she is responsible for feeding, vaccinations and other veterinary care, registrations, breedings and merchandising. She recently initiated an embryo transfer program to improve the genetics of her herd. Janelle helps with calf chores at the dairy where her cows are housed and does relief milking for another dairy. Janelle has been active in Jersey youth activities for 13 years. She has exhibited her own cattle at local, state and national shows and also helped other Jersey breeders with their show strings. At the All American Junior Jersey Show in 2012, she showed the All American Senior Heifer Calf, Gil-Bar RM Coffee, and the second-place junior yearling heifer, Kyles Louie Moonlight. She won senior showmanship at World Dairy Expo in 2011. She has been a member of the county dairy judging team since fourth grade. She was high individual of the 4-H dairy judging contest at the Pennsylvania AllAmerican Dairy Show in 2011 and a member of the team that topped the FFA contest at World Dairy Expo the same year. Janelle has served her local FFA chapter as president and vice president and is a leader for the Richwood Rangers 4-H Club and the Dodge County 4-H Dairy Club. Through 4-H and FFA, she created a traveling dairy program for schools that includes questions and answers, trivia, prizes, dairy products and live animals. The program is rewarding to Janelle because the young consumers retain much of the information she gives and enjoy the opportunity to pet the calves. Janelle was given the James W. Crowley Dairy Leadership Award in 2012 and earned her varsity letter from the U.S. Equestrian Federation four times. She received the Neil and Diane Jorgensen Scholarship from the College of Agricul-

ture and Life Sciences at UW-Madison and the Competitive Edge Scholarship from the Association of Women in Agriculture and also earned scholarships from the Watertown Agri-Business Club, the Wisconsin State Horse Council, United Cooperative and United Grain Producers. After she receives her undergraduate degree, Janelle plans to pursue a degree in either veterinary or chiropractic medicine and become an animal chiropractor. She recently completed a course in joint yoga that is used on people and animals. She enjoys the hands-on process with animals and used her skills on her Jerseys, horses and an aged dog to improve their ability to walk and move more freely. V. L. Peterson Scholarship The fund commemorating “Vic” Peterson, the dean of Jersey area representatives, was established in 1972. The scholarship is available to students who have completed at least one year of college. This year, the $1,250 scholarship will be awarded to Jacob Thomas Leum, Viroqua, Wis. The son of Tom and Donna Leum is a sophomore at UWPlatteville majoring in animal science with an emphasis on dairy. Leum established his herd nearly a decade ago with the purchase Leum of two heifer calves as youth projects. Today his herd numbers 38 head and has grown largely from internal growth. He is in charge of the breeding program at the family farm and performs all the inseminations. The money he saves by breeding his own cattle allows him to invest in better Jersey genetics. He is president of the Wisconsin Junior Jersey Breeders Association and the junior representative on the Wisconsin State Jersey Show Committee. He was named the Wisconsin Junior Jersey Breeder of the Year in 2013 and attended the recent Jersey Youth Academy in July. Jacob served his local FFA chapter as president and received the award for Outstanding Chapter Leader three times. He was given the Star Chapter Farmer Award and the DeKalb Agricultural Accomplishment Award and earned a gold award for his dairy entrepreneurship project at the state level. Twice he was named Westby High School Agricultural Student of the Year. He was selected to attend the 4-H Citizen Washington Focus in 2010 and received the organization’s James W. Crowley Dairy Leadership Award the following year. JERSEY JOURNAL


Jacob especially enjoys time spent in the show ring and mentoring young exhibitors. He exhibited a class winner at the Wisconsin Spring Spectacular Show five times—four times with homebred entries. He won showmanship at the Wisconsin State Show four times and earned the top prize in the FFA showmanship contest held at World Dairy Expo in 2011. He won the Dave Larson Memorial Showmanship Award at the Accelerated Genetics Dairy Cattle Judging Contest in 2012 and placed sixth overall in the dairy judging contest sponsored by Hoard’s Dairyman this year. He has led sessions at a fitting and showing clinic and makes his cattle available to non-agriculture youth who are interested in the participating in dairy youth projects and showing. At the state fair, he shows first-year exhibitors how to create a bedding pack, perform barn duties as a team and engage with the public to present the dairy industry in a positive light. The Wisconsin junior also serves his community through volunteer work. He is a frequent helper at church dinners, lends a hand with road-side clean-ups, makes Christmas cookie boxes for the elderly through the Salvation Army and assists with landscaping projects at the county fairgrounds. Jacob plans to continue with a career in

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the dairy industry after graduation, working in the A.I. industry or as a herd manager for a large dairy. Long term, he dreams of owning his own farm and continuing to develop his herd of Registered Jerseys. Paul Jackson Memorial Scholarship This fund was created in 1965 to honor Paul Jackson’s service to the Jersey breed, which s panned more than half a century. Those students who have completed at least one year of college are eligible for this award. The $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to Andrea Smaciarz Lynn Smaciarz of Corvallis, Ore. The daughter of Terry and Lana Smaciarz is a junior at Oregon State University (OSU) majoring in agricultural business management and animal science, with a dairy and poultry option. Andrea grew up on a 250-acre farm owned by her family. The dairy herd was exclusively Holstein until Andrea brought home a Registered Jersey calf at the age of 12 as payment from a Jersey breeder for showing his cattle at the Western National

Jersey Show. Andrea soon discovered that her Jerseys were able to compete with their black and white counterparts despite their smaller size and boosted the bottom line with higher components and greater efficiencies. Her Jersey herd has grown over the years and now numbers 20 head. On her home dairy, she is in charge of identification, calfhood vaccinations and record keeping. She also lends a hand cleaning the barns, feeding calves and milking cows. She helps in the fields, putting up hay and harvesting haylage and corn silage during the summer. Andrea has gained experience in the Jersey business helping with the show string at Rocha Jerseys in Tillamook and Lady-Lane Farms in Mulino during the summer. She also works at the OSU Dairy Center during school. The past two years, she has volunteered to fit animals for the Western Junior Jersey Spring Show. The Oregon junior was vice president of her local 4-H club and enjoyed being a mentor to younger members, helping them learn to give demonstrations, complete record books and fit and show dairy cattle. She was a member of the dairy bowl team that represented the state in national competition in 2010 and topped the state dairy judging contest the following year. She was (continued to page 52)

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selected to attend the National 4-H Dairy Conference. Andrea was secretary of her local FFA chapter and captain of the livestock judging team for three years. An activity that Andrea especially enjoys is showing. She is a regular exhibitor at local and state shows and the Western National Jersey Show. She showed the Reserve Grand Champion of the Western National Junior Jersey Show in 2006 and the production winner of the Great Western Futurity in 2012. At OSU, she is a member of the dairy club, which she served as historian, and the dairy judging team that competed in contests at the Eastern States Exposition and the All-American Dairy Show in Pennsylvania. She was co-chair of the selection committee for the Beaver Classic Sale in 2013. She received a Jess Hanson Undergraduate Scholarship from the university and has been on the dean’s list. In high school, she was a member of National Honor Society and Family Career and Community Leaders of America, which she served as treasurer and secretary. She was captain of the girls’ basketball team three years, voted most valuable player from 2009-2011 and a member of the Pacific all-league team. She coached a junior high basketball team for two years. She received the school’s outstanding student award and the principal’s award. Andrea attended the recent Jersey Youth Academy. She plans to work for an organization involved in dairy genetics as an intern next summer. Down the road, she would like to become an appraiser for the AJCA and eventually manage the family dairy. Cedarcrest Farms Scholarship The Cedarcrest Farms Scholarship was established in 1999 and has been funded by the sale of a bull at two of the Cedarcrest sales. It is awarded to a student in large animal veterinary medicine, dairy production, dairy manufacturing or Pearson dairy product marketing. Undergraduate and graduate students are both eligible for the award. The Cedarcrest Farms Scholarship of $1,500 will be presented to Olivia Price Pearson, Lincolnton, N.C. The daughter of Corey and Bridgette Lutz is a sophomore at North Carolina State University doublePage 52

majoring in animal science and food science, with a minor in agribusiness. She plans to attend graduate school for animal science, food science or business. Olivia, a fifth-generation dairy producer, grew up on Piedmont Jersey Farm, which is operated by her family. Piedmont Jerseys is an intensive rotational grazing operation with no housing facilities. The 250 milking cows are milked in a double-eight herringbone parlor and offers a total mixed ration in headlocks prior to milking. Olivia’s herd of Registered Jerseys includes 15 cows and heifers. She got her feet wet in the show ring at the age of five, when she exhibited her first Jersey. Today, she shows cattle at local, state and national levels. She won senior showmanship at The All American Junior Jersey Show in 2012 and has also shown the Grand Champion of the junior show at the North Carolina State Fair. Among her dreams are to show a National Jersey Jug Futurity winner. Olivia is the reigning North Carolina Jersey Queen and attended the recent Jersey Youth Academy in July. She placed eighth in Division I of the National Jersey Youth Production Contest in 2009 with Jacobs Funnyface Mecca. Olivia was a member of her chapter FFA dairy judging team and placed as high as third as an individual in competition at the state level. She topped the state dairy handlers contest and then earned a gold award at the national contest. In high school, she was a member of the National Honor Society, the Beta Club, the International Club, the National Technical Honor Society and the National Society of High School Scholars. She sat on the student council and served as class president during her high school years. She volunteers with Relay for Life, the Soup Kitchen in Lincolnton and Amy’s House, a local shelter for women and children who are victims of domestic violence. At NC State, she belongs to the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Sigma Alpha Sorority and the university’s animal and dairy science clubs. Long term, Olivia dreams of establishing a dairy processing plant for Piedmont Jerseys. She also plans to continue to improve the profitability of her herd by improving genetics. Bob Toole Youth Award The Bob Toole Youth Award was established in 2003 to honor the lifelong enthusiasm Bob Toole felt for the Jersey cow. The award will be given to a young person who seeks formal education or practical experience related to the breeding, developing and showing of Jerseys.

This year’s recipient of the $1,500 award is Sydney Frances Endres, Lodi, Wis. The daughter of Dave Endres is a freshman at UW-Madison, with a double major in dairy science and life science communications and a minor in Spanish. Sydney and her family operate Endres Jazzy Jerseys, a Registered Jersey dairy Endres established by her father and mother, the late Patricia Endres. The family started dairying with Holsteins in 1986 and added Jerseys in 1990. The herd was transitioned to all-Jersey by 1992. Today the business farms 1,000 acres, milks 700 cows and raises 600 Jersey steers. Sydney began showing at the Lodi Agricultural Fair at the age of five and has exhibited her Jerseys every year since. Though showing was enjoyable, the experience exposed her to her real passion—being an ambassador for the agriculture industry and telling the Jersey story. Over the years, she has taken many opportunities to exploit this passion and promote cows to consumers. Often, it involves hands-on experience with her cattle. The past three years, Sydney has operated a station at “Pioneer Days,” a local event for fourth graders, using one of her own cows. She explains the differences between milking a cow in the 1800s and now and gives young people the chance to milk a cow by hand. This year, she is initiating a new milking demonstration at the Lodi Fair. She is training four milk cows for the exhibit, which will capitalize on the facility’s beautiful parlor and show consumers how cows are milked. Sydney has served as the Wisconsin Jersey Princess the past two years and attended the second Jersey Youth Academy in 2011. She has attended the AJCA-NAJ Annual Meetings every year since 2003 and participated in several JerseyTalk competitions. She was responsible for gathering materials for the welcome bags used at the meetings hosted by her home state in 2011. She served her local FFA chapter as treasurer and secretary and has been active in the organization’s Food for America program. Sydney has participated in public speaking the past four years and will compete in an extemporaneous speaking contest at the national level in October. She organized Lodi FFA’s recent “Day on the Farm,” which brought 250 elements to a local dairy farm and gave them a glimpse of daily life. (continued to page 54)

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In high school, she was captain of the cross-country track and cross-country ski teams and also played soccer. She was a class officer the last three years of school, president of the student council and wrote articles for the school newspaper. Sydney is a youth representative on the Lodi Community Action Team and a volunteer for the UW Organ and Tissue Donation program. She plans to pursue a career that melds all her passions. She hopes to bridge the gap between consumer and producer, helping the former understand where their food comes from and the latter find effective ways to communicate their message. She is considering establishing a learning center and opening a dairy products store on the home dairy to achieve this goal. She also hopes to be able to continue the legacy of her mother, who inspires her to pursue her dreams and influence the lives of others in a positive manner. Awards for 2013-2014 Applications for 2013-2014 Jersey Youth Scholarships will be accepted from April 1 through July 1, 2014, and forms will be available at www.USJersey.com/YouthProgram/scholarshipinfo.html.

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All American Schedule, Deadline Dates Announced The finest Registered Jerseys™ on the face of the earth will take center stage when The 61st All American Jersey Show and Sale returns to the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Ky., November 9 to 11. The annual event is generally the largest Jersey show in the world and is broadcast across the globe with live video feed from ringside. Thousands watch as the first and second place entries in each class are named the All American and Reserve All American winners by the American Jersey Cattle Association. More than 700 entries are expected for the open division of The All American Jersey Show. The show on November 11 will be judged by Chris Lahmers, Marysville, Ohio. His consultant will be Mike Berry, Albany, Ore. The 60th National Jersey Jug Futurity will be held November 10 and will offer an estimated $10,500 in premiums, Judging the show will be Charles F. Luchsinger, Syracuse, N.Y. His consultant will be Kelli Cull, Lomira, Wis. The judge for The All American Junior Jersey Show on Saturday, November 9, will be Eric Topp, Botkins, Ohio. His consultant will be Craig Padgett, Waynesburg, Ky. Premiums and awards totaling nearly $50,000 will be offered for the three shows. Entry deadline is September 20. Premium lists and entry forms are available online at www.livestockexpo.org or can be requested by calling 502/595-3166. Two sales, both managed by Jersey Marketing Service of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, will occur that same weekend. The 61st All American Jersey Sale, the premier showcase for Registered Jersey™ genetics in the United States, will offer approximately 70 lots on the evening of November 10. A total of 35 Registered Jersey™ heifers will be offered to youth between seven and 20 years of age in the 56th Pot O’Gold Sale. Cow’s Match® Jersey Blend is the Presenting Sponsor of the 2013 Pot O’Gold Sale. Selections for both sales are now in progress. Contact Sally Stine at 614/3224473 for more information. All events will be held at the Kentucky

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Exposition Center, conveniently located near the Louisville airport. The schedule is: Saturday, November 9 8:00 a.m. The 61st All American Junior Jersey Show, Freedom Hall 4:30 p.m. 56th Pot O’Gold Sale, presented by Cow’s Match Jersey Blend®, Newmarket Hall 7:00 p.m. All American Junior Banquet, South Wing Conference Center Sunday, November 10 12:00 Noon Selection of Junior Dairy Show Supreme Champion 1:00 p.m. 60th National Jersey Jug Futurity, Freedom Hall 4:15 p.m. Pre-sale sponsored social 5:00 p.m. 61st All American Jersey Sale, West Hall Monday, November 11 7:30 a.m. The 61st All American Jersey Show, Freedom Hall, heifers show first

show is the Hilton Garden Inn Louisville Airport, adjacent to fairgrounds at Gate 4. Mention the NAILE Jersey show when making reservations: 502/637-2424. Other hotels nearby include the Crown Plaza Hotel, adjacent to the fairgrounds at Gate 1 (877/227-6963 or 502/367-2251); the Best Western-Signature Inn East (502/2678100); Country Inns & Suites (502/2619434); Days Inn Central (800/937-3297); Microtel Inn (502/266-6590); and Signature Inn-South (502/968-4100). Early reservations are recommended. The All American Jersey Show & Sale is an annual production of the American Jersey Cattle Association, Reynoldsburg, Ohio. Approximately 100 Jersey breeders from across the United States serve on the All American planning committees, which meet annually in March. For more information on sponsorship opportunities associated with The All American, contact the AJCA Development Department at 614/322-4456.

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Open AND Junior Show, West Springfield, Mass.; 9:00 a.m.; Tom Arrowsmith, Peach Bottom, Pa., judge. OCT. 1—INTERNATIONAL JERSEY SHOW, heifers; Alliant Energy Center, Madison, Wis.; 2:00 p.m.; Callum McKinven, Canton de Hatley, Que., judge; Stephen Borland, Ormstown, Que., consultant. OCT. 2—INTERNATIONAL JERSEY SHOW, cows; Alliant Energy Center, Madison, Wis.; 7:30 a.m.; Callum McKinven, Canton de Hatley, Que., judge; Stephen Borland, Ormstown, Que., consultant. OCT. 8—Alabama National Junior show, Montgomery, Ala.; 1:30 p.m. OCT. 9—Alabama National Fair Open Show, Montgomery, Ala.; 9:00 a.m. OCT. 12—SOUTH CAROLINA STATE FAIR OPEN SHOW, South Carolina State Fairgrounds, Columbia, S.C.; 8:00 a.m.; Chris Lahmers, Marysville, Ohio, judge. OCT. 12—State Fair of Texas Jersey State Show, Dallas, Texas; 2:00 p.m. OCT. 13—ARKANSAS STATE FAIR OPEN AND JUNIOR SHOW, South Carolina State Fairgrounds, Columbia, S.C.; 9:00 a.m.; Dean Dohle, Half Way, Mo., judge. OCT. 13—SOUTH CAROLINA STATE FAIR JUNIOR SHOW, South Carolina State Fairgrounds, Columbia, S.C.; 8:00 a.m.; Tammy Voegli, Arlington, Wis., judge. OCT. 13—State Fair of Texas Junior Show, Dallas, Texas; 8:00 a.m. OCT. 26—NORTH CAROLINA STATE FAIR OPEN SHOW, North Carolina State Fairgrounds, Raleigh, N.C.; 1:00 p.m.; Kevin Williams, McConnelsville, Ohio, judge. OCT. 26—ARIZONA STATE FAIR JUNIOR JERSEY SHOW, Arizona State Fairgrounds, Phoenix, Ariz.; 3:30 p.m. OCT. 27—NORTH CAROLINA STATE FAIR JUNIOR SHOW, North Carolina State Fairgrounds,

Raleigh, N.C.; 9:00 a.m.; Lois Skeen, Mt. Sidney, Va., judge. NOV. 2—ARIZONA STATE FAIR OPEN JERSEY SHOW, Arizona State Fairgrounds, Phoenix, Ariz.; 1:00 p.m. NOV. 8—CANADIAN NATIONAL JERSEY SHOW, Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, Toronto, Ont.; heifers; 4:00 p.m.; Barclay Phoenix, Uxbridge, Ont., judge. NOV. 9—CANADIAN NATIONAL JERSEY SHOW, Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, Toronto, Ont.; cows; 9:00 a.m.; Barclay Phoenix, Uxbridge, Ont., judge. NOV. 9—THE ALL AMERICAN JUNIOR JERSEY SHOW, Kentucky Exposition Center, Louisville, Ky.; 8:00 a.m.; Eric Topp, Botkins, Ohio, judge; Craig Padgett, Waynesburg, Ky., consultant. NOV. 10—NATIONAL JERSEY JUG FUTURITY, Kentucky Exposition Center, Louisville, Ky.; 1:00 p.m.; Chuck Luchsinger, Syracuse, N.Y., judge; Kelli Cull, Lomira, Wis., consultant. NOV. 11—THE ALL AMERICAN JERSEY SHOW, Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center, Louisville, Ky.; 7:30 a.m.; Chris Lahmers, Marysville, Ohio, judge; Mike Berry, Albany, Ore., consultant.

Policy of The Jersey Journal Adopted June, 2006 by the American Jersey Cattle Association Board of Directors

The purpose of the Jersey Journal is to promote Jerseys and to serve as the media to carry Jersey news and ads to the owners of Jerseys and other interested parties. To fulfill this purpose, the following policies have been established by the Board of Directors: Editorial Policy. The editorial policy of the Jersey Journal is to reflect the positions and programs of the Jersey breed as established by the Board of Directors. Advertising Policy. The policy of the AJCA concerning breed advertisements in the Jersey Journal is to require that breeder ads promote Registered JerseysTM and those eligible for ID services provided by the AJCA. Advertising involving politics and ads criticizing Jerseys and/or Jersey programs will be declined. Advertising offering semen for sale must completely identify the seller. Advertising may include references to animals of other breeds owned by the advertiser; however, advertisers may only publish pictures of Registered JerseysTM and those eligible for ID services provided by the AJCA. The Jersey Journal will use USDA genetic evaluations for foreign animals if information is available. If USDA information is not available, the origin of the information used will be listed. Letter to the Editor. This column is made available to include discussion of opinions, policies and problems, and other subjects provided the comments are constructive. Derogatory letters mentioning individual names or animals will not be published, neither will political or anonymous letters. When the Editor receives ads or letters which are believed to be questionable, these will be referred to the Development Committee of the Board. A majority vote of the committee will be final. When the committee is divided or so requests, the material in question will be submitted to the Board of Directors for a decision. Page 56

December 2 is Deadline for Fred Stout Experience Award Persons who have a strong desire to pursue a career in managing and/or marketing Registered Jersey™ cattle are encouraged to apply for the 2014 Fred Stout Experience awards. The awards are presented annually in memory of Fred J. Stout Sr., Mt. Carmel, Ill., a lifelong Jersey breeder and member of the Jersey Marketing Service staff from 1978 to 1997 who believed that the best learning experiences happen in the everyday world. Two awards will be offered: (1) a minimum 10-week summer marketing internship with Jersey Marketing Service, Reynoldsburg, Ohio, and (2) a minimum 10-week on-farm, customized internship in Jersey herd management. Financial support is provided by a permanent endowment created by friends and colleagues of Fred Stout. Applicants must have completed their high school education. To apply, submit a one-page résumé listing previous work experience, skills and other qualifications, plus a separate cover letter stating your ambitions, goals and career aspirations, including plans for achieving them. The letter must also explain how and why the Fred Stout Experience will be of benefit in achieving future goals. A summary of involvement with and interest in Registered Jersey™ cattle is required. Specify which experience (marketing internship, on-farm internship) is preferred, or indicate if you are interested in both opportunities. Two letters of support are required, one from an active breeder of Registered Jersey cattle, excluding immediate family members; and the other from a teacher, mentor or past employer. These must be mailed directly by the supporters to the AJCA office. Applications and letters of support must be postmarked no later than Monday, December 2, 2013, and addressed to Fred Stout Experience, American Jersey Cattle Association, 6486 E. Main Street, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068-2362. They may be sent by email to info@usjersey.com. Previous recipients of the Fred Stout Experience Award are Tara Bohnert, Ill. (2003); Allison Waggoner, S.C. (2004); Dan Bauer, Wis. (2005); Aaron Horst, Pa. (2006); Jacob Pieper, Md. (2007); Katie Albaugh, Md. (2008); Brady Core, Ky. (2009); Kim Wilson, Mo., and Ivy Roberts, Fla. (2010); Joseph Fjarlie, Wis., and Amy Maxwell, Iowa (2011); Robert McGarry, Vt., and Lyman Rudgers, N.Y. (2012); and Meagan Bolen, Ohio, and Wyatt Smith, Minn. (2013). JERSEY JOURNAL


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ecause of his commitment to sound financial decisions and top management, Ryan Clark of Tyrone, Pa., is a deserving recipient of the 2013 National Dairy Shrine Graduate Dairy Production Award. The award was established to recognize, encourage and assist qualified two-year or four-year agricultural college graduates to pursue careers in commercial dairying and to gain ownership of dairy cattle with the intent of growing the size of their dairy herd. Entrants are eligible to apply during their second to ninth year after graduation from college. Ryan will receive a $2,500 cash award from sponsor Elanco Animal Health which will be presented during the Pennsylvania All-American Dairy Show. Clark did not grow up on a dairy, but from the wages earned on local farms through his high school and college years, he was able to purchase 20 Registered Jerseys and house them at a neighbor’s dairy. Today, he rents facilities for his Windy Lane herd that now numbers 160 Registered Jerseys. The young dairy enthusiast plans to expand the herd to 240 milking cows over the next couple of years and then look to purchase his own dairy. A 2007 graduate of Pennsylvania State University with a bachelor of science degree in animal science and a minor in agronomy, Clark took a position with Cargill Animal Nutrition as a dairy focus consultant upon graduation. He credits this position with allowing him to see many successful dairies throughout Pennsylvania and Maryland and learn from them. While in college, Ryan also had the opportunity to intern with Fair Valley Farms, a 500cow herd, and assist the herdsman with his management responsibilities gaining experience in a large herd setting. These experiences helped to make the young man more certain this was the route he wanted to take. While balancing a full-time job and beginning his own dairy operation, Ryan was able to grow his herd of 20 cows to the current 160 lactating Registered Jerseys and the 25 replacement heifers to 185 today. In 2009, when the herd grew by 70 milk cows, Ryan resigned his position with Cargill and began to focus on the herd fulltime. During this growth, Ryan was able Page 58

to secure a loan (during tough financial times) by putting together a realistic and conservative f inancial plan with a projected cash flow that lenders could easily understand. And that has worked well for Ryan as he is currently projected to pay that loan off early. Ryan’s

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sound financial decisions show in his management. When purchasing cattle he worked with respected dairy producers in Pennsylvania and New York to put together an outstanding group of cows that are top producing individuals. In 2012, his REAP herd had an AJCA lactation average of 20,598 lbs. milk, 1,019 lbs. fat and 782 lbs. protein on 122 lactations. This average ranked him fifth in the nation for fat production and sixth for protein production in herds of 80-149 lactations. Three cows in the Windy Lane herd completed Hall of Fame lactations in the second quarter of 2013 and eight cows completed Honor Roll lactations in the same quarter. The herd not only produces well, but is also bred for functional type. After his most recent herd appraisal, Clark’s herd averages 82% on score with 13 Excellent cows and 109 cows appraised Very Good. These are characteristics that Clark knows will help his herd in the future. “I feel that the future of the dairy

industry will be more consolidated with fewer farms, but the farms left will be much larger,” said Clark on his outlook of the future of dairying. “More partnerships or team ownership arrangements will help ease daily management challenges and combine capital to allow expansion or to purchase expensive, yet essential, farm land needed to feed these growing herds.” For these reasons, Ryan is realistic in knowing that his current operation will allow for the growth to 240 cows, but because of parlor inefficiencies and animal units per acre, he needs to look at the big picture plan. What is that plan? First, Ryan must finish filling his rental facilities of stalls and grow to 240 cows. When that level is reached, he will maintain that herd size over the next three years while planning a move to a long-term or permanent location. Also within those three years, he will finish paying off his start up loan and put him in a stronger financial position for future planning. His end goal: 500 milking cows. How will he get there? Ryan is looking at all options since financing an expansion of this size will not be easy as he will need facilities and land. Perhaps it is an opportunity with a current dairy producer that is close to retirement and no one to carry on the family farm. Clark hopes to discuss a 10-year business plan, allowing them to retire, while still earning an income. No matter the route Clark takes to reach his goal, his friends, family, and business associates know that he will be successful. The annual National Dairy Shrine awards banquet will be held on September 11 during the Pennsylvania All-American Dairy Show in Harrisburg, Pa. For more information about banquet tickets or about students, producers, and industry representatives being recognized by National Dairy Shrine, please contact Dr. David Selner, Executive Director, at 920/863-6333. National Dairy Shrine membership information is also available online at www.dairyshrine.org. Dairy enthusiasts are encouraged to become a part of this important organization and to help honor our heritage, inspire future leaders and promote the dairy industry. JERSEY JOURNAL


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ational Dairy Shrine has named Dana Metzger, Rock Rapids, Iowa, as winner of the Progressive Dairy Producer award in the large herd division. He will be honored during the organization’s annual banquet on September 11, 2013, at the Pennsylvania All-American Dairy Show in Harrisburg, Pa. Metzger and his family operate MultiRose Jerseys, a Registered Jersey herd of 1,500 cows and 1,100 replacement heifers. The herd is enrolled on REAP and uses JerseyTags for permanent identification. Multi-Rose Jerseys has a rolling herd average of 17,666 lbs. milk, 876 lbs. fat and 668 lbs. protein for August 2013. It ranks among the top 25% in the nation for Jersey Performance Index (JPI) with a herd average JPI of +47 following the August 2013 genetic evaluations. The Metzgers also farm 1,900 acres of cropland, operate a 7,000-hog wean-to-finish enterprise and feed out their Jersey steers. Metzger grew up on the family farm and officially joined the business in 1999, after he graduated from college and had been working off the farm nearly two years. He and his brother, Reed, were given the chance to buy out an uncle and become owners of Multi-Rose Jerseys with their father, Marvin, and another uncle, Bill. At that point, Dana assumed responsibility for the daily management of the 90-cow herd. In the years since, Multi-Rose Jerseys has undergone two major herd expansions and added two additional family members to the corporation. Though some of those years were more ideal for expanding the business than others, Multi-Rose Jerseys has had the misfortune of making changes during some of the dairy industry’s most challenging times. The Metzgers took their first leap of faith in 2002 when they expanded the herd to 500 cows. That year, milk prices fell to their second lowest level in two decades. Two other brothers, Brett and Evan, came on board in 2009 and 2010—back-to-back years that were even more financially devastating for the dairy industry. The herd was expanded a second time to its current size of 1,500 cows last year, amidst skyhigh feed prices brought on by drought. Multi-Rose Jerseys has weathered the storm by running a tight ship and adopting technology that saves time and labor.

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“We have been on a fast learning curve the past dozen years,” said Dana. “This operation is both a business and a way of life. Every aspect of its operation is important because every little thing that happens is multiplied by 1,500—the number of cows in our milking herd.”

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Automation, data collection and analysis are key components for improving profits at Multi-Rose Jerseys. Facility improvements have been made with these in mind. The new barn that was constructed in 2002 for the first herd expansion featured the latest technology for moving cattle and monitoring their activity. Cows are milked in a 40-stall, rotary parlor with automatic take-offs and milk meters and pedometers by AfiMilk. Cows with high activity that are at least 45 days fresh and not coded pregnant are automatically sorted to the management rail for breeding each day. Cows are housed in a freestall barn with six rows of freestalls, a drive-through feed alley and slatted floor. Mattresses are used in the freestalls and bedded every other day with separated manure solids, which are processed on the farm. Cows are fed a single TMR twice a day. The ration is BMR corn silage, haylage, dry hay, straw, cottonseed, ground corn and a protein blend. Calves are housed in an old hog barn

that was renovated for calf rearing from birth through weaning. The barn is powerventilated and features a raised floor made of wire mesh. Five automatic calf feeders supply milk to 10 pens of calves. At eight weeks-of-age, calves are moved to a shed with a bedded pack. At 12 weeksof-age, they are moved to a neighboring facility with a shed and bedded pack and introduced to a TMR with fence-line feeding. When they are three months pregnant, they return to the home farm. They are housed in a hoop barn with a bedded pack and fed at the fence-line. The three biggest labor-savers at MultiRose Jerseys are the slatted cow barn floors, which do not require daily scraping, the pedometers, which aid in heat detection, and the automatic calf feeders, which eliminate the need for bottle feeding. Metzger also uses an extensive number of benchmarks to evaluate and fine-tune business performance. A key strategy is to tap the reproductive advantages of the Jersey cow. “For us, reproduction drives production, which drives profit,” Metzger noted. Dana is especially mindful of the herd’s benchmarks for age at first calving (24 months), days to first breeding (68 days), pregnancy rate (26%) and calving interval (12.7 months). Multi-Rose Jerseys averages 2.8 services per conception using sexed semen for first services on most cows. By paying attention to reproduction, production for Multi-Rose Jerseys has not skipped a beat despite the myriad of challenges that come with expansion. In 2001, the lactation average for the herd stood at 18,280 lbs. milk, 884 lbs. fat and 669 lbs. protein on 104 cows. Two years later, it reached 19,945 lbs. milk, 1,022 lbs. fat and 699 lbs. protein on 350 cows. Six of the past 10 years, Multi-Rose Jerseys has ranked among the top 10 herds in the nation among its peers with similar-sized herds. A goal for Metzger is to increase daily milk production to 60 lbs. milk per cow or more while maintaining components. Though Metzger got a start in his career on the business end of the cow at age 10 doing evening milkings, he takes a special interest in genetics. He was among the first to heavily use G-code bulls, which now (continued to page 60)

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account for about 60% of the herd matings. Sexed semen is used for first services on most cows and f irst and second services on heifers. Multi-Rose Jerseys extensively uses embryo transfer and invitro fertilization to grow the high-end of the herd internally, with eight cows in the donor dam program at any given time. Most of the resulting bulls calves will be genotyped by A.I. organizations for potential contracts. A third of the heifer calves in the calf pens are P-level 7 or higher; 34 of them rank on the current lists of the top heifers for GJPI or PA JPI. Metzger mates the lower end of the herd to limousine bulls. He plans to increase levels to 20-30% to grow this revenue stream, which is more profitable than feeding out lower-end replacements from the Jersey herd. Though replacements have been needed in the past because the dairy was in a growing mode, Metzger would now like to merchandise high-end genetics more heavily and eventually hold a production sale. Multi-Rose Jerseys has been a model for other dairy producers as well. The dairy was a tour stop for the annual meetings of the American Jersey Cattle Association (AJCA) and National All-Jersey and host farm for the North American Intercollegiate Dairy Challenge in 2007 and hosted the annual evaluator’s conference for Select Sires’ Select Mating Service last year. Metzger is a third-generation Jersey breeder who received the Young Jersey Breeder Award from the AJCA in 2007. He has served on the Northwest Iowa DHIA board and is active in the Lyon County Dairy Association, Iowa Farm Bureau and the Western Dairy Alliance. He and his wife, Kary, have five children: Jeremy, 7; Daniel, 5; Heidi, 3; Lena, 22 months; and Bethany, born in August. Long term, Metzger plans to financially prepare the business to transition it the next generation, just as his grandparents and parents have done. Past Jersey recipients include Andrew and Lynette Buttles, Lancaster, Wis. (2010); Brian and Heidi Lantzky, Hawkeye, Iowa (2009); Richard and Jennifer Avila, Dalhart, Texas (2009); Kip Keller and Robin Denniston-Keller, Byron, N.Y. (2008); C. A. and Kristen Russell, Hilmar, Calif. (2007); Scott Bohnert, East Moline, Ill. (2006); Leroy C. Clark and Michelle Wieghart, Spring Valley, Wis. (2002); and Kelvin “Kelly” Moss, Litchfield, Ariz. (2001). JERSEY JOURNAL


Olson Honored by National Dairy Shrine as a Pioneer

Each year in Madison, Wis., during the Jersey show, spectators see Dr. Clarence Olson ringside helping with the show in many capacities. His face is familiar to many and his diligence to the dairy industry throughout the years is second to none. In Har risburg, Pa., this September 11, Dr. Olson, of Madison, Wis., will be honored as one Olson of the recipients of the National Dairy Shrine Pioneer award. Each year, three or four living or deceased “pioneers” of the dairy industry are honored by the National Dairy Shrine. Pictures and biographies of these persons are preserved at the National Dairy Shrine Visitors’ Center and Museum in Fort Atkinson, Wis. Olson began serving as a dairy extension specialist in 1945, beginning his work in North Dakota and eventually making his way to Wisconsin in 1960. During his tenure, Olson accomplished many great feats, including founding the first of its kind Dairy Schools for Farm Women. The theme

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for these schools was Partners in Better Farming. In the 10 years that followed, 232 such schools were held; these were attended by nearly 10,000 women. Through his work in dairy extension, Dr. Olson became a driving force behind implementing the Genetic Recovery (GR) Program in the Jersey breed. The program was adapted and began in 1975. It has been a vital part of the services offered by the American Jersey Cattle Association (AJCA). Dr. Olson was a GR agent for the AJCA and traveled to dairies to help owners register their cows with the assocation. In 2006, Dr. Olson was awarded the AJCA Award for Meritorious Service for his involvement with the program. Even after his retirement from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, he continued to log extensive amounts of time with the Genetic Recovery Program, helping ensure it remained a viable option for dairy producers throughout the country. From the beginning of the World Dairy Expo in 1967, Olson has assisted with the Central National Jersey Show (now the International Jersey Show), serving as Jersey superintendent and helping with animal check-in and award organization during the show. Dr. Olson was named a “Friend of Expo” in 2004 and used his

acceptance speech to encourage Jersey breeders and dairy producers to take a deeper look into the value of the Jersey cow. Through his extensive career, Dr. Olson also had the opportunity to work with the Dairy Herd Improvement Association (DHIA), where he was instrumental in developing the DHIA program in Wisconsin and making numerous improvements in DHIA technology and policy. He was an instrumental part of transforming the DHI milk testing method. He spent an immense amount of time researching a method to test the protein content in milk. With help from a Danish company, he imported a protein tester and began to study the technology which delivered more accurate samples and weights in the herds by using a pipeline system. This new program also allowed greater accuracy, lower costs and did not require the use of chemicals, like those involved with the Babcock test. By 1970, the National DHIA Board approved the new method and began using the system in 20 states. Dr. Olson’s involvement with the dairy industry has provided Jersey and dairy producers alike the opportunity to increase the value of their herds, from genetic quality to milk prices. His influence can be found in many areas of the dairy industry.

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National Dairy Shrine Awards 2013 Scholarships The National Dairy Shrine (NDS) recently announced the winners of their scholarships for 2013. More than $50,000 will be awarded to youth during the NDS Awards Banquet at the Pennsylvania AllAmerican Dairy Show, in Harrisburg, Pa., on September 11, 2013. Several Jersey youth will be recognized. NDS Student Recognition Awards The NDS student recognition program recognizes graduating seniors planning a career related to the dairy industry who have demonstrated outstanding leadership skills, academic ability, and a sincere interest in dairy cattle. Each university is allowed to nominate up to two candidates for this recognition in any given year. The highest winner receives a $2,000 award, the second a $1,500 award and the other winners receive $1,000 awards. Receiving $1,000 awards are Casey Arlig, Friendship, N.Y., Jordan Hanson, Decorah, Iowa and Tyler Boyd, Parrottsville, Tenn. Arlig is attending Cornell University where she is majoring in animal science. She is an avid dairy judge and has paced her team to top five finishes in several major contests. Jordan Hanson is working on a dual major of agricultural business and dairy Science at Iowa State University. Tyler Boyd recently completed his dairy science major at Virginia Tech and has taken a position with World Wide Sires. Boyd is a former National Jersey Youth Achievement winner. NDS/DMI Milk Marketing Scholarship Roxanne Seltzer from Selinsgrove, Pa., has been awarded one of the eight

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$1,000 National Dairy Shrine/DMI Milk Marketing. These generous scholarships are made possible by Dairy Management Inc. and NDS to encourage students to pursue careers in dairy product or milk marketing. Steltzer is a senior at Virginia Tech pursuing a dairy science major and a communications minor. Upon graduation she would like to work in the communications or public relations field and help educate consumers about the production side of the dairy industry. Maurice Core Scholarship Shannon Rodeffer from Snohomish, Wash., will receive one of the $1,000 scholarships given in honor of Maurice Core, the long-time Executive Secretary of the American Jersey Cattle Association, and, more recently, the Executive Director of the National Dairy Shrine. The funds for this award were donated by the friends of Maurice Core. The Core Scholarships are given to freshman status students working toward a degree in dairy or animal science related majors. Shannon is attending Iowa State University and was a member of the third class of Jersey Youth Academy. She is a former Western National Jersey Queen and is the daughter of Lynnae and Jerry Rodeffer. Iager Scholarship The Iager Scholarship for $1,000 is awarded annually to students in a twoyear agricultural school pursuing a career in the dairy industry. It is based on academic standing, leadership ability, interest in the dairy industry and plans for the future. This scholarship was started with a generous donation from the Charles and Judy Iager family of Fulton, Md.

