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June 2011

Volume 83 No. 6

Red & White Issue Midwest Spring Show Results Championship Show Information Breeder Profile: Westphalia Farm District 10 Report


Willows-Edge Ad Mick-Red-ET EX-90 EVEVE at 3-06 2-00 2x 298 20,630 3.9 797 3.0 610 2-11 2x 327 23,431 4.3 1002 3.0 693 2nd Open & Junior Owned Junior 3-Year-Old, MN State Fair Red & White Show 2010 Dam: Willows-Edge RU Mesa EX-92 2E EX-MS 5-07 2x 365 39,560 4.2 1680 2.9 1154 Lifetime: 1688 149,220 4.2 6273 3.1 4608 Reserve Junior All-Wisconsin Junior 2 Yr Old 2004 2nd Dam: Willows-Edge BJ Mission-Red EX-90 3E EX-MS 11-07 2x 365 26,180 4.2 1106 2.9 748 Lifetime: 3392 208,260 4.0 8425 3.0 6225 3rd Dam: BLS Triple Threat Maddie VG-88 VG-MS 5-11 2x 365 29,940 4.3 1297 3.2 951 Lifetime: 1765 110,280 4.3 4691 3.2 3557

4th Dam: Dix Southland Millie EX-90 2E VG-MS 9-10 2x 365 23,460 3.5 820 3.1 723 Lifetime: 2976 171,240 3.5 6026 3.1 4120 5th Dam: Dix King Mickey VG-85 VG-MS 5-10 2x 305 21,450 3.7 785 3.1 658 6th Dam: Fondon Penn-Gate Molly VG-87 VG-MS 7-03 2x 305 20,080 4.0 794 Lifetime: 3399 177,880 3.8 6717

Mick follows the lineage of her family members having great reproductivity. Consequently, there are many records with lifetime totals all over 100,000 and one over 200,000 lbs. of milk and most with short lactations. Mick was flushed once and is due right back in June to Talent.

Premier Breeder: BAA: 111.6% Top BAA for herds 101-150 cows

’05, ’06, ’07, ’10 Midwest Fall National ’03 World Dairy Expo ’92-’01, ’04-’06 & ’09, District 1 ’94, ’96, ’97, ’03, ’05, ’06 WI Champ. Show ’96, ’98, ’99, ’00, ’02, ’03, ’10 MN State Fair

Henk & Bonnie Van Dyk New Richmond, WI 54017 PH: (715) 246-5454 Fax: (715) 246-6899


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VOLUME 83 No. 6

Features: 10 12 20 24 34 36 42

Breeder Profile: Westphalia Farm Championship Show Information Midwest National Spring Show results Midwest Spring Red & White Show results Red & White profile: Milk Source Genetics, LLC Red & White profile: Apri-Day Holsteins Wisconsin’s Herds of Excellence

Departments: 9 14 16 16 25 35 38 41 44 45 46

Wisconsin Holstein Briefs From the President: Corey Geiger Tank Talk - District 10 District 10 report WHA Annual Supporters Breeder Business Cards Sale Reports WHY Page Calendar of Events & Editor’s Comments Classified Advertising Index to Advertisers

On The Cover

This month’s cover photo by Cybil Fisher features Silvermine Ad Tally-Red-ET, EX-92, the Grand Champion of the 2011 Midwest Spring Red & White Show.

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P.O. Box 49, Lancaster, WI 53813 Phone (608) 723-4933 Fax (608) 723-4973 e-mail: lauraw@wisholsteins.com

WISCONSIN HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION STAFF: Christianne Williams, Director of Operations Laura Wackershauser, Editor/Advertising Manager Sharon Maffei, Administrative Assistant

WISCONSIN HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION BOARD MEMBERS: Corey Geiger, President (2012)* - 920-650-0294 W1938 County Rd. J, Mukwanago, WI 53149 Todd Stanek, Vice President (2012) - 715-456-8718 E15265 Hillview Dr., Fall Creek, WI 54742 Angela Davis-Brown, Secretary (2012) - 608-935-3814 3008 Elliott Brown Rd., Dodgeville, WI 53533 Matt Lippert, Exec. Committee (2012) - 715-884-6578 5882 Cty. Rd. E, Pittsville, WI 54466 Marci Walker, Exec. Committee (2013) - 608-253-3003 N9178 Lewiston Station Rd., Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965 Todd Borgwardt (2013) - 920-758-3133 12608 Newton Rd., Valders, WI 54245 Paula Bovre (2013) - 920-923-6991 W4226 State Rd. 23 East, Fond du Lac, WI 54937 Dan Cnossen (2014) - 715-302-1327 N4213 Oak Lane, Hatley, WI 54440 Chris McCullough (2013) - 608-934-1425 N2277 Cty. OK, Juda, WI 53550 Tracy Nelson (2014) - 715-307-1804 W5364 410th Ave., Ellsworth, WI 54011 Chad Ryan (2014) - 920-960-1449 N4067 Twin Oaks Dr., Fond du Lac, WI 54937 Kent Wendorf (2014) - 608-689-2201 E4210 Hwy. 56, Viroqua, WI 54665 *WILL HAVE SERVED TWO THREE-YEAR TERMS, INELIGIBLE FOR RE-ELECTION

NATIONAL DIRECTOR: Robert Nigh - 608-675-3442, Viroqua, WI Corey Geiger - 920-650-0294, Mukwanago, WI WISCONSIN HOLSTEIN NEWS: (ISSN 0194-4401) (USPS 688160) is published 11 times for $40 per year by the Wisconsin Holstein Association, 902 Eighth Ave., Baraboo, WI 53913. Periodical postage paid at Baraboo, WI and additional offices. Additional magazines may be purchased at $5.00 for the first copy and $2.00 for each additional copy. Price includes shipping and handling. Due to the uncertainties of the mail, the NEWS cannot assume responsibility for prior delivery of issues carrying advertising of sales scheduled for less than 14 days after the issue date. Advertising is due the 10th day of the month preceding publication. Advertising cannot be accepted over the phone, except by fax. Ad information must include name, address, phone of advertiser, amount of space needed, color if desired, photos if any and where they are. The Wisconsin Holstein News and its employees do not verify the records, classification scores or any other information that is used in advertising that appears in the Wisconsin Holstein News. The advertiser is solely responsible for the accuracy of all information used in their advertising. The News shall not be held responsible for any loss due to inaccurate information appearing in the News. The employees of the News shall be available to help any member acquire verification for any information appearing in the News. Under federal law, photographer’s pictures are copyrighted and owned by the photographic company. Prints sold are with a “single use” license and, in the case of the News, for use only in current or future issues of the News. Original photos must remain on site and may not be shared as prints or electronically without written permission of the photographic company through which the photo is copyrighted.

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Schug’s Excellent Persia

SCHUG PERSIA WHAT-4-RED EX-91 EEEVE at 4-09

4-02 2x 360 28,000 3.0 847 2.7 847 ~ Flushed to 7HO10904 Sandy-Valley Colt P-Red-TW ~ She has a milking red Advent, a 2/10 red Reality yearling, and twin red Platte heifers born 1/11 • What-4 has been a winner at the St. Croix County Fair with:

- 5 consecutive top blue ribbons - 2 Best Udder awards - Champion Registered Senior Holstein - Grand Champion Holstein Award - 2010 Supreme Dairy Champion • She was also the Top Production award winner for the Senior 3 Year Old class at the 2009 District 1 Show in Barron, Wis.

Schug’s Udder Acres Roger & Debbie Schug 2540 140th Ave., Glenwood City, WI 54013 • 715-265-7146

Westphalia Advent Amaretto-Red EX-90 1-11 2x 360 22,863 4.3 996 3.2 746

45 cow herd - BST Free 2x 25,898 942F 775P 108.1% BAA with 7 Excellents, 18 Very Good, 12 Good Plus & none lower

Westphalia SS Amaryllis-Red 2010 Unanimous All-American R&W Spring Calf

Dam: Westphalia RM Amelia-Red VG-88 Next 6 dams: VG-85 Storm, EX-93 3E Calypso, EX-92 Jess, VG-87 Triple Threat, VG-88 Astronaut, VG-87 Diamond An up and coming family at Westphalia Farm, we are excited about their transmitting potential. Watch for Amaretto's stylish red Reality-Red winter calf at the shows this year. Amaretto has pregnancies by Barbwire-Red and is short bred to him also. Chuck, Dustin, Eric & Brandy Westphal

District 10 breeders Manitowoc

W6301 W. Byron Rd., Brownsville, WI 53006 Home (920) 922-9309 • Eric cell (920) 210-5337 E-mail: westphaliafarm@gmail.com Current herd totals: 28 EX, 38 VG, 28 GP 5/11 RHA: 27,463 3.7 1018 3.2 879 Winnebago

Calumet

Fond du Lac

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Sheboygan


DeNance Farm

MILKING HERD DISPERSAL DEAN & NANCY KRUGER H2523 Huckleberry Rd., Colby, WI • Ph: 715-223-2702

Monday, June 20 • 11:30 a.m. 50 Registered Holstein cows sell along with a few select springing heifers & calves

Langs-Twin-B Candy-ET VG-87 EX-MS 3-06 312 27,152 3.49 949 3.22 876 Fresh in January as a 4-Year-Old and milking 114 lbs., this VG-87 Zenith will be re-scored before sale time. She is a Zenith x VG-87 VG-MS Garter x Sikkema-Star-W Elt Maycy VG-88 EX-MS. She sells with her five milking 2-Year-Olds: • 4 Baxter daughters - Claire (pictured below) - Calista, at 1-11 in 265 days has over 22,000 and due 9-23 to Longtime - Calliope, at 1-11 in 290 days has over 21,000 and 4.1 test, due 1-9 to Longtime - Clara, just fresh & milking 95 lbs. • Colby, Candy’s Pronto daughter, at 1-10 with over 27,000 and due 7-10 to Aftershock

De-Nance Baxter Claire-ET PTPI +1774 At 2-03, currently milking 120 lbs. per day. A great combination of strength and dairyness. Other featured cows: • A great framed Sept. Storm with 1-11 365 22,668 4.7 1075 3.4 774. 2nd dam Regancrest Debbie Jo EX-92 and back to Dellia. Due 9-21 to a Planet son. • A fresh 3 year old Shottle Ryman with a super udder, goes back to Illingdale Sexy Sara EX-92. • Several great uddered fresh 2 and 3 year olds by Pronto, Bolivia, Shottle Ryman, Talent, Goldwyn and Destry.

Krull Outside Elite-ET EX-90 EEVEV 5-04 365 29,793 3.4 1003 2.8 820 Dam: Krull Elegant Rose-ET EX-93 GMD DOM Granddam: Krull Broker Elegance EX-96 3E GMD DOM Next dams: EX-90 GMD DOM, EX-90 DOM, EX-92 2E GMD DOM, EX-92 4E GMD This powerfully built Outside is the true meaning of longevity. At 8 1/2 she moves with ease on extremely sound feet and legs while maintaining strong udder attachments. Always a prolific flush cow, she is a great opportunity to get into the Elegance family. She is due August 4 to Bolton Wallace and sells along with three framey Baxter daughters, two of which will be fresh and one due in August to Wallace. Elite already has an EX Durham daughter at 3 years and several VG daughters.

Catalogs available from Christensen Sales Corp., Abbotsford, WI - 715-223-6345 Tim Schindler, Curtiss, WI - Auctioneer

715-223-4014 Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer #191

Directions to the farm: From Colby, 6 miles east on County Rd. N to Townline Rd., then 1 mile north on Townline Rd to Huckleberry Rd, then ¼ mi. west to farm. wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June, 2011-7


Join us for the Dodge County Dairy Brunch Sunday, June 26 ~ 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Serving scrambled eggs with ham and cheese, pancakes and ice cream

ALSO

THE SAME DAY...

Dodge County Holstein Day on the Farm 12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Dairy Judging ~ Refreshments ~ Speaker 2:00 p.m.: Speaker Corey Geiger on “The size of the Holstein cow” and an update from the 2011 National Convention

Enjoy the afternoon visiting with Holstein friends & view the herd featuring many descendants of the Jemini Family...

12 milking daughters of Durham Jemini EX-93 3E DOM, including 4 generations on the farm: Milgene Jordan Jeralyn EX-90 Milgene Tribute Jessica-Red EX-91 2E Milgene SS Jez EX-90 and

Milgene Advn Jezabel-Red VG-87 2-01 365 24,534 3.7 920 3.1 749 Nom. Junior All-American Red & White Senior 2 Year Old 2010 - Daughter by Destry - Pregnancies by Windbrook & Colt P-Red

September Storms from Jemini: Milgene SS Judy VG-88 2nd calf Milgene SS Jozlyn-Red VG-88 2nd calf Milgene SS Juniper GP-84 1st calf

Milgene Holsteins Alvin & Roger Hildebrandt N2963 Cty. Rd. R, Hustisford, WI 53034 phone/fax: (920) 349-3075 8–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June 2011

Milgene SS Joy VG-89 2nd calf Milgene SS June-Red VG-86 2nd calf

We hope you’ll join us on Sunday, June 26 for one or both of these events. We’re looking forward to showing you the herd, highlighted the expanding Jemini family.


Wisconsin Holstein Briefs J Congratulations to Don & Jenna Fahey, Eland, on the birth of their daughter, Malayna Jenn, on May 6. She weighed 5 lbs. 9 oz. and was 18.5 in. long. Grandparents are Rick & Kathy Seefeldt of Eland & Tom & Mary Fahey of Edgar. I Congratulations to Craig & Ela Pagenkopf, Lancaster, on the birth of their son, Alan John, on May 13, weighing 7 lbs. 3 oz. Grandpaernts are Dan & Nancy Pagenkopf of Lancaster and Jan and Teresa Ogonek of Kazimeirz Dolny, Poland D Congratulations to Andrew and Shannon Rickert on the birth of their daughter, Emma Marie, born on May 16. She weighed 7 pounds and is 18 1/2 inches long. Emma joins Miles Andrew who is now 21 months old. Grandparents are Jim and Kelly Rickert of Eldorado and Rollin and Sally Gjestvang of Pleasantville. L Congratulations & best wishes to Chrissy (Wendorf) and Jerome Meyer who were married on April 2 in Bangor. The couple resides in Viroqua. T Our condolences to the families of Robert Weston and Mary Housner, who have passed away. Full obituaries are printed below. The Wisconsin Holstein News encourages readers and members to submit information for the Wisconsin Holstein Briefs column. We are looking for news of a wedding, birth announcement, award winner or death that Wisconsin Holstein breeders should know about. High quality, submitted photos will be printed as space is available. Please submit your information to the Wisconsin Holstein News by mail at PO Box 49, Lancaster, WI 53813; or email to lauraw@wisholsteins.com.

Obituaries Robert Weston Robert “Bobby” Weston, 75, of Westcrest Farms of Watertown, Wis., passed away unexpectedly Friday, April 22, 2011. Bob was born February 23, 1936, and grew up in the Pewaukee, Wis., area. Bob’s passion as a Holstein and Hereford breeder was locally and nationally known. His passion for the Holstein industry started on his Grandpa Cull’s farm from the time he could walk. As young man, Bob was a well-known star athlete in the Pewaukee area. He played in the Land O’ Lakes Baseball League for over a decade. The Westcrest Farm prefix won many Holstein All-American Nominations and All- Wisconsin awards and local and national Hereford awards. Bob and his brother, Jim, started Westcrest Farm in the chicken house at Grandpa Cull’s in 1956, moving from farm to farm as the herd grew until finally buying the farm in Watertown in 1969, later joined by Bob’s son, Jerry. Survived by daughters, Cathy Meyer of Washington, Mary and “Charlie” Ganley of Michigan, Susan and “Jack” Castellion of Colorado; a son, Jerry Weston of Watertown; his mother, Juanita Weston of Pewaukee; brothers, Jim Weston of Watertown and Gene and “Rose” Weston of Pewaukee; and six grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father, Gilbert Weston, and a sister, Margret Schill.

Mary Housner Mary E. Housner, age 57, of rural Elroy/ Hillsboro, passed away on Monday, May 9, 2011, at home surrounded by her loving family. She was born on June 7, 1953, to John Jr. and Dorothy (Pagel) Ready in Watertown, where she grew to adulthood and graduated from the Watertown High School. Mary was united in marriage to Gary Housner on May 2, 1998, at Elroy. Mary worked hard and enjoyed many things in life especially her children and grandchildren. She loved to cook and bake for everyone. She was a well-known, respected and loved breeder of Newfoundland dogs. She enjoyed the Amish experience. She had worked for Moorman’s Feed Company as a salesperson for more than 20 years. She had a true love for country life, animals, and being a farmer's wife. Active in the community, she enjoyed the local fairs and the junior Holsteins, the high school sports programs, and they were involved with the foreign exchange students program. Mary had an overall love of life.

Survivors include her loving family, husband, Gary Housner; children, Brian (Waneta) Kutzke and their children, Alex, Iassac and Dante of Highland, Beckie (Brian) Whitehouse and daughter, Jocelyn of Dodgeville, Shannon (Trent) Kenyon and their children, Tristin, Ty and Colton of Mineral Point, Sarah (Mike) Kratzenberg and daughter, Ava of Highland, Amanda (Jed) Slizewski and their children, Bella, Taylor and Trey of Rhinelander; extended family, Dennis Benthin of Germany, and Rodrigo Villalobos of Mexico; siblings, Tom Ready, Larry (Debbie) Ready, Jeff (Chris) Ready and Sharon (DJ) Thomsen, all of Watertown; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and an uncle. She was preceded in death by her parents; and her infant daughter, Angel Elizabeth.

