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WHA Barn Meeting Information Breeder Profile: Mission Bell Holsteins Junior Convention Results 2010 Outstanding Girl & Boy stories WHA Treasure Quest calf entries WI’s 2010 All-American & Junior All-American nominees
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From the President: Jim Rickert Wisconsin Holstein Briefs WHY Pages Breeder Business Cards Calendar of Events Editor’s Comments Classified Advertising Index to Advertisers
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This month’s cover features the 2010 Outstanding Girl & Boy, Danae Bauer of Scandinavia & Jacob Brey of Sturgeon Bay. Congratulations to all of the winners at the 2011 Junior Convention. Complete results can be found starting on page 10.
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memorial fund that will be established at a later date. The Newcomer Funeral Home, Monroe, assisted the family. To sign the online guestbook or send a condolence go to www.newcomerfuneralhome.net.
Joan Mueller % Congratulations to Ben and Kristin Pollack, Van Dyne, on the birth of their twins Kenley Roxanne and Kaden John born December 10, 2010. They join big sister Breya.
& Congratulations to Kylene & Mark Anderson, Whitewater, on the birth of their son Kiefer Alan on January 24, 2011. He joins big sister Isabelle. / Our condolences to the families of Randy Eberle, Leland Gunst, Joan Mueller & Charles Mikulice, 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. Please submit your information to the Wisconsin Holstein News by mail at PO Box 49, Lancaster, WI 53813; or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Obituaries Leland Gunst Leland W. Gunst, age 77, of the Town of Herman, passed away suddenly on Saturday, January 22, 2011 at Aurora Medical Center in Hartford. Leland was born February 12, 1933 in the Town of Herman to Walter and Adeline (nee Zirbel) Gunst. He was united in marriage to Elaine Koepsell on August 26, 1962 at Zum Kripplein Christi Lutheran Church. Leland farmed his whole life and loved working the farm. He was a member of the N.F.O., a 4-H Dairy Leader, a 50-year member of the Holstein Association and held various leadership positions with the Dodge County Holstein Breeders. Many people knew Leland from his selling of seed corn for 15 years. He was a lifetime member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Huilsburg and was very active in his church serving as church elder, church president and school board director. Besides working, Leland enjoyed watching the Milwaukee Brewers, but beyond all these things his joy in life was his family. He is survived by his wife Elaine (nee Koepsell); his children Noreen (Larry) Dogs of Theresa, Curtis (Carrie) Gunst of Hartford, Willis (Carla) Gunst of Poy Sippi; and Dennis (Nichole) Gunst of Theresa; nine grandchildren, Daniel (Alyssa), Sarah (Joshua), Michael (Katherine), Katherine Dogs, Cody Gunst, Matthew and Elizabeth Gunst, Cathryn and Christopher Gunst; a great grandson William Dogs; his sisters, Dorothy (James) Dorst of Mayville and LaVerne (Kenneth) Schulz of Iron Ridge; his sisters-in-law Arlene Ohland of Hartford, Lorraine Hahn of Hartford, Marian (Ronald) Brandt of Cedarburg, Edna (Robert) Schultz of West Bend and Marlis Glamann of Florida. He is further survived by nieces, nephews other relatives and friends. Leland was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers-in-law Marvin Ohland and Earl Hahn. Memorials to Trinity Lutheran Church or the charity of one’s choice are appreciated.
Randy Eberle Randy J. Eberle, age 44, of Monroe, died Thursday, January 27, 2011. Randy was born February 27, 1966 in Monroe, the son of Verlen J. and Lois (Kant) Eberle. Randy graduated from Monroe High School in 1984 and U.W. Agriculture short course in 1985. He farmed all his life in Clarno Township. He married Stacy Schultz on September 12, 1992 in Monroe. Randy was a member of the Clarno Zion United Methodist Church, Clarno 4-H, and Monroe FFA/FFA Alumni. He is survived by his wife, Stacy Eberle of Monroe; four daughters, Amanda Eberle of West Bend, WI, Maria Eberle, Josie Eberle, and Carli Eberle, all of Monroe; his mother, Lois Eberle of Monroe; a sister, Barbara Marean of New Glarus; five brothers, Jene (Susan) of Monroe, Andy (JoAnn) of Juda, Terry (Cathy) of Durand, IL, Tim (Sue) of Madison, and John (Wendy) Eberle of Monroe; 10 nieces and 7 nephews. He was preceded in death by his father in 1995; and maternal and paternal grandparents. Randy’s family wishes that in lieu of flowers donations be made to a
Joan Mueller, 55, of Cuba City, WI, died Tuesday, February 8, 2011, at UW-Hospital in Madison. She was born on August 22, 1955, the daughter of Gerald and Marjorie (Splinter) Vosberg in Hazel Green, Wisconsin. She married James J. Mueller on October 16, 1976 at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Sinsinawa, Wisconsin. Joan lived for her cows. She touched the lives of many young people both through her activities in and out of the show ring. Joan was known as “Mom” and “Aunt Joan” to many young people who were not blood relatives. She was an “animal person”. Joan enjoyed playing euchre, and was known as “Sparkle Lady” because she loved everything that glittered. Survivors include her husband, Jim; a daughter, Tami, of Fitchburg; a son, Brian, of Cuba City; and four brothers, Carl (Vicki) Vosberg, of Georgia, Louie (Ruthie) Vosberg, of Cuba City, Richard (Virginia) Vosberg, of Shullsburg, and Bill Vosberg, of Lancaster. Joan was preceded in death by her parents and a nephew, Luke Vosberg. Online condolences may be left for the family at www.caseyfuneral home.net
Charles John Mikulice Charles John “Charlie” Mikulice, age 78, of Manitowoc, WI, died October 11, 2010. Charlie was a 50 year member of the Wisconsin Holstein Association. He started his life-long love for Holsteins in Waukesha County at Gramling Homestead Farm. Through the years, he managed several farms such as Ravenglen in Antioch, IL, and Noble Heritage Farm in Mt Vernon, OH, where he had his 1st All-American nomination in 1969. He owned and operated Noblecrest Farms is Casco, WI, where he bred and showed his 1st All-American in 1987, the yearling bull Noblecrest Warden Joshua. He was a member of the Bethany Evangelical Lutheran Church and leaves behind his wife, Carole, five children, Tom Mikulice, Ron Mikulice, Mike (Linda) Mikulice, Dan Mikulice and Chrissy Mikulice as well as several grandchildren and great grand-children, brother Richard (Alice) Mikulice and sister Joan (Jim) Everett. Charlie will be greatly missed doing his favorite pastime, watching the cows parade around the showring.
From your President Jim Rickert Congratulations to Bruce Long who was the winner in the February trivia contest. The question was: Which A.I. Company is the regular advertiser on the back cover of each Wisconsin Holstein News? The correct answer is Accelerated Genetics. By the time you read this, the 120th Wisconsin Holstein Annual Meeting will be history. Lynn Harbaugh, Bob Traynor and I have completed six years on the state board. New directors have been elected. Thank you to everyone who put his/her name on the nomination ballot. Your WHA board is dedicated to serving you and is always willing to hear your input and concerns. Thank you for all of your time and effort in serving the Wisconsin Holstein Association. WHA committee members and volunteers are a vital link to get the work of your association planned and implemented. Thanks to all of you for your work this past year. Our association could not accomplish what it does without our dedicated staff, Chris, Ashley, Laura and Sharon. Thank you for another year of service and a job well done. Each month this past year, I featured a Holstein trivia contest in my President’s Column. Thank you to everyone who submitted entries and for your favorable comments. Each Wisconsin Holstein Junior member who submitted a correct reply also received 10,000 Holstibucks for their county. Congratulations to the Polk County Juniors, they submitted nearly 100 correct answers, during the past year. This past year has been a distinct honor and privilege to serve you as your state president. Thank you for your continued involvement and support of the Wisconsin Holstein Association. Jim Rickert wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/March, 2011-5
2011 WHA Barn Meetings The Wisconsin Holstein Association invites all members and area dairy farmers to the 2011 Barn Meetings. Featured speakers at this year’s barn meetings will be Dr. Matt Dorshorst & Dr. Chris Booth on reproductive tools for your herd. Four locations have agreed to be host farms for these barn meetings. The schedule for the barn meetings are: Thursday, March 24 Paradise-D Holsteins - Lancaster, WI (Grant County) 4613 County A, Lancaster, WI 53813 Directions: Take Hwy 18 west to Fennimore, turn left on US-61 S/Lincoln Ave. Go 9.1 miles to WI-129 S and take a left. Go one mile to County Road A and turn left on County A. Farm is at 4613 County Rd A (right side of road). Monday, March 28 Forest Ridge Holsteins - Eden, WI (Fond du Lac County) W2133 Randellen Lane, Eden, WI 53019 Directions: From Fond du Lac, follow Hwy. 23 East about 10 minutes to Hwy. W. Turn south on Hwy. W and proceed straight through two stop signs. After the second stop sign, the farm will be on your right. Wednesday, March 30 Harmony-Ho Dairy - Stratford, WI (Marathon County) C1956 Riviera Drive, Stratford, WI 54484 Directions: From south (Marshfield), north on Hwy. 97 (9 miles), east on Cty. Hwy. C (1 mile), north on River Road (1.5 miles), farm on west side of road. Directions from the north (from Hwy. 29), south on Hwy. 97 (10 miles), east on Cty. Hwy. C (1 mile), north on River Road (1.5 miles), farm on west side of road. Friday, April 1 Welsh-Edge Holsteins - Viroqua, WI (Vernon County) E5633A Sag City Rd., Viroqua, WI 54665 Directions: From Viroqua go south on US-14/US-61/WI-27 and turn right onto WI-27/WI-82. Follow WI-27 for 7 miles. Turn right onto Sag City Road and go 2 miles to farm on left side of road. All barn meetings are open to any interested Holstein breeder. Any other breeders wanting to host similar barn meetings should call the Wisconsin Holstein Assocation at 1-800-223-4269 and we’ll work with you to set one up for your local breeders. For more information on the barn meetings please call the Wisconsin Holstein Association or the host farm.
Paradise-D Holsteins Dan & Nancy Pagenkopf Family, Lancaster The Dan and Nancy Pagenkopf family of Lancaster, has been involved in the Registered Holstein industry for over 25 years. They currently milk 130 Registered Holsteins, and their cows are housed in a 58-cow tie stall barn and a 97-cow free stall facility. The Pagenkopf ’s rolling herd average is 26,500 lbs milk on twice a day milking. They operate a combined 500-acres that are owned and rented, and raise 125 heifers and 60 bulls annually. The milking herd is fed a TMR. Paradise-D is truly a family operation. Dan and Nancy’s oldest son Craig is the full-time herdsman and maintains proper feed balancing and nutrition for the entire herd, as well as providing cattle comfort and care. Craig also helps with general field work and farm maintenance. His wife, Ela, works part-time on the dairy and manages DHI records and herd profiles. The Pagenkopf ’s second oldest son, Scott, is involved in advertising and marketing, and manages the new farm website he has designed. Scott supplies updates for the promotion of dairy animals while attending UWLaCrosse to study accounting finance. Also involved on the farm is the youngest, daughter Andrea, who is the calf manager and is involved in birthing, vaccinations, and registering animals on EASY ID. She also assists in the health care of the herd, and is attending UW-Platteville studying pre-veterinary medicine. The Pagenkopfs have two additional part-time employees, Justin Olson and Elisa Petershiem, who are mainly relief milkers. The Paradise-D herd is highlighted by Paradise-D Goldwyn Gilda, a full sister to Paradise-D Gilmore at Semex USA. Andrea had success in the show ring last year with Paradise-D Shotl Glystal, who was named 6–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/March, 2011
Reserve Junior All-American for 2010. There are several other family members of proven bulls in the Pagenkopf ’s barn, including siblings of Sparta, Suede, Swift, Mast, and Paradise. Dan and Nancy and family have been marketing Registered Holstein bulls and embryos both domestically and internationally since 1995. Their main goal is to continue to breed and develop strong cow families that interest both the local dairyman as well as the A.I. industry with profitable genetics including production, type and longevity. The Pagenkopf family is excited to host a barn meeting, and hopes that Holstein breeders will come out for a great fellowship opportunity.
Forest Ridge Holsteins, Kurt & Sarah Loehr, Eden Kurt and Sarah Loehr of Eden, are no strangers to the Registered Holstein business. Kurt has been involved with Registered Holsteins since 2003, and Sarah, a past WI Holstein Girl, has been involved since the age of nine. Kurt and Sarah met at World Dairy Expo in 2004 and were married in October 2010. Kurt’s parents, Randy and Ellen, also help on the farm - Randy works full time, while Ellen holds a job off the farm. Kurt and Sarah also have several part time employees along with Kurt’s brother, sister, and grandmother who help when needed. Kurt and Sarah are currently serving as Fond du Lac County Junior Holstein advisors and co-chairs for the 2011 WI Championship Show, being held in Fond du Lac. Kurt is also on the Fond du Lac County Holstein board. Forest Ridge Holsteins is home to 100 milking females and 140 heifers. Currently, 50% of all animals are registered with the remaining half sire ID. The current herd average is 25,500 pounds milk with 3.8%F and 3.1%P. Kurt and Sarah’s current (and first) BAA in October 2010 was 109.9%. The Loehrs run approximately 700 acres of hay and corn, and all crop work is done jointly with Kurt’s uncle who farms a half-mile away. Forest-Ridge is home to a full sister and maternal sister of Rosedale Lexington, VG-89 Res. AA Junior two-year-old in 2010. The Loehrs also have a full sister to Van-Goh Durham Treasure EX-95, Nominated AllAmerican; a Rubens daughter from Greenlea Rub Marlene-Red, EX-94 and Champion of the International Red and White Show at WDE; and several descendants of Stelbro Michelle Rubens 3E-93, Nominated Red and White All-American 2004, including her daughter Forest-Ridge Minnie, EX-93, who was Nominated Red and White All-American in 2009. Additional cows of interest include Krull Goldwyn Echo, VG-88 and daughter of Krull Elegant Rose, 2E-93 GMD DOM, and granddaughter of Elegance. Forest Ridge Drake Jemma, EX-90 EX-94 MS at 3-06, has seven generations of EX behind her going back to GBM Valiant Starbuck Janice, EX-94 3E. Wegnerlann Durham Geneva, VG-87, is from the Gabby family at Wegnerlann Holsteins, as well as Wegnerlann Miss Universe, fourth and Best Bred and Owned Winter Yearling at the 2010 WI Championship, who is due early March and goes back to Sarah’s very first purchased calf at age 11. The Loehrs open their doors to everyone to see their new and updated facilities. They moved into a brand new special needs barn in December, their tie-stall barn was remodeled in 2008, and their calf barn is just six years old. Kurt and Sarah try to emphasize that with excellent cow comfort, longevity and productivity will provide financial compensation.
Harmony-Ho Dairy, Ralph & Sharon Bredl, Stratford Harmony-Ho Dairy has been home to Ralph and Sharon Bredl since the purchase of the 60-cow dairy in 1989. They constructed their first free stall barn and milking parlor in 1994, and by 1999, a new parlor and free stall addition were built to accommodate the herd’s current size of 415 milking animals. Harmony-Ho has become a very diverse operation, and in 2000, the Bredls formed a joint herd sire marketing enterprise with Badger Holsteins of Unity, Wis. They sell 80 breeding age bulls annually. In 2004, their daughter Martine joined the farm after graduating from UW-River Falls. In 2007, Harmony Specialty Dairy Foods was established with the purchase of a local cheese plant, and the Bredls began producing cheese from the Harmony-Ho milk supply. Harmony Specialty Dairy Foods now produces several varieties of cheese, all of which will be available for sampling during their barn meeting.
The Bredl family will be showcasing Genex Genesis cows. Genesis refers to a nucleus of herds utilizing breeding strategies and genetic or reproductive technologies to produce elite, highly profitable males and females resulting from embryo purchases, designated by the CRI suffix, combined with Genex owned females identified with the co-op prefix. In 1999, Harmony-Ho began housing the elite females to provide an unbiased environment. The Bredl’s 415 milk cows have a rolling herd average at 29,369M with 3.89 1144F and 3.05 894P. Their herd pregnancy rate is 22%, with a voluntary waiting period of 75 days. The Bredls breeding program focuses on TPI, in addition to udder and feet and leg composite. Ralph and Sharon own and operate over 450 tillable acres, and purchase any additional feed needed. Harmony-Ho is excited to host a 2011 barn meeting, and their featured speaker will be Matthew Dorshorst, DVM.
Welsh-Edge HolsteinsRalph & Sheila Petersheim Family, Viroqua The Petersheim family at Welsh-Edge Holsteins has been a family run operation since Ralph and Sheila married in 1985. Their family includes six children and a son-in-law, Heather and Mike Metzler, Derek, Daniel, Heidi, David, and Hope. All children are involved part-time in the operation. The Petersheims moved to their current location in southwest Wisconsin in 1995. Before purchasing their Vernon County farm, they rented Ralph’s home farm in Pennsylvania, which was nestled along the Welsh Mountain (where the farm’s prefix was born). They sold their herd before moving to Wisconsin, and purchased the grade herd that was on the farm. Ralph and Sheila did, however, bring a load of heifers and calves as well as Welsh-Edge Leadman Ginger. Welsh-Edge has become a 100% Registered herd once again since their relocation. Welsh-Edge is home to 90 milking females in a remodeled 70-cow sand bedded tie stall barn. The herd’s rolling herd average is right at 21,000 pounds milk, with 3.7%F and 3.0%P. The BAA is 108%, with 16 Excellent, 32 Very Good and 29 Good Plus cows. The Petersheims pasture the milking herd extensively during the growing season. Their desire is to remain profitable but not necessarily to break records. Ralph and Sheila accomplish remain profitable by grazing and feeding high forage diets, which translates into healthy, low maintenance, cows with great longevity.
Approximately 70% of the cows that leave Welsh-Edge are sold for dairy purposes, which greatly enhance the farm’s bottom line. Ralph and Sheila have invested in several cow families over the years, including DRA-August, Bic Betty, Blackrose, and Rudolph Amy. While they enjoy working with these families and their offspring, their favorites remain in their Ginger family. This family continues to easily transmit true dairy strength and high scoring cows. The Petersheims are milking daughters of Durham Gingerheart, EX-92 3E, by Astronomical (EX-91), Roy (EX-92, EX-90, VG-86, and GP-80 at 2 years, with none lower), Stormin Norman (VG-86, VG-85, VG-85) Stormatic (VG-85), and an exciting Plaid that needs to see a classifier. They have consigned four calves to sales out of Durham Ginger by four different sires, and three of them are EX for their new owners. The fourth is VG-88 at two years of age. This family was also responsible for Petersheim’s Premier Breeder & Exhibitor banners at the District 2 Holstein Show last year. The Petersheim family is greatly looking forward to hosting the Spring Barn Meeting and the time they can spend meeting other Holstein breeders.
Barn Meeting Featured Speakers Dr. Chris Booth is a food animal veterinarian and partner at Dairy Doctors Veterinary Services located in Plymouth. He provides medical, surgical, and production medicine services to clients ranging from 50-3000 cows, while helping them maximize animal health, production and profitability. Dr. Booth frequently provides training sessions for clients in the areas of transition cow care, milk quality, and reproduction management. His discussion at the barn meetings will involve utilizing available reproductive tools to meet your herd’s reproductive goals. Dr. Matthew Dorshorst is a 2005 graduate of the University of Wisconsin at Madison Veterinary School. Matthew and his father Charles Dorshorst operate a veterinary clinic in central Wisconsin as well as the farm. Matthew specializes in embryo transfer and reproductive ultrasound as well as other advanced reproductive procedures, including in-vitro fertilization. His topics for the barn meetings will include a brief summary of current reproduction protocols and the use of ultrasound in herd health reproduction programs. He will also discuss an overview of embryo transfer and other advanced reproductive techniques.