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One of two recipients this year is Leah Caverly of Clinton, Maine. She is attending the Thompson School of Applied Science at the University of New Hampshire majoring in dairy management. She is an outstanding student with definite plans for a future in the dairy industry. McCullough Scholarships Receiving one of the two scholarships awarded by National Dairy Shrine in memory of Dr. Marshall E. McCullough, the well-respected nutrition researcher and educator from Georgia is Sydney Endress, Lodi, Wis. To be eligible for the award students must be entering their freshmen year of college and plan to major in dairy/animal science or agricultural journalism with a dairy emphasis. Endres will receive a $1,000 scholarship to be used towards her pursuit of a life sciences communication/dairy science degree at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Klussendorf & McKown Scholarship Winners Hannah Bachman of Ulysses, Pa., and Mary Elizabeth Foote of Hartford, N.Y. are two of the Klussendorf Association Scholarship winners. These $1,500 scholarships are awarded by the Klussendorf Association and funded by a significant donation from Klussendorf member, Chris Kampf, and through fund raisers and memorial gifts by the Klussendorf Association. The McKown Scholarship winners receive a $1,500 scholarship in honor of Robert “Whitey” McKown, a long time supporter of the Holstein breed and National Dairy Cattle Shows. These scholarships are made possible by generous donations from the family and friends of Robert McKown. Austin Schwartzbeck of Union Bridge, Md., is one of this year’s winners. Schwartzbeck is well-known on the show circuit in Maryland with his Registered Jerseys. For more information about the students being recognized by National Dairy Shrine or tickets for the awards Banquet, contact Executive Director, Dr. David Selner at info@dairyshrine.org. Information on National Dairy Shrine membership or other activities is also available on the internet at www. dairyshrine.org. Dairy enthusiasts are encouraged to become a part of the most important dairy organization helping to honor our dairy heritage, inspire future dairy leaders, and promote the dairy industry. JERSEY JOURNAL


Expo’s 2013 Virtual Farm Tours Feature Dutch Hollow, Cinnamon Ridge Operations

Dutch Hollow Farm LLC of Schodack Landing, N.Y., the 2012 Master Breeders of the American Jersey Cattle Association, and Cinnamon Ridge, Donahue, Iowa, are two of the eight U.S. dairy operations to be featured as a Virtual Farm Tour at the 2013 World Dairy Expo. This is the first time that two Jersey operations are on Expo’s Virtual Farm Tour program in the same year. Dutch Hollow Farm is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 2. Cinnamon Ridge’s program will begin as 12:00 noon on Thursday, October 3. Both programs will be in Mendota 1 meeting room in the Exhibition Hall at the Alliant Energy Center, Madison, Wis. Dutch Hollow Farm is home to 600 cows with a rolling herd average exceeding 19,500 lbs. milk at 4.7% fat and 3.6% protein. Since its inception in 1976 by Paul and Melanie Chittenden, the operation has expanded internally to four times its original size as three sons, Brian, Alan and Nathan, have joined the operation, with never a break in production and type improvement. More than 200 cows have achieved lifetime production in excess of 100,000 pounds milk. Three different Million Pound Clubs—a combination of five herdmates with total lifetime production of over 1 million pounds—have been developed and promoted. Dutch Hollow has been arguably the most influential source of polled Jersey genetics in the U.S. for more than 30 years. Milk is

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marketed through premium quality butter manufactured by Cabot Creamery, cheeses produced by the Creamery at Twin Brook and Beecher’s Handmade Cheese in New York City, and also through Hudson Valley Fresh. Because the farm is located near major urban areas in the densely populated northeast U.S., the Chittendens are keenly aware of how their farming and animal care practices impact consumer perceptions of the dairy business. The Discovery Dairy Center was opened in 2011 and offers lessons that meet the New York education standards in science, social studies and math for children prekindergarten through sixth grade. Cinnamon Ridge is owned and operated by the Maxwell family, including brothers John and Edwin, and John’s daughters, Amy and Kara. Adoption of new technology and diversification have led to rapid expansion of farm operations over the past year. A c t u a l p r o d u c t i o n o f 7 9 c ow s completing lactations in 2012 was 17,556 lbs. milk at 5.0% fat and 3.8% protein. With the addition of a robotic milk system and automatic feed pusher last November, the herd now numbers 260 cows. Milk is processed on the farm into cheese and then sold in a retail store and restaurant on site. In addition to the dairy herd, Cinnamon Ridge is also home to a beef cow-embryo

operation, a 10,000 head swine facility that is leased out and a laying hen operation. A total of 4,000 acres are farmed in corn, soybeans and wheat. The breadth of the ag enterprise at Cinnamon Ridge has also helped build a successful tour business, hosting about 2,500 visitors from all over the world each year. Other Virtual Farm Tours feature dairy businesses located in Idaho, South Dakota and Wisconsin. All presentations will be recorded and available for viewing on World Dairy Expo’s website after the show. Jersey Schedule at Madison World Dairy Expo opens Tuesday, October 1 with the International Jersey Show starting at 2:00 p.m. in the Coliseum. The cow show continues on Wednesday morning and concludes with selection of the Grand Champion by judge Callum McKinven, Canton de Hatley, Que. The Top of the World Jersey Sale kicks off at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday evening in the sale pavilion. Jersey Marketing Service, Reynoldsburg, Ohio, is the sale manager. The American Jersey Cattle Association and National All-Jersey Inc. will have an exhibit throughout Expo. It will be located in the Coliseum at Arena Level 101 and 102. For the complete schedule of Jerseyspecific activities during the week of World Dairy Expo, visit the USJersey website.

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Call Issued for Jersey Research Proposals

The AJCC Research Foundation has issued a request for research proposals to be funded in 2014 addressing significant issues for the Jersey breed and Jersey milk producers. Current priorities for research funding are: • Nutrition of high-producing Jerseys, particularly practical feeding methods to maximize production of valuable milk components; • Factors affecting management of Jersey calves; • Factors affecting yield and/or quality of products manufactured from Jersey milk; • Factors affecting economic impact of Jerseys: efficiencies, net income, longevity, and lifetime profit; • Optimizing the genetic basis for improving animal health and/or enhancing product quality; • Enhancing environmental impact associated with Jerseys; • New technologies for safe and sustainable food production from Jersey cattle; and • Feasibility of adding value and increasing consumer acceptance of Jersey-derived products through en-

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hanced product quality and branding. Submissions are evaluated for (a) merit (e.g., potential to advance practical knowledge, creative approach to the problem); (b) competence (i.e., high probability of successful completion within the proposed time frame); and (c) relevance (e.g., problem derived from one of the areas of research priority). Application deadline is December 1, 2013. The AJCA Research Advisory Committee will evaluate the proposals, then forward its funding recommendations in March 2014 to the AJCA Board of Directors. Since 1988, the Foundation has awarded approximately $881,500 in seed money for selected projects. For more information about the Competitive Grants Program, contact Cari W. Wolfe, Director of Research and Genetic Programs Development, at 614/322-4453.

Gifts Made to Support Jersey Youth Educational Funds

Memorial gifts have been received in support of youth funds managed by the American Jersey Cattle Association. Gifts to the Maurice E. Core Jersey Youth Fund in memory of Carole N. Core, who passed away May 25, were made by John E. and Margie Billman, Gahanna, Ohio; Clint Collins III, Sylacauga, Ala.; Huffard Dairy Farms LC, Crockett, Va; Martha Wright, Tallahassee, Fla., and Richard J. Denier, Carmel, Calif. A contribution to Jersey Youth Academy in memory of Donald S. Sherman, recipient of the AJCA Master Breeder and Distinguished Service Awards and pastPresident of the American Jersey Cattle Association, was received from Huffard Dairy Farms LLC. Contributions to these educational and research funds are exempt from federal income taxes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. For more information on contributing to these or other permanent funds managed by the American Jersey Cattle Association, contact the Development Department at 614/322-4456.

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Western Youth Sale Provides Opportunities

Nine young Jersey breeders from four states purchased the 13 Registered Jerseys consigned to the Western Junior Jersey Spring Sale on May 11, 2013. The sale, which was held at the Clackamas County Fairgrounds in Canby, Ore., in conjunction with the Western Junior Spring Show later in the afternoon, auctioned 11 heifer calves, one open yearling and a bred heifer for an average of $1,259.62. The average is higher than it has been in years and nearly double that posted for last year. Number

Sale Analysis

1 Bred heifer 1 Open yearling 11 Heifer calves 13 Lots Median price

Avg. Price Total Value

$1,000.00 1,100.00 1,297.73

$1,000 1,100 14,275

$1,259.62 $1,000.00

$16,375

Sale Management: Clackamas County Jersey Cattle Club Auctioneer: Garry Hansen

The volume buyer of the day, Kyle Lutz of Ferndale, Calif., was also the final bidder on the high seller of the day, WC Madman Ella Mae-Twin. Lutz purchased the fancy senior calf sired by Avonlea Mischiefs Madman-ET, PA JPI -31, for $2,600. She is out of WC Otto Ella Mae, a daughter of WC Kilowatt Glance Otto, PA JPI -184. “Otto Ella Mae” was first place intermediate calf at the Georgia National Fair in 2007. Her maternal sister, WC Kilowatt Ola Marie, Very Good-86%, stood first as a junior

three-year-old at the Georgia National Fair the following year. “Ella Mae” was consigned by Allison Massey, Wartrace, Tenn. The second high seller hails from the “Anthem” cow family at Sunset Canyon Jerseys in Beaver, Ore. Ricky Milroy, North Platte, Neb., purchased Sunset Canyon Allstar J Anthem for $2,200. The intermediate calf is sired by Sunset Canyon Anthems Allstar-ET, GJPI +162. She tested free for JH1 and has a GJPI of +105 and a GPTA of +359 for Cheese Merit Dollars. Her dam, Sunset Canyon Jade S AnthemET, is a Very Good-88% daughter of Giprat Belles Jade-ET, JPI +29, with an m.e. average of 17,783–906–689 on two lactations. Her grandam, Sunset Canyon Anthems Sultan-ET, Excellent-91%, has three lactations—two of them over 19,400 lbs. milk, 980 lbs. fat and 720 lbs. protein. She was first senior three-year-old at the Western National Junior Show in 2009. She has 15 Excellent and eight Very Good maternal sisters. A full sister, Sunset Canyon Sultan Anthem-ET, was Intermediate Champion of the show held at International Dairy Week and winner of the Australian National on Farm Challenge in 2010. A maternal sister, Sunset Canyon Thunder Anthem 3-ET, Excellent-93%, produced 30,118 lbs. milk, 1,573 lbs. fat and 1,125 lbs. protein and was third overall Premier Performance Cow of The All American Jersey Show in 2005. Their dam, Sunset Canyon MBSB Anthem-ET, Excellent-95%, won the National Jersey Jug Futurity in 2000 and was Overall Premier Performance Cow of

The All American Jersey Show the same year. She topped her class at the Western National Jersey Show for three consecutive years beginning as a senior three-year-old and was also tapped Reserve Grand Champion of the show in 2000. She produced 37,087 lbs. milk, 1,732 lbs. fat and 1,383 lbs. protein 365 days in her third lactation. “J Anthem’s” fourth dam is an Excellent-90% daughter of Molly Brook Brass Major, GJPI -47, with a best record of 4-11 365 32,214 5.0% 1,601 3.6% 1,153 DHIR. The next dam is the well-known Goodnow Midnight Blue-ET, Excellent-93%, with 24,610 lbs. milk, 1,132 lbs. fat and 893 lbs. protein. The next dam has eight lactations— four of them over 20,000 lbs. milk and 900 lbs. fat—and is appraised Excellent-90%. “J Anthem” was consigned by Valery Silva of Sunset Canyon Jerseys. The Western Junior Jersey Spring Sale is open to juniors who are 21 years-of-age or younger. The sale was hosted by the Clackamas County Jersey Cattle Club. Garry Hansen was the auctioneer and Allan Hanselman read pedigrees. The event also included youth showmanship prior to the sale and a show following the sale. Sales $1,200 and Over

(Consignors in Parentheses) Kyle Lutz, Ferndale, Calif. WC Madman Ella Mae-Twin, heifer calf 6 mos............ $2,600 (Allison Massey, Wartrace, Tenn.) Ricky Milroy, North Platte, Neb. Sunset Canyon Allstar J Anthem, heifer calf 4 mos....... 2,200 (Valery Silva, Beaver, Ore.) Kinley Yount, Chehalis, Wash. Royalty Ridge Fire Light, heifer calf 2 mos.................... 2,000 (Ryan A. Lancaster, Tillamook, Ore.) Katie Hutchins, Spokane, Wash. Chasin Rainbows Topeka Holly, heifer calf 1 mos......... 1,200 (Patti Tohl, Tillamook, Ore.)

Sun Valley Farm 10350 Meda Loop Road Cloverdale, Oregon 97112 Bearl, Joanne, and Jeff Seals 503/392-5870 Tom and Jennie Seals • 503/392-4224 jennie.seals@gmail.com or sunvalleyjerseys@gmail.com

Silver Mist Farm

Kevin and Annette Thomas 2065 McCormick Loop, Tillamook, OR 97141 Phone 503/842-2658 Fax 503/842-5747 Email kevannthomas@yahoo.com

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GENETIC IMPROVEMENT

Policies Regarding Undesirable Genetic Factors Effective February 22, 1983 Revised July 27 2011, November 2, 2012, August 19, 2013 Statement of Policy Every effort should be made within the breed to identify those animals that carry undesirable genetic factors. The American Jersey Cattle Association considers it the responsibility and obligation of each member of the Association and each breeder of Jersey cattle to report to the Executive Secretary any known case of an abnormal Jersey animal. The Executive Secretary shall maintain records of abnormalities and shall make available information from such records in accordance with rules established by the Board of Directors from time to time. The Board of Directors considers it to be unethical practice to offer for sale an animal, male or female, an embryo or semen from an animal that has been designated a carrier of an undesirable genetic factor without first informing the prospective buyer of this fact. In practice this means that any advertising, descriptive material, or pedigree containing a designated carrier of an undesirable genetic factor shall carry a statement indicating designated carriers. This statement of policy is made in belief that it is in the best interests of the breed and the breeders of Jersey cattle. It is made in the belief that it will serve the position of those who have taken the more difficult, positive, open approach to this fundamental concept of ethics in the improved breeding of dairy cattle. In the long run, all serve to gain by such a policy, but only to the degree that all cooperate in the acceptance and enforcement of this policy. Identification of Undesirable Genetic Factors In determining what genetic factors are considered to be undesirable in the Jersey breed, the Board of Directors shall consider such evidence as it considers appropriate. The Executive Secretary shall make such investigations of genetic factors occurring in Jersey animals as he or she may believe necessary or advisable and shall report the results of his or her investigations to the Board of Directors. Before recommending that the Board make a determination regarding the existence of an undesirable genetic factor, the september 2013

Action On Abnormalities Excerpted from

Bylaws of The American Jersey Cattle Association Article IV, Section 4. The Executive Secretary shall make such investigations of genetic factors occurring in Jersey animals as he or she may believe necessary or advisable and shall report the results of his or her investigations to the Board of Directors. Each member and non-member of the Association shall cooperate fully in any such investigation. The Board of Directors shall determine what genetic factors are considered to be undesirable in the Jersey breed and shall take whatever action it may consider appropriate to control and limit such undesirable genetic factors. The collection, compilation and dissemination of information relating to genetic factors is hereby declared to be in the furtherance of the aims and purposes of the Association, the preservation of the high breeding standards of Jersey cattle, and the protection not only of the members of the Association but also of the public generally; and dissemination of such information is therefore, deemed to be qualified privilege. Accordingly, the Association shall publish and release such information in accordance with procedures established by the Board of Directors. In so doing neither the Association, nor its officers, directors, employees, or agents shall be liable for damages or otherwise. Executive Secretary shall consult with at least two experts whose recommendations shall be submitted to the Board. Identification of Carrier Animals When the Board of Directors shall determine that an undesirable genetic factor exists in the Jersey breed, the Board shall take whatever action it may consider appropriate to control and limit the genetic factor. Such action will include procedures to identify animals that are probable carriers of the undesirable genetic factor and to inform persons having an interest in the Jersey breed of the identity of such probable carriers. The procedures for publication of the identity of probable carrier animals, referred to as “designated” carriers, are contained in supplemental statements adopted with respect to each undesirable genetic condition. For each undesirable genetic condition the Board of Directors shall adopt a separate statement of procedures for designating animals, referred to as “Statement of Designation Procedures,” and designate an official report form to be used for reporting affected animals. The Board of Directors shall be responsible for designating animals as carriers of an undesirable genetic factor. When an animal has been designated as a carrier, the Executive Secretary shall notify the last recorded owner, the breeder, any lessee, and any third-party

nomination by regular U.S. Mail. The Board of Directors may adopt procedures and rules by which a Jersey may be progeny tested for a particular undesirable genetic factor. The rules and procedures for progeny testing are contained in supplemental statements adopted with respect to each undesirable genetic condition. The policy of the Association is to identify and designate Jersey animals as carriers of undesirable genetic factors when (1) genomic detection based on DNA analyses and/or (2) documentation of their own progeny is sufficient to accomplish designation. Publication and Release of Information Male and Female Animals The Executive Secretary shall maintain a record of all animals that have been designated carriers of an undesirable genetic factor, and designation shall be noted on all advertising, descriptive material, or pedigrees published by the Association containing reference to a designated carrier. The Association shall also notify the recorded owner, the breeder, any lessee, and any third-party nominator if the animal carries an undesirable genetic factor. (continued to page 72)

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GENETIC IMPROVEMENT (continued from page 71)

Except as provided in this statement of policies, no information concerning the genetic condition of any animal shall be released by the Association without approval of the Board of Directors. Male Animals Only When the Association receives an official report of an affected animal, the Executive Secretary shall so inform the last recorded owner, the breeder, and the lessee, if any, of the sire of such an animal by regular mail; and thereafter he or she shall routinely inform the breeder, the owner, and the lessee of that sire of the receipt of any additional reports and supporting documentation required by the applicable Statement of Designation Procedures and of such additional information as he/she shall deem appropriate. When the Association receives an official report that an animal is affected with an undesirable genetic condition and that report is accompanied by the documentation required by the applicable Statement of Designation Procedures and if the sire of the animal described in the report is the son or grandson of a designated carrier or an affected animal, the Executive Secretary shall prepare a statement containing information as he or she, in his or her sole discretion, shall deem appropriate with respect to such sire. Such statement shall be furnished to the last recorded owner, the breeder, and the lessee, if any, of the sire and to any AI organization that is currently is offering for sale semen obtained from the sire. The statement shall also be furnished to any other person who requests information from the Association concerning the sire. The identification of bulls designated as carriers of undesirable genetic factors shall be published in the Jersey Journal from time to time in such manner as the Executive Secretary shall determine. Sales For each undesirable genetic condition the Board of Directors shall establish policies for the marketing of carrier animals and their progeny in all sales sponsored or managed by the Association or Jersey Marketing Service. Limber Legs (LL) Statement of Designation Procedures Designated November 1972 Description of Condition The affected calf has little or no control Page 72

over movement of legs and is unable to stand. The calf’s legs lack normal muscling, appear loose at the joints, and can be flexed, extended and rotated without difficulty or discomfort to the calf. Usually the legs can be crossed above the dorsal side of the neck without discomfort to the calf. Requirements for Designation of Limber Legs Carrier The Board of Directors will not designated an animal a carrier of Limber Legs if the Board considers that there is a reasonable doubt that the animal is a carrier. The determination as to reasonable doubt depends upon the quality and amount of available evidence which will vary in each case. Usually, the Board will designate a carrier bull without the concurrence of the breeder, last recorded owner, and the lessee, if any, upon receipt of two or more official reports that calves sired by that bull are affected with Limber Legs if (1) the calves reported on were born in two separate herds and (2) each report is accompanied by the written statement of a veterinarian or other person (other than the person signing the official report) who, in the opinion of the Executive Secretary, is qualified to identify the Limber Legs condition describing the condition of the calf and stating whether, in his or her opinion, the calf is affected with Limber Legs. However, with the concurrence of the breeder, the last recorded owner, and the lessee, if any, the Board will usually designate a carrier bull upon receipt of one or more official report(s) that a calf sired by that bull is affected with Limber Legs if each report is accompanied by a written statement by a veterinarian or other qualified person and if a parent or any grandparent of the bull has been designated a Limber Legs carrier. Usually the Board will designate a carrier cow upon receipt of one official report that a calf delivered by that cow is affected with Limber Legs if the report is accompanied by the requisite written statement of a veterinarian or other qualified person. An extended (six generation) pedigree of the affected animal will be prepared to see if the animal traces to designated carrier animals. With respect to all sales sponsored or managed by the Association or Jersey Marketing Service, a bull shall not be accepted unless the probability of his being a carrier of Limber Legs, based on his relationship to affected animals or designated carriers, is less than 12.5%.

Daughters of designated carriers of Limber Legs shall not be accepted in any consignment sale managed by Jersey Marketing Service. Granddaughters of designated carriers shall not be accepted in the National Heifer Sale, the Pot O’Gold Sale or The All American Sale but may be accepted in other consignment sales managed by Jersey Marketing Service. Rectovaginal Constriction (RVC) Statement of Designation Procedures Designated June 1975 Description of Condition Rectovaginal Constriction (RVC) is constriction of the rectum and vagina such that the arm usually may not be inserted normally in the rectum to permit artificial breeding. An episiotomy or Caesarian section is usually required for calving. The condition may be accompanied by hardening of the udder. Requirements for Designation of Rectovaginal Constriction Carrier The Board of Directors will not designate an animal as a carrier of Rectovaginal Constriction (RVC) if the Board considers that there is a reasonable doubt that the animal is a carrier. The determination as to reasonable doubt depends upon the quality and amount of available evidence which will vary in each case. Usually, the Board will designate a carrier bull without concurrence of the breeder, last recorded owner, and the lessee, if any, upon receipt of two or more official reports that, calves sired by the bull are affected with RVC if (1) the calves reported on were born in two separate herds; (2) the bulls relationship to the calves is supported by blood typing; and (3) each such report is accompanied by the written statement of a veterinarian or other person (other than the person signing the official report) who, in the opinion of the Executive Secretary, is qualified to identify the RVC condition describing the condition and stating whether in his or her opinion the calf is affected with RVC. However, with the concurrence of the breeder, the last owner, and the lessee, if any, the Board will usually designate a carrier bull upon receipt of one or more official report(s) that a calf sired by that bull is affected with RVC if each report is accompanied by blood typing to verify parentage and by written statements of a veterinarian or other qualified person and if a parent or grandparent of the bull has direct (continued to next page)

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been designated an RVC carrier or is affected with RVC. Usually, the Board will designate a carrier cow upon receipt of one official report that a calf delivered by that cow is affected with RVC if the report is accompanied by blood typing to verify parentage and by the requisite written statement of a veterinarian or other qualified person. An extended (six generation) pedigree of the affected animal will be prepared to see if the animal traces to affected or designated carrier animals. With respect to all sales sponsored or managed by the Association or Jersey Marketing Service, a bull shall not be accepted unless the probability of his being a carrier of Rectovaginal Constriction, based on his relationship to affected animals or designated carriers, is less than 12.5%. Daughters of designated carriers of Rectovaginal Constriction shall not be accepted in any consignment sale managed by Jersey Marketing Service. Granddaughters of designated carriers shall not be accepted in the National Heifer Sale, the Pot O’Gold Sale or The All American Sale but may be accepted in other consignment sales man-

aged by Jersey Marketing Service. Jersey Haplotype 1 (JH1) Statement of Designation Procedures Designated June 2011 Revised November 2011, August 2013 Description of Condition Jersey Haplotype 1 (JH1) designates a reduction in fertility, specifically early embryonic loss, attributable to a specific haplotype on Bos taurus autosome 15 (BTA15). Subsequent investigation identified the biological cause of embryo loss as a loss-of-function mutation in the CWC15 spliceosome-associated protein homolog gene (Sonstegard et al., 2012, PLoS ONE, 8:354872). Determination of JH1 Status The Board of Directors will not designate an animal either a carrier or free of JH1 haplotype if the Board considers that there is a reasonable doubt that the animal is a carrier. The determination as to reasonable doubt depends upon the quality and amount of available evidence which will vary in each case. Official JH1 status is obtained (1) by direct observation of the loss-of-function (LOF) mutation in CWC15 in the genotype

of an animal, or (2) by use of LOF mutation test results of family members to determine if the mutation is contained in the JH1 haplotype of other genotyped animals, and reassessed as additional information is obtained from DNA analyses. With respect to all sales sponsored by the Association, a bull shall not be accepted unless designated free of Jersey Haplotype 1.

Importance of Reporting and Testing Controlling undesirable genetic factors requires (1) reporting all animals that appear abnormal or are abnormal in function; (2) scientific investigation to establish conditions which are genetic in nature; (3) labeling carriers that may transmit the condition to offspring; and (4) making this information available to people making breeding decisions. Suspected abnormal animals should be immediately reported using forms available from the Executive Secretary or from the website at www.USJersey.com.

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With the new animal disease traceability rule from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced in March, some Jersey breeders will need to adapt how they identify cattle transported across state lines. The new requirements will have the greatest impact on animals that are consigned to regional and national sales, sold via private treaty and exhibited at some shows. Under the new rule, livestock moved interstate must be officially identified and accompanied by an interstate certificate of veterinary inspection (ICVI), commonly called a health certificate. For dairy cattle, including steers, the two approved systems of official identification that must be accepted by all states are: the American Identification Number (AIN) and the National Uniform Eartagging System (NUES). The new federal traceability rule will be fully implemented by March 2015, with individual states retaining the option of accepting animal identification other than AIN or NUES for their states. Among the first dairy cattle shows to adopt the new requirements is World Dairy Expo, which has new checkin requirements for all cattle exhibited at its show in October 2013. As well, Jersey Marketing Service (JMS) now requires animals consigned to sales it manages be identified by one of the two methods. In this month’s Jersey Jargon, we’ll describe the two numbering systems, explain how this impacts Jersey breeders and answer some commonly-asked questions. AIN and NUES Jersey breeders should keep in mind that the government’s requirements for interstate movement of cattle may or may not be the same method used to register cattle with the American Jersey Cattle Association (AJCA). The animal disease traceability rule requires cattle to be identified with an approved eartag

AJCA Jersey producers who re-identify an animal to comply with the new federal traceability rule should report the new number to the AJCA. This must be done so both

SMITH HAVEN DAIRY

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K&R Jerseys

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and accompanied by a health paper marked with the same identification number. Until March 2015, the AIN system includes radio frequency identification (RFID) eartags in the 840 or 900 series as well as eight and nine-digit American ID numbers such as those used on JerseyTags. Tags manufactured prior to March 2014 with the 900 series as well as eight- and nine-digit American ID numbers will be accepted as long as they are applied to animals prior to 2015. The 840-series tags are commonly called “840 tags” because the first three digits of the identification number are 840. The 15-digit numbering system for these tags is administered by USDA. Though 840 tags have been exclusively electronic in the past, they will soon be available as non-electronic tags. The 900-series tags are commonly called “900 tags” because the first digit of their identification number is 9. These tags are sold through private companies, such as Allflex, that are responsible for their numbering systems. The AIN system also includes animals that are permanently identified by DHI eartags. NUES tags are nine-digit, metal tags obtainable from state veterinarians. Their number sequence includes two characters to identify the state, followed by three alpha characters and four numeric characters. They are commonly called “steel tags.” Animals with tags applied after March 2015 must be tagged with either 840 or NUES tags to be assured their identification will be accepted by all states. Animals already identified prior to March 15 using 900-series electronic tags, eight and ninedigit JerseyTags and DHI tags will be grandfathered in as acceptable identification of the life of the tag or animal. Dairy producers can continue to identify and register their animals using these previously-accepted tools after March 15, however, they may not be accepted for health certificates for all states.

Dale, Lisa, Wyatt & Austin Smith 18575 142nd St., Hamburg, MN 55339 Phone: 320/238-2218 Email: smithhaven.dl@gmail.com REGISTERED JERSEYS • Visitors welcome

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Dale and Judy Mill and Family 30001 Cty. Road 109, Lewiston, MN 55952 Phone: 507/523-3506 Email: judymill@hbci.com

numbers can be associated with the animal in the AJCA database. If this isn’t done, the animal’s performance and genetic data may not be linked to her registration. All 840 tags can be ordered from the AJCA, including tags for other dairy breeds. As with Jerseys, make sure you report any additional identification numbers to the appropriate breed association. Common Questions The new traceability rule has generated some confusion about the requirements for interstate movement of cattle. Listed below are some of the most common questions asked AJCA and NAJ staff members. I am using tattoos to identify my animals now. Do I have to change my method of permanent identification? The AJCA plans to continue to register animals identified with only tattoos for breeders who want to continue to use just tattoos. Animals registered with tattoos will continue to be assigned nine-digit American ID registration numbers. If the owner also purchases JerseyTags with those nine-digit numbers after registration, those nine-digit tags will be grandfathered into the ICVI system if they are applied to animals prior to March 2015. What information does my veterinarian need to include on the health paper? Your veterinarian will need to record either the AIN or NUES number from the eartag on the ICVI. This enables the animal to be visually linked to its health paper. Your vet is encouraged to include other methods of ID if they are available (registration numbers, tattoos and such), but they will be considered supplemental forms of identification. Will all shows be requiring the new official identification? All shows that accept out-of-state entries will eventually need to adopt the disease traceability requirements, but some will require them more quickly. As part of its health requirements, World Dairy Expo is among the first to require an 840-series tag, 900-series tag or Canadian RFID tag number on the ICVI, even if they are coming from a Wisconsin farm. Be sure to check health requirement rules for each show because they are all different. Do I need to obtain a premise identification number? If you use 840 tags, you will be required to obtain one before 840 tags can be ordered. The premise ID number can be obtained from the state veterinary office. For Further Information For further information on health tests for sales managed by JMS, visit http://jerseymarketingservice.wordpress.com/healthtests. For more details on the USDA Animal Disease Traceability rule, including background on the National Animal Identification System that was initiated in 2006, visit http:// www.aphis.usda.gov/traceability/downloads/ rule_movement_general.pdf. For further information about JerseyTags call the AJCA at 614/861-3636. JERSEY JOURNAL


Crabtree Crowned Michigan Jersey Queen Jersey breeders from the Great Lakes State honored their peers at the Jersey futurity held in conjunction with Michigan Dairy Expo on July 18, 2013, at the Michigan State University Livestock Pavilion in East Lansing. Jennifer Crabtree, Addison, was crowned as the 2013 Michigan Jersey Queen. The daughter of James Theodore “Ted” Crabtree and Christy Sell is a senior at Jonesville High School. After graduation, she plans to enroll in the veterinary technolCrabtree ogy program at either Baker College or Jackson Community College. She has been involved with Jerseys since she was three-years-old and recently attended the Michigan Dairy Expo for the 15th time. Her herd of six Registered Jerseys is managed with Crabtree Jerseys, owned by her grandmother, Margie Crabtree, in Addison. The first cow she owned, CJ Sukkis Expo Millena, Excellent-90%, is still in the herd today and will celebrate her 14th birthday in December. Crabtree has shown her and each of her daughters. Crabtree has participated in 4-H dairy judging and been a member of the county dairy quiz bowl team for 10 years. The Michigan Master Breeder Award was presented to Pat and Terri Wittenbach of Ionia. The couple had operated Stevencrest Farms with their family until the herd was dispersed in December 2012. In other news reported from the state Jersey organization, Paullor Jade Joy was the high seller of the Michigan Spring Sale held on March 23, 2013, in East Lansing. She was purchased by Melissa Schultz of

Paullor Jade Joy was the high seller of the Michigan Spring Sale. She was purchased by Melissa Schultz, center, for $2,200 and consigned by John Schwark, second left. Also pictured with “Joy” are Gene VanRhee, far left, Patty Palmerton, at the halter, and Colten and Ella Schwark, front. In the box are Greg Lavan, AJCA-NAJ area representative, and Chuck Chestnut, auctioneer.

Carsonville for $2,200. The two-year-old is sired by Giprat Belles Jade-ET, JPI +29, and sold due to All Lynns Louie ValentinoET, GJPI +186, days after the sale. Seven of her closest eight dams are Very Good or Excellent in Canada. She was consigned by John Schwark, Ray. Kelsie and Kamryn Atherton, Gaines, won the raffle calf that was donated to raise funds for Michigan juniors. Juniors raised $1,634.40 from the sale of tickets for Pro-Hart Region Dorene, donated by Pro-Hart Jerseys of Prescott. “Dorene” is sired by Maackdairy Region-ET, GJPI +98, and backed by four Very Good dams.

Pat Wittenbach, right, and his wife, Terri, were named Michigan Master Breeders for 2013. Michigan Jersey Cattle Club Vice President Greg Palen presents the award during the Michigan Jersey Futurity. Photo courtesy Dairy Agenda Today.

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Juniors Honored at Iowa Picnic The Maxwell family hosted the summer meeting and picnic of the Iowa Jersey Cattle Club at their farm, Cinnamon Ridge Dairy, in Donahue on July 6, 2013. The organization held a short business meeting and presented awards to juniors. Members enjoyed a picnic potluck and then toured the new facilities at the dairy. Dayle Lantzky of Hawkeye was named winner of the Iowa Jersey Achievement Award. The daughter of Brian and Heidi Lantzky is a high school senior who will attend Northeast Iowa Community College next fall and then transfer to South Dakota State University Lantzky two years later. She plans to double major in agriculture communications and agriculture business. Her herd of nine Registered Jerseys is managed with Hei-Bri Jerseys, owned by her family. The 175-cow dairy is enrolled on REAP and intensively grazed. Dayle has been involved with the family business since she can remember and today scrapes the barn before and after school and feeds calves and helps with other farm chores on the weekends. She has developed her herd with a few foundation purchases and hopes to advance the genetic level with two genotyped heifers purchased at the Heartland Production Sale IV this spring. Among her favorites is a homebred heifer, Hei-Bri Eclipes Elk, who traces to one of her first animals and topped the junior heifer class at the county fair this summer. Dayle is active in 4-H and FFA. She has been a member of dairy judging teams for both organizations and currently chairs the recruitment committee for her local FFA

A viewing area on the second floor of the milking cow facilities at Cinnamon Ridge Dairy gives visitors like Karl Zumbach the chance to watch cows lounge in the freestalls, eat at the feedbunk and head to the milking parlor. A viewing area on the ground floor allows them to see cows being milked by robotic milkers.

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chapter. She is a member of the 4-H dairy quiz bowl team that will represent the state in competition at the North American International Livestock Exposition in November. She is the reigning Fayette County Dairy Princess. In school, she sings for the chamber choir and jazz band, sits on the homecoming committee and is a member of the volleyball and track and field teams. For winning the contest, she will receive a Registered Jersey heifer calf. Rylie Pflughaupt of Vinton was Pflughaupt crowned as the new Iowa Jersey Princess. She is the daughter of Jordan and Traci Pflughaupt and a junior at Iowa State University majoring in speech communications. She grew up on Sandridge Farms, a 60-cow Registered Jersey dairy owned by her family, and got a start in the business showing cattle for her grandparents, Jim and Carol Pflughhaupt, Ja-Glo Jerseys, of Central City. Her herd of Registered Jerseys today numbers 10 head. Rylie served her local FFA chapter as president and treasurer and her 4-H club as secretary and reporter. She participated in FFA dairy judging and was a member of the floral culture team that placed first in state competition and then competed at the national level. She was a member of the high school golf team and participated speech competitions. At Iowa State, she volunteers for Habitat for Humanity, dances with Orchesis 2 and was recently inducted into the National Society of Leadership and Success. The Iowa Jersey Cattle Club Scholarship was presented to Colt Churchill of Altoona. The son of Brandon and Andrea Churchill is a freshman at Des Moines Area Community College majoring in agriculture business. Churchill has been involved with Jersey youth projChurchill ects since he began showing at the age of 10. Though the farm initially was a hobby farm, it now ships milk commercially from 15 Jersey cows. Cows are housed in a freestall barn and milked in a single-four, step-up parlor that was built into an old corn crib. Cows are pastured on 60 acres. Colt has exhibited cattle at the Iowa

State Fair each of the past 10 years. He served his local FFA chapter as president and was a member of the organization’s dairy judging team. He also served his local 4-H club as vice president. Jersey breeders toured Cinnamon Ridge Dairy, which is operated by John and Joan Maxwell, and his daughters, Amy and Kara, and brother, Edwin. The herd is enrolled on REAP and has a 2012 lactation average of 21,234 lbs. milk, 1,064 lbs. fat and 800 lbs. protein. It ranks #40 in the nation for JPI with a herd average JPI of +78 on 170 cows. Thirty-nine percent of the milking string has been genotyped. A third of the 294 heifers in the calf pens are P-level 8 or 9. The Maxwells recently expanded the Jersey herd and built new facilities with a Jersey comfort and agriculture tourism in mind. A second-story viewing area in the center of the barn gives visitors an overview of the entire facility from an aboveground perspective. They can watch cows lounge in the freestalls, eat at the feedbunk and head to the parlor to be milked. A viewing area on the first floor gives them a chance to watch cows being milked by Lely robotic milkers. The Maxwells are currently milking 200 cows and plan to be milking 260 by year-end. To grow the herd, springing heifers were purchased from the Cedarcrest Sale IV in April 2012 and the New York Fall Sale and Vermont State Sale last fall. The facility has been seen by many visitors since it opened in November 2012. A recent open house in June received nearly 350 dairy enthusiasts. Visitors have come from across the country and also from Asia, Europe and South America. The Maxwells are also producing cheese that will be marketed locally. Amy and Kara are the fifth generation to breed Jersey cattle. Both attended Jersey Youth Academy and have participated in other Jersey youth activities. Kara topped the National Jersey Youth Production Contest last year with Cinnamon Ridge Rasmus Lily.

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Reese Dairy Farm Hosts North Carolina Field Day The North Carolina Jersey Cattle Association (NCJCA) Field Day was held on July 13, 2013, in Taylorsville at Reese Dairy Farm, owned by Coy and Wanda Reese. The picturesque mountains of Alexander County were the perfect setting for the well-attended event, which included a barbeque lunch, judging contest, crowning of the new North Carolina Jersey queen and tour of Reese Dairy Farm. The event also included the North Carolina Pot of Gold Sale, which auctioned five heifers for an average of $2,035 and a high seller at $4,025. Olivia Pearson, Lincolnton, was crowned as the 2013 North Carolina Jersey Queen. The daughter of Corey and Bridgette Lutz will be a sophomore at North Carolina State University this fall, attending on a fullride scholarship and working towards bachelor’s degrees in animal science and food science. Pearson She is a member of the university’s animal science club and an ambassador with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Pearson has been involved with the Jersey business since she was two years old and recently attended the third Jersey Youth Academy in Columbus, Ohio. Her herd of 15 Registered Jerseys is managed with the family farm, Piedmont Jerseys. She has earned numerous showmanship laurels over the years. Most recently, she won senior showmanship at the North Carolina State Fair in 2011 and topped senior showmanship at The All American Junior Jersey Show in 2012. She won the state FFA dairy handling contest in 2011 and earned a gold award at the national FFA convention in 2012.

Coy and Wanda Reese hosted the North Carolina Jersey Cattle Association Field Day and the North Carolina Pot of Gold Sale at their farm, Reese Dairy Farm, in Taylorsville. The dairy has been owned by Coy’s family since 1898. Photo courtesy Aaron Tallman.

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Pearson is also active in community service. She volunteers with Relay for Life, the Soup Kitchen in Lincolnton and Amy’s House, a local shelter for women and children who are victims of domestic violence. In high school, she was a member of the National Honors Society and the Beta Club and served as class president during her high school years. Malarie Robins, the new dairy development coordinator for North Carolina Dairy Advantage, spoke about the program, which was established in 2009 to grow the dairy industry in the state. Robins reported that cow numbers and production in North Carolina are Robins now increasing after three decades of declines. The state’s dairy herd numbered 46,000 head in 2012, up from 44,000 head in 2010. Production increased to 936 million pounds in 2012 as compared to 862 million pounds in 2010. The North Carolina Dairy Advantage works with dairy producers to determine operation strengths and weaknesses, improve production and profitability and establish long term plans for viability. The program actively recruits dairy producers from other states and countries and helps them relocate to North Carolina. Jersey breeders competed in a dairy judging contest that included a class of two-year-olds and a class of three-yearolds. Dr. John Wilk, Raleigh, was the official. Avery Lutz, Blacksburg, Va., and Brian Johnson, Wadesboro, tied for first in the senior division. Ryan Menius, Woodleaf, won the junior division and earned a leather show halter for his accomplishment. A fleece blanket made by Wanda Reese and a hand-turned cherry bowl crafted by Dr. Wilk were auctioned to raise $300 for the North Carolina Dairy Youth Foundation. Wanda Reese welcomed Jersey breeders to the family farm with an entertaining rendition of “Twas the Night Before Field Day.” She and her husband, Coy, operate the 140-cow dairy with the help of two employees. Coy manages the breeding and feeding programs and oversees overall herd health. Wanda works off the farm as a registered nurse, but also does relief milking, feeds calves and lends a hand with other farm chores. One employee milks and the other helps with the management of calves and heifers and performs other farm projects.

Reese Dairy Farm is enrolled on REAP and has a 2012 AJCA lactation average of 20,079 lbs. milk, 834 lbs. fat and 714 lbs. protein on 116 lactations. The herd has an average JPI of +49 following the August 2013 genetic evaluations. Four members of the milking string rank among the top 1.5% in the nation for GJPI or JPI. Reese Dairy Farm uses JerseyMate in the herd mating program and is a member of Dixieland Jersey Sires Inc. The farm was established by Coy’s grandfather in 1898. The first Jersey came to the place in 1943 as a wedding gift for Coy’s father. The farm’s 400 acres are used for pasture and growing crops for corn silage, barley and dry hay. Cows are housed in a free stall barn bedded with sand and fed a total mixed ration. Heifers are pastured and fed a hay-based ration that is supplemented with a grain mix. North Carolina Pot of Gold Sale As mentioned previously, five heifer calves were auctioned at the North Carolina Pot of Gold Sale for an average of $2,035 and a gross of $10,175. The five juniors who made purchases are eligible to compete in the ensuing production contest for these heifers three years from now and earn back a portion of their purchase price. Number

5 Heifer calves 5 Lots Median price

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$2,035.00

$10,175

$2,035.00 $1,400.00

$10,175

Sale Management: North Carolina Jersey Cattle Association Auctioneer: Dr. Steve Washburn

The oldest heifer of the offering, Deerview Valentinos Eilene, was the high seller at $4,025. Bryson Baldwin, Statesville, placed the final bid on the daughter of the breed’s former #1 G-code bull, All Lynns Louie Valentino-ET, GJPI +190. The genotyped heifer turned a year old in (continued to page 82)

Matt Baldwin and Shelly Lutz lead North Carolina Pot of Gold heifers to the ring. The five heifers sold for an average of $2,035. Photo courtesy Aaron Tallman.