Welcome to These New Members Adult members: Samuel Zimmerman, Ringle John Guden, Marshfield Andrew Hendrickson, Unity White’s Hillside Dairy, Colby Andrew Venzke, Athens Todd Nelson, Withee Nolan Garman, Colby Reuben Schloneger, Shell Lake Jon Wynveen, Baldwin William Hollar, Junction City Pat & Jennifer Crowley, Omro Steve Howard, Deerfield Kyle Konitzer, Manawa Brian & Stacey Hein, Edgar Nickolas Woldt, Sun Prairie Jesse Kohlwey, Adell Jessica Wakker, Kewaunee David Buiter, Waupun Jason Whitford, DeForest Sandy Simonson, Fort Dodge Daren Sandmann, Barron Michael Fuhrman, Tigerton Brian Guenther, Fall River John Breuch, Milladore Junior members: Ashley Rickey, Black Earth Andrew Moser, New London Katie Kindshuh, Brownsville Barbara Dittrich, Alma Elizabeth Kempel, Janesville Granite Goeller, Hartford Hunter Crowley, Omro Makya & Joshua Schroeder, Clintonville Taylor Egnarski, Watertown Zarena Braszko, Watertown Alanna McCullough, New Lisbon Hailey Weisensel, Mt. Horeb Sierra Cook, Camp Douglas Emily & Kate Barrett, Camp Douglas Abbie Herritz, Camp Douglas Jennifer Snyder, Weyerhaeuser Justin Schruck, Wautoma Calli & Wyatt Storms, Muscoda Brian McCullough, Juda Andrea McGowan, Blanchardville Nathan Field, Mauston Tessa & Trevor Meyer, Unity Jacquelin Johnson, Rockland Karl Schwoerer, Belleville Jonah Vandenberg, Seymour Seth Griesbach, Seymour Reece Lehman, Galesville Michael Klatt, Barron Ellie Calvillo, Johnson Creek Zach Olson, Sturgeon Bay Gracie Link, Deerfield wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June, 2011-9


BREEDER PROFILE

Westphalia Farm Chuck Westphal Family, Brownsville By Ashley Julka

Select Sires. He and his wife, Brandy, have a one-year-old daughter, Isabel. Brandy currently works at Johnsonville Sausage in Sheboygan Falls. Both Eric and Brandy help out on the farm before and after The Westphals - Front: Brandy holding Isabel and Taylor; work, as well as on weekends. Eric handles the farm’s reproduction, Back - Eric, Chuck & Dustin. mating decisions, advertising and marketing, show preparation, clipping and herd health, as well as milks cows and helps with the daily chores. Brandy handles all of the animal registration, assists with show preparation, milking, and anything else that needs to be taken care of on the farm. David currently works for Federated Insurance as an area representative in Green Bay. His special friend is Pam Pearson. On the farm, Chuck handles the daily paperwork, chores, herd ith the show season nearly underway, there is nothing better than working with a herd of high quality Registered Holstein health, serves as a fill-in milker and assists in the decisions made by animals. The Chuck Westphal family of Brownsville has built just that Dustin, Eric and Brandy. Chuck has realized the importance of keeping the fourth generation interested in the farm by giving them along with the help of his family: Dustin, Nicole, Eric and David. Herman Westphal, Chuck’s grandfather, started the farm in 1914. responsibilities and decision-making power. Since the farm’s beginning in 1914, it has grown to house 94 The farm continued when Chuck’s father, Clarence, took over the farm. Eventually, Clarence retired and Chuck purchased the farm. milking and dry cows and 110 heifers. At the present time, Westphalia As the family line of farmers continues, Westphalia Farms will Farm is home to 28 Excellent, 38 Very Good and 28 Good Plus cows. become a fourth generation family farm with the help of Dustin and Since Chuck took over the herd in 1972, the farm has bred or developed over 125 Excellent Holsteins. Their current RHA as of Eric. Chuck attended the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, where he April 2011 was 2x 27,463M 3.7 1018F 3.2 879P. Westphalia Farm has made it their goal to milk a barn full of deep earned a Bachelors Degree in Dairy Science. After college, he worked for Holstein USA in New England as a field man. During his time pedigreed cows with Excellent and Very Good scores for numerous with Holstein USA, he had the opportunity to travel to Holland, generations. When a pedigree is left with a Good Plus or below, they England, Mexico, Canada, Australia and Japan to observe their dairy are not satisfied. When picking bulls to use, they prefer to use bulls at +2.00 or greater for PTAT, UDC, and FLC. Bulls that they consider operations. He returned to the family farm in 1972. Chuck has been heavily involved in the Holstein industry through- to be the most influential for them through the years are Valiant, out his life. He has had the chance to serve as a dairy leader in Fond Mark, Inspiration, Linjet, Red Marker, Roy, Durham, Storm, and du Lac County, assist in coaching the Fond du Lac County Dairy Advent. Heifer pens currently consist of calves sired by Sanchez, Judging team, as well as serve on the Fond du Lac County Holstein Alexander, Shottle, and Atwood. Bulls they are currently using are Association board. He has also served as the Wisconsin Holstein Braxton, Guthrie, Sid, Fever, Windbrook, Dempsey, Lauthority, Goldsun, and Damion. Their flush Association Board President and bulls are Durham, Goldwyn, and judged shows at the county, district, Shottle, and the current R&W and state fair level. bulls used are Advent, Gold Chris, Chuck and his wife, Darlene, and Barbwire. have four children, Dustin, Nicole, Chuck purchased his first Eric, and David, as well as two Registered Holstein in 1955 as a grandchildren, Taylor and Isabel. 4-H project. It is from this initial Dustin works full-time on the farm, purchase that the most influential where he takes care of the fieldHolstein at Westphalia Farm, work, crop decisions, equipment Westphalia Durham Beth EX-91, maintenance, milks cows and does traces back to. She is due back in daily chores. Dustin has a five-yearJune with her third calf and her old daughter, Taylor. Daughter offspring have potential to become Nicole has a PhD in Neuroscience homebred ninth generation very and works as the Director of New good and excellents. Beth’s fourth Product Development for Decision dam was a 3E EX-93 GMD DOM Resources. She is married to Peter Bell out of Chuck’s favorite homeSchlueter, and they live in bred cow Westphalia Valiant Bell Minneapolis, Minn. Eric works as Westphalia Durham Beth EX-91 EX-91 4E GMD DOM. a SMS Evaluator for East Central

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The herd is also influenced by Westphalia Zenith Dark Rose EX-90. She is a tenth generation VG or EX, who traces back to RoseE-Vue Matt Rolanda EX-93 2E. Rolanda was bred by Dave Rose of Eden. Westphalia Farm has had great success selling Rose’s family members at local county sales over the past ten years. There are over twenty family members from this family in the herd today. Westphalia Farm also makes a point to bring in one to three new bloodlines each year to add to the genetic make-up of the herd. The current new bloodlines at Westphalia Farm include: Amlaird Lee Alice EX-94, Brookview Tony Charity EX-97, Howard-Home Valiant Eva EX-94, Blondin Lyster Beauty EX-92, Tora Triple Threat Lula EX-96, Glendridge Citation Roxy EX-97, Snow-NDenises Dellia EX-95, GMB Valiant Starbuck Janice EX-94 and Henkenseen M Hillary EX-94. The farm’s two favorite new bloodlines include: Krull Broker Elegance EX-96 and Elm-Lawn-G Redmarker Madison EX-92. The farm currently has two Excellent homebred granddaughters out of Elegance by Lou and Terrason and an Excellent Durham greatgranddaughter, who completes nine generations of Excellent cows. Madison also has two Excellent daughters by Advent in the herd. In all, Madison has four EX daughters, one VG-89 two-year-old and three VG offspring with more on the way. Westphalia Farm runs 134 acres of owned land, as well as 60 acres of rented land, where they grow alfalfa grass mix, corn silage, oatlage and rye silage. The cows are fed a ration of haylage, corn silage, baled hay and top-dressed with cottonseed and a complete grain-protein mix. On the farm, the calves are raised in hutches until they reach three months of age. From there, they are moved to group pens until breeding age with access to pasture at six to nine months of age. The breeding age heifers are housed in freestalls with access to pasture. In the winter, the dry cows and bred heifers are housed in a pack barn, but have access to pasture in spring, summer, and fall. Sixty-seven cows in the herd are housed in the stall barn, which is bedded with straw and wood shavings on a mattress, but have daily exercise if the weather permits with access to pasture in spring, summer, and fall. The remaining fifteen to twenty milk cows are housed in a sand bedded freestall barn and switched into the stall barn for milking. Westphalia Farm shows at the Fond du Lac County Holstein Futurity, District 10 Show, the Wisconsin State Fair, Wisconsin State Championship Show, World Dairy Expo, and for the first time in 2010, at the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto, Canada. Last show season, the farm experienced great success. Westphalia SS Amaryllis-Red was the first Red & White Spring Calf at World Dairy Expo and Unanimous All-American Red & White. Westphalia Laurin Harmony VG-87 was the All-Wisconsin Fall Yearling, 2nd Fall Yearling in Milk at the Royal Winter Fair, Reserve All-Canadian and Reserve AllAmerican. The Westphal Family enjoys rooting for the Wisconsin home teams including the Green Bay Packers, Milwaukee Brewers, and the

Wisconsin Badgers. They also enjoy attending various cattle shows throughout the year, especially World Dairy Expo and the Royal Winter Fair. In the future, the Westphals plan on maintaining their current herd size while increasing cow comfort and overall day to day efficiency, which would allow for more time with the family. They also hope to continue to increase genetic levels and marketing, while maintaining their show ring success.

Westphalia Zenith Dark Rose EX-90

Westphalia Lou Ester EX-90 Lou x Encore Elisha EX-90 x Elegance EX-96

Westphalia SS Amaryllis-Red

Westphalia Laurin Harmony VG-87

All-American Red & White Spring Calf

Res. All-Canadian & Res. All-American Fall Yearling in Milk wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June, 2011-11


2011 WI Championship Show Fond du Lac County Fairgrounds, Martin Avenue & E 17th St., Fond du Lac Monday, July 11 & Tuesday, July 12 Contact person: Eric Westphal 920-210-5337 or Sarah Loehr 608-792-7013

Schedule of Events Friday, July 8 12:00 noon-5:00 p.m.

Grounds open for bed down only

**Violators of this rule will pay $1,000 fine to WHA prior to the first class entering the ring at the 2011 WI Championship Show

Saturday, July 9 6:00 a.m.

Grounds open for cattle

Sunday, July 10 12:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

Exhibitor meeting, show arena Cattle must be in place

Monday, July 11 8:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Registration for Junior Judging & Classification Contest in show arena Judging & Classification Contest begins Big Bale roll to follow contest Judging & Classification lunch (approx. Noon) Heifer classes begin Meal (or immediately following heifer show) Junior Showmanship Contest

Tuesday, July 12 9:00 a.m.

Milking classes begin

Hotels available Rates good from July 9, 10 & 11, mention WI Holstein Show, reserve by June 9 (except Holiday Inn) for block rates Comfort Inn 77 Holiday Ln, Fond du Lac, WI 54935 920-921-4000 - $80 plus tax all rooms Country Inn & Suites 121 Merwin Way, Fond du Lac, WI 54935 920-924-8800 - $99 plus tax Holiday Inn 625 W Rolling Meadows Dr, Fond du Lac, WI 54935 920-923-1440 - $89 plus tax Reserve by June 25 for Holiday Inn only Microtel Inn & Suites 920 S Military Road, Fond du Lac, WI 54935 920-929-4000 - $72 plus tax/2 Queens, $63 plus tax/1 Queen Other notes: Big bales of straw, shavings, beet pulp and some grain will be available. Please contact Chad Ryan 920-960-1449 to reserve your straw as it will be sold on a first come, first serve basis. Foodstand will be available Monday and Tuesday all day. Monday night meal sponsored by the Fond du Lac Co. Holstein Association.

Fond du Lac, WI Directions to fairgrounds (1): Hwy 151 to Hwy 45 North to fairgrounds entrance on Hwy 45 (Fond du Lac Ave) Hotels (2): Country Inn & Suites (3): Holiday Inn (4): Microtel Inn & Suites (5): Comfort Inn

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Family Ties More about our “M” family & why we like ’em!

SUGAR-C RAMOS MISSY VG-87 GTPI +1721 NM$ +315 PL +4.0 4-08 3x 365 32,360 4.0 1295 3.0 97 Lifetime: 3 lact. 116,730 4573F 3486P - 115 lbs. on April test - Bred to Iota ~ her Toystory son at AltaGenetics, 11HO10076 Sugar-C AltaMySpace-ET, is +1998 GTPI

Daughters of Missy that we like working with...

SUGAR-C THRONE MARIN-ET

SUGAR-C TOYSTORY MARINA-ET VG-88 VG-MS GTPI +1720 2-00 3x 365 30,655 3.9 1200 3.0 931 3-01 3x 301 25,973 4.1 1055 3.2 820 inc.

Others from Missy: • SUGAR-C THRONE MISTY VG-85 VG-MS 2-09 3x 365 32,920 3.6 1215 3.0 1025 4-00 3x 183 18,940 3.5 643 3.1 579 inc. Her November Planet looks great & is due in June!

• SUGAR-C JEEVES MYSTERY +1833 PTPI due in August to Iota

• SUGAR-C SUPER MURANDA +1963 PTPI • SUGAR-C SUPER MANDY +1963 PTPI • SUGAR-C MR MARVELOUS MARY +1920 PTPI

VG-87 VG-MS CTPI +1814 3-04 3x 365 37,788 4.5 1688 3.1 1160 ~ Her +2055G Earnit daughter is +170 above parent average on genomics

Missy’s Dam: SUGAR-C D MARY EX-90 2E EEEVV 7-01 3x 365 37,050 3.3 1228 3.0 1102 Lifetime to date: 213,960 7118 6415 ~ This EX Die-Hard is from a 3E-91 EEEEE GMD Aaron with 250,140 8038F 7574P lifetime

Look for an exciting consignment in 2011!

Rick & Marleen Adams N5663 Hwy. O, Elkhorn, WI 53121 • Phone: 262-728-0702 • Cell: 262-374-0793 email: madams654321@yahoo.com

RHA: 605 cows 30,890 3.9 1209 3.0 945 wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June, 2011-13


From your President Corey Geiger Dear Wisconsin Holstein Association members: I would like to invite everyone to our Town Hall Meeting on Genomics which will take place Thursday, July 21, 2011, at 1 p.m., at the Rib River Ballroom located at 3237 State Highway 29, Marathon, Wis. The panel will give breeders the opportunity to learn first-hand from four industry professionals who work extensively with genomics. Heading the group will be Curt Van Tassell who is USDA’s lead researcher on genomics. Adding to the in-depth discussion will be a pair of industry leading sire analysts: Select Sires’ Charlie Will and Alta Genetics’ Jay Jauquet. Rounding out the team will be Tom Schmitt of Morningview Holsteins in Durango, Iowa. Schmitt and his family have a 90-cow dairy that was the nation’s top genetic herd in 2008, and they were recognized as a Holstein USA Herd of Excellence. All are welcome. Bring a friend. On another matter, every program needs a review from time-to-time. This includes our Association’s oldest program, the Distinguished Junior Member (DJM) recognition which dates back to 1933. As part of that review, Chris Williams, WHA Director of Operations, along with the 2010 Junior Advisors, Lisa Behnke, Lynn Harbaugh, Matt Lippert, Jim Rickert, and myself, met on multiple occasions this winter to discuss the issue and arrive at some modifications. The WHA Board of Directors adopted the group’s recommendations at the April board meeting. We conducted a full review of the DJM scorecard and made some adjustments that are now in line with National Holstein’s point system. On Wisconsin’s old DJM scorecard, 30 points were assigned to responses on Personal Views. That section was reduced to 15 points to mirror the National scorecard. Those 15 points were then assigned to three areas: 1. Non-Agricultural Activities and Projects went from 10 to 15 points. 2. A category called Knowledge of Management Practices was created on the DJM application. Under this category the following three sections were brought together: Inventory of Registered Holsteins Owned, Production Records of Producing Cows, and Management Records. Under the old scorecard, each was worth 5 points. An additional 5 points was assigned to Management Records to bring the entire three-part section to 20 points. 3. Neatness/Accuracy/Poise was added as a 5-point section. Neatness and accuracy come into play on the written application. While accuracy and poise factors in during the interview. When judges select the National DJM representatives and Outstanding Holstein Boy and Girl, 50 percent of the final score is calculated from the written form and 50 percent comes from the oral interview. The same group of judges is involved in the entire process from the start all the way through naming the winners. Moving forward, a pool of possible judges will be assembled by the Director of Operations and presented to the WHA Executive Committee for their approval by August 1 of each year with the prospective judges receiving invitations shortly after that process. Five judges will continue to evaluate our DJM candidates, but steps have been added to ensure diversity of the panel. DJM judges will include: an agricultural educator; one agribusiness professional; one WHA Junior Advisor and/or past DJM recipient; one Holstein breeder that actively dairy farms; and one at-large judge. The judging panel will be geographically diverse with no one coming from the same county, nor a husband-wife combination. Every effort will be made to identify potential conflicts of interest during the panel selection process. At least one judge will be asked to return for a second year and not more than two judges will return for a second year. This should ensure some continuity in the process from year-to-year. Realizing these are the best and brightest youth, Wisconsin’s four National DJM representatives will continue to receive a $500 scholarship from the WHA Scholarship Committee which cannot be doubled if a contestant is named Wisconsin’s Outstanding Holstein Boy or Girl. Our committee appreciates all the constructive thoughts voiced by WHA members during the past months and we hope these actions make our cornerstone youth award even better. In dairy we trust, Your President, Corey Geiger 14–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June 2011

2011 WHA Treasure Quest Drawing Results Grand Prize: Kurt & Sarah Loehr who selected Bella-View Shot of Gin, entered by Lynn & Sara Harbaugh, Marion, Wis. Other drawing winners and their TQ “Tub” Sponsors: World Dairy Expo: Payton & Delana Erbsen, Lanark, Ill. Nasco: Brian Fust, Wausau, Wis. Accelerated Genetics: Kellercrest Reg. Holsteins, Mt. Horeb, Wis. Supreme Awards: Hetts Family, Fort Atkinson, Wis. Holstein World: Todd Stanek, Fall Creek, Wis. WHA: Bob Traynor, Spring Valley, Wis. Cattle Connection: Kole & Beau Trapp, Taylor, Wis. Hoard’s Dairyman: Jerald Lang, Marshfield, Wis. Country Today: Steven, Violet & Lilly Wood, Greenwood, Wis. F.S. Cooperative: Larry Voigts, Platteville, Wis. Wisconsin State Farmer: Rae Nell Halbur, Fond du Lac, Wis.