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Mission Bell Holsteins Tom and Jerry Jens Families, Sheboygan Falls By Ashley Yager a bell that has been in Pauline’s family since the Civil War. The mission church is just up the road from the farm, and the bell traveled with Pauline’s 5 Generations of the Mission-Bell Milu Dixie family family from Kentucky. Both are truly unique reminders of how the Jens family has gotten to where they are today. The current herd consists of 100 cows on test, with an rBGH-free rolling herd average at 2x of 24,695M 3.9 963F and 3.02 746P. There are 12 Excellent, 42 Very Good and 21 Good Plus cows in the herd. The Jens’ have here is never a shortage of hard-working, passionate farm families in the also had one cow over 300,000 pounds lifetime milk, 30 over 200,000, 60 state of Wisconsin, and the Jens family of Sheboygan Falls is no over 150,000 and 180 cows over 100,000 pounds of lifetime milk. These exception. Tom and Jerry and their families have built the founding blocks of phenomenal numbers are no surprise in a herd that strives to breed cows Mission-Bell Holsteins on a rock solid cow family that breeds true to form with longevity that produce several daughters, and a herd that has bred 15 Gold Medal Dams and 60 Excellent cows to date. The Jens family and has them positioned to take their herd into the future of the industry. The Jens family began their history in farming in Waukesha County has developed 18 total GMDs, and has been a Progressive Breeder Registry following World War II. Tom and Jerry’s parents, Bill and Pauline, milked an recognized herd for 13 years. With such fantastic longevity in their herd, it’s no surprise that the Jens 18-cow Guernsey herd before purchasing the current farm in Sheboygan County in 1962. After the move north, Bill and Pauline started purchasing sell 10-15 breeding bulls a year and send a few of those to A.I. With grade and Registered Holsteins and increased their cow numbers to 45. Their limited space, they also sell 20% of their females to neighbors or consign select individuals to sales. Calves start out seven children became active in 4-H and in a greenhouse, and move to pens that are Tom and Jerry eventually decided to attached to the milking barn until they continue purchasing Registered Holstein reach six months of age. From six months calves for projects. to breeding age, they are housed at one of In 1976, Tom and Jerry entered a the brothers’ farms before returning home partnership with their father and to be bred and join the milking herd. purchased the cow that has helped build The Jens brothers attribute the majorMission-Bell. The boys and Bill ventured ity of their success to their foundation cow, to the Kleinhans’ herd dispersal and came Kleinhans Donna Star. Along with her home with Kleinhans Donna Star, a 169,000 pounds lifetime milk, Donna Star GP-83 cow with a wide muzzle and great gave Tom and Jerry six natural heifers, of legs, for $2100. Although she seemed like which three have been developed as GMDs an expensive purchase at the time, Donna in their own right. The most prominent of Star grew into a VG-86 GMD DOM, and her daughters was Mission-Bell Milo Dixie, had six outstanding daughters for the Jens. Marty, Jimmy, Erin, Nick, Kelly, Shaun and Jerry Jens EX-94 6E GMD DOM, with 306,489 Three of them became Gold Medal Dams, pounds of lifetime milk and a lifespan and nearly 60% of the herd traces back to of 20 years. Dixie is one of 31 cows in the Donna Star. breed to reach 6E status, and her Tom and Jerry bought the remainder daughters and offspring in the herd breed of the farm from Bill and Pauline in 1991. true to form. The Jens families currently run 500 acres The Milo Dixie line now includes seven of land, with 325 owned and the remaingenerations of Excellents. Second in line ing ground rented. They grow soybeans, was Mission-Bell Jetstar Dynasty, EX-92 3E corn, alfalfa, and wheat. Tom and Jerry GMD DOM with 239,662 pounds lifetime own property on both sides of the home milk. Mission-Bell Astrojet Deborah, farm, and utilize their facilities off-site for EX-91 2E was a daughter of Dynasty with heifers. There are no outside employees at a lifetime milk production total of 218,727 Mission-Bell and it is truly a family effort. pounds. Tom’s family includes his wife Beth, The fourth generation in line was who feeds the calves and helps wherever Mission-Bell Broker Dapple, EX-92 4E needed on the farm, and works off the Joe, Anne, Beth and Tom Jens GMD DOM. Dapple fell right in line with farm as a pre-school teacher. Their children Joe and Anne both work part-time on the farm, and Joe works for her predecessors, with a lifetime record of over 235,000 pounds milk. UPS in addition to his farm responsibilities. Anne is going to school for Dapple’s two daughters that have also done well in the Jens’ herd are MissionPhotography. Jerry and his wife Marty have five children – two attend Bell Elation Dicey, EX-91 2E, and Mission-Bell Hi Metro Dione, VG-87. Mission-Bell Allen Dynamite, VG-88, is a daughter of Elation Dicey UW-River Falls (Nick and Erin) and are a tremendous help when home on the farm, Kelly and Jimmy attend high school, and youngest Shaun is in fifth that has also been a standout in the Jens’ herd. Her last completed record at grade. All of the children help on weekends and when they are able during 3-05 2x 365d yielded 29,223M with 4.4 1289F and 3.5 1027P. The most prolific member of the family that continues to give Tom and the week. Marty also works at Gibbsville Implement, registers the calves and helps with the milking and chores when needed. Bill is still involved in some Jerry Excellent daughters is a daughter of Dapple – Mission-Bell Outside of the day-to-day operations of the farm as well. The Jens brothers have an Dasher, EX-93 2E DOM. Dasher’s most recent completed record at 5-02 2x outstanding partnership and make joint decisions on all facets of the business. 365d yielded 36,760M with 4.3 1580F and 2.9 1077P. She has four Excellent The Mission-Bell prefix was derived from the Jens’ current location and daughters in her own right, along with VG-88 daughter and locator list cow
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Mission-Bell Outside Dasher EX-93 2E DOM
Mission-Bell B Iron Direct EX-93 2E DOM
Mission-Bell Champ Diore-ET, and two additional young GP daughters. Dasher also has five Goldwyn daughters that are fantastic heifers, and a young Manager son at International Protein Sires, Mission-Bell Dollar BoyET. The Jens brothers have five daughters on the farm from Dollar Boy that all look exceptional. The standout daughter from Dasher has been Mission-Bell B Iron Direct, EX-93 2E DOM. Tom and Jerry have been able to successfully market offspring from this family in live sales, including a Goldwyn daughter at Krull Farms, two Bolton daughters, and two Baxter daughters. One of her Bolton daughters, Mission-Bell Bolton Dezi-ET, VG-86, is owned by Kellercrest Holsteins in Mount Horeb, and carries four A.I. contracts. One of Direct’s Baxter daughters calls Bosside Holsteins home in Colby. Direct’s lifetime production includes 133,895M with 4.1F and 3.1P. She has also sent Goldwyn sons to Genex, Accelerated Genetics, and Select Sires, and has a Baxter son at Select. The seventh generation of Mission-Bell breeding in this line is MissionBell James Damali, EX-90 EX-MS at three years of age. Damali has one Baltimore daughter in the herd, and her most recent completed record at 3-05 and 365d produced 34,305M with 4.3 1468F and 3.0 1043P. Tom and Jerry attribute their strong cow families to bulls such as
Mission-Bell Allen Dynamite VG-88
Hi Metro, Outside, Boss Iron, and Champion. Of these sires, the Jens’ have two Excellent and three Very Good Boss Irons, two Excellent and three Very Good Champions, and three Excellent and nine Very Good Hi Metro daughters. Their Baxter and Bolton daughters look good as well. The Jens’ heifer pens consist of daughters by Goldwyn, Sanchez, Sidney, Dollar Boy, Baxter, Redlou, Linden, Shaq, and Baltimore. Young cows include daughters by Damion, Advantage, Falcon, Pontiac, Colby, Mac and Spirte. Tom and Jerry tend to use aAa mating on their herd, with a focus on high type cattle that live a long time and make a lot of daughters. They typically only use genomic bulls that are high on sire lists and hail from outstanding cow families. The Jens family is content with the size of their herd, and has no immediate plans for expansion. They continue to purchase individuals every now and again, and market their genetics to support other sales and breeders. Integrity is especially important to Tom and Jerry – they market the best to promote their individuals and anticipate a high level of performance in other herds. The Jens’ brothers hope to continue building on their foundation blocks and breeding multiple generations of MissionBell Excellent individuals for years to come.
Purple Ribbon Classic Saturday, April 23 • Marshfield, WI • Selling 40 head from Popular Cow Families!
Consistent Cow Family!
Dam of Man-O-Man
REGANCREST BRYNNA-ET VG-87 VG-MS
FOUR-OF-A-KIND EMRY ENVY-ET EX-92 3E GMD DOM
WINNING-WAY MARCI-ET VG-89 EEEVV
4-01 2x 365d 38,380 4.2 1600 3.1 1184 A full sister to Eland, Envy has a VG-86 EX-MS Finley daughter. Selling from the Finley is a June 2010 SS Dusk – fancy! - Four-Of-A-Kind Partners, 715-454-6628
1-11 2x 365d 32,010 4.8 1544 3.6 1158 Yes, that Marci – the dam of Man-O-Man! Selling is her September, 2010 Baxter granddaughter out of a 2-year-old Terrason! - Kyli & Jeremy Brown, 715-652-6110
GTPI +1743 +3.44T +3.11UDC +2.16FLC 12/10 2-04 2x 365d 32,060 3.6 1166 3.2 1019 Brynna is a Shottle daughter of Regancrest-PR Barbie EX-92! She is a full sister to Braxton and has five sons in AI! Selling is Brynna’s June 2010 Super, +1920 GTPI +3.06T +3.04UDC! - Sandy Valley Farms, 715-445-3363
More Barbies! - 3/10 Sanchez x VG Potter x Barbie. Our-Favorite, 715-456-8718 - Jasper x EX Outside x VG-89 full sister to Barbie. Hank Boschma, 715-316-2086
Full catalog will be online at www.holsteinworld.com and www.dairyagendatoday.com
High Numbers! - 9/10 AltaRoss +1996 GTPI x GP-81 2Y Jose x VG-88 Elegant, 2 sons in A.I.! Bosside Holsteins, 715-223-0534 - 3/10 Champ +1833 GTPI x VG-87 Shottle x EX-92 sister to Mr Sam! Golden Oaks, 847-526-6644 Watch the April Wisconsin Holstein News for more Featured Consignments!
Sale sponsored and hosted by Wood Area Holstein Breeders For more information or to order a catalog, contact: Karen Vanderwerff - 715-613-0882 Dennis Bangart - 715-937-1492
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Junior Holstein Convention Results Wisconsin Holstein Youth “Get to the Point” in 2011
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The annual Junior Holstein Convention was hosted by the Wood Distinguished Junior Members. The Younger County Juniors in Stevens Point at the Holiday Inn and Convention Member delegates include Jessica Pralle of Center, January 8-10, 2011. Over 500 Holstein members, chaperones, and Clark County, Brooks Hendrickson of Green County, and Jordan Siemers and Crystal volunteers were in attendance to help make the weekend a huge success. Throughout convention, junior members participated in numerous Siemers-Peterman, both from Manitowoc County. The 2011 Wisconsin Holstein Princess and Attendant were also contests, including speaking, arts and crafts, photography, dairy jeopardy, and dairy quiz bowl. The largest competition of the weekend was dairy crowned at the Sunday evening banquet. This year, Breinne Hendrickson quiz bowl, in which 27 junior, 28 senior, and four rookie teams competed. of Green County will serve as the WHA Princess, and Carrie Warmka of Over 50 volunteers helped coordinate more than 150 dairy bowl Dodge County will join her as the WHA Princess Attendant. Special recognition is given to youth leaders that have been matches, dairy jeopardy contests, and speaking contests. At the end of the weekend, an undefeated junior team from Manitowoc County and a nominated by youth in the Junior Holstein Association and selected by the senior team from Vernon County earned the honor to represent Junior Activities Committee. This year’s WHY (Wisconsin Holstein Youth) Wisconsin at the National Holstein Convention in the Dairy Bowl contest Friends were Ginny Rassier in the five year and under division, and Katie in June. Manitowoc County’s team members included Jake Siemers, DeBruin in the six year and over division. The Brian Krull family was also Crystal Peterman, Jordan Siemers and Josh Siemers. Vernon County’s recognized with an award on Brian’s behalf for his years of dedication to team was comprised of Arlisa Landis, Katie Wendorf, Ryan Nigh, and the Junior Activities Committee and the Association’s youth. Wisconsin Holstein awarded nearly $13,000 in scholarships this year, Kaleb Storm. Coming in second place in both the junior and senior and following the award presentation, an auction was held to raise divisions were teams from Polk County. Polk’s junior team included funds for future awards. Donated items auctioned off Ethan and Trent Dado, Mykayla Getschel, and Laura included a clippers from Andis, UW-Madison Men’s Jensen. The senior team was comprised of Bethany Hockey tickets donated by Ted and Sandy Halbach, Dado, Brett Getschel, Cody Getschel and Chris a certificate for a Bonnie Mohr print, UW-MadiRassier. son Men’s Basketball tickets donated by Corey All juniors at convention had the chance to Geiger and Krista Knigge, another pair of compete in the dairy jeopardy competition. men’s basketball tickets donated by the Rob The top competitor in each of three age Rippchen family, and a show package brackets has the opportunity to compete at donated by NASCO. Also donated was a the National level. Qualifying this year in the one-night stay at the Kalahari, Chula Vista, junior division was Jake Siemers of Mania pedal and toy tractor from Case-IH, a stay towoc County, the intermediate division at the “Doctor’s House” by Rick Daluge, a Rachel Hartlaub of Manitowoc County, and voucher for a pair of Milwaukee Brewer the senior division Katie Wendorf of tickets, an Agri-Graphics gift package, and Vernon County. Placing second and third in a two-night stay at the Holiday Inn in the junior division were Josh Siemers of Stevens Point. Proceeds from the auction Manitowoc County and Zach Servais of are put into the WHA scholarship fund, and Vernon County. In the intermediate division, this year over $3,000 was added. High Jordan Siemers of Manitowoc County took school seniors, short course, and two and second, and Kaleb Storm of Vernon County four year college students that are members was third. In the senior division, Brett This year’s top award winners of WHA are all eligible for these awards. Getschel of Polk County and Kelly Lee of the 2010 Outstanding Holstein Girl & Boy: Throughout the convention, youth Jefferson County placed second and third. Danae Bauer & Jacob Brey were recognized for other outstanding In the speaking contest, Wisconsin can send up to three delegates in each division to compete at the National achievements, including Junior Progressive Breeder recognition for Convention. To compete, youth must prepare a speech of a topic related owning and breeding their milking animals producing 30,000, to over to the dairy industry at a length assigned to their specific age division. 200,000 pounds of milk in one lactation or over their lifetime. Members Heading to National Convention this year are Courtney Moser of Vernon with cows that produced over 175,000 pounds of milk in their lifetime County, Connor Siemers of Manitowoc County, and Adam Field of Sauk included Hillary Hartley of Crawford County and Brandon Long of County in the junior division. Crystal Siemers-Peterman of Manitowoc Waupaca County. The Wisconsin Junior Holstein Association awards interested junior County, Kati Kindschuh of Fond du Lac County, and Taylor Moret of Crawford County qualified in the intermediate division. A strong senior members the opportunity to travel to an area of the state to tour farms and division will send Kaitlin Riley of Crawford County, Breinne Hendrickson learn from their experience. This “Farm Tour Trip” award was given to of Green County, and Jennifer Kindschuh of Fond du Lac County to the twelve recipients this year, including Jenny Kindschuh of Fond du Lac County, Arlisa Landis of Vernon County, Dane Thompson of Barron National contest in 2011. On Sunday evening, the annual banquet was held to honor those County, Brett Hildebrandt of Dodge County, Kayla Krueger of Waupaca outstanding juniors in the association. Jacob Brey of Door County and County, Amelia Cooper of Dane County, Lexa Miller of Wood County, Danae Bauer of Waupaca County claimed the most prestigious honor, Sean Brown of Iowa County, Anna Blake of Waushara County, Kristin being named Outstanding Holstein Boy and Girl. These individuals have Solum of Barron County, Tanya Smith of Green County and Bryce Krull excelled in their own Holstein programs, and have been an asset to the of Jefferson County. The group will be traveling the state early this spring. Held Monday morning was the annual business meeting, in which association and dairy industry. Also receiving honors were 13 other Distinguished Junior Members, 19 Younger Junior Distinguished four new Junior Activities Committee (JAC) members were selected. The Members, and 12, 12 & Under youth all excelling in Wisconsin Holstein JAC group is responsible for coordinating and seeing through all junior events within the Wisconsin Junior Holstein Association. Selected activities and the dairy industry. Of the exceptional youth recognized, four representatives in the this year for the southwest district was Katie Wendorf of Vernon County, Distinguished and Younger Distinguished Member category were selected for the northwest Nathan Huser of Wood County, the southeast Brett to represent Wisconsin at the National Holstein Convention, which will be Hildebrandt of Dodge County, and the northeast Cara Biely of Manitowoc hosted by Virginia this June. Kelly Lee of Jefferson County, Danae Bauer County. These members will serve a two-year term as JAC’s, and join of Waupaca County, Carl Lippert of Wood County, and Mitch Kappelman the second-year members Katie Wallenhorst of Lafayette County, of Manitowoc County were all chosen to represent Wisconsin as William Coyne of Pierce County, Laura Elliott of Dane County and 10–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/March, 2011
Younger Member Recognition Winners Distinguished Junior Members Front: Jake Hoesly, Jacob Brey, Danae Bauer & Nathan Huser. Middle: Katie Wendorf, Julie Cooper, Lee Slattery, Stephanie Nagel & Mitch Kappelman. Back: Abbey Wethal, Kayla Solum, Laura Elliott, Carl Lippert, Kelly Lee & Andrea Pagenkopf.