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André Crowned Queen at Ohio Picnic Jersey breeders from the Buckeye State gathered for their summer picnic at the Ohio State University (OSU) Waterman Dairy in Columbus, Ohio, on June 15, 2013. The highlight of the event was an awards ceremony that recognized seniors for production achievements and juniors for accomplishments in the queen contest. All were treated to a potluck dinner, tour of the dairy facility and fellowship with peers. Kira André, Wauseon, was crowned as the 2013 Ohio Jersey Queen. The 20-yearold daughter of Nate and Trish Andre is a student at the OSU Agricultural Technical Institute. She is a member of the OSUATI Dairy Club, which she serves as vice president, and the Hoof-N-Hide Club. André is a 10-year member of her local 4-H club and the Ohio Junior Jersey Breeders Association (OJJBA), which she has served as director-at-large, secretary and news reporter. She received the state junior Jersey organization’s junior promoter award, the outstanding girl award and the youth achievement award. She also received the Diley Family Memorial Award in 2012 and served as Ohio Jersey Princess. André was presented with the William A. Russell Memorial Scholarship and attended Jersey Youth Academy in 2011. She is a five-year member of her local FFA chapter and has earned both the state and American FFA degrees. Andre topped the state dairy entrepreneurship contest and placed among the top four in the national contest. She placed second in the state’s dairy placement contest and has served her local FFA chapter as vice president, reporter and sentinel. Molly Michael, Baltimore, was named Ohio Junior Jersey Queen for 2013. The 17-year-old daughter of Michael and Melissa Michaels is a director for the OJJBA and was selected Ohio Jersey Princess last year. She has been a member of her local 4-H club for eight years. She has been selected to represent the state at the National 4-H Dairy Conference and was named first alternate in the state dairy achievement contest. She serves her local FFA chapter as vice president and treasurer. Michael has received the Fairfield County Premier Dairy Exhibitor Award served as the county dairy princess. She also sits on the county’s junior fair board. She is working to earn the Girl Scout Gold Award and participated in the Agriculture is Cool program at the Ohio State Fair. Calla Mazzaro, Williamsfield, will serve Page 80

Ohio juniors selected to represent the Jersey breed at dairy events in 2013 include, left to right, Ohio Jersey Princess Calla Mazzaro, Ohio Jersey Queen Kira André and Ohio Junior Jersey Queen Molly Michael.

as the 2013 Ohio Jersey Princess. The 15-year-old is the daughter of Tom and Charity Mazzaro. She has been a 4-H member for seven years and joined FFA last year. She enjoys showing and has earned Supreme Champion and Supreme Champion Showmanship honors at the county fair. She has also exhibited the Reserve Grand Champion and Reserve Junior Champion of the junior show at the Ohio State Fair and the Intermediate Champion at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Junior Jersey Show. Production awards for herd averages and individual cow production in five age categories were distributed to five Ohio Jersey breeders. Dar-Re Farm, owned by the Regan Miller Family of Big Prairie, led the state for milk and protein production with a 2012 herd average of 23,229 lbs. milk, 1,005 lbs. fat and 840 lbs. protein on 106 cows. The dairy also ranks nationally for its 2012 lactation average. With an AJCA lactation average of 24,178 lbs. milk, 1,055 lbs. fat and 866 lbs. protein on 103 cows, the dairy ranks third for milk and fourth for protein. Dar-Re Farm also earned four certificates for individual cow production. DarRe Bronx Rosemary, Very Good-82%, made the high record among junior twoyear-olds on an energy corrected milk (ECM) basis with 23,956 lbs. milk, 1,267 lbs. fat, 847 lbs. protein, and 30,339 lbs. ECM. Among junior three-year-olds, Dar-Re Iatola Orbit, Excellent-91%, produced the high record for milk and protein with 27,178 lbs. milk, 1,040 lbs. fat and 933 lbs. protein. In the category for aged cows, GR Dar-Re Action ChristinP, Excellent-90%, produced the top milk and protein records with 33,175 lbs. milk, 1,123 lbs. fat and 1,134 lbs. protein. OA Dar-Re Rocket Faith, Excellent-91%, was the high-producer for fat and ECM with 24,971 lbs. milk, 1,585 lbs. fat, 1,022 lbs. protein and 36,049 lbs. ECM.

Cold Run Jerseys LLC, owned by David and James Herron, Salem, was the highfat producer in the state with a 2012 herd average of 20,007 lbs. milk, 1,054 lbs. fat and 722 lbs. protein on 243 cows. The dairy also received five certificates for individual cow production. Cold Run Lucious Rainbow, Very Good-84%, led junior three-year-olds for fat and ECM with 23,371 lbs. milk, 1,410 lbs. fat, 886 lbs. protein and 32,281 lbs. ECM. Cold Run Jerseys took home certificates for all measures of production among senior threeyear-olds. Cold Run Action Rhea, Excellent-90%, was the top milk producer with 26,318 lbs. milk, 1,119 lbs. fat and 863 lbs. protein. Cold Run Award Vetch-Twin, Excellent-91%, produced the high fat and ECM record with 23,544 lbs. milk, 1,506 lbs. fat, 817 lbs. protein and 33,083 lbs. ECM. Cold Run Jacinto Vermont, Very Good-86%, was the leader for protein with 22,987 lbs. milk, 1,363 lbs. fat and 965 lbs. protein. In the category for fouryear-olds, Cold Run Brazo Arlene, Excellent-90%, topped her peers for milk, fat, protein and ECM with 30,932 lbs. milk, 1,634 lbs. fat, 982 lbs. protein and 38,345 lbs. ECM. Two other Jersey producers received awards for individual cow production. Williams Jerseys and Erin and Jody Williams, McConnelsville, took home the award for the high-fat junior two-year-old, Shipley Impuls Vanity 1111, Very Good88%. She produced a record of 19,296 lbs. milk, 1,274 lbs. fat and 649 lbs. protein. Buttercrest Jevon Galveston, Very Good88%, owned by Buttercrest Jerseys, Croton, led senior two-year-olds for all measures of production with 25,232 lbs. milk, 1,400 lbs. fat, 904 lbs. protein and 32,890 lbs. ECM. Jersey breeders toured the Waterman Dairy Center, which sold its Holsteins to the Ohio Department of Rehabilitations and Corrections and became an all-Jersey herd three years ago. Jersey breeders learned about the facility and research being conducted at the university from OSU faculty and staff, who manned six stations across the dairy. The 100-cow herd is enrolled on REAP and has a 2012 AJCA lactation average of 16,900 lbs. milk, 806 lbs. fat and 642 lbs. protein. The dairy ranks among the top 25% in the nation for JPI with a herd average JPI of +66. Eight members of the milking string rank among the top 1.5% for JPI or Genomic JPI. With the March 2013 herd appraisal, the herd includes 10 Excellent and 84 Very Good cows and has an average appraisal of 82.6%. The dairy is situated on the OSU cam(continued to page 82)

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mid-August and has a GJPI of +163 and GPTAs of +1,015M, +50F and +40P. “Eilene’s” dam is a Very Good-88% daughter of BW Legion, GJPI +61, with a four lactation m.e. average of 19,854– 1,018–740. Her Very Good-87% grandam is sired by Windy Willow Montana Jace, GJPI +95, and has an m.e. average of 20,299–896–719 on four lactations. Her third dam is also appraised Very Good-87% and has a best record of 4-10 305 22,530 4.8% 1,085 3.6% 811 95DCR. Her fourth dam, Berretta Duncan Eilene of BRJ-ET, Very Good-85%, has six records—two of them in excess of 24,000 lbs. milk, 1,100 lbs. fat and 860 lbs. protein. Her sixth dam is Duncan Eilene of

HLF, Excellent-96%, who was named Grand Champion of The All American Junior Jersey Show in 1994 and 1995 and Supreme Champion of World Dairy Expo in 1995. She made 19,350 lbs. milk, 1,131 lbs. fat and 719 lbs. protein at 12-7. “Eilene” was bred and consigned by Charles Wayne Lutz of Mocksville. Other North Carolina juniors who made purchases in the Pot of Gold Sale were: Bryant Chapman, Taylorsville; Ace Holland, Olin; Ethan Holland, Olin; and Olivia Pearson. Sales $1,400 and Over

(Consignors in Parentheses) Bryson Baldwin, Statesville, N.C. Deerview Valentinos Eilene, heifer calf 11 mos......... $4,205 (Charles Wayne Lutz, Mocksville, N.C.) Ethan Holland, Olin, N.C. Biltmore Volcano Lilac 3425, heifer calf 9 mos............ 2,550 (Biltmore Farms, Fetcher, N.C.) Bryant Chapman, Taylorsville, N.C. CMR Winner Ariel, heifer calf 9 mos............................ 1,400 (Coy M. Reese, Taylorsville, N.C.)

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pus and landlocked within the Columbus metropolitan area. Cows are housed in loose housing bedded with sawdust. They are milked in a double-eight parallel parlor with Afimilk equipment. Heifers are raised in calf hutches until weaning. After weaning, they are moved to small pens of six or fewer calves and then transitioned to larger pens. All animals are grazed on pasture as much as possible. The farm sets aside 120 acres for the production of corn silage and 62 acres for permanent pasture. Dry hay and cottonseed are purchased. Recent facility upgrades include a new roof and poles for the loose housing barns. Waterman Dairy began shipping milk to Smith Dairy about a year ago to capitalize on premiums for high component milk.

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Active A.I. Bulls Ranked By GJPI, August 2013 The 121 Jersey bulls listed are coded as Active A.I. for the August 2013 USDA-AJCA Sire Summary. Bulls have a minimum 70% Reliability and are ranked by genomic Jersey Performance IndexTM (GJPI) which combines production and type trait information into a single economic index. JPI includes six factors: 42% PTA Protein, 15% PTA Fat, 15% FTI, 12% PTA PL, 10% PTA DPR, and 6% PTA SCS. The nine bulls that are not genomically tested, are listed with their traditionally calculated evaluation. These 121 genotyped bulls average +535M, +39F, +24P; for Lifetime Net Merit, Cheese Merit +$311; Net Merit +$278, and Fluid Merit +$255. Other group averages are Somatic Cell Score, 3.01; Productive Life, +2.0; JUI, +2.14; DPR, 0.0; Final Score, +0.9; NAME OF BULL

REG NUMBER GT JHI

and JPI +111. Appraisal Trait Rankings Predicted Transmitting Abilities (PTA) for each of the 15 breakdown traits, final score, and Jersey Udder Index (JUI) are provided on the opposite page. There are six two-way traits among the 15 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); and Teat Length (long to short). The PTAs for linear traits (with the exception of body depth) are used in the JPI calculation and are weighted by their relative economic value in increasing net income.

MILK, FAT AND PROTEIN NAAB NO. NO. % REL % % NM CODE HRDS DTRS RIP % MILK FAT FAT PRO PRO CM$ NM$ FM$ SCS PL DPR GFI %ile

WILSONVIEW JEVON MAGNUM-ET...........................USA 067010044 50K F 523JE927 21 256 40 93 1367 0.16 94 0.01 50 702 660 634 3.01 4.7 1.5 6.9 99 SWEETIE PLUS IATOLAS BOLD.................................USA 067129272 50K F 1JE711 173 938 85 98 1803 -0.06 71 -0.03 57 531 509 500 2.94 2.0 -0.1 7.7 97 SUNRISE/HACKLINE BUNGY ZIPPER........................USA 067039609 50K F 7JE1046 51 91 42 89 1439 0.02 69 0.04 60 585 515 469 3.05 2.5 0.7 3.5 98 ALL LYNNS MAXIMUM VERNON-ET...........................USA 115863998 50K F 29JE3624 41 81 14 90 1707 0.03 84 0.00 61 532 495 482 3.14 2.2 -1.0 6.5 95 SUN VALLEY IMPULS JUPITER..................................USA 115870022 50K F 29JE3615 44 102 10 92 1349 0.05 71 0.02 51 489 450 434 3.17 2.0 0.6 6.3 90 ALL LYNNS LOUIE VALENTINO-ET.............................USA 116279413 50K C 7JE1038 166 818 84 98 1555 -0.07 57 -0.03 49 428 408 399 2.94 2.1 -1.5 9.1 82 FOREST GLEN IMPULS JADESTAR...........................USA 067261893 50K F 29JE3675 16 30 93 79 879 0.14 69 0.04 40 566 497 435 2.81 2.8 0.5 6.6 96 GR CCJ GEMINIS IMPULS GATSBY...........................USA 115960668 50K F 29JE3642 51 91 29 88 1016 0.09 64 0.10 55 524 427 359 3.13 3.0 -0.6 2.9 85 HAWARDEN IMPULS PREMIER..................................USA 067107510 50K C 29JE3756 3 16 94 76 274 0.21 52 0.10 29 591 507 441 3.03 5.2 1.6 7.0 97 WILSONVIEW BLUEPRINT MADDIX-ET.....................USA 067010046 50K F 14JE539 60 151 50 92 1544 0.07 85 0.03 61 422 372 356 3.32 -0.2 0.4 5.1 76 CAL-MART NAVARA BLADE........................................USA 116490957 50K F 29JE3678 42 234 84 92 900 0.13 66 0.08 46 508 423 355 2.93 2.0 0.2 5.2 84 ISDK DJ ZUMA............................................................. DNK 000302730 50K F 236JE146 480 3,609 88 94 -128 0.24 40 0.09 12 663 579 493 2.66 7.3 2.0 2.9 99 TOLLENAARS IMPULS LEGAL 233-ET.......................USA 061929249 HD C 29JE3506 400 3,244 67 99 927 -0.05 33 0.00 33 457 431 414 2.96 4.3 1.3 5.8 86 BW RENEGADE-ET......................................................USA 115883929 50K F 200JE60 142 2,459 67 98 417 0.33 82 0.10 33 583 496 423 2.94 3.5 0.5 6.1 95 GR GABYS DALE DONOVAN-ET.................................USA 116697868 50K F 147JE6187 3 120 95 80 1000 0.07 58 0.02 37 485 449 422 2.93 4.0 0.0 5.6 90 SF IMPULS 8916...........................................................USA 114635185 50K C 1JE648 27 97 5 89 803 0.10 55 0.02 32 556 513 474 2.83 4.2 0.4 5.3 98 ALL LYNNS JEVON VINSON-ET..................................USA 116279495 50K F 11JE998 25 58 55 88 1441 0.02 69 0.00 51 481 436 403 2.89 2.2 -1.4 7.3 87 ISDK Q IMPULS........................................................... DNK 000301592 HD F 236JE3 2,594 27,341 20 99 437 0.21 58 0.13 39 541 441 366 3.12 3.5 1.2 3.0 89 ALL LYNNS RESTORE VITO-ET..................................USA 116076869 50K F 14JE533 80 290 53 95 2386 -0.27 54 -0.06 74 301 280 275 2.94 -0.8 -3.4 8.0 49 D&E PAUL-ET................................................................USA 115181456 50K F 11JE944 30 75 7 90 1360 -0.10 42 -0.02 46 345 321 310 3.02 1.5 -1.4 9.5 59 ALL LYNNS IMPULS VANCE-ET..................................USA 116160007 50K F 29JE3646 42 90 42 90 1559 -0.05 62 -0.03 50 374 364 374 3.17 1.4 -1.3 6.1 72 GR CAL-MART DALE SHAH 3947-ET..........................USA 116239312 50K F 203JE939 23 312 50 93 1219 -0.08 40 0.02 47 443 398 368 3.01 3.3 0.9 4.0 80 ALL LYNNS MAXIMUM VICTORY-ET...........................USA 115863934 50K F 7JE1010 51 108 22 92 1010 0.21 86 0.02 40 523 472 431 2.87 2.5 -1.3 5.5 94 AVON ROAD IMPULS PAT............................................USA 067070529 50K F 7JE1036 36 104 75 90 25 0.28 53 0.14 27 575 459 355 2.84 4.0 1.3 4.8 93 FAIRWAY KLASSIC KILOWATT-ET...............................USA 114656667 50K F 11JE921 63 1,370 75 97 382 0.12 41 0.06 25 523 457 397 2.84 4.5 1.9 8.8 92 PR OOMSDALE ROCKET GOOSE-ET........................USA 067027311 50K F 1JE672 64 153 69 93 1315 -0.03 53 -0.02 43 396 369 349 2.86 2.0 0.4 -1.7 74 WILSONVIEW IMPULSIVE BOOKER..........................USA 067032714 50K C 29JE3656 32 109 92 89 621 0.11 50 0.05 31 516 460 414 2.93 4.6 0.3 7.2 94 GABYS IMPULS DAVENPORT-ET...............................USA 116027632 50K F 7JE1027 55 149 50 91 762 0.07 49 0.04 34 481 437 412 3.12 4.2 1.0 5.4 88 ISDK DJ HULK.............................................................. DNK 000302595 8K F 236JE136 477 2,875 53 91 348 0.39 88 0.13 37 574 454 349 2.84 2.2 -0.2 1.7 91 GR HOCKETT RESCUE DALE DAZZLE-ET................USA 116517078 50K F 14JE544 37 108 83 90 1671 -0.23 31 -0.06 48 306 313 334 3.09 2.3 0.0 4.8 58 GR GABYS DALE BANKER-ET....................................USA 116697859 50K F 147JE6186 2 11 64 73 886 0.10 60 0.01 33 452 420 397 2.97 3.4 -0.1 7.5 84 MVF JEVON LOTTO-ET............................................840003004222446 50K F 14JE537 114 453 69 97 820 0.20 75 -0.02 26 532 506 478 2.72 4.1 0.8 9.3 96 PR OOMSDALE GRATITUDE LEXING LIAM...............USA 067027366 HD C 14JE509 73 168 8 93 1294 0.04 68 0.02 50 391 344 317 3.06 0.9 -0.6 0.0 67 TOLLENAARS IMPULS LOUIE 260-ET........................USA 061929276 50K C 14JE473 346 1,662 43 99 1312 0.01 61 -0.06 34 434 446 460 2.92 3.9 0.5 6.0 90 DUTCH HOLLOW LEXICON.........................................USA 115479865 50K F 1JE700 44 99 42 90 667 0.08 46 0.03 29 455 404 357 2.81 3.0 0.2 9.7 81 BUTTERCREST FIRESTONE.......................................USA 116650975 50K C 203JE1033 5 43 60 79 908 0.05 51 0.07 45 433 353 290 2.93 1.2 -0.3 9.6 68 LYON IMPULS AMITY...................................................USA 114523824 50K F 29JE3527 58 185 56 94 1013 -0.02 42 0.03 43 415 361 323 3.00 2.3 0.9 5.3 69 SR IMPULS STONE-ET................................................USA 114332783 50K F 1JE634 154 573 50 97 988 0.10 65 0.07 48 378 298 236 2.96 -0.2 -1.3 6.5 55 CAL-MART JACE STRUNK...........................................USA 115685866 50K F 29JE3616 37 118 5 92 841 0.00 37 0.01 31 445 407 370 2.78 3.7 0.3 8.9 81 JER BEL IMPULS INTENSE.........................................USA 116642215 50K F 14JE549 21 41 95 80 530 0.14 50 0.05 30 460 400 353 2.99 3.4 0.6 4.0 81 ALL LYNNS RESTORE VIBRANT-ET............................USA 116076850 50K F 29JE3647 108 398 71 97 1804 -0.23 37 -0.11 42 353 392 429 2.87 3.7 -1.1 8.3 79 SUNSET CANYON ANTHEMS ALLSTAR-ET..............USA 114581918 50K F 1JE654 126 1,025 80 97 76 0.45 87 0.11 23 521 428 346 2.88 1.8 -0.8 5.7 86 GABYS TBONE BRANSON-ET....................................USA 116697813 50K F 147JE6185 2 14 57 74 265 0.19 47 0.08 25 423 352 295 2.98 2.7 -0.1 9.7 68 ABBOTT OF D&E..........................................................USA 114756406 50K F 11JE928 33 135 49 92 798 0.08 52 0.04 36 418 361 316 2.94 1.9 -0.4 7.2 69 PR OOMSDALE JACE GRATUDE GANNON-ET.........USA 067010225 50K C 1JE604 1,020 8,148 26 99 1602 -0.11 51 -0.09 39 249 280 314 2.95 1.5 -0.4 3.2 49 ALL LYNNS ARTIST VIRGIL-ET....................................USA 116279459 50K F 29JE3665 74 385 78 95 1378 -0.03 58 -0.03 42 323 332 364 3.30 2.1 -0.9 6.5 63 BW KARBALA-ET..........................................................USA 115611760 HD C 11JE978 82 719 53 96 466 0.13 45 -0.01 15 386 370 351 2.81 3.2 -0.1 8.3 75 BW VENERABLE-ET.....................................................USA 114901730 50K F 200JE986 15 199 31 89 923 0.20 81 0.00 33 384 363 357 3.10 1.2 -0.6 5.8 71 GR WILSONVIEW DALE SEAN-ET..............................USA 067032711 50K F 29JE3658 35 139 88 91 1090 0.08 66 -0.03 34 389 388 400 3.14 3.2 0.1 4.9 78 SCHULTZ RESCUE HEADLINE...................................USA 114114336 HD F 29JE3510 438 3,947 72 99 1264 -0.23 14 -0.12 22 307 368 428 3.00 5.5 1.5 9.0 72 SUNSET CANYON SCF MAGNIFICENT-ET................USA 114891529 50K F 203JE722 27 563 27 94 1009 -0.04 38 0.03 42 274 218 174 2.90 -1.0 -1.4 7.9 34 MOLLY BROOK UPPERCUT........................................USA 115590739 50K F 200JE455 77 173 77 93 652 0.02 33 0.01 25 400 373 355 2.99 3.9 1.7 7.6 77 AHLEM COUNTRY CYRUS..........................................USA 114975265 50K F 11JE926 30 84 10 92 1027 -0.11 26 -0.09 20 295 336 376 3.00 3.5 1.0 7.9 65 SUNBOW MOHAWK-ET...............................................USA 115500156 50K C 203JE767 39 450 4 95 1252 -0.04 49 -0.02 41 329 301 279 2.85 1.2 -1.4 9.1 56 FOREST GLEN ACTION JR.........................................USA 067261615 50K F 7JE1048 51 94 84 90 1100 -0.05 41 -0.04 31 330 332 339 2.97 2.3 0.7 7.3 63 THREE VALLEYS MAGNUM-ET...................................USA 115089512 50K C 200JE40 29 61 2 88 813 0.03 43 0.01 32 357 322 298 2.99 2.1 -0.7 7.2 60 BARHAM MAXIMUS BLITZEN......................................USA 116256694 50K F 147JE6183 7 114 90 85 184 0.28 60 0.07 19 482 409 336 2.71 2.8 -0.1 6.3 83 GALAXIES CELEBRITY-ET...........................................USA 113586152 50K C 11JE826 381 4,166 39 99 425 0.07 32 0.00 16 343 323 302 2.87 3.3 0.2 10.9 62 STEINHAUERS IATOLA APPLEJACK..........................USA 115488982 50K F 11JE968 60 310 17 95 398 0.11 39 0.06 24 267 226 206 3.23 -0.1 0.6 8.2 37 TJF/LEE LEXNTN MAGNIFICO-ET..............................USA 116017859 50K C 29JE3630 43 96 23 90 231 0.15 38 0.08 23 416 341 273 2.85 2.4 0.3 8.0 66 SIL-MIST BLAIR FATH LINCOLN-ET............................USA 115705841 50K F 14JE519 54 109 7 92 477 0.04 29 0.05 26 341 291 252 3.00 2.7 0.1 8.5 53 THREE VALLEYS COUNTRY MILES-ET.....................USA 115089482 50K F 7JE886 87 181 20 94 717 0.09 49 0.01 27 303 276 257 2.96 1.0 -0.8 6.5 45 BW ACADEMY-ET.........................................................USA 116022712 HD F 11JE1000 130 1,157 68 98 850 -0.08 24 -0.09 13 291 334 368 2.86 4.6 0.9 7.3 64 GABYS BALLARD-ET...................................................USA 114826570 50K F 29JE3542 36 111 45 91 667 -0.03 24 -0.01 23 280 274 280 3.15 3.4 -0.2 8.8 45 RICHIES JACE TBONE A364.......................................USA 113672851 50K F 7JE1000 940 10,605 19 99 210 0.23 53 0.11 27 326 244 181 3.08 0.5 -0.8 10.8 40

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Appraisal Traits for Active A.I. Bulls Ranked By GJPI Registry Status Registry status codes PR and GR are an integral part of the AJCA registration name and NAAB short name (males only) for those animals recorded at the Provisional Register (PR) and Genetic Recovery (GR) levels, respectively. When animals are recorded in the AJCA Herd Register, the registry status code of HR is not included in the registration name. In March 2010 the rules of Genetic Recovery were amended allowing selective recording of males whose pedigrees qualify them for registry status as PR and GR, and then for continued recording of their progeny. A male at PR level will only be recorded after parentage GJPI GJPI REL NAME OF BULL

NO. HERDS

NO. TYPE DTRS REL

qualification and genomic testing and when his OA dam is genomically tested and qualified as at least 75% Jersey by approved methods. Males qualified for GR Registry status and not used for artificial insemination (A.I.) must be parentage qualified by an AJCA-approved method. For bulls used for A.I. purposes, GR registry status will be assigned only after a male is both parentage qualified and genomically tested using approved methods. JH1 Status Animals that have been determined to be carriers (C) or non-carriers (F) of the Jersey Haplotyte 1 are identfied under the JH1 heading on the previous page. For more information, contact AJCA Herd Services.

FS

ST

SR

DF

RA

RW

RL

FA

FU RH RW UC

92 96 76 81 88 96 66 83 64 84

1.0 1.8 0.4 1.3 1.3 2.3 1.4 0.3 1.4 0.7

-0.1 0.1 2.6 -0.4 -0.4 0.8 0.0 0.5 1.5 0.6 2.0 1.0 1.4 0.7 0.0 0.7 1.4 0.5 3.2 1.4

1.5 2.0 0.3 1.0 1.8 1.7 1.8 0.6 0.9 1.3

L0.9 H0.1 H0.1 L0.1 L2.0 L1.6 L1.0 L1.1 H0.1 L2.2

-0.4 0.7 0.4 0.4 0.2 0.9 0.6 0.3 0.5 1

S0.4 S0.2 P0.3 P0.2 P0.1 P0.5 P0.2 0.0 P0.4 S0.2

L0.3 S0.5 S0.4 S0.9 S0.5 S0.7 S0.9 L0.1 S1.4 S1.0

0.4 1.4 0.2 0.6 0.6 1.9 0.6 -0.5 1.2 -0.1

91 1,883 1,336 522 0 63 40 14,350 172 50

89 70 99 98 61 87 82 99 92 87

0.6 0.3 1.9 1.3 0.6 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.6 1.6

1.4 0.4 1.2 L1.0 0.5 S0.2 0.0 -0.8 -1.1 0.1 L0.6 -0.6 S0.1 L0.1 0.7 1.2 1.0 H1.0 0.3 P0.2 S0.8 1.6 0.9 1.2 L1.0 1 S0.4 S0.6 0.9 1.1 0.4 L0.5 0.9 0.0 S0.3 -2.0 -0.7 -0.3 L0.4 -0.7 P0.6 S0.8 -0.2 0.2 0.8 L0.4 0 S0.2 L0.1 1.0 0.7 0.6 L0.5 0.3 P0.5 S0.7 1.2 0.2 1.6 L1.8 0.2 P0.3 S0.5 1.8 -0.2 1.7 H0.6 -0.1 S0.4 S0.1

-0.2 0.8 0.6 0.7 D0.3 C0.6 S0.4 1.0 1.1 0.9 0.4 S2.6 C0.2 S0.8 1.9 1.0 0.8 1.0 S2.6 C2.3 S0.5 1.4 1.5 1.2 0.0 D0.2 C1.4 S0.4 0.4 1.0 0.8 1.2 S0.5 C0.5 L0.8 0.6 0.4 0.3 0.0 S0.6 C0.5 L0.1 -0.3 1.2 0.9 0.0 D1.7 W1.3 L1.4 0.3 0.7 0.6 -0.1 S0.5 W0.2 L0.2 -1.2 -0.1 -0.1 0.5 D2.3 C0.2 L1.0 0.9 2.3 1.8 1.6 S1.4 C1.1 L0.1

0.94 4.19 5.09 1.62 2.53 1.15 -0.95 1.10 -2.31 5.04

56 93 55 73 713 61 35 67 1,602 39

84 88 85 85 98 85 79 85 68 79

1.0 0.1 0.5 1.1 0.0 1.7 1.4 1.0 -1.0 0.9

0.7 0.4 1.3 1.3 -0.6 0.1 1.0 0.3 -0.8 -0.5 3.8 2.5 -0.4 0.1 -0.4 0.0 0.3 0.0 1.0 0.9

1.5 -0.1 0.3 1.2 -0.7 1.4 1.2 0.9 -0.5 0.4

0.4 -0.3 0.1 0.8 0.0 0.9 0.3 0.7 -1.0 0.4

1.54 0.23 -0.97 2.41 2.32 1.92 1.56 1.53 -0.75 1.96

0 164 90 767 33 2 62 207 67 15

64 93 89 98 81 68 84 94 87 67

1.1 0.8 0.5 0.6 1.5 1.2 0.5 0.6 1.0 1.0

1.1 1.3 1.0 0.7 2.5 1.4 2.2 0.9 0.8 0.6 0.2 0.2 1.2 1.1 2.3 0.7 0.1 0.3 0.9 1.1

0.4 H0.2 0.7 0.0 0.9 L0.9 0.8 L0.8 0.6 H0.3 1.4 L0.2 0.7 L0.7 1.3 L1.6 0.8 L1.1 0.1 H0.1

69 61 0 26 444 41 51 6 28 266

202 319 0 70 3,634 138 522 70 73 1,631

94 96 66 88 99 92 97 89 86 99

-0.4 -1.0 -1.9 0.1 L2.0 -1.0 S0.2 L0.1 1.1 1.1 0.3 0.9 L0.3 0.1 P0.2 S0.3 2.1 1.5 0.7 1.4 L0.7 0.7 S0.7 S1.2 0.9 0.3 0.7 0.4 L0.3 0.3 S0.2 S0.6 1.0 4.0 1.6 1.0 L0.6 2.1 S1.0 L0.6 0.3 0.1 -0.9 0.7 L1.8 -0.3 P0.4 S0.8 1.8 1.6 -0.4 0.6 L0.9 0.2 S0.1 S0.1 1.3 1.1 0.9 1.9 L0.2 0.6 0.0 L0.1 1.4 0.9 1.7 0.9 H0.6 1.0 P0.8 S0.7 1.5 0.9 0.4 1.1 L1.6 0.1 0.0 S0.2

-1.3 0.1 0.1 0.3 D1.3 W1.2 S0.7 -1.46 0.8 1.9 1.5 0.5 S2.4 W1.4 L0.9 4.51 2.4 1.8 1.4 1.0 S2.4 C2.4 L0.2 5.69 1.1 0.9 0.7 -0.5 S1.3 C0.2 S1.3 1.97 0.3 1.7 1.3 1.1 S0.2 W0.5 L2.0 2.56 -0.4 0.8 0.6 -0.4 D0.7 W0.9 L0.3 -0.60 2.7 1.6 1.2 0.4 S3.7 C1.3 S0.7 6.27 1.3 1.9 1.5 -0.7 S0.4 C0.5 L0.3 1.83 0.3 1.0 0.8 0.4 D0.8 C0.6 S0.3 0.53 1.3 1.5 1.2 0.2 S1.2 C0.6 S0.8 3.08

134 91 SUNSET CANYON SCF MAGNIFICENT-ET 134 86 MOLLY BROOK UPPERCUT 133 87 AHLEM COUNTRY CYRUS 131 92 SUNBOW MOHAWK-ET 131 83 FOREST GLEN ACTION JR 129 83 THREE VALLEYS MAGNUM-ET 125 76 BARHAM MAXIMUS BLITZEN 125 98 GALAXIES CELEBRITY-ET 124 91 STEINHAUERS IATOLA APPLEJACK 123 85 TJF/LEE LEXNTN MAGNIFICO-ET

15 57 28 26 22 20 2 233 48 32

193 92 72 309 37 34 11 2,766 212 67

94 82 89 96 80 82 72 99 95 86

1.5 1.2 2.1 0.1 1.3 1.5 0.5 2.1 2.0 1.6

1.7 1.2 1.0 -0.3 1.1 0.4 -0.4 -0.8 1.1 0.7 -1.1 0.1 -0.1 0.2 0.8 0.3 1.9 -0.3 0.3 0.4

0.9 L0.1 1.0 P0.4 S0.2 1.0 L0.5 0.0 S0.1 S0.4 1.5 L0.1 0.3 S0.2 S0.5 0.7 H0.7 0.1 S0.9 L0.7 1.5 H0.4 0.3 S0.6 S0.1 1.4 0.0 -0.3 S0.5 L0.2 0.2 H0.1 0.1 P0.2 S0.7 1.3 L0.4 0.7 P0.2 0.0 1.1 H1.2 0.5 P0.4 S0.7 1.2 L0.3 0.3 P0.3 S1.0

2.3 2.1 1.6 -0.1 S1.6 C0.1 L1.1 0.0 0.5 0.4 0.9 D0.2 C0.4 L0.9 1.4 2.8 2.2 1.2 S1.1 C1.7 L0.5 -0.6 -0.4 -0.3 0.2 D0.5 C0.7 S0.7 1.0 1.4 1.1 0.1 S0.1 C0.3 L0.2 1.0 2.3 1.8 0.8 D1.2 C0.9 L0.4 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.2 S0.8 C0.1 L0.2 1.8 2.1 1.6 1.6 S1.1 C1.9 0.0 2.0 2.6 2.0 0.5 S3.0 C0.9 L0.4 1.2 1.5 1.1 0.3 S0.2 C1.2 0.0

3.93 1.02 5.03 -0.76 1.68 1.77 1.39 4.90 6.25 2.13

122 86 121 89 121 94 119 86 118 99

23 44 95 22 528

50 95 671 63 6,656

84 87 98 86 99

1.2 1.5 1.5 1.2 1.9

0.3 0.9 0.9 L1.5 0.4 0.0 S0.5 1.2 0.4 1.2 L0.2 0.3 S0.4 S0.2 1.2 1.1 -0.1 H1.0 0.8 S1.0 L0.1 -0.3 -0.2 0.8 L0.8 -0.2 S0.7 S0.4 1.4 0.7 1.8 L0.7 0.9 S0.7 S1.4

1.3 1.8 1.4 0.4 S0.3 C1.8 0.0 1.5 2.1 1.7 0.6 S0.7 C0.9 L1.1 3.0 1.4 1.1 0.1 S3.1 C1.0 S1.1 1.2 1.5 1.2 1.1 S1.1 C0.7 L0.5 1.5 1.1 0.8 1.2 S0.6 C3.2 L0.8

2.69 3.52 5.35 3.72 3.26

237 227 221 214 194 190 190 183 180 179

88 93 80 84 86 93 72 81 69 85

WILSONVIEW JEVON MAGNUM-ET SWEETIE PLUS IATOLAS BOLD SUNRISE/HACKLINE BUNGY ZIPPER ALL LYNNS MAXIMUM VERNON-ET SUN VALLEY IMPULS JUPITER ALL LYNNS LOUIE VALENTINO-ET FOREST GLEN IMPULS JADESTAR GR CCJ GEMINIS IMPULS GATSBY HAWARDEN IMPULS PREMIER WILSONVIEW BLUEPRINT MADDIX-ET

16 80 24 22 30 93 5 32 2 32

160 300 36 35 65 246 6 58 2 59

18 283 227 90 0 10 16 1,097 47 21

ALL LYNNS IMPULS VANCE-ET GR CAL-MART DALE SHAH 3947-ET ALL LYNNS MAXIMUM VICTORY-ET AVON ROAD IMPULS PAT FAIRWAY KLASSIC KILOWATT-ET PR OOMSDALE ROCKET GOOSE-ET WILSONVIEW IMPULSIVE BOOKER GABYS IMPULS DAVENPORT-ET ISDK DJ HULK GR HOCKETT RESCUE DALE DAZZLE-ET

27 15 31 24 38 33 17 16 273 17

GR GABYS DALE BANKER-ET MVF JEVON LOTTO-ET PR OOMSDALE GRATITUDE LEXING LIAM TOLLENAARS IMPULS LOUIE 260-ET DUTCH HOLLOW LEXICON BUTTERCREST FIRESTONE LYON IMPULS AMITY SR IMPULS STONE-ET CAL-MART JACE STRUNK JER BEL IMPULS INTENSE

0 72 47 195 13 2 25 61 22 9

151 92 ALL LYNNS RESTORE VIBRANT-ET 151 93 SUNSET CANYON ANTHEMS ALLSTAR-ET 150 69 GABYS TBONE BRANSON-ET 146 86 ABBOTT OF D&E 143 98 PR OOMSDALE JACE GRATUDE GANNON-ET 140 89 ALL LYNNS ARTIST VIRGIL-ET 140 93 BW KARBALA-ET 139 85 BW VENERABLE-ET 138 84 GR WILSONVIEW DALE SEAN-ET 136 97 SCHULTZ RESCUE HEADLINE

179 85 CAL-MART NAVARA BLADE 175 85 ISDK DJ ZUMA 174 97 TOLLENAARS IMPULS LEGAL 233-ET 174 94 BW RENEGADE-ET 173 71 GR GABYS DALE DONOVAN-ET 172 84 SF IMPULS 8916 169 82 ALL LYNNS JEVON VINSON-ET 168 99 ISDK Q IMPULS 167 90 ALL LYNNS RESTORE VITO-ET 167 86 D&E PAUL-ET 166 165 163 163 162 161 160 159 158 157

84 86 85 83 94 86 82 84 84 82

157 67 157 92 156 88 156 97 156 84 155 73 155 87 154 93 152 87 152 71

SIL-MIST BLAIR FATH LINCOLN-ET THREE VALLEYS COUNTRY MILES-ET BW ACADEMY-ET GABYS BALLARD-ET RICHIES JACE TBONE A364

L0.7 L0.2 L1.4 L0.4 L1.0 H1.2 L1.0 L0.3 H0.2 H0.7

0.3 0.6 0 0.5 -0.8 2.8 -0.2 -0.5 -0.1 0.7

P0.8 P1.0 P0.4 P0.1 S0.9 P0.2 P0.3 P0.1 S0.6 S0.2

S1.1 L0.1 S0.8 S0.4 L1.0 S0.7 S0.5 S0.1 L0.5 L0.2

0.9 P0.2 S0.9 0.4 S0.9 L0.3 1.2 P0.4 S0.4 0.5 0.0 S0.8 0.3 0.0 S0.5 0.2 P0.2 S0.2 0.8 P0.3 S0.1 0.9 S0.7 S0.5 0.1 P0.3 S0.3 0.7 P0.7 S0.6

1.8 2.5 1.4 1.1 1.9 2.4 1.5 0.7 1.4 0.8

UD

TP

1.4 0.8 D1.1 W0.1 2.0 -0.3 S1.4 C1.0 1.1 0.4 D0.5 W1.2 0.8 0.6 D0.5 C0.6 1.5 -0.1 D0.3 C0.8 1.9 0.2 S1.6 C1.6 1.1 0.7 S0.2 C1.5 0.5 0.8 D1.5 0.0 1.1 0.8 S1.7 C0.6 0.6 -0.7 D1.3 W0.5

1.7 1.4 0.3 0.4 0.3 -0.2 0.0 0.0 0.1 1.1 0.8 0.5 1.1 0.8 0.3 1.2 0.9 0.4 1.2 0.9 1.0 1.3 1.0 0.2 -1.5 -1.2 0.0 1.0 0.8 0.5

D0.3 S0.2 D1.1 S0.8 S1.3 S0.4 D0.4 0.0 S0.9 S0.5

C0.2 W0.3 C0.2 C0.7 W1.1 W0.6 C0.5 C0.8 W0.9 C0.8

TL

JUI

L1.8 L0.3 L0.6 L0.7 L0.4 S0.4 S0.3 L0.1 L0.5 L1.7

1.17 3.76 0.94 1.12 1.46 4.50 2.32 -0.42 3.96 -1.33

L0.5 L0.9 L0.1 S1.1 S0.8 L1.8 0.0 0.0 S0.3 L0.4

0.9 1.3 1.0 1.0 S0.6 C0.4 L0.7 0.2 1.0 0.8 0.6 D0.7 C0.1 L1.5 -0.5 0.7 0.5 -0.3 D0.2 W1.0 L0.9 0.0 0.4 0.3 0.5 S0.2 W0.7 0.0 1.7 1.6 1.2 0.8 S1.5 C1.0 L0.1 0.0 0.9 0.7 0.5 D1.0 C1.6 S0.9 0.4 0.6 0.4 -0.5 S0.2 C0.1 S0.3 -0.3 0.6 0.5 0.1 S0.5 C0.3 S0.7 0.3 1.0 0.8 1.0 D0.1 C1.3 L0.3 1.1 1.0 0.8 0.4 S1.5 C0.4 L0.1

2.83 0.72 -0.16 0.88 4.08 0.33 0.36 1.04 1.81 3.05

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Active A.I. Bulls Ranked By GJPI, August 2013 NAME OF BULL

REG NUMBER GT JHI

MILK, FAT AND PROTEIN NAAB NO. NO. % REL % % NM CODE HRDS DTRS RIP % MILK FAT FAT PRO PRO CM$ NM$ FM$ SCS PL DPR GFI %ile

FOREST GLEN ARTIST KARL.....................................USA 067037285 50K F 29JE3509 124 GABYS AMOROUS-ET.................................................USA 115335752 50K F 29JE3593 63 FREEMAN BLACKSTONE SHINE-ET..........................USA 067251066 50K C 7JE1071 43 SUN VALLEY REBEL HESSTON-ET............................USA 114630573 50K F 203JE772 11 TOLLENAARS ARTIST LYNDON-ET............................USA 061929278 50K F 29JE3508 97

898 67 97 551 0.16 55 0.05 29 335 289 261 3.13 1.2 -0.7 4.9 51 136 0 92 601 0.11 47 0.02 24 347 308 269 2.78 1.4 -0.3 8.5 57 144 93 90 71 0.25 50 0.11 23 350 273 218 3.17 2.4 -1.2 8.5 44 67 3 88 627 0.01 32 -0.01 21 295 278 265 2.93 2.3 -0.5 8.4 46 751 67 97 679 0.01 34 -0.04 16 305 322 341 3.02 3.2 0.9 6.1 60