Barron County Twilight Meeting Saturday, June 25 • 7:00 p.m. Frisle-Vue Holsteins, Prairie Farm, WI

12:30 p.m. - Planning picnic for the Barron County State Fair delegation; followed by a Showing & Fitting Clinic that is open to all 7:00 p.m. - Light supper served 7:30 p.m. - Twilight Meeting with a show of animals from the fitting clinic & guest speaker Hosted by Frisle-Vue

Holsteins

Dean & Leslie Frisle & family 654 5 1/2 Ave., Prairie Farm, WI 54762 715-455-1212 • Dean’s cell: 715-418-1586 Directions from Prairie Farm: Take Cty. Rd. A west to Cty. Rd P north, turn on 2nd road to left which is 5 1/2 Ave, first farm on right. From Almena: take Cty Road P south to 6th St., keep going south on 6th St., first farm on left (road will curve to become 5 1/2 Ave).


Applouis Marsh Allie VG-86 EX-MS 3-00 2x 305 36,710 3.3 1195 3.0 1098 365 41,370 3.2 1339 3.0 1256 ~ Embryos available by Brigeen Russell, Dream-Prairie Shadow Boxer & England-Ammon Million Sire: Pasen Marsh-ET Dam: Golden-Oaks Oman Allie-ET VG-85, sister to Alexander bull at Select Sires Granddam: Neu-Way Patron Allie-ET VG-87 Allie’s sons in A.I.: • Jamsar Alba, GTPI +1968 at Alta Genetics • Jamsar Boxer Anton, GTPI +2180 at Select Sires • Jamsar Russell Alfonso, GTPI +2126 at Select Sires • Jamsar Boxer Allister, awaiting results in June

Allie’s Pronto daughter:

Jamsar Pronto Allie-ET GP-83 VG-MS 1-11 305 22460 3.6 812 2.9 646 ~ Due in June to Bomaz Potter Plato-ET ~ Her son, Jamsar Alltime, GTPI +2182 at Select Sires ~ Bomaz Potter Plato-ET embryos available

Our family grew in December with the welcoming of Alyssa Russell Neuser

Inquiries welcome!

JA M S A R Registered Holsteins Jim, Sarah, Laney & Alyssa Neuser

District 10 breeders Manitowoc Winnebago

Calumet

Fond du Lac

Sheboygan

9526 Menchalville Rd., Cato, WI 54230 920-901-3460 jslaneuser@gmail.com wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June, 2011-15


District 10 breeders Manitowoc Winnebago

Calumet

social. Our Junior Association continues to be extremely active and successful in Dairy Bowl, Dairy Jeopardy, and Speaking contests. They will be competing on the National level later this year at the National convention.

Sheboygan County 2010 Adult Membership: 75; Jr. Membership: 20 No report submitted.

Winnebago County Fond du Lac

Sheboygan

District 10 Report Watch for your chance to advertise & promote your county association in future issues. The July/August issue will feature the District 1 Counties.

Calumet County 2010 Adult Membership: 38; Jr. Membership: 6 Adult Association officers - President: Cory Ott; Vice President: Larry Meyer; Secretary: Sue Schultz; Treasurer: Shay Ott; Junior Advisors: Richard & Sue Schultz. The Calumet County Holstein Breeders will be assisting in sponsoring the Calumet County “Sundae” on the Farm, hosted this year by Greg & Marilyn Bohman of Stoney Acres Holsteins, Brillion, on June 26. Another annual activity held during the year is the Mardi Gras Rural/Urban Banquet, always held the day before Ash Wednesday. Many awards are given out to recognize outstanding community members and agriculturists in Calumet County. We also recognize the Calumet County Holstein Youth with awards at the Mardi Gras. At the conclusion of the Banquet, the Holstein Breeders host the Calumet County Classic Auction. Auctioned off at the banquet are an array of items donated from members and agri-businesses in Calumet County. The funds raised are directed to assist our Calumet County Juniors with State Fair expenses. The remaining funds are given to the Calumet County Fair for “special projects” at the Fairgrounds. At the Calumet County Fair held Labor Day weekend, the Calumet County Senior Holstein Association sponsors the Pre-4-H showmanship class. The evening of County Fair show day we have a potluck and an adult showmanship contest.

Fond du Lac County 2010 Adult Membership: 108; Jr. Membership: 38 Adult Association officers - President: Julie Cooper; Vice President: Joe Sattler; Secretary: Joseta Halbur; Treasurer: Robert Galdi; Directors: Kurt Loehr, Tim Haack and Eric Westphal. Junior Association officers - President: Nick Schuster; Vice President: Matthew O’Leary; Secretary: Jennifer Kinschuh; Treasurer: Kyle Natzke; Holsti-bucks: Valerie Kramer; Newsletter: Katie Kindschuh; Director: Derek Kamphuis. The Fond du Lac County Holstein Breeders are busy preparing for the Wisconsin Championship Show to be held July 11 & 12 in Fond du Lac. The Fond du Lac Holstein Futurity Show will be held on July 22 at the faigrounds and the Fond du Lac County Classic is scheduled for September 20 at the Great Northern Sales Arena.

Manitowoc County 2010 Adult Membership: 72; Jr. Membership: 35 Adult Association officers - President: Jason Miller; Vice President: Dan Dvorachek; Secretary: Lori Propson; Treasurer: Sarah Neuser; Directors: Levi Bratt, Anthony Fischer, Brian Herr, Eugene Neuser, Bryce Fisher; Junior Advisor: Brenda Meyer; Advisor: Scott Gunderson. Junior Association officers - President: Jordan Siemers; Vice President: Rachel Hartlaub; Secretary: Crystal Siemers-Peterman; Treasurer: Erin Kappelman. The Manitowoc County Holstein Association is ready for another active year. Excitement and anticipation for hosting the District 10 show on June 17 is high, along with a first ever county wide summer 16–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June 2011

2010 Adult Membership: 29; Jr. Membership: 8 Adult Association officers - President: Jim Memler; Vice President: Mike Bradley; Secretary: Carol Radloff; Treasurer: Al Silverthorn; Junior Advisor: Mary Bradley. Junior Association officers - President: Billy Grotjan; Secretary: Janna Crowley; Treasurer: Erin Condon.

Tank Talk District 10 breeders

To compliment our District report each month we present this column reporting what bulls some breeders from that District are using in their herds.

Manitowoc Winnebago

Calumet

Fond du Lac

Sheboygan

Brad-Lea Holsteins, Omro, Winnebago County Jeff & Mary Bradley RHA: 75 cows 29,134 3.6 1049 2.9 862 Currently using: Regancrest S Braxton-ET Lirr Drew Dempsey Maple-Downs-I GW Atwood R-E-W Seaver-ET Pine-Tree Sid-ET Mr Chassity Gold Chip-ET Gillette Windbrook

BAA: 107.4%

Forest Ridge Holsteins, Eden, Fond du Lac County Kurt & Sarah Loehr RHA: 100 cows 25,000 3.8%F 3.1%P Currently using: Toc-Farm Goldsun-ET Pine-Tree Sid Gillette Jordan Fustead Goldwyn Guthrie-ET Lirr Drew Dempsey Regancrest S Braxton-ET

BAA: 109.9%

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2nd-Look Canyon 5534 EX-90 EX-MS 2-00 311 26,090 3.8 984 3.2 831 2-11 293 25,210 3.8 964 3.2 810 3-11 329 36,840 3.7 1367 3.1 1125 ~ Breeds right back. Four natural daughters in four years: 2nd-Look Roy Kamille 6343 (GP-83, 27,000M at 2-02) 2nd-Look Damion Karrisa 6798 2nd-Look Laurin 7268 2nd-Look Aaron 7786 ~ High performance dams: Five of her six closest dams completed records over 30,000M, led by 2nd-Look Jolt 3531, VG-89, with 3-11 365 35,410 3.5 1254 3.2 1119 ~ Respected sire stack - her 10 closest sires: Canyon x Jolt x Jess x Gentry x Promise x Royalty x Elevation x Fond Matt x Elmer Brook Aristocrat x Wis Captain

The kind we like. The kind that enhances any business. Stop anytime for a Second-Look.

District 10 breeders Manitowoc Winnebago

Calumet

Fond du Lac

Sheboygan

Doug, Linda, Corey & Tammy Hodorff N3832 Hwy. W, Eden, WI 53019 Farm phone (920) 477-6800 â&#x20AC;˘ Farm fax (920) 477-2520 E-mail: mail@secondlookholsteins.com wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June, 2011-17


Castleholm Regina-Red-ET VG-87

Scenic-Edge Josetta-Red EX-90

2-06 2x 201 19,648 5.0 983 2.7 539 inc.

3-02 2x 365 26,854 4.8 1295 3.7 997

1st Junior 3 Year Old, Midwest Spring National 2011 ~ Daughters in the herd by Bookman-Red and Sterling RC. Look for them this summer.

1st 5 Year Old, Midwest Spring National 2011 Nominated All-American 2007 & 2008 ~ Dam of All-American “Jolynn”

Other Herdmate Attractions: • L-Maples Rubns Flower-Red-ET • Scenic-Edge SS Justine-ET *RC • Scenic-Edge Julieanna *RC • Miss Madison Avenue-ET *RC • Scenic-Edge SS Reba-Red-ET • Scenic-Edge SS Shania-ET *RC • L-Maples Pepperann-Red-ET • Lyn-Vale S Storm Grace *RC • Jerian Advent Sassy-Red • Scenic-Edge Jellybean-Red • Lyn-Vale RP Salsa-Red-ET • Scenic-Edge MrB Jolynn-Red

News Flash!!

EX-92 2E EX-92MS EX-92 EX-91MS EX-92 2E EX-93MS EX-91 EX-MS EX-90 2E EX-MS EX-90 EX-MS EX-90 EX-MS VG-89 VG-89 VG-88 VG-86 VG-86

5-08 2x 365 40,115 4.1 1631 3.1 1251 3-02 2x 365 39,440 3.6 1410 2.8 1090 5-06 2x 365 35,753 3.4 1213 3.0 1073 2-04 2x 340 28,369 3.9 1097 2.8 810 5-06 2x 365 40,855 4.3 1771 2.8 1127 4-08 2x 365 35,215 3.9 1375 2.7 936 3-04 2x 365 36,980 4.1 1500 3.0 1100 3-04 2x 365 31,963 4.5 1440 3.3 1055 2-03 2x 365 36,147 4.3 1559 2.9 1049 2-06 2x 365 29,723 4.9 1454 3.3 977 3-05 2x 365 40,804 4.5 1842 2.8 1154 1-10 2x 251 17,435 4.5 777 3.3 569 inc.

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Bevendale Aspen Partygirl *RC EX-93 EX-93MS Owned with Dale Schmidt, Green Isle, Minnesota ~ Watch for future updates about this Semex Walk of Fame legend

Scenic-Edge Holsteins

Lyn-Vale Holsteins

N4297 Cedar Lane, Plymouth, WI 53073 Yvonne cell: 920-918-1948 • Home: 920-893-0692 e-mail: scenic-edge@excel.net

W5677 Cty. Rd. N, Waldo, WI 53093 Cell: 920-980-0455

David & Yvonne Preder and Rodney Bohnhoff

William Schultz Family

District 10 breeders Manitowoc Winnebago

RHA: 89 cows 26,611 4.05 1079 3.1 817 18–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June 2011

21 Excellent • 42 Very Good • 20 Good Plus

Calumet

Fond du Lac

Sheboygan


Rocher Jordan Snow-Red EX-92 2-01 2x 365 28,465 4.6 1318 3.6 1032 4-01 2x 361 31,001 4.1 1256 3.3 1038 Junior All-American R&W Aged Cow 2010 Sire: Ja-Bob Jordan-Red-ET Dam: Holbric Rubens Sarah-ET VG-86 2-02 365 27,260 3.9 1071 3.2 874 2nd Dam: Golden-Oaks HL Scarlette-ET VG-87 DOM 6-06 365 35,920 4.2 1505 3.1 1124 3rd Dam: S-F-L Enhancer Scarlett-Red VG-89 GMD DOM 2-11 365 38,310 4.2 1615 3.2 1244 4th Dam: Stookey Fagn Scarlet-Red-ET EX-94 3E GMD DOM 6-05 365 50,840 3.8 1937 5th Dam: Continental Scarlet-Red EX-95 3E GMD

Krull Advent Smiley-Red-ET VG-85 1st Senior 3 Year Old, Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion, Midwest Spring R&W Junior Show 2011 2nd & 1st B&O Senior 3 Year Old, Midwest Spring R&W Open Show 2011 Sire: KHW Kite Advent-Red Dam: Rocher Jordan Snow-Red EX-92

We are excited to watch the development of Snow, Smiley and their offspring. Thanks Dad for helping get me started in the reds with a good one - Happy Fatherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day! W7175 Mansfield Rd., Lake Mills, WI 53551 Ph/Fax: 920-648-3720 e-mail: bckrull@krullfarms.com

www.holsteinworld.com/krullfarms RHA: 52 cows 24,803 3.8 939 3.1 729 BAA: 111.5% 19 PBR Awards

Carley Krull wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June, 2011-19


2011 Midwest National Spring Show The 2011 Midwest National Spring Show was held in Jefferson, Wis., on Saturday, April 16. Judge Michael Heath placed 196 animals - 105 heifers and 91 cows. Taking home Grand Champion honors was the winning four-yearold, Dubeau Dundee Hezbollah, exhibited by St Jacobs/ABC Inc., Lomira, Wis. Reserve Grand Champion was the second place four-yearold, Ms Dundee Belinda-ET, exhibited by Jeff Butler of Chebanse, Ill. Judge Heath commented that the winning four-year-old “is a house, she’s a truck but she’s dairy along with that. She has beautiful feet and legs and an awesome mammary. The second place four-year-old has extreme balance but just is not as much cow, but you have to admire her at the top of her rear udder.” Intermediate Champion was Dri-land Talent 1465, exhibited by Bohn and Matt and Travis Smith, Watertown, Wis. Reserve Intermediate Champion was the winning Senior Two-year-old, Siemers Goldwyn Goldie, exhibited by Jordan & Whitney Ebert, Algoma, Wis. Judge Heath commented that it was quite an Intermediate Champion class and pulled out the four cows he preferred. In the end, the winning Senior ThreeYear-Old got the nod because of her maturity and having two calves. Judge Heath commented “she has more bloom and pop to her rear udder. She also has ther teats set underneath more squarely and has more levelness of the udder floor. She also excels wth her width of muzzle, length of frame and raw power.” Topping the heifer show were the Spring and Fall Yearling class winners. Junior Champion honors went to BVK Atwood Arianna-ET, exhibited by Frank and Diane Borba of Chebanse, Ill. Reserve Junior Champion was Ms Duckett Durham Beauty-ET, exhibited by Calep DeWitt, Clinton, Wis. Judge Heath stated it “was quite a heifer show. I pulled out four heifers that are exceptional, heifers that are a lot alike great legged with high style.” In the end, he selected the Spring Yearling because she was stronger in the paster, deeper in the heel and cleaner and flater in the bone through her hock. She also exhibited a little bit more femininity and breed character of the head, however the fall yearling has an advantage in depth of fore rib and drop of rib. Taking home top honors of the junior show was Opsal Stiles Myron Coral exhibited by Felicia Opsal of Blue Mounds, Wis. Reserve Champion of the Junior Show was Siemers Goldwyn Happy-ET, exhibited by Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers, Newton, Wis. Also winning Junior Champion honors of the Junior Show was Cal DeWitt’s Reserve Junior Champion of the Open Show, Ms Duckett Durham BeautyET. Reserve of the Junior Show was the first place Fall Calf, Crave Dusk Penny 6262, exhibited by Roseanne Crave, Waterloo, Wis. Winning the Premier Breeder banner at the 201` Midwest Spring Show was Siemers Holsteins, Newton. Milk Source Genetics LLC, Kaukauna, took home the Premier Exhibitor banner. The Wisconsin Holstein Association would like to thank all the show sponsors and trophy sponsors that helped to make the Midwest National Spring Show a success.

Following are the top 5 placings in each class. Winter Calf - 7: 1. (B&O) Duckett P Lucky-Red-ET, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph, WI 2. Cameron-Ridge Atl Liz, Jordan & Whitney Ebert, Algoma, WI 3. Duckett P Lottery-Red, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph, WI 4. Ms Goldwyn Rosa-ET, Stuewe, Kohls & Hoen, Hamburg, MN 5. AHM Lady Pepper Shot-ET, Animal Health Management, Monroe, WI (1st Jr) Gladtime-West Flame-Red-ET, Mikayla & Tyler Endres, Lodi, WI (2nd Jr) Joliam Bando 3968, Ryan, Jessica & Nicole Pralle, Humbird, WI Fall Calf - 30: 1. (1st Jr, B&O) Crave Dusk Penny 6262, Roseanne Crave, Waterloo, WI 2. Stranshome Shake Em Up-ET, Joseph, Zach, Jerome & 20–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June 2011

Grand Champion: Left to right - Judge Michael Heath, sponsor Tom Morris, Jodi Hoynoski for Holstein USA, WHA Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Tom Cull holding Dubeau Dundee Hezbollah, Martin Roberge holding Ms Dundee Belinda-ET, Jeff Butler, Amber Price and WHA Princess Attendant Carrie Warmka.

Grand Champion of Junior Show: Judge Michael Heath, WHA Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Felicia Opsal holding Opsal Stiles Myron Coral, Jordan Siemers holding Siemers Goldwyn Happy-ET and WHA Princess Attendant Carrie Warmka.