National DJM Representatives
Front: Sean Brown, Logan Voigts, Bryce Krull, Jordan Siemers, Austin Nauman. Middle: Kayla Krueger, Jessica James, Elizabeth Sarbacker, Paige Hoesly, Crystal Siemers-Peterman, Katherine Larson & Sierra Huser. Back: Mackenzie Sarbacker, Charlie Hamilton, Kaleb Storm, Andy Sell, Brooks Hendrickson & Nicole Wright. National YDJM Representatives
arts contest, and taking top honors in the junior division were Rachel Nigh Jacob Brey of Door County. The contest room is always fun and a great way to show off things of Vernon County, who took first and third place, and Austin Nauman of done by junior members throughout the year. In the advertising contest, Monroe County, who took second and People’s Choice. In the senior members submit advertisements they ran in the Wisconsin Holstein News or division, Brynn Kasten of Manitowoc County was the top individual. something they designed at home on their own. This year’s winners in the Brynn Kasten received the people’s choice award in the senior division. Also bringing out creativity were those in the crafts contest. Elizabeth junior division were Jordan Siemers of Manitowoc County, Crystal Siemers-Peterman of Manitowoc County, and Elizabeth Sarbacker of Sarbacker of Dane County, Emily Reuter of Lafayette County, and Dane County. In the senior division, Brett Hildebrandt of Dodge County, Charlie Hamilton of Grant County were the top individuals in the junior Andrea Pagenkopf of Grant County, and Nicole Wright of Jefferson division, while Kayla Wright of Jefferson County, Kayla Krueger of County were recognized. Taking people’s choice honors were Elizabeth Waupaca County, and Nikki Nauman of Monroe County were top three in the senior division. People’s choice winners were Elizabeth Sarbacker Sarbacker and Brett Hildebrandt. In the photography contest’s farm people photos, Elizabeth Sarbacker and Kayla Wright. Each county is encouraged to submit a scrapbook of their activities of Dane County, Connor Siemers of Manitowoc County, and Crystal Siemers-Peterman of Manitowoc County were recognized. In the senior throughout the year. These books are judged and awards are given to the division, Kayla Krueger of Waupaca County, Nicole Wright of Jefferson top three counties. This year Green County earned top honors, and County, and Andrea Pagenkopf of Grant County had photos that received Waupaca/Waushara and Rock Counties followed closely in second and top honors. People’s choice awards went to Paul Byl of Polk County and third place. The digital scrapbook contest winners were Door County (first place) and Jefferson County (second Andrea Pagenkopf. place). In photography’s farm scenes The folding display contest was category, Jenna Breuch of Wood a huge success this year. Individuals County took first and third, while developed display boards to highlight Rachel Coyne of Pierce County was activities or subjects within the dairy second in the junior division. industry. First in the junior division Excelling in the senior division were was Courtney Moser of Vernon Cassi Miller of Wood County, Matt County, second was Adam Field of Olson of Door County, and Lexa Sauk County, and third was Connor Miller of Wood County. People’s Siemers of Manitowoc County. choice honors went to Jenna Breuch Courtney was also named people’s of Wood County and Matt Olson. choice in this contest. First in the Wrapping up the photography intermediate division was Jordan contest was the farm animals Siemers of Manitowoc County, category, where Courtney Moser of second was Katherine Larson of Vernon County took first, and Vernon County, and third was John Elizabeth Sarbacker of Dane County Klossner of Green County. Ben took second and third. Katrina Powers of Dunn County was People’s Nunes of Chippewa County took first Choice winner in the intermediate and third, and Nicole Wright of division. In the senior contest, Kayla Jefferson County rounded out the Wright of Jefferson County was first senior division. People’s choice place and people’s choice. awards went to Elizabeth Sarbacker 12 & Under Recognition winners of Dane County and Becky Steffens- Front: Rachel McCullough, Abigail Solum, Jenna Broege & Brooke Trustem. This year’s essay contest topics meier of Grant County. included members writing about Midle: Adam Field, Mike Moede, Allissa Frisle, Megan Nelson & Kalista The juniors got creative in the assigned topics relating to today’s Hodorff. Back: Dawson Nickels, Connor Siemers & Kaianne Hodorff. wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/March, 2011-11
dairy industry. The top three junior individuals for this contest were Charlie Hamilton of Grant County, Elizabeth Sarbacker of Dane County and Logan Voights of Lafayette County. In the senior division, Stephanie Nagel of Manitowoc County was first, and Rachel Hartlaub, also of Manitowoc County, was second. Other awards given throughout the weekend included the Spirit award, which was given to Waupaca/Waushara County, Bell-R-Ring, won by Barron County for their clever rendition of “Bottoms Up” and Penny War Jug Decoration, awarded to Grant County for their WHY Friend Awards clever thumb tack design. Ginny Rassier, Polk County & For teams to be seated in the dairy bowl Katie DeBruin, Jefferson County contest, they must take a written exam on the first day of convention. Those individuals scoring highest are recognized with awards presented by Accelerated Genetics. High scores in the junior division this year went to Trent Dado of Polk County, Charles Moore of Grant County, and Jordan Siemers of Manitowoc County. Also recognized for high scores in the senior division were Jace Neuser and Mitch Kappelman of Manitowoc County, and Carissa Tolzman of Iowa County. The Wisconsin Holstein Association would like to commend the Wood County Junior Holstein Association members and chaperones, and extend a special thank you to all volunteers that helped make the weekend a success. The association would also like to thank the following junior raffle sponsors: the Bill and Clarice Brey family, Accelerated Genetics, International Protein Sires, ABS Global, Inc., Genex/CRI Co-op, East/Central Select Sires, NASCO, Animart, The Country Today, Wisconsin Holstein News, Hoard’s Dairyman, Cattle Connection, UW-Platteville, Holstein World, Bovine Boutique, Badger Dairy Club, UW-River Falls Dairy Club, and Priority IAC. Also, thank you to all juniors who sold tickets and help make this year’s WHA junior fundraiser a success! Some great sponsors help make all of the Junior Convention contests possible, including: Badgerland Financial underwrote the Dairy Jeopardy Contest and Dairy Bowl Contest, Accelerated Genetics sponsored awards for the Dairy Bowl Seating Exam and Rural Insurance sponsored the Speaking Contests. Thank you to these and all of our sponsors.
Scholarship Recipients Front: Mitch Kappelman, Lee Slattery, Brandon Kruswick & Dustin Huser. Middle: Hillary Hartley, Paige Vossekuil, Isaac Solum & Kelly Lee. Back: Kelsey Waldschmidt, Kayla Solum & Cara Biely.
Friend of the JAC Award Front: Cassy & Bryce Krull, Chris Williams, Cindy & Carley Krull. Back: Laura Elliott, Jacob Brey, Bob O’Leary, Willie Coyne, Mitch Kappelman, Katie Wallenhorst, Lee Slattery & Danielle Brown.
Front: 2011 Princess Breinne Hendrickson & Princess Attendant Carrie Warmka. Back: 2010 Princess Hillary Hartley & Princess Attendant Cara Biely.
Front: Jake Siemers, Rachel Hartlaub & Katie Wendorf. Back: Josh Siemers, Zach Servais, Jordan Siemers, Kaleb Storm, Brett Getschel & Kelly Lee.
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Manitowoc County Junior Dairy Bowl Team
Polk County Junior Dairy Bowl Team
Front: Coaches Janina Siemers & Jeff Neuser. Back: Jake Siemers, Crystal Siemers-Peterman, Jordan Siemers & Josh Siemers.
Trent Dado, Ethan Dado, Mykayla Getschel & Laura Jensen. Missing is coach Patti Hurtgen.
Vernon County Senior Dairy Bowl Team
Polk County Senior Dairy Bowl Team
Front: Katie Wendorf & Arlisa Landis. Back: Kaleb Storm, Coach Kent Wendorf & Ryan Nigh.
Front: Coaches Ginny Rassier & Gwen Dado. Back: Bethany Dado, Chris Rassier, Cody Getschel & Brett Getschel. Missing is coach Patti Hurtgen.
2010 Graduates Ben Ames Stephanie Aves Heather Bader Melanie Balinas Brett Ballweg Stewart Bartz Dennis Benthin Julia Bloch David Blodgett Andrew Boeke Chelsea Brander Skyler Buman Laura Byl Andrew Byom Stephanie Carns Cody Carpenter Tawny Chandler Julia Cooper Patrick Crave Loren Daentl Jenna Danzer Jerid Dickman Rebeka Dieter Elizabeth Drendel Connie Eibergen Tyler Elsner
Walworth Illinois Rock Waukesha Dane Dunn Vernon Marathon Dodge Green Sauk Outagamie Polk Trempealeau Lafayette Lafayette Barron Dane Dodge Iowa Wood Green Lafayette Fond du Lac Clark Jefferson
Trent Erickson Ellen Esch Craig Foerster Jonathan Gelling Becky Gerbitz Abbie Goeser Kody Haag Julia Hansen Ty Hildebrandt Kipp Hinz Kelly Jarvis Nicholas Jens Mary Johnson Ashley Julka Matthew Kaderly Bethany Kappelman Matthew Kearns Krysty Kepler Angela King Benjamin Kinnard Sean Klatt Megan Knorn Jake Kruschke Chelsey Larson Maureen Lee Andrew Lemanski
Vernon Pierce Chippewa Calumet Rock Sheboygan Dane Fond du Lac Dodge Polk Waushara Sheboygan Polk Fond du Lac Green Manitowoc Crawford Richland Marathon Door Barron Kewaunee St. Croix Rock Jefferson Marathon
Carissa Levash Manitowoc Bryant Long Waupaca Bryan Mauk Sheboygan Grant Maurer Calumet Devin Mayer Washington Jared McClelland Vernon Kyle Meixelsperger Sauk Erin Merritt Dunn Emily Miller Dane Mary Mosher Dodge Jason Nehls Dodge Beth Nelson Trempealeau Brandon Nigh Vernon Shane Nodolf Lafayette Lucas Ohl Jefferson Heather Paasch Richland Scott Pagenkopf Grant Mandy Peirick Dodge Derek Petersheim Vernon Casey Pfaff Jackson Jennifer Porath Lincoln Benjamin Raether Chippewa Katie Reineking Sheboygan Julie Retzlaff Juneau Aaron Rickert Fond du Lac Dana Robaidek Shawano
Sarah Sacker Green Theresa Schiferl Wood Rebecca Schlehlein Waukesha Gabriel Schmidt Jackson Karl Sime Dane Michelle Sipiorski Outagamie Lee Slattery Wood Kristen Smith Green Lance Smithey Richland Bradley Solchenberger Richland Adam Sonnenburg Dane Ryan Steinhoff Monroe Kyle Suchla Trempealeau Matt Sullivan Richland Travis Towns Rock Emily Treu Winnebago Lucas Unbehaun Richland Marty Vanderstappen Walworth Benjamin Voelz Shawano Samantha Wilkinson Polk Candice Wolosek Portage Lance Wolosek Portage Robert Wright Waushara Theresa Wyss Green Alex Yager Iowa Cynthia Ziegler Dane
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Advertising Contest Front: Brett Hildebrandt, Andrea Pagenkopf & Nicole Wright. Back: Jordan Siemers, Crystal Siemers-Peterman & Elizabeth Sarbacker.
Speaking Contest Front: Courtney Moser, Crystal Siemers-Peterman & Kaitlyn Riley. Back: Connor Siemers, Adam Field, Katie Kindschuh, Taylor Moret, Breinne Hendrickson & Jennifer Kindschuh.
Top Dairy Bowl Seating Exam Scores Front: Trent Dado, Charlie Moore, Jordan Siemers. Back: Jace Neuser & Mitch Kappelman.
Long Range Production Front: Elizabeth Sarbacker, Andrea Pagenkopf, Kayla Wright, Charlie Hamilton, Bret Long & Brett Hildebrandt. Back: Katie Wendorf, Aaron Bohn, Jessica Pralle, Ryan Pralle, Brandon Long, Devin Kepler & Hilalry Hartley.
Long Range Production Awards
2010 Graduates at Convention Front: Ty Hildebrandt, Ben Kinnard & Lee Slattery. Back: Krysty Kepler, Julie Cooper, Kristen Smith, Ashley Julka & Theresa Schiferl. 14â€“wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/March, 2011
200,000 lbs. and Over Lifetime Hillary Hartley Crawford Hillary Hartley Crawford 175,000 lbs. to 199,999 lbs. Lifetime Hillary Hartley Crawford Brandon Long Waupaca 150,000 lbs. to 175,000 lbs. Lifetime Danielle Brown Iowa Katie Wendorf Vernon Tony Weier Iowa Aaron Bohn Dodge Devin Kepler Richland 100,000 lbs. to 149,999 lbs. Lifetime Kayla Wright Jefferson Andrea Pagenkopf Grant Ryan & Jessica Pralle Clark Elizabeth Sarbcker Dane Ryan & Jessica Pralle Clark Charles Hamilton Grant Brandon Long Waupaca Brett Hildebrandt Dodge Brandon Long Waupaca Brandon Long Waupaca
Hartleys Progress Janita Hartleys Clara Belle
203,922 lbs. 201,671 lbs.
Hartleys Geno Gemini B-Long Integrity Nifty
185,500 lbs. 179,107 lbs.
Ma-Brown Confidence Tori Dream-Prairie Rubens Opal Weier-Nook Intika Bohnview Durham Sylvia Kepridge Emory Hazel
160,717 lbs. 159,420 lbs. 158,471 lbs. 153,241 lbs. 150,149 lbs.
Mar-Linda-K Stormatic ChiChi Paradise-D Macho Patience Selz-Pralle Morty 2791 Fischerdale Linjet Jade-ET Selz-Pralle Cousteau 2701 Hill-Ton Terrason Cheery B-Long Reva Milgene Jordan Jeralyn-ET B-Long Brown Sugar B-Long Wavy
134,896 lbs. 127,937 lbs. 126,334 lbs. 122,577 lbs. 122,447 lbs. 114,814 lbs. 111,740 lbs. 110,874 lbs. 105,459 lbs. 102,879 lbs.
Junior Progressive Breeders
Front: Andrea Pagenkopf, Elizabeth Sarbacker, Brett Hildebrandt, Charlie Hamilton, Danae Bauer & Hillary Hartley. Back: Julie Cooper, Aaron Bohn, Sean Brown, Brandon Long, Bret Long, Jessica Pralle, Ryan Pralle, Jordan Siemers, Crystal Siemers-Peterman & Katie Wendorf.
Front: Stephanie Nagel & Rachel Hartlaub. Back: Charlie Hamilton, Elizabeth Sarbacker & Logan Voigts.
Scrapbooks 1st â€“ Morgan Behnke, Green County; 2nd - Anna Blake, Waupaca-Waushara County; 3rd - Jenna Broege, Rock County
Spirit Award Waupaca-Waushara County
Junior Progessive Breeder Awards Junior Member
Class. Production Record
Danae & Ethan Bauer
Aaron Bohn Meliss Schaefer & Brittany Falk Sean Brown Julia & Amelia Cooper Charles Hamilton
Sandy-Valley Sept Aurora-ET Sandy-Valley Zenith Ava-ET Bohnview Skyfame Sprite-ET
VG-86 2-01 2x 305 22,667 950 664 VG-86 2-00 2x 305 27,803 964 791 EX-90 3-03 2x 305 25,004 923 728
Washington Iowa Dane Grant
RBRC Toystory Joy Ma-Brown Ranger Halo-Red Moss-Oak Lheros Shelby Hill-Ton Mailing Cheri-ET Hill-Ton Terrason Cheery Hillary Hartley Crawford Hartleys Black Diamond Hartleys Hi Metro MeMe Brett Hildebrandt Dodge Milgene Loren Jessica-ET Milgene Loren Josey-Red-ET Milgene SS Jez-Red Milgene Tribute Jessica-Red Brandon Long Waupaca B-Long Cinabon B-Long Lexi Bret Long Waupaca B-Long Fondue B-Long Lucy-TW B-Long Mint-ET B-Long Powder-ET B-Long Strike B-Long Throne Sugar-ET B-Long Tootsy Pop Andrea Pagenkopf Grant Paradise-D Ftune Passion Paradise-D Macho Patience Ryan & Jessica Pralle Clark Joliam Durham 3167 Joliam Durham 3283 Elizabeth Sarbacker Dane Fischerdale Aspen Jessa Fischerdale Canyon Bobbi Fischerdale Pyrex Switzky Fischerdale Pyrex Tango Jordan Siemers Manitowoc Siemers Damion Lee 9916 Crystal Siemers-Peterman Manitowoc Siemers Alisha Gold Ava-ETS Katie Wendorf Vernon Kentdaor Jord Olivia-Red-ET Kentdor Jordan Opaque-ET
GP-83 EX-90 VG-88 VG-86 VG-88 GP-84 VG-86 VG-86 VG-86 VG-87 EX-90 VG-86 GP-83 GP-84 GP-82 VG-85 GP-81 VG-85 GP-83 VG-85 GP-83 VG-88 GP-83 VG-86 GP-83 GP-83 VG-87 VG-87 VG-87 EX-91 VG-85 GP-82
Front: Anna Blake, Danae Bauer, Kayla Krueger, Ethan Bauer & Brandon Long. Back: Emily Bauer, Tricia Gates, Katie Bauer & Amy Blake.
2-02 2x 305 23,441 944 713 7-05 2x 305 25,011 916 806 3-00 2x 305 24,457 824 752 3-01 2x 305 24,581 919 789 5-04 2x 305 26,346 1124 793 2-03 2x 305 19,938 829 631 5-08 2x 295 26,758 974 865 3-11 2x 305 29,392 838 807 3-05 2x 305 25,153 892 798 3-05 2x 305 24,295 970 753 4-09 2x 305 27,302 1078 887 2-00 2x 294 27,943 939 844 2-00 2x 305 24,582 925 752 2-00 2x 305 25,871 908 782 2-00 2x 304 21,183 693 649 2-02 2x 305 25,723 978 792 2-01 2x 305 23,345 844 704 2-11 2x 242 24,954 781 684 2-00 2x 305 27,241 887 855 1-11 2x 305 26,741 1002 887 2-01 2x 305 21,593 888 684 5-04 2x 305 28,694 1192 769 2-10 3x 305 35,800 1116 1041 2-04 3x 305 28,883 1134 866 2-02 2x 297 21,419 758 628 1-10 2x 277 24,440 817 652 5-07 2x 305 35,613 995 965 5-09 2x 291 26,641 840 881 2-00 3x 305 28,750 1066 876 3-03 2x 305 39,253 1512 1239 2-00 2x 305 21,729 807 621 2-01 2x 305 19,701 745 628
Best Penny Wars Jug Abriana Errthum, Grant County
Digital Scrapbook Matt Olson, Door County
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2010 Outstanding Holstein Girl & Boy Outstanding Holstein Girl - Danae Bauer
Outstanding Holstein Boy - Jacob Brey
I was completely shocked when I heard my name announced as the Outstanding Holstein Girl at the 2011 Junior Holstein Convention. I am honored to be chosen amongst a list of very deserving candidates and distinguished past recipients. It is literally a dream come true for a girl who loves her Holsteins as much as I do and has enjoyed her opportunities to learn and grow through Junior Holstein. I am very appreciative and humbled to receive this award. My parents are Frank Jr. and Ruth Bauer, and I have three younger brothers, Ethan, Seth and Ryan. I call Sandy-Valley Farms home. This 400-cow dairy farm is owned by my father, and his two brothers, David and Patrick. My Uncle Greg manages our merchandising program and I assist him in this area. Our farm sends up to 60 bulls to A.I. a year, and we merchandise embryos world-wide. My main responsibility on the farm is calf management. I am responsible for calves from birth to breeding age. I also coordinate our extensive embryo transfer program in which we flush over one hundred animals a year. I currently own 15 animals with my brother, Ethan, and cousin, Katie. I look forward to improving and merchandising our small herd. I continue to learn and expand my role at our farm and I hope to become the next generation to carry on the Sandy-Valley prefix. I plan on taking business and dairy classes at Fox Valley Technical College while continuing an active role on the farm. I have enjoyed being involved in activities at church, 4-H, FFA, and Junior Holstein. On a state level of Junior Holstein, I have participated in the Junior Trip, judging, photography and advertising contests, Cow Camp, dairy bowl, and DJM recognition. On our county level I serve as president and enjoy helping with our Calf Sale every year and participating in other various activities every year. As a homeschooled student, I have gone a bit out of my way to be involved in FFA and have earned awards for my dairy involvement. I have really enjoyed my role as a dairy leader for our 4-H club. I love helping kids pick out calves to take to the fair, showing the kids how to get their calves ready, and helping them work on showmanship skills. I was delighted when my cousins, Katie and Emily Bauer, placed first and second in the same showmanship class; the judge was thoroughly impressed with their skills. Katie also did very well at State Fair, placing 3rd overall in her age division. It was great to think that I had some part in that. I thank God for the very supportive family He has given me in my mom, dad, and three brothers. I appreciate their willingness to let me skip out on chores for fairs, dairy judging, and 4-H and Junior Holstein activities. I am also very thankful for the support of my aunts, uncles, and cousins who have also allowed me to take time away from chores at the farm and have encouraged me as well. I have benefitted from having very supportive Junior leaders in Brenda Long, Sandy Cordes, and Carla and Willis Gunst. Clint Beyer and Bruce Hoeft were very instrumental in encouraging my interest in dairy
Receiving the Outstanding Holstein Boy award had been a goal of mine since a Junior Holstein convention seven years ago when I saw my older brother receive the honor. I distinctly remember thinking to myself about how neat it would be to someday stand up at that podium just like Tony was doing. I feel that receiving this distinction is owed to the many people that have helped me even become a part of the discussion to receive the award. It has been a very humbling experience throughout, and I feel like one of the most fortunate young men to have such a strong family and supporting group to be involved with. My name is Jacob Brey and I am the 20 year old son of Bill and Clarice Brey. I have three older sisters, Christy (Nathan) Vogel, Angie (Mark) Ulness, and Katie (Menno) Huiser, as well as my brother Tony and his wife Moriah. Currently I am attending UW-Madison as a sophomore majoring in Dairy Science with an emphasis in Business. On campus I am active in the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity, the Badger Dairy Club, the dairy judging team, and storming the Kohl Center and Camp Randall whenever #1 Ohio State decides to come to town. Seeing my older siblings come to Madison, I did as well, and it has been one of the most rewarding decisions I have ever made. Cycle Farm in Sturgeon Bay is where I call home. Currently there are about 230 milking registered Holstein cows and close to 300 head of young stock. I enjoy assisting in any way I can when I am here at school, whether it be deciding which bulls to purchase for matings or sending ideas back home that I may learn in class. We run around 750 acres of alfalfa, corn and winter wheat. Undertaking nearly all of the fieldwork ourselves becomes a bit challenging at times, especially when hosting a State Holstein Picnic is in store, but it was extremely rewarding to see the hard work pay off this past summer. I owe my parents a great deal for teaching me to have a level head and to work hard; to see my projects through completion and to give them my fullest attention and effort. I became extremely active in 4-H, FFA and Jr. Holstein by simply following in the footsteps of what my older siblings did back in their days. Therefore, participating in activities such as dairy judging, dairy bowl and showing became a mainstay in my youth. However, being the competitive person that I am always pushed me to want to improve. I tried to never feel content with how the results ended, whether it was standing near the top of a class with a heifer or especially after giving a bad set of reasons. I learned a lot by watching and asking questions to the people I thought were stand-up individuals in whatever they were doing, and I would like to thank them for that. My family is who I need to thank the most for growing me not only into the Junior Holstein member I have become, but more importantly the individual that I am today. My parents always encourage me to work smart and hard and to develop a strong work ethic. They instilled in me a valuable lesson as a young person that good things happen to good people. My sister Christy and her family show me to have a strong faith and to remember where I come from. My godmother Angie and brother from another mother Mark are two of my biggest fans, coming to support me at nearly every event. They are great role models
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Danae Bauer, continued judging and helping me attain success in that area. I am grateful for the support I have been shown by so many encouraging people. I would like to encourage juniors to set goals and dream big. Do what you love, learn from others, work hard, and you can accomplish anything. You might surprise yourself. I did!