AHLEM ACTION ACCESS............................................USA 114725963 50K F 14JE483 88 253 61 95 1022 -0.16 17 -0.05 28 202 210 223 3.01 0.9 0.3 10.0 31 DUTCH HOLLOW IMPACT-ET......................................USA 114698591 50K F 76JE158 47 88 16 91 1250 -0.11 35 -0.03 37 219 220 231 3.07 0.0 0.2 5.8 35 FOREST GLEN ARTIST ALEXANDER........................USA 067037158 50K F 14JE472 264 1,559 41 98 132 0.17 37 0.04 12 416 379 346 2.93 4.6 1.4 6.3 77 SUNSET CANYON LUCIUS-ET....................................USA 115320723 50K F 203JE763 31 727 5 95 519 0.10 43 0.02 23 270 239 218 3.03 0.3 1.0 7.5 39 SUNSET CANYON MAXIMUM-ET...............................USA 111950696 50K F 203JE607 334 8,430 31 99 -6 0.42 76 0.09 17 437 368 311 3.02 2.8 -0.2 4.3 72 SUNSET CANYON KYROS-ET....................................USA 114704155 50K F 7JE865 106 181 31 94 811 0.05 47 0.01 31 189 167 162 3.15 -0.6 -1.6 7.0 22 MAACK DAIRY ECLIPES-P-ET.....................................USA 114845461 50K F 7JE860 302 1,303 83 98 434 0.13 45 0.03 22 224 185 154 2.96 0.5 -1.9 8.4 27 BUTTERCREST SUCCESS-ET....................................USA 115517525 50K F 7JE962 110 290 59 94 147 0.17 38 0.06 16 269 224 190 3.05 0.6 -0.9 9.6 36 CHASIN-RAINBOWS ACT RILEY-ET...........................USA 067029404 50K F 7JE859 77 377 58 95 332 -0.08 1 -0.02 8 261 266 269 2.93 4.4 1.2 8.5 42 LONGVIEW ROCKET BIG BOY....................................USA 114890649 50K C 76JE157 33 50 12 88 331 0.09 31 0.03 16 251 224 204 3.01 1.4 1.0 9.1 36 FOREST GLEN VD JADES JIMMIE-ET........................USA 112894928 50K C 14JE408 248 1,188 16 98 392 -0.11 -3 0.07 26 238 182 142 3.06 1.4 0.0 9.5 26 FOREST GLEN JACE ADDISON..................................USA 067037421 50K C 506JE172 21 318 23 91 744 0.01 36 0.01 28 236 214 202 3.03 1.0 -1.1 11.0 32 DUTCH HOLLOW ABRAM-ET......................................USA 115348079 50K F 14JE503 48 91 2 91 288 0.10 32 0.07 23 314 246 187 2.88 2.2 -1.0 7.4 40 AHLEM JACE SENTRY-ET............................................USA 113978377 50K C 147JE6173 7 167 49 86 269 0.00 12 0.01 11 297 272 241 2.75 3.2 -0.7 11.4 43 BW SUREFIRE..............................................................USA 114204404 HD F 200JE9826 79 531 42 95 142 0.00 6 0.01 6 219 215 218 3.09 3.1 1.5 6.4 33 LENCREST BLACKSTONE-ET.................................... CAN 102058939 50K C 200JE423 1,242 5,912 25 99 322 0.10 32 0.06 23 205 158 129 3.17 0.5 -1.0 7.9 21 IRISHTOWNS B127 IATOLA JEBB-ET.........................USA 115415962 HD F 14JE517 74 159 6 94 412 0.02 23 -0.03 10 191 191 189 2.88 0.5 -0.1 8.4 27 NORSE STAR LEGION BARRY-ET..............................USA 115783229 50K C 203JE765 21 164 6 91 740 -0.06 23 -0.04 19 143 155 170 3.01 0.6 -0.4 9.4 20 SR JACE CHIEF-P-ET...................................................USA 114000073 50K F 14JE470 106 330 12 96 1024 -0.05 37 -0.06 23 191 231 283 3.25 1.8 0.3 9.3 38 SUNSET CANYON BELVEDERE-ET............................USA 114495974 50K C 7JE840 42 105 7 93 413 0.03 25 -0.01 14 172 165 163 3.01 1.3 -1.2 9.6 22 ISDK DJ LIRSK............................................................. DNK 000302098 8K F 228JE118 868 10,670 15 93 -759 0.46 47 0.20 9 434 303 186 2.92 3.1 0.6 2.2 57 ISNZ HAWTHORN GROVE ZEUS-ET.......................... NZL 000304119 190JE38 1,092 4,146 36 88 -412 0.33 40 0.11 4 365 297 238 2.78 3.1 1.4 2.6 54 BW LEGIONAIRE-ET....................................................USA 113459922 50K F 76JE145 67 229 14 93 314 0.12 37 0.02 14 136 124 125 3.17 -0.4 -0.5 10.5 16 LENCREST ON TIME-ET............................................. CAN 101962790 50K C 200JE430 577 1,968 40 98 30 0.06 11 0.09 16 188 134 98 3.19 1.2 -1.4 8.2 18 WF IATOLA SHOCKER-ET...........................................USA 115613454 50K F 203JE918 22 193 36 91 -1 -0.02 -4 0.04 7 137 110 89 3.04 1.4 0.2 8.0 14 ISNZ NOAKES NEVVY SJ2.......................................... NZL 000301104 190JE29 5,987 55,868 2 83 -866 0.45 40 0.23 10 343 197 70 3.00 0.9 1.5 1.1 29 BW LEGION...................................................................USA 110226426 50K F 505JE101 787 3,517 3 99 119 0.12 29 0.01 5 184 175 167 2.97 1.9 -0.2 9.9 24 SV JADE HIRED GUN-ET.............................................USA 115093063 50K F 94JE3720 149 351 25 96 -828 0.26 8 0.13 -8 271 211 163 3.13 4.8 2.0 4.3 31 FAIRWAY MYGENT DALLAS-PP..................................USA 115181885 HD F 7JE953 65 102 18 91 581 -0.13 3 -0.01 19 72 82 111 3.33 1.7 -0.5 7.4 10 ISNZ MAGHERACANON DODDY GR.......................... NZL 000300047 190JE25 5,599 30,337 3 91 -495 0.36 42 0.18 14 312 194 92 2.94 1.5 1.4 1.7 28 NOBLEDALE VICTORIAS SIMON-ET..........................USA 113514861 44JE516 15 116 5 84 647 -0.02 26 -0.02 19 111 111 114 2.96 0.4 -1.4 7.8 15 ARETHUSA RESURRECTION VALENTINO-ET..........USA 115016190 80K F 76JE160 11 13 23 78 -516 0.21 14 0.10 -1 233 181 140 3.12 3.0 0.5 4.8 25 MILLSTREAM BELLRINGER........................................USA 113757011 50K F 506JE171 100 4,286 12 98 128 0.18 40 0.03 9 119 109 112 3.21 0.8 -1.9 9.4 13 FASTLANE ANDY..........................................................USA 113420409 50K C 506JE170 32 251 31 93 446 -0.06 9 -0.01 14 71 70 73 3.03 -0.3 0.1 8.6 9 FAMILY HILL CIRCUS ENCORE-ET.............................USA 116412328 50K F 203JE950 10 136 67 87 -275 0.11 8 0.00 -10 140 150 159 3.04 2.2 0.9 7.1 18 JENKS PARKER............................................................USA 114053642 147JE6082 9 23 13 73 805 -0.18 3 -0.09 12 37 85 129 3.11 0.3 0.2 7.8 11 SUNBOW NUGGET-ET.................................................USA 113707397 8K C 44JE515 17 67 31 88 485 -0.03 16 -0.01 15 101 94 90 2.96 0.6 -1.1 10.0 12 SUNSET CANYON MARINER-ET................................USA 111953569 50K F 76JE134 167 668 6 97 -473 0.30 34 0.14 10 130 52 1 3.35 0.2 0.8 6.0 8 ISNZ DONALDS EDIFY................................................. NZL 000304132 190JE39 3,690 19,991 22 85 -873 0.36 23 0.15 -4 241 153 74 2.98 1.8 1.6 2.3 19 ELLIOTTS GOLDEN VOLTAGE-ET...............................USA 113948013 50K F 76JE147 60 86 4 90 -757 0.20 2 0.07 -13 149 109 69 2.95 1.8 0.5 6.9 13 VALOR OF OBLONG VALLEY-ET.................................USA 114327763 91JE4613 21 58 24 85 -743 0.33 24 0.07 -14 163 131 100 2.91 1.8 -0.5 7.4 17 JENKS SYMPHONY LARRY.........................................USA 113493791 147JE6069 22 71 7 85 224 -0.10 -8 -0.05 -2 33 68 99 2.96 0.9 1.1 8.3 9 WF BOMBER APOLLO.................................................USA 113623437 50K F 76JE151 27 55 4 87 -505 0.10 -6 0.02 -13 9 16 30 3.26 1.5 0.8 7.2 7 DUTCH HOLLOW LT COLONEL-P-ET.........................USA 115006894 80K F 76JE159 19 27 22 83 -38 0.03 4 0.04 5 -31 -42 -41 3.24 -0.7 0.0 7.6 4 DUTCH HOLLOW MAGISTRATE-P-ET........................USA 112232108 50K C 76JE136 46 117 5 93 -126 0.19 29 0.05 4 -1 -29 -49 3.06 -1.6 -1.3 8.1 5 WF BROOK BOMBER...................................................USA 110021067 50K F 76JE119 771 3,586 3 99 564 -0.06 14 -0.08 5 -175 -111 -37 3.35 -2.9 -0.1 8.4 2 DUTCH HOLLOW MISSILE-P-ET.................................USA 113916065 50K F 76JE150 43 79 0 92 666 -0.20 -8 -0.14 -4 -190 -78 33 3.32 -0.3 0.4 9.2 3 ISNZ ROCKHAVEN FOREVER SAM........................... NZL 000300129 190JE26 2,395 7,307 6 87 -977 0.37 20 0.11 -16 64 12 -37 2.81 -1.5 1.2 1.4 6 BRIDON REMAKE COMERICA-ET............................. CAN 008422994 HD F 200JE131 1,248 3,384 10 99 -1157 0.25 -10 0.04 -34 -218 -216 -218 3.06 -2.0 -0.9 4.4 1 TOWER VUE PRIME TEQUILA-ET...............................USA 114816452 HD F 76JE156 169 332 31 96 -1361 0.27 -17 0.12 -28 -267 -302 -327 3.26 -2.2 -1.7 3.7 0 ELLIOTTS RENAISSANCE DELUXE...........................USA 111177435 50K F 76JE135 492 969 4 99 -1625 0.25 -33 0.14 -35 -252 -292 -324 3.24 -1.3 1.0 3.1 0

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Appraisal Traits for Active A.I. Bulls Ranked By GJPI JPI JPI REL NAME OF BULL

NO. HERDS

NO. TYPE DTRS REL

FS

ST

SR

DF

RA

RW

RL

FA

FU RH RW UC

UD

TP

TL

JUI

116 92 116 87 114 82 108 83 108 92

FOREST GLEN ARTIST KARL GABYS AMOROUS-ET FREEMAN BLACKSTONE SHINE-ET SUN VALLEY REBEL HESSTON-ET TOLLENAARS ARTIST LYNDON-ET

55 40 10 9 37

185 75 24 43 129

93 85 77 85 91

0.6 1.1 1.7 0.5 1.1

-0.1 -0.1 1.1 0.2 1.1 0.1 -0.8 -0.7 0.1 0.4

0.2 H0.1 -0.1 S0.1 S0.9 1.0 L1.6 0.2 P0.3 S0.3 0.8 L1.0 0.2 P0.8 S0.1 0.1 0.0 -0.7 S0.1 L0.1 0.6 H0.9 0.2 P0.4 S1.2

0.9 0.4 0.3 -0.4 S1.1 C0.4 L1.4 0.8 0.9 0.7 0.0 S0.4 C0.7 L0.3 1.5 1.6 1.2 0.4 S1.8 C0.2 L0.9 0.6 1.1 0.8 1.0 S0.7 W0.2 S0.1 1.0 1.0 0.8 0.1 S1.4 C0.1 S0.1

1.39 1.45 3.90 2.58 2.63

107 90 106 85 106 96 105 92 103 98 98 88 98 94 98 88 98 90 97 82

AHLEM ACTION ACCESS DUTCH HOLLOW IMPACT-ET FOREST GLEN ARTIST ALEXANDER SUNSET CANYON LUCIUS-ET SUNSET CANYON MAXIMUM-ET SUNSET CANYON KYROS-ET MAACK DAIRY ECLIPES-P-ET BUTTERCREST SUCCESS-ET CHASIN-RAINBOWS ACT RILEY-ET LONGVIEW ROCKET BIG BOY

46 28 168 21 148 58 111 59 42 19

92 59 845 259 1,531 97 314 106 103 30

89 87 98 95 99 82 95 85 91 81

1.1 0.8 0.3 0.7 0.5 1.4 1.9 1.8 1.7 1.0

0.5 -0.5 1.3 L1.0 -0.6 S0.3 S0.5 0.4 0.3 1.3 L0.7 0.2 P0.2 S0.3 -0.7 -0.3 0.1 H1.2 -0.5 P0.1 S0.3 1.1 0.0 0.4 L0.4 0.7 S0.4 S0.3 0.0 0.8 0.3 L0.7 0.3 S0.3 S0.7 1.7 0.7 1.6 L0.6 0.5 S0.3 S0.7 1.3 0.6 2.2 L1.4 0.3 S0.9 L0.1 -0.3 -0.8 0.7 H0.9 -0.1 P1.0 S0.5 0.9 0.2 0.7 H0.1 0.2 S0.1 S0.7 2.1 0.3 1.3 H0.7 0.9 S0.4 0.0

0.5 1.1 0.9 1.1 0.0 C1.2 L0.1 0.3 0.4 0.3 -0.6 D1.1 C0.5 S0.2 0.7 -0.5 -0.4 -0.6 S1.7 C0.2 S0.5 0.1 0.8 0.6 0.0 S0.3 C0.4 L0.1 1.0 -0.1 -0.1 -0.5 D0.2 C0.9 L0.4 1.0 1.6 1.3 0.0 S1.3 W0.6 L0.8 1.3 1.9 1.5 1.8 S0.5 C2.5 L0.8 1.7 2.3 1.8 0.5 S1.9 C1.1 L1.0 1.7 1.5 1.2 1.2 S2.0 C1.6 L0.3 1.8 1.1 0.9 -0.3 S2.2 C0.1 L0.1

2.14 -1.15 1.00 1.02 -0.33 2.89 4.25 4.85 4.95 3.43

96 97 FOREST GLEN VD JADES JIMMIE-ET 94 88 FOREST GLEN JACE ADDISON 92 86 DUTCH HOLLOW ABRAM-ET 90 83 AHLEM JACE SENTRY-ET 87 91 BW SUREFIRE 86 98 LENCREST BLACKSTONE-ET 81 89 IRISHTOWNS B127 IATOLA JEBB-ET 80 87 NORSE STAR LEGION BARRY-ET 79 93 SR JACE CHIEF-P-ET 79 88 SUNSET CANYON BELVEDERE-ET

164 10 30 3 38 826 34 11 62 33

724 196 62 115 275 3,441 62 137 145 71

98 94 86 91 96 99 86 93 93 89

1.3 -1.5 -1.4 1.3 H0.3 -0.9 P0.7 0.0 0.6 -0.3 -0.2 1.0 H0.2 -0.2 0.0 S0.3 0.2 0.2 0.3 0.4 L2.1 0.0 S0.5 S0.1 1.0 0.1 -0.8 0.1 H1.4 -0.2 P0.8 S1.3 1.3 1.6 0.4 0.2 H0.7 1.5 P0.9 S1.2 1.5 0.7 0.2 1.1 L0.9 0.3 P1.0 L0.2 1.7 1.1 -0.4 0.6 H0.9 0.4 P0.7 S1.3 0.9 0.8 -0.2 0.8 H1.3 0.5 S0.9 0.0 0.3 -0.1 -0.1 0.5 H0.7 -0.2 P0.9 S0.6 1.6 2.0 0.4 0.4 H0.9 0.8 S0.1 S0.7

0.6 1.9 1.4 0.2 S0.5 0.0 S0.2 2.37 0.3 0.6 0.5 0.8 D0.7 C2.0 0.0 0.79 0.2 0.6 0.4 -0.1 D0.2 C0.3 L1.2 0.26 1.1 0.8 0.6 0.9 S2.0 C0.9 L0.8 3.83 2.6 1.4 1.1 0.1 S2.8 C0.5 0.0 4.88 1.4 1.6 1.2 -0.2 S1.3 C0.8 S0.3 2.92 1.6 1.1 0.9 0.7 S2.3 C1.8 L0.6 4.49 1.8 0.9 0.7 -0.4 S1.9 W0.5 S0.5 2.79 -0.2 0.2 0.2 -0.3 D0.7 C0.4 L0.6 -0.78 2.3 1.8 1.4 -0.1 S3.1 W0.1 L0.5 5.18

79 89 ISDK DJ LIRSK 78 77 ISNZ HAWTHORN GROVE ZEUS-ET 71 89 BW LEGIONAIRE-ET 66 95 LENCREST ON TIME-ET 62 86 WF IATOLA SHOCKER-ET 61 72 ISNZ NOAKES NEVVY SJ2 61 99 BW LEGION 58 92 SV JADE HIRED GUN-ET 56 85 FAIRWAY MYGENT DALLAS-PP 56 85 ISNZ MAGHERACANON DODDY GR

412 139 40 373 11 3 502 119 28 252

6,338 532 166 1,155 97 8 2,528 244 46 773

84 -0.3 1.2 1.2 -0.7 L1.3 0.4 P0.9 S1.4 58 -0.7 -1.6 1.1 -1.7 H1.4 1.2 P0.1 L0.1 94 1.7 1.0 -0.4 1.8 H0.6 0.4 S0.8 S0.1 97 2.4 0.2 -0.1 1.0 H2.2 0.2 P1.1 S1.1 89 1.4 1.8 -0.1 -0.4 H2.7 1.3 P1.1 S1.0 40 -1.9 -1.4 0.1 -3.0 H0.2 0.1 P0.1 L0.9 99 1.8 1.2 1.3 1.1 H0.9 1.2 S0.7 S0.3 94 1.7 2 1.2 0.2 H2.2 1.9 P0.6 S1.2 84 0.7 -0.3 -0.5 1.0 L0.3 -0.5 S0.2 S0.3 70 -1.8 1.0 2.8 -2.1 L0.1 1.8 S0.2 S0.3

0.4 -0.8 -0.6 -0.9 S1.4 W0.1 L0.3 0.10 0.4 -1.3 -0.8 0.8 D0.1 C0.5 S0.4 -0.19 2.2 1.7 1.4 -0.2 S1.5 C1.9 S1.3 3.63 3.0 2.5 2.0 -0.3 S1.9 C1.0 L0.2 4.74 2.0 1.0 0.8 0.4 S3.8 C0.5 L1.1 5.63 -0.4 -1.4 -1.8 -0.4 S0.3 W0.2 0.0 -1.77 3.1 1.3 1.0 -0.3 S1.7 C1.8 S0.5 3.62 2.8 0.8 0.6 0.5 S2.7 C1.7 S0.3 4.78 -0.2 0.7 0.5 0.8 S0.2 C0.8 L0.4 1.45 -1.0 -2.1 -1.1 0.3 D1.3 C0.6 S0.4 -2.69

53 79 NOBLEDALE VICTORIAS SIMON-ET 53 73 ARETHUSA RESURRECTION VALENTINO-ET 47 97 MILLSTREAM BELLRINGER 46 88 FASTLANE ANDY 44 83 FAMILY HILL CIRCUS ENCORE-ET 42 66 JENKS PARKER 34 83 SUNBOW NUGGET-ET 31 95 SUNSET CANYON MARINER-ET 29 71 ISNZ DONALDS EDIFY 26 85 ELLIOTTS GOLDEN VOLTAGE-ET

9 7 56 13 7 6 9 76 2 27

77 9 1,566 29 83 13 33 234 6 34

87 71 99 82 87 64 83 95 33 84

0.7 1.9 1.4 0.4 1.6 0.6 -0.2 -0.1 -0.9 1.6

2.1 0.5 1.0 H0.3 0.4 S0.4 S0.3 0.3 0.3 0.9 H1.7 0.7 P0.9 S1.5 0.1 -1.1 1.7 H0.5 -0.5 S1.1 L0.2 0.9 -0.8 0.7 L1.1 -1.2 S0.4 L0.6 1.3 -0.7 0.3 H1.1 0.3 P1.3 S1.4 -1.6 -1.0 0.7 H0.8 -0.8 S0.4 L0.3 -0.4 -0.2 -0.1 H0.2 -0.2 0.0 S0.3 2.0 1.3 -0.4 H0.1 1.2 S0.1 S0.3 -1.9 0.6 -1.9 H0.8 0.3 P0.1 L0.1 0.2 -0.3 0.6 H1.5 0.3 P0.2 S1.0

0.7 0.5 0.5 0.3 S0.1 C0.4 L0.3 2.7 0.8 0.6 0.3 S1.8 C2.3 L0.4 1.8 0.9 0.7 0.2 S0.9 C1.8 0.0 0.1 0.8 0.6 -0.2 S0.8 C0.6 S0.4 1.8 1.4 1.1 0.2 S3.5 C1.2 L0.4 0.6 1.2 1.0 -0.5 D0.1 C0.4 L0.1 -0.8 -0.4 -0.3 0.4 D1.1 W0.3 L0.3 -0.5 -1.0 -0.8 0.2 S0.6 W0.6 L1.2 0.1 -1.2 -0.7 0.5 D0.5 C0.4 S0.4 2.6 1.6 1.2 0.1 S2.8 C1.5 S0.2

1.09 3.74 2.53 1.37 5.49 0.73 -1.35 -0.28 -0.85 5.11

S1.1 0.0 L1.1 S0.7 S0.8 L0.6 0.0 S0.5 S0.1 L1.5

4.57 1.15 6.12 1.09 0.44 0.06 1.09 -1.23 5.17 6.70

L1.5

2.55

25 22 13 5 1 -14 -19 -24 -81 -89

76 78 83 78 88 98 87 78 98 91

VALOR OF OBLONG VALLEY-ET JENKS SYMPHONY LARRY WF BOMBER APOLLO DUTCH HOLLOW LT COLONEL-P-ET DUTCH HOLLOW MAGISTRATE-P-ET WF BROOK BOMBER DUTCH HOLLOW MISSILE-P-ET ISNZ ROCKHAVEN FOREVER SAM BRIDON REMAKE COMERICA-ET TOWER VUE PRIME TEQUILA-ET

15 12 17 12 18 477 23 133 862 112

22 48 39 20 29 2,062 51 327 2,257 232

69 82 85 77 82 99 84 61 99 93

1.6 0.2 1.4 0.5 0.1 0.3 1.0 -1.5 1.6 2.4

0.7 -2 1.1 0.7 1.3 0.1 0.0 -2.3 0.4 4.3

0.0 -0.7 -0.1 1.0 0.5 -0.4 0.1 -0.1 1.3 1.6

0.7 -0.2 0.5 0.5 -0.1 1.0 0.7 -3.1 -0.1 1.5

H0.2 H1.3 H1.0 L0.1 L0.4 H0.2 H0.7 L0.3 H1.8 H0.7

0.3 -0.4 0.3 0.7 0.5 -0.6 0.2 -1.0 1.7 1.7

S0.2 S0.5 P0.3 0.0 S0.2 S1.2 S0.3 S0.4 P0.6 P1.0

S1.0 L0.4 S0.5 S0.6 L0.2 L0.7 S0.1 L0.9 S0.7 S0.9

2.6 -0.2 2.3 0.8 0.2 -0.1 1.1 1.0 3.4 2.5

-107

97

ELLIOTTS RENAISSANCE DELUXE

323

668

97

0.6

2.9

0.8

-0.3

H1.7

1.7

P0.6

S0.9

1.0 -1.0 -0.8 1.0

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1.1 0.5 0.0 S2.9 C2.0 0.9 0.0 0.3 S0.7 W0.6 1.8 1.4 0.7 S3.2 C1.5 0.7 0.5 0.2 S0.1 C0.3 -0.5 -0.4 -0.4 S1.1 C0.4 1.1 0.8 -0.2 D0.6 W0.1 0.9 0.7 -0.7 S0.6 C0.1 -0.6 -1.5 -0.6 S0.2 W0.9 1.0 0.8 -0.1 S3.2 C2.0 1.6 1.2 1.0 S3.6 C2.1 S2.2 C0.4

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PERFORMANCE REPORT

Top 10 Bulls Ranked Within Categories To be listed among the Top 10 Bulls Ranked within Categories, a bull most be listed among Active A.I. sires (code A) and have a Reliability of at least 70%. PTA Protein All Lynns Restore Vito-Et................................. 74 Wilsonview Blueprint Maddix-Et...................... 61 All Lynns Maximum Vernon-Et........................ 61 Sunrise/Hackline Bungy Zipper........................ 60 Sweetie Plus Iatolas Bold................................. 57 Gr Ccj Geminis Impuls Gatsby...................... 55 All Lynns Jevon Vinson-Et............................... 51 Sun Valley Impuls Jupiter................................. 51 Wilsonview Jevon Magnum-Et......................... 50 Pr Oomsdale Gratitude Lexing Liam............... 50 All Lynns Impuls Vance-Et............................... 50 PTA Percent Protein Isnz Noakes Nevvy Sj2............................... 0.23 Isdk Dj Lirsk................................................ 0.20 Isnz Williams Tgm Henry............................. 0.18 Isnz Magheracanon Doddy Gr.................... 0.18 Isnz Donalds Edify....................................... 0.15 Avon Road Impuls Pat................................... 0.14 Sunset Canyon Mariner-Et........................... 0.14 Elliotts Renaissance Deluxe.......................... 0.14 Isdk Q Impuls............................................... 0.13 Sv Jade Hired Gun-Et.................................. 0.13 Isdk Dj Hulk................................................. 0.13 PTA Fat Wilsonview Jevon Magnum-Et......................... 94 Isdk Dj Hulk.................................................... 88 Sunset Canyon Anthems Allstar-Et................. 87 All Lynns Maximum Victory-Et......................... 86 Wilsonview Blueprint Maddix-Et...................... 85 All Lynns Maximum Vernon-Et........................ 84 Bw Renegade-Et............................................ 82 BW Venerable-Et............................................. 81 Sunset Canyon Maximum-Et........................... 76 Mvf Jevon Lotto-Et......................................... 75 PTA Percent Fat Isdk Dj Lirsk................................................ 0.46 Isnz Williams Tgm Henry............................. 0.45 Isnz Noakes Nevvy Sj2............................... 0.45 Sunset Canyon Anthems Allstar-Et.............. 0.45 Sunset Canyon Maximum-Et........................ 0.42 Isdk Dj Hulk................................................. 0.39 Isnz Rockhaven Forever Sam...................... 0.37 Isnz Magheracanon Doddy Gr.................... 0.36 Isnz Donalds Edify....................................... 0.36 Valor of Oblong Valley-Et.............................. 0.33 Isnz Hawthorn Grove Zeus-Et.................... 0.33 Bw Renegade-Et......................................... 0.33

Sunrise/Hackline Bungy Zipper...................... 515 Sf Impuls 8916.............................................. 513 Sweetie Plus Iatolas Bold............................... 509 Hawarden Impuls Premier.............................. 507 Mvf Jevon Lotto-Et....................................... 506 Forest Glen Impuls Jadestar........................... 497 Bw Renegade-Et.......................................... 496 All Lynns Maximum Vernon-Et...................... 495 Fluid Merit Dollars (FM$) Wilsonview Jevon Magnum-Et....................... 634 Sweetie Plus Iatolas Bold............................... 500 Isdk Dj Zuma................................................ 493 All Lynns Maximum Vernon-Et...................... 482 Mvf Jevon Lotto-Et....................................... 478 Sf Impuls 8916.............................................. 474 Sunrise/Hackline Bungy Zipper...................... 469 Tollenaars Impuls Louie 260-Et..................... 460 Hawarden Impuls Premier.............................. 441 Forest Glen Impuls Jadestar........................... 435 PTA Somatic Cell Score Isdk Dj Zuma............................................... 2.66 Barham Maximus Blitzen............................... 2.71 Mvf Jevon Lotto-Et...................................... 2.72 Ahlem Jace Sentry-Et.................................. 2.75 Cal-Mart Jace Strunk..................................... 2.78 Isnz Hawthorn Grove Zeus-Et.................... 2.78 Gabys Amorous-Et....................................... 2.78 Forest Glen Impuls Jadestar.......................... 2.81 Isnz Rockhaven Forever Sam...................... 2.81 Dutch Hollow Lexicon.................................... 2.81 Bw Karbala-Et.............................................. 2.81 Daughter Pregnancy Rate (DPR) Sv Jade Hired Gun-Et.................................... 2.0 Isdk Dj Zuma................................................. 2.0 Fairway Klassic Kilowatt-Et............................. 1.9 Molly Brook Uppercut...................................... 1.7 Isnz Donalds Edify......................................... 1.6 Hawarden Impuls Premier............................... 1.6 Wilsonview Jevon Magnum-Et........................ 1.5 Isnz Noakes Nevvy Sj2................................. 1.5 Schultz Rescue Headline................................ 1.5 Bw Surefire..................................................... 1.5 PTA Productive Life Isdk Dj Zuma................................................. 7.3 Schultz Rescue Headline................................ 5.5 Hawarden Impuls Premier............................... 5.2 Sv Jade Hired Gun-Et.................................... 4.8 Wilsonview Jevon Magnum-Et........................ 4.7 Wilsonview Impulsive Booker.......................... 4.6 Bw Academy-Et............................................. 4.6 Forest Glen Artist Alexander........................... 4.6 Fairway Klassic Kilowatt-Et............................. 4.5 Chasin-Rainbows Act Riley-Et....................... 4.4

PTA Milk All Lynns Restore Vito-Et............................ 2,386 All Lynns Restore Vibrant-Et...................... 1,804 Sweetie Plus Iatolas Bold............................ 1,803 All Lynns Maximum Vernon-Et................... 1,707 Gr Hockett Rescue Dale Dazzle-Et........... 1,671 Pr Oomsdale Jace Gratude Gannon-Et.... 1,602 All Lynns Impuls Vance-Et.......................... 1,559 All Lynns Louie Valentino-Et....................... 1,555 Wilsonview Blueprint Maddix-Et................. 1,544 All Lynns Jevon Vinson-Et.......................... 1,441

PTA Type Tower Vue Prime Tequila-Et............................ 2.4 Lencrest On Time-Et...................................... 2.4 All Lynns Louie Valentino-Et........................... 2.3 Galaxies Celebrity-Et..................................... 2.1 Ahlem Country Cyrus...................................... 2.1 Steinhauers Iatola Applejack........................... 2.0 Tollenaars Impuls Legal 233-Et...................... 1.9 Maack Dairy Eclipes-P-Et.............................. 1.9 Richies Jace TBone A364............................... 1.9 Arethusa Resurrection Valentino-Et............... 1.9

Cheese Merit Dollars (CM$) Wilsonview Jevon Magnum-Et....................... 702 Isdk Dj Zuma................................................ 663 Hawarden Impuls Premier.............................. 591 Sunrise/Hackline Bungy Zipper...................... 585 Bw Renegade-Et.......................................... 583 Avon Road Impuls Pat.................................... 575 Isdk Dj Hulk.................................................. 574 Forest Glen Impuls Jadestar........................... 566 Sf Impuls 8916.............................................. 556 Isdk Q Impuls................................................ 541

Jersey Udder IndexTM Tower Vue Prime Tequila-Et.......................... 6.70 Bw Karbala-Et.............................................. 6.27 Steinhauers Iatola Applejack......................... 6.25 Wf Bomber Apollo........................................ 6.12 Wf Iatola Shocker-Et................................... 5.63 Family Hill Circus Encore-Et......................... 5.49 Bw Academy-Et........................................... 5.35 Sunset Canyon Belvedere-Et....................... 5.18 Bridon Remake Comerica-Et....................... 5.17 Elliotts Golden Voltage-Et............................. 5.11

Net Merit Dollars (NM$) Wilsonview Jevon Magnum-Et....................... 660 Isdk Dj Zuma................................................ 579

PTA Stature Tower Vue Prime Tequila-Et............................ 4.3 Pr Oomsdale Jace Gratude Gannon-Et........ 4.0

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Pr Oomsdale Rocket Goose-Et..................... 3.8 Wilsonview Blueprint Maddix-Et..................... 3.2 Elliotts Renaissance Deluxe............................ 2.9 Sweetie Plus Iatolas Bold................................ 2.6 Pr Oomsdale Gratitude Lexing Liam.............. 2.5 Sr Impuls Stone-Et........................................ 2.3 Tollenaars Impuls Louie 260-Et...................... 2.2 Nobledale Victorias Simon-Et......................... 2.1 Longview Rocket Big Boy................................ 2.1 PTA Strength Isnz Magheracanon Doddy Gr...................... 2.8 Pr Oomsdale Rocket Goose-Et..................... 2.5 Gr Wilsonview Dale Sean-Et......................... 1.7 Tower Vue Prime Tequila-Et............................ 1.6 Pr Oomsdale Jace Gratude Gannon-Et........ 1.6 Wilsonview Blueprint Maddix-Et..................... 1.4 Pr Oomsdale Gratitude Lexing Liam.............. 1.4 Gr Cal-Mart Dale Shah 3947-Et.................... 1.3 Bridon Remake Comerica-Et......................... 1.3 Bw Legion....................................................... 1.3 Sunset Canyon Mariner-Et............................. 1.3 PTA Dairy Form Maack Dairy Eclipes-P-Et.............................. 2.2 Sweetie Plus Iatolas Bold................................ 2.0 Bw Venerable-Et............................................ 1.9 Forest Glen Impuls Jadestar............................ 1.8 Bw Legionaire-Et........................................... 1.8 Richies Jace TBone A364............................... 1.8 Sun Valley Impuls Jupiter................................ 1.8 Millstream Bellringer........................................ 1.7 D&E Paul-Et................................................... 1.7 All Lynns Louie Valentino-Et........................... 1.7 PTA Rump Width Pr Oomsdale Rocket Goose-Et..................... 2.8 Pr Oomsdale Jace Gratude Gannon-Et........ 2.1 Sv Jade Hired Gun-Et.................................... 1.9 Isnz Magheracanon Doddy Gr...................... 1.8 Tower Vue Prime Tequila-Et............................ 1.7 Bridon Remake Comerica-Et......................... 1.7 Elliotts Renaissance Deluxe............................ 1.7 Bw Surefire..................................................... 1.5 Wf Iatola Shocker-Et..................................... 1.3 Pr Oomsdale Gratitude Lexing Liam.............. 1.2 Bw Legion....................................................... 1.2 Sunset Canyon Mariner-Et............................. 1.2 Isnz Hawthorn Grove Zeus-Et...................... 1.2 PTA Foot Angle Arethusa Resurrection Valentino-Et............. S1.5 Family Hill Circus Encore-Et......................... S1.4 Isdk Dj Lirsk................................................ S1.4 Richies Jace TBone A364............................. S1.4 Irishtowns B127 Iatola Jebb-Et..................... S1.3 Ahlem Jace Sentry-Et.................................. S1.3 Tollenaars Artist Lyndon-Et.......................... S1.2 Sv Jade Hired Gun-Et.................................. S1.2 Bw Surefire................................................... S1.2 Lencrest On Time-Et.................................... S1.1 All Lynns Impuls Vance-Et............................ S1.1 PTA Fore Udder Attachment Bridon Remake Comerica-Et......................... 3.4 Bw Legion....................................................... 3.1 Lencrest On Time-Et...................................... 3.0 Bw Academy-Et............................................. 3.0 Sv Jade Hired Gun-Et.................................... 2.8 Arethusa Resurrection Valentino-Et............... 2.7 Bw Karbala-Et................................................ 2.7 Valor of Oblong Valley-Et................................ 2.6 Elliotts Golden Voltage-Et............................... 2.6 Bw Surefire..................................................... 2.6 PTA Rear Udder Height Ahlem Country Cyrus...................................... 2.8 Steinhauers Iatola Applejack........................... 2.6 Lencrest On Time-Et...................................... 2.5 Sweetie Plus Iatolas Bold................................ 2.5 All Lynns Louie Valentino-Et........................... 2.4 Three Valleys Magnum-Et.............................. 2.3 Buttercrest Success-Et................................... 2.3 D&E Paul-Et................................................... 2.3 (continued to page 90)

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Top 10 Bulls By Categories (continued from page 88)

Sunset Canyon Scf Magnificent-Et............... 2.1 Three Valleys Country Miles-Et...................... 2.1 Galaxies Celebrity-Et..................................... 2.1 PTA Rear Udder Width Ahlem Country Cyrus...................................... 2.2 Lencrest On Time-Et...................................... 2.0 Sweetie Plus Iatolas Bold................................ 2.0 Steinhauers Iatola Applejack........................... 2.0 All Lynns Louie Valentino-Et........................... 1.9 Three Valleys Magnum-Et.............................. 1.8 Buttercrest Success-Et................................... 1.8 D&E Paul-Et................................................... 1.8 Three Valleys Country Miles-Et...................... 1.7 Sunset Canyon Scf Magnificent-Et............... 1.6 Galaxies Celebrity-Et..................................... 1.6

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PTA Udder Depth Wf Iatola Shocker-Et................................... S3.8 Bw Karbala-Et.............................................. S3.7 Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET.......................... S3.6 Family Hill Circus Encore-Et......................... S3.5 Bridon Remake Comerica-Et....................... S3.2 Wf Bomber Apollo........................................ S3.2 Sunset Canyon Belvedere-Et....................... S3.1 Bw Academy-Et........................................... S3.1 Steinhauers Iatola Applejack......................... S3.0 Valor of Oblong Valley-Et.............................. S2.9 PTA Teat Placement Richies Jace TBone A364.............................C3.2 Maack Dairy Eclipes-P-Et............................C2.5 Tollenaars Impuls Legal 233-Et....................C2.3 Arethusa Resurrection Valentino-Et.............C2.3 Tower Vue Prime Tequila-Et..........................C2.1 Valor of Oblong Valley-Et..............................C2.0 Forest Glen Jace Addison.............................C2.0 Bridon Remake Comerica-Et.......................C2.0 Bw Legionaire-Et.........................................C1.9 Galaxies Celebrity-Et...................................C1.9 Expected Future Inbreeding Pr Oomsdale Rocket Goose-Et.................... -1.7 Pr Oomsdale Gratitude Lexing Liam.............. 0.0 Isnz Noakes Nevvy Sj2................................. 1.1 Isnz Rockhaven Forever Sam........................ 1.4 Isnz Magheracanon Doddy Gr...................... 1.7 Isdk Dj Hulk................................................... 1.7 Isnz Kirks Ri Charisma-Et............................ 2.0 Isdk Dj Lirsk.................................................. 2.2 Isnz Donalds Edify......................................... 2.3 Isnz Williams Tgm Henry............................... 2.5 Jersey Performance Index™ Wilsonview Jevon Magnum-Et....................... 237 Sweetie Plus Iatolas Bold............................... 227 Sunrise/Hackline Bungy Zipper...................... 221 All Lynns Maximum Vernon-Et...................... 214 Sun Valley Impuls Jupiter............................... 194 Forest Glen Impuls Jadestar........................... 190 All Lynns Louie Valentino-Et.......................... 190 Gr Ccj Geminis Impuls Gatsby.................... 183 Hawarden Impuls Premier.............................. 180 Wilsonview Blueprint Maddix-Et.................... 179 Cal-Mart Navara Blade................................... 179

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Top 75 Polled Females with Genomic Evaluations by GJPI, August 2013 The top 75 Jersey Polled females—cows and heifers—with genomic evaluations are listed, ranked by their Genomic Jersey Performance Index™ (GJPI). To qualify for this list, cows must (1) have registry status of HR (no prefix), GR or PR; (2) have a genomic genetic evaluation; (3) must have calved within the past 27 months; and (4) not have a termination code associated with the current lactation. Heifers must (1) have registry status of HR or GR, (2) be no older than three years-of-age on August 1, 2013, and (3) not have a GPTA based on lactation information.

Genomic evaluations are calculated by the Animal Improvement Programs Laboratory from the following information sources, identified in the column labeled GT: 3K, genotype from lowdensity 3K chip; 6K, genotype BovineLD chip; 8K, genotype from GeneSeek Genomic Profiler chip; 50K, genotype from original 50K chip; GI, genotype imputed from genotypes of progeny, but the animal is not genotyped; or GA, evaluation includes information from genotypes or imputed genotypes of ancestors, but the animal is not genotyped.