Junior Champions: WHA Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Judge Michael Heath, Martin Roberge on the halter of BVK Atwood Arianna-ET, Calep DeWitt on the halter of Ms Duckett Durham Beauty-ET and WHA Princess Attendant Carrie Warmka. Darian Stransky, Owatonna, MN 3. Heritage-E Debbies Diva-ET, N. & J. Sarbacker and M. & L. Evangelo, Fitchburg, WI 4. (2nd Jr, Jr B&O) Siemers Destry Sunny-Red-ET, Crystal Siemers-Peterman & Jordan Siemers, Newton, WI 5. Siemers Atwood Hia-Bell-ET, Siemers Holsteins, Newton, WI Summer Yearling - 18: 1. (B&O) Juddale-DB Atlas Halo, Judd, Ledden & Lintvedt, Sun Prairie, WI 2. (1st Jr) Frankhaven Magil Miriah, Amanda Janes, Evansville, WI 3. Rashol Big Time Veronica, Jeff Butler & Frank & Diane Borba, Chebanse, IL 4. Smith-Crest-TW J Vidallia, Matt & Travis Smith & Anthony Whitehead, Watertown, WI 5. Mill-Wheel Jspr Perkins-ET, Ellie Calvillo & Kelly Lee, Johnson Creek, WI (2nd Jr, Jr


B&O) Meyervilla Goldwyn Clina-ET, Tyler Meyer, Darien, WI Spring Yearling - 23: 1. BVK Atwood Arianna-ET, Frank & Diane Borba, Chebanse, IL 2. Miss Radiance April Rain, Ludwig Farms, Fithian, IL 3. (1st Jr, B&O) Siemers Dundee Ana-Lynn-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers, Newton, WI 4. (2nd Jr) Siemers Laurin Alle-Ann-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers, Newton, WI 5. Quietcove-W S Frannie-ET, The Frannie Kids, Orfordville, WI Winter Yearling - 13: 1. (B&O) Jerland SH Laurin Rainbow, Joseph, Zach, Jerome & Darian Stransky, Owatonna, MN 2. Walk-Era Dundee Oh-My, Walk-Era Farms, Wisconsin Dells, WI 3. Milksource Dundee Lovin-ET, Milksource Genetics, LLC, Kaukauna, WI 4. Dithmarsia Dundee Cinderella, Jordan & Jenna Olson, Edgerton, WI 5. Melarry Goldwyn Flossie-ET, Josetta McNett, Belmont, WI (1st Jr) Mill-Wheel Jasper Petri, Laura Finley, Lake Mills, WI (2nd Jr) Durchan Divine EllieET, Lindsey, Ashlyn & Cole Sarbacker, Fitchburg, WI Fall Yearling - 14: 1. (1st Jr) Ms Duckett Durham Beauty-ET, Calep DeWitt, Clinton, WI 2. Ernest-Anthony Jaz Tempo-ET, Jeff Butler & Frank & Diane Borba, Chebanse, IL 3. (B&O) RSC-CH Kite Reza-ET, Christopher Hongslo & Jim Stoutjesdyk, Alester, SD 4. Flower-Brook Giddys Gwyn-ET, Andy Stuewe, Hamburg, MN 5. (2nd Jr) Ryan-Crest Sanz Extacy-ET, Dylan Ryan & Kyle Natzke, Fond du Lac, WI Junior Champion Bred & Owned, Junior Show: Siemers Destry Sunny-Red-ET, Crystal Siemers-Peterman & Jordan Siemers, Newton, WI Junior Champion of the Junior Show: Ms Duckett Durham BeautyET, Calep DeWitt, Clinton, WI Reserve Junior Champion of the Junior Show: Crave Dusk Penny 6262, Roseanne Crave, Waterloo, WI Junior Champion: BVK Atwood Arianna-ET, Frank & Diane Borba, Chebanse, IL Reserve Junior Champion: Ms Duckett Durham Beauty-ET, Calep DeWitt, Clinton, WI Junior Best 3 - 1: 1. Siemers Holsteins, Newton, WI Unfresh 2 Year Old - 4: 1. (B&O) Sco-Lo Jasper Hummer, John Cannon, Dyersville, IA 2. Go-Sho Royales Romance-ET, David & Nina Schmocker, Whitewater, WI 3. Frozenes Lrin Firecracker, Thomas Frozene, Westfield, WI 4. Ms Flowerbrook Hannah-ET, John Donnay Junior 2 Year Old - 6: 1. (1st Jr, B&O, Best Udder) Siemers Goldwyn Glams-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers, Newton, WI 2. Ludwigs-DG Goldwyn Ellie-ET, Ludwig Farms, Fithian, IL 3. Ludwigs-DG Goldwyn Ember-ET, Ludwig Farms, Fithian, IL 4. Kingsmill Durham Astute-ET, Andy Weber, Sun Prairie, WI 5. Rosedale Dream Big-ET, Rosedale Genetics & Jordan & Whitney Ebert, Oxford, WI Senior 2 Year Old - 18: 1. Siemers Goldwyn Goldie-ET, Jordan & Whitney Ebert, Algoma, WI 2. (Best Udder) Lake-Prairie Kite AnikaET, Lydia Olson & Joseph Stransky, Owatonna, MN 3. (1st Jr, B&O) Siemers Goldwyn Happy-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers, Newton, WI 4. Duckett FBI Twizzler, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph, WI 5. Milksource Damion Bouncy-ET, Milksource Genetics, LLC, Kaukauna, WI (2nd Jr) Jeffrey-Way Tullion, Brooks & Breinne Hendrickson, Belleville, WI Junior 3 Year Old - 7: 1. (Best Udder) Blondin Jasper Black Beauty-ET, Bill Hoen & Tony Kohls, Arlington, MN 2. (1st Jr) Blondin Jasper Billabing, Nicholas Schuster & Kyle Natzke, Fond du Lac, WI 3. (B&O) Juddale-DB Gldwn Harley-ET, Jerry & Brenda Yager & Dennis Bowers, Highland, WI 4. Arethusa Advent Mascara-ET, Majestic View Genetics, Sun Prairie, WI 5. Stranshome Demo Katina, Joseph, Zach, Jerome & Darian Stransky, Owatonna, MN (2nd Jr, Prod.) Flechedor Talent PerleET, Ryan, Jessica & Nicole Pralle, Humbird, WI Senior 3 Year Old - 12: 1. (Best Udder) Dri-Land Talent 1465, Bohn & Matt & Travis Smith, Watertown, WI 2. Oakvale Advent CinnabarRed, Milksource Genetics LLC, Kaukauna, WI 3. (B&O) Sco-Lo Roy Hollister, John Cannon, Dyersville, IA 4. Budjon-JK DD Erin-ET, Budjon Farms & Joel Kietzman, Lomira, WI 5. Me-Do-Meadows Lyster Ann, Me-Do Meadows, Orfordville, WI (Prod.) Kinyon Indecision Princess, Martin Kinyon, Lone Rock, WI (1st Jr) Farmdale Durham Libby, Michael Schoessow, Mequon, WI (2nd Jr) Werffs Buckeye Sara, Trevor Meyer, Unity, WI Intermediate Champion: Dri-Land Talent 1465, Bohn & Matt & Travis Smith, Watertown, WI

Reserve Intermediate Champion: Siemers Goldwyn Goldie-ET, Jordan & Whitney Ebert, Algoma, WI 4 Year Old - 15: 1. Dubeau Dundee Hezbollah, St. Jacobs/ABC Inc., Lomira, WI 2. (B&O) Ms Dundee Belinda-ET, Jeff Butler, Chebanse, IL 3. (Best Udder) Bur-Wall Buckeye Gigi, Wallace Behnke, Brooklyn, WI 4. Sipka Mason Passion, Doug Post, Volga, SD 5. (1st Jr, JrB&O) B-Long Tootsy Pop-ET, Bret Long, New London, WI (2nd Jr., Prod.) Kranzdale Chelsea Marie, Cierra Essock, Fort Atkinson, WI 5 Year Old - 14: 1. (Best Udder) Luck-E Dundee Jenna, Milksource Genetics, LLC, Kaukauna, WI 2. (B&O) Budjon-JK Fallen Embers-ET, Budjon Farms, Joel Kietzman & Glaz-Way Enterprises, Lomira, WI 3. Hazel-Bush Flap Flower, Beth Nelson, Blair, WI 4. Mil-Lon SS EricaET, Milksource Genetics, LLC, Kaukauna, WI 5. Hopeful Finley Lori, Martin Kinyon, Lone Rock, WI (1st Jr, Prod.) Opsal Stiles Myron Coral, Felicia Opsal, Blue Mounds, WI (2nd Jr) Dark-Horse Outside Diesel, Tyler Schafer, Kingfisher, OK 6 Year and Older - 8: 1. (B&O) Budjon-JK Edge of Reason, Budjon Farms & Joel Kietzman, Lomira, WI 2. (Prod.) Cherry Crest Lyster Golden, Milksource Genetics, LLC, Kaukauna, WI 3. (Best Udder) Oakvale Durham Echo, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph, WI 4. Rhineland Durham Amy-ET, Budjon Farms & Jason Danhof, Lomira, WI 5. Budjon Rubens Annette, Megan Herberg, St. Peter, MN (1st Jr) Belle-Riviere Allen Tania-ET, Kyle Natzke, Fond du Lac, WI 125,000 lb. Cow - 7: 1. (Best Udder) Stone-Front Iron Pasta, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph, WI 2. (B&O) Sipka Linjet Sue-ET, Doug Post, WI 3. (1st Jr, Prod) Siemers Dundee Hilda 8669-ET, Jordan Siemers, Newton, WI 4. Budjon-JK Linjet Elieen-ET, Budjon Farms & Joel Kietzman, Lomira, WI 5. RF Outside Breeze-ET, Mason Dairy Farm LLC, Kingfisher, OK Senior & Grand Champion Bred & Owned of the Junior Show: B-Long Tootsy Pop-ET, Bret Long, New London, WI Senior & Grand Champion of the Junior Show: Opsal Stiles Myron Coral, Felicia Opsal, Blue Mounds, WI Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion of the Junior Show: Siemers Goldwyn Happy-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers, Newton, WI Best Udder of Show: Dri-Land Talent 1465, Bohn & Matt & Travis Smith, Watertown, WI Champion Bred & Owned of Show: Ms Dundee Belinda-ET, Jeff Butler, Chebanse, IL Senior & Grand Champion: Dubeau Dundee Hezbollah, St. Jacobs/ ABC Inc., Lomira, WI Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion: Ms Dundee BelindaET, Jeff Butler, Chebanse, IL Best Three Females - 3: 1. Siemers Holsteins, Newton, WI 2. Budjon Farms & Joel Kietzman, Lomira, WI 3. Squires Farm Inc., Doug Ullom, Menomonie, WI Produce of Dam - 1: 1. Produce of Siemers Damion Glam 9633-ET, Siemers Holsteins & Jordan & Whitney Ebert, Newton, WI Dam & Offspring - 0 Premier Breeder: Siemers Holsteins, Newton, WI Premier Exhibitor: Milk Source Genetics, LLC, Kaukauna, WI Premier Sire: Regancrest Dundee State Herd: Wisconsin

Intermediate Champions: Judge Michael Heath, Princess Hendrickson, Matt Smith with Dri-Land Talent 1465, Chad Ryan with Siemers Goldwyn Goldie-ET, Jordan Ebert and Princess Warmka. wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June, 2011-21


Winter Calf: Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Duckett P Lucky-Red-ET and Julie Duckett.

Fall Calf: Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Crave Dusk Penny 6262, Roseanne Crave and Princess Carrie Warmka.

Summer Yearling: Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Juddale-DB Atlas Halo and Rodney Hetts.

Spring Yearling: Princess Carrie Warmka, BVK Atwood Arianna-ET and Martin Roberge.

Winter Yearling: Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Jerland SH Laurin Rainbow and Pat Conroy.

Fall Yearling: Princess Hendrickson, sponsor Joan Judd, Ms Duckett Durham Beauty-ET, Calep Dewitt and Princess Warmka.

Unfresh 2 Year Old: Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Sco-Lo Jasper Hummer and Paul Trapp.

Junior 2 Year Old: Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Siemers Goldwyn Glams-ET, Crystal Siemers-Peterman and Princess Carrie Warmka.

Senior 2 Year Old: Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Siemers Goldwyn Goldie-ET, Chad Ryan and Jordan Ebert.

Junior 3 Year Old: Princess Breinne Hendrickson, sponsor Dale Kranz, Blondin Jasper Black Beauty-ET, Eddie Bue, Tony Kohls and Bill Hoen.

Senior 3 Year Old: Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Dri-Land Talent 1465, Matt Smith & Princess Carrie Warmka.

4 Year Old: Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Dubeau Dundee Hezbollah and Tom Cull.

Junior Best Three: Siemers Holsteins

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5 Year Old: Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Luck-E Dundee Jenna, Jamie Endvick and Princess Carrie Warmka.

6 Year Old & Older: Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Budjon-JK Edge of Reason and Kelli Cull.

125,000 lb. Cow: Princess Carrie Warmka, Stone-Front Iron Pasta, Mike Duckett and Princess Breinne Hendrickson.

Produce of Dam: Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Brooks Hendrickson and Crystal Siemers-Peterman.

Best B&O of Show: Jodi Hoynoski, Jeff Butler, Ms Dundee Belinda-ET, Martin Roberge & Princess Hendrickson.

Best Udder of Show: Princess Carrie Warmka, Dri-Land Talent 1465 and Matt Smith.

Junior Champion Bred & Owned of the Junior Show: Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Siemers Destry Sunny-RedET, and Crystal Siemers-Peterman Senior & Grand Champion Bred & Owned of the Junior Show: Princess Breinne Hendrickson, B-Long Tootsy Pop-ET, Bret Long and Princess Carrie Warmka.

Premier Exhibitor: MilkSource Genetics LLC

Premier Exhibitor: Siemers Holsteins

Junior Champions of the Junior Show: Princess Breinne Hendrickson, Judge Michael Heath, Calep Dewitt with Ms Duckett Durham Beauty-ET, Roseanne Crave with Crave Dusk Penny 6262 and Princess Carrie Warmka.

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Midwest Spring Red & White Show Friday, April 15 • Jefferson, WI

Winter Calf - 4: 1. (B&O) Duckett P Lottery-Red-ET, Duckett & Junemann, Rudolph, WI 2. Frozenes-LP Loknatlucky-Red, Rick & Linda Frozene, Westfield, WI 3. (1st JR) Diamondhead Dbnair Natalie-Red, Katie Greidanus, Delavan, WI 4. (2nd JR) Gladtime-West-A Flame-RedET, Tyler Endres, Lodi, WI Fall Calf - 13: 1. (B&O, 1st JR) Siemers Destry Sunny-Red-ET, Jordan Siemers & Crystal Siemers-Peterman, Newton, WI 2. Helmcrest Destry Sahra-Lee-Red, Cole Schluter, IL 3. Tom-Kins Mr Burns Honey SizzleRed, Tom-Kins Farm LLC, Edgar, WI 4. Jo-Clar Rman Peach-Red, Jo-Clar Holsteins, Cambridge, WI 5. MilkSource Cntdr Trisha-Red, Our-Favorite Holsteins, Fall Creek, WI Summer Yearling - 7: 1. (B&O, 1st JR) Sipka Encounter Daisy-Red, Stephanie Post, Volga, SD 2. St-Yle-SA Im A Rockstar-Red, Stephanie Aves, Poplar Grove, IL 3. Swanee-Lee SDR Derrie-Red, Swanee Lee, Garden Prairie, IL 4. Ms Real Hot-Red, Crescentmead Holsteins, Ixonia, WI 5. Paulsoncrest Ginjer-Red, Paulsoncrest, Columbus, WI Spring Yearling - 9: 1. Ms Joleanna S Auburn-Red, Chilliwack Cattle Co., Chilliwack, BC 2. Critter-Ridge Reba-Red, Siemers Holsteins, Newton, WI 3. Lenkaitis LAX Lady-Red, LAX Partners, Cuba, IL 4. (1st JR) El-Lyn Advent Mimi-Red-ET, Cole Booth, Plymouth, WI 5. (B&O, 2nd JR) TJ Shaquille Mai-Tai-Red, Tanner Schmaling, Delavan, WI Winter Yearling - 3: 1. (1st JR) Flower-Brook Ad Jenalyn-Red, Doug Petzel, Arlington, MN 2. Castleholm Radr Beki-Red-ET, Our-Destiny Farms, Mondovi, WI 3. Castleholm Real Rae-Red-ET, Our-Destiny Farms, Mondovi, WI Fall Yearling - 9: 1. (1s JR) Jerian Siemers Sunray-Red-ET, C, J, J, J, C & L Siemers, Newton, WI 2. (B&O) Vande Debonair Yahtzee-Red, Shawon Vande Zande, Waupun, WI 3. McWilliams Sandra-Red, Majestic View Genetics, Sun Prairie, WI 4. (2nd JR) Krull Debo Dreamgirl-Red-ET, Cassy, Bryce & Carley Krull, Lake Mills, WI 5. MilkSource CR Annette-Red-ET, Milk Source Genetics, Kaukauna, WI Junior Best 3 - 1: 1. St-Yle Holsteins, Poplar Grove, IL Unfresh 2 Year Old - 2: 1. (B&O) Bossir Shaquille Robin-Red-ET, Bossir Holsteins, Fair Oaks, IN 2. Hy-Class Jellybean-Red, Hy-Class Holsteins, Churubusco, IN Junior 2 Year Old - 3: 1. (B&O, Best Udder) RSC-CH Advent ReneRed, RSC-CH Holsteins, Alcester, SD 2. Paulsoncrest Mystic-Red, Paulsoncrest, Columbus, WI 3. (1s JR) Vande Debonair Promise-Red, Shawon Vande Zande, Waupun, WI Senior 2 Year Old - 12: 1. (1st JR, Best Udder) Sunny-Valley RM Finally-Red, Andy Sell, Watertown, WI 2. (B&O) Koz-Da Jet Sadie-RedET, Stephanie Davis, Wisconsin Dells, WI 3. Jerland Redliner Noella-