Jacob Brey, continued for me in the dairy industry and are growing a great young family. Katie gives me the impression to be open-minded and to not be afraid to try new things that may go against the grain. I also owe a huge thanks to my favorite older brother Tony. I enjoy our daily talks and how you are like Bret Beilema and dad is like Barry Alvarez; always trying to recruit me, as in this case, to come back to the farm. I also canâ€™t forget to give a shout out to the biggest member of our family, the Lord, for guiding me in everything that I do. My time in the Junior Holstein Association has been unforgettable. I need to thank all of the leaders from Door County as well as the state and national level for presenting me with the opportunity to be involved in such a great organization. I would like to thank the judges for presenting me with the award, especially given the competition. Whether I do return home after college or pursue a goal of mine to become a classifier for Holstein USA, I will use this accomplishment as yet another step within my time in the dairy industry. Finally, to the young members out there, I would hope that you realize we are involved in this association to have fun and make friends, so donâ€™t let anything get in the way of that!
Folding Display Contest Front: Ben Powers, John Klossner, Kayla Wright & Kathryn Larson. Back: Adam Field, Connor Siemers, Courtney Moser & Jordan Siemers.
Trip Award Winners Front: Jenny Kinschuh, Anna Blake, Kristin Solum, Kayla Krueger & Tanya Smith. Back: Arlisa Landis, Brett Hildebrandt, Dane Thompson, Bryce Krull, Sean Brown, Lexa Miller & Ami Cooper.
Arts & Crafts Front: Kayla Krueger, Brynn Kasten, Emily Reuter & Austin Nauman. Back: Nikki Nauman, Charlie Hamilton, Kayla Wright & Elizabeth Sarbacker.
Photography Contest Front: Elizabeth Sarbacker, Matt Olson, Becky Steffensmeier, Lexa Miller, Cassi Miller, Crystal Siemers-Peterman & Paul Byl. Back: Courtney Moser, Jenna Breuch, Andrea Pagenkopf, Danae Bauer, Connor Siemers & Nicole Wright. wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/March, 2011-17
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Midwest Holsteins SPRING 2011
Illinois • Iowa • Minnesota South Dakota • Wisconsin
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Ky-Blue GW Debbie-ET VG-88 VEVVV @ 2-03 2-00 2X 172 11,515 3.2 369 2.9 333 Inc Yes, she is the All-American Summer Yearling from 2009. Her dam is EX-92 BVK Outside Debbie-ET from the EX-94 Chief Adeen herself. Selling is the number one GTPI Aftershock of the breed. She has a GTPI of 2239 and is 339 over parent average. Sarbacker 608-698-2855
Bill Rauen 563-599-9384 Tim Rauen 563-590-7871
This is just a sample of what is available, there is a very special group coming to West Union on March 19th.
Morningview Shtl Alana-ET VG-88 VVVVE@3-6 DOM GTPI+1926 +3.14T +2.61UDC +2.21FLC 2-04 2X 365 34,810 3.8 1328 3.3 1154 Alana is fresh again and looks great, she promises to be an Excellent cow. She has sent 18 sons have gone to AI to date, her Freddie son is 2295 GTPI. Selling is a very special opportunity, Moondale Chism Patrice EX-93-2E EEVEE her Domain daughter that has a GTPI of +2173. Wesselcrest 4-00 2X 365 32,620 3.4 1118 2.7 881 563-599-4826 Selling is Patrice’s VG-85 Dundee that needs to see a classifier. The 2nd dam is EX-91 and then Leader Pat EX-94. Patrice Sale Coordinated by: completes seven generations of EX’s. Dundee Patunia will be Scott Courtney 563-380-1318 an eighth generation Excellent. Moondale 563-539-4562
Sully Shottle May-TW VG-85 DOM GTPI+2248 +2.79T +2.63UDC +2.52FLC 2-02 2X 365 34,110 3.2 1095 3.1 Shottle May is in a class by herself, she currently has 30 sons over 2200 GTPI!! This is nearly untouchable. One of the best opportunities of the year awaits you here; selling is her 8-10 Domain daughter that has a GTPI+2229. Truly a very special consignment. De-Su Holstein 563-544-4798
March 19, 2011 11:30 AM Fayette County Fairgrounds, West Union, Iowa
Iowa Spring Sale
Online catalog available at www.iowaholsteins.com. Catalog Requests: Linda Pagel 563-578-3480 or email: email@example.com
Iowa Holstein Association
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Flo-An Metro Carmel EX-94-2E EEEEE 5-10 3X 365 52,120 5.4 2821 3.1 1614 Carmel’s show credentials run very deep. She is a 2X Reserve Grand Champion at the Iowa State Show along with Reserve Grand Champion at the 2007 Mid-West Spring National as a Sr. 3-Yr-Old. Selling is the first female offering EVER from Carmel. First choice from her 3 Atwood or 3 Jasper daughters that were born in 1-11. Reuter Dairy 563-590-3957
Hendel-Vatland GWN Rue-ET EX-92 EX-92-MS 3-01 2X 365 36,110 4.0 1432 2.9 1049 Yes, it is true RUE sells, recently fresh. She was sold through the 2009 Iowa Spring Sale and will again in the prime of her life. Is there a better junior show cow to sell at public auction this spring? Courtlane 563-382-2708
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Olmar Valiant BettyLou 2E 91
Bettylou’s story started 30 years ago with 4EX and 3 VG daughters. She has provided us with All American nominees, AI and Embryo contracts, GMDs, DOMs and opportunities to market animals in all arenas. Trends have come and gone, but the demand for offspring from the Betty family has never wavered. Currently 1/3 of our herd traces back to Bettylou. We have developed over 25 EX and 35 VG Betty’s with many more in barns around the globe. We’ll let the pictures tell the rest of her story.
A snapshot of Betty’s we have worked with.
Olmar Roy Crystal 2E 95 3E All-American Nominee
Olmar Shottle Barberry EX-90
Olmar Goldwy Bella Dora VG-88
Olmar Durham Bella 3E 93 Daughters in 6 Countries
Olmar Jed Black Betty 2E 93
Olmar Freelance Belleah VG 87
Olmar Derry Berry 2E 94 9th Generation EX without ETs
Olmar Rudolph Jamboree 2E 90
Olmar Convincer Mabel 2E 90
Olmar Best Betty Ever EX-90
Olmar Southwind Betty Moo 3E 91
Olmar BW Marshall Gum Drop 2E 91
Olmar Forbidden Blue Sky 2E 91
Olmar Roy Bella Cera 2E 90
Olmar Shottle Beautiful VG 88
Olmar Bunker Baby Belle VG
Olmar Starbuck Bubbles 3E 94
Olmar Roy Ballerina VG 88
Olmar Starbuck Betty Ann TW EX 90
Olmar Jed Becky TW EX 90
Olmar Big Al Beata 3E 91 DOM
Olmar Jingle Bell
Olmar Blackstar Bobbie Ann VG 88
Olmar Big Bionic Betty 3E 94
Olmar Willi Beauty 2E 91 GMD Dom
Olmar Mason Jingle VG 87
Olmar Best Sugar VG 88
Olmar Drake Sugar Cookie VG 88
Olmar Mega Man Blitzie
Olmar Reggie Blue Bell 2E 91
Phase 4 Johnes Free Herd 109.8 BAA | 34EX 40VG 10GP TB Accredited herd 40 years PBR | 19 years PGH DHI avg: 28,942M 1052F 822P
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Olmar Roy Black Belle 2E 91
Olmar Starbuck Betty Sue TW 3E 92
Olmar Fred Breeya EX 90
BRIAN AND JILL NELSON US Hwy 14, Sleepy Eye, MN 56085 Ph. (507) 794-2697 www.olmarfarms.com firstname.lastname@example.org MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011 - 3
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Golden-Oaks Farm........................................ 47
Oertel Farms ................................................ 10
Green|Rock Sale .......................................... 45
Olmar Farms .................................................. 3
Hendel Farms ................................................ 44
Our Favorite Holsteins .................................. 52
Ragnar Holsteins .......................................... 41
Hopeful Headlines ........................................ 51
Ralma Holstein Farm.................................... 14
B-J-Grove Holsteins ...................................... 43
Illinois All-Breeds PDCA Calf Sale .............. 47
RedFest Sale .................................................. 54
Benner Holsteins .......................................... 40
Iowa Spring Sale ............................................ 2
Royola Holsteins............................................ 42
Bevendale Holsteins ...................................... 58
J-Maker Dairy .............................................. 10
Ryan-Vu Holsteins ........................................ 63
Black-Satin Holsteins .................................... 42
Jol-Lee Holsteins............................................ 22
Schaufine Holsteins ...................................... 62
Blue-Horizon ................................................ 50
K-Lane Holsteins .......................................... 56
Scientific Holsteins ........................................ 60
Bricco’s Cow Town ...................................... 31
L-L-M Dairy.................................................. 11
South Dakota State University...................... 13
Carver-Wright-Hennepin Holstein Club 48-49
Le-Ro-Da Farm ............................................ 25
Sheeknoll Farms .............................................. 8
Central Plains Dairy Expo ............................ 68
Lenkaitis Holsteins ........................................ 16
Springfest 2011.............................................. 39
Clinton County Classic ................................ 65
Lindale & Team Holsteins ............................ 23
Sunny-Valley Complete Dispersal ................ 67
Dodgeramma Spring Fling .......................... 55
Makers-Mark Holsteins ................................ 16
Synergy Dairy .............................................. 12
El-Low Holsteins .......................................... 25
Manannah-Valley .......................................... 16
University of Minnesota ................................ 7
Elginvue Farms.............................................. 64
Marathon County .................................... 34-38
UW Farm & Industry Short Course ............ 17
Farnear Holsteins ........................................ 31
Matrix Show Cattle/Show-N-Style ................ 6
UW-Madison.......................................... 5 & 29
Floralawn Holsteins ...................................... 66
Melarry Farms .............................................. 53
Flower-Brook Holsteins............................ 32-33
Mil-R-Mor .................................................... 30
Forest-Ridge Holsteins .................................. 24
MilkSource Main Event .......................... 20-21
Walk-Era........................................................ 46 Waupaca-Waushara 25th Anniversary Show Opportunity Sale .................... 26-28
Gibbs Holsteins ............................................ 15
Minnesota Spring Special ........................18-19
Gildale Holsteins/River Divide Farm .......... 51
Mission-Bell Dairy Farm .............................. 61
Goers Family Dairy ...................................... 59
Paradise-D Holsteins .................................... 42
Wisconsin Holstein Association 902 8th Ave., Baraboo, WI 53913 Phone (608) 356-2114 • Fax (608) 356-6312 1-800-223-4269 email@example.com To Advertise: P.O. Box 49, Lancaster, WI 53813 Phone (608) 723-4933 • Fax (608) 723-4973 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
www.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: Jim Rickert, President - Eldorado, 920-872-2982 Corey Geiger, Vice President - Mukwanago, 920-650-0294 Angela Brown, Secretary - Dodgeville, 608-935-3814 Todd Stanek, Executive Commitee - Fall Creek, 715-877-3116 Bob Traynor, Executive Committee - Spring Valley, 715-778-5807 Todd Borgwardt - Valders, 920-758-3133 Paula Bovre - Fond du Lac, 920-923-6991 Kelli Cull - Lomira, 920-488-4129 Lynn Harbaugh - Marion, 920-420-1524 Matt Lippert - Pittsville, 715-884-6578 Chris McCullough - Juda, 608-934-1425 Marci Walker - Wisconsin Dells, 608-253-3003 NATIONAL DIRECTORS: Robert Nigh Viroqua • 608-675-3442 Corey Geiger Mukwanago • 920-650-0294
Welsh-Edge Holsteins.................................... 59 Welsh-Valley Dispersal .................................. 57 Westphalia Farm.............................................. 9
The University of
WISCONSIN MADISON Dairy Science STUDENT PROFILE Name: Mason Amundson Hometown: Mount Hope, WI High School: River Ridge High School Class Size: 62 Farm: Nordic-Ridge Holsteins, 120 dairy cows Major: Dairy Science Why did you decide to attend UW-Madison? I wanted to take advantage of the opportunities that a large school can offer a student. Getting out of my small hometown and meeting new people was also what helped me decide that the UW was the school for me. What has been your most memorable college experience? Badger football game day has always been a good time with friends that I will never forget and I look forward to returning as an alumni. What has been your favorite course? My favorite course has been Dairy Science 375 with Dr. Wiltbank. This class has given me the opportunity to practice basic dairy cow reproductive practices. I was also able to learn the science behind today’s reproductive protocols and learn how to use them to maximize a dairy’s potential. What are your future career goals? My dream is to become a large animal veterinarian and practice here in Wisconsin. I want to specialize in dairy cow reproduction and maybe someday own my own embryo transfer business.
UW-Madison Department of Dairy Science 1675 Observatory Drive, Madison, WI 53706 Ph. 608-263-3308 • Fax 608-263-9412 www.wisc.edu/dysci/ • Contact: Ted Halbach MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011 - 5
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Westphalia Laurin Harmony
~ 1st Fall Yearling, District 10 Holstein Show 2010 ~ All-Wisconsin Fall Yearling 2010 ~ 2nd Milking Yearling, Royal Winter Fair 2010 ~ Reserve All-Canadian Milking Yearling 2010 ~ Reserve All-American Milking Yearling 2010 Dams: VG-86 Dundee, EX-90 Durham, EX-94 Henkeseen M Hillary, EX-94 Mark, VG-88, VG-85
Special thanks to Mike & Julie Duckett, Joe Casper and the rest of the crew at Duckett Holsteins for their expert care of Harmony before and at the Royal Winter Fair. Harmony will be scored late February. She has a daughter by Stormatic and is currently on a flush program.
Westphalia SS Amaryllis-Red ~ 1st R&W Spring Calf, World Dairy Expo 2010 ~ Unanimous All-American R&W Spring Calf 2010
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
Amaryllis is now owned by Grady Wendorf, Ixonia, WI. Thanks to Jason Danhof, Chad Ryan and crew for the exceptional job taking care of Amaryllis at World Dairy Expo. We have sisters to Amaryllis by Advent and Redliner. Chuck, Dustin, Eric & Brandy Westphal W6301 W. Byron Rd., Brownsville, WI 53006 Home (920) 922-9309 â€˘ Eric cell (920) 210-5337 E-mail: email@example.com 2010 herd totals: 27 EX, 36 VG, 32 GP 1/11 RHA: 27,026 3.74 1011 3.2 858 MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011 - 9
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+2233 GTPI Jet Stream’s #1 Daughter
VG-86 VG-88MS NM$ 664 1-11 258 22,780 3.9 880 3.1 716 inc. #6 cow in the breed of 12/10 top CTPI cows scored 83 pts. or higher
is one of the breed’s highest genomic outcross cows today. No Shottle, Goldwyn or Oman in Procky her pedigree makes her an elite individual. Her dam is a VG Diehard, granddam is the EX-92 Rudolph Pilgrim, 3rd dam a VG-86 Prelude, and 4th dam a VG-88 Calypso. We have a May 2010 Million daughter from Procky with +2203 GTPI, along with pregnancies by Snowman, Bookem and Shamrock. There are also numerous embryo and bull contracts - watch for sale consignments in 2011.
L-L-M Dairy Inc. LYLE, LEON & MARVIN MATTHIAE E-916 Hwy. Q, Ringle, WI 54471 Ph: 715-845-7028 firstname.lastname@example.org Visitors Always Welcome MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011 - 11
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Synergy Lawn Boy Amelia-ET
last test - 99 lbs. with 4.6%F Fresh 11/10, Amelia is developing into the kind we love. From a VG-88 Outside x EX-91 2E GMD DOM Rudolph, Amelia is an exciting outcross waiting for June classification. Her Destrys are genomic testing very well with two red sons already in AI: • at Select - Synergy Always-Red + 2104 GTPI • at Semex - Synergy Ascend-Red +2074 GTPI
At Center... Their 6/10 full sister sells March 25th at the Milksource Main Event -
Synergy Destry Allure-ET *RC +2009 GTPI
Synergy Shottle Sequin
2-00 365 32,590 3.4 1098 3.0 992 Dams: VG-86 Rudy x VG-88 GMD Cevis x EX-91 Comestar Leader Sequin calved back in great and will see the classifier in June. She has 12 offspring genomic tested averaging +2077 GTPI.