Name Registration GENOMIC Predicted Transmitting Ability owner State GT JH1 CCN Rec Rel Milk %F Fat %P Prot CM$ NM$ FM$ SCS

PL

DPR Rec FS PTAT JUI GFI GJPI

ALL LYNNS CRITIC VADONA-P-ET ALLEN, DAVID ALL LYNNS CRITIC VANDORA-P-ET ALLEN, DAVID CAL-MART CRITIC PERIE 5958-P STEINER, MATTHEW ALL LYNNS CRITIC VANISH-P ALLEN, DAVID JER-Z-BOYZ CRITIC 40473-P-ET JER-Z-BOYZ

118143909 WI 118293257 WI 067165958 OH 118164708 WI 118125710 CA

8K F

0 64 1,570 -0.03

66

0.00

55

571 528 496 2.87 3.2 -1.2

0

1.7 4.60 8.4 228

8K F

0 63 1,430 -0.01

63

0.00

50

589 543 504 2.79 3.8 -1.3

0

1.8 4.78 7.3 220

8K F

0 58 1,140

0.07

65

0.02

45

630 574 528 2.86 4.7

0.2

0

1.1 4.15 6.2 220

8K F

0 58 1,281 -0.03

53

0.01

47

553 510 480 2.92 4.1

0.0

0

1.7 5.20 7.1 214

8K F

0 58

918

0.19

79

0.05

43

626 551 487 2.82 3.7

0.1

0

1.4 3.92 6.5 213

SCENIC VIEW CRITIC NAVARA MAID-1-P-ET RIVER VALLEY FARM HILLVIEW HEADLINE KEYLIME-P SORENSON CHRIS & CHERYL AHLEM CRITIC CHARM 40012-P AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. HILMAR CRITIC 38853-P AHLEM, CHARLES MVF TOPEKA TOPSY 2097-P RHEIN, CRAIG

067089971 IL 067203177 WI 071783473 CA 067438853 CA 067442097 PA

8K F

0 59

917

0.12

66

1.7 5.02 7.1 209

JER-Z-BOYZ CRITIC 41380-P-ET JER-Z-BOYZ SUN VALLEY ECLIPES PANDA-P-ET SUN VALLEY FARM CAL-MART ZAYD CHAR 6375-P MARTIN DAIRY LLC SCHULTZ CRITIC ROXETTE-P MULTI ROSE JERSEYS INC. YOSEMITE CRITIC DAMASCUS S28495-P YOSEMITE JERSEY DAIRY DUTCH HOLLOW MOTIVATION CHERRY-P-ET CHITTENDEN, PAUL C. HILLVIEW LOUIE KATIKI-P DUTCH HOLLOW FARM FREEMANS CRITIC STORMY-P-ET FREEMAN DAVID & DIANA AHLEM PLUS DELIGHT 41704-P AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. KY-HI TOPEKA HOPEFULL-P-ET LEHR, KYLIE MARGARET

118335078 CA 117751718 OR 067246375 OR 067472071 IA 840003011490164 CA

ORTHRIDGE VALENTINO VANNA-P 067881023 STEINER, MATTHEW OH SUNSET CANYON CRITIC DIXIE 163-P-ET 118038971 RIVER VALLEY FARM IL AHLEM CRITIC ROSANNA 40253-P-ET 071783714 SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / SIRE HOUSING FACILITY TX AHLEM CRITIC WINOLA 874-P 070105336 AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. CA YOSEMITE CRITIC ACAPULCO S28394-P 840003011490265 YOSEMITE JERSEY DAIRY CA

september 2013

3177 1 69 2,205 -0.24

118435639 WI 067165949 OR 840003010075996 CA 067181862 PA 117655067 WI

0.04

41

586 524 474 2.91 3.7

0.0

0

52 -0.13

51

435 489 547 2.97 4.1

0.1

1 84 1.1 0.88 8.5 201

8K F

0 61 1,060 -0.06

37

0.03

44

470 416 376 2.97 3.1

0.0

0

2.2 6.59 8.9 198

6K F

0 60 1,388 -0.11

42 -0.02

46

456 434 425 3.02 3.5

0.2

0

1.5 4.74 7.7 197

8K F

0 60 1,140

0.02

57

0.00

40

500 470

450 2.95 3.8 -1.3

0

2.5 5.81 8.1 196

8K F

0 53

701

0.20

71

0.06

37

585 512 452 2.91 3.6

0

1.5 4.19 4.3 193

2891 1 67 1,190

0.08

70

0.00

42

475 444 426 2.99 2.4 -0.2

0 83 2.0 4.35 6.8 189

3K

0.1

8K F

0 56 1,348

0.04

70 -0.01

47

434 405 390 3.03 1.7 -0.6

0

1.8 4.41 5.4 188

8K F

0 57 1,214 -0.03

50 -0.02

39

479 461 451 2.94 4.1

0.6

0

1.5 4.43 5.9 188

80K F

0 62 1,069

0.08

65

0.00

38

539 505 477 2.87 4.0 -0.4

0

1.8 4.14 7.3 188

0 62 1,148

0.00

53

0.02

45

508 451 403 2.83 2.9

0.3

0

1.3 2.28 6.9 187

0 65 1,777 -0.18

46 -0.14

35

444 508 568 2.91 5.2

1.1

0

1.5 2.99 7.6 187

0 59 1,141

55

0.00

41

447 413 390 2.97 2.5 -1.0

0

2.4 6.36 7.8 186

50 -0.01

44

425 401 386 2.94 1.7

0

1.5 3.68 9.5 182

067184830 8K F NY 067213276 8K C NY 067381199 8K C IL 071785165 8K F CA 067480104 8K C NY

SUNSET CANYON CRITIC DIXIE 149-P-ET 118035129 SILVA, ERIC LEONARD OR SUNSET CANYON CRITIC DIXIE 162-P-ET 118036689 SILVA, ERIC LEONARD OR YOSEMITE CRITIC MAXIMUM 28321-P-ET 840003011490338 YOSEMITE JERSEY DAIRY CA WAUNAKEE CRITIC PLEDGE 3433-P-ET 071435864 LAUFENBERG, GERALD WI ALL LYNNS ECLIPES VITALITY-P-ET 117655085 DENNISTON-KELLER ROBIN / KELLER KIP NY

ALL LYNNS CRITIC TANTALIZE-P-ET ALLEN, DAVID CAL-MART CRITIC SHAHARA 5949-P MARTIN DAIRY LLC YOSEMITE CRITIC ABE R27474-P YOSEMITE JERSEY DAIRY MVF ECLIPSE TOPSY 1862-P RHEIN, CRAIG ALL LYNNS ECLIPES VIRTUOUS-P-ET ALLEN, DAVID

3K

8K C

0.01

0 67 1,318 -0.05

0.0

0 62 838 0.12 62 0.02 33 510 461 416 2.76 3.1 -0.7 0 1.5 4.97 8.9 182 0 61 1,254 -0.07

43 -0.02

40

497 474 455 2.81 4.5

0.0

0

1.4 2.31 8.0 181

8K C

0 62 1,452 -0.19

29 -0.03

46

400 379 365 2.88 3.1 -0.9

0

1.7 4.36 8.7 179

8K C

0 57 1,421 -0.09

47 -0.04

43

449 438 434 2.93 3.5

0.6

0

1.1 2.16 6.5 179

50K C

0 62 1,326 -0.03

55 -0.03

42

460 443 434 2.93 3.2

0.0

0

0.8 2.67 7.6 179

3K

0 67 1,831 -0.08

67 -0.06

53

361 364 380 3.04 1.4 -2.3

0

1.8 2.42 7.7 178

56

8K C

0 64 1,079

0.00

39

470 436

0

1.7 3.77 6.7 178

8K F

0 61 1,273 -0.14

0.03

31 -0.04

37

463 454 447 2.83 4.6

410 2.91 3.5 -0.7 0.2

0

1.5 3.91 8.0 178

8K F

0 63 1,009 -0.08

30

0.01

37

441 408 386 2.96 3.8

0.6

0

1.7 4.74 8.8 177

8K C

0 60 1,102 -0.06

38 -0.02

36

445 426 414 2.92 3.9

0.2

0

1.6 4.48 7.6 177

8K F

0 59

55

0.05

36

501 433 375 2.85 2.9 -0.3

0

1.4 5.00 6.4 177

8K F

0 60 1,097 -0.06

39 -0.02

35

453 436 426 2.93 4.2 -0.2

0

1.9 5.00 7.9 176

8K C

0 59

919

0.02

46

0.01

35

478 439 408 2.91 3.5

0.6

0

1.3 3.73 6.0 176

8K F

0 59

682

0.09

49

0.05

34

509 451 408 3.00 4.3

0.2

0

1.4 4.12 7.0 176

8K F 1862 1 70

872

0.01

42 -0.02

27

435 426 419 2.91 3.5

0.2

1 87 2.9 6.87 8.0 174

1481 0 68 1,007

0.02

51

39

404 361 331 2.96 2.2 -1.3

1 82 2.0 5.46 9.0 173

3K

742

0.11

0.02

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Name owner

Registration GENOMIC Predicted Transmitting Ability state Gt JH1 CN Rec Rel Milk %F Fat %P Prot CM$ NM$ FM$ SCS

PIEDMONT VALENTINO DEB-P LUTZ, COREY ALAN FREEMANS CRITIC SPRING-P-ET FREEMAN DAVID & DIANA TRANS OVA CRITIC RACHEL F648-P-ET TRANS-OVA GENETICS YOSEMITE CRITIC CELEBRITY S28385-P YOSEMITE JERSEY DAIRY AHLEM CRITIC FOXYLADY 737-P AHLEM, WILLIAM JR.

118439950 NC 067381197 IL 840003011048739 IA 840003011490274 CA 070105199 CA

CAL-MART COLIN SABYNE 5784-P MARTIN DAIRY LLC WAUNAKEE CRITIC PAGE 3434-P-ET LAUFENBERG, GERALD YOSEMITE CRITIC DAMASCUS S28497-P YOSEMITE JERSEY DAIRY AHLEM CRITIC PHOEBE 781-P AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. WILSONVIEW CRITIC AUDRA-P WILSONVIEW DAIRY

PL

PR Rec FS PTAT JUI gFI GJPI

8K F

0 67 1,407 -0.10

44 -0.02

46

394 378

377 3.08 3.1 -0.6

0

1.6 3.01 8.9 172

8K C

0 61 1,103

0.03

56

0.00

39

405 381 371 3.06 2.5 -0.9

0

2.0 5.13 9.2 172

8K F

0 61

683

0.16

62

0.05

34

520 456 402 2.87 3.3

0.0

0

1.4 4.09 9.3 172

8K F

0 58

865

0.02

43

0.01

33

467 430 399 2.89 3.8

0.2

0

1.6 4.97 5.3 172

8K C

0 61

956

0.01

45 -0.02

31

484 466 455 2.94 4.4

0.5

0

1.1 3.85 7.6 172

067175784 OR 071435865 WI 840003011490162 CA 070105243 CA 118477693 OR

8K F

0 62 1,330 -0.05

52

0.02

52

419 368 335 3.04 2.0 -1.1

0

0.9 0.71 8.6 171

50K F

0 62 1,093 -0.07

36 -0.03

34

454 442 434 2.90 4.6

0.3

0

1.3 3.92 8.1 171

80K F

0 60 1,025

0.03

52 -0.01

34

466 447 436 2.98 3.6

0.2

0

1.5 4.27 6.5 171

8K F

0 61

448

0.14

47

0.08

32

483 402 335 2.93 2.8

0.2

0

1.9 6.01 8.3 171

8K F

0 60

802 -0.09

20 -0.03

22

438 440 442 2.90 5.3

1.1

0

2.2 7.02 7.2 171

SHAN-MAR DAVID EXTRAVAGANT-P 067160861 GARDNER MARK & SHANNON PA FOREST GLEN CRITIC GEMMA-P 067395882 BANSEN STANLEY K. & DORA H. OR AHLEM CRITIC NOCTURNE 39760-P 070952252 SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / ACCOUNTING DEPT TX CAL-MART CRITIC SHIFRA 6033-P 067166033 MARTIN DAIRY LLC OR FOREST GLEN CRITIC MOLLY-P 067395999 BANSEN, DAN K. OR

8K F

0 60 1,083

0.12

73

0.02

43

485 439 409 3.02 2.7

0.0

0

0.6 0.37 6.9 170

8K F

0 61

0.05

55

0.02

40

481 431 391 2.88 3.2 -0.2

0

1.0 2.18 8.1 170

8K C

0 60 1,121 -0.10

32 -0.05

30

426 432 439 2.88 4.4

0

1.6 4.76 7.7 170

999

8K C

0 60

0.03

35

455 411 379 2.99 3.2

0.3

0

1.4 4.33 7.7 169

8K C

0 60 1,166 -0.09

36 -0.04

33

442 438 436 2.86 3.9

0.5

0

1.3 4.33 7.4 169

840003012160360 SC 067395885 OR 118343699 CA 117996924 IL 067456270 OR

8K F

0 62

827

0.06

49

0.01

32

437 398 364 2.86 2.8 -0.4

0

2.2 5.29 9.0 169

8K F

0 62

607

0.08

44

0.03

27

509 462 416 2.80 4.3

0.3

0

1.5 4.44 8.1 169

8K F

0 61 1,214 -0.10

36 -0.05

34

413 417 426 2.97 4.1

0.0

0

1.5 4.65 7.6 167

8K C

0 60 1,282 -0.21

18 -0.07

31

387 413 444 3.01 5.2

0.7

0

2.1 5.32 7.7 167

8K C

0 59 1,027

0.07

61

0.02

41

454 399 352 2.81 2.2 -1.1

0

1.1 2.71 7.2 166

VIDA BOA CRITIC 16007-P-ET 067616007 VIDA BOA FARMS CA D&E CRITIC VIOLET 22811-P 067422811 D & E JERSEYS TX LAST CHANCE CRITIC MAYTAG-P-ET 067242156 HEARTLAND JERSEYS KS SUNSET CANYON CRITIC M DAFFY-P 118122520 SUNSET CANYON & HALE KARA OR GR RIVER VALLEY PREMIER IRENE 437-P 840003009997660 RIVER VALLEY FARM IL

6K F

0 59

0.10

61

0.01

33

473 438 409 2.88 3.0

0.1

0

1.5 2.84 6.5 166

8K C

0 59 1,541 -0.15

40 -0.08

38

360 389 419 2.95 3.4 -0.1

0

1.6 3.71 7.1 165

8K F

0 60

906

0.09

58

0.03

38

459 405 361 2.89 2.5 -0.1

0

1.4 2.99 7.9 165

8K F

0 58 1,010

0.05

56

0.00

35

459 430 410 2.92 3.1

0.1

0

1.2 3.00 6.5 165

8K C

0 62

0.00

37 -0.01

28

418 402 394 2.99 3.8

1.3

0

1.7 5.28 8.1 165

SUNSET CANYON CRITIC DIXIE 156-P-ET 118035240 SILVA, ERIC LEONARD OR AHLEM CRITIC MANDY 792-P 070105254 AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. CA INTEGRITY TOPEKA DAKOTA-P 067150186 KARRELS, WILLIAM J. WI SCHULTZ ECLIPES RAYNNI-P 067671130 HUFFARD DAIRY FARMS VA D&E CRITIC VIOLET 22684-P-ET 067422684 D & E JERSEYS TX

8K F

0 61 1,311 -0.20

21 -0.06

35

400 407 414 2.85 4.5

0.2

0

1.5 3.23 8.2 164

8K C

0 62 1,181 -0.05

45 -0.04

34

391 392 399 2.99 3.2 -0.3

0

1.5 4.39 8.8 164

8K F

0 59 1,266 -0.03

0

1.6 3.07 7.2 163

BECKYS MASTER STAR-P LUTZ, HOBBS FOREST GLEN CRITIC JEN-P FOREST GLEN JERSEYS PHILS CRITIC 4788 7407-P FANELLI, PHIL V. LONGLEAF CRITIC ADRIANA 1094-P RIVER VALLEY FARM CAL-MART CRITIC ALIMA 6270-P MARTIN DAIRY LLC

AHLEM CRITIC JOSETTE 834-P AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. TRANS OVA CRITIC KELSEY B212-P-ET TRANS-OVA GENETICS DUTCH HOLLOW DELEGATE GARDENIA-P CHITTENDEN, CASSANDRA L. AHLEM CRITIC PRINCESS 39448-P-ET AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. SCHULTZ CRITIC GALLION-P HUFFARD DAIRY FARMS CIRCLE S ABE KEY LARGO-P SORENSON CHRIS & CHERYL SUN VALLEY ECLIPES PANDY-P-ET SUN VALLEY FARM AHLEM CRITIC DANIELA 40225-P AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. LAST CHANCE CRITIC MAYBELLINE-P-ET WINTER BOB & DARLENE SHOT OF NAT CRITIC AMERICUS-P-ET SHOT OF NAT LLC

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070105296 CA 840003011048737 IA 067485040 NY 070951940 CA 067472099 VA 116381046 WI 117751697 OR 071783686 CA 067242154 WI 117981454 WI

846

889

825

0.05

48

1.0

53 -0.02

41

371 355

0.06

65 -0.02

38

440 420 407 2.93 2.9

8K F

0 63 1,382 -0.10

44 -0.07

35

377 396 419 2.96 3.9 -1.3

0

1.8 5.16 7.4 163

8K C

0 60

763

35

0.02

31

467 422 383 2.83 3.4

0.7

0

1.8 4.06 7.8 163

8K F

0 59

874 -0.02

37 -0.02

27

439 426 414 2.88 4.3

0.5

0

1.6 5.15 8.0 163

8K F

0 61 1,256

0.01

59 -0.02

41

389 372 368 3.04 2.0

0.4

0

1.2 1.71 7.7 162

8K F

0 62

0.01

33

0.04

33

462 406 362 2.95 3.5

0.6

0

1.7 3.93 8.7 162

8K C

0 58 1,311 -0.08

45 -0.02

42

369 356 357 3.05 2.3 -0.7

0

1.6 3.38 6.7 161

8K F

2 73 1,488 -0.08

53 -0.06

41

448 447 446 2.81 3.7 -0.8

2 84 0.0 -0.57 7.7 161

0.03

8K F 1130 1 71 1,150

3K

1

693

2876 1 67 1,203

0.00

352 3.04 2.1 -1.2 0.0

0 80 0.9 0.82 7.7 163

62 -0.02

39

362 354 361 3.15 1.5 -0.1

0 78 1.3 3.32 7.2 161

8K F

0 63

900

0.09

58 -0.01

30

429 405 384 2.84 2.5 -0.9

0

2.0 5.37 8.6 161

8K F

0 61

783 -0.01

34 -0.01

25

448 425 400 2.76 4.1 -0.1

0

1.9 6.46 8.5 161

8K F

0 59

685

45

30

468 424 388 2.91 4.0

0

1.2 3.40 7.4 160

0.07

0.03

0.4

JERSEY JOURNAL


Top 200 Females with Genomic Evaluations by GJPI, August 2013 Programs Laboratory from the following information sources, identified in the column labeled GT: 3K, genotype from lowdensity 3K chip; 6K, genotype BovineLD chip; 8K, genotype from GeneSeek Genomic Profiler chip; 50K, genotype from original 50K chip; GI, genotype imputed from genotypes of progeny, but the animal is not genotyped; or GA, evaluation includes information from genotypes or imputed genotypes of ancestors, but the animal is not genotyped. Jersey haplotype 1 tested carriers or non-carriers are designated in the third column with a C or F.

The top 200 Jersey females—cows and heifers—with genomic evaluations are ranked by Jersey Performance Index™ (GJPI), below. Cows must (1) have registry status of HR (no prefix), GR or PR; (2) have a genomic evaluation; (3) have calved within the past 27 months; and (4) not have a termination code associated with the current lactation. Heifers must (1) have registry status of HR or GR, (2) be no older than three years of age on August 1, 2013, and (3) not have a GPTA based on lactation information. Genomic evaluations are calculated by the Animal Improvement Name owner

Registration GENOMIC Predicted Transmitting Ability state Gt JH1 CN Rec Rel Milk %F Fat %P Prot CM$ NM$ FM$ SCS

0.00 107 -0.06

PL

PR Rec FS PTAT JUI gFI GJPI

PR WILSONVIEW MILTON TERRI 118379566 WILSONVIEW DAIRY OR GR FARIA BROTHERS VALENTINO JEMMYE 840003008537404 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX GR FARIA BROTHERS VOLCANO 214419 840003010392728 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX BW IRWIN BLOSSOM X644 118400053 BRENTWOOD FARMS CA GR FARIA BROTHERS VISIONARY 220762 840003011843286 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX

8K F

0 35 2,345

70

702 689

0

1.1 2.44 -1.5 281

3K

0 61 1,684 -0.05

68 -0.02

56

669 631 601 2.80 4.2

0.4

0

2.0 7.26 5.2 271

6K F

0 37 2,234 -0.06

89 -0.04

71

614 590 583 2.98 2.7 -0.5

0

1.6 4.03 1.2 270

8K F

0 60 1,505

0.01

70 -0.04

46

688 677 674 2.94 6.5

0.8

0

2.6 7.42 7.4 265

6K F

0 43 1,919

0.02

92 -0.01

66

662 618 591 2.93 3.2 -0.2

0

2.0 3.34 3.7 264

PR MM MAXIMUS 5557 116550239 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY OR FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL MESSI 840003011204183 FARIA DAIRY AZ FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL ALEXMORGAN-ET 840003011843113 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX JARS OF CLAY PLUS BRIANNA II-ET 067450139 SEALS, THOMAS L. & JENNIE L. OR PR FARIA BROTHERS PLUS 93056 840003008537424 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX

8K F 5557 4 63 1,225

0.25 106

0.09

62

792 674 577 2.84 3.5

2 83 0.5 1.84 -0.2 259

8K C

0 56 1,484

0.09

0.01

55

737 674 620 2.74 4.7 -0.6

0

1.8 4.37 5.5 258

50K C

0 59 1,843 -0.15

54 -0.06

54

613 606 604 2.85 5.2

0.2

0

2.0 6.29 6.4 257

80K F

0 67 2,089 -0.08

79 -0.04

66

596 569 553 2.85 2.1 -0.6

0

2.4 4.14 8.4 255

6K F 93056 1 61 1,930 -0.08

73 -0.04

60

591 569 556 2.88 2.6

1 85 1.8 4.82 2.4 254

86

689 2.90 3.2 -0.2

0.2

0.5

WINDHAVENS PASTRY VISIONARY-ET 118134435 8K C 0 58 1,479 0.04 GREENE, WAYNE JR. WI FARIA BROTHERS VISIONARY 215745 840003011206003 6K C 0 55 2,103 -0.10 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL 220847 840003011843201 6K F 0 57 1,475 0.00 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX PR FARIA BROTHERS VALENTINO 92292 840003008536660 6K C 92292 1 70 1,696 -0.03 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX GR FARIA BROTHERS VERNON MULLER 840003011216579 6K F 0 55 1,703 0.05 FARIA DAIRY AZ

76 0.02 56 659 605 569 2.96 4.1 0.2 0 2.2 5.35 6.6 253

CDF RENEGADE IMPULS P39638-ET 840003008236650 TATE, BROCK CA GR AARDEMA GALVANIZE 34727 840003011659125 AARDEMA DAIRY / DOUBLE A DAIRY ID GR FARIA BROTHERS IRWIN 224996-ET 840003011857052 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX MULTI-ROSE MARVALE 5274-ET 840003011151023 MULTI ROSE JERSEYS INC. IA FARIA BROTHERS HILARIO 225801-ET 840003011856247 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX

6K F

0 63 1,049

8K F

0 54 1,665

80K C 8K F

0 57 1,327

80K F

0 58 1,007

FARIA BROTHERS GALVANIZE 218162 840003011203586 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX GR FARIA BROTHERS ALLSTAR 213550 840003010393597 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX PR FARIA BROTHERS IRWIN 223229 840003011858819 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX HEARTLAND IRWIN MYRA-ET 067292780 INTERNATIONAL GENETICS/B. YOUNG ON SHAN-MAR HILARIO CHARLENE-ET 067180910 GARDNER, MARK & SHANNON PA

6K F

D&E PLUS KIRA 22995-ET 067422995 D & E JERSEYS TX GR FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL 111818 840003001225940 FARIA DAIRY AZ FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL 222756-ET 840003011859292 FARIA DAIRY AZ JCJ MAGNUM 22831 840003007770981 INGURAN LLC DBA SEXING TECHNOLOGIES TX VAN DE ZUMA ZSA ZSA ZASU 067301384 VAN DE JERSEYS PA DUPAT MARVEL 1138 067991138 WICKSTROM JERSEY FARMS INC. CA AHLEM VOLCANO AUTUMN 40868 071784329 AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. CA OOMSDALE GALEN HILARIO GEMMA-ET 067180753 OOMS, MICHAEL AREND NY WILSONVIEW MARVEL STORY-ET 118313250 WILSONVIEW DAIRY OR FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL MARADONA 840003011843562 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX

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76 -0.04

66

593 565 550 2.86 2.9 -0.6

0

1.8 3.29 5.0 252

68

0.01

55

696 635 584 2.80 5.1 -0.2

0

1.8 4.21 5.9 252

71

0.00

60

593 545 511 2.89 2.6 -1.1

1 85 2.6 6.37 8.7 250

88 -0.01

58

687 649 624 2.92 4.2

0.2

0

1.2 1.48 3.7 250

0.21

90

0.10

56

759 646 553 2.86 4.0

0.3

0

1.6 2.69 6.4 249

0.03

82 -0.02

55

623 588 564 2.86 3.3 -0.2

0

2.8 5.40 5.4 249

0 57 1,735 -0.09

62 -0.04

54

590 565 546 2.81 3.5

0.3

0

1.9 6.40 4.6 249

0.08

76

0.03

53

685 624 578 2.92 4.5

0.5

0

1.5 4.00 6.3 248

0.19

84

0.07

49

722 638 569 2.90 4.9

0.1

0

1.9 4.73 6.0 248

0 59 1,877 -0.05

75 -0.02

62

636 596 566 2.82 3.9 -0.7

0

1.3 2.85 6.3 247

6K F

0 61 1,421

0.12

89

0.01

53

651 597 555 2.86 3.2 -0.6

0

1.8 5.80 5.4 247

6K C

0 54 1,769

0.00

82 -0.01

60

595 552 522 2.87 2.5 -0.9

0

2.2 5.44 4.6 246

8K F

0 59 1,400

0.09

83

0.03

56

647 578 525 2.88 3.2

0.2

0

2.2 4.20 7.7 246

8K F

0 59

0.20

78

0.09

48

748 647 565 2.93 5.2

0.6

0

2.2 4.45 8.4 246

8K F

0 63 1,707 -0.03

72 -0.02

56

614 587 576 3.00 4.0

0.4

0

1.7 4.00 6.5 245

6K C

0 41 1,452

0.02

71

0.01

53

648 597 557 2.86 4.4

0.0

0

1.5 4.48

50K C

0 54 1,109

0.16

82

0.04

47

712 638 574 2.78 4.8

0.0

0

2.1 4.96 4.8 243

839

243

80K F 22831 1 70 1,166

0.13

79

0.02

45

700 652 617 2.93 4.9

1.9

1 81 1.8 3.45 7.3 243

8K C

0 60

0.14

72

0.07

49

690 609 549 3.00 4.8

0.9

0

1.4 4.34 5.0 242

8K F

0 62 1,811 -0.08

66 -0.02

60

550 521 507 2.98 2.8 -0.2

0

1.9 4.73 7.7 241

8K F

0 59 1,937 -0.15

59 -0.07

54

556 561 575 2.92 4.3 -0.7

0

2.3 6.03 7.1 241

8K F

0 59

83

0.11

43

742 636 550 2.94 5.1

0.6

0

2.7 5.66 6.2 241

8K F

0 54 1,926 -0.06

77 -0.02

64

585 550 530 2.94 3.3 -0.8

0

1.6 2.78 4.3 240

6K F

0 52 1,938 -0.16

56 -0.04

60

544 526 521 2.95 3.5 -0.4

0

2.0 4.96 4.2 240

994

620

0.29

JERSEY JOURNAL


Name owner

CAL-MART VEGAS MAEVE 6212 MARTIN DAIRY LLC AHLEM PRESCOTT PRINCESS 40744 AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. DUPAT CRITIC 726 WICKSTROM JERSEY FARMS INC. BUTTERCREST JUPITER SARAH COOPERRIDER & SONS GR FARIA BROTHERS DOMINICAN KG FARIA DAIRY

Registration GENOMIC Predicted Transmitting Ability state Gt JH1 CN Rec Rel Milk %F Fat %P Prot CM$ NM$ FM$ SCS

PL

PR Rec FS PTAT JUI gFI GJPI

067456212 OR 071784205 CA 067190726 CA 118318563 OH 840003010377162 AZ

8K F

0 60 1,867

0.01

88 -0.03

60

613 585 568 2.89 3.0 -0.3

0

1.7 2.47 7.4 240

8K F

0 60 1,917 -0.07

74 -0.06

57

588 580 582 2.91 4.0 -0.2

0

1.9 3.07 8.2 240

8K F

0 63 1,300

0.04

67

0.03

52

668 601 545 2.81 4.7

0.0

0

2.1 4.44 9.6 240

8K F

0 65 1,671

0.02

80

0.02

63

598 550 528 3.17 3.3 -0.1

0

1.6 2.39 8.3 239

6K F

0 38 1,859 -0.05

75 -0.05

56

609 592 579 2.78 4.2

0.4

0

1.1 2.85 -1.5 239

FARIA BROTHERS GALVANIZE 221129 840003011860919 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX AHLEM JUPITER PRINCESS 40390 071783851 AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. CA FOREST GLEN CHERRY CHAMP JASMINE 067354056 BANSEN, DAN K. OR ALL LYNNS PERFORM VIVIETTE-ET 118519919 ALLEN, DAVID WI GR FARIA BROTHERS CHARNESA ETO 840003009940010 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX

6K C

0 58 1,612 -0.05

64 -0.03

52

584 555 534 2.83 4.2 -0.2

0

2.5 5.80 5.9 239

8K F

0 64 1,574

72 -0.01

54

617 579 554 2.93 3.6

0

1.9 4.01 7.3 238

3K

0.00

4056 1 69 1,457 -0.03

60

0.1

0.01

53

600 557 528 2.96 4.1

0.4

0 85 2.0 4.64 8.8 238

8K C

0 60 1,647 -0.08

60 -0.04

51

627 600 574 2.69 4.9

0.1

0

1.7 3.82 8.9 238

6K F

0 54 1,476

0.02

72 -0.01

51

604 573 558 3.02 4.5

0.7

0

1.9 5.01 4.8 238

GR FARIA BROTHERS IRWIN 225824-ET 840003011856224 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX GR FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL 111073 840003001226685 FARIA DAIRY AZ D&E VISIONARY DAISY 22686 067422686 D & E JERSEYS TX FARIA BROTHERS DOMINICAN LYDIA 840003010376323 FARIA DAIRY AZ MVF JUPITER GEM 2066 067442066 SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / ACCOUNTING DEPT TX

80K F

0 59 1,310

0.02

64 -0.03

41

594 577 566 2.87 4.5

0.7

0

2.3 7.88 5.8 238

6K F

0 38 1,612 -0.01

71

0.02

62

587 527 485 2.97 2.8 -0.1

0

1.0 3.09 0.6 237

8K C

0 58 1,891 -0.09

68 -0.03

61

604 569 540 2.75 3.7 -1.1

0

1.2 2.90 6.1 237

6K F

0 54 1,689

0.02

81 -0.01

59

595 560 548 3.12 3.7

0.6

0

1.2 2.26 4.9 237

8K F

0 63 1,376

0.11

84

0.05

58

637 568 523 3.07 3.3

0.0

0

1.1 2.20 6.2 237

SUN VALLEY MARVEL KORNELIA-ET 118523451 SEALS, THOMAS L. & JENNIE L. OR GR FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL 221834-ET 840003011860214 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX PR FARIA BROTHERS ALLSTAR 215059 840003011206689 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX DUPAT MARVEL 1404 067991404 WICKSTROM JERSEY FARMS INC. CA FOREST GLEN IMPULS STACIE 067323446 BANSEN, DAN K. OR

8K C

0 59 1,458 -0.06

54

0.00

52

626 578 538 2.80 4.6

0.1

0

1.8 4.66 6.5 237

50K C

0 51 1,446 -0.03

61 -0.01

50

593 557 532 2.93 4.1

0.4

0

1.8 6.31 3.2 237

6K F

0 52 1,873

94 -0.05

56

605 594 594 2.93 3.1

0.1

0

1.1 2.75 2.2 236

8K F

0 61 1,284 -0.02

54

0.03

52

635 568 514 2.85 4.4

0.2

0

1.8 4.86 8.4 236

78

0.07

51

683 591 518 2.93 3.7

0.9

1 85 1.3 3.55 6.4 236

FOREST GLEN VOLCANO GERTRUDE 067395898 BANSEN, DAN K. OR FARIA BROTHERS VALENTINO CARRIE 840003008536871 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX CAL-MART VALENTINO FREDIA 5940 067165940 MARTIN DAIRY LLC OR GR FARIA BROTHERS HILARIO 222311-ET 840003011859737 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX GR AARDEMA VISIONARY 34151 840003011658549 AARDEMA DAIRY / DOUBLE A DAIRY ID

8K C

78 -0.03

64

546 520 512 3.03 2.2 -0.5

0

74

0.03

58

582 516 468 2.94 2.5 -0.6

1 85 2.1 5.02 6.3 235

70 -0.05

49

591 577 569 2.84 4.1 -0.5

0

PR FARIA BROTHERS GALVANIZE 217727 840003011204021 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX PR VALSIGNA MARCIN 21823 118425100 WICKSTROM DAIRIES, LP CA HETTINGAS PERFORM MANHATTAN-ET 067195636 HETTINGA, JASON IA JER-Z-BOYZ BOLD 36370 117647754 JER-Z-BOYZ CA FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL 111446 840003001226312 FARIA DAIRY AZ

6K F

0 51 1,777

0.02

85

0.00

63

592 543 511 2.95 2.3 -0.5

0

1.7 1.80 3.7 234

8K C

0 59 1,590 -0.03

67

0.00

56

581 532 494 2.81 3.0 -0.3

0

1.7 4.14 5.8 234

8K F

3K

3446 2 69 1,027

0.16

0 59 1,977 -0.06

3K 92503 1 68 1,448 8K F

0.04

0.04

0 63 1,639 -0.03

50K F

0 54 1,314

8K C

0 45 1,934 -0.14

0.01

62

1.1 2.66 6.5 235

2.3 5.50 6.3 235

0.00

46

616 575 542 2.83 4.6

0.3

0

1.9 6.14 4.0 235

60 -0.03

63

535 500 476 2.84 2.6 -0.9

0

1.6 3.85 2.2 234

0 60 1,501

0.03

75

0.01

56

610 559 525 2.97 3.3

0.7

0

1.9 3.55 7.6 234

6K F 36370 1 69 1,590

0.04

80 -0.02

53

624 593 571 2.88 3.9 -0.4

0

1.9 4.00 6.3 234

6K F

0 53 1,438

0.04

74

0.00

51

641 596 561 2.84 4.2

0.2

0

1.9 4.05

GR CAL-MART CLARK FREDY 6510 067246510 MARTIN DAIRY LLC OR SHAN-MAR LEGAL CHARISMA 067138634 GARDNER, MARK & SHANNON PA FARIA BROTHERS HILMARIO 222864 840003011859184 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX YOSEMITE MARVEL BLAIR S28402 840003011490257 YOSEMITE JERSEY DAIRY CA CAL-MART HILARIO JERIE 6471 067246471 MARTIN DAIRY LLC OR

8K F

0 58 1,133

0.02

56

0.05

50

645 572 517 2.95 5.4

0.5

0

2.0 4.51 6.4 234

6K F

0 65 1,462 -0.01

65

0.01

54

635 579 536 2.86 3.8

0.6

0

1.9 3.56 7.7 233

6K F

0 56 1,289

0.07

72

0.03

52

648 584 532 2.87 4.1

0.0

0

1.8 3.84 5.1 233

8K F

0 61 1,302 -0.01

58

0.01

48

600 548 505 2.82 3.7

0.3

0

2.0 6.10 7.1 233

8K F

0 57

938

0.18

77

0.07

47

661 571 496 2.86 3.8

0.6

0

2.2 4.96 5.9 233

GR FARIA BROTHERS IRWIN 225361-ET 840003011856687 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX PR FARIA BROTHERS VALENTINO 93537 840003008537905 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX FARIA BROTHERS VISIONARY 224449-ET 840003011857599 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX FARIA BROTHERS VALENTINO CECH 840003011216892 FARIA DAIRY AZ EDYVEAN MARVEL CHARLES S28219 840003011490440 BROWN, WALTER & BROWN-EHRMANN, SUSAN CA

80K F

0 56 1,206

GR FARIA BROTHERS DAYBREAK 214329 840003010392818 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX FARIA BROTHERS HILARIO 222352-ET 840003011859696 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX AHLEM ACADEMY SHEBA 41100 071784561 AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. CA GR FARIA BROTHERS IRWIN 225460-ET 840003011856588 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX

september 2013

234

0.01

57 -0.01

41

617 579 542 2.71 4.5

0.8

0

2.0 6.88 4.5 233

6K F 93537 1 70 2,168 -0.07

84 -0.05

66

485 478 489 3.06 1.6 -1.5

0

2.2 4.27 5.8 232

80K F

0 47 1,943 -0.18

53 -0.04

62

528 500 481 2.84 2.7 -0.1

0

0.9 3.26 2.1 232

6K C

0 61 1,788 -0.01

80 -0.01

61

545 511 496 3.04 2.2 -0.4

0

1.9 3.72 5.5 232

8K F

0 60 1,668

0.00

77 -0.01

57

596 559 535 2.94 3.2 -0.3

0

2.0 3.18 7.0 232

6K F

0 58 1,314

0.08

77

0.01

48

702 650 604 2.76 5.4

0.1

0

0.9 1.54 6.8 232

50K F

0 59 1,118

0.16

82

0.04

48

721 641 567 2.70 4.7

0.3

0

1.1 1.49 5.9 232

8K C

0 65 1,664 -0.11

55 -0.08

43

549 568 590 2.92 5.5

0.9

0

1.8 6.40 6.8 232

80K F

0 60 1,313

63 -0.02

42

585 563 549 2.90 4.3

0.3

0

2.6 7.56 6.6 232

0.01

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AHLEM MEDALIST ROSE 40207 AHLEM, WILLIAM JR.

Registration GENOMIC Predicted Transmitting Ability state Gt JH1 CN Rec Rel Milk %F Fat %P Prot CM$ NM$ FM$ SCS

071783668 8K F CA

0 58

997

0.08

61

PL

PR Rec FS PTAT JUI gFI GJPI

0.03

41

670 618 577 2.91 6.4

1.0

0

2.3 5.94 6.6 232

KASH-IN PLUS 41223-ET 071902396 8K F RANCHO TERESITA DAIRY CA DUTCH HOLLOW VISIONARY MEADE 067184966 8K F SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / ACCOUNTING DEPT TX MFW VOLCANO IMPRESS 067471943 8K F MASON, P. THOMAS MD FARIA BROTHERS TOPEKA TEVEZ-ET 840003011843746 50K F GENESIS COOPERATOR HERD / DEWALL STEVE WI CLOVER PATCH PLUS TELLI 118545112 8K F KOZAK, ALAN OH

0 65 1,837 -0.03

79 -0.02

61

556 524 509 2.97 1.7

0.1

0

1.7 2.93 7.4 231

0 61 1,702 -0.09

60 -0.01

58

554 514 486 2.89 3.2 -0.5

0

2.4 5.40 6.9 231

SHAN-MAR HILARIO CHARLEY-ET GARDNER, MARK & SHANNON AHLEM GALVANIZE DREAM 41813 AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. SUN VALLEY MARVEL KORETTA-ET SEALS, THOMAS L. & JENNIE L. WILSONVIEW Z SPRITE-ET WILSONVIEW DAIRY FOREST GLEN BOLD BRENDA BANSEN, STANLEY K. & DORA H.