Red-ET, Stoutjesdyk, Hongslo & Birkholz, Alcester, SD 4. Scenic-Edge Mr B Jolynn-Red, Scenic-Edge Holsteins, Plymouth, WI 5. WindsorManor River-Red, Jordan Siemers & Crystal Siemers-Peterman, Newton, WI Junior 3 Year Old - 5: 1. (Best Udder) Castleholm Regina-Red, Lyn-Vale Holsteins, Waldo, WI 2. (B&O) V-View Redliner Madison-Red, Jamie Endvick, Kaukauna, WI 3. Indies-View-GW Luau-Red, Garrett Schmidt, Melrose, WI 4. (1st JR) Ri-Val-Re L Sweety P-Red, Kelsey Crull, Poplar Grove, IL 5. Sunny-Valley Jet Brandy-Red, Hy-Class Holsteins, Churubusco, IN Senior 3 Year Old - 5: 1. (Best Udder) Oakvale Advent Cinnabar-Red, Milk Source Genetics, Kaukauna, WI 2. (B&O, 1st Jr) Krull Advent Smiley-Red, Carley Krull, Lake Mills, WI 3. Greenlea Ad Shera-Red, Richard Green, Middletown, DE 4. Jo-Clar Advent Path-Red-ET, Jo-Clar Holsteins, Cambridge, WI 5. (2nd JR) Opsal Duke Maesa-Red, Joshua Opsal, Blue Mounds, WI Intermediate Champion: Oakvale Advent Cinnabar-Red, Milk Source Genetics, Kaukauna, WI Reserve Intermediate Champion: Sunny-Valley RM Finally-Red, Andy Sell, Watertown, WI 4 Year Old - 6: 1. (Best Udder) Silvermine Advent Tally-Red-ET, Milk Source Genetics, Kaukauna, WI 2. (B&O) Jen-D Devil TiffanyRed, Stransky & Dingbaum, Owatonna, MN 3. Cleland SS Alexis-Red, Jason Cleland, Clinton, WI 4. Ourway Kite Nevada-Red, Ourway Holsteins, Brooklyn, WI 5. (1st JR) Sicy Sibyllia Kite-Red, Trenton Styczynski, Pulaski, WI 5 Year Old - 1: 1. (Best Udder, B&O) Scenic-Edge Josetta-Red, ScenicEdge Holsteins, Plymouth, WI 6 Year and Older - 3: 1. (Best Udder) Cherrie-Kreek Bonnie-Red-ET, Rosedale Genetics & Mystik-Kreek, Oxford, WI 2. Square-Acres RosaneRed-ET, Bossir Holsteins, Fair Oak, IN 3. (B&O) Jerland Revenge GavinRed, Stransky & Jerome, Owatonna, MN 125,000 lb. Cow - 1: 1. Stone-Front Rub Indigo-Red, MilkSource Genetics, Kaukauna, WI Dry Cow - 2: 1. (B&O) Scenic-Edge Jellybean-Red, Scenic-Edge Holsteins, Plymouth, WI 2. (1st JR) Selz-Pralle Dagger 3475-Red-ET, Ryan, Jessica & Nicole Pralle, Humbird, WI Best Three Females - 1: 1. Scenic-Edge Holsteins, Plymouth, WI Produce of Dam - 1: 1. Bossir Holsteins, Fair Oaks, IN Dam & Offspring - 2: 1. Scenic-Edge Holsteins, Plymouth, WI 2. Bossir Holsteins, Fair Oaks, IN Senior & Grand Champion of the Junior Show: Sunny-Valley RM Finally-Red, Andy Sell, Watertown, WI Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion of the Junior Show: Krull Advent Smiley-Red, Carley Krull, Lake Mills, WI Senior Champion of the Show: Silvermine Advent Tally-Red, Milk Source Genetics, Kaukauna, WI Reserve Senior Champion of the Show: Jen-D Devil Tiffany-Red,

Junior Champion of the Junior Show: Siemers Destry Sunny-RedET, Jordan Siemers & Crystal Siemers-Peterman, Newton, WI Reserve Junior Champion of the Junior Show: Sipka Encounter Daisy-Red, Stephanie Post, Volga, SD

Junior Champion: Ms Joleanna S Auburn-Red, Chilliwack Cattle Co., Chilliwack, BC Reserve Junior Champion: Critter-Ridge Reba-Red, Siemers Holsteins, Newton, WI

A total of 85 head paraded through the ring on Friday, April 15 at the 2011 Midwest Spring Red & White Show. The official judge for the day was Eddie Bue of Fithian, IL. Following are the top 5 placings in each class.

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Stransky & Dingbaum, Owatonna, MN Grand Champion of the Show: Silvermine Advent Tally-Red, Milk Source Genetics, Kaukauna, WI Reserve Grand Champion of the Show: Oakvale Advent CinnabarRed, Milk Source Genetics, Kaukauna, WI Premier Breeder: Sunny-Valley Holsteins, Belmont, WI Premier Exhibitor: Milk Source Genetics, Kaukauna, WI Premier Sire: KHW Kite Advent-Red-ET

Intermediate Champion: Oakvale Advent Cinnabar-Red, Milk Source Genetics, Kaukauna, WI Reserve Intermediate Champion: Sunny-Valley RM Finally-Red, Andy Sell, Watertown, WI

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Annual Supporters of Wisconsin Holstein Grand Champion of the Show: Silvermine Advent Tally-Red, Milk Source Genetics, Kaukauna, WI Reserve Grand Champion of the Show: Oakvale Advent Cinnabar-Red, Milk Source Genetics, Kaukauna, WI

Senior & Grand Champion of the Junior Show: Sunny-Valley RM Finally-Red, Andy Sell, Watertown, WI Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion of the Junior Show: Krull Advent Smiley-Red, Carley Krull, Lake Mills, WI

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District 10 breeders Manitowoc Winnebago

Calumet

Fond du Lac

Sheboygan

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You all have one... that one special cow... the one that continues to amaze you day in and day out... the one that grows more special with every passing year... the one you can’t imagine the barn without... she’s every dairyman’s dream... Glo-Crest Seps Lucy Lou-Red EX-92 2E 2010 WI Holstein Top Performer 5-00 365 58,470 2916F 1808P Lft. to date: 193,140M 7952F 5665P Lucy Lou calved for the 5th time at 6-01 and is due again in December to Absolute-Red. Her daughters: VG-86 Jordan, VG-85 2 year old Polled Lawn Boy and an Aftershock heifer. Her granddaughters: a fresh RC Shottle that’s a headturner, a Polled Red Absolute and an RC Boliver.

Synergy Herd Stats: • 22% Red or RC with 20 VG or EX Red or RC cows • Home to 14 Destry females with more on the way • Top Red Genomics include: Synergy Destry Assure-ET RC, GTPI +2273 Synergy Destry Triangle-Red, GTPI +1924 Wilstar Goldwyn Dynasty-ET RC, GTPI +1993 (3 Colt PGs)

Lucy Lou at WDE 6th place Futurity 2007

Selling July 21 in the Central Wisconsin Summer Event Fresh Planet! Synergy Planet Polka-ET +2076 GTPI, +63 GTAP Planet x VG-88 Oman x VG-86 Outside (Oscar Lucinda family) Fresh in May, will be scored and pictured in June. She makes us eager to calve in the rest of our Planets.

Carter, Lucy Lou, Mason & Evan

Niece Carmen with Lucy Lou on her first trip to the Shawano Fair

Jay, Heather, Mason, Carter & Evan Jauquet Gary & Linda Olson and Casey Olson W2285 County Rd. S, Pulaski, WI 54162 Jay cell: 608-279-3222 RHA: 31,655M 1164F 951P wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June, 2011-27


MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS Our Extra Special Dream Team addition Malayna Jenn born May 6, 2011 5 lbs., 9 oz. & 18.5 inches long

Dan and Michelle Mielke

DREAM TEAM HOLSTEINS Don & Jenna Fahey 9141 Town Line Rd., Eland, WI 715-573-0820

SEEFELDT FARMS Rick & Kathy Seefeldt 9066 County Rd. II, Eland, WI 715-571-0777

Congratulations to Dr. John Zook on the development of B&Z Oman 5796 (see page 15 of the May Wisconsin Holstein News). In studying her pedigree, I discovered she is also a descendant of Lane-Crest Admiral Olive, the first 4-H calf of another kid from Miami County, Indiana.

CRESTWOOD

Loren & Anita Birkey Wausau, WI • 715-845-8601

GRANDEUR HOLSTEINS Grandeur Domain Tikvah-ET GTPI +2263, NM$ 693 Grandeur Domain Tavita-ET GTPI +2234, NM$ 688 Grandeur Domain Tamah-ET GTPI +2139, NM$ 581 BLIVEN FAMILY R865 Mt. View Lane Athens, WI

Phone: 715-257-7255 Fax: 715-257-9152 e-mail: jbliven@semexusa.com

F2171 Huckleberry Rd, Colby, WI 54421 715-223-4371 Cell: 715-255-2356 email: mielke@pcpros.net

Steve, Sarah, Andrew, Alayne, Audree, Annica & Angela Marcis F4016 Cty E Stratford, WI 715-687-2251 e-mail: marcis@northsidecomp.com RHA: 2x 28,137 3.8 1076 3.1 879 Home of the “H” Family

Ralph & Sharon Bredl & Martine Bredl-Lueck C1965 Riviera Drive, Stratford, WI 54484 Office: 715-687-4236 Barn: 715-687-4826 Fax: 715-687-4011 E-Mail: ralph@harmonyspecialty.com www.harmonyho.com

RHA: 415 cows 29,369 3.89 1144 3.05 894 Herd sires always available Visitors always welcome

SCHREIBER ACRES LLC Registered Holsteins

Russ & Rosie Bauman Edgar, WI • 715-352-3177

Galen, Marlene & Bart Schreiber 2193 Wuerzburg Rd., Athens, WI 54411 Ph.: 715-223-4534 schreiberacres@tds.net

On Q Holsteins LLC A Grass-Based dairy farm with Strong Cow Families Sam & Jen Zimmerman Mason, Adelle & Neah E2259 County Rd. Q, Ringle, WI 54471 Cell: 715-218-8619 28–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June 2011

Call Milkyhill Cattle Sales for rates. Will be done professionally. “The Maraton” - September 24, 2011 We will once again be offering a select number of animals that juniors can buy at a discount.

ed mielke 715-574-2931


MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS

Freeman Creek Farms Home of 5 milking Man-o-Mans

New Additions Da-Ru Dundee Roses-ET VG-86 at 2-10 Dam: EX-91 Reserve Grand Champion at District 2 in 2007 3rd Dam: EX-93 4th Dam: VG-86 5th Dam: EX-91 4E Will be rescored on 6-9-2011

Kontur-Maal Bowser Sophie PTPI +2067 From the Saturday family, awaiting genomics H Owned by Sam Nigon

Larry & Vonnie Murry Scott & Bob Murry

Halder, WI Ph: 715-693-3166

JO-WAL HOLSTEINS ANOTHER HOT

ONE FROM J O -WAL

FARMS:

Jo-Wal-Langs Tstry Nicki-ET GP-84 VG-MS GTPI +2145 2-06 296 24,952 4.6 1148 3.6 904 inc. Nicki was the #1 Genomic tested milking Toystory daughter JOE & GEORGE WALDVOGEL & Sons 3604 Merrill Ave., Wausau, WI 54401 Phone: 715-675-2868 • cgwal@webtv.net and

Lang’s Twin Elm Farms, Inc.

Fred Lang Marathon, WI Phone: 715-443-2037 Fax: 715-443-3742

Mar-By Holsteins - Mark Bychinski B921 Century Rd., Spencer, WI 54479 715-659-3844

GARY’S DAIRY Good-Time Registered Holsteins

Gary Stankowski Owner Home: 3860 Sugar Bush Rd. Mosinee, WI 54455 (715) 693-3197 Farm: 543 Hwy. S Mosinee, WI 54455 (715) 693-0799

DAL-SKI HOLSTEINS Har-Dale-Acres Fre Spitfire born 11/19/10 Genomic tested: GTPI +2101, 130 over parent average NM +679, 140 over parent average +1295 Milk +.07 Fat -.01 Protein

• Dal-Ski Shottle Evan PTPI +1796 • Dal-Ski Shottle Edee-ET PTPI +1697 • Dal-Ski M Leader Eden PTPI +1684 • Dal-Ski Mac Nellie PTPI +1683 David & Paulette Lemanski

Fred, Lynne & Matt Harder

Andrew, Dana, Anthony, Devin, Alex & Danielle

8470 Hwy. H, Athens, WI 54411 Phone/Fax: 715-257-7480 • Matt cell: 715-571-3792

715-352-3382 Fax: 715-352-3038 3475 Cardinal Lane, Marathon, WI 54448 Visitors Welcome

KINGDOM HAVEN FARM, INC.

Ded-Dit Holsteins

5117 CTH “N” EDGAR, WI 54426 Office: 715-352-3335 Shop: 715-352-3656 Mike & Linda King Kevin & June King

Fustead Goldwyn Margo-ET VG-87 Full sister to Fustead Goldwyn Guthrie-ET • Man-O-Man son at Accelerated Genetics, Kingdomhaven Man Malt-ET, 14HO06541 • Shamrock son contracted to Accelerated • Daughters by Shottle and Shaquille • Pregnancies by Shamrock • Flushing to Windbrook & Sid

Ded-Dit Million Bolero-ET A fancy winter yearling heifer & possible 8th generation Excellent. Dam : Briccows Talent Bewitched-ET EX-90 (pictured) Will be flushed to Fustead Goldwyn Guthrie-ET

Bewitched & Bolero are housed at Fustead Holsteins

Ded-Dit Holsteins

Doug Dittmar Wausau, WI • 715-571-0843 wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June, 2011-29


MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS Selling at the National Convention Sale June 24 • Richmond, Virginia

FARMS “Striving for that fine line of genetic excellence”

From the Prolific Ada Family... Maple Wood Goldwyn Alice-ET VG-86 EX-MS 3-04 365 38,301 3.8 1450 2.9 1104 Dam: Cityview Aleecia VG-86 by Comestar Lee 2nd Dam: Cityview R Alicia EX-92 by Startmore Rudolph 3rd Dam: Shoremar S Alicia-ET EX-97 3E by Donnadale Skychief 4th Dam: C Aitkenbrae Starbuck Ada EX-94 2E by Hanoverhill Starbuck We have a daughter by Shottle and pregnancies by Braxton & Lauthority. 9570 State Hwy. 153, Wittenberg, WI 54499 Telephone (715) 454-6217 Fax (715)-454-6775 Carl & June Norrbom

Paul & Kim Norrbom Katelyn, Paige & Emily

Owned by: Thomas & Florine Bunkelman Brooke, Brent & Brodie

Ralma Goldwyn Carmen-ET +2210 GTPI PTA +736M +52F +29P +617NM +5.0PL

Selling a 1st Choice of 5 females: 3 Robusts due 7/11 or 2 Dobermans due 8/11 ~ Carmen is due 9/15/11 & looks great! Dam: Ralma Christmas Cookie-ET VG-89 EX-MS DOM 2nd Dam: Ralma Christmas Fudge-ET VG-88 VG-MS GMD DOM

Floyd & Lloyd Baumann Marathon, WI Ph: 715-443-3595 Fax: 715-443-3833

Lang’s Twin Elm Farms, Inc.

Fred Lang Marathon, WI Ph: 715-443-2037 Fax: 715-443-3742

Every spring the Marathon County Holstein Breeders go on an overnight spring tour. This year, one of our stops was at Luck-E Holsteins in Hampshire, Ill. It was reassuring to visit a great breeder herd with the same philosophy as ours use the best type bulls out of great families and match them up to the right kind of cows. Congratulations Engels! With that philosphy in mind, we present Jazzmin: Nor-Way-Pete Mathie Jazzmin EX-90 born 7-24-1998 Lifetime to date: 3462d 331,939 3.7 12,290 2.9 9525 Fresh again & looks great!

Dalin Durham Taffy-ET EX-92

Visitors always welcome!

She is being flushed to Fustead Goldwyn Guthrie, Sunnylodge Linjet & Comestar Lauthority.

NOR-WAY-PETE FARMS, INC.

Tomkins Mr Burns Sizzle-Red, 3rd Fall Calf at Midwest Spring R&W Show

1751 Cherry Drive, Eland, WI 54427

~ Best wishes to Brooke for a speedy recovery from her breast cancer. ~ F4680 Walnut Rd., Edgar, WI 54426 Ph.: 715-352-2404 Fax: 715-352-7457 E-mail: tomkinsfarm@yahoo.com 30–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June 2011

Home of NOR-WAY-PETE & Four-of-a-Kind Reg. Holsteins RHA: 246 cows 30,381 3.8 1168 3.0 908 Chad & Andy Peterson, owners 715-302-0482 Dan Cnossen, herd manager 715-302-1327 e-mail: cherrydrivefarms@aol.com


MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS

Embryos For Sale • Bookems from Coop Bosside B Belinda (will be scored 6/25)

FUSTEAD HOLSTEINS

- She is a Boliver out of a Shottle going back to the same family as AltaIota. - Belinda has a Freddie son at CRI & his full sister is contracted to Semex.

• Shamrocks from Bosside Colby Eleanor GP-83 2Y (will also be re-scored 6/25)

- Eleanor is out of a VG-85 Pippen then an EX Duster with over 200,000 lifetime. - Eleanor’s maternal brother by Massey will be one of the next high NM bulls to be released by CRI.

• 4 #1 Gold Chips from Matt-Dari Elegant Dolly-ET VG-88 EX-MS - Dolly is +1835 GTPI and is from EX-90 GMD DOM Outside. - Massey son at Select Sires with +2012 PTPI Mark your calendars for the next Tag Sale October 21, 2011

Fustead Holsteins presents the 6th generation: Aiden Adam and his brother Bailey Bradley!

John & Tineke Boschma F4513 Townline Rd., Colby, WI 54421 PH: 715-223-0534 Fax: 715-223-1114 E-Mail: bossideholsteins@hotmail.com www.bossideholsteins.com RHA: 170 cows 2x 27,430 1067F 855P

Roger & Darleen Fust Wausau, WI

715-842-5868/Ph 715-848-0465/Fax

Brian & Wendy Fust Nicole, Jennifer & Tyler

CLASSIFICATION HIGHLIGHTS Matt-Dari Bolton Montana Matt-Dari Outside Danika Matt-Dari Marc Bright-TW Matt-Dari Proof Nolita Matt-Dari Pro Ginny Matt-Dari Fortune Merlot Royal-Vista Canyon Mission-Bell Velvet Fidgety Mission-Bell Pontiac Fiter S&E Shottle Panda-ET Nan-Ron-Acres Modest Sara Su Beras HiMetro Darien Frozenes Champion Mia Friesian-Knoll DC Elk-Creek Durham Heschla

VG-86 VG-MS VG-85 VG-MS VG-86 VG-MS VG-85 VG-MS VG-85 VG-MS VG-85 VG-MS VG-87 VG-MS VG-85 VG-MS VG-88 EX-MS EX-90 EX-MS 5Y EX-90 92-MS 4Y EX-91 EX-MS 2E 7Y EX-92 EX-MS 5Y EX-92 EX-MS 8Y EX-92 EX-MS 3E 9Y

Matthiae Dairy Farms, Inc. Home of Matt-Dari Holsteins Maynard - Jason David - Michael 4839 Martin Lane, Marathon, WI Ph: 715-443-2347 Fax: 715-443-2644

Fustead Bolton Sara-ET VG-86 GTPI +2001 2-05 302 25,163 4.5 1140 3.1 784 inc. Dam: Fustead Oman Sammy-ET VG-85 2-05 365 29,980 4.5 1353 3.7 1115

We have a Michael daughter from Sara at +2154 GTPI that is contracted and being flushed. Sara is also contracted and being flushed.