At Guard... Her 10/10 Domain heifer at +2130 GTPI sells March 19 in the Iowa Spring Sale
More Spring consignments to round out our lineup... • A fancy RED Reality Fall Yearling due for the Fall shows to the Badger Invitational March 12 • And to the Waupaca Waushara Opportunity Sale, March 19: A RED Summer Yearling with great potential & a Shot Al from 7 generations VG or EX from the Roxys
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 12 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011
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More Cookies? Yes! Please.
Ralma Christmas Cookie-ET VG-89 @ 2Y DOM | CTPI+2166
2-06 2x 365d 28,711 4.5 1297 3.2 913 Oman x Durham Fudge x Juror Faith
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Cookie’s Brood Cow power is exciting!
Her 1st proven son “Crown” at Select Sires and a great group of daughters prove this. Cookie is the anchor for 3 consecutive generations of VG-89 first lactation heifers; Cookie, Carmel and Caramel.
Gold Crown VG-88
X Goldwyn ...
Classic VG89 MX-92
Ralma Christmas Cake-ET 4-01 EX-90 91-MS
Ralma Gold Crown-ET VG-88 (bull) GTPI 2,012
3-04 2x 365d 41,094 3.8 1544 3.0 1232
Highest proven Goldwyn Son in US
Flush sister to Classic
Ralma Goldwyn Carly-ET 2-10 VG-88 EX-MS
Ralma Marion Classic-ET 4-07 VG-89 MS-92
2-04 2x 365d 31,760 4.7 1485 3.4 1077
She has an VG-86 pt Baxter daughter milking.
2-01 2x 365d 33,509 4.5 1490 3.5 1148 Candid VG-87
Ralma Goldwyn Carmel-ET 2-06 VG-89 EX-MS GTPI 2,033 Her Baxter daughter:
RZ Baxter Caramel-ET VG-89 @ 2 yrs
Milking 106# first test
She is Baxter’s highest scored daughter.
2-04 2x 36days 3,320 4.4 145 3.1 112
Ralma 14-Carat Gold-ET 2 year old VG-88 GTPI 2,059
2-02 2x 365d 30,300 4.8 1464 3.2 976
She has an 88 and 87 point Pronto daughters and an 85 point Bolton daughter.
High genomic Goldwyn son at Alta (2106 GTPI). Full brother to
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X Mac ... Ralma Mac Candid-ET 2-04 VG-87 88-MS
2-00 2x 365d 34,980 4.0 1404 3.7 1288
14-Carat Gold VG-88
X Marion ...
X Baxter .... Cookie-N-Cream VG-88
Ralma BXR Cookie-N-Cream-ET VG-88 EX-MS As a 2 year old
2-02 2x 365d 33,190 4.6 1484 3.0 968 ME
Ralma Baxter Cola-ET VG-86
2-02 2x 215d 17,872 4.5 809 3.3 590
Ralma Baxter Cheerio-ET VG-85
A SOLID FOUNDATI O N Embryos, Cows, Heifers and Bulls for sale. 2/14/11 11:08 PM
3 Generations - State Fair Winners Northridge Durham Fire EX-90 EX-MS, 2nd Calf
2-03 2X 365 30,172 3.6 1081 3.1 934 1st Sr. 3 & BU, 2005 Iowa State Fair Reserve Intermediate Champion, 2005 Iowa State Show Grand Champion & BU, 2005 District 8 Show Fire is from a VG Encore with 26,180 4.5 1172 3.3 868, then a GP-84 and VG-87, all VG-MS. Fire has 2 EX and 1 VG-88 daughters, all 2nd lactation scores, but does not qualify for GMD or DOM. Fire was purchased at the 2004 Iowa Spring Sale.
Gibbs Spirte Fiesta EX-90, 2nd Calf
A First Choice of Fiesta X Atwood due in early September 2011 sells in Springfest 2011, April 30 in West Union, IA
2-11 365 28,180 4.2 1181 3.0 856 All-American & Junior All-American Summer Yearling, 2007 1st Summer Yearling, International Holstein Show, International Junior Holstein Show, Iowa State Fair Open & Youth Shows, Iowa Holstein Open & Junior Shows Junior Champion, Dubuque County Fair Open Show 1st Dry 3 & 4-Yr-Old, 2010 Iowa Holstein Show & Junior Show Fiesta has an Undefeated Show Career!!! She has 4 Exceptional Daughters on the farm: 2 Shottles due this Spring to Domain and Atwood, a Jasper and Fenalli (below). Fiesta is 1 of 12 All-Americans or Junior All-American Holsteins we have bred and developed from 2000-2008.
Gibbs Mar Fenalli
1st Summer Yearling & Reserve Junior Champion, Iowa State Fair & Iowa State Fair Junior Show 2nd, Mid-East Fall National Show (Louisville) 4th, Mid-East Fall National Junior Show She is due this fall. Fenalli completes 3 Generations of Iowa State Fair Blue Ribbon Winners!!
Visitors Welcome! BAA 110%
Joe 563.543.0113 • Dwight 563.542.4942 • Lincoln & Clayton Gibbs 9482 Bierman Rd • Epworth, IA 52045 Midwest Holsteins, Spring 2011 - 15
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Saturday, April 2, 2011 • 11:00 a.m. • Olmsted County Fairgrounds, Rochester
Lylehaven Durham Cabernet EX-95 3-08 2x 365d 40,660 4.4 1802 3.4 1398 Your winter calf for 2011! A fancy Time calf from a gorgeous just fresh Aspen x Lylehaven Durham Cabernet-ET, EX-95 and the 2nd place 5 year old at Madison this past year! The dam is a sure VG two year old. This rock solid investment will grow into something special. ~Lylehaven Holsteins (802) 249-8197
Da-Mar Progress Lee EX-93-2E 3-06 2x 332d 26,130 2.9 763 3.0 771 The Destry’s are hot and this Fancy summer yearling is no exception! Her Durham dam looks great and is milking well followed by Da-Mar Progress Lee, EX-93! If you want to be near the top of the pack, look no further! ~Stranshome Holsteins (507) 444-0071
Brands-Haven Drhm Thimbl-ET EX-91-2E GMD DOM Johcar Rudolph Ginger EX-94-3E GMD DOM 3-09 2x 365d 43,510 3.8 1672 3.1 1362 8-04 2x 365d 47,860 3.1 1462 2.7 1276 Springing Sanchez heifer selling out of a VG Goldwyn out Selling is a fancy and correct June calf by Planet x 83 of EX-91 dam, above, due in July to Shottle. Also selling Mac x EX-93 Dundee back to one of Minnesota’s favorite Thimble’s grand daughter, a fancy Boxer fall calf. Her ma- cows EX-94 Rudolph Ginger. ternal sister. Buckeye TicTime is a top milk record holder in ~John Bierbaum (612) 661-3919 the US, 2-05 2x 365d 53,960 2.8 1532 2.6 1401 ~Jeff Weidert/Brands-Haven Holsteins (507) 283-7333
Regan-Olmar Salenta-ET EX-90 3-05 2x 365d 30,810 3.6 1116 3.1 952 Long Tall Stylish Micheal due in May to Fever! Her dam, a VG-86 Garrison with great Olmar breeding that runs deep! If you want quality, look at this springer. ~Olmar Farms (507) 794-2697
Hendel Shottle Miami VG-88 DOM 2-01 2x 365d 34,010 3.7 1260 2.8 962 Fancy, Fancy index heifer by Super from VG Shottle Miami and then EX-90 Durham Mitzi! Built in over +2000GTPI with A.I. interest, this Summer Yearling covers a lot of markets. The dam has embryos and bulls around the world! Bid last on this sound investment. ~Hendel Holsteins (507) 458-7680
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MINNESOTA HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION 411 28th Ave S, Waite Park, MN 320-259-0637 | Fax 320-259-0009 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sipka Durham Topanga EX-92-2E Melarry Advent DJ-Red-ET Embryo Auction to be held All-American Summer Yrlg 2009 in conjunction with the MN 5-05 2x 305d 42,670 3.6 1553 2.9 1251 Spring Special. Embryos by Pine-Tree Sid-ET selling out of ToEmbryos selling out of DJ’s VG full sister. panga. Topanga herself is EX-92, backed by Melarry Advent Desi-Red-ET VG-85 x EX-90-3E x EX-90-2E Rainyridge Perseus RC. ~Mike Welu (507) 828-3782 ~Ted & Tom Norling (605) 957-5376
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SPRING SPECIAL All animals have a negative test for TB and are eligible to be shipped anywhere in the United States.
DeBoer Gldwn Snow Velvet-ET EX-92 Something special here in this High Genomic Bowser from an All American Family! The dam is a VG-86 Goldwyn whose full sister is the All American Jr. 3 Year old above! The granddam is a VG Morty followed by the EX-90 Fred Snow Angel! Also selling is a Fabulous Lion King Fall Yearling! Her dam is GP-84. Index, Show Potential all in two Super Packages! ~Brad DeBoer & Spencer Hackett (605) 949-0382
Ever-Green-View Le Purr-ET EX-90 GMD DOM 5-02 2x 365d 41,310 3.9 1619 3.0 1252 Big, Strong, typey and RED! This Tycoon is due soon to Platte-RED, her dam a VG-87 Sept Storm followed by a VG grand-dam with sons in A.I. A cow family that has delivered consistent results for several generations! Enhance your future in this RED Beauty! ~Wayne Dankers (320) 267-9770
Sipka Durham Swirl EX-91-3E 7-05 2x 365d 33,480 3.9 1320 3.1 1047 An exciting VG-85 Linjet sells. Her dam above a 3E Durham with over 130,000 lbs lifetime. The second dam is a 3-E Emory. Excellence carries in this family and this Linjet has the potential to follow suit. ~Douglas Post (605) 693-6393
Ruis-ing-Sun Integrity Lila EX-90-2E 5-03 2x 365d 32,100 3.6 Selling is a fancy Shottle bred heifer from a great family. She is due April 15th. Her full sister is VG at 2 yrs with a VG mammary. Her dam is an EX Dundee backed by the EX-902E Integrity, pictured above. ~Ruis-ing-Sun Dairy (320) 983-5128
Greenlea Rub Marlene-Red-ET EX-94-2E Ms Kingstead Chief Adeen-ET EX-94-2E DOM 3-07 2x 35,390 4.0 1410 3.1 1108 3-05 2x 310 30,180 4.0 1209 3.4 1020 Super Cut Destry Fall Calf to put you in the winner’s circle! A stylish and fancy Domain daughter sells. Her dam VGHer Talent dam is due soon and looks phenomenal! Nu88 x EX-90 leading to merous All American nominations in this family! Made “Youth are Great Showcase” EX-94 Ms Kingstead Chief Select animals will be avail- Adeen.~Charlie Bue right to make the purple ribbion kind! ~Bob Eustice (507) 775-2211 able for youth from any state (715) 299-2211 to purchase and receive a 10% discount.
Rice-River Finest Satin Selling is a Colby December Yearling. This heifer from up North is a backed by a VG-88 Terrason, then a VG-88 Rudolph. Pictured above is her Finest maternal sister. ~Jeff Pearson (218) 666-5424
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Benner Inquirer Bouquet EX-92-2E 7-01 2x 365d 29,808 4.5 1352 3.4 1018 Pay attention Youth! Available on the youth showcase a fancy Hurricane Spring Yearling, backed by an EX-92 Enquirer x VG-87 continuing with VG’s thru 9th gen. From a strong Canadian family comes this stylish heifer. ~Starlight Acres (320) 632-4605
Manannah Reflection-Red VG-85 Selling on the youth showcase is is a Summer Yearling by Wisconson. Her dam above is VG-85 Reflection a Corporal daughter. This yearling heifer is fancy red potential to add to your youth showstring this summer. ~Manannah-Valley (320) 453-6623 MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011 - 19 2/15/2011 2:06:43 PM
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Is it a Surprise?
Miss Lee Marieka EX-94
Fresh for her 6th Lactation @ 9-03 Start with Miss Mark Maui EX-95 and continue with 3 more Excellent cows in succession with Marieka being one of them. The result is the VG-88 EX-MS @ 2-06 Miss Pronto Maple. It is not a surprise! It is breeding expectation!! Great breeding is more about expectations than surprises.
Dams of Maple:
Maui EX-95 Miss Mason Melody EX-91 Miss Lee Marieka EX-94 Miss Shane Mayflower EX-90
Miss Pronto Maple VG-88 EX-MS 196d 2X 16,452 3.6 594 2.9 485 Inc Currently milking 92# & Due August 16th She has summer yearling daughters by Dusk.
Selling in the Badger Invitational in Madison on March 12 A Full Age Fall Calf by Jasper & a Maternal Sister to Maple!
Jol-Lee Holsteins Joe Sigwarth & Partners
23309 James Rd â€˘ Holy Cross, IA 52053 â€˘ 563.552.2618 22 - Midwest Holsteins, Spring 2011
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Join us Monday, March 28 for a WHA Barn Meeting starting at 11:00 a.m. We will highlight cow families we are working with and our new and updated facilities, including a brand new special needs barn. Stick around for lunch and a presentation on reproduction by Dr. Chris Booth. Don’t miss these two opportunities at the Waupaca-Waushara Show Opportunity Sale!
FOREST-RIDGE ADVENT MAJESTY VG-87 2Y *RC 2-00 2x 365 22,870 4.7 1080 3.1 715 Selling is Majesty’s fancy Sanchez summer yearling, Forest-Ridge Sanchz Megan-ET. She will be perfect for the splits at the Wisconsin Junior State Fair! Megan and Majesty are backed by Forest-Ridge Miracle EX-91, Stelbro Michelle Rubens-Red EX-93 3E, and two more VG Canadian dams.
VG-89 2Y 1st Junior 2 Year Old, WDE 2010 Reserve All-American Junior 2 Year Old 2010
Take your pick of two ultrasounded female Braxtons from Lexington’s VG-86 full sister, Rosedale Go for Gin. These Goldwyns are backed by VG-89 Lexi, EX-93 LeaAnn and EX-96 Blackrose. Go for Gin is owned with Bella-View.
Kurt & Sarah Loehr W1993 Mushroom Rd., Eden, WI 53019 Kurt: 920-602-0101 ~ Sarah: 608-792-7013 www.holsteinworld.com/forestridge email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org 24 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011
Farm address: W2133 Randellen Lane, Eden, WI 53019 Directions to the farm: From Fond du Lac, follow Hwy. 23 east about 10 minutes to Hwy. W. Turn south on Hwy. W and proceed straight through two stop signs. After the second stop sign, the farm will be on your right.
From the Amazing Elsie Family.
That produced in 2003 the high seller at auction $100,000 (Ever-Green_View ELSA). In 2007 the All-American 4yr old. (Eskdale Stormatic Legend) In 2009 the World Record production 72,168 lbs (Ever-Green View My 1326 ET)
Comes the consignment to the spring sale. . . JA Knoll Tycoon My Red ETS
My Red carries an ultrasound heifer calf by Forest Lawn Platte-P Red Due mid April. She is a powerful heifer with positive number. PTPI +1666 Her dam
Opsahls SS Minnow-ET is VG 87 @ 5-00
First 2 records over 28,000 lbs Next 4 dams over 40,000 milk, 3 EX, 1 VG. Sire is Fritz- Pride Tycoon-Red-ET known to sire fine udders & extreme health traits.
Would this powerful heifer, carrying a red, potentially polled heifer calf, be what your looking for?
Wayne, Merry and Ross Dankers
37509 215th Ave • Goodhue, MN 55027 Home 651-923-5188 • Cell 320-267-9770
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August Daughters Clover-Mist Amanda-ET EX-94-2E 4-06 3x 365d 41,340 5.8 2414 3.4 1415
Clover-Mist Advent-ET EX-90
4-05 3x 336d 29,390 3.7 1096 3.1 924
Clover-Mist Royal Angy-ET VG-86 4-04 3x 365d 24,260 4.7 1143 3.5 841
Clover-Mist Aurora-ET VG-88
8-04 2x 305d 28,570 4.1 1185 3.1 888
Clover Mist Appeal-ET VG-86 3-03 3x 25,930 4.0 1042 3.2 829
Augys Rose Regal-Red-ET EX-90-2E 4-07 3x 305d 22,180 4.9 1079 3.3 733
Augys Simon Daisy-ET EX-91
4-06 2x 365d 25,120 3.9 990 2.9 729
Miss Clover-Matt Abby VG-87 (Sold to Japan)
Clover-Mist Augy Star-ET EX-94-4E DOM 7-10 3x 365d 43,140 5.0 2136 3.1 1339
Clover-Mist Affection-ET EX-94
4-10 3x 365d 37,360 5.7 2139 3.3 1228
D-R-A August EX-96-4E DOM
Born: 8/23/1978 8-05 3x 365d 27460 4.3 1187 3.0 819 • LT Milk: 190,200 August is the 4th Dam to • All-MN 5 Year-Old & MN Res. Champion KHW Regiment Apple-Red-ET, • All-IA 5 Year-Old & IA Grand Champion KHW Kite Advent-Red-ET and • All-WI Aged Cow (1986) KHW Elm-Park Acme-ET • Nominated All-American in 1986
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14698 County Road 7, Hutchinson, MN 55350 320-587-5361
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25th ANNIVERSARY WAUPACA-WAUSHARA SHOW OPPORTUNITY SALE Saturday, March 19, 2011 • 12:00 Noon • Weyauwega Fairgrounds Braxton Choice
Fever x Elegance
March 2010 Laurin
ROSEDALE LEXINGTON VG-89 2Y Res. All-American Junior 2 Year Old 2010 Take first choice of two Braxton females due September 2011 from Lexington’s VG-86 full sister. Bella-View & Forest-Ridge
BUDJON-JK ENCORE ELECTRA
2ND-LOOK DURHAM JUBA 3433
EX-92 EX-MS GMD DOM 2-06 2x 365 31,690 3.9 1237 3.1 890 Barbie’s jet-black Michael granddaughter sells from a VG-87 Shottle full sister to Braxton, the #1 type bull. Sandy-Valley
EX-95 2E EX-MS GMD DOM 6-04 2x 365 46,830 4.0 1866 2.8 1294 Take a pick of Fevers from Electra’s EX Durham with 35,700M and 1400F. 3rd dam Elegance 3E-96 GMD DOM. Zank
EX-95 2E EX-MS GMD 7-04 2x 365 47,406 3.7 1734 2.8 1318 Here is a rare opportunity to buy an own daughter of Juba. Her March 2010 Laurin sells backed by 6 generations VG or EX. Car-Bon
Potential 10th gen. VG or EX
Shot Al x Roxys
WILCOXVIEW GBSN CANDY-ET
DEL-HOLLOW STORMIN TRUDY-ET
PFAFFS GIBSON RALLY
GLENRIDGE CITATION ROXY
EX-91 2E EX-MS 2-01 2x 365 33,940 3.7 1241 2.9 995 Candy is a 9th gen. VG or EX Roxy and over 157,000M lft. Selling is Candy’s fancy spring yearling by Shottle. Buttles
EX-93 EX-MS 3-07 2x 305 24,520 4.3 1050 3.1 763 Trudy is a 7th gen. EX Roxy. Selling is Trudy’s early Shot Al granddaughter from a VG 2 Year Old Fortune. Synergy Dairy
EX-94 2E EX-MS 2-04 2x 365 29,590 3.9 1152 3.0 900 Rally is a 7th gen. EX Roxy & 2x Nom. AA. Buy a January 2011 Crescentmead Arrow from a VG Pontiac then Rally’s VG full sister. Thiel & Luedtke
EX-97 4E GMD 10-1 2x 365 25,280 4.2 1060 A stylish July 2010 Talent sells from a 9th generation VG or EX Roxy. Dam is a VG-89 Outside with 31,010M and 1094F. Gates
Potential 6th gen. EX
2 Chances at Star Lilys
FOREST-RIDGE ADVENT MAJESTY
VANDYK-K STORM PIPPY-ET
ACME STAR LILY
EX-91 2E EX-MS 6-00 3x 321 32,630 4.2 1367 3.0 982 Serena’s October 2010 Outside granddaughter is a potential 6th gen. EX. Dam is an EX-90 *RC Durham, 3rd dam 4E-94 Triple Threat. Cordes
VG-87 VG-MS *RC 2-00 2x 365 22,870 4.9 1080 3.1 715 This flashy Advent is backed by an EX-91 Talent and EX-93 Rubens, Nom. AA R&W 2004. Majesty’s Sanchez summer yearling is a great State Fair calf. Forest-Ridge
VG-86 VG-MS 2-01 3x 365 31,290 4.1 1286 2.9 912 Pippy is backed by 3 gen. EX from the Paradise family. Her full age Mac winter calf is special. Royal-Vista
EX-2E CAN 5-03 2x 35,818 3.7 1338 3.2 1146 A stunning Damion spring yearling and Goldwyn embryos sell from a VG-86 Mich. 2nd dam EX Durham with 41,500M, then EX Lee Lil & Lily. Mayerlane
More Exciting Offerings... • Hilrose sends a full pedigreed Shottle fall calf from 6 generations VG or EX. Tremendous opportunity! • A high Productive Life September 2010 Million sells from the Poy-Sippi Midnight family. • Cabrito Family Dairy offers a growthy September 2010 Linjet from a VG-88 EX-MS Blackbart. 2nd dam 2E-91 Leader. • Here’s a production packed Alexander fall calf from a VG Geno with 33,800M. 2nd dam GP with 44,050M and 1540F. Seward • Jacob Riemer sends a Sonnek Damion Archimedes fall calf from a GP 2 year old Lou. 2nd dam VG and over 100,000 lifetime. • Buy an October Sanchez from a milky B-Long pedigree. This calf is backed by 5 generations over 1000F with records to 300,000 lifetime. All proceeds from the sale of this calf will benefit the Waupaca-Waushara juniors.