0 58 1,368 0.01 65 0.02 53 640 586 551 3.00 5.2 0.0 0 1.3 3.17 6.6 231 0 54 1,437 -0.03

59

0.00

52

588 541

507 2.92 4.2

0.0

0

1.3 4.42 3.4 231

0 65 1,350

0.05

71

0.02

52

574 518 476 2.92 2.6

0.2

0

2.6 6.09 8.3 231

0.07

70

0.03

50

655 589 535 2.86 4.4

0.3

0

1.8 3.57 7.4 231

067180912 PA 071785274 CA 118523433 OR 117835726 OR 067466427 OR

8K F

0 58 1,223

8K C

0 61 1,417 -0.08

49 -0.02

47

600 564 533 2.77 4.6 -0.6

0

3.3 6.66 9.1 231

8K F

0 56 1,306 -0.03

53 -0.01

45

664 622 584 2.76 5.8

0.9

0

1.6 3.66 5.0 231

6K F

0 56

70

0.05

42

727 651 585 2.80 6.2

0.7

0

1.0 3.27 3.1 231

8K F

0 65 1,796 -0.03

77 -0.03

58

589 557 534 2.82 3.0 -0.4

0

1.3 1.97 7.7 230

HEINZ DOMINICAN MOO MOO 7942 070451837 D & D JERSEYS AND HEINZ LLOYD WI YOSEMITE MARVEL ABE S28381 840003011490278 YOSEMITE JERSEY DAIRY CA D&E LEGAL KIRA 22022 067422022 D & E JERSEYS TX TLJ HENDRIX HILIFE 067302035 LEHNERTZ, TRAVIS MN GR FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL RIBERY 840003011215860 FARIA DAIRY AZ

8K F

0 62 1,681 -0.06

64 -0.02

56

599 569 554 2.97 4.3

0.9

0

1.4 1.85 9.4 230

8K C

0 60 1,601 -0.04

66

0.00

56

585 544 516 2.92 3.9 -0.5

0

1.4 3.65 7.1 230

3K 22022 1 67 1,570 -0.03

66 -0.01

54

658 618 589 2.87 5.2

0.7

1 85 1.0 0.72 6.3 230

8K F

0 62 1,522 -0.02

65

0.00

54

624 578 545 2.90 3.8

1.1

0

1.2 1.57 8.7 230

6K F

0 52 1,463

83

0.00

52

644 596 558 2.83 3.9 -0.6

0

1.6 3.21 4.1 230

6K F

0 53 1,552 -0.01

70 -0.02

51

566 538 522 2.93 3.9 -0.4

0

1.6 4.95 4.5 230

8K F

0 60 1,462 -0.02

63 -0.01

51

605 561 525 2.81 3.6

0.0

0

1.8 4.49 7.6 230

GR FARIA BROTHERS TOPEKA 111323 840003001226435 FARIA DAIRY AZ D&E MARVEL HOLLY 22877 067422877 D & E JERSEYS TX VALSIGNA MARCIN 22201 118503233 WICKSTROM DAIRIES, LP CA YOSEMITE BOLD FOREST 25215 840003009261919 YOSEMITE JERSEY DAIRY CA FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL 222814-ET 840003011859234 FARIA DAIRY AZ FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL 216813 840003011204935 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX PR FARIA BROTHERS ACTION DEAN SMITH 840003001860402 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX PRO-HART COLIN CHERRY 840003001842946 DOUBLE EAGLE DAIRY MI NYMANS VACATION 15951 118051008 INGURAN LLC DBA SEXING TECHNOLOGIES TX GR FARIA BROTHERS RENEGADE MARSHALL 840003007171670 FARIA DAIRY AZ

882

0.15

0.08

8K C

0 62 1,566 -0.08

55 -0.03

50

573 555 551 3.01 4.6

0.9

0

1.7 4.05 8.6 230

6K F

0 67 1,372

0.01

65

0.01

50

601 556 526 2.96 3.0

1.1

0

1.4 4.16 8.5 230

50K F

0 56

999

0.16

77

0.07

49

646 560 492 2.91 4.1 -0.3

0

1.9 4.52 5.3 230

6K F

0 49 1,261

0.09

76

0.01

46

660 613 574 2.80 5.0

0.1

0

1.4 4.08 3.7 230

55 -0.03

43

573 552 536 2.82 4.0

1.8

0 91 1.3 6.15 0.9 230

3K

5309 5 62 1,378 -0.04

8K F

0 60 1,600 -0.06

62

0.01

59

628 566 516 2.79 4.4 -0.5

0

1.5 1.77 8.1 229

80K C

0 60 1,663

0.00

77 -0.01

57

597 559

0

1.3 2.57 4.5 229

6K F 69552 1 63 1,796

0.05

93 -0.04

56

620 606 606 3.00 3.7

FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL 222384-ET 840003011859664 50K F 0 57 1,329 0.12 FARIA DAIRY AZ ANTEBELLUM VISIONARY BYP-ET 118318648 8K F 0 56 1,444 0.02 ROWLEY, STEVE & GLYNN, MIKE MS DP PRESCOTT GWEN 1619 067481619 8K C 0 61 1,409 0.02 RIVER VALLEY FARM IL FOREST GLEN LOTTERY LACEY 067466159 8K F 0 60 1,219 0.11 FOREST GLEN JERSEYS OR PR FARIA BROTHERS PLUS FIGO 840003008536866 6K F 92498 1 62 2,322 -0.13 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX

84

56

630 557 504 2.97 3.3 -0.6

0.04

534 2.91 3.4 -0.2 0.8

0 79 0.6 -0.13 2.3 229 0

1.5 2.83 5.3 229

71 0.00 52 610 559 518 2.83 3.4 -0.3 0 1.9 4.42 5.3 229 68 -0.01

48

625 585 552 2.81 4.3 -0.1

0

1.3 3.85 8.0 229

78

0.01

45

707 654 605 2.74 5.3

1.0

0

1.3 1.94 7.2 229

80 -0.10

62

491 510 538 2.92 1.1

0.1

1 87 1.6 2.36 3.1 228

GR FARIA BROTHERS VOLCANO ZIDANE 840003010392655 6K F 0 53 1,648 -0.04 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX ALL LYNNS CRITIC VADONA-P-ET 118143909 8K F 0 64 1,570 -0.03 ALLEN, DAVID WI KASH-IN PLUS 41287-ET 071902460 8K F 0 64 1,590 -0.01 RANCHO TERESITA DAIRY CA PR FARIA BROTHERS TBONE HANSBROUGH 840003001576516 3K 18571 3 63 1,566 0.03 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX WILSONVIEW TOP MASQUERADE 118413503 8K F 0 60 1,339 0.08 WILSONVIEW DAIRY OR

67 -0.02

55

589 554 528 2.87 4.0 -0.4

0

1.9 3.62 4.3 228

66

BLUE MIST GOLDA PAM-2-ET GOMES, EDDIE HI-LAND HEADLINE FORM CHAMBERLAIN, GREG & DAVID CAL-MART MARVEL SABIYA 6500 MARTIN DAIRY LLC WAUNAKEE HILARIO PERFUME 3856 LAUFENBERG, GERALD AHLEM IMAGE SOUVENIR 32814 AHLEM, WILLIAM JR.

72

118440631 OR 067146413 NY 067246500 OR 072457736 WI 066622247 CA

8K F 3K

0 58 1,226

0.08

6413 2 72 1,558 -0.10

0.00

55

571 528 496 2.87 3.2 -1.2

0

1.7 4.60 8.4 228

70 -0.02

53

584 550 527 2.89 3.2

0.1

0

1.6 3.66 6.1 228

77 -0.01

53

547 514 493 2.93 2.6

0.3

3 89 1.6 4.53 -0.2 228

77 0.02 52 574 531 511 3.16 3.8 -0.1 0 2.0 4.25 7.4 228 0.04

52

584 518 471 2.98 2.7

0.1

0

2.2 4.69 7.1 228

51 -0.03

49

591 572 563 2.92 5.4

0.9

1 81 1.3 3.10 8.0 228

80K F

0 59 1,423 -0.05

55 -0.02

47

577 550 531 2.88 4.8

0.4

0

2.0 5.80 6.3 228

8K C

0 59 1,116

0.12

74

0.03

46

662 598 547 2.88 5.2

0.1

0

1.7 3.95 7.8 228

8K F 32814 2 72 1,236

0.01

59 -0.01

43

600 558 520 2.74 4.0

0.2

3 87 2.0 6.52 8.0 228

FARIA BROTHERS VISIONARY 224754-ET 840003011857294 80K C 0 49 1,976 -0.14 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX DUTCH HOLLOW PLUS CHARMAINE-ET 067184472 3K 4472 1 70 1,933 -0.14 CHITTENDEN, PAUL C. NY GR FARIA BROTHERS CHARNESA PALOMO 840003010397032 6K C 0 51 1,409 0.05

62 -0.04

63

531 504 488 2.88 2.5 -0.8

0

0.9 2.58 2.6 227

61 -0.03

62

523 493 476 2.89 2.2 -0.1

0

1.4 2.74 7.6 227

74

57

551 491 454 3.10 2.9

0

1.7 3.92 3.6 227

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Registration GENOMIC Predicted Transmitting Ability state Gt JH1 CN Rec Rel Milk %F Fat %P Prot CM$ NM$ FM$ SCS

FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL 222845-ET 840003011859203 50K C FARIA DAIRY AZ GR FARIA BROTHERS GALVANIZE FERGIE 840003011216216 6K C FARIA DAIRY AZ

0 54 1,323

0.14

89

PL

PR Rec FS PTAT JUI gFI GJPI

0.05

57

590 516 463 3.01 2.5 -1.4

0

2.0 4.31 4.8 227

0 50 1,761 -0.02

77 -0.04

54

567 552 546 2.90 3.6

0.1

0

1.2 3.01 3.4 227

DUPAT MARVEL 1535-ET 067551535 WICKSTROM JERSEY FARMS INC. CA FARIA BROTHERS PLUS MOURINHO 840003011215050 FARIA DAIRY AZ GUIMO ARROW JACKIE-ET 108334399 FERME GUIMO 9119 0264 QUEBEC INC. QC GR FARIA BROTHERS VOLCANO OZIL 840003010376811 FARIA DAIRY AZ AHLEM PAUL ROSA 41565 071785026 AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. CA

8K C

0 57 1,406 -0.04

57

0.00

51

548 503 470 2.90 3.3 -0.2

0

2.1 6.22 6.5 227

6K F

0 65 1,141

0.07

67

0.04

48

628 556 494 2.80 3.0

0.7

0

1.5 4.13 7.8 227

GT

0 63 1,164

0.06

65

0.01

44

622 578 545 2.92 4.7

1.1

0

1.7 4.51 7.0 227

6K F

0 46 1,564 -0.03

66

0.00

55

588 541 504 2.84 3.5 -0.3

0

1.4 3.08 2.6 226

8K F

0 64 1,524 -0.05

60

0.00

55

542 500 478 3.05 3.7 -0.2

0

2.0 5.01 8.0 226

PR FARIA BROTHERS GOOSE 212446 840003010394701 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX OOMSDALE GALEN DOMIN GILLEN-ET 067137671 OOMS, MICHAEL AREND NY AARDEMA DIVIDEND 34512 840003011658910 AARDEMA DAIRY / DOUBLE A DAIRY ID DUPAT MARVEL 1184-ET 067991184 WICKSTROM JERSEY FARMS INC. CA GR FARIA BROTHERS GALVANIZE 219404 840003011202344 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX

6K F

0 46 1,715

0.00

79 -0.04

53

596 575 559 2.81 3.8

0.6

0

1.5 2.27 -0.7 226

8K F

0 59 1,365

0.08

79

0.02

53

584 535 507 3.10 3.9

0.2

0

1.9 3.42 6.0 226

8K F

0 59 1,458 -0.02

62 -0.01

50

625 581 541 2.73 4.5

0.4

0

1.2 3.20 5.6 226

8K C

0 58 1,395 -0.04

56 -0.01

48

575 539 512 2.87 3.8

0.0

0

2.0 5.45 6.2 226

6K F

0 57 1,486

73

0.01

55

520 468 430 2.91 1.5 -1.2

0

2.6 6.02 5.7 225

FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL 110998 840003011213961 FARIA DAIRY AZ FARIA BROTHERS TOPEKA ROBBEN-ET 840003011843778 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX FARIA BROTHERS PLUS 218523 840003011203225 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX DP PLUS TRIS 987 067106987 DESERT PARK JERSEYS OR HETTINGAS FASTRACK MINKA-ET 067195649 HETTINGA, JASON IA

6K C

0 59 1,782 -0.10

61 -0.06

51

533 531 536 2.89 4.0 -0.7

0

1.9 4.61 6.9 225

50K F

0 61 1,548 -0.02

67 -0.02

51

545 516 500 2.93 3.4 -1.2

0

2.4 5.91 7.5 225

6K F

0 61 1,603 -0.12

50 -0.05

48

556 540 527 2.78 4.1

0.4

0

1.4 5.19 4.9 225

3K

0 63 1,313

0.04

68

0.00

46

605 569 547 2.96 4.0

1.1

1 86 1.7 3.41 6.8 225

8K F

0 59 1,163

0.13

79

0.02

46

620 570 538 3.03 4.5

0.9

0

1.6 3.98 6.4 225

AHLEM MARVEL LEA 40846-ET 071784307 AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. CA GOLDUST ZUMA LILAC 067382103 LOURENZO, KEVIN B. ID ALL LYNNS IMPULS VIRGINIA-ET 116159979 TATE, BROCK CA CAL-MART JUPITER NEL 6256 067456256 MARTIN DAIRY LLC OR FARIA BROTHERS VALENTINO NEYMAR 840003008536837 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX

8K C

0 60 1,106

0.09

69

0.03

46

625 562 510 2.85 4.1 -0.6

0

2.0 5.07 8.1 225

8K F

0 62 1,092

0.08

65

0.03

45

666 596 531 2.71 4.5

0

1.1 3.31 5.2 225

50K F 1164 2 72 1,496

0.04

76

0.03

59

596 533 488 2.96 3.0 -0.4

4 86 1.2 1.93 5.5 224

8K F

0.03

76

0.02

58

575 525 497 3.07 3.5 -0.1

0

66 -0.02

56

555 529 515 2.94 3.9 -0.6

1 86 1.5 3.70 6.5 224

69 -0.01

56

588 543 506 2.78 3.1 -0.2

0

1.0 2.06 3.4 224

0 64 1,537

0.02

6K C 92469 1 70 1,710 -0.06

FARIA BROTHERS VICTORY BUFFON 840003009931070 6K F 0 55 1,645 -0.03 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX DP JUPITER FIRECRACKER 1311-ET 067431311 6K F 0 64 1,211 0.10 RIVER VALLEY FARM IL SUN VALLEY MARVEL KRYSTALYN-ET 118523406 8K C 0 58 1,349 -0.01 SEALS, THOMAS L. & JENNIE L. OR JER BEL HEADLINE BAMBINA 117389636 3K 755 1 70 1,595 -0.13 KING, HOWARD & FAMILY OH DEBOER TBONE M6593 116364661 3K 6593 2 74 922 0.12 SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / ACCOUNTING DEPT TX

75

0.02

48

623 567 524 2.93 3.5

0.7

0

1.8 4.19 8.1 224

47

647 604 566 2.76 5.1 -0.4

0

1.8 3.47 5.8 224

48 -0.06

44

535 547 568 3.02 5.8

1 82 1.9 6.04 8.4 224

0.4

66 0.05 42 621 551 492 2.84 4.2 -0.4 2 88 2.5 6.65 9.7 224

8K F

0 61

835

0.20

76

0.05

39

651 581

8K C

0 64

685

0.24

78

0.07

38

666 590 529 2.97 5.0

6K C

0 51 1,939 -0.08

72 -0.04

60

546 524 511 2.87 2.3

8K C

0 56 1,833 -0.09

65 -0.03

6K F

0 64 1,469

0.02

71

0.00

FARIA BROTHERS FASTRACK XAVI 840003011860924 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX CAL-MART HILARIO CARELY 6260-ET 067456260 MARTIN DAIRY LLC OR NYMANS PERFORM 20025 118501679 INGURAN LLC DBA SEXING TECHNOLOGIES TX GR FARIA BROTHERS TOPEKA 221026-ET 840003011861022 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX GR FARIA BROTHERS IRWIN 225780-ET 840003011856268 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX

6K F

0 51 1,197

0.19

92

8K F

0 58 1,078

0.12

72

80K C

0 61 1,235

0.04

64

50K F 80K F

FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL BALOTELLI FARIA DAIRY D&E TOPEKA DENISE 50096-ET METZGER, DANA L. AHLEM MEDALIST ROSIE 39950 AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. AARDEMA GERRY 34676 AARDEMA DAIRY / DOUBLE A DAIRY YOSEMITE CRITIC MOHAWK R26399 YOSEMITE JERSEY DAIRY CAL-MART CHARNESA TALEAH 6080

1.3 2.96 7.6 224

60 -0.01

RIVER VALLEY TOPEKA V MAID 840003011049796 RIVER VALLEY FARM IL AHLEM RENEGADE CAROL 38649-ET 070951141 AHLEM FARMS PARTNERSHIP CA PR FARIA BROTHERS VISIONARY 224061 840003011857987 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX D&E MARVEL BEAVER 22853 067422853 D & E JERSEYS TX FARIA BROTHERS PLUS SNEIJDER 840003011860101 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX

840003011215996 AZ 067150096 IA 070952442 CA 840003011659074 ID 840003009627054 CA

0.8

0

2.5 7.07 8.3 224

0.4

0

2.1 5.55 6.6 224

0.1

0

0.8 1.12 3.6 223

60

546 515 497 2.92 3.5 -1.2

0

1.5 2.31 5.4 223

53

554 507 472 2.87 1.9 -0.6

0

1.8 5.07 6.6 223

0.04

50

589 527 484 3.02 2.6

0.1

0

1.7 3.74 3.5 223

0.05

48

654 585 534 2.99 5.3

0.0

0

2.0 3.03 7.3 223

0.02

47

615 565 527 2.90 4.3

1.0

0

1.3 4.12 7.6 223

0 52 1,517 -0.03

64 -0.05

45

538 532 534 2.93 3.8

0.7

0

1.6 5.46 3.3 223

0 56 1,351 -0.06

50 -0.02

45

530 497 469 2.79 3.5

0.1

0

2.0 7.12 4.5 223

6K F

0 53

716

0.16

64

0.10

44

650 548 461 2.86 3.9

0.2

0

2.0 5.48 4.8 223

8K F

0 60

831

0.20

77

0.05

39

658 598 553 2.98 5.3 -0.3

0

2.6 5.44 7.5 223

8K F

0 59

809

0.08

53

0.04

37

647 585 533 2.85 6.1

0.7

0

2.2 6.84 6.8 223

8K F

0 57 1,919 -0.15

57 -0.06

57

485 481 491 2.99 3.4 -0.4

0

1.4 4.06 6.2 222

8K F

0 61 1,605 -0.04

65

0.00

57

532 488 459 2.93 2.5 -0.6

0

1.7 4.02 7.8 222

0 58 1,368

83

0.03

55

658 587 529 2.81 3.8 -0.2

0

1.1 1.08 5.5 222

067166080 8K C

0.10

520 2.83 4.5 -1.1

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Name owner

Registration GENOMIC Predicted Transmitting Ability state Gt JH1 CN Rec Rel Milk %F Fat %P Prot CM$ NM$ FM$ SCS

MARTIN DAIRY LLC OR CAL-MART BLADE CONNIE 3949 117514304 3K 0 MARTIN DAIRY LLC OR PR FARIA BROTHERS MATINEE AUERBACH 840003001577180 3K 19235 3 FARIA DAIRY AZ DODAN LH VISIONARY TESSA 118162229 8K F 0 D & D JERSEYS AND HEINZ LLOYD WI FARIA BROTHERS PLUS RONALDINHO 840003009425561 6K F 103850 0 FARIA DAIRY AZ

68

PL

PR Rec FS PTAT JUI gFI GJPI

60 1,301

0.04

0.04

54

607 536 479 2.87 3.4

0.2

0

0.8 1.86 5.2 222

61 1,863

0.10 106 -0.07

53

600 595 593 2.80 2.3

0.5

0 73 0.1 0.40 -4.1 222

58 1,569 -0.06

59 -0.01

53

569 535

513 2.92 4.2

0.7

0

1.4 2.76 6.6 222

63 1,405

0.11

86

0.01

52

610 563 532 2.97 2.9

0.6

0

1.1 1.47 5.7 222

LYLESTANLEY MY MARVEL 1488-ET 118418263 LYLESTANLEY TRACE LLC FL OOMSDALE GENIS VOLCANO GILLEN 067137696 OOMS, MICHAEL AREND NY AHLEM VALENTINO GUMDROP 39192 070951684 SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / SIRE HOUSING FACILITY TX YOSEMITE MARVEL VANCE S28456 840003011490203 YOSEMITE JERSEY DAIRY CA PR FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL 220242 840003011843806 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX

8K F

0 60 1,380 -0.01

62

0.01

52

578 520 473 2.83 3.5 -0.4

0

1.7 4.06 7.7 222

8K F

0 55 1,561 -0.07

57 -0.03

49

516 499 495 2.98 3.9 -0.3

0

1.9 6.28 4.8 222

8K F

0 66 1,401

0.06

77

0.00

49

579 547 528 3.00 4.2 -1.2

0

2.4 4.95 8.8 222

80K F

0 60 1,238

0.06

69

0.03

49

614 546 485 2.73 3.2 -0.2

0

1.5 3.73 6.3 222

6K F

0 57 1,669 -0.05

66 -0.06

48

544 539 537 2.83 3.0 -0.3

0

1.7 4.80 6.8 222

YOSEMITE MARVEL ROLEX-ET 840003011490469 GENESIS COOPERATOR HERD / DEWALL STEVE WI WILSONVIEW HI SKEETER-ET 118523572 WILSONVIEW DAIRY OR DP MARVEL HESTER-3 1600-ET 067481600 DESERT PARK JERSEYS OR WICKS MARVEL 4788-ET 067204788 WICKSTROM BROS. CA BW LEGAL SUZANNE 1 ET814-ET 117512508 BRENTWOOD FARMS CA

8K C

0 61 1,356 -0.09

45 -0.01

47

576 533 493 2.73 4.4 -0.5

0

2.3 5.54 8.1 222

8K F

0 53

986

0.16

76

0.06

47

678 595 525 2.86 5.1

0.3

0

1.5 3.00 4.1 222

8K C

0 59 1,048

0.05

58

0.04

46

628 552 483 2.73 4.0 -0.2

0

2.1 4.99 7.7 222

8K F

0 56 1,466 -0.07

54 -0.04

45

561 539 519 2.75 3.8

0.5

0

2.1 5.29 5.4 222

50K F 978 1 72 1,452 -0.04

59 -0.03

45

563 553 552 2.97 5.2

1.2

1 84 1.3 4.43 5.9 222

70

45

622 555 502 2.91 4.3

0.3

0

SHOT OF NAT DIMENSION TIRAMISU 118392899 8K F RIVER VALLEY FARM IL HEARTLAND FASTRACK TEMPE-ET 067292715 8K F INTERNATIONAL GENETICS/B YOUNG ON CAL-MART SHARK SERENA 6201 067456201 8K F MARTIN DAIRY LLC OR OOMSDALE GALEN SCORE GUDRUN-ET 067180746 8K C OOMS, MICHAEL AREND NY FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL 221817-ET 840003011860231 50K F FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX

0 60 1,017

FARIA BROTHERS MARVEL 221148-ET 840003011860900 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX D&E PLUS KIRA 22990-ET 067422990 D & E JERSEYS TX DP DAYBREAK CASSIE 4-1540-ET 067431540 DESERT PARK JERSEYS OR HILMAR COFLUSH 41076-ET 075041076 AHLEM, CHARLES CA FARIA BROTHERS GALVANIZE 219066 840003011202682 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX

0.12

0.05

2.1 4.87 7.9 222

0 60 1,097 -0.01 48 0.01 41 608 564 529 2.87 6.3 0.4 0 2.0 5.76 6.9 222 0.01

35

653 608 566 2.79 6.4

0.9

0

1.6 5.60 6.7 222

0 59 1,736 -0.05

69 -0.02

58

532 504 496 3.08 3.2 -1.1

0

1.5 3.05 6.4 221

0 52 1,833 -0.14

56 -0.05

55

507 489 477 2.80 2.8 -0.6

0

1.2 3.88 2.8 221

50K C

0 53 1,721 -0.15

48 -0.05

52

519 500 486 2.80 3.6 -0.7

0

1.4 4.30 3.2 221

8K F

0 64 1,624 -0.02

70 -0.03

51

567 546 534 2.89 3.4

0.0

0

1.8 3.21 7.6 221

8K F

0 59 1,300

75

0.02

50

621 564 521 2.90 4.2 -0.6

0

1.1 3.05 7.3 221

6K F

0 59 1,453 -0.04

58 -0.02

48

536 513 501 2.96 4.3 -0.3

0

2.1 5.62 7.8 221

6K F

0 60 1,167

67

0.02

46

639 582 533 2.82 4.8

0.2

0

1.8 3.75 8.1 221

WOODSTOCK LOTTO IL TINA TORI 117816563 8K F 0 65 1,045 0.20 WOODSTOCK DAIRY OR AHLEM SCORE LU 41846-ET 071785307 8K F 0 61 1,394 -0.09 AHLEM, WILLIAM JR. CA WILL DO VALENTINO WANNABE 117454376 3K 50484 1 70 1,920 -0.10 SEXING TECHNOLOGIES / ACCOUNTING DEPT TX CDF CRITIC IMPULS R576-ET 840003002447516 8K F 0 58 1,662 -0.07 TATE, BROCK CA D&E PAUL NEVADA 22950 067422950 8K F 0 65 1,747 -0.04 D & E JERSEYS TX

87

0.03

43

711 648

593 2.79 5.0

0.7

0 80 1.4 1.83 7.7 221

47 -0.05

39

579 576 575 2.83 5.4

0.6

0

PR FARIA BROTHERS RENEGADE 100382 840003008321489 FARIA DAIRY AZ LYLESTANLEY MARVEL MY TIME 1461-ET 118390963 LYLESTANLEY TRACE LLC FL ALL LYNNS CRITIC VANDORA-P-ET 118293257 ALLEN, DAVID WI GR FARIA BROTHERS HULK IBRAHIMOVIC-ET 840003011843660 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX GR VALSIGNA MARVEL 21487 118397858 WICKSTROM DAIRIES, LP CA

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0 59

929

6K F 100382 1 64 1,507

0.08

0.08

0.07

58

1.7 5.50 8.5 221

67 -0.05 58 483 469 464 2.87 2.0 -1.5 1 84 2.3 4.68 9.3 220 62 -0.01

58

546 501 469 2.88 3.0 -0.6

0

1.6 3.30 6.7 220

71 -0.04

55

544 520 505 2.85 3.0 -1.2

0

1.2 3.22 8.5 220

1 82 1.4 2.24 3.5 220

0.05

79

0.00

54

576 533 508 2.99 3.7

8K C

0 61 1,494 -0.01

67

0.00

54

572 522 484 2.86 3.0 -0.4

0

1.3 2.59 8.4 220

8K F

0 63 1,430 -0.01

63

0.00

50

589 543 504 2.79 3.8 -1.3

0

1.8 4.78 7.3 220

8K F

0 47 1,103

94

0.05

50

649 571 506 2.87 2.7

0 -0.2 0.95 0.7 220

8K F

0 55 1,558 -0.01

69 -0.03

49

529 502 480 2.79 2.4 -0.7

0.22

0.0

1.1

0

2.2 5.62 4.8 220

JERSEY JOURNAL


Top 200 Cows for Jersey Performance Index (Traditional), August 2013 information used in the JPI calculation are distinguished by a “0” in the number of type records (REC) column. JPI combines production and type trait information into a single economic index, includes six factors with weighted averages of 42% PTA Protein, 15% PTA Fat, 15% FTI, 12% PTA PL, 10% PTA DPR, and 6% PTA SCS. The cows average +1,253M, +60F, +44P and JPI +181 with average Reliability of52%. Lifetime Net Merit indexes are Cheese Merit +$467; Net Merit +$435, and Fluid Merit +$416.

The top 200 cows ranked by traditionally calculated Jersey Premformance IndexTM (JPI) from the August 2013 CDCB-AJCA genetic evaluations are listed below. These cows have not been genomically tested and do not have a genomic evaluation (GPTA). These cows must have calved within the past 27 months and have at least one lactation of 100 days or more. Cows lacking linear appraisal information are included in the JPI ranking by using a Parent Average estimate for FTI, provided the cow was under four years of age on August 1, 2013. Cows without their own appraisal Name owner

Registration state

PR GRAMMER PLUS BRIANNA 067233356 GRAMMER JERSEY FARM LLC OH DEBOER HALLBROOK M4518 115276145 DEBOER, NICO TX MARGANDALE PREMIER FLUFFY 067139695 KAUFFMAN, ROBERT D. OH JCJ MAGNUM 22940 840003007770872 AHLEM BROTHERS CA MAINS BOLD CALLIE 067348523 MAINS, DANIEL R. PA NYMANS MAGNUM 13925 117286120 NYMAN BROS. CA WOODSTOCK MATINEE RICKI-ET 115934429 WOODSTOCK DAIRY OR MM ABE 6796 116558170 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY OR PR DEBOER HALLBROOK M5449 115722534 DEBOER, NICO TX HAJ LOUIE CARLOYN 2492 067222492 HYLAND ACRES JERSEYS LTD OH CAL-MART MAGNUM SALA 3918 MARTIN DAIRY LLC PR FOOTHILL KARBALA 10728 AHLEM FOOTHILL FARMS JCJ MAGNUM 23031 AHLEM, JAMES GR DUPAT GANNON 8023 WICKSTROM JERSEY FARMS INC GR VTF GANNON LIPS REEGAN VA TECH FOUNDATION

117513983 OR 840003005948182 CA 840003008217389 CA 067348023 CA 066090770 VA

CN

Rec Rel Milk

%F

Predicted Transmitting Ability Type Fat %P Prot CM$ NM$ FM$ SCS PL PR Rec FS PTAT JUI EFI JPI

3356

1 51 1,817 -0.12

59

-0.07 50

478

491

513

2.80

3.0

-0.2

1

82 1.5 3.20 6.5 206

4518

5 61 1,443 -0.11

44

-0.03 46

500

484

480

2.74

3.3

0.0

2

90 1.3 4.47 8.3 204

9695

3 55 2,695 -0.41

37

-0.20 53

313

419

523

2.62

1.7

0.0

0

1 45 1,544

22940

2.1 203

0.04

78

-0.01 53

574

541

524

3.02

3.6

0.1

1

76 0.3 -0.76 6.4 203

1 50 1,691 -0.16

45

-0.04 53

464

449

447

2.90

2.2

0.4

1

80 1.2 2.20 7.0 202

13925

2 52 1,185

0.05

65

0.06 53

593

518

463

2.95

3.2

1.5

1

77 0.2 -1.23 6.9 201

1023

4 61 1,348

0.14

90

0.04 55

545

481

436

2.94

1.2

0.0

2

86 0.2 -0.38 6.4 199

6796

4 60 1,273

0.06

70

0.03 51

567

510

471

2.96

3.2

-0.2

2

81 0.3 -0.36 7.5 199

5449

5 58 1,387 -0.12

40

-0.01 47

467

440

427

3.00

3.1

1.0

3

88 1.6 4.07 7.8 198

2492

2 55 1,803 -0.20

43

-0.02 60

425

394

381

3.10

1.6

-0.4

2

87 1.2 1.93 7.6 197

3918

1 49 1,187

0.14

81

0.03 49

574

515

474

3.00

2.8

0.5

0

79

10728

3 52 1,625 -0.10

54

-0.05 47

428

430

442

2.92

2.2

0.3

2

83 1.2 3.73 7.7 197

23031

1 43 1,180

0.10

74

0.01 44

562

522

497

2.94

3.3

0.5

0

8023

1 53 1,806 -0.04

75

-0.04 56

406

392

393

2.92

0.6

-0.7

1

70 0.3 3.02 8.3 196

4639

2 58 1,687 -0.05

68

-0.05 49

461

462

474

2.84

2.6

-1.0

2

84 1.3 2.46 7.9 196

0.02 44

501

452

419

2.99

2.8

-0.2

0

8523

7.0 197

6.6 197

NYMANS SPARKY 14647 117688726 NYMAN BROS. CA BW NASRALLAH RAINBOW S926 116798466 BRENTWOOD FARMS CA DUPAT PLUS 8575 067148575 WICKSTROM JERSEY FARMS INC CA VAN DE MATINEE ZELENA ZSA ZSA 067040836 VAN DE JERSEYS PA AHLEM BROTHERS SPARKY 23540 840003008625026 AHLEM BROTHERS CA

14647

1 47 1,104

0.06

62

1032

2 54 1,169

0.02

57

0.00 41

482

454

438

3.01

3.0

1.1

2

88 1.5 4.77 7.2 196

8575

1 52 1,472

0.00

68

-0.01 50

465

437

422

3.00

1.1

0.0

1

78 1.1 2.88 7.5 195

836

4 59 1,091

0.17

83

0.05 49

600

529

478

2.98

2.8

0.9

2

83 0.5 -0.76 5.6 195

23540

1 47 1,402 -0.05

55

-0.03 44

453

440

439

2.99

2.9

-0.2

FOOTHILL MAGNUM 14173 840003007911385 AHLEM FOOTHILL FARMS CA YOSEMITE MAGNUM NOAH N21304 840003004599091 YOSEMITE JERSEY DAIRY CA MAINS BOLD PRINCESS 067348542 MAINS DAIRY PA GR MM GANNON-PR 8977 117229345 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY OR FOREST GLEN PLUS GOLDENGLOBE 067354526 BANSEN, DAN K. OR

14173

1 48 1,209

0.06

67

-0.02 39

548

533

528

2.98

4.3

0.9

1

78 0.6 2.64 6.4 195

21304

2 52 1,056

YOSEMITE MAGNUM ACE N22183 YOSEMITE JERSEY DAIRY GR RED TOP PLUS 18051 RED TOP JERSEYS DC DECLO BRITTANY CHUGG, DALE PR STROTTMANN LEGAL 792 STROTTMANN RONALD J & SONS VALSIGNA MAGNUM 16127 WICKSTROM DAIRIES, LP

840003004598712 CA 067518051 CA 067138791 UT 067117792 IA 117294059 CA

DUPAT SPARKY 8529 WICKSTROM JERSEY FARMS INC. BW NASRALLAH KASSIE U75 BRENTWOOD FARMS GURE BEHIA PLUS 1756 GREEN VALLEY DAIRY UFASHION SPARKY SU UNKEFER, WILLIAM OWEN GR GURE BEHIA PLUS 2036 GREEN VALLEY DAIRY

067148529 CA 116893040 CA 067371756 CA 067531149 OH 067372036 CA

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0

8.2 196

8.2 195

0.15

78

0.00 38

566

537

519

2.96

3.7

0.9

1

84 1.3 2.10 7.1 195

8542

1 49 1,846 -0.02

80

-0.05 55

390

385

394

2.94 -0.2

-0.8

1

76 1.4 2.82 7.6 194

8977

2 55 1,068

0.13

75

0.05 48

498

429

379

3.02

2.0

-0.2

2

83 0.7 3.07 7.1 194

4526

1 48 1,821 -0.13

58

-0.06 53

428

428

441

2.93

1.5

0.0

0

77

22183

1 49 1,236

0.05

67

-0.02 40

503

487

481

2.98

3.3

1.3

1

77 0.8 2.46 7.0 193

18051

1 48 1,637 -0.09

57

-0.03 53

437

416

409

2.94

1.2

0.1

0

6.9 192

8791

3 47 2,176 -0.25

48

-0.11 55

318

353

396

2.92 -0.1

0.5

0

3.7 191

792

1 48 1,460 -0.05

58

-0.03 46

495

481

479

3.00

3.6

0.2

0

83

6.2 191

16127

1 50 1,163

0.05

63

0.01 44

519

478

451

3.02

2.9

0.7

1

82 1.0 2.11 7.2 191

8529

1 52 1,090

0.05

60

0.02 43

485

439

408

3.04

2.4

0.6

1

77 1.0 3.14 8.7 191

1931

2 55 1,352 -0.03

56

0.00 48

452

417

397

3.02

1.7

0.5

2

83 1.0 2.98 8.1 190

7.2 193

1756

1 52 1,347

0.01

64

-0.03 43

469

453

450

3.00

2.5

0.4

0

1149

1 49 1,075

0.10

68

0.02 42

501

458

428

2.89

2.3

0.0

1

84 1.1 3.40 7.5 190

7.3 190

2036

1 52 1,216 -0.05

46

-0.01 41

470

447

436

2.94

2.7

0.6

1

80 1.7 3.72 7.6 190

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Name owner

PR RED TOP SHAWNEE 12606 RED TOP JERSEYS MILLS ABE CHALLIS MILLS JERSEY FARM LLC CAL-MART MADDIX BETTY 3450 MARTIN DAIRY LLC RED TOP PLUS 17928 RED TOP JERSEYS LANDSCAPE SPARKY 23894 LANDSCAPE JERSEYS DUPAT CELEBRITY 7689 WICKSTROM JERSEY FARMS INC. PR HILMAR KILOWATT 32341 AHLEM, CHARLES PR THV LOUIE GINGER 7351 TAUCHEN HARMONY VALLEY INC. BILTMORE BOLD ROSALIE 3058 BILTMORE FARMS GR MM LEGAL 10787 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY LIVE OAK MAGNUM 15089 LIVE OAK DAIRY JCJ MAGNUM 22900 AHLEM, JAMES MS PLUS 3888 G974 MOUNTAIN SHADOW DAIRY HAJ JACINTO MONA 2056 HYLAND ACRES JERSEYS LTD HI-LAND ZIPPER FLUFFY CHAMBERLAIN, GREG & DAVID

Registration state

067412606 CA 117122077 NV 117136872 OR 067517928 CA 840003008624672 CA 067297689 CA 067432341 CA 069402063 WI 067363058 NC 117619250 OR 117416503 CA 840003007770912 CA 117415708 AZ 115901630 OH 067146606 NY

FOREST GLEN IMPULS PEABODY 067481344 BANSEN, DAN K. OR PR MAINS BOLD JULIAN 067348562 MAINS, DANIEL R. PA CAL-MART PLUS MARIANE 3019 116890289 MARTIN DAIRY LLC OR PR VANDERHAAK IATOLA 3881 065468131 VANDERHAAK, TIM WA HOCKETT VALENTINO 11612 057211612 HOCKETT, KEITH S. NC SUNWEST BOSS BLAIR J21810 SUNWEST JERSEY DAIRY SUNWEST SPARKY FRONTLINE P32943 SUNWEST JERSEY DAIRY PR MM IMPULS 9154 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY PR GRAMMER GANNON BUFFIE GRAMMER JERSEY FARM LLC CLOVER FARMS BLAIR CHASE 758 CLOVER FARMS PR HILMAR KILOWATT 32386 AHLEM, CHARLES HILMAR SPARKY 34376 AHLEM, CHARLES SF VITO 11316 STAAS FARM INC. GR GURE BEHIA VERMEER 2130 GREEN VALLEY DAIRY PINE HILL IMPULSE GRACE LINDSAYS PINE HILL JERSEY FARM

840003003994290 CA 840003007460834 CA 117230811 OR 067162528 OH 067049758 IL

CN

Rec Rel Milk

12606

CAL-MART ABE SKYLER 3462 117163683 MARTIN DAIRY LLC OR GURE BEHIA PLUS 2395 067322395 GREEN VALLEY DAIRY CA GR PINE HILL GANNON RAYETTE 117282863 LINDSAYS PINE HILL JERSEY FARM OH PR MUNGERCREST LEXINGTON HOLIDAY 115857566 MUNGER RANDALL & KRAWCZYK-MUNGER CAROL VT VAN DE IMPULS LINDA GLINDA 067541031 VAN DE JERSEYS PA PR FARIA BROTHERS ROCKET 31599 840003001854142 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX PR MM GANNON-PR 9414 117235218 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY OR GR GURE BEHIA PLUS 2066 067372066

Predicted Transmitting Ability Type Fat %P Prot CM$ NM$ FM$ SCS PL PR Rec FS PTAT JUI EFI JPI

2 51 2,012 -0.18

55

-0.08 55

349

365

391

3.15

0.9

0.8

2

77 0.2 0.92 6.2 189

6864

2 54 1,379

0.00

63

0.02 54

492

435

397

3.04

2.2

0.3

2

83 0.0 -0.87 7.2 189

0

3450

2 55 1,077

0.20

88

0.08 54

545

453

383

3.02

0.9

0.0

84

6.3 189

17928

1 48 1,563

0.00

71

-0.02 52

441

415

403

2.91

0.7

-0.6

0

7.4 189

23894

1 47 1,308

0.00

59

-0.02 43

475

455

448

2.96

2.8

0.2

0

7.8 189

7689

2 56 1,114

0.07

65

-0.01 37

511

493

484

2.84

3.4

0.0

1

80 1.4 3.78 8.3 189

32341

1 50 1,985 -0.13

65

-0.07 57

392

396

412

2.94

0.4

0.3

1

74 -0.1 -0.03 4.8 188

7351

1 51 2,171 -0.05

89

-0.12 53

423

466

515

2.88

1.6

-0.6

1

82 0.5 -0.45 5.4 188

3058

1 49 1,274

0.02

63

0.00 45

490

458

439

2.92

2.2

0.3

0

10787

1 51 1,267 -0.06

46

0.00 45

487

454

435

2.99

3.4

0.8

1

76 1.4 2.53 7.0 188

15089

1 49 1,295

0.03

65

-0.02 43

495

474

465

2.96

2.8

1.2

1

79 1.0 1.53 6.9 188

22900

1 48 1,338

0.02

65

-0.04 40

546

542

548

2.92

4.4

1.2

1

79 0.5 -0.18 6.2 188

7974

1 51 1,921 -0.07

74

-0.06 56

381

381

394

3.00 -0.3

-0.2

1

78 1.0 0.81 7.3 187

2056

4 61 1,598 -0.15

44

-0.02 52

438

416

408

3.06

2.2

0.2

2

81 1.0 1.53 7.7 187

6606

1 49 1,131

0.14

79

0.05 50

534

464

414

2.98

1.9

-0.2

1

76 0.4 0.38 5.8 187

1344

3 60 1,416 -0.03

58

0.00 51

480

441

417

2.92

2.3

0.5

3

87 0.7 0.81 6.1 186

8562

1 41 1,559 -0.08

55

-0.04 48

407

397

398

2.94

1.1

0.3

1

82 1.1 2.70 7.0 186

3019

2 57 1,410

0.04

72

-0.01 48

482

454

440

2.90

1.4

0.7

2

74 0.6 0.05 6.3 186

3881

3 56 1,027

0.06

58

0.03 43

503

450

412

2.95

1.9

0.6

2

90 1.3 2.75 6.8 186

7.3 188

1399 1 51 1,409 -0.07 50 -0.04 42 411 408 414 2.96 2.4 -0.8 1 82 2.2 5.25 8.1 186 21810

4 59

851

0.06

51

0.02 35

549

507

478

2.84

4.1

1.4

2

85 1.0 2.06 7.5 186

32943

1 50

939

0.05

52

-0.01 32

505

486

476

2.92

4.2

0.8

1

82 1.2 4.15 8.4 186

9154

2 55

985

0.17

78

0.10 54

558

454

374

3.06

1.7

0.3

2

84 0.4 -1.15 4.6 185

2528

3 58 1,824 -0.19

46

-0.09 47

339

365

398

2.94

1.9

-0.1

2

90 1.7 4.88 8.3 185

4 61 1,357

0.00

62

-0.02 44

489

471

465

2.82

2.4

0.4

0

90 0.7 0.86 7.8 185

1 52 1,308 -0.06

49

-0.02 42

431

415

411

2.84

2.1

0.4

1

82 0.0 3.45 5.5 185

1 45 1,142

57

0.01 42

471

436

414

3.02

2.9

-0.1

758

067432386 32386 CA 067434376 34376 CA 117649961 11316 CA 067372130 2130 CA 117506345 3622 OH

JENKS JEVON J1838 116423867 JENKS, WILLIAM H. (JIM) WI AHLEM BROTHERS MAGNUM 22676 840003007771136 AHLEM BROTHERS CA WELCOME VIEW JAZZ JUNIPER 067059226 NATURE VIEW FARMS LLC OH GR REFUGE IMPULS 9202 116795212 REFUGE DAIRY TX JCJ MAGNUM 22857 840003007770955 AHLEM, JAMES CA

%F

1838 22676

0.02

0

7.7 185

1 52 1,538 -0.05 60 0.01 57 413 364 332 2.98 0.7 -2.3 1 82 1.8 3.24 8.5 184 1 50 1,416