L-L-M-Dairy E916 Hwy. Q, Ringle, WI 54471 PH: 715-845-7028 wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June, 2011-31


MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS

Introducing... 1n 1905 John and Anna Furger began farming an 80 acres farm presently known as Twin-B-Dairy LLC. The family farm was sold to their daughter and son-in-law, Mary Ann and Walter, in 1953. Walter and Mary Ann purchased an additional 120 acres of land and started to modernize the farm. Family contributions helped the farm become a success throughout the years. Walter and Mary Ann’s six children, Janice, Dennis, Laurence, Floyd, Lloyd and Sandy Ann and all of their children help the success of Twin-B-Dairy. Floyd and Lloyd purchased the 200 acre family farm from their parents in 1980. Floyd and Lloyd, along with Floyd’s wife Sandee Jo, now operate the 700 acre family farm. Floyd and Lloyd milk 110 Registered Holsteins and have a current rolling herd average of 25,425 lbs. with 912 lbs. fat and 789 lbs. protein and a BAA of 106.5. In 1990 Floyd and Lloyd became partners with Fred Lang to purchase and produce elite cattle, known as Langs-Twin-B. Currently, the key cow families they are working with are Langs-Twin-B Allyson-ET, Langs-Twin-B C-S Ashlyn-ET, and Ralma Baxter Cheerio. At present, these elite animals have bulls in A.I., and females as high as +2540 GTPI. An important part of Twin-B and Langs-Twin-B success is hosting the Central Wisconsin Summer Event sale. July 21, 2011, will be the 6th year of hosting this very high profile sale. Floyd and Sandee Jo and Lloyd Baumann would like to say “thank you” to Marathon County Holstein Breeders for sponsoring our ad.

Langs-Twin-B Allyson-ET VG-87 VG-MS at 2-06 GTPI +2104 PTA +1071M +38F +39P +578NM +5.2PL 4/11 2-04 2x 229 21,259 4.0 857 3.1 651 inc. Dam: Langs-Twin-B C-S Ashlyn-ET VG-86 VG-MS DOM 2-03 2x 365 30,150 4.3 1306 3.2 963 2nd Dam: Ralma Finley C-F Chuckle-ET EX-90 EX-MS GMD DOM 2-06 2x 365 38,960 3.4 1344 3.3 1291 3rd Dam: Ralma Christmas Fudge-ET VG-88 VG-MS GMD DOM 2-03 2x 365 31,810 4.1 1292 3.0 967 4th Dam: Ralma Juror Faith EX-91 GMD DOM 4-02 2x 365 47,860 4.5 2165 3.1 1497

Ralma-Baxter Cheerio-ET

VG-85 VG-MS at 2-05 GTPI +2092 PTA +1294M +67F +42P +532NM +4.3PL 4/11 1-11 2x 305 26,840 3.9 1047 3.1 835 ~ Maternal sister to Ralma Goldwyn Carmel-ET VG-89 EX-MS Dam: Ralma Christmas Cookie-ET VG-89 EX-MS DOM 2-06 2x 365 28,710 4.5 1297 3.2 913 2nd Dam: Ralma Christmas Fudge-ET VG-88 VG-MS GMD DOM 2-03 2x 365 31,810 4.1 1292 3.0 967 3rd Dam: Ralma Juror Faith EX-91 GMD DOM 4-02 2x 365 47,860 4.5 2165 3.1 1497 4th Dam: Ralma Leadman Fashion VG-89 VG-MS 3Y

Floyd & Lloyd Baumann Marathon, WI • Ph: 715-443-3595 • Fax: 715-443-3833 email: baumannfloyd@yahoo.com 32–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June 2011


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Red & White PROFILE

Milk Source Genetics, LLC by Kathie McCullough The original beginnings of Milk Source Genetics, LLC, traces back to a small thirty cow farm near Kaukauna, WI once owned by co-founder John Voster’s parents in 1965. In 1999, Voster and partners, Jim Ostrom and Todd Willer, formed Milk Source operating a group of dairies dotting eastern Wisconsin. In 2007, Milk Source Genetics, an elite fifty cow show barn, was opened and set to take the black and white and more recently, the red and white tanbark trail by storm. The founding member of Milk Source’s red and white show string Milk Source Genetics, LLC was Budjon-Nitzy Destiny-Red-ET EX-92. She was purchased in Premier Exhibitor, 2010 Grand International Red & White Shwo 2007 from Budjon Farms and Jeremy Nitz as a March calf at the World Classic Sale. That year, she was named Reserve All-American Spring Calf. Destiny continued her success in 2008 by placing first Holstein Show that year as well. in the Spring Yearling class and was named Junior Champion of the It would be at the 2010 Grand International Red and White Grand International Red and White Show. In 2009, she placed Holstein Show where the red and white string really showed its third at Expo and won the Junior Two-Year-Old class at the Royal strength and depth. Indigo placed fourth in the 125,000 lb. class and Winter Fair. Arika was third place Junior Three-Year-Old. Destiny and Tally won The red and white string continued to grow in 2009, and Milk the Junior and Senior Three-Year-Old classes, respectfully, as well. Source’s success began to flourish right along with it. Stone-Front Rub The real fun began when Destiny got the nod as Reserve InterIndigo-Red EX-94, bred by Andy and Lyn Buttles, was purchased as mediate Champion and Tally for Intermediate Champion. But the a five-year-old. At the Midwest Spring Red and White Show Indigo show wasn’t complete until Tally was later tapped Reserve Grand placed first, was third at Madison and fourth at the Royal. Indigo was Champion of the Show. To top it all off, Milk Source took home their nominated All-American Red and White Five-Year-Old that year. second Premier Exhibitor banner of a major red show. According to Solitaire Jordan Kylie-Red EX-94 joined the string as well and was Jamie Endvick, manager of Milk Source Genetics, he recalls winning first place Four-Year-Old and Reserve Senior Champion of the Spring these honors at Expo that year as the greatest accomplishment for the Show. Wilstar-RS TLT Limited-Red young red and white show string. EX-92 was purchased at the Wilstar Tally, Destiny, Indigo and Arika Dispersal in May 2009 and was the were all nominated All-American first place Four-Year-Old and Red and White, and Tally was also Reserve Senior Champion at the nominated 2010 Red and White Wisconsin Championship Show that Cow of the Year by RWDCA. same year. At Madison, Limited was So why did Milk Source decide fourth and earned an All-American to delve into red and white nomination. In the fall, Bri-Mel Holsteins? According to Jamie, “It’s Advent Arika-Red EX-91 was added a niche market. Red and white to the string. Arika placed sixth as a genetics opens other marketing Junior Two-Year-Old at Madison opportunities and broadens the and fourth at the Royal, earning her horizon for Milk Source by offering an All-American Red and White more than just black and white nomination. genetics.” The next big addition to the Several opportunities for offMilk Source string in 2009 was the spring were made available at Milk popular Silvermine Adv Tally-RedSource Genetics’ Main Event Sale Budjon-Nitzy Destiny-Red EX-92 ET EX-92. Purchased at World this past March from many of these Dairy Expo, Tally started out strong exceptional red individuals. The for her new owners. She was first highest selling red and white place Senior Two-Year-Old at the consignment, purchased by Wilstar Grand International Red and White Holsteins, was a first choice Show. Tally also won her class at the Scientific Destry-ET from Tally Royal and was named Intermediate which sold for $12,400. Champion and Best Udder of the So far, 2011 is shaping up to be Show. All of this led to being another exceptional year for the named both All-American and AllMilk Source red and white string. At Canadian Senior Two-Year-Old. the recent Midwest Spring Red and With the great success of Tally, White Show in Jefferson, Indigo Indigo, Arika and Destiny at the won the 125,000 lb. class. The latest Royal, Milk Source was able to addition to the string, Oakvale capture its first Premier Exhibitor Advent Cinnabar-Red VG-88 and banner of a Red and White show. fresh in March, had quite a day. Pretty impressive for starting in the After winning the Senior Threered business just two short years Year-Old class, she was named prior! Milk Source won Premier Intermediate Champion and Stone-Front Rub Indigo-Red EX-94 Exhibitor of the International Reserve Grand Champion. In the 34–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June 2011


black and white show the next day, Cinnabar placed second and was Honorable Mention Intermediate Champion as well. Tally continued her winning ways by placing first in the Four-Year-Old class in the red show and was part of the parade of champions, leading the way as Grand Champion. Milk Source finished the day on a high note by taking home a third major Premier Exhibitor Banner. This was another very proud moment for the entire crew at Milk Source Genetics. As for the other members of the string, many of them are pending a successful calving and awaiting the fall shows. Jamie says that Indigo will be bred back again shortly. Limited calved on April 23 with a Contender heifer calf and “looks tremendous.” Destiny is due in June to Destry and Tally was fresh last summer and will be

bred to calve back next spring. When asked if Milk Source is looking to buy more red genetics, Jamie says that, “We are always on the look-out for good, young red and whites and black and whites.” They also plan to continue to develop the young cows they already have, sell some offspring, and with a little luck, have more red heifers on the ground to continue the red and white success that Milk Source has already gotten a sweet taste of.

Silvermine Ad Tally-Red-ET EX-92

Solitaire Jordan Kylie-Red EX-94

For more photos and information on the Milk Source herd, visit their website at www.milksource.com.

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DALE & JOEY KRANZ Want to have a sale? Call us! N3931 O’Connor Rd. • Columbus, WI 53925 Ph: 920-623-2246 • Cell: 920-960-2566 • Fax: 920-623-0435 e-mail: cckranz@earthlink.net WI Registered Auctioneer #1008-52 Animal Dealer License #124006-AD

Rickert Bros. LLC R Home of Rickland Holsteins

Doug, Linda, Corey & Tammy Hodorff N3832 Hwy. W, Eden, WI 53019

Jim & Kelly, Greg & Laura, Andrew & Shannon, Don & Lila Rickert

Tel: (920) 477-6800 • Fax: (920) 477-2520 E-mail: mail@secondlookholsteins.com

jkrickert@centurytel.net • Tel: 920-872-2982

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RHA: 831 cows 27,383 3.5 959 3.0 800

Eldorado, WI 54932

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Red & White PROFILE

April-Day Holsteins by Laura Elliott Many Holstein enthusiasts find their love of the Holstein cow on a family dairy farm. This is no different for Ed Peck of April-Day Holsteins. Growing up he spent many hours working with his uncle, Louie Klecker, on his farm in the small town of Marshall, near the capital city of Madison. Working on his uncle’s grade herd, Peck also found his passion for Red and White Holsteins and the agriculture industry. At a young age, Peck found his place within the agriculture industry, attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison majoring in Dairy Science. Ed served as Wisconsin’s State FFA treasurer in 1986 and then as the President in 1987-88. Peck says this opportunity helped to shape and mold him in his future endeavors. Never having the opportunity to be a dairy farmer himself, Peck knew he wanted to stay very involved in the industry in marketing and promotion. After working for Hoard’s Dairyman, ABS Global, and two agricultural marketing agencies, he realized he wanted to settle closer to home to have more flexibility to balance owning cattle and running a business. In 2004 Peck’s most recent business undertaking came to life. Filament Marketing officially opened its doors in April of 2004. Filament focuses on passion for the agriculture industry and marketing expertise deeply rooted in strategy. Pecks belief that being involved in the industry is as important to clients as it is to himself and his employees. Filament’s clients share the same passion for the industry that he has. Always challenging himself, Peck started his very own herd of Holsteins in 1990 with his first purchase. Lost-Elm Promo RequestRed, a purchase from the Black River Fall County Classic, turned into a VG-85 cow with a few VG daughters and granddaughters. A year later Peck expanded his herd, buying two additional animals. One was Nehls Valley Leader Christi *RC who went VG-85 and as a two year old produced over 30,000 pounds of milk. Christi later put two bulls into AI. The second of his two purchases was Crestbrook Leadman Niki-ET *RC. Niki went on to score EX-91 3E, and was flushed extensively, sending a total of five sons to AI. In the Spring of 2001 Peck made another purchase that would unexpectedly change the foundation of his herd. Cityview Ruby Wine-Red was purchased before she entered the ring at the Midwest National Spring Show and later that day went on to be named Reserve Junior Champion. Wine ultimately went VG-88 as a fouryear-old and has produced many very notable offspring. Ruby Wine’s most memorable show-ring progeny is April-Day D Burgundy-Red EX-90. Burgundy was purchased by Sunny Valley

Cityview Ruby Wine-Red VG-88 Holsteins for whom she was later named All-American Red & White Junior 3 Year Old and won the Red & White Kingsmill Futurity at World Dairy Expo in 2006. Wine was bred to Jordan-Red for her first calf, a calf named AprilDay Wisconsin-Red who is still in active service for ABS Global at +1570 GTPI. April-Day Wisconsin-Red’s full-sister, April-Day J Merlot, was sold in the 2006 National Red & White Convention sale by a partnership in which Peck was involved. Merlot had been flushed to Bolton prior to the sale, which resulted in two daughters, split by the partners. Peck picked the now notable daughter, April-Day B Chardonay-ET, VG-86, +1862 GTPI, +935M, +1.81UDC, who now carries several AI contracts. Peck bought Merlot back at the sale and she was flushed again to Toystory. Two daughters resulted from this flush - April-Day TS Spumante-ET *RC, VG-87, +1892 GTPI; and April-Day TS Champagne-ET *RC, now VG-85 and +1764 GTPI. Both Toystory daughters carry AI contracts, and Spumante is housed at Sunshine Genetics on an extensive flush program. Though Ruby Wine was lost after calving in 2006, she left behind what would become the new cornerstone in the April-Day herd. Sired by Shottle, April-Day S Verdejo *RC, VG-86, +1938 GTPI, +520M, +2.36UDC, holds no less than 23 AI bull and embryo contracts, for which she continues to be flushed to fill. Verdejo was a risk of Peck’s but that risk paid off. At the time of the mating, Shottle was a new bull with a high price tag and seldom used on Red cows. Peck has continued to take risks with Verdejo in his breeding, hoping to create new daughters that will be even more sought after than Verdejo herself. Peck is always looking ahead for

April-Day TS Spumante-ET *RC VG-87

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outcross pedigrees with high combinations with both production and type. He believes it is important to not be afraid to use a top black bull with the risk of losing the red gene. Some of Verdejo’s prominent daughters including April-Day N Nosiola-ET *RC, +2136 GTPI, +1614M, +1.9UDC. Her Niagra daughter has already had contract interest at six months of age. A Boliver daughter of Verdejo, April-Day Bol Zisola *RC, +1923 GTPI, +814M, +3.7PL, +1.28UDC, is another high genomic Verdejo daughter who is already transmitting well herself. One of her Fidelity daughters is April-Day Fid Raboso-Red-ET at +1920 GTPI and +495NM. Three out of Verdejo first four daughters have been contracted, while Verdejo herself continues to write contracts as well. When Peck speaks of his cows he says the cow he believe that has given the most to April-Day is Ruby Wine. She has several successful branches that he has both developed and sold to other breeders to develop. Ruby Wine was an extremely fertile cow and trouble free. The cow that Peck admires the most is her Shottle daughter Verdejo. He is proud to have bred this cornerstone cow who is a slow maturing cow yet is still one of the top breeding Red & White two year olds. Peck says she has never had a day of mastitis, and is a very low maintenance cow. Verdejo is transmitting as consistently as her dam has. In total, April-Day has sent 27 bulls to A.I., including the first six sons of Verdejo. Another five sons have been born and are awaiting admittance testing. With all of April-Day’s success over the past few years, Peck says he has had a lot of people to keep him honest along the way. He believes his partnership with Brian and Julie Duffin of Brooklyn, Wis., was very important in developing his cows. He noted they were always there to bounce ideas off of and discuss what a true balanced cow should be. In 2010, April-Day Holsteins and Fertile Ridge Dairy entered a partnership as part of the Fertile Ridge herd expansion. All April-Day breeding animals are now housed at Fertile Ridge Dairy in Mt. Horeb, Wis., with the exception of flush cows and heifers, which are housed

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at Sunshine Genetics. The commercial herd serves as a source of recipients for the future genetically elite animals, which will be part of the APRILDAY-FRD partnership. In the future Peck hopes to continue to be unique in the pedigrees, and is looking closer at combining the polled gene within outcross pedigrees. He knows he does not have the time for the show cattle type and he is not afraid to sell a good one to a herd that can do more with an animal than he can. With all that Peck has accomplished over the years, he still accredits his drive and passion to his uncle, of whom he cannot say enough about. Although most of what Peck has accomplished has come to light since his uncle has passed and he couldn’t be here to see the influence of his passion, Peck feels that he is still looking over him.

Shawano County Holstein Association Twilight Meeting Friday, June 24, 2011 • 7:30 p.m. GO-MAKE HOLSTEINS, N531 Lawn Rd., Seymour, WI

Hosted by the Moeller Family

Featuring this lovely dam & daughter & family

Cody, Ken, Andrea & Kayla

Left: Go-Make Aspen Jaguar VG-87 at 2Y

Schedule for the evening: ~ Judging Contest ~ Lunch & refreshments ~ Silent auction ~ DJ playing 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. Hwy. 156

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Lawn Rd.

Lawn Rd. is 4 miles east of Hwy. 47 or 2 miles west of Hwy. 55. Turn north on Lawn Rd. to 1st farm on left.