Sale Staff: Sale Chairman: Tom Anderson 715-754-5869 Jim Hoskens, Pedigrees 920-366-7153 Darrell Worden, Auctioneer 715-842-8098 Ringmen: Lynn Harbaugh 920-420-1524 Kevin Jorgenson 920-210-3992 Jay Jauquet 608-279-3222 Chad Ryan 920-960-1449 26 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011
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25th ANNIVERSARY WAUPACA-WAUSHARA SHOW OPPORTUNITY SALE Saturday, March 19, 2011 • 12:00 Noon • Weyauwega Fairgrounds Alexander Fall Calf
Alexander Winter Calf
WILSTAR-RS RUD AMY-ET
CYCLE DURHAM VIENNA
MARAH-DELIGHT DUNDEE DORI-ET
FARMDALE CANYON DAZZLE
EX-91 2E EX-MS GMD DOM 5-04 2x 365 46,280 4.4 2018 3.0 1393 Amy’s Goldwyn is an 8th generation EX with 29,070M and 1107F. The Goldwyn’s Alexander fall calf carries a big Alicia pedigree. Andy Peterson
EX-94 2E EX-MS 6-09 2x 365 30,700 4.2 1295 3.1 945 Vienna’s from an EX-90 EX-MS Lee. Take home Vienna’s stylish Alexander winter calf. Jacob Brey
EX-91 EX-MS 2-01 2x 272 16,200 3.7 603 3.2 524 Get a flashy Knowledge fall calf from the Adeens. Dams are GP 2Y Fortune, Dori, 2E-93 Leduc, 2E-94 Adeen and 2E-94 Ada. Ryan-Vu
EX-94 2E EX-MS *RC 5-00 2x 365 38,220 4.1 1564 3.0 1158 Dazzle is a 2nd generation EX-94 from Integrity Dixie. Take home Dazzle’s July Planet to flush. Wilstar
Sanchez Fall Calf
*RC Advent Fall Calf
Potential 9th gen. EX
MOORCLOSE GIBSON CARIBBEAN
FIVE STAR CHAMPION SASKIA-ET
ROB-CRI DURHAM MANKATO
EX-92 2E EX-MS 3-03 2x 365 32,900 3.3 1075 3.0 978 Caribbean was 1st 5 Year Old at WI Junior State Fair 2008. Her September 1 Sanchez calf can run in the big leagues. Voight-Acres
EX-90 EX-MS 3-02 3x 305 34,480 4.2 1451 2.7 932 A gorgeous *RC Advent fall calf from Saskia sells. 2nd dam is an EX-92 Leader, then a VG-88 Broker and VG-87 Prelude Spottie. Royal-Vista
VG-87 3-06 2x 36,750 3.5 1279 3.1 1157 Martini is an 8th generation EX granddaughter of Mark Marion, 2E-92 with 299,230M lifetime. Selling are Goldwyn & Mich embryos from Martini. Bremer
EX-90 EX-MS 2-01 2x 363 27,040 3.6 960 3.3 897 Grab an early RED Maxwell from an EX Advent with 1218F. 2nd dam is a VG-88 Rubens sister to Mankato with 35,538M and 1384F. Rob-Cri
Alexander Summer Yearling
Bolivia Fall Calf
Lightning Fall Yearling
B-LONG FOR MUSTANG
IOWA-HILLS COUSTO PEARL
MEYERVILLA TALENT TRILBY
WESTPHALIA INSPIR RIBBON-ET
VG-88 3-04 2x 365 46,005 3.3 1506 2.9 1323 Big milk here! Get a June 2010 Alexander from a VG-86 Dundee with 31,000M at 2Y. Next four dams VG or EX with records up to 317,000M lifetime. B-Long
VG-85 3-10 2x 365 41,320 3.1 1274 2.7 1103 Pearl is a Pala granddaughter from a VG-88 Comestar Leader. A growthy Aspen fall calf from this milky Cousteau sells. Black-Satin
EX-93 EX-MS 3-01 2x 365 27,810 4.8 1324 3.1 870 Get a Bolivia fall calf from a GP-82 2 year old Talent with 25,220M. 2nd dam VG-86 Landslide sister to Trilby. Tyler Sawall
EX-90 2E EX-MS 6-04 2x 365 27,740 4.3 1238 3.5 964 A growthy fall yearling Lightning sells from a VG-85 Delaware. Next dam VG-87 Storm with 161,000 lifetime & 3rd dam Ribbon. Westphal
More Exciting Offerings... • A stylish Buckeye winter yearling can be yours. She’s from 5 VG dams by Mr. Sam, Encore, Lee, Skychief and Starbuck. Holmland • Synergy Dairy offers a full age Red Summer Yearling by Alta24kt Gold. Dam is a VG Redman. This calf can compete with the best! • Loads of potential with a Damion December calf from a VG-86 Goldwyn. 2nd dam VG with 38,290M and 1316F. Dorsland • Harthaven sends a stylish December 2010 Bolivia from a VG-86 Roy with 25,680M. Next 2 dams over 30,000M. • Take home a growthy Outbound winter calf from a VG-87 Gibson. 2nd dam VG with 183,580M, 3rd dam VG-86 Starbuck. Holewinski • Here’s a January 2011 Fame from Craig-Kro. Dam is a 2E-91 Lindy with 29,620M and 1221F. 2nd dam a 3E-91 Flip.
For catalogs, contact: Dick Piechowski e-mail: email@example.com; Ph: 715-258-2757 Catalog available online at www.holsteinworld.com KML
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25th ANNIVERSARY WAUPACA-WAUSHARA SHOW OPPORTUNITY SALE Saturday, March 19, 2011 • 12:00 Noon • Weyauwega Fairgrounds September 2010 Durham
Atwood Fall Calf
GOLDEN-OAKS MARK PRUDENCE
OPSAL RUDOLPH SADIE
FARNEAR SHOTTLE FAVORITE-ET
LUCK-E DURHAM CORSICA-ET
EX-95 5E EX-MS GMD DOM 6-07 3x 365 62,981 3.8 2406 2.7 1706 Prudence’s daughter is Prelude Pie, 3E-93 with 41,270M and 1680F. From Pie’s 2 year old Gibson comes a September 2010 Durham. Great sire stack! Fischer-Heights
EX-92 2E EX-MS GMD DOM 2-02 2x 365 38,420 5.3 2026 3.2 1248 This outstanding brood cow has sons in A.I. and many contracted daughters. Her Million granddaughter sells from a VG Shottle. Opsal’s Ridge
VG-87 3-03 3x 48,180 4.3 2054 3.1 1500 This contracted Shottle from Ralma breeding has a son at +711NM and +8.4PL. Pick from two AltaRoss pregnancies due March 2011. Kestell
EX-93 2E EX-MS 5-07 2x 365 35,170 3.9 1389 3.4 1196 A State Fair contender here! Get an Atwood fall calf from a VG-88 Terrason, Corsica then a VG-86 Can Starbuck. Budjon
Champ Winter Calf
Goldwyn Fall Calf
SHER-EST AARON SHANIA
SANDY-VALLEY OUTSIDE ARA
ROYOLA SHOTTLE DANNI
EX-93 EX-MS GMD DOM 5-11 3x 305 46,100 3.9 1797 3.3 1521 This family milks! Selling is a November 2010 Super from a VG Duplex with 39,750M. 2nd dam VG-85 GMD DOM and 40,940M then Shania. Whitetail Valley
EX-91 EX-MS GMD 4-04 2x 365 41,110 3.4 1388 2.8 1133 Ara is a proven brood cow with 4 VG daughters and 4 sons in A.I. Take home Ara’s Brandtview Bigtime spring yearling. Danae & Ethan Bauer
VG-88 2-01 2x 365 35,910 3.7 1307 2.9 1004 Danni has sons in A.I. & exported embryos. Next 2 dams over 40,000M. Take home Danni’s December 2010 Champ. Royola
EX-90 2E GMD DOM 2-11 3x 365 46,040 3.7 1721 2.7 1235 Daphne is Shottle Danni’s granddam. Get a stylish September 2010 Goldwyn backed by an EX-90 Outside from Daphne’s VG-87 full sister. Haase
Alexander Fall Calf
Semen auction to benefit the Waupaca-Waushara Junior Holstein Association prior to the sale. SCHRAUF-ACRES ANGELINA-ET
KNONAUDALE DOLMAN ELIZA
REGANCREST STARBK DENYSE-ET
EX-93 4E EX-MS 3-03 2x 365 32,720 4.0 1323 2.8 919 Here is a deep pedigreed Alexander fall calf backed by Angelina. First two dams are EX and over 41,000M! Four-of-a-Kind
VG-87 7th Summer Yearling, WDE 2009 All-WI Summer Yearling 2009 Eliza’s summer yearling Drake can be your contender for 2011. Granddam is a 2E-91 Lyster with 34,350M. MilkSource
EX-92 3E 3-06 2x 365 24,940 4.5 1117 3.4 837 Get two shots at a Dellia. Grab a June 1 Sanchez summer yearling from Denyse’s VG-86 Skychief. Moede A high index Trump from a contracted VG-87 Goldwyn with 3 sons in A.I. Fischer-Heights
Sale Staff: Sale Chairman: Tom Anderson 715-754-5869 Jim Hoskens, Pedigrees 920-366-7153 Darrell Worden, Auctioneer 715-842-8098 Ringmen: Lynn Harbaugh 920-420-1524 Kevin Jorgenson 920-210-3992 Jay Jauquet 608-279-3222 Chad Ryan 920-960-1449
For catalogs, contact: Dick Piechowski e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Ph: 715-258-2757
Catalog available online at www.holsteinworld.com KML
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Briccows Adv Beehive-Red-ET A potential 8th generation EX by Advent. Her dam is an EX Talent with 30,000 at 2Y. 2nd dam is our 3E-92 DOM Rudolph Betcha with 235,000 lft. 3rd dam is a 2E-90 1300F Blackstar that’s a full sister to Buggs Blackstar Buffy, EX-94, All-American and Grand Champion at International Holstein Show 1996. Next 4 dams all EX, GMD & over 1000F and up to 300,000 lft. Beehive is due in July with a Secure-Red heifer calf. She’s tall, fancy & shows as a Junior 2 Year Old and she sells at the MilkSource Main Event, March 25.
Derrwyn Paradox Mary-Red-ET
EX-91 2E (91-MS) 4-10 2x 365 31,660 4.9 1542 3.1 975
Junior All-American R&W 4 Year Old 2007 Reserve Junior All-American R&W 5 Year Old 2008 By Paradox-Red from a 2E-94 Factor with 36,900 4.2 1560 & 152,000 lft. Next 6 dams are VG or EX. Mary is one of four EX sisters including Derrwyn Miss Special-Red-ET 2E-94, 3x All-American Red & White in milking form and Holstein International’s 2008 Red Cow of the Year. Mary has 2 sons in A.I. and her oldest daughters by Advent are EX-91 at 3Y and VG-87 2Y in Canada. Her fancy, deep bodied Sept. 2010 daughter by Apples Absolute-Red sells Friday night, April 8 at the RedFest at Crescentmead.
Pete, Brenda, Brent & Riley Bricco N3103 Wegner Road, Marion, WI 54950 • (715) 754-2709 e-mail: email@example.com - We are an rBST-free herd -
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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS We invite you to join us for a WI Holstein Barn Meeting! Wednesday, March 30 • 11:00 a.m. ~ Speaker: Dr. Matt Dorshorst ~ Tour the freestall barn & milking parlor ~ Sample the many cheeses produced by Harmony Specialty Dairy Foods
Ralph & Sharon Bredl & Martine Bredl-Lueck C1965 Riviera Drive, Stratford, WI 54484
RHA: 415 cows 29,369 3.89 1144 3.05 894 Herd sires always available
Office: 715-687-4236 Barn: 715-687-4826 Fax: 715-687-4011 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.harmonyho.com
Visitors always welcome
“A” Rated Ivanhoe! Crestwood Ivanhoe Molly-ET 1-11 240 17,881 742 552 inc. Molly is sired by the immortal Osborndale Ivanhoe. From an EX-92 Durham with over 37,000 at 6 years, Molly has a full brother born November 2009 that is available.
Loren & Anita Birkey Wausau, WI • 715-845-8601
Steve, Sarah, Andrew, Alayne, Audree, Annica & Angela Marcis F4016 Cty E Stratford, WI 715-687-2251 e-mail: email@example.com RHA: 2x 28,137 3.8 1076 3.1 879 Home of the “H” Family
Sabofarm Dundee Desiree EX-90
Desiree makes the 10th generation of Excellents & is out of the Durham Dreamy cow. Flushed to the new Goldwyn son, Crackholm Fever. Many embryos available inquiries welcome!
Grandeur Domain Tikvah-ET GTPI +2219, NM$ 654 Grandeur Domain Tavita-ET GTPI +2144, NM$ 624 Grandeur Domain Tamah-ET GTPI +2056, NM$ 534 Grandeur Domain Dren GTPI +2025, NM$ 473 BLIVEN FAMILY
Phone: 715-257-7255 Fax: 715-257-9152 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
R865 Mt. View Lane Athens, WI
DREAM TEAM HOLSTEINS
Don & Jenna Fahey Rick & Kathy Seefeldt 715-573-0820 715-571-0777 9371 State Hwy. 29 East, Eland, WI
Call Milkyhill Cattle Sales for rates. Dan and Michelle Mielke F2171 Huckleberry Rd, Colby, WI 54421 715-223-4371 Cell: 715-255-2356 email: email@example.com
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 34 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011
Will be done professionally. April 5 Walter Schmitz Complete Dispersal Outstanding herd selling of 214 head - 125 cows
April 23 Barron Spring Sale Selling 80 head of young cows, show age heifers, and some indexing calves.
May 7 - Vernon County Sale Selling 90 head of young cows and show age heifers. Also some indexing calves.
Contact ED mielke 715-574-2931
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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS
SCHREIBER ACRES LLC Registered Holsteins
Galen, Marlene & Bart Schreiber 2193 Wuerzburg Rd., Athens, WI 54411 Ph.: 715-223-4534 firstname.lastname@example.org
MAR-BY HOLSTEINS ~ Grand-J Baxter Sandy-ET GTPI +1799 fresh 87 & 85 lbs. on first tests ~ Mar-By Durham Larissa 6th generation EX, ETs due July by Golden Future ~ Ernlo Danaka VG-88 G’dam: Kerndtway Jolt Daisy EX-94 ~ Dalin Dundee Rachel VG-85 fresh 3rd calf - 88 lbs., 5.0%, daughter by Maxwell Mark Bychinski B921 Century Rd., Spencer, WI 54479 715-659-3844
DAL-SKI HOLSTEINS • 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
Russ & Rosie Bauman Edgar, WI • 715-352-3177
Andrew, Dana, Anthony, Devin, Alex & Danielle 715-352-3382 Fax: 715-352-3038 3475 Cardinal Lane, Marathon, WI 54448 Visitors Welcome
Gary Stankowski Owner
Good-Time Registered Holsteins
Home: 3860 Sugar Bush Rd. Mosinee, WI 54455 (715) 693-3197 Farm: 543 Hwy. S Mosinee, WI 54455 (715) 693-0799
Freeman Creek Farms Home of 5 milking Man-o-Mans
Har-Dale-Acres D Casscade-ET *RC GTPI +1983 +407 NM by Destry Dam: Goldcrest Shottle Candy-ET 2 sons in A.I. Fred, Lynne & Matt Harder 8470 Hwy. H, Athens, WI 54411 Phone/Fax: 715-257-7480 • Matt cell: 715-571-3792
Introducing new advertiser...
Ded-Dit Million Bolero-ET A fancy winter yearling heifer & possible 8th generation Excellent. Larry & Vonnie Murry Scott & Bob Murry
Halder, WI Ph: 715-693-3166
KINGDOM HAVEN FARM, INC.