0.11

87

0.01 52

465

421

394

3.10

0.5

-0.2

1

76 0.6 0.71 6.9 184

1 51 1,031

0.09

65

0.08 52

534

444

376

3.06

2.6

-0.1

1

76 0.5 0.10 6.0 184

3 58 1,475 -0.03

61

-0.02 49

504

480

469

2.94

3.5

0.0

2

80 0.3 -0.68 7.7 184

1 48 1,324

0.07

75

0.00 48

537

498

475

2.92

3.0

0.5

1

78 0.1 -1.56 6.4 184

5 61 1,132 -0.03

46

0.03 46

536

483

446

2.82

4.2

0.0

3

86 0.4 0.51 7.7 184

9202

2 54

978

0.09

63

0.06 46

472

400

347

3.10

2.2

0.7

2

76 0.4 2.32 4.6 184

22857

1 47

829

0.07

52

0.03 35

575

531

499

2.98

5.1

1.3

1

79 0.9 1.44 5.9 184

2 55 1,389

0.06

76

0.03 55

493

433

393

3.04

1.1

-0.2

1

74 0.1 -1.32 6.1 183

226

3462 2395

1 50 1,500 -0.08

52

-0.01 51

426

397

382

2.90

0.7

0.3

3467

2 53 1,625 -0.08

59

-0.05 48

370

368

376

3.02

1.5

-0.4

1

85 1.5 4.07 7.5 183

4144

3 57 2,201 -0.17

65

-0.10 58

363

388

424

2.98

0.2

-0.5

0

90 0.1 0.42 5.0 182

1031

3 54

0.09

59

0.10 52

540

437

358

3.06

2.5

0.0

2

83 0.4 -0.12 5.2 182

5 58 2,008 -0.25

40

-0.10 51

338

370

409

2.92

0.9

1.0

0

78 0.4 1.35 7.2 182

9414

2 55 1,300

0.08

76

0.01 49

443

398

368

2.94

1.1

0.2

1

66 0.6 1.89 6.9 182

2066

1 51 1,579 -0.06

60

-0.04 48

415

407

411

2.95

1.2

-0.2

1

84 1.3 2.37 6.7 182

31599

926

0

7.4 183

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Registration state

GREEN VALLEY DAIRY CA GR MAINS VERMEER MOODY 067298464 MAINS, DANIEL R. PA FOREST GLEN IMPULS JEWEL 067282765 BANSEN STANLEY K. & DORA H. OR BW NASRALLAH SOPHIA S826 BRENTWOOD FARMS CDF SHAWNEE BLAIR M26644 TATE, BROCK PR WILLOW GROVE ASTRONAUT 8732 DIAS, STEVE THREE VALLEYS MAIDS LEGAL-ET ROOS BRUCE & HALE KARA JCJ SPARKY 23687 AHLEM, JAMES

116739960 CA 840003005581834 CA 114040138 CA 117868805 OR 840003008624879 CA

BOHNERTS PAT MONICA BOHNERT JAMES L. & FAMILY PR EBERT HEADLINE 7526 EBERT RANDY & RENEE MM ABE 8464 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY NYMAN MOHAWK 12574 NYMAN BROS. JCJ SPARKY 23497 AHLEM BROTHERS

067421201 IL 069485382 WI 116923518 OR 116944755 CA 840003008216923 CA

JCJ MAGNUM 22826 840003007770986 AHLEM BROTHERS CA HILMAR SPARKY 32840 067432840 AHLEM, CHARLES CA CDF SPARKY ACE P36573 840003008237465 CDFD-HARTLEY TX WILSONVIEW IMPULS MELODIE 067191474 WILSONVIEW DAIRY OR PR CAL-MART IMPULS KAIROS 2942 116807256 MARTIN DAIRY LLC OR

CN

Predicted Transmitting Ability Type Fat %P Prot CM$ NM$ FM$ SCS PL PR Rec FS PTAT JUI EFI JPI

Rec Rel Milk

%F

8464

1 51 1,232

0.06

69

0.02 47

461

416

386

3.06

1.7

-0.4

1

80 0.8 2.38 6.1 182

2765

2 56

763

0.13

60

0.08 43

551

465

400

2.90

2.8

0.6

3

88 1.1 1.53 5.9 182

1827

2 55 1,169

0.06

65

-0.01 40

484

460

448

3.02

2.8

0.3

3

87 1.5 3.29 7.9 182

26644

3 58 1,005

0.03

52

0.01 38

514

478

455

2.86

3.2

1.1

4

90 1.2 1.95 6.9 182

1645

5 58 1,827 -0.23

37

-0.09 46

380

411

447

2.96

2.8

1.1

0

9051

1 55 1,065

0.06

61

0.03 43

479

430

397

3.00

2.5

-0.5

23687

1 47 1,159

0.09

70

-0.04 33

472

476

486

2.92

2.9

0.2

0

1201

1 50

0.18

63

0.05 32

558

501

457

2.90

4.0

0.7

1

87 1.5 2.95 6.0 181

7526

1 47 2,456 -0.35

40

-0.15 56

275

340

409

2.99

1.0

0.3

1

81 1.1 1.91 7.8 180

8464

2 56 1,011

0.17

80

0.07 50

552

468

405

2.88

2.1

-0.4

2

68 -0.4 -1.55 5.7 180

12574

2 55 1,321

0.07

74

0.01 49

453

411

383

2.92

1.4

-0.7

2

60 -0.4 0.43 8.0 180

23497

1 49 1,143 -0.02

48

0.02 44

477

433

404

3.02

3.0

0.0

1

79 1.1 2.15 8.2 180

22826

1 48 1,268

0.08

74

-0.01 43

514

490

477

2.97

3.3

0.5

1

75 0.6 0.06 6.5 180

32840

1 49 1,144 -0.01

51

0.00 40

455

428

413

2.94

3.0

-0.1

1

82 1.2 3.50 8.1 180

619

1

0.4 2.04 7.2 181

87 1.8 3.95 6.3 181 7.9 181

36573

1 50 1,026

0.05

57

0.00 37

470

441

423

2.95

2.9

0.1

0

1474

3 58 1,022

0.09

64

0.07 50

555

472

410

2.95

3.0

0.3

2

78 0.0 -1.07 5.7 179

2942

2 56 1,072

0.08

64

0.05 47

494

429

383

2.94

1.9

0.6

2

81 0.4 0.83 5.0 179

7000

3 57

0.18

64

0.11 44

529

424

340

3.00

1.8

0.8

2

84 0.4 1.68 5.0 179

2356

1 49 1,562 -0.16

39

-0.06 43

453

463

482

3.02

4.9

0.2

1

81 1.1 1.33 8.4 179

32051

1 52 1,243 -0.04

50

-0.01 42

420

396

385

3.16

2.7

-0.2

1

83 1.5 3.64 7.1 179

14197

2 55 1,126

0.01

54

0.00 41

542

509

488

2.80

4.3

0.8

2

82 0.2 -0.75 6.1 179

14422

1 48 1,045

0.03

54

0.01 40

446

407

381

2.94

2.5

0.0

1

74 0.9 3.88 8.7 179

840003007911199 CA 117327089 AZ 117014448 WI 067323052 OR 116890739 OR

14359

1 48 1,030

0.11

68

0.00 37

529

501

484

2.96

3.7

0.8

1

76 0.5 1.35 6.8 179

7864

1 51 1,765 -0.04

72

-0.07 49

388

398

418

3.04

0.8

-0.2

1

80 1.2 1.89 6.9 178

7154

3 53 1,813 -0.13

57

-0.09 47

372

397

428

2.94

1.4

0.4

3

88 0.9 2.68 5.4 178

3052

2 56 1,001 -0.02

42

0.05 46

487

418

367

3.08

2.9

1.4

1

79 0.3 0.70 5.4 178

3069

2 55

0.19

75

0.08 45

520

436

372

2.98

1.5

0.2

2

82 0.3 0.45 5.5 178

RED TOP ACE 13767 067413767 RED TOP JERSEYS CA HI-LAND LEGAL LABEL 067146543 CHAMBERLAIN, GREG NY CDF MAGNUM BOSS N33529 840003006398932 C & S LIVESTOCK CA LANDSCAPE MAGNUM 387 117493506 LANDSCAPE JERSEYS CA PR FARIA BROTHERS LOUIE 58818 840003008949160 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX

13767

2 56 1,417 -0.02

60

-0.04 43

354

348

351

3.06

0.3

1.1

2

84 1.0 4.81 8.5 178

6543

1 50 1,005 -0.06

35

0.02 39

445

405

379

2.90

3.2

0.4

1

85 1.8 4.89 6.9 178

33529

2 51 1,186

0.07

68

-0.02 38

499

485

482

2.91

3.0

1.2

1

79 0.7 1.66 7.1 178

50387

1 51

0.08

51

0.01 30

555

527

509

2.96

5.4

1.6

1

83 0.8 1.51 6.9 178

58818

2 50 2,280 -0.20

64

-0.12 57

291

330

377

2.98 -0.1

-0.5

1

85 0.6 2.40 6.4 177

MM IMPULS 7000 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY BARLASS HEADLINE PANDA BARLASS JERSEYS LLC PR HILMAR SPARKY 32051 AHLEM, CHARLES VALSIGNA SHAWNEE 14197 WICKSTROM DAIRIES, LP NYMANS SPARKY 14422 NYMAN BROS. GR FOOTHILL MAGNUM 14359 AHLEM FOOTHILL FARMS MS PLUS 5005 G864 MOUNTAIN SHADOW DAIRY PR KEMPERS DARIUS HAZEL 7154 KEMPER, CHRISTOPHER FOREST GLEN IMPULS GRAND BANSEN STANLEY K & DORA H CAL-MART IMPULS CASSIA 3069 MARTIN DAIRY LLC

116552204 OR 117668115 WI 067432051 CA 116964012 CA 117554272 CA

PINE HILL VACATION TALIA 117735259 LINDSAYS PINE HILL JERSEY FARM OH HILMAR SPARKY 34070 067434070 AHLEM, CHARLES CA SUNWEST ABE MOR M23904 840003005347099 SUNWEST JERSEY DAIRY CA MS PLUS 4957 G891 117414949 MOUNTAIN SHADOW DAIRY AZ CDF MAGNUM BOSS N33709 840003006398752 C & S LIVESTOCK CA GR MM IMPULS 8967 117229242 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY OR PINE HILL BOLD REGINA 117735099 LINDSAYS PINE HILL JERSEY FARM OH GR CAR-LEN VALENTINO PANSY 067461075 WAGNER LEONARD & FAMILY MN PR HILMAR DIESEL 32129 067432129 AHLEM, CHARLES CA GR BOHNERTS GANNON ALTOID 067721028 BOHNERT JERSEYS & SKI PAL FARM IL

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629

842

795

8.3 180

3747

1 47 1,166 -0.02

50

0.01 44

493

453

426

2.82

3.6

-0.4

0

7.8 177

34070

1 48 1,116 -0.01

49

0.00 39

416

390

375

2.98

2.2

-0.2

0

8.4 177

23904

3 60

7891

883

0.15

69

0.02 36

567

525

496

2.73

4.1

-0.4

2

83 0.6 1.08 6.7 177

1 51 1,023

0.02

51

-0.02 33

482

469

465

2.78

3.7

0.0

1

85 1.2 4.29 6.8 177

33709

1 48

884

0.14

68

0.01 33

545

515

496

2.88

4.0

0.7

1

77 0.8 1.41 7.1 177

8967

2 53

956

0.20

82

0.09 51

513

418

345

3.04

1.2

0.4

1

79 0.1 -0.51 4.3 176

3731

1 49 1,595 -0.13

47

-0.04 49

343

333

335

2.94

0.1

-0.2

0

7.4 176

10611

1 50 1,293 -0.05

49

0.00 47

406

368

345

2.96

1.6

-0.5

0

8.4 176

32129

1 49 1,198

0.14

83

0.01 45

511

470

443

2.99

2.0

0.4

1

78 0.2 -0.51 5.3 176

1028

2 58 1,226

0.04

65

-0.01 42

411

386

372

2.99

1.7

0.2

2

83 1.7 3.94 8.6 176

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Name owner

BW NASRULLAH ELOISE S753 BRENTWOOD FARMS AHLEM BROTHERS MAGNUM 22999 AHLEM BROTHERS BARLASS ECLIPSE MADYN BARLASS JERSEYS LLC JCJ MAGNUM 22664 AHLEM BROTHERS SUNSET CANYON JEVON LVG MAID-ET CEDARCREST FARMS

Registration state

116681810 CA 840003007770813 CA 117897869 WI 840003007771148 CA 115988736 AL

SHENANDOAH KINGSVILLE SEANA 116017224 SHENANDOAH JERSEYS & ANDERSON ROB & KERRI MD FOREST GLEN PLUS SHALIMAR 067323881 FOREST GLEN JERSEYS OR NYMANS SPARKY 14561 117614611 NYMAN BROS. CA MS JEVON 5372 F761 116660628 MOUNTAIN SHADOW DAIRY AZ GR AARDEMA KRAMER 25756 118086620 AARDEMA DAIRY / DOUBLE A DAIRY ID MM LEGAL 9694 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY IMPULS MONICAS MARVEL-ET ALLEN, DAVID AHLEM BROTHERS MAGNUM 22721 AHLEM BROTHERS FOOTHILL MAGNUM 14301 AHLEM FOOTHILL FARMS GR FOOTHILL MAGNUM 14340 AHLEM FOOTHILL FARMS

117303625 OR 116279570 WI 840003007771091 CA 840003007911257 CA 840003007911218 CA

PR HOCKETT DAZZLE 8566 056508566 HOCKETT, KEITH S. NC FOREST GLEN GATSBYS CHAMOMILE 067323449 BANSEN STANLEY K. & DORA H. OR FOREST GLEN ABES WALLY 067323342 FOREST GLEN JERSEYS OR YOSEMITE MAGNUM ACE N22273 840003006458493 CDFD-HARTLEY TX FOOTHILL MAGNUM 14209 840003007911349 AHLEM FOOTHILL FARMS CA

CN

Predicted Transmitting Ability Type Fat %P Prot CM$ NM$ FM$ SCS PL PR Rec FS PTAT JUI EFI JPI

Rec Rel Milk

%F

627

2 55 1,177

0.02

57

-0.01 40

443

420

408

2.98

2.1

22999

1 47 1,123

0.11

73

0.00 40

519

489

472

3.04

2385

1 49 1,028

0.08

62

0.02 40

456

415

388

2.96

22664

1 47 1,099

0.08

67

0.00 39

522

494

478

673

3 61

0.27

84

0.07 39

559

485

500

3 57 1,201 -0.06

44

0.02 47

457

3881

1 49 1,345 -0.03

56

-0.02 44

14561

1 48 1,130 -0.10

32

0.02 44

6761

3 58 1,376

0.01

65

25756

1 46 1,067

0.16

9694

2 54

867

1195

2 56

22721 14301 14340

0.3

2

85 1.4 2.80 7.8 176

3.5

0.9

1

79 0.6 0.49 6.6 176

2.2

-0.5

1

85 1.7 3.28 7.7 176

2.92

3.6

0.7

428

2.98

3.0

-0.5

2

84 1.1 1.90 6.3 176

408

375

2.97

2.6

0.3

2

83 0.7 1.82 8.0 175

413

394

386

2.89

1.5

0.2

1

78 1.2 2.77 7.5 175

433

387

357

2.94

3.2

-0.1

1

79 1.0 2.49 8.7 175

-0.04 42

464

456

459

2.89

2.9

0.7

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87 0.1 0.29 6.9 175

81

0.02 41

536

495

468

2.78

2.8

-0.3

0.09

57

0.05 41

509

444

396

3.02

2.9

772

0.07

49

0.07 41

501

425

367

2.95

1 48

962

0.10

64

0.02 39

523

478

447

1 48

832

0.09

56

0.01 32

507

475

454

1 48

717

0.13

58

0.01 28

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552

1207

1 46 1,795 -0.18

45

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353

3449

1 49 1,064

0.10

69

0.05 48

3342

2 54

719

0

6.4 176

0

6.1 175

1.2

0

85

5.7 175

2.7

0.3

2

87 0.9 2.61 5.2 175

3.00

3.4

0.6

1

78 1.1 0.75 7.2 175

2.94

3.9

1.0

1

75 0.6 2.50 7.1 175

532

2.92

5.7

1.6

1

68 0.4 0.96 6.4 175

359

375

2.96

1.5

-0.7

1

78 1.2 2.01 8.0 174

485

415

364

3.08

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-0.7

1

85 0.7 0.62 6.8 174

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0.02

49

0.06 47

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400

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0.0

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22273

1 49 1,314

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413

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0.2

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1 48

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60

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427

387

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81 1.5 2.79 7.0 174

JCJ MAGNUM 22746 840003007771066 22746 AHLEM BROTHERS CA PR FOOTHILL SPARKY 14570 840003007910988 14570 AHLEM FOOTHILL FARMS CA PR FARIA BROTHERS MAXIMUM 17282 840003001575227 27353 FARIA DAIRY AZ SF VANDYKE 11201 117370117 11201 STAAS FARM INC. CA AVI-LANCHE PHYLLIS 1375 067471375 1375 D & E JERSEYS TX

1 46

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0.10

65

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397

3.06

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387

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477

2.83

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0.4

0

83 0.2 0.58 6.4 174

3 59 1,712 -0.13

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404

400

407

2.93

1.2

0.3

0

88 -0.1 -0.44 8.2 173

HI-LAND REFLECTION FARM CHAMBERLAIN GREG & DAVID JARS OF CLAY BOLD KRYSTAL RANCHO TERESITA DAIRY PR MM LEGAL 11190 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY FOOTHILL KILOWATT 14680 AHLEM FOOTHILL FARMS BW NASRULLAH TRACY S970 BRENTWOOD FARMS

5232

4 61 1,090

0.00

50

0.04 46

440

382

341

3.09

1.8

0.3

2

82 0.9 1.79 6.8 173

3270

1 49 1,146 -0.03

46

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371

343

3.02

1.8

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1

82 1.3 3.31 7.1 173

11190

1 50 1,128

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51

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420

404

2.92

2.9

0.3

0

82

14680

1 48

947

0.04

51

0.03 40

462

412

376

2.88

2.2

1.0

1

75 0.4 1.96 7.7 173

2 55 1,190

0.06

67

-0.02 39

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430

423

2.98

2.3

0.4

2

83 1.1 2.40 8.1 173

067125232 NY 067243270 CA 117864342 OR 840003007910878 CA 116818647 CA

JCJ SPARKY 23648 840003008624918 AHLEM BROTHERS CA PR GURE BEHIA ADVICE 716 067094716 GREEN VALLEY DAIRY CA CDF SPARKY GREATNESS P38585 840003008236953 C & S LIVESTOCK CA JCJ MAGNUM 22836 840003007770976 AHLEM BROTHERS CA SUNWEST MAGNUM BELLRINGER N31898 840003007461128 CDFD-HARTLEY TX CAL-MART VITO FIONA 3526 117200810 MARTIN DAIRY LLC OR DOMINOS PLUS LADONNA 117713909 DEWITT, MARGARET ANNE NY GR CAR-LEN DALE MELINDA 067078834 WAGNER LEONARD & FAMILY MN IMPULS DELANI OF JCB 117004982 BEACHY, JERRY C. KS GR HILMAR CELEBRITY 33846 067433846 AHLEM, CHARLES CA HI-LAND JEVON MORE CHAMBERLAIN, DAVID R. NYMANS ABE 13370 NYMAN BROS. NATURE VIEW VULCAN BRIDGET NATURE VIEW FARMS LLC

067135929 NY 116853912 CA 067056365 OH

1549 23648 716

0.13

1 49 1,559 0.00 71 0.00 55 430 391 369 2.95 0.6 -0.9 1 79 0.7 -0.05 7.1 173

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0.05

53

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469

420

385

2.89

2.6

0.4

0

2 53 1,147

1 47

0.08

68

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438

419

411

2.89

1.4

0.2

3

6.8 173

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83 1.3 2.95 8.1 173

38585

1 46 1,124

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51

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2.94

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22836

1 47

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76 0.2 1.11 6.7 173

31898

1 50

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70

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84 0.7 0.34 6.8 173

3526

2 54 1,679 -0.08

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1 46 1,589 -0.11

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0.3

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0

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2 54 1,540 -0.13

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392

388

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83 0.5 0.95 7.1 172

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84 0.9 0.10 5.6 172

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0

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69

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1 40 1,165 -0.01

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2.88

1.6

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5929

3 59

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77

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2.98

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83 0.4 -0.12 7.0 172

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2 57

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365

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Name owner

CDF SPARKY BRAZO P36619 C & S LIVESTOCK PINE HILL IMPULS INEZ UNKEFER, WILLIAM OWEN

Registration state

CN

840003008237419 CA 115865749 OH

36619

GR DEBOER TBONE F9115 117398230 DEBOER, NICO TX SUNWEST SPARKY HANNIBAL P33891 840003008238393 CDFD-HARTLEY TX AHLEM BROTHERS MAGNUM 22922 840003007770890 AHLEM BROTHERS CA NYMANS MOHAWK 13376 116853976 NYMAN BROS CA FOREST GLEN ADDISONS PEABODY 067323289 BANSEN, DAN K. OR GR OSCEOLA GANNON ELLEN C245 116834197 BAKER ROBERT T. OR JANET A. WA CAL-MART BLADE MABEL 3889 117481365 MARTIN DAIRY LLC OR SUNWEST SHAH ABE N31914 840003007461112 SUNWEST JERSEY DAIRY CA CAL-MART IMPULS CHARIS 2534 116487975 MARTIN DAIRY LLC OR GR MFW GANNON KOPSY 067351615 MASON, P. THOMAS MD MAINS BOLD ALISON 067348530 MAINS DAIRY PA PR D&E SPARKY WISCONSIN 5118 067375118 D & E JERSEYS TX GR CDF SPARKY ABE P38596 840003008236942 CDFD-HARTLEY TX GR KUTZ IMPULS 6658 840003003997086 KUTZ DAIRY LLC WI OSCEOLA MATINEE ELLEN D654 115742408 BAKER ROBERT T. OR JANET A. WA

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4 59

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2.99

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1 50

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1 52

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2.84

4.5

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82 1.0 2.14 7.8 172

22922

1 48

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544

534

531

3.03

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83 1.0 1.06 7.0 172

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2 54 1,409 -0.06

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-0.01 49

427

394

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2.96

2.4

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2

83 0.0 0.72 7.9 171

3289

1 48 1,403 -0.02

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396

384

2.94

1.7

-0.2

2

84 0.9 1.34 7.6 171

245

3 56 1,270 -0.04

50

-0.02 42

418

398

389

3.04

2.9

0.8

2

86 1.1 2.08 7.4 171

3889

1 49

863

0.15

69

0.06 42

487

418

367

2.98

1.6

0.1

1

84 0.6 1.44 6.8 171

31914

1 49

793

0.06

48

0.07 41

538

465

409

2.92

4.3

-0.1

1

78 0.5 0.70 7.0 171

926

3 59

697

0.13

56

0.08 40

522

441

379

2.88

2.6

1.0

2

82 0.4 0.87 5.6 171

1615

2 55 1,444 -0.05

56

-0.06 39

396

409

429

2.95

3.2

0.0

1

84 1.0 3.15 8.0 171

8530

1 50 1,030

0.03

53

0.01 38

456

424

403

2.94

2.8

0.0

1

82 1.5 3.09 6.7 171

5118

1 48 1,009

0.02

51

0.01 38

395

360

337

2.98

1.5

0.4

0

7.6 171 7.9 171

38596

1 49

936

0.07

57

0.02 37

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422

395

2.92

2.7

0.0

0

6658

3 60

474

0.12

44

0.11 37

512

417

341

2.98

2.7

1.1

2

83 0.8 2.45 5.7 171

654

3 56

697

0.15

60

0.06 36

579

515

466

2.92

4.2

1.0

2

84 0.2 0.17 5.7 171

93413

NYMANS MAGNUM 14245 117417362 NYMAN BROS. CA FOREST GLEN IMPULS LINDSAY 067261603 BANSEN, DAN K. OR SBF IMPULS HARLEQUIN 067078589 ST BRIGIDS FARM MD FOOTHILL MAGNUM 14318 840003007911240 AHLEM FOOTHILL FARMS CA SF IMPULS 10885 117100606 STAAS FARM INC. CA

14245

117620052 OR 117231102 OR 840003007910642 CA 840003005083344 CA 117650633 OR

Mills Jersey Farm LLC The Newell Mills Family 4675 Sheckler Rd., Fallon, NV 89406 cmills1324@gmail.com • 775/217-5470

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Predicted Transmitting Ability Type Fat %P Prot CM$ NM$ FM$ SCS PL PR Rec FS PTAT JUI EFI JPI

41

23314

GR MM KARL 10919 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY MM ABE 9203 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY GR FOOTHILL FREEZE 14916 AHLEM FOOTHILL FARMS AHLEM BROTHERS IMPULS 19833 AHLEM BROTHERS SAR-BEN BLADE CEE-CEE SAR-BEN FARMS INC.

%F

1 49 1,280 -0.09

JCJ KILOWATT 23314 840003008217106 AHLEM BROTHERS CA BW NASRALLAH TRACIE S793 116704861 BRENTWOOD FARMS CA GR MM IMPULS 8868 117228577 MISTY MEADOW DAIRY OR RICHIES A433 BOX M7860 117013670 DEBOER, NICO TX GR FARIA BROTHERS PLUS 93413 840003008537781 FARIA BROS. DAIRIES TX

SUNBOW VITO VIVACIOUS 117829349 SUNBOW JERSEYS TN PR MAINS GANNON OPRAH 067348556 MAINS, DANIEL R. PA PETERSON NATHAN BERNICE 115691113 PETERSON ERIC & ROY OR GR GYPOS GARDEN 517 795 117691258 GYPO JERSEY FARMS OR RED TOP PLUS 17658 067517658 RED TOP JERSEYS CA

Rec Rel Milk

1 48 1,093 -0.03

44

-0.02 35

456

443

440

2.86

3.5

0.6

1

81 0.7 2.45 7.2 171

1001

2 57 1,027

0.06

59

-0.01 35

481

461

450

2.94

3.2

0.5

2

82 0.8 2.24 7.7 171

8868

2 56 1,154

0.00

53

0.04 48

476

417

376

3.08

2.8

0.4

2

79 0.1 -0.42 4.9 170

2 49

0.03

50

0.06 46

439

365

310

3.02

1.7

-0.4

2

85 1.3 2.89 8.0 170

1 51 1,615 -0.13

48

-0.07 44

350

363

384

2.96

1.5

0.0

0

124

960

7.3 170

1 48 1,309

0.01

62

-0.02 42

472

457

452

3.08

3.3

0.1

2

82 0.5 0.38 7.1 170

1603

3 58

628

0.15

57

0.08 38

511

431

368

3.02

2.7

1.3

2

84 1.0 1.79 6.0 170

589

3 55

452

0.27

71

0.12 38

597

495

413

2.88

3.4

0.5

2

83 -0.1 -0.68 4.8 170

14318

1 45

790

0.17

68

0.02 32

507

470

445

3.02

3.5

1.5

1

76 0.6 1.71 6.7 170

10885

2 56

980

0.02

48

-0.03 29

445

443

448

3.02

3.7

0.8

3

90 1.1 4.01 6.7 170

332

1 45 1,855 -0.12

60

-0.04 58

393

377

376

2.99

1.5

-1.3

0

8556

1 50 1,926 -0.21

46

-0.07 54

306

315

335

2.92

0.9

-0.3

1

78 1.0 1.21 8.2 169

8.4 169

403

4 57 1,240 -0.08

42

0.05 54

421

347

295

3.25

2.1

0.7

2

82 0.0 -0.22 6.9 169

1

85 0.3 0.76 7.1 169

795

2 55 1,523 -0.12

47

-0.03 49

398

379

373

3.10

2.4

0.5

17658

1 46 1,475 -0.11

46

-0.03 47

342

326

322

2.97

0.0

-0.2

0

7.2 169

10919

1 50 1,443

0.01

69

-0.02 47

400

380

373

3.00

1.2

-0.9

0

77

6.9 169

9203

2 55 1,092

0.08

65

0.04 47

510

448

404

2.96

2.5

0.3

1

79 -0.1 -1.95 5.7 169

14916

1 46 1,404 -0.07

50

-0.03 45

414

397

393

2.84

1.9

-0.6

19833

3 57

0.10

64

0.05 45

444

377

328

3.03

0.7

1.2

2

88 0.9 1.42 5.5 169

1 44 1,260 -0.03

51

0.00 44

430

400

384

2.86

1.9

0.2

0

74

4362

984

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Senior heifer calf (11 shown) 1. IOF Tequila Furor Mabelle, Lexi Marie Helton, Brooksville 2. H&D Rileys Autumn Danibelle, Danielle Dixon, Bushnell Summer heifer calf (7 shown) 1. IOF Gene Action Lynn, Lexi Marie Helton 2. BRJ Verbatim Dixie R-51, Cierra Ellis, Plant City Junior heifer calf (5 shown) 1. IOF Fire Iatola Penny, Lexi Marie Helton 2. Heijkoop Riley Daisys Rosie, Milk-A-Way Dairy Inc. and Jaylee Heijkoop, Webster Intermediate yearling heifer (4 shown) 1. IOF Gator Duaiseoir Helena, Lexi Marie Helton 2. IOF Action Kilo Hope, Dillan Jackson McGlothern, Brooksville

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Senior yearling heifer (8 shown) 1. Off-The-Wall Governor Jazzy (S: Griffens GovernorET, D: Turners Molly Lola), Chas Waller, Plant City, jr. champ. 2. Heijkoop BB Showtime Sugarbean, Julia Heijkoop, Webster Summer yearling heifer (5 shown) 1. SAR Shocker Taffy (S: WF Iatola Shocker-ET, D: SAR Apollo Tacky), Gracie Margaret Lee, Plant City, res. jr. champ. 2. Irish Oaks Madman Otto Lina Opal, Brittany Lynn Shirley, Brooksville Junior yearling heifer (1 shown) 1. IOF Legionaire Ressurect Leala, Brittany Lynn Shirley Junior 2-yr.-old cow (7 shown) 1. Oomsdale Louie Garyn Gina-ET, Lylestanley Trace LLC, Lee 2. PR Sunset Harvest Juicy Girl, Kyleigh Glenn, Plant City, 1st best udder Senior 2-yr.-old cow (1 shown) 1. Chyle Land Jacinto Summer (S: Mason Lemvig JacintoET, D: Chyle Land Rocket Stink), Mary Catherine McGehee, Okeechobee, 1st best udder, res. sr. and res. gr. champ. 3-yr.-old cow (4 shown) 1. Turners Molly Lola, Chas Waller, 1st best udder 2. IOF Iatola Golden So Fancy, Dillan Jackson McGlothern 4-yr.-old cow (4 shown) 1. Harris-Dairy BRC Fanney (S: Bridon Remake Comerica-ET, D: Harris-Dairy Jade Fanney-ET), Lylestanley Trace LLC, 1st best udder, sr. and gr. champ. 2. GR Sunshine State Winnies Girl, Mary Catherine McGehee 5-yr.-old cow (2 shown) 1. WC Otto Odie, Dillan Jackson McGlothern, 1st best udder Aged cow (2 shown) 1. IOF Goldenboy Kilo So Sweet, Lexi Marie Helton Dry cow (1 shown) 1. SC Golddust Comerica Mary J A-49, Lori Harrison, Bell 1st best udder—Cream Hill Noble Dixie, Kelli Jo Hamilton, Riverview, 2nd in class Dairy herd (1 shown) 1. Dillan Jackson McGlothern Best three females (1 shown) 1. Dillan Jackson McGlothern Get of sire (3 shown) 1. Dillan Jackson McGlothern 2. Johanna Heijkoop, Webster

Harris-Dairy BRC Fanney 1st 4-yr.-old cow Senior and Grand Champion

Oomsdale Louie Garyn Gina-ET 1st Junior 2-yr.-old cow Produce of dam (3 shown) 1. Dillan Jackson McGlothern 2. Lexi Marie Helton Dam and daughter (4 shown) 1. Lexi Marie Helton 2. Chas Waller, Plant City Breeders herd (1 shown) 1. Dillan Jackson McGlothern

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Ohio State Fair Jersey Show

August 2-3, 2013, Ohio Expo Center, Columbus, Ohio Jeff Brown, Jackson Center, Ohio, judge 198 head shown Senior and Grand Champion female—Bridon Jade Eliza-ET, Keaton, Kinley, and Madelyn Topp, Botkins • Reserve Senior and Reserve Grand Champion female—SA-Fire Hired Guns Blaze, TJ Classic Jerseys and Kyle McGuire, West Liberty • Intermediate Champion female—KEK Exclamation Rose, Trevor John Greiwe, Quincy • Reserve Intermediate Champion female—Excitation Elsie, Williams Jerseys and Erin and Jody Williams, McConnelsville • Junior Champion female—Stoney Point Tequila Sunrise, Lindsey Bowen, Duane Cole, and Mike Heath, Burghill • Reserve Junior Champion female—Miss Triple-T Sure Bet, Deven and Kyle McGuire, West Liberty • Premier Breeder—Greiwe and Knoop Jerseys, Sidney • Premier Exhibitor—TJ Classic Jerseys, Ansonia

TJ Classic Jerseys, Alliance 4-yr.-old cow (10 shown) 1. SA-Fire Hired Guns Blaze (S: SV Jade Hired GunET, D: SA-Fire Tigers Brandy), TJ Classic Jerseys and Kyle McGuire, West Liberty, 2nd best udder, res. sr. and res. gr. champ. 2. Milo Governor Sky, TJ Classic Jerseys and Thomas Breakell, Ansonia, 1st best udder 3. Harmony Corners Fozzy-ET, Jacob Morgan and Matthew Richards, Urbana 5-yr.-old cow (7 shown) 1. Family Hill Comerica Flame-ET, Neal Diley and Williams Jerseys, McConnelsville, 2nd best udder, overall production winner 2. DFJ I Roc Topsie, James and Sherry Jodrey and (continued to page 109)

Class Winners Junior heifer calf (12 shown) 1. DKG Motion Blinky, John, Donna, Trevor, Lane and Blake Greiwe and Grace, Garrett, and Meredith Hageman, Sidney 2. DKG Motion Beauty, Lane Randall Greiwe, Quincy 3. Topp-View Hired Gun Fancy, Madelyn Topp, Botkins Intermediate heifer calf (17 shown) 1. SSF Hired Gun Corina, Elaina Sharp, Calla and Mason Mazzaro, and Cheryl Beinhardt, Williamsfield 2. Topp View Spahrs HG Emily, Tristan and Tara Spahr and Keaton and Kinley Topp, Botkins 3. Jodrey Vincent Frost, Jodrey Jersey Farm and Greg Neal, Winchester Senior heifer calf (22 shown) 1. Miss Triple-T Sure Bet (S: Tower Vue Prime TequilaET, D: Miss Triple T Sensational-ET), Deven and Kyle McGuire, West Liberty, res. jr. champ. 2. DKG Vindication Passion, John, Donna, Trevor, Lane and Blake Greiwe and Grace, Garrett, and Meredith Hageman 3. D J Tequila Venus, Jake, Luke and Josh Hershberger, Casstown Summer yearling heifer (11 shown) 1. TJ Classic Remake Vanna-ET, Joe Nash, Michael Heath and Triple T Holsteins, Campbellsville, Ky. 2. J-Kay Tequila Marlee, Erika Graves and Jacob Morgan, Urbana 3. DKG Grandious Frisky, John, Donna, Trevor, Lane and Blake Greiwe and Grace, Garrett, and Meredith Hageman Junior yearling heifer (11 shown) 1. Stoney Point Tequila Sunrise (S: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET, D: Stoney Point Sulton Sunny), Lindsey Bowen, Duane Cole and Mike Heath, Burghill, jr. champ. 2. JWH Regan Penelope, Danielle Danielson, Madelyn Top and Hershberger Bros. Jerseys, Casstown 3. J-Kay Tequila Marcy, Matthew Richards, Urbana Intermediate yearling heifer (14 shown) 1. DKG Tequila Coffe, John, Donna, Trevor, Lane and Blake Greiwe and Grace, Garrett, and Meredith Hageman 2. Topp-View Crockett Garcia Envy, Keaton and Kinley Topp, Botkins 3. Topp-View Garcia Eve, Keaton, Kinley and Madelyn Topp, Botkins

Senior yearling heifer (21 shown) 1. Arethusa Surefire Viveca-ET, Robert W. Brown and Family, Centerburg 2. Aragorn Pat A Cake, Matthew Richards 3. IC Tequila Laurie, Madelyn Topp, Hershberger Bros. Jerseys, and Alice Ann Young, Wapakoneta Futurity (16 shown) 1. KEK Exclamation Rose (S: Eclipses Exclamation, D: KEK Vindication Daisy), Trevor John Greiwe, Quincy, 1st best udder, int. champ. 2. DKG Motion Oreo, John, Donna, Trevor, Lane and Blake Greiwe and Grace, Garrett, and Meredith Hageman 3. HBJ Action Seirra, Danielle Danielson, Troy nd 2 best udder in class—DKG Exclamation Sunburst, John, Donna, Trevor, Lane and Blake Greiwe and Grace, Garrett, and Meredith Hageman Junior 2-yr.-old cow (15 shown) 1. Underground D-Mamie Dijon, Williams Jerseys and Erin and Jody Williams, McConnelsville, 1st best udder 2. HLF Grand Prix Ruby, Rachel and Reed Anderson, New Philadelphia, 2nd best udder 3. Call Del Tequila Jaguar, Brian Call, South Charleston Senior 2-yr.-old cow (11 shown) 1. Frog Hollow Comerica Dee Cee, Madelyn Topp, 1st best udder 2. Laurick BT Mickey, Rick Brewer and Family and Hershberger Bros. Jerseys, Arrington, Tenn. 3. Grammer Ontime Mazda, Grammer Jersey Farm LLC, Sebring, 2nd best udder Junior 3-yr.-old cow (10 shown) 1. Excitation Elsie (S: Bridon Excitation, D: Indiana Electra), Williams Jerseys and Erin and Jody Williams, 1st best udder, res. int. champ. 2. Forever Little T of TJ Classic, Joel and Greg Bourne and Tabitha Francis, Ansonia, 2nd best udder 3. Joeleebeth Nevada Karmel, Jacob Gravenkemper, Springfield Senior 3-yr.-old cow (12 shown) 1. Bridon Jade Eliza-ET (S: Giprat Belles Jade-ET, D: Bridon Whistler Eloquent-ET), Keaton, Kinley and Madelyn Topp, 1st best udder, sr. and gr. champ. 2. DKG Jade Princess, Lane Randall Greiwe, Quincy, 2nd best udder 3. Marhaven Tequila Uppercut, Marhaven Jerseys and

Family Hill Comerica Flame-ET 1st 5-yr.-old cow

Bridon Jade Eliza-ET 1st Senior 3-yr.-old cow Senior Champion and Grand Champion

SA-Fire Hired Guns Blaze 1st 4-yr.-old cow Res. Senior and Res. Grand Champion

Excitation Elsie 1st Junior 3-yr.-old cow Reserve Intermediate Champion

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Underground D-Mamie Dijon 1st Junior 2-yr.-old cow

KEK Exclamation Rose Futurity Winner Intermediate Champion

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Michigan Dairy Expo Jersey Show

• July 19, 2013, MSU Livestock Pavilion, East Lansing, Mich. • Jeff Sayles, Paris, Ont., judge • 89 head shown • Sr. and Gr. Champ. female—Cloverfield Centurion Ellie May-ET, Craig Martin, Charlotte • Int. Champ. and Res. Gr. Champ. female—Edgebrook Lady Gaga, Tera Koebel, Three Oaks • Res. Sr. Champ. female—Miss Sambo Black Gold, Jean and Craig Martin, Olivet • Res. Int. Champ. female—Royalty Ridge G Fashionista-ET, Connor Nugent, Madison Moyer and Cash McCauley, Lowell • Futurity winner—JVB Red Hot Iatola Joette, Jim and Janet VanBuskirk, Carleton • Jr. Champ. female—Blackview Guapo Terrific, Stacey Lafferty, Howard City • Res. Jr. Champ. female—PR Buells Tradition Louise, John, Dorothy, Alexis and Luke Bowman, Addison • Premier Breeder and Premier Exhibitor—Buells Bovines, Temperence Class Winners

Yearling bull (2 shown) 1. CDW Lanas Tequila Shooter, Chester and Denise Weston, Concord

Cloverfield Centurion Ellie May-ET 1st 4-yr.-old cow Senior and Grand Champion

Renmoor Keeper Glitter 1st Aged cow

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Junior heifer calf (7 shown) 1. Vitality Ever After, Emily Green, Elsie 2. Tumbleweed Hi Jasmine-ET, Kristen Burkhardt, Jake, Nikki, Connor and Keegan Nugent, Lowell Intermediate heifer calf (8 shown) 1. Blackview Guapo Terrific (S: Yellow Briar Guapo Terrific, D: Woodsview Minister Tease-ET), Stacey Lafferty, Howard City, jr. champ. 2. PR JKJ Eclipes Frankie-P, Jenna Beeker, Constantine Senior heifer calf (9 shown) 1. PR Buells Tradition Louise (S: Family Hill Cir TraditionET, D: OA Buells Bovine Cindy Lou 6200), John, Dorothy, Alexis and Luke Bowman, Addison, res. jr. champ. 2. Rod-Er-Dic Sultan Vienna, Roger A. and Paul R. Meyer, Byron Center Summer yearling heifer (6 shown) 1. Hy-Life Tequila Jacinda, James L. Mishler, Lagrange, Ind. 2. Maurics Reagan Hopeful, Amber Black and Stacey Lafferty, Howard City Junior yearling heifer (10 shown) 1. Tumbleweed Tequila Beyonce, Kristen Burkhardt, Jake, Nikki, Connor and Keegan Nugent 2. Vitality Enchanted Evening, Emily Green and Paige Remenar, Elsie Intermediate yearling heifer (4 shown) 1. Tumbleweed Tequila Guacamole, Madison E. Moyer, Caro 2. Buells Mort Pickles, Skylar and Stoney Buell, Carleton Senior yearling heifer (5 shown) 1. Ratliff Tequila Summer-ET, Sadie Green and Daniel Remenar, Elsie 2. Class-E Tequila Margarita, Eric Moster, Dansville Milking yearling (2 shown) 1. Rod-Er-Dic Action Leana, Roger A. and Paul R. Meyer Junior 2-yr.-old cow (6 shown) 1. Tumbleweed Action Vanna, Jake and Nikki Nugent, Connor Nugent, and Kristen Burkhardt, Lowell 2. Her-Man Shocker Allete-ET, Susan M. Green, Elsie Senior 2-yr.-old cow (9 shown) 1. Edgebrook Lady Gaga (S: Shamrock Giller, D: Gadget Jade of Edgebrook), Tera Koebel, Three Oaks, int. champ. and res. gr. champ. 2. Royalty Ridge G Fashionista-ET (S: Griffens Governor-ET, D: Family Hill SD Favorite), Connor Nugent, Madison Moyer and Cash McCauley, Lowell, res. int. champ. Futurity (8 shown) 1. JVB Red Hot Iatola Joette, Jim and Janet VanBuskirk, Carleton 2. Vitality MVP Bit of Lace, Sadie Green, Elsie Junior 3-yr.-old cow (3 shown) 1. Pro-Hart Sultan Dora, Pro-Hart Jerseys, Nicholas Clark, Melanie and Cole Provoast, Prescott 2. Royal Dream Maci, Raymond J. Jr. and Thelma Jacobs, Corunna Senior 3-yr.-old cow (2 shown) 1. Vitality MVP Bit of Lace, Sadie Green 4-yr.-old cow (9 shown) 1. Cloverfield Centurion Ellie May-ET (S: Sooner Centurion-ET, D: Smart Remake Enchantment), Craig A. Martin, Charlotte, sr. champ. and gr. champ. 2. Cloverfield Centurion Éclair-ET, Madison E. Moyer, Caro 5-yr.-old cow (2 shown) 1. Miss Sambo Black Gold (S: Lester Sambo, D: Councillers BlackeyedSusan), Jean and Craig Martin, Olivet Aged cow (1 shown) 1. Renmoor Keeper Glitter, Bruce Rendon and Craig Martin, Olivet

Ratliff Tequila Summer-ET 1st Senior yearling heifer

JVB Red Hot Iatola Joette was selected by judge Jeff Sayles as the winner of the Michigan Jersey Futurity. She was shown by Deanne Buell. Stoney Buell accepts the banner from Michigan Jersey Queen Jennifer Crabtree. The Buells were also named Premier Breeder and Exhibitor of the show. Photo courtesy of Dairy Agenda Today.