Hwy. 55

Hwy. 47

April-Day Verdejo VG-86

Aspen daughter of Jenna, fresh in March with Advent heifer

Right: Go-Make Durham Jenna 3E-93 Over 170,000 lifetime to date Grand Champion, 2010 Shawano County Jr. Fair More Jenna Daughters: • Go-Make Morty Jenny VG-85, owned by Dave & Julie Marcks, Black Creek • Go-Make Morty Junction VG-86 • Go-Make Aspen Sunrise-TW, fresh in April with an Advent heifer • Go-Make Aspen Sunset-TW, due in June to Fremont

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SALE REPORTS Waupaca-Waushara Show Opportunity Sale March 19 The 25th Anniversary of the Waupaca-Waushara Show Opportunity Sale was held Saturday, March 19, 2011 in Weyauwea, Wis., and averaged $1739 on 47 lots. Consigned by Bella-View Holsteins and Forest Ridge Holsteins, the high seller was a first choice of two September 2011 Braxton females out of Rosedale Go For Gin-ET VG-86. Go For Gin is a full sister to the Reserve All-American Junior 2-Year-Old, Rosedale Lexington VG-89, and complete seven generations of VG & EX cows from the Blackrose family. She sold for $5,550 to Doug & Steve Kamphuis of Brandon, Wis. Sandy Valley Farms consigned the 2nd high seller, a May 2010 Michael granddaughter of Regancrest-PR Barbie-ET, EX-92 GMD DOM, that sold for $3,850. Sandy-Valley Michl Bliss-ET is from Regancrest Brynna-ET VG-88 and sold to Cory Biely of Pine River, Wis. Forest-Ridge Snchz Megan-ET, an August 2010 Sanchez out of a VG-87 *RC Advent that completes six generations of VG & EX cows, sold for $3,100 to Amy Blake. Megan was consigned by Forest Ridge Holsteins of Eden, Wis. The Show Opportunity Sale is held annually and sponsored by the Waupaca-Waushara Holstein Association.

hours and looked sensational. Seven young sires sold in the sale and averaged right at $2,300 for the day with the high at $2,525 for an eleven month old grandson of Pimm-Red! Cattle sold to eleven states, two Canadian Provinces and Germany. Dave Rama handled the gavel, while Louis Prange of Elm Park presented pedigrees. Ray LeBlanc of VT, Don Welk of PA, Alan Dykshorn of IA, Norm Magnussen of WI, Ted Radintz of MN, and Ron Roskopf of WI handled bid taking and the telephones as well. The ring crew performed brilliantly accepting bids from the large crowd and handling numerous phone bids as well. The fitting staff headed by Jason Thomas had the cattle looking superb and fought the wind, rain, and elements all week. Merry Rama and Amber Newman handled all clerking duties and trucking arrangements. They are all to be commended for a job well done! Congratulations to Louis and Max Prange on breeding and developing perhaps the greatest R&W & RC Holstein herd in the world. Louis can be credited for not only being Premier Breeder and Exhibitor at WDE for fifteen years but more importantly expanding the Red gene on a global level. Louis’s devotion to the Red and White Dairy Cattle Associations and red breeders worldwide has had a major impact on the entire industry. Max will continue his college education and still keep his hand on Elm Park Farms young sire and recipient herd & fitting on a national level.

Barron Spring Sale - April 23 A large crowd was on hand for the Barron Spring Sale, held Saturday, April 23 in Barron, Wis. With a sale gross of $176,800, the live lots averaged $2303. The top selling animal was lot 10 from Indianhead Holsteins. This VG Advent daughter, fresh in March, sold for $4150 to Todd Schott of Bruce, Wis. Second high seller was lot #1, a VG Mac daughter from Don & Liz Mayer, Bloomer, Wis. She sold for $4000 to Pepst Farms, Centuria, Wis. Third high seller was also from Don & Liz Mayer. This fresh two year old Morty from an EX-91 Rudolph sold for $3800 to Doug Veenendall of Baldwin, Wis. The top selling calf was a fancy show age September 2010 Dundee from a VG-86 Champion. She sold to Kylie Hoff of Prairie Farm, Wis., for $2400. The sale was managed by the Barron County Holstein Breeders, with Bob Lentz serving as sale chairman.

Elm Park Farm Complete Dispersal April 30 The Elm Park Farm Complete Dispersal held on Saturday, April 30, 2011 in Sheboygan Falls, Wis., saw 166 lots average $3,253. Of the nearly 700 people in attendance, 300 packed the tent on a very windy day, requiring extraordinary measures to keep the tent in place! The sale was managed by the Cattle Exchange of Delhi, NY. Topping the sale at $41,000 was lot 2, Goldwyn-Oaks Gwyn Perky-ET a Polled RC Gold Goldwyn from the famed EX-90 “Perk Rae” out of Beauty Rae from the heart of the Roxies! Bidding was fierce with Dr. Hubertus Diers-WWS Germany in attendance at the sale placing the final bid and Sexing Technologies contending. Perky carried two AI contracts and loads of international interest. Second high was lot 1, a RC Man-O-Man from Gold Dish Rae (VG-88), again from the great Roxie maternal line. Selling for $28,000 to Sexing Technologies, she was the highest RC Man-O-Man from Dish Rae. Contending bidder was Welcome Stock Farm of NY with both Bill & Bill Jr. in attendance. Another New Yorker, Lisa Tobler purchased the third high for the day at $17,500 on Lot 3, the highly respected Elm-Park Pimm-Red-ET(EX-93-2E); twice nominated and reserve All-American R&W 4 year old in 2007. From the same maternal line as the sensational Black Rose, Pimm looked awesome with bidding coming from every direction. Lot 81, Elm-Park Air-ET (EX-90), sold for $10,000 to Sellcrest Farm, Watertown, WI. This amazing maternal sister to Regiment Apple and full sister to the great Acme bull sold fresh less than 72 38–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June 2011

Elm Park Farms Dispersal high seller: Lot #2, Tolden-Oaks Gwyn, sold for $41,000 to Dr Hubertus Diers from Germany. From left to right is Ray LeBlanc, ringman, Max Prange, Norm Magnussen, ringman, Gary Janssen of Golden Oaks, Alan Dykshorn, ringman, Ted Radnitz, ringman and Toby Artilles, leadsman.

Hardwater Holsteins Complete Dispersal May 14 It was a cold spring day for the Hardwater Holsteins Complete Dispersal held on May 14 at the farm in Ellsworth, Wisconsin, owned by Brian Berg and family. Topping the sale at $7,500 to Allan Lundberg of Osseo, Wis., was Hardwater Marchita-ET VG-88 GTPI +1945. Marchita is a beautiful Bolton, backed by 8 generations of VG and EX dams. She sold open and ready to flush for her new owner. Jon Wynveen of Baldwin, Wis., gave $4,300 for Hardwater Shirin-ET, a VG-85 2Y Mac daughter. Shirin sold along with 3 full sisters, they were backed by a 2E-90 Leader dam, then a 3E-92 GMD DOM Rudolph. At the end of the day, the 79 lots averaged $1962. The sale was managed by Tom Morris Ltd, with Tom and Sandy at their stations and assisted by Brian Behnke, Scott Courtney, Scott Culbertson, Don Mayer, and Paul Trapp.


Happiness Is... Sixty-five years of devoted marriage for Emerald and Luella Ossmann. They were married June 20, 1946, at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Shirley, Wis. They have one daughter, Ida and three sons, Don, Ted and Paul. There are 11 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren.

We are sincerely grateful for their many years of hard work, dedication and continued love and support. Congratulations!

✳ ✳ ✳ ✳ ACRES EMERALD ✳ ✳

THE OSSMANNS DePere, WI 920-864-7629 • Fax: 920-864-7628

La Crosse County Twilight Meeting Wednesday, June 22 • 7:00 p.m. HOSTED BY:

Vickland Farms & Vickland Ag Bagging Ryan & Jessica Vick & family N6042 State Road 108, West Salem, WI 54669 Farm is located 2 miles north of Hwy. 16 in West Salem on Hwy. 108.

~ Meal & Judging starts at 7:00 p.m. ~ Meeting & door prize drawing at 8:30 p.m. Back, left to right: Chad, Shannon, Robert, Judy, Jax, Jessica, Brylee and Ryan Vick. Front: Amanda, Angela & Abigail Vick.

Sponsored by La Crosse County Holstein Breeders

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Forum to Focus on How Genomics is Reshaping Dairy Cattle Breeding Since its introduction in 2008, genomics has significantly changed how dairy cattle breeders choose sires and make matings for the next generation. In fact, genomics has likely made the biggest impact on dairy cattle selection in Holsteins, Jerseys, and Brown Swiss since the introduction of genetic evaluations nearly five decades ago. With any new science, there are opportunities and concerns as it is incorporated into the dairy operation. To help breeders better understand the impact of genomics and how the technology may fit into their breeding program, the Wisconsin Holstein Association will be hosting a forum to discuss this pressing matter. The town hall meeting will take place on Thursday, July 21, 2011, at 1 p.m. at the Rib River Ballroom located at 3237 State Highway 29, Marathon, Wis. The four genomic specialists will provide the opportunity for dairy producers throughout the Midwest to ask questions and get answers regarding genomics. All interested in dairy genetics are welcome to attend the afternoon event. The panel gives breeders the opportunity to learn first-hand from four industry professionals who work extensively with genomics. Heading the group will be Curt Van Tassell who is USDA’s lead researcher on genomics. Van Tassell continues to head up the USDA Agricultural Research Service’s Bovine Functional Genomics project and will be able share the latest work on the project. Adding to the in-depth discussion will be a pair of industry leading sire analysts: Select Sires’ Charlie Will and Alta Genetics’ Jay Jauquet. Charlie Will is the long-time manager of Select Sires’ Holstein sire selection group who acquired notable sires such as Blackstar, Elton, Mathie, Integrity, BW Marshall, Durham, Blitz and Oman. Jay Jauquet is not only a regional sire analyst with Alta genetics but is an owner of a 300-cow dairy in Pulaski, Wis., for the past seven years. He purchased bulls like AltaSuede, AltaAdam, AltaZesty, AltaFinley, AltaBaxter, and AltaRoss. Rounding out the team will be Tom Schmitt of Morningview Holsteins in Durango, Iowa. Schmitt and his family have a 90-cow dairy that was the nation’s top genetic herd in 2008, and they were recognized as a Holstein USA Herd of Excellence. These four well-spoken individuals will share their experiences, both positive and negative, with the new technology. After the panel’s presentations, questions will be accepted from the floor. Moderating the forum will be Corey Geiger who serves as the Wisconsin Holstein president and is a national director of the Holstein Association USA. He brings practical experience, having worked with genomics on his family’s dairy farm and by extensively covering the topic for Hoard’s Dairyman magazine.

Wisconsin Holstein, the hosts for this event, is a non-profit organization with the purpose of promoting Wisconsin Registered Holsteins for its 3,300 members statewide. For more questions on this forum or what WHA has to offer, contact the WHA office at 1-800-223-4269 or visit the Association’s website at www.wisholsteins.com.

The University of

WISCONSIN MADISON Dairy Science STUDENT PROFILE Name: Eric Ronk Hometown: Denmark, WI High School: Denmark High School Class Size: 140 Farm: Ronkstar Acres, 65 Registered Holsteins Major: Dairy Science Business Option Why did you decide to attend UW-Madison? I decided to attend UW-Madison because it was not only one of the top Dairy Science programs in the country but one of the top academic and research Universities. Combining that with the City of Madison and the Big Ten sports atmosphere, there was no way I could turn down UW-Madison. What has been your most memorable college experience? My most memorable experience has been being a member and living in the Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity house. I have gained numerous leadership skills by serving as Noble Ruler, which will help prepare me for my future career. And I will never forget charging the field and court after beating #1 Ohio State in football and basketball! What has been your favorite course? My favorite course through college was Dairy Herd Management - Dairy Science 433. Every two weeks we covered a different topic ranging from calf care, nutrition and even farm finances. It was a very interesting class and I gained numerous skills, which I have used over the past two years since taking the class. What are your future career goals? Upon graduation, I will be attending graduate school at Virginia Tech for Dairy Science Nutrition. I will be looking at reducing phosphorus runoff from dairy cattle. After completing my Masters of Science, I may pursue a PhD or possibly work in industry with extension or consulting.

UW-Madison Dept. of Dairy Science 1675 Observatory Drive Madison, WI 53706 Ph. 608-263-3308 Fax 608-263-9412 www.wisc.edu/dysci/ Contact: Ted Halbach

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Inquiry Lives Here


JR Judging and Classification Contest

Junior Holstein Calf Raffle

The JAC’s will be holding a Judging and Classification contest for youth under the age of 21. There will be two age divisions - Junior, 14 & under as of January 1; and Senior, 15 & over as of January 1. Awards for the contest are sponsored by Accelerated Genetics. Your junior team may give reasons as a group and the senior team members have the choice of giving reasons as individuals. This all takes place Monday, July 11, at the Fond du Lac County Fairgrounds. Registration will be at 8:30 a.m. with judging starting at 9:00 a.m. Cost is $4.00 per individual or a team (up to 4) for $12.00.

Thank you Sandy Valley Farms!! The Bauer family has generously offered to donate a 2011 Registered Holstein heifer calf to the WI Holstein Juniors to benefit all participating counties in selling the WHA Junior raffle tickets. Tickets will be mailed to the county junior advisors. If the WHA office does not have a junior advisor listed for your county we will be sending tickets directly to each individual junior in that county. Additional tickets are available by calling the WHA office at 1-800-223-4269 We thank Sandy Valley Farms for their support!

WHA Youth Showmanship Contest This year all the WHA District Shows will be holding a Youth Showmanship contest. The contests will have Junior and Senior age divisions with the 10 & Under age division being optional at each District Show. Ages are as of January 1st of the year of competition. Junior is 11 to 15 and Senior is 16 to 20. Youth may sign up for the showmanship contest at check-in time and up until ½ hour before the actual showmanship contest time at your District Show. All Youth must be WHA Junior members in order to participate in the contest. Each District may send their top 3 individuals from the Junior and Senior age divisions onto the WHA State Championship Show Contest. At this time, the 10 & Under will not be held at the WHA State Championship Show.

Junior Award Forms Junior Award Forms can be found on the the WHA website at www.wisholsteins.com or you may get them from your Junior County Advisor after June 10 or or by calling the WHA office at 1-800-2234269 for a copy. If you would like to have a JAC come to one of your county meetings to help with forms, please call the WHA office and we’ll try to accommodate your group. Award forms that are due October 1 will be due October 1 in the WHA office, due to the late dates of World Dairy Expo. World Dairy Expo is later this year and we need to be able to copy and get the forms out to the judges in a timely manner. Thank you for your understanding in this change to handing in award forms.

SANDY

ALLEY FARMS

2011 Junior Calendar of Events June 15 15 16 16 20 20 22 22-25 28 29

District 7 Youth Showmanship Contest, 9:00 a.m. District 1 Youth Showmanship Contest, 7:00 p.m. District 5 Youth Showmanship Contest, 8:00 a.m. District 10 Youth Showmanship Contest, 6:00 p.m. District 2 Youth Showmanship Contest, 9:00 a.m. District 6 Youth Showmanship Contest, 6:00 p.m. District 4 Youth Showmanship Contest, 7:00 p.m. National Junior Holstein Convention, Richmond, VA District 3 Youth Showmanship Contest, 6:00 p.m. District 8 Youth Showmanship Contest, 8:00 a.m.

July 11 Junior Judging & Classification Contest, registration at 8:30 a.m., contest starts at 9:00 a.m. 11 State Showmanship Contest 11-12 WI Championship Show, Manitowoc August 4-6 WI Junior State Fair Breed Shows & Showmanship 13 WHA Futurity 27 WHA State Holstein Picnic, Scientific Holsteins, The Nunes Family, Chippewa Falls, WI For more information on upcoming events - visit the website or WHA Facebook fan page!

$$$ June Holsti-Bucks $$$ Know your 2011 Board of Directors Due July 1, 2011 Don’t forget to include your name and full address! Identify the WHA Board of Director that corresponds to each number, including their full name and the city or town they reside in. 1. Gen-Ter-Raetion Holsteins 2. Walk-Era Farms 3. Hoard’s Dairyman 4. Great Northern Land & Cattle Co. 5. Ma-Brown Holsteins 6. Kentdor Holsteins 7. Our Favorite Holsteins 8. Rock-N-Hill II 9. UW-Extension 10. Sunnyside Farms 11. Ryan-Vu Holsteins 12. retired Holstein USA classifier Submit to WHA, 902 8th Ave, Baraboo, WI 53913 or e-mail sdm@wisholsteins.com by July 1 with answers. wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June, 2011-41