Dam : Briccows Talent Bewitched-ET EX-90 (pictured) Will be flushed to Fustead Goldwyn Guthrie-ET
5117 CTH “N”, EDGAR, WI 54426 Shop: 715-352-3656 Mike & Linda King Patrick & Scott King
Kevin & June King Nathan King
Bewitched & Bolero are housed at Fustead Holsteins
Doug Dittmar Wausau, WI • 715-571-0843 MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011 - 35
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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS
FARMS “Striving for that fine line of genetic excellence”
Last Classification results 6 New Excellents Norrbom Sept Storm Unice EX-91 EX-MS Walnut-Vu Outside Elisha EX-91 EX-MS, from the Elegances, dam of three outstanding cows
North-Log Allen Eileen EX-90 EX-MS North-Log S Storm Ellie EX-90 EX-MS North-Log Talent Entice EX-90 Rama-Way SC Lorelei EX-90 EX-MS & her dtr: North-Log Linjet Lynet EX-90,
Getting Lots of Interest! Langs-Twin-B Allyson-ET VG-87 VG-MS at 2-06 2-04 2x 110 9471 4.4 417 3.0 282 inc. GTPI +2118 PTA +980M +38F +36P +604NM +5.6PL +2.06T +2.3UDC +1.04FLC 12/10 Dam: Langs-Twin-B C-5 Ashlyn-ET VG-86 DOM G’Dam: Ralma Finley C-F Chuckle-ET EX-90 EX-MS GMD DOM
Floyd & Lloyd Baumann
this dam & daughter complete 7 & 8 generations of EX from the Roxys
Marathon, WI Ph: 715-443-3595 Fax: 715-443-3833
9570 State Hwy. 153, Wittenberg, WI 54499 Telephone (715) 454-6217 Fax (715)-454-6775 Carl & June Norrbom Paul & Kim Norrbom Katelyn, Paige & Emily
Lang’s Twin Elm Farms, Inc. Fred Lang Marathon, WI Ph: 715-443-2037 Fax: 715-443-3742
How’s this for Exciting!?! Owned by: Thomas & Florine Bunkelman Brooke, Brent & Brodie
Ms Regancrest TS Stacia-ET EX-92 93-MS 2nd lact. 2-01 3x 365 30,980 3.7 1145 3.2 1003 Sire: Toystory Dam: Ms Regancrest Star EX, by Skychief 2nd Dam: Princess Di EX-92, by Convincer 3rd Dam: Wade Debra VG 4th Dam: Jed Deborah EX-95 5th Dam: Darlene EX-94 6th Dam: Dellia EX-95 7th Dam: Bell EX DOM Stacia has a Baxter due in March, a fancy spring yearling by Sanchez, 9 pregnancies due this spring by Durham and is due May 1 to Braxton. She is one of, if not the best young cow we have. We would like to thank the Regan family for the opportunity to add a member of one of the greatest cow families in the world to our herd. You’re always invited to stop in and see Stacia and a few other good ones.
Dalin Durham Taffy-ET EX-92 She is being flushed to Fustead Goldwyn Guthrie, Sunnylodge Linjet & Comestar Lauthority.
Looking forward to the show season! F4680 Walnut Rd., Edgar, WI 54426 Ph.: 715-352-2404 Fax: 715-352-7457 E-mail: email@example.com 36 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011
NOR-WAY-PETE FARMS, INC. 1751 Cherry Drive, Eland, WI 54427 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 Visitors Always Welcome!
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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS Bosside Opportunity Tag Sale report 10-19-2010 Lot 2 Lot 6 Lot 13 Lot 9 Lot 28 Lot 16 Lot 3 Lot 40 Lot 26 Lot 14
Bosside Bowser Marcia, born 9-2-10 buyer: Hilmar Holsteins, CA Bosside Ross Yaffa, born 9-1-10 buyer: Hilmar Holsteins, CA Bosside Massey Mabel, born 3-11-10 buyer: Honeycrest Holsteins, WI 1st choice Satchel x TCG Advent Rhapsody-Red buyer: Sybrandy Dairy, WI Any-Day Advent Princess VG-87 2Y buyer: Any-Day Holsteins, WI Bosside Soul Sister, by O-Styl, born 3-7-10 buyer: Reuter Dairy Inc., IA 1st choice Niagra x Coop Bosside Yelonda buyer: Lisa Raethke, WI Ms Lvndr Redrose-Red VG-85 2Y buyer: Holly Venzki, Jon White & Andy Hendrickson, WI Bosside Shottle Sherry buyer: Hank Boschma, WI Bosside Jose DeeDee (fresh 2 year old) buyer: Bremer Holsteins, WI
$8,500 $5,000 $5,800 $5,000 $4,800 $4,600 $4,100 $4,000 $4,000 $3,700
23 of 50 lots in catalog sold for $81,250, for an average of $3,532 Thank you to all those who attended & showed interest in our cattle. Good luck to the buyers.
Next Tag Sale - October 21, 2011... the Lord willing John & Tineke Boschma
Fustead Holsteins presents the 6th generation: Aiden Adam, 18 months, and his brother Bailey Bradley, born January 5!
F4513 Townline Rd., Colby, WI 54421 PH: 715-223-0534 Fax: 715-223-1114 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.bossideholsteins.com RHA: 150 cows 2x 26,473 1010F 842P
Roger & Darleen Fust Wausau, WI
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.
L-L-M Dairy Baxter Dotty VG-86 GTPI +1994 2-07 184 20,767 4.1 861 2.8 575 inc. Dam: L-L-M Dairy Shottle Dot-ET VG-86 2-01 365 30,800 4.3 1318 3.1 946 Next Dam: VG-88 BW Marshall 3-02 365 32,500 4.5 1461 3.4 1110 Next 2 dams VG-85 & EX-90
Home of Matt-Dari Holsteins
Dotty is currently being flushed and has several A.I. contracts and embryos sold overseas! We also have pregnancies by Bookem.
Maynard - Jason David - Michael 4839 Martin Lane, Marathon, WI Ph: 715-443-2347 Fax: 715-443-2644
E916 Hwy. Q, Ringle, WI 54471 PH: 715-845-7028
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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS
Breedyk Blackstar Nola EX-91 GMD DOM 3-06 365 32,870 4.2 1376 3.6 1179 The majority of our herd traces back to this great cow. She is the dam of 7 Excellent daughters scoring as high as EX-93. The Nola family is owned with Fred Lang.
Jo-Wal Bolton Lacey EX-93 4-02 365 37,699 3.6 1357 3.1 1178 One of Bolton’s best daughters - she was 1st place 4-YearOld at the District 4 Show in 2008. Lacey has Stormatic, Goldwyn, Planet and Mac daughters at Jo-Wal.
Jo-Wal Langs T-Story Nicki-ET GP-84 VG-MS +2145 GTPI 2-06 296 24,952 4.6 1148 3.6 904 inc. Nicki was the #1 Genomic tested milking Toystory daughter. She has numerous A.I. & embryo contracts and is a great-granddaughter of Blackstar Nola.
Other fine cows at Jo-Wal: • Sunny-Valley Falcon-Red EX-93 Grand Champion at WI Valley Fair 2010, owned with Jason Mell & Fred Lang
• Jo-Wal Dundee Gayle EX-91 • Jo-Wal ABide Veda EX-91 • Special O-Mans - Jo-Wal Langs Oman Nolana-ET VG-88 Jo-Wal Langs Oman Noelyn-ET VG-87 Jo-Wal
JO-WAL FARMS Joe & George Waldvogel & Sons 3604 Merrill Ave., Wausau, WI 54401 Phone: (715) 675-2858 38 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011
Jo-Wal Farms is a family operation that started a partnership of Joe & George Waldvogel in 1964. They also started their Registered herd at that time. Over the past 45 years, they have bred many outstanding cows. They have also been very successful in the show ring, having done well at local fairs, the District Show, State Show and World Dairy Expo. The Jo-Wal prefix is known world-wide as they have sold many embryos to different countries and have several active A.I. sires. The Waldvogel family would like to thank Marathon County Holstein Breeders for helping to sponsor this ad.
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Scott & Amy Courtney 2564 Pole Line Road • Ridgeway, IA 52165 Home: 563-387-0035 • Cell: 563-380-1318 • Fax: 563-387-0046
Larry and Jane are going to slow down some but are not getting out of this business. They are offering some of their very best and have extended the same offer to some of their very good friends. If you like great pedigrees and like to see good cows that we all appreciate, plan on joining us.
2-11 2X 365 28,140 4.2 1181 3.0 856 Fiesta is the All-American Summer Yearling from 2009. Her dam is an EX-90 Durham and then a VG-85 Encore. Selling is a first choice Atwood from Fiesta from five female pregnancies. Gibbs 563-876-3280
Gibbs Spirte Fiesta EX-90 EEEEV @ 4-05
Madren Maurice Gigi VG-85 @ 2-07
1-10 2x 305 18,430 4.1 747 3.0 551 Inc Gigi sells along with a materal sister by Stardust VG-86. They are backed by two VG dams.
2-02 2X 285 19,590 3.7 724 3.0 581 Inc Maggie is a Kite daughter of Dundee Maddie, selling is Maggie’s three full sister that are milking as 2 year olds, and a very special daughter by Baltimore that will be a spring yearling for this year.
Madren Kite Maggie-ET VG-85 @ 2-07
6-01 2X 365 30,460 3.2 988 2.9 880 Maddie is from an EX-90 Outside dam. Selling from Maddie are four milking daughters, one that is already Very Good, and two granddaughters.
Madren Dundee Maddie EX-90-2E
13589 - 255th St. • Redfield, IA 50233 Home: 641-744-2409 • Cell: 515-490-4290 Email: email@example.com
Madren Holsteins Larry & Jane Madren
4-08 3X 365 40,820 3.4 1376 3.0 1238 Cheyenne was the Grand Champion at World Dairy Expo in 2003. Selling is her very special granddaughter by Goldwyn that is VG-85 @ 2-11. She sells due just after the sale to Final Cut. Bierbaum 612-661-3919 Sale Hosts:
Pine-Shelter Cheyenne EX-95-3E EEEEE DOM
Madren Durham Vanna-ET NC
1-11 2X 162 9,490 4.0 378 3.2 301 Inc Vanna is a daughter of a VG-88 Encore and the next dam is Shearoad Shychief Valerie EX-96. Vanna sells along with her full sister and maternal sister by Advent.
April 30th • 11:00 AM • Fayette County Fairgrouds, West Union, Iowa
GEN-I-BEQ MORTY BARBIE (VG-87-2y-2*) 5y, 365d: 17,951 4.1 744 3.1 552 (310-350-297) kg Maternal sister to “Goldwyn”. Sons in A.I. Her Dam: Braedale Baler Twine (VG-86-2y-29*) Her Grandam: Braedale Gypsy Grand (VG-88-37*) Beth Herges
BENNER RAMOS BABYLON (VG-87-2y) GPA LPI 12 ’10: +2278 DVG +2299 She has A.I. contracts and heifers by “Astrolger”, “Icicle-P” and “Super”.
2y, proj.: 13936 4.7 660 3.5 490 (341-431-374) kg
2y, proj.: 15557 4.8 739 3.6 561 (382-483-428) kg
BENNER BAXTER BIG FOOT (VG-87-2y) GPA LPI 12 ’10: +2053 DGV +2205 She has A.I. contracts.
BENNER BAXTER BLUENOTES (VG-87-2y) Owned by Super Sweet Syndicate (Linda Kisner & Chuck Will).
BENNER JETSTREAM BLUEBELL (VG-87-2y) GLPI 12 ’10: +2114 She has A.I. contracts and heifers by “Million”.
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Cybil Fisher Photography
2y, 359d: 15747 3.7 579 3.3 526 (331-335-345) kg
Offspring and embryo inquiries are always welcome.
Peter, Burt, Donald, Shirley, Tim, Scott and RosannaPenner • Kevin and Laurie Funk Box 301, RR #1 Steinbach, Manitoba R5G 1L9 • Ph: (204) 326-1443 – Fax: (204) 326-2129 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.bennerholsteins.com 40 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011 Benner.indd 1
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Ragnar Stormatic Camilla-ET EX-92 2E
~ Sold in the 2009 California Nationals for $7,200 Her Million maternal sister, Ragnar Million Charm, is backed by 3 EX dams and sells in the 15th Badger Invitational on March 12. Charm has Camilla’s extreme frame and capacity and will show as a spring yearling. Look for her - you’ll like her!!
Elm-Lawn-G Linjet Shawna
photos by Beth Herges
~ Alexander x Linjet - Possibly a magic cross!
Shye is an Alexander summer yearling from Shawna and sells in the MilkSource Main Event, March 25. This fancy, well-grown heifer already has five VG sisters and her three EX dams average 92.7 points with 11 multiple E’s and over 915,000 lifetime to date between them. A great State Fair heifer with a very promising future!
Mark & Angie Ulness Family 4718 Cty. J, Valders, WI 54245 Phone/Fax: (920) 775-4794 E-mail: email@example.com www.holsteinworld.com/ragnar 1/11 RHA: 79 cows 25,068 3.8 946 3.1 780 BAA: 109.5% 18 PBR Awards
Ragnar Shottle Sparkle-ET, Shye’s Shottle sister, could be your pick for the Wisconsin Holstein Treasure Quest, with a little bit of luck. She has a unique blend of strength and dairyness and has that special look! MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011 - 41
Iowa-Hills Cousto Pearl-ET VG-85 Thursday, March 24 • 11:00 a.m.
WHA Barn Meeting • 130 Registered Holstein cows with RHA of 26,500M • New 97 cow free-stall barn • Cow families of proven bulls Sparta, Suede, Swift, Mast & Paradise • Lunch & speaker Dr. Chris Booth on utilizing available reproductive tools to meet your herd’s reproductive goals Visit our website - www.paradisedholsteins.com Daniel & Nancy Pagenkopf Craig & Ela, Scott, Andrea 4613 County Rd. A, Lancaster, WI 53813 608.723.4017 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Visitors Always Welcome
3-10 2x 365 41,320 3.1 1274 2.7 1103 Lifetime to date: 1144 105,480 3.2 3350 2.8 1901 Selling at the Waupaca-Waushara Show Opportunity Sale: # Tuscobia Mt Aspen Provoke born 9/25/2010 # Pearl’s stylish Aspen calf will make a great State Fair calf for any junior member - she’ll show in one of the later Fall Calf classes. 2nd Dam: Windy-Knoll-View Winny-ET VG-88 EX-MS 2-06 2x 356 23,590 4.0 941 3.0 707 3rd Dam: Windy-Knoll-View Ultimate Pala EX-94 3E DOM 5-08 2x 365 27,970 4.5 1267 3.3 932
Black Satin Holsteins Will, Amber & Nathan Cordes 412 17th Ave., Almena, WI 54805 • 715-357-3444 e-mail: email@example.com
Royola Shottle Danni-ET VG-88 VG-MS GTPI +1794 PTA +967M +43M +19P +303NM 2-01 2x 365 34,910 3.7 1307 2.9 1024 4-02 2x 278 34,612 3.5 1225 2.9 1016 inc. proj. 305 37,265 1319F 1109P Her Dam: Sewards-Folly T Deanna-ET VG-88 VG-MS GMD 4-04 2x 365 40,020 3.9 1575 3.0 1211 2nd Dam: Gateway-Acres Daphne-ET EX-90 2E GMD DOM 2-11 3x 365 46,040 3.7 1721 2.7 1235 3rd Dam: EX-90
Selling in the Waupaca-Waushara Show Opportunity Sale, March 19: a December 2010 Roylane Champion Champ-ET daughter from Shottle Danni ~ Maternal sister to consignment by AltaBaxter is GP-83 VG-MS with proj. 305 31,478 976F 829P and 11,700M over herdmates ~ Maternal brother to consignment is 11HO10522 Royola AltaDonnie, +2049 GTPI
Tom & Sharie Anderson • Justin Hintz E4898 Cty. OO, Ogdensburg, WI 54962 Phone: (715) 754-5869 Fax: (715) 754-2946 RHA 68 Cows 2x 26,122 42 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011
Danni’s dam and granddam were both purchased in the Show Opportunity Sale don’t miss your chance to take home a Champ December calf from this A.I. dam.
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Selling is a
Super daughter out of Miami Minnesota Spring Special
Hendel Super Mikan 3166-ET GTPI +2016G
Miami’s family is well known for producing high genomic numbers and great daughters. Super Mikan already has 4 sisters classified VG at 2 years of age and all 4 have contract interest!
HENDEL SHOTTLE MIAMI-ET
VG-88 DOM GTPI +1853G 2-01 2x 365d 34,010 3.7 1260 2.8 962
Selling on the Oklahoma
Spring Sale, April 9, 2011 in Stillwater, Oklahoma,
is a pick of 4 Goldchip heifers due 8/5 from Hendel Bolivr Basil 2659-ET VG-86 @ 2-08 GTPI +1925G
2-00 3x 317d 23,820 4.2 1005 3.7 881
Basil is a Boliver daughter of Oman Biffy.
GLEN-D-HAVEN OMAN BIFFY-ET
VG-85 @ 2-09 GTPI +1781G 2-07 2x 365d 34,320 3.4 1165 3.8 1298
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MATT AND PAM HENDEL FAMILY | KARL HENDEL 14306 Gap Drive, Caledonia, MN 55921 Cell 507-458-7680 | Fax 507-724-5780 firstname.lastname@example.org www.hendelfarms.com
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Walk-Era Dundee Dorita EX-90 4-02 365 26,754 4.2 1214 3.4 917 Dam: Walk-Era Kite MK Doublerose EX-90 2E 2nd Dam: Pearmont-Ltd Mandingo Rose EX-91 3E GMD Next 3 dams EX
Liessels Outside Allie EX-91 4-03 347 30,246 4.7 1408 3.1 935 Dam: Welk-Shade Astro Arielle VG-88 2nd Dam: Welk-Shade Milan Amy EX-93 2E 3rd Dam: EX Flip 4th Dam: VG-89
~ Atwood & Pagewire heifers ~ Pregnancies by Atwood & Sanchez
~ 3 Jasper, 3 Talent & 2 Advent heifers ~ Pregnancies by Atwood
Walk-Era Durham Matsui EX-90
Walk-Era Champion Matrix EX-90 2E
3-02 365 30,143 3.6 1092 3.2 978 Dam: Walk-Era Outside Marcel-ET VG-85 2nd Dam: Cherown Marsha EX-92 3E 3rd Dam: Cherown Shoremarsha EX CAN 4th Dam: Nekimi-Acres Mark Ruperta EX-92 DOM
~ Laurin heifer
6-00 365 35,845 4.6 1665 3.3 1174 Nominated All-American Winter Yearling 2005 2nd Winter Yearling, MW Spring National & MW Fall National 2005 Dam: Cherown Marsha EX-92 3E 2nd Dam: Cherown Shoremarsha EX CAN 3rd Dam: Nekimi-Acres Mark Ruperta EX-92 DOM
~ Milking daughters: Goldwyn, Dundee VG-88 & Durham VG-89 ~ 1 Stormatic, 2 Goldwyn, 1 Advent & 1 Shottle heifer
N9036 Lewiston Station Road Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965 608-432-3113 John â€˘ 608-697-2922 Tim email@example.com www.holsteinworld.com/walk-era Where dreams of excellence are bred! 46 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011
• June 2010 fancy Braxton sells. Dam is VG86 Affirmed then Vital-I Lincoln Bonnie 2E-96 GMD DOM, Grand Champion B&O WDE ‘00. Luck-E Holsteins, Hampshire, IL
• Fancy December 2010 Shottle from the Elegance family! Dam is VG Duncan, then VG-87 Terrason, EX-91 Linjet then Elegance! Ludwig Farms, Fithian, IL
• September 2010 Sanchez sells! Dam is VG-87 Outside then VG-87 Stormatic then Chief Adeen EX-94 GMD DOM! Marvin Schluter, Gifford, IL
• Selling a September 2010 Colby. Dam is VG Buckeye with 34,550 3.5 1213 2.9 1000 at 3-00. 3rd dam is 3E-90 Majic with over 150,000m lifetime! Dolls Dairy, Pocahontas, IL
• December 2010 Final Cut sells. Dam is just fresh Explode then GP-83 Champion, GP-84 Skychief, then EX-93 R-Homestead Encore Toy. David Ruppert, Nokomis, IL
• September 2010 Shacquille from the LuckE Royal Klassy EX-94 GMD, Res. Jr. AllAmerican ‘97. Dam is NC Redliner then VG Skychief then Klassy. Luck-E Holsteins
• The Roxy tradition continues! Beautiful June 2010 Shottle sells! Dam is 2E-93 then Fargo Robin 4E-94 then Roxy herself! Robert Miller, Orangeville, IL
• September 2010 Shottle sells from EX Champion then EX-91 GMD DOM Celsius back to C Continental Scarlet-Red 3E-95 GMD. Golden Oaks Farm,Wauconda, IL
• Selling a fancy September show calf from the same family as Pfaffs Gibson Rally EX94. Destry x VG-88 Damion x VG-88 full sister to Rally sells. Eddie Bue, Fithian, IL
Also watch for consignments from: Red Carpet Holsteins, Boyd Schaufelberger, Jim Ranz, David Butler & Lenkaitis Holsteins PDCA Calf Sale April 9th 2011 University of Illinois – Urbana, IL
Catalog available online at Dairy Agenda Today or contact Gene McCoy 217.840.0157
SELLING – Mil-R-Mor Shottle Rhona Born 6/19/10 Sire: Picston Shottle EX 96 GM-Extra Direct female line from Roxy, who is her 4th Dam 2nd Cross to Roxy thru Raider, the sire of her dam’s paternal granddam
Roxy – 4E 97 GMD
3rd Generation over 200,000 lbs. milk Twice Queen of the Breed International Cow of the Century Over 300 EX descendants in direct unbroken EX lines Member All-Time All-American Produce
Spring Opportunities from Golden Oaks Dam
Mil-R-Mor Marlen Robanna EX 93-2E EEEEE
Mil-R-Mor Fargo Robin EX 94-4E EEEEE
4-9 32,287m 4.6% 1481f 3.3% 1061p 4 EX Maternal Sisters – All EX Mammary A Mil-R-Mor favorite that will classify higher
8-0 31,115m 3.9% 1208f 3.4% 871p 4 EX Daughters & 3 EX Mat. Sisters, all with EX Mam.