Craig Martin exhibitied Cloverfield Centurion Ellie May-ET to Grand Champion honors at the Michigan Dairy Expo. Edgebrook Lady Gaga took Intermediate Champion and Reserve Grand Champion honors for Tera Koebel. Also pictured are Elyse Martin and daughter Adelaide with Michigan Queen Jennifer Crabtree and Judge Sayles at the far right. Photo courtesy of Dairy Agenda Today.

Blackview Guapo Terrific 1st Intermediate heifer calf Junior Champion

Vitality Ever After 1st Junior heifer calf

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Ohio State Fair Open Show (continued from page 107) Family, Winchester, 1st best udder 3. Hollylane Iatola Justine-ET, Madison and Mason Moore, Plano, Texas Aged cow (9 shown) 1. Breezy Knoll JW Missy, Grant Cope, Salem, 1st best udder 2. Forever Hopeful Tanya, Joel and Greg Bourne and Tabitha Francis, 2nd best udder 3. TJ Classic Moment Layla, Joel and Tabitha Bourne, Ansonia Junior best three females (4 shown) 1. Greiwe and Knoop Jerseys, Sidney 2. Topp-View Farms, Botkins 3. TJ Classic Jerseys, Ansonia Senior best three females (4 shown) 1. Greiwe and Knoop Jerseys 2. TJ Classic Jerseys 3. Dale Anderson, New Philadelphia Exhibitors herd (4 shown) 1. Greiwe and Knoop Jerseys 2. TJ Classic Jerseys 3. Williams Jerseys, McConnelsville Dam and offspring (3 shown) 1. TJ Classic Jerseys 2. TJ Classic Jerseys Produce of dam (4 shown) 1. TJ Classic Jerseys 2. Call-Del Farm, South Charleston 3. Greiwe and Knoop Jerseys

DKG Motion Blinky 1st Junior heifer calf

SSF Hired Gun Corina 1st Intermediate heifer calf

Arethusa Surefire Viveca-ET 1st Intermediate yearling heifer

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Michigan Dairy Expo Junior Jersey Show

Cloverfield Centurion Éclair-ET was named Grand Champion for Madison Moyer, Caro, at the Michigan Dairy Expo Junior Jersey Show on July 19, 2013. Royalty Ridge G Fashionista-ET was named Reserve Grand Champion for Connor Nugent, Lowell. Jeff Sayles, Paris, Ont., judged the 33 Registered Jerseys shown in East Lansing, Mich. Class Winners

Junior heifer calf (3 shown) Windrift Tequila Silky-ET, Melanie Provoast, Prescott Intermediate heifer calf (2 shown) Blackview Guapo Terrific (S: Yellow Briar Heaths Guapo, D: Woodsview Minister Tease-ET), Stacey Lafferty, Howard City, jr. champ. Senior heifer calf (3 shown) Rod-Er-Dic Sultan Sister, Kailey Sweers, Caledonia Summer yearling heifer (2 shown) Maurics Reagan Hopeful, Stacey Lafferty Junior yearling heifer (2 shown) Tumbleweed Tequila Beyonce (S: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET, D: Tumbleweed Exciting Bombshell-ET) Kristen Burkhardt, Lowell, res. jr. champ. Intermediate yearling heifer (3 shown) Tumbleweed Tequila Guacamole, Madison E. Moyer, Caro Senior yearling heifer (3 shown) Ratliff Tequlia Summer-ET, Daniel Remenar, Elsie Milking yearling (1 shown) Cloverfield Edwin Zinger, Cole Provoast, Prescott Junior 2-yr.-old cow (3 shown) Tumbleweed Action Vanna (S: Forest Glen Avery ActionET, D: Bettys Las Vegas Deluxe), Nikki Nugent, Lowell,

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Blackview Guapo Terrific 1st Intermediate heifer calf Junior Champion

Cloverfield Centurion Eclair-ET 1st 4-yr.-old cow Senior and Grand Champion

res. int. champ. Senior 2-yr.-old cow (4 shown) Royalty Ridge G Fashionista-ET (S: Griffens GovernorET, D: Family Hill SD Favorite), Connor Nugent, Lowell, int. champ. and res. gr. champ. Junior 3-yr.-old cow (1 shown) Pro-Hart Sultan Dora, Melanie Provoast Senior 3-yr.-old cow (1 shown) CJ Athenas Tiger Princess Aylia, Nathan J. Crabtree, Addison 4-yr.-old cow (4 shown) Cloverfield Centurion Éclair-ET (S: Sooner CenturionET, D: Smart Remake Enchantment), Madison E. Moyer, sr. and gr. champ. 5-yr.-old cow (1 shown) Misty Morning Vin Brianna (S: Vindication, D: Misty Morn Comerica Buddy), Austin Zmrzlik, Fremont, res. sr. champ.

Ratliff Tequila Summer-ET 1st Senior yearling heifer

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Delaware State Fair Jersey Show • • • •

July 21, 2013, Harrington, Del. Matt Fry, Chestertown, Md., judge 35 head shown Sr., Gr. and Sup. Champ. female— Emervest Senzas Lillybug-ET, Donovan Hollingsworth, Scott Youse and Kenley Cook, Denton, Md. • Res. Sr. and Res. Gr. Champ. female—Saybrook Minister Sawyer-ET, Patrick Scott Youse, Ridgely, Md. • Jr. Champ. female—Say KC Dee Verbatum Lady Bug-ET, Kenley Cook and Patrick Youse, Hartly • Res. Jr. Champ. female—Saybrook HG Bubbly-ET, Natalie J. Youse, Ridgely, Md. Class Winners

Junior heifer calf (4 shown) 1. Cowabuga Snow Bug, Kenley S. and Courtney Cook, Hartly 2. Heather Ridge Sure Bet, Kaylee and Sam Dulin, Clayton Intermediate heifer calf (6 shown) 1. G&S Tequila Kiwi, Gregg and Stephanie Knutsen, Harrington 2. Saybrook OVF Tequila Sunny, Natalie J. Youse, Ridgely, Md. Senior heifer calf (5 shown) 1. Say KC Dee Verbatum Lady Bug-ET (S: Arethusa Verbatim Response-ET, D: Emervest Senzas Lillybug-ET), Kenley Cook and Patrick Youse, Hartly, jr. champ. 2. G&S Hired Gun Peachy, Gregg and Stephanie Knutsen Summer yearling heifer (5 shown) 1. Say KC Dee Comerica June Bug, Donovan Hollingsworth, Scott Youse and Kenley Cook, Denton, Md. 2. Grand Slam HG Camryn, McKenna Vest, Clayton Junior yearling heifer (4 shown) 1. Saybrook HG Bubbly-ET (S: SV Jade Hired Gun-ET, D: Lakeside Excitation Brittney), Natalie J. Youse, res. jr. champ. 2. Underground Hollys Hope, Jacob Green, Middletown Intermediate yearling heifer (2 shown) 1. Underground J-Mamie Jazzy-ET, Laura Emerson and Emerson Hickey, Middletown Senior yearling heifer (4 shown) 1. Amys Verbatim Cali, Amy Renee Wilson, Milford 2. Cool Rock Tradition Caterina, Mindy Cook, Newark Junior 2-yr.-old cow (2 shown) 1. G&S Tequila Rum-ET, Gregg and Stephanie Knutsen Senior 2-yr.-old cow (1 shown) 1. Saybrook Minister Sawyer-ET (S: Select-Scott Minister-ET, D: Dean C T Gun Silly), Patrick Scott Youse, res. sr. and res. gr. champ. 3-yr.-old cow (1 shown) 1. Ty-Ly-View Sebastian Focus, McKenna Vest and Cassidy Cook, Clayton Aged cow (1 shown) 1. Emervest Senzas Lillybug-ET (S: Shamrock Duaiseoir-ET, D: Pleasant Nook Prize La Senza), Donovan Hollingsworth, Scott Youse and Kenley Cook, sr., gr. and sup. champ. 100,000-lb. cow (1 shown) 1. Cool Rock Magi Casper, Mindy Cook Junior best three females (4 shown) 1. Kenley Cook 2. Gregg and Stephanie Knutsen Best three females of any age (3 shown) 1. Gregg and Stephanie Knutsen 2. Mindy Cook Produce of Dam (4 shown) 1. Kenley Cook 2. Gregg and Stephanie Knutsen Dam and daughter (2 shown) 1. Cassidy Cook, Newark

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All-California State Jersey Show

• July 23, 2013, California State Fairgrounds, Sacremento, Calif. • Craig Padgett, Waynesburg, Ky., judge • 77 head shown • Sr. and Gr. Champ. female— Underground Dominica Mamie, Regina Pozzi, Valley Ford • Res. Sr. and Res. Gr. Champ. female—Whitney Oaks K Beth, Joey and Laurie Airosa, Tipton • Jr. Champ. female—Elliotts Blackstone Chanel-ET, Jacqueline A. Kisst, Ripon • Res. Jr. Champ. female—Stemple View Blackstone Kaylynn, Carly Olufs Petaluma • Premier Exhibitor—Blake Renner, Fortuna • Premier Breeder—Brentwood Farms, Orland

2. Sunset Canyon Headline C Amity, Cort James Rowley Junior 3-yr.-old cow (8 shown) 1. Edy-Star Sultan Maxine, Rebecca Sanders 2. BW Surefire Joyce U420, Brentwood Farms Senior 3-yr.-old cow (7 shown) 1. Underground Dominica Mamie (S: SV Jade Hired Gun-ET, D: Underground Duaiseoir Mamie-ET), Regina Pozzi, Valley Ford, sr. and gr. champ., best udder of show 2. Ratliff Sambo Dynasty-ET, Blake Renner 4-yr.-old cow (7 shown) 1. Stoney Point Giller Farah-ET, Robert Teixeira, Brett (continued to page 114)

Underground Dominica Mamie 1st Senior 3-yr.-old cow Senior and Grand Champion

Class Winners

Junior heifer calf (5 shown) 1. Rownoka Topeka Annie, Cort James Rowley, Visalia 2. Fire-Lake Impression Miami, Natalie Sanders, Hilmar Intermediate heifer calf (5 shown) 1. Stemple View Blackstone Kaylynn (S: Lencrest Blackstone-ET, D: Stemple View Governor KaitlynET), Carly Olufs, Petaluma, res. jr. champ. 2. Flying Hart Teq Flurry, Hartley Silva, Modesto Senior heifer calf (5 shown) 1. Kisst TBone Jewel 1531-ET, Jacqueline A. Kisst, Ripon 2. Edy-Star Sultan Bella, Hannah Sanders, Hilmar Summer yearling heifer (5 shown) 1. Fire-Lake HG Amelia-ET, Rebecca Sanders, Hilmar 2. Paulo-Bro Prem Connie 1580, Kassidy Sheldon, Hanford Junior yearling heifer (5 shown) 1. Fire-Lake Mortimer Monica, Natalie Sanders 2. Yosemite Premier Governor 27153, Yosemite Jerseys, B. Barlass and R. Teixeira, Hilmar Intermediate yearling heifer (3 shown) 1. Elliotts Blackstone Chanel (S: Lencrest BlackstoneET, D: Arethusa Veronicas Comet-ET), Jacqueline A. Kisst, jr. champ. 2. Carly-O Tequila Alley, Carly Olufs Senior yearling heifer (3 shown) 1. Lou-Ville Windstorm Fame, Louie Cozzitorto, Turlock 2. Heirloom Spectacular Peggy, Justin A. Bopp, Modesto Junior 2-yr.-old cow (9 shown) 1. Renner Farm Hired Gun Memphis, Blake Renner, Fortuna 2. Renner Farm Tequila Double Shot-P, Blake Renner Senior 2-yr.-old cow (6 shown) 1. Whitney Oaks K Beth (S: Whitney Oaks R Keeper, D: Marybeth of Oblong Valley-ET), Joey and Laurie Airoso, Tipton, res. sr. and res. gr. champ., reserve udder of show

Edy-Star Sultan Maxine 1st Junior 3-yr.-old cow

Whitney Oaks K Beth 1st Senior 2-yr.-old cow Res. Senior and Res. Grand Champion

Elliotts Blackstone Chanel 1st Intermediate yearling heifer Junior Champion

Renner Farm I Dede-P 1st Aged cow

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Ohio State Fair Junior Jersey Show

DKG Jade Violet was named Grand Champion for Trevor John Greiwe, Sidney, at the Ohio State Fair Junior Jersey Show on August 1, 2013. Family Hill Comerica FlameET was named Reserve Grand Champion for Jody Williams, McConnelsville. Brady Core, Salvisa, Ky., judged the 131 Registered Jerseys shown in Columbus, Ohio. Class Winners

Junior heifer calf (11 shown) DKG Motion Blinky (S: KCJF Ren Motion, D: DKG Renaissance Pearl), Trevor John Greiwe, Sidney, jr. champ. Intermediate heifer calf (14 shown) DKG Vivitar Maybelle, Grace Hageman, Sidney Senior heifer calf (17 shown) Miss Triple-T Sure Bet, Kyle McGuire, West Liberty Summer yearling heifer (8 shown) Tower Vue Lil Whiskey, Mason Mazzaro, Williamsfield Junior yearling heifer (9 shown) JWH Regan Penelope (S: Rapid Bay Reagan-ET, D: JWH Eclipes Pride), Madelyn Topp, Botkins, res. jr. champ. Intermediate yearling heifer (8 shown) DKG Tequila Coffee, Lane Greiwe, Sidney Senior yearling heifer (16 shown) Aragorn Pat A Cake, Matthew Richards, Urbana Junior 2-yr.-old cow (11 shown) DKG Motion Oreo, Garrett Hagaman, Sidney Senior 2-yr.-old cow (13 shown) KEK Exclamation Rose, Trevor John Greiwe Junior 3-yr.-old cow (7 shown) Excitation Elsie, Jody Williams, McConnelsville Senior 3-yr.-old cow (6 shown) DKG Jade Princess, Lane Greiwe 4-yr.-old cow (3 shown) Starwischer Coalition Candy, Ethan Starkey, Mechanicsburg 5-yr.-old cow (3 shown) Family Hill Comerica Flame-ET (S: Bridon Remake Comerica-ET, D: Pleasant Nook Berretta Felice), Jody Williams, McConnelsville, res. sr. and res. gr. champ., overall production winner Aged cow (5 shown) DKG Jade Violet (S: Giprat Belles Jade-ET, D: DKG Renaissance Season), Trevor John Greiwe, sr. and gr. champ. Senior showmanship (21 shown) Megan Cornish, North Fairfield Intermediate showmanship (11 shown) Lee Hesler, Winchester Junior showmanship (15 shown) Garrett Hageman

KEK Exclamation Rose 1st Senior 2-yr.-old cow

Excitation Elsie 1st Junior 3-yr.-old cow

Family Hill Comerica Flame-ET 1st 5-yr.-old cow Res. Senior and Res. Grand Champion

DKG Motion Blinky 1st Junior heifer calf Junior Champion

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Delaware State Fair Junior Jersey Show

Saybrook Minister Sawyer-ET was named Grand Champion for Brendon Cook, Hartly, at the Delaware State Fair Junior Jersey Show on July 21, 2013. Ty-Ly-View Sebastian Focus was named Reserve Grand Champion for Cassidy Cook, Hartly. Bernita Gable, New Enterprise, Pa., judged the 33 Registered Jerseys shown in Harrington, Del. Class Winners

Junior heifer calf (5 shown) Cowabuga Snow Bug (S: SV Jade Hired Gun-ET, D: Cowabuga Judybug), Kenley Cook, Hartly, res. jr. champ. Intermediate heifer calf (7 shown) G&S Tequila Kiwi, Bethany Knutsen, Harrington Senior heifer calf (5 shown) Say KC Dee Verbatum Lady Bug-ET (S: Arethusa Verbatim Response-ET, D: Emervest Senzas LillybugET), Kenley Cook, jr. champ., best bred and owned heifer of the show Summer yearling heifer (2 shown) Taylor Lee Lexi, Hayley Bender, Harrington Junior yearling heifer (4 shown) Saybrook HG Bubbly-ET, Jayden Dixon, Dover Intermediate yearling heifer (1 shown) Underground J-Mamie Jazzy-ET, Stanley Gaffrey, Middletown Senior yearling heifer (4 shown) Amys Verbatim Cali, Amy Renee Wilson, Milford 2-yr.-old cow (3 shown) Saybrook Minister Sawyer-ET (S: Select-Scott MinisterET, D: Dean C T Gun Silly), Brendan Cook, Hartly, sr. and gr. champ. 3-yr.-old cow (1 shown) Ty-Ly-View Sebastian Focus (S: TLV Sebastian-ET, D: Ty-Ly-View Dustin Fusion), Cassidy Cook, Hartley, res. sr. and res. gr. champ. 4-yr.-old cow (1 shown) Cool Rock Magi Casper, Mindy Cook, Newark Dam and daughter (1 shown) Mindy Cook

All-California Open Show (continued from page 112) Barlass and Yosemite Jerseys, Turlock 2. Wicks Applejack 3647, Anthony Evangelo, Hanford 5-yr.-old cow (3 shown) 1. Renner Farm Verify Melanie, Blake Renner 2. Red Top Forces 6740, Kendra Miranda, Ferndale Aged cow (6 shown) 1. Renner Farm I Dede-P, Blake Renner 2. BW Tanner Tammie L412, Brentwood Farms, Orland Best three females (5 shown) 1. Blake Renner 2. Brentwood Farms Produce of dam (2 shown) 1. Brentwood Farms Dam and daughter (3 shown) 1. Blake Renner 2. Regina Pozzi Dairy herd (4 shown) 1. Blake Renner 2. Brentwood Farms

Queen-Acres Farm P.O. Box 88, Keymar, MD 21757 James & Sharon Osborn • 410/775-2420 Deborah C. Osborn • 410/775-0558 Email: littlebrowncows@hotmail.com

Make plans now to attend The All American Jersey events in Louisville, Ky., November 9-11. For more information see page 55. Page 114

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Vanderfeltz jerseys Visitors Welcome

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Photographers do not automatically send your pictures to the Jersey Journal office. When picturing your animals, please request that a 5” x 7” color copy or a digital file be sent to the Jersey Journal office. While you will incur the cost of this picture, the benefits will outweigh the cost in the long run. For example, if you decide to advertise that animal and the photograph is not on file, we will have to order it from the photographer. This is more expensive than ordering a print for the Journal files at the time the pictures are first made.

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Washington State Jersey Show • July 17-18, 2013, Nor thwest Washington Fairgrounds, Lynden, Wash. • Don Chalack, Innisfail, Alb., judge • 78-head shown • Int. and Gr. Champ. female— Family Hill Tequila Ruby, Young, Berry, and Ingram, Chehalis • Sr. and Res. Gr. Champ. female— Family Hill Counciller Nastia, Young, Berry and Ingram • Res. Sr. Champ. female—Sunset Canyon Sultan T Anthem-ET, Brown and Adams, Custer • Res. Int. Champ. female—Family Hill Governor Kristen, Aaron Lancaster, Ferndale • Jr. Champ. female—Claquato Verbatim Fizz-ET, Lauryn Young, Chehalis • Res. Jr. Champ. female—Royalty Ridge As T Afterglow, Margaret L. Young, Chehalis Class Winners

Junior heifer calf (2 shown) 1. Claquato Colton Lollipop, Lauryn Young, Chehalis Intermediate heifer calf (5 shown) 1. Haak Haven Tequila Nolla-ET, Vanderhaak Dairy, Lynden 2. Family Hill Ringmaster Suzy Q, Aaron Lancaster, Ferndale Senior heifer calf (11 shown) 1. Claquato Verbatim Fizz-ET (S: Arethusa Verbatim Fizz-ET, D: Family Hill G Faith Flirt), Lauryn Young, jr. champ. 2. Claquato Verbarim Firefly-ET, Lauryn Young Summer yearling heifer (8 shown) 1. Sweet Peas Verbatum Jamie, Jackson Kujawa and Lauryn Young, Chehalis 2. LKI Hired Gun Fizzle, Lucas Iverson, Onalaska Junior yearling heifer (9 shown) 1. Royalty Ridge As T Afterglow (S: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET, D: Governor Angel of Family Hill), Margaret L. Young, Chehalis, res. jr. champ. 2. Sunset Canyon Governor C Anthem-ET, Nathan A. Jensen, Cloverdale, Ore. Intermediate yearling heifer (4 shown) 1. Royalty Ridge HG Felicity-ET, Lauryn Young 2. Family Hill Icon Winter, Aaron Lancaster Senior yearling heifer (2 shown) 1. Family Hill Tequila Kendra, Aaron Lancaster Milking yearling (3 shown) 1. Hidden Acres Tequila Faith, Steve Groen, Lynden, 1st best udder 2. Family Hill C Me, Aaron Lancaster Junior 2-yr.-old cow (7 shown) 1. Mortimers Indiana Goldie, Delon Mortimer, Smithfield, Utah 2. Hidden Acres Action Rainbow, Steve Groen, 1st best udder Senior 2-yr.-old cow (4 shown) 1. Family Hill Connection Can Do-ET, Aaron and Ryan Lancaster, Ferndale, 1st best udder 2. Vanderhaak Headline Mandy, Tim Vanderhaak, Lynden Junior 3-yr.-old cow (4 shown) 1. Family Hill Tequila Ruby (S: Tower Vue Prime Tequila, D: Family Hill Jade Rachel), Young, Berry and Ingram, 1st best udder, int. and gr. champ., best udder of show 2. LKI Barbies Gun, Lucas Iverson Senior 3-yr.-old cow (8 shown) 1. Family Hill Governor Kristen (S: Griffens GovernorET, D: Family Hill First Kristen-ET), Aaron Lancaster, 1st best udder, res. int. champ. 2. Family Hill G Faith Flirt, Lauryn Young 4-yr.-old cow (5 shown) 1. Family Hill Counciller Nastia (S: Glenholme

Counciller, D: Family Hill Golden Naomi), Young, Berry, and Ingram, 1st best udder, sr. champ. and res. gr. champ. 2. GR Gro-Lyn Voltage Susie, Aaron Lancaster Aged cow (6 shown) 1. Sunset Canyon Sultan T Anthem-ET (S: SHF Centurion Sultan, D: Sunset Canyon Thunder Anthem), Brown and Adams, Custer, 1st best udder, res. sr. champ. 2. Family Hill Illusion Anthem, Madison Lancaster, Ferndale Junior best three females (3 shown) 1. Lauryn Young 2. Aaron Lancaster Senior best three females (2 shown) 1. Hidden Acres Jerseys Dam and daughter (2 shown) 1. Lauryn Young Produce of Dam (1 shown) 1. Lauryn Young Exhibitors Herd (1 shown) 1. Aaron Lancaster

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Connecticut State Jersey Show

• July 20, 2013, Durham Fairgrounds, Durham, Conn. • Steve Wagner, Quarryville, Pa., judge • 30 head shown • Sr. and Gr. Champ. female— Chestnut-Hyll Lyndsey, Zachary Tarryk, Dayville • Res. Sr. and Res. Gr. Champ. female—Bonny Eire Jurisdiction Shamrock, Erin Hawkes, Mendon, Mass. • Jr. Champ. female—Parkview Kramer Pandora, Morgan Betti, Goshen • Res. Jr. Champ. female—Maplecroft Tequila Violet, Ethan Coutu, Morris Class Winners

Junior heifer calf (4 shown) 1. Deerfields Signature Tiara, Reba Larkin, Durham 2. Deefields Grayson Dolly, Garbrielle Larkin, Durham Intermediate heifer calf (3 shown) 1. PR Maple Croft Tequila Natalie, Ethan Coutu, Morris 2. Greenbackers Hired Gun Ziti, Melissa Greenbacker, Durham Senior heifer calf (2 shown) 1. Maplecroft Tequila Violet (S: Tower Vue Prime TequilaET, D: Arethusa Action Variety-ET), Ethan Coutu, res. jr. champ. Summer yearling heifer (2 shown) 1. Jinelles Response Juniper-ET, P. M. Miller, J. Samuelson, and John and Ashley Collins, Enfield Junior yearling heifer (3 shown) 1. Deerfields Rascal Sasparilla, Melynda Naples, Durham 2. Deerfields Allstar Skyy, Melynda Naples Intermediate yearling heifer (2 shown) 1. Payneside Red Solo Cup, Morgan Betti, Goshen Senior yearling heifer (4 shown) 1. Parkview Kramer Pandora (S: Avonlea Kandys Kramer, D: Parview Jackknife Parvati), Morgan Betti, jr. champ. 2. Deerfields Governor Snowflake, Melynda Naples Junior 2-yr.-old cow (1 shown) 1. Greenbackers Tequilasunrise, Kelly Greenbacker, Middlefield Senior 2-yr.-old cow (2 shown) 1. Bonny Eire Jurisdiction Shamrock (S: Jewels Jurisdiction-ET, D: PWH Erins Zukor Spring), Erin Hawkes, Mendon, Mass., res. sr. and res. gr. champ. Junior 3-yr.-old cow (1 shown) 1. Deerfields Cgar Bourbon, Melynda Naples Senior 3-yr.-old cow (2 shown) 1. Chestnut-Hyll Legacy, Zachary Tarryk, Dayville 4-yr.-old cow (2 shown) 1. Greenbackers Comer Linguini, Melissa Greenbacker Aged cow (2 shown) 1. Chestnut-Hyll Lyndsey (Bridon Centurion Garnett, D: Legacy Lane Duke Lynn), Zachary Tarryk, sr. and gr. champ., best udder of show, best bred and owned of show Junior best three females (3 shown) 1. Melynda Naples 2. P. M. Miller, J. Samuelson, and John and Ashley Collins Senior best three females (2 shown) 1. Melynda Naples Produce of dam (2 shown) 1. Melissa Greenbacker Dam and daughter (4 shown) 1. Zachary Tarryk 2. Melynda Naples Senior get of sire (1 shown) 1. Melynda Naples

Connecticut State Junior Jersey Show

The Connecticut State Junior Jersey Show was held on July 20, 2013, at the

Durham Fairgrounds in Durham, Conn. Steve Wagner, Quarryville, Pa., judged the 16 head of Registered Jerseys exhibited by Connecticut Jersey breeders. Zachary Tarryk, Dayville, took home both champion honors at the show. Named Senior and Grand Champion was the first place aged cow, Chestnut-Hyll Lyndsey. Her herdmate, Chestnut-Hyll Legacy, was named Reserve Senior and Reserve Grand Champion after winning the senior threeyear-old class for Tarryk. In the heifer show, Morgan Betti, Goshen, took home the Junior Champion

banner with her winning senior yearling heifer, Parkview Kramer Pandora. Maplecroft Tequila Violet, exhibited by Ethan Coutu, Morris, was named Reserve Junior Champion after placing first in the senior heifer calf class. Zachary Tarryk continued his winning ways as he took first in the senior showmanship division. Ethan Coutu took first in the intermediate showmanship division. Jacob Tarryk, Dayville, was the winner in the junior showmanship class and Reba Larkin, Durham, took first place in the novice division.

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All-California State Junior Jersey Show

Underground Dominica Mamie was named Grand Champion for Regina Pozzi, Valley Ford, at the All-California Junior Jersey Show on July 23, 2013. Sunset Canyon Headline C Amity was named Reserve Grand Champion for Cort James Rowley, Visalia. Craig Padgett, Waynesburg, Ky., judged the 54 Registered Jerseys shown in Sacremento, Calif. Class Winners

Junior heifer calf (3 shown) Rownoka Topeka Annie, Cort James Rowley, Visalia Intermediate heifer calf (5 shown) Stemple View Blackstone Kaylynn (S: Lencrest Blackstone-ET, D: Stemple View Governor Kailyn-ET), Carly Olufs, Petaluma, res. jr. champ. Senior heifer calf (6 shown) Kisst TBone Jewel 1531-ET, Jacqueline A. Kisst, Ripon Summer yearling heifer (3 shown) Fire-Lake HG Amelia-ET, Rebecca Sanders, Hilmar Junior yearling heifer (7 shown) Ratliff Gold Daisy, Jacqueline A. Kisst Intermediate yearling heifer (7 shown) Elliotts Blackstone Chanel (S: Lencrest Blackstone-ET, D: Arethusa Veronicas Comet-ET), Jacqueline A. Kisst, jr. and sup. jr. champ. Senior yearling heifer (2 shown) Heirloom Spectacular Peggy, Justin A. Bopp, Modesto Junior 2-yr.-old cow (4 shown) Strike Out Governor Rainie, Kasidi C. Barcelos, Hilmar Senior 2-yr.-old cow (7 shown) Sunset Canyon Headline C Amity (S: Schultz Rescue Headline, D: Sunset Canyon Centurion R Amity), Cort James Rowley, res. sr. and res. gr. champ., res. champ udder of the show Premier performance cow of show—Yosemite Sparky Redwood Riley, McCalister Russell, Hilmar, 2nd in class Junior 3-yr.-old cow (3 shown) Edy-Star Sultan Maxine, Rebecca Sanders, Hilmar Senior 3-yr.-old cow (4 shown) Underground Dominica Mamie (S: SV Jade Hired GunET, D: Underground Duaiseoir Mamie-ET), Regina Pozzi, Valley Ford, sr., gr. and sup. champion, champion udder of show 4-yr.-old cow (1 shown) GR Fire-Lake Governor Martha-P, Kasidi Barcelos 5-yr.-old cow (1 shown) Red Top Forces 6740, Kendra Miranda, Ferndale Aged cow (1 shown) Yosemite Saber Lester Dahlia, Graham McAllister, Hilmar Produce of dam (1 shown) Graham McAllister Best pair (4 shown) Regina Pozzi

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Underground Dominica Mamie 1st Senior 3-yr.-old cow Senior and Grand Champion

Sunset Canyon Headline C Amity 1st Senior 2-yr.-old cow Res. Senior and Res. Grand Champion

Erin Williams Named Jersey Journal Intern The Jersey Journal welcomes Erin Williams, McConnelsville, Ohio, to the staff as an intern for the magazine. During her internship she will work with staff on all aspects of production of the magazine and co-manage the production of the Jersey Directory. Erin is a junior at The Ohio State University (OSU) majoring Williams in agricultural communications. She has an extensive background in Registered Jerseys, growing up on Williams Jersey Farm with her parents, Kevin and Darlene (VanBuskirk) Williams, sister, Jody, and paternal grandparents, Carl and Marlene Williams. Her maternal grandparents are Jim and Janet VanBuskirk, JVB Red Hot Jerseys, of Carleton, Mich. An active participant in state and national Jersey activities from an early age, Erin is well-known on the show circuit throughout the midwest. She exhibited the 2010 Junior National Grand Champion, Indiana Veda, and has shown the Grand Champion of the Ohio State Fair Junior Show numerous times.

Elliotts Blackstone Chanel 1st Intermediate yearling heifer Junior Champion

Edy-Star Sultan Maxine 1st Junior 3-yr.-old cow

She is currently serving as president of the Ohio Junior Jersey Breeders Association and is a past secretary and treasurer of the association. She is a member of the national Jersey Youth Activities Planning committee for The All American and was a member of the second class of Jersey Youth Academy. Williams was the 2011 Ohio Jersey Queen and received the Ohio FFA Dairy Entrepreneurship Proficiency award the same year. She received her American Farmer Degree in 2012. At OSU, Erin is an active member of the Buckeye Dairy Club, where she is serving as the recording secretary and co-chair of the Buckeye Classic Sale. She is also a member of Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow and of the steering committee of the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) Recognition Banquet. Williams also serves as a CFAES Amabassador for the college and helps in recruiting students and giving tours of campus to visitors. In the summer of 2013, Erin was a communication intern for American Dairy Association-Mideast. In her internship she assisted in the development and distribution of communication materials, coordinated and staffed consumer and industry events and executed traditional and social media relations. JERSEY JOURNAL


Show News Indiana State Junior Jersey Show The Indiana State Junior Jersey Show was held on June 15, 2013, at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Richmond, Ind. Dusty Schirm, Chebanse, Ill., judged the 26 head of Registered Jerseys. Taking home the Senior Champion and Grand Champion honors was the first place junior two-year-old cow, Miss Jalepino, exhibited by Grant Gingerich, Millersburg. Geisler Jamal Leslie, exhibited by Carissa Mercer, Bryant, was named the Reserve Grand Champion and Reserve Senior Champion after placing first in the junior three-year-old class. In the heifer show, Trey Klein, Milton, took home the Junior Champion banner for the winning intermediate heifer calf, Cloverfield Holt Chesse. WC Madman Milligrace Wynonna, exhibited by James Holton, Dawsonville, Ga., was named Reserve Junior Champion of the show after winning the intermediate yearling class. In the junior showmanship contest, Delanie Melton, Greenfield, took top honors. Hayley Jackson of Greenfield, topped the senior showmanship contest.

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Senior and Grand Champion of the Indiana State Junior Jersey Show was Miss Jalepino (left), a junior two-year-old, exhibited by Bryce Gingerich of Millersburg, Ind. Reserve Senior and Reserve Grand Champion honors went to Geisler Jamal (right), a junior three-year-old exhibited by Carissa Mercer of Bryant, Ind. Junior Show Judge Dusty Schirm is pictured on the left, along with Indiana Holstein Princess Sabra Jackson.

Junior Champion of the Indiana State Junior Jersey Show, Cloverfield Holt Cheese (right), was an intermediate calf exhibited by Trey Klein of Milton, Ind. Reserve Junior Champion WC Madman Milligrace Wynonna (left), was the winning intermediate yearling exhibited by James Holton of Dawsonville, Ga.

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In Memoriam Maxine Stewart Blankenship Maxine Stewart Blankenship, Beech Bluff, Tenn., 78, passed away on June 21, 2013, after a short illness. She was the daughter of the late Verbal and Jane Stanfill Stewart, and raised by her grandmother, Callie Stewart, after her mother passed away in childbirth. She graduated from Beech Bluff High School and began working at McClellan’s in Jackson, Tenn., at the age of 19. Blankenship and her family operated Blankenship Jersey Farm, a 60-cow Registered Jersey herd in Beech Bluff. She also worked at the Madison County Soil and Water Conservation District as a secretary and clerk for 41 years. She was a dedicated employee and tremendous asset to her co-workers and farmers in the county. Blankenship was a member of Beech Bluff United Methodist Church, where she tended the nursery and kindergarten children for four decades. She is survived by her husband of 59 years, Joe C. Blankenship; sons, Phillip (Brenda) Blankenship and Randall (Jennifer) Blankenship, both of Beech Bluff; daughter, Susan (Ronnie) Johnson of Jackson; seven grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

Manuel Zermeno Sr. Manuel Zermeno Sr., Modesto, Calif., 58, passed away suddenly at his home on July 2, 2013. He was involved with the dairy industry for 35 years. He milked cows for Van Till Dairy in Ripon, Calif., as a teenager and continued to work for the dairy until it was dispersed in November 2000. He also operated his own Registered Jersey dairy with his family for 18 years and bred cattle using the Altamont prefix. Zermeno was an avid cattle breeder who studied pedigrees and bull pedigrees at length and enjoyed breeding a good cow. One of the cows he purchased from Van Till Dairy and developed in his own herd was Molly Brook Pitino Fiesty, Excellent-93%. She was a cornerstone of his breeding program, with 30 registered sons and daughters. Her grandson, Altamont MH Fantom, has sired more than 2,300 daughters to date. He used Genetic Recovery extensively and was a regular consignor to leading Jersey sales, including the California Gold Sale, the Pride of the West Sale and The All American Jersey Sale. Zermeno was a member of the AmeriPage 124

can Jersey Cattle Association and the California Jersey Breeders Association. He received the Master Breeder Award from the state organization in 2006. He enjoyed being outdoors. At the end of the day, his life was his family and ranch. He is survived by his wife, Olivia; four sons, Julio, Manuel Jr., Richardo and Ernesto; daughter Sandra; seven grandchildren; daughters-in-law Natalie, and Juliette; and many sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family and friends. He was preceded in death by his father, Vidal Zermeno, mother, Maria Trinidad Rodriquez Huerta, and two siblings.

James Ulysses Brady James Ulysses Brady, Riceville, Tenn., 91, passed away on July 5, 2013, at his home surrounded by his family. Brady was a well-respected, lifelong Registered Jersey dairy farmer of the Lower Spring Creek community. Brady was a family man, neighbor and friend. He loved the Lord with all his heart and soul and was a dedicated lifelong member of the Mount Harmony Baptist Church, which he served as Sunday school superintendent, treasurer and teacher. He is survived by his wife of 69 years, Josephine Trotter Brady, children Ann and Don Wilson, Sue and John Simpson, Johnny and Cathy Brady; nine grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; sonin-law Don Cardin and his wife, Sheila; a brother, Emerson (Nell) Brady; and a sister-in-law, Betty Trotter. He was preceded in death by his parents, Fletcher and Neocia White Brady, a sister, Opal Brady, a brother, Clarence Brady and a daughter, Jean Brady Cardin. Memorials may be made to Mount Harmony Baptist Church of Riceville, 288 CR 51, Riceville, TN 37370.

Leslie Delbert Phillips Leslie Delbert Phillips, Camp Point, Ill., 90, passed away on August 23, 2013, surrounded by his family. He was born on December 20, 1922, to the late John Kyle and Geneva Thelma Miller Phillips in Beverly, Ill. He graduated from the three-year program at Payson High School and also the four-year program at Liberty High School and was proud of the fact that he graduated from high school twice. He attended Western Illinois University, where he was a member of the track and tumbling teams before he joined the U.S. Army during World War II. He married Mary Adaline Elizabeth

Robertson in 1943. The couple began farming after they married and then moved to Clayton in 1957, where they operated a Jersey dairy. Phillips was a member of the American Jersey Cattle Association and the Illinois Jersey Breeders Association, which he served through several officer positions. He was a 4-H leader for more than 25 years and helped young people show Jerseys at the Adams County Fair for more than six decades. He was involved in many community activities. He served on the community district school board for two terms and also sat on the church board. He was active in the Boy Scouts of America and the American Legion. Phillips was of the Methodist faith and belonged to the Federated Church of Clayton. He was a former member of Beverly Methodist Church. He was a postal carrier for Quincy and the surrounding area and then served as postmaster of Clayton. He was a member of the Rural Letter Carriers’ Association. Phillips was a sports enthusiast and enjoyed playing baseball, basketball, track and card games. He was an avid fan of the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team. He is survived by three sons, Duane (Debra) Phillips of Golden, Donald (Karen) Phillips of Camp Point and Dennis Phillips of Las Vegas, Nev.; a daughter, Donna (Dan Stock) Phillips, D&D Jerseys, Newton, Wis.; seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews and their children. He was preceded in death by his wife of 65 years, a son, Dean Allen Phillips, a grandson, a brother, Melvin Phillips, and a sister, Juanita Phillips Perkins. Memorials may be sent to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, National Headquarters Donations, 6520 N. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309-2130, or the Leslie D. Phillips Memorial Fund, c/o Hamilton Funeral Home, 200 N. Jefferson St., Clayton IL 62324.

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