Holstein Association USA Announces 2011 Herds of Excellence Brattleboro, VT: Holstein Association USA is proud to announce nine U.S Registered Holstein herds that have qualified for the 2011 Herd of Excellence recognition. These herds have all achieved the rigorous criteria to qualify for this honor, as follows: must be 25 percent above breed average Mature Equivalent (ME) for milk, fat, and protein; must have classified within the last year and have an actual average classification score of 83 points or higher; must have at least 70 percent of the herd homebred; and must be enrolled in the Association’s TriStarSM program. Joseph Brantmeier - Hilrose Holsteins, Sherwood, Wis. 84.7% Homebred, Average Classification Score: 85.0 ME Averages: 34,508M 1,298F 998P Hilrose Holsteins is a family operation with Joe Brantmeier and sons Andy and Jeff sharing the work and decision-making responsibilities. Milking 110 cows in their tiestall barn, they have received PBR recognition for 21 years, and Joe and his wife, Chris, were proud to receive the Distinguished Breeder Award at the 2011 Wisconsin Holstein Convention. This is the fourth time they have been named a Herd of Excellence. The herd is enrolled in Holstein COMPLETE, and uses EASYSM and Tag ID with custom tags for registration. Their goal is to develop cows with long, productive lives, with an emphasis on overall type, udder composite, and components. Some genomic young sires are being used, but they are selective, using bulls from good cow families with high type, such as Comestar Lauthority, Fustead Goldwyn Guthrie-ET, Mr Chassity Gold Chip-ET and Regancrest S Braxton-ET. Their emphasis on longevity has paid off, as the Brantmeiers haves bred over 30 cows that have produced over 200,000 pounds of milk, six that have made over 300,000 pounds and two with over 400,000 pounds of milk (scored VG-87 and EX-92). Joe credits his father as being a good dairyman, advising him to use the best bulls he could and to emphasize udder and feet and leg composites. That advice has paid off, and Joe is excited that the future of Hilrose is in good hands with the next generation. Along with Andy and Jeff, Joe and Chris have a daughter, Sara. Thomas J. Kestell - Ever-Green-View Farms, Waldo, Wis. 78.8% Homebred, Average Classification Score: 83.4 ME Averages: 32,557M 1,233F 973P Tom Kestell milks close to 100 Holsteins on his farm, three times per day, with the milking cows housed in a tiestall barn. The EverGreen-View herd is enrolled in Holstein COMPLETE, are 11-year recipients of PBR distinction and a 19-year Progressive Genetics Herd. Tom and wife Gin’s son, Chris, is involved in the operation on a day-today basis, along with their other hired help, who Tom is quick to credit as a key part of the farm’s successes. Kestell’s goal is to breed cows that produce high volumes of milk with good component levels and sustainable type. Bulls being used in the herd currently include proven sires Charlesdale Superstition-ET, Ensenada Taboo Planet-ET and younger bulls like Ladys-Manor PL Shamrock-ET and Ronelee Toystory Domain-ET. The cow that has had the largest impact in the Kestell herd is an Emprise Bell Elton daughter, Ever-Green-View Elsie-ET EX-92 GMD DOM, with a record of over 52,000 pounds of milk. Tom has been working with this cow family for over 28 years, with several high profile animals tracing back to it, including the current national milk production record holder Ever-Green-View My 1326-ET (Elsie’s granddaughter) and the number one TPI international bull from the April 2011 run, Flevo Genetics Snowman-ET (Elsie’s great-grandson). “Everything is kept very consistent - the feed, the work schedule,” said Tom. “We stay focused on our goals and try to breed good cattle consistently.” Kestell merchandises hundreds of embryos annually, along with live cattle. Steve & Amanda Killian - Dirt-Road Holsteins, Blair, Wis. 84.6% Homebred, Average Classification Score: 84.3 ME Averages: 32,440M 1,210F 1,032P Steve and Amanda Killian have worked hard over the past decade to make continual improvements to their dairy operation and the genetics they work with, starting on their own 11 years ago. Their 80 cows, 40 of them Registered Holsteins, are housed in a tiestall barn 42–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June 2011

and fed a TMR. During the growing season, the cows spend at least eight hours per day on pasture. The vast majority of the Killian’s Holstein herd can be traced to Castleholm T Carlo-ET EX-91 3E GMD DOM. Sired by Olmo Prelude Tugolo and backed by several generations of Very Good and Excellent cows, she has made 192,000 pounds of lifetime milk and is still on the farm today. Flushing Carlo to Braedale Goldwyn resulted in Dirt-Road Goldwyn Cami-ET, a cow that has “put them on the map.” Cami is scored VG-86 and made a two-year-old record over 32,000 pounds of milk, with a GTPI of +1977. She has 26 registered offspring, sired by a variety of bulls including England-Ammon Million-ET, Long-Langs Oman Oman-ET, Badger-Bluff Fanny Freddie-ET and Ri-Val-Re 2338 Niagra-ET. The Killian’s breeding program focuses on type and components, rarely using a bull that is minus for fat or protein. They are using a variety of high genomic young bulls as service sires, striving to keep current with what the market demands, as many of their breedings are for embryo or bull contracts. The couple has five children: Samuel, 10, Christian, 8, Olivia, 4, Bo, 2, and Jack, who is five months old. This is the third time DirtRoad Holsteins has been named a Herd of Excellence. Bruce & Brenda Long - B-Long Holsteins, New London, Wis. 98.2% Homebred, Average Classification Score: 83.8 ME Averages: 34,358M 1,201F 998P Bruce and Brenda Long started B-Long Holsteins in 1990, after working on Brenda’s parents’ farm following graduation from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. They now milk 55 Registered Holsteins in a tiestall barn twice a day. The Longs have three sons, Bryant, 21, and twins Brandon and Bret, 20. They received have received the Herd of Excellence award four years running, were Holstein Association USA’s Distinguished Young Holstein Breeders in 2007, and are a 15-year Progressive Genetics Herd. Over 80 percent of their current herd can be traced back to two calves Bruce purchased when he was 14 years old. Another 10 percent descend from animals from Brenda’s home farm. When choosing bulls to use on the farm, Bruce and Brenda’s goal is to breed for large, powerful cows with big frames, plenty of strength and width, and good components. The Longs place an emphasis on cows that will live a long time, produce high volumes of milk, and transmit those qualities to their offspring. Over the years, they have developed 20 Gold Medal Dams and 10 Dams of Merit. Four cows they bred have produced over 300,000 pounds of milk, with the highest being B-Long Elton Gypsy VG-86 GMD, who produced 341,980 in seven lactations. Over 20 more cows have produced over 200,000 pounds of lifetime milk. Cow comfort is a high priority, and cows are given access to pasture yearround, which they feel helps the soundness and longevity of their herd. Merlin A. Rohm - See-More-View Holsteins, Seymour, Wis. 94.4% Homebred, Average Classification Score: 83.2 ME Averages: 33,052M 1,205F 993P Merlin and Peggy Rohm describe their home farm as a small operation, a partnership that allows them to pay attention to details that can make a big difference in the long run. The couple milks 70 cows twice a day in a tiestall barn. They have received PBR recognition for 12 years and have been named a PGH for six years. The Rohms’ herd is enrolled in Holstein COMPLETE. Rohm says they enjoy working with good pedigreed animals and the marketing opportunities Registered Holsteins provide them. They have several cows under contract right now, and strive to keep current with genetic trends while still using bulls they have confidence in. Some bulls being used in the herd currently include Jenny-Lou Mrshl Toystory-ET, Schillview Oman Gerard-ET, Ladys-Manor PL Shamrock-ET and Dream-Prairie Shadow Boxer. A special cow for the Rohms has been See-More-View Design Polly, an EX-91 2E daughter of Raggi Marshall Design-ET. Merlin says that she has had a contract every year she’s calved in, and her first daughter is a VG-87 O-Man daughter with a +2080 CTPI. Merlin and Peggy have two daughters, Kate (married to Dane), who works in the marketing division of Sargento Cheese, and Kimberly, who is currently in college studying graphic design. Merlin’s father is also still active on the farm, helping with the fieldwork for their 300 acres.


Save the Date!

WISCONSIN HOLSTEIN STATE PICNIC

Saturday, August 27, 2011 • Scientific Holsteins, Chippewa Falls, WI

Diamond EX-92

Lily *RC EX-90

Darling *RC *TV VG-86

Darla *TR *CV VG-88 EX-MS

Dior *RC *CV VG-89 EX-MS

Blessing *TR *TV VG-87

Advent

SS Deuce

Shottle x Debutante

Shottle x Debutante

Goldwyn x Debutante

Shottle x Debutante

We invite you to join us on August 27 for the WHA State Picnic as we showcase these young cows and their herdmates, many of whom trace back to Roxy through Debutante and her dam, Jubilant Rae. Watch for more details in the July/August issue of the News.

Scientific DEBUTANTE RAE-ET EX-92 DOM *RC CV All-American 4 Year Old 2005 Maternal line: Jubilant Rae EX-90 x Tony Rae EX-96 x TT Roxette EX-94 x Roxy EX-97 x Model Vee EX

Scientific Holsteins Matt & Mandy Nunes and family 11838 120th Avenue, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 54729 • (715) 288-5838 email: mmnunes@centurytel.net • www.holsteinworld.com/Scientific

Clean off your clubs... practice your swing... it’s time to golf!

WISCONSIN HOLSTEIN GOLF OUTING TM

hosted by the Young Adult Committee Saturday, August 27 • 8:00 a.m. Ojibwa Golf Course, Chippewa Falls, WI

• 4-person Best Ball Tournament • All ages & skill levels welcome! • Cost is $40/golfer & includes 9 holes, half of a cart & 2 drink tickets • Teams will be selected at random to maximize fun & interaction Call Laura at 608-723-4933 or email lauraw@wisholsteins.com to sign up. We are also looking for sponsors for the tournament. If you are interested in sponsoring a hole for $50 or would like to become a major sponsor of this event, contact Laura at 608-723-4933 or lauraw@wisholsteins.com. wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/June, 2011-43


A

ACKY WPoint of View Editor’s Comments

Warm weather is finally here! I can’t say how nice it is to finally have the windows open... and leave them open. Let’s hope the extreme heat & humidity doesn’t start too soon so we can enjoy this nice weather. As you can see, our calendar of events is full of events for the next couple of months - if you have an event you’d like added to the calendar in the News or on our website, pleae give us a call or email with the event details. If you’ve picked up this issue at the National Convention, we hope you’ll enjoy reading about WI Holstein breeders and our events. If you’d like to continue to read our monthly magazine, call our office at 1-800223-4269 or visit the website at www.wisholsteins.com. Thank you to the District 10 and Red & White breeders that advertised this month to make it a great issue to send to the National Convention. Don’t miss your chance to advertise with your featured District - visit the website to see the schedule of upcoming features or feel free to give me a call anytime. Another feature to check out on our website is the links to full issues of each of the issues from 2011. Visit the “Publications” tab on the home page and “Online Issues” to click on the cover of an issue you’d like to view. I hope to get more past issues uploaded as time allows, but will continue to publish the current magazine after it is put in the mail. The goal is to have a quick reference for those wanting to find something in the magazine and give our advertisers some extra online coverage. Next month will be our cow family issue, featuring the Scientific Debutante Rae family. If you have a family member you’d like to advertise, give me a call by June 10 to reserve your ad space. It’s also never to early to reserve a spot in our annual breeder calendar call early to sign up for the month you want! Until next time...

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CALENDAR

OF

EVENTS

June 2011 Classifying in Langlade, Marathon, Menominee, Oconto, Outagamie, Shawano, Waupaca, Waushara & Winnebago counties 11 KishHolm Summer Sensation, hosted by Ken & Ashley Kishman, Lone Rock, 11:30 a.m. 15 District 7 Holstein Show, Luxemburg, 10:00 a.m.; Showmanship Contest at 9:00 a.m. 15 District 1 Showmanship Contest, 7:00 p.m. 16 District 1 Holstein Show, Ellsworth, 9:00 a.m. 16 District 5 Holstein Show, Mauston, 10:00 a.m.; Showmanship Contest at 8:00 a.m. 16 District 10 Showmanship Contest, 6:00 p.m. 17 District 10 Holstein Show, Manitowoc, 9:00 am. 20 District 2 Holstein Show, Galesville, 9:30 a.m.; Showmanship Contest at 9:00 a.m. 20 DeNance Farm Milking Herd Dispersal, Dean & Nancy Kruger, Colby, managed by Christensen Sales, 11:30 a.m. 20 District 6 Showmanship Contest, 6:00 p.m. 21 District 6 Holstein Show, Janesville, 9:00 a.m. 22 La Crosse County Twilight Meeting, hosted by Vickland Farms & Vickland Ag Bagging, Ryan & Jessica Vick & Family, West Salem, 7:00 p.m. 22-25 National Holstein Convention, Richmond, Virginia 22 District 4 Showmanship Contest, 7:00 p.m. 23 District 4 Holstein Show, Athens, 9:00 a.m. 24 Shawano County Holstein Twilight Meeting, hosted by Go-Make Holsteins, Ken & Andrea Moeller Family, Seymour, 7:30 p.m. 25 Barron County Twilight Meeting, hosted by Frisle-Vue Holsteins, Dean & Leslie Frisle Family, Prairie Farm, 7:00 p.m. 26 Dodge County Dairy Brunch & Holstein Assoc. Daylight Meeting, hosted by Milgene Holsteins, Hustisford; breakfast served 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Daylight Meeting program at 12:30 p.m. 26 Calumet County "Sundae" on the Farm, hosted by Stoney Acres Reg. Holsteins, Greg & Marilyn Bohman, Brillion, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. 28 District 3 Showmanship Contest, 6:00 p.m. 29 District 3 Holstein Show, Richland Center, 9:00 a.m. 29 District 8 Holstein Show, Jefferson, 10:00 a.m.; Showmanship Contest at 8:00 a.m. July 2011 Classifying in Adams, Crawford, Juneau, LaCrosse, Monroe, Portage, Richland, Sauk, Vernon, & Wood counties 11-12 WI Championship Show, Fond du Lac, heifer show on Monday at 2:00 p.m., cows start at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday 21 WHA Town Hall Meeting on Genomics, Rib River Ballroom, Marathon, 1:00 p.m. 21 Central Wisconsin Summer Event, hosted by Twin-B Dairy, Marathon, sponsored by WI District 4 Holstein Breeders August 2011 Classifying in Barron, Buffalo, Dunn, Eau Claire, Jackson, Pepin, Pierce, Polk, St. Croix & Trempealeau counties 4-5 Wisconsin Junior State Fair Dairy Show 13 25th Anniversary WHA Futurity Show, West Allis, 5:00 p.m. 14 Wisconsin State Fair Open Dairy Show 27 WHA Golf Tournament, hosted by the Young Adult Committee, 8:00 a.m., Chippewa Falls area 27 WHA State Picnic, hosted by Scientific Holsteins, Matt & Mandy Nunes family, Chippewa Falls Other Upcoming Events Dec. 28-30, 2011 Junior Convention, Eau Claire, hosted by Clark County Feb. 24-25, 2012 Adult Convention, hosted by Waupaca-Waushara Counties July 16-17, 2012 WI Championship Show - Marshfield


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E-mail: cybilfisher@hotmail.com Associate Photographer: Lea McCullough Phone: 608.214.1845 E-mail: leamccullough@gmail.com

Associate Photographer Prairie du Sac, WI Tel. (608) 643-4553

MERLE HOWARD AGENCY

Pat Gauthier W4987 Highway B Fond du Lac, WI 54935 Ph: (920) 477-5062 Fax: (920) 477-5061 • Embroidery • e-mail: initialdesign@hughes.net Specializing in Awards www.initial-design.com

Paula Bovre, Agent W4226 Hwy. 23E, Fond du Lac, WI 54937 Phone: 920-923-6991 Fax: 920-921-5678

e-mail: grnorth@dishmail.net

Call Laura today to advertise your business or service on our classified advertising page - 608-723-4933

- Send Her to Sunshine -

3 Enhance the value of your elite donor cows and heifers with ET & IVF. 3 Three veterinarians & a professional staff manage 200 embryo donors. 3 Donor cow comfort and individual attention are our specialty. 3 Donors are seen by many buyers of elite genetics. 3 A full service AETA Certified Embryo Technologies company

Give us a call to discuss your ET & IVF needs!

W7782 Hwy. 12, Whitewater, WI 53190 • Phone: 262-473-8905 • Fax: 262-473-3660 E-mail: sunshine@idcnet.com www.sunshinegenetics.com

Reproductive Ultrasound and Fetal Sexing Sandy Curran, DVM 608/469-6100 ultrascn@charter.net

www.ruralins.com A Farm Bureau ® Service Rural Mutural Insurance Company Statewide Services, Inc. 343 N. Peters Ave., Fond du Lac, WI 54935 Office: 920-322-1194 Fax: 920-921-5834 Cell: 920-410-4533 bgreenman@ruralins.com

Brian Greenman Agent Commercial, Farm & Personal Insurance

Providing Protection for Your Farm, Your Family and Your Future.

Kim Esser - Agent (877) GOTRICOR (877) 468-7426

Farm ▲ Auto ▲ Life ▲ Health ▲ Business

kesser@tricorinsurance.com

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Central Wisconsin Summer Event Thursday, July 21 • Marathon, WI

could be your Fall DESTINY!

INDEX TO ADVERTISERS Accelerated Genetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BC Alpha Genetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 AprilDay-FRD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Barron County/Frisle-Vue . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Cybil Fisher Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 DeNance Farm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Emerald Acres . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Forest Ridge Holsteins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Initial Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 International Protein Sires/Our Help . . . . IBC Jamsar Holsteins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Koepke Farms, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Kranzdale Sales Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Krull Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 La Crosse County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Marathon County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-32 Merle Howard Agency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

SCIENTIFIC SS DESTINY-ET EX-91 EEEEV • GTPI +1818

Milgene Holsteins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Misty Meadows Wood Products . . . . . . . 45 Morris Ltd., Tom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

4-4 2x 365 40,190 4.6 1860 3.3 1314

Oney, Connie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

DESTINY is one of Debutante’s finest daughters and an 8th

Pete’s Auction & Photo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

generation EX Roxy.

DESTINY’S Sanchez Fall Yrlg sells due in mid-August to Atwood and could be your Milking Yrlg for the colored shavings.

WE’RE

proud to support our fellow breeders and friends in Central Wisconsin with one of our very best heifers!

WE hope to see you at the beautiful Twin-B Dairy on July 21st!

Deronda Tom & Sandy Morris Farm

1393 60th Ave • Amery, WI 54001 • 715.268.2629 • fax -6239 • morris@amerytel.net

Holstein Association Representatives

Rickert Bros. LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Rural Mutual Ins./Brian Greenman . 33 & 45 Scenic-Edge/Lyn-Vale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Schug’s Udder Acres . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Second-Look Holsteins . . . . . . . . . . 17 & 35 Shawano County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Sugar Creek Dairy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Sunshine Genetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Synergy Dairy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Taurus Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 The Practice Veterinary Services . . . . . . . 45 Tricor Insurance/Kim Esser . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Ultrascan, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Sarah Trapp W16080 Merlin Road, Taylor, WI 54659 608-525-2901 cell: 608-628-1978 e-mail: strapp@holstein.com

UW-Madison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Chris Lyons W 5979 Lee Dr., Fort Atkinson, WI 53538 920-563-1082 cell 920-723-2406 e-mail: clyons@holstein.com Dennis Devore 1905 9th Ave SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404 cell: 319-270-5038 e-mail: ddevore@holstein.com

Willows Edge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .IFC

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Westphalia Farm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 WHA/Scientific Holsteins . . . . . . . . . . . . 43


6HO1068 Dev-Lin Matt Dari

DYNASTY

HFA 137075797 VG-88 100% RHA

aAa: 261435 DMS: 123, 126 PEDIGREE: Roy x EX-90 Outside x EX-90 Rudolph x EX-91 Celsius x EX-92 Blackstar x VG-87 x EX-90 x EX-90 x VG-88

April 2011 Sire Summary:

Design by Laura Wackershauser Wisconsin Holstein Publications

TPI +1722 Milk -232 +.09% +15F +.03% +1P 80%R Type +2.92 76%R UDC +2.31 Foot & Leg Comp. +1.85 DPR +0.6 PL +0.8 SCS 3.07 Calving Ease = 9%

Daughter of DYNASTY: Enges Meadowood Dynasty 1281, Enges Meadowood Dairy, Wisconsin

Daughter of DYNASTY: Lanefair Dynasty 473, Thomas Smith, Wisconsin

“Breeding Cows, Not Numbers” Please visit our website to view more photos - www.ipssires.com

We can deliver anywhere in the world! A Division of Our Help Inc.

PO Box 157, Rock Springs, WI 53961 Tel • 1-800-542-7593 Tel • 608-524-8086 Fax • 608-524-6935 E-mail: sires@ourhelp.net www.ipssires.com



June 2011 Wisconsin Holstein News