Perhaps the best measure of how a sale animal will perform for you is how previously sold family members performed in their new environment. The cows below were all sold at a young age and developed by their new owners.
Golden-Oaks Perk Rae-Red-ET EX-90 1-11 365 31,033 3.7 1161 3.2 983 4-07 365 29,310 3.4 998 3.2 938
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2-1 365 31,490 4.3 1362 3.3 1034 5-00 54 5681 3.1 175 3.3 187
Golden-Oaks Roy 4808 1-11 97 6,265 4.4 278 3.1 197 Born: 10/27/2008 Dam is an EX Best that goes back to Neu-Way Patron Allie!
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1st Choice Colt-P X Perk sells!
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Full Sister to Marget-
Mil-R-Mor Raid Marget EEEEE EX 94-4E 5y 31150m 4.8% 1479f 3.5% 1077p
Golden-Oaks Ashock Rebel -ET Aftershock X Replay Born: September 11,2010
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2-03 299 22,705 4.4 999 3.3 745 4-04 163 15,705 3.8 598 3.1 481
Golden-Oaks Brnco Hilary-TW Born: 10/20/2010 Bronco X VG-87 Elegant then an EX-92 Durham!
Dual County Sale March 19, 2011 Brooklyn,WI
Tom Patterson Gary Janssen Nate Janssen Ethan Heinzmann www.goldenoaksfarm.com
Pfaffs-WO Durham Replay VG-88
Golden-Oaks Milln Rylee-ET Born: September 18, 2010 Bob & Kaye Miller Family Pedigree: Million x&Ralisha 765 E Rock Grove Road, Orangeville, IL 61060 819-7282 Fax: (815)8th 819-5086 Ralisha Phone: is a(815) potential gen. EX from the Saturdays!
Mil-R-Mor Raid Marjory EEEEE EX 94-4E 5y 32920m 4.2% 1385f 3.0% 992p
Mil-R-Mor Toprox EEEEE EX 94-3E 9y 43660 5.3% 2298f 3.6% 1573p
Mil-R-Mor L Robusty EEEEE EX 94-3E 8y 43730m 6.1% 2658f 3.3% 1434p
PDCA Calf Sale April 9, 2011
Golden-Oaks Shottle Vera-ET Shottle X EX Champion Born: September 16, 2010
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REVIN’ IT UP IN 2011 MN JR HOLSTEIN SHOW Thursday, June 16, 2011
MIDWEST JERSEY JAMBOREE Thursday, June 16, 2011
MN HOLSTEIN OPEN SHOW Friday, June 17, 2011
at the Sibley County Fairgrounds, Arlington, MN Home of ARLINGTON RACEWAY
Hosted by the Carver Wright Hennepin Holstein Association
The Carver Wright Hennepin County Holstein Association was Hooked on Minnesota • 14 members advertising to total 6 pages in SOUVENIR ISSUE - 0ver $4,000 • 5 members consigning to the National Sale – Great Value • Host Day Tour to Flowerbrook Holsteins – Andy and Jodene Stuewe
Special thanks to Families, Friends, Fitters, Membership, Volunteers, Convention Visitors, National Holstein CEO John Meyer and Staff, MN Holstein Staff
Thanks to the exhibitors on site – Storms Welding – Charlie Storms, Cologne Pam Klatt Designs, Norwood Thanks to the Carver County Dairy Princesses and Carver County Dairy Ambassadors for promoting the dairy products and dairy farms
Thanks to the following for donating food for visitors • Land O Lakes – Milk for all visitors • Bongards Creamery – 10 cheese trays • Kwik Trip, Waconia – Donuts and Cookies • Stuewe family – Candy Bar with Thank You message • Carver Wright Hennepin Holstein Club – Souvenir cup with club logo for each visitor. Congratulations to Jesse Behnke of Kansas City whose name was drawn for the Choice of 3 December Calves. She opted to take the $500.00. Thanks to Flower-Brook Holsteins and Do-N-Joy Holsteins for donating the proceeds from the drawing to the club.
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Purebred Dairy Cattle Association
SPONSORED BY MINNESOTA LIVESTOCK BREEDERS ASSOCIATION
9:30 a.m. Registration Begins 10:00 a.m. Dr. Ted Halbach, Extension Youth Dairy Specialist, University of WI, Madison “All about Cattle Evaluation in the Show Ring” Introducing New Score Cards Showmanship Judging Categories 12:00 Noon Lunch – Table Discussions 12:45 p.m. Judging of 4 Classes to include Holsteins and Jerseys Judge: Paul Trapp, ABS Global Placings, Reasons and Discussion 3:00 p.m. Homeward Bound
Registration fee: $15.00
Make check payable to Minnesota Livestock Breeders Association (MLBA)
To Register: Send check and Registration with Name, address, phone number and email address to (This information will be used to compile a publicized judge list): Minnesota Livestock Breeders Association Steve Pooch, Executive Secretary 18950 Langly Ave. N. Marine on the St Croix, MN 55047 Telephone: 651-323-4210
The judging workshop is open to all – any state and any judging experience. Advance registration is suggested, but will take registrations on-site.
Youth Judging Conference
Youth Dairy Judging Committee Chairs Karen Anderson, Caity Durow, Theresa Twohey 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. Snacks
Registration Begins – Registration on Site Judging Classes – Official Scott Ellinghysen Seniors – Give oral reasons to coaches Juniors – Workshops on giving reasons and placings
The contest is open to individuals and teams with prizes in all categories. It gives youth from around the State of Minnesota the opportunity to get a jump start on their dairy cattle judging skills and preparation for future judging contest. The contest focuses on educating young dairy judges on what to look for in a quality animal and provides valuable knowledge of the dairy industry as well as public speaking skills.
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Judge: Randy Gross Start Time: 9:30 a.m. with Cows, followed by the Novice Class, Heifer Classes and Showmanship Don’t Forget Following the Show – AG Olympics!
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Judge: Perry Phend, WI Associate: Dave Sprengler, MN 3:00 p.m. Showmanship 4:00 p.m. Individual classes
For Stall Requests - Contact Jeff Vinkemeier, 952-457-0204
ENTRY FORM INFORMATION Send a copy of the registration paper • Entries due June 1, 2011 • Entry Fees - $10.00 – Junior or Senior • Late entry fee applies if a copy of the registration paper is not included and if Substitutions are made. Late fee of $20.00 • Substitutions allowed if ownership is the same • Make check payable to Midwest Jersey Jamboree • Mail entry to: Jan Albrecht Telephone: 952-955-1772 5325 County Road 10 North Watertown, MN 55388 e-mail: email@example.com
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Sponsored by the Arlington Chamber of Commerce
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Minnesota Holstein Association
Open Show Judge: Brian Craswell
8:00 a.m. Minnesota Holstein Association Open Show, starting with heifers 11:00 a.m. Golden Gopher Futurity XXXIV Class Followed by Open Show Cow Classes 8:00 p.m. Vacate the Grounds For Stall Requests - Contact Andy Steinhagen - 612-581-7523
Exhibitors Meeting Thursday, June 16, 2011 - 9 a.m.
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BLUE-HORIZON BOL DELIGHT-ET VG-86 @ 2-10 CTPI +2004 aces r t t h g i l De alma R o t k c ba ith. a F r o r u J Harve & Dave Schoon 17284 150th Street, Verndale, MN 56481 Cell: 218-639-0823
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2-00 365 2x 45,049 4.2 1891 3.5 1573 1st in the Nation for Protein 1st in Minnesota for Protein 1st in Minnesota for Milk 2nd in Minnesota for Fat Numerous A.I. and Embryo Contracts
Home of Suann EX-92 National Milk and Protein Record Holder 66,080M and 2051P
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She’s Got the Look!
Selling at the 15th Badger Invitational:
Gildal-Tal-J Shottl Modesta born 9/2/2010 Dam: Md-Maple-Lawn Maricella-ET VG-86 VG-MS 2-08 2x 365 23,940 3.8 903 2.9 692 2nd Dam (pictured): Fruendly-Acre Ljet Murphy EX-96 EX-MS 3E DOM 6-07 2x 365 41,640 3.9 1633 2.9 1198 All-American Aged Cow 2001 1st Aged Cow, WDE 2001 Nominated All-American Aged Cow 2002 1st 125,000 lb. Cow, WDE 2002
3rd Dam: EX-92 2E
We are offering this stylish, wide-rumped calf at the Badger Invitational. She’s got the look of Murphy & will make a great Fall Calf for the coming show season!
~ River Divide Farm ~
Mark & Erik, Brenda & Makenna Gilbertson
Jeremy & Melanie Junk • Nathan & Keaton 15824 Holy Cross Rd., Epworth, IA 52045 563-543-7710
605 First Ave., Hollandale, WI • (608) 967-2351 firstname.lastname@example.org • BAA: 109.5%
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Scientific Gold Dish Rae-ET VG-88 EX-MS DOM
2-05 3x 365 35,210 4.1 1427 3.4 1187 Dam: Scientific Debutante Rae-ET EX-92 GMD DOM 2-02 2x 365 32,930 4.4 1440 3.2 1070 All-American 4 Year Old 2005 HM All-American Junior 3 Year Old 2004 2nd Dam: Scientific Jubilant Rae-ET EX-90 DOM 5-11 3x 365 38,880 4.1 1608 3.4 1329 3rd Dam: C Hanoverhill Tony Rae EX-96 3E GMD DOM 6-11 2x 365 40,220 4.1 1661 3.3 1331 Next Dams: EX-94 2E GMD DOM, EX-90 GMD DOM, EX-97 4E GMD Roxy Dish is the only *RC and *TV Goldwyn daughter of Debutante and is a full sister to Scientific Destry-ET. We have heifers by Baxter, Shottle, Laurin, Mr Burns, Super, Man-O-Man and Picolo-Red.
Selling on March 12 in the 15th Badger Invitational is a September 2010 Picolo from Dish.
We are also offering a pick of Dish’s Windbrook heifers in the
Dodgeramma Spring Fling April 8 • Ixonia, WI
Honeycrest Bret Relish-ET EX-90 EEEVV 4-08 2x 318 28,560 3.6 1033 3.0 847 Dam: Honeycrest Fred Reckless EX-92 DOM 4-01 2x 365 31,840 3.9 1233 3.2 1003 2nd Dam: Honeycrest Ohio Rowdy-ET VG-85 VG-MS 2-02 2x 354 24,870 3.9 975 3.3 831 3rd Dam: Honeycrest Reckless Comotion VG-85 GMD DOM 2-03 2x 365 28,740 3.9 1131 3.1 892 Next 3 Dams: VG-85, VG-86 GMD DOM, VG-87 GMD DOM
Also selling in the Badger Invitational is an April 2010 Planet granddaughter of Relish -
Our-Favorite Pixie Styx GTPI +1978 PTA +924M +37F +38P +479NM Her dam: Honeycrest Colby Pixie-ET VG-85 VG-MS at 2-10 2-00 3x 305 21,684 3.6 785 3.1 663 Pixie & Pixie Styx are owned by Cade Stanek
TODD & MARY STANEK E15265 Hillview Dr., Fall Creek, WI 54742 (715) 877-3116 • (715) 456-8718 cell (715) 877-2433 fax • e-mail: email@example.com www.holsteinworld.com/our-favorite 52 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011
Ladies at Melarry O ER & ATWO V E F
Melarry HI Metro Franny EX-92-2E
5-07 365 41,444 3.5 1447 2.9 1218 Dam: EX-93 3E Jolt with 41,070 3.7 1523 3.1 1290 VG Starbuck, EX-94, EX-92
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Rabar Shottle Temptress VG -86
3-05 GTPI +1930G 3-00 351d 30,971 3.8 1165 3.0 925 inc. Bojangles son with GTPI +2110G at IPS Dam: Rabar Outside Pandora EX-91-3E, Ex-91, EX-92, EX-91, Ex-90
RHA (127 cows): 25,113M 946F 805P BAA: 106.9 | PGH 6 Years
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Melarry Encore Fling EX-91-2E
5-06 365 32,840 3.9 1271 3.0 986 Dam: EX-90, 5-03 365d 35320 3.9 1386 3.1 1095 EX-94, EX-92
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LUCK-E Klimax Talent EX-90
5-06 305d 30,675 3.8 1158 3.0 929 inc. Dam: EX-94, EX-91,EX-92, EX-92, EX-94, EX-94, EX-90
Melvin & Darlene Hackett Spencer & Stacey Hackett Chris and Brook Rice MN 56367 I (320) 393-3056 firstname.lastname@example.org MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011 - 53
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Friday, April 8 • 7:00 p.m. • Ixonia, WI Selling 40 of the finest Red Genetics & Show Heifers anywhere!
Apple for the Picking!
Ms Apples Glamour-Red-ET VG-88 EX-MS
Scientific Gold Dish Rae-ET *RC TV VG-88 2Y
6th place Junior 2, International R&W Show 2010 Member of All-American R&W Produce of Dam & Res. All-American Best Three Females 2010 Selling is her breathtaking RED 12/10 Destry daughter. Grandam is the million dollar Apple, EX-94, All-American Junior 2 Year Old 2006 & Nominated All-American 2007 & 2009; then 6 more EX dams. Apple Genetics, Mike Deaver - 608-207-0344
2-05 3x 365 35,210 4.1 1427 3.4 1187
Selling is a first choice Windbrook for 12/11 calves from Dish Rae. What an opportunity! Her dam is the famous EX-92 Debutante, All-American 4 Year Old 2005, then 6 more EX dams back to Roxy. It doesn’t get any better than this! Todd Stanek - 715-456-8718
Only Red Daughter of Breeze
Crescentmead Summer Breeze *RC EX-90 EX-MS 2-11 2x 365 37,530 3.7 1390 2.9 1090 CTPI +2568
All-American Summer Yearling & Res. Junior Champion, WDE 2006 All-Wisconsin Junior 2 Year Old 2007 Selling is Breeze’s 5/10 stunning RED Reality daughter. She is cut just like her mother. Next dam EX-93 with 34,570 1432F, Nominated All-American Fall Yearling 2003. Breeze Syndicate - 920-988-3323
Big Time Summer Yearling
All-American R&W Fall Calf 2009 All-American R&W Fall Yearling 2010 Selling Sunburst’s maternal sister by Debonair-Red. This 6/10 heifer will knock your socks off! Also selling is a first choice for 12/11 full sister to Sunburst by Redliner. Their dam a VG-87 Advent, 2nd dam VG Wade, then EX Princess Di back to Dellia. Todd Bushmann - 563-379-3752
We are planning a fun-filled weekend. Join us Friday evening and Saturday as we sell some of the breed’s best!
Sale hosted & managed by Todd Wendorf
Todd, Christa & Landon Wendorf W2444 Evergreen Rd., Ixonia, WI 53036 54 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011
For catalogs, contact Todd at 920-988-3323 or e-mail: email@example.com Directions to Crescentmead Holsteins - From I-94, go north on Hwy. 67 8 miles to Evergreen Rd., go left 1/4 mile to farm on right.
Catalog online at www.tommorrisltd.com
Tom Morris Ltd. Sale Headquarters: Hilton Garden Inn, Oconomowoc 262-200-2222
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67th Dodgeramma Spring Fling Saturday, April 9
60 Head Sell - Maybe the Best Group We Have Ever Sold! Big-Time 4 Year Old
Vandyk-K Dundee Promise VG-87 2Y
3 Generations EX-94
Fancy & Potential 15th Generation EX
Amlaird Lee Alice EX-94 2E
Castleholm Pierce Tonya-ET EX-90
This breathtaking 4 Year Old for 2011 sells! A perfect junior project cow with the new rules. Her dam EX-92 with 34,280 1503F 1064P; 2nd dam VG-87, full sister to Integrity Paradise EX-96, Supreme Champion WDE 2000, 2002. Next 2 dams EX.
Selling is Alice’s fancy Junior 2 Shottle due 6/11 to Gold Roy sexed semen. 2nd dam EX-94 Adeen, Nominated All-American; 3rd dam EX-94 Ada, All-American.
Tonya’s potential show winning 9/10 Atwood sells. She is awesome - watch for her picture. She is also a potential 15th generation Excellent.
Tom Frozene - 608-296-3683
Crescentmead, Armbrust, Hetts - 920-988-3323
7-05 2x 365 36,980 5.0 1837 3.2 1186 All-American Junior 2 Yr Old 2003
Knows how to make the All-American Kind
KY-Blue GW Debbie-ET VG-88 2Y
2-00 2x 172 11,515 3.2 369 2.9 333 inc. All-American Summer Yearling 2009 Reserve All-Canadian Summer Yearling 2009 Debbie’s breathtaking 9/10 Jasper sells & looks just like mama. Her granddam EX-92 with 31,920 1129F, then 3rd dam EX-94 Adeen and EX-94 Ada.
4-00 2x 365 30,310 4.4 1321 3.2 920
Greg Lambert - 920-904-3655
Junior 2 Year Old carrying Atwood Heifer
Cobequid Spumantes Beaute
Utag Encore Exclaim-ET EX-91 2E
3-08 2x 324 28,700 4.0 1157 3.1 904 Res. All-American 5 Year Old 2004 Selling are two 9/10 daughters of Beaute by Shaquille & Alexander. Their maternal sister by Durham was Junior All-American in 2010.
4-07 2x 365 36,300 4.3 1554 3.2 1163
Selling is Exclaim’s stylish Shottle due 7/11 with an Atwood heifer. Next dams VG-88 Linjet, EX-96 Elegance herself then 4 more EX dams.
Darin Johnson - 920-481-1144
Dyment, Duckett & Hogge - 715-459-6480
Sarbacker & Evangelo - 608-698-2855 Big-Time Spring Yearling!
Junior 2 Year Old for 2011!
Vinrose Aftershock Bently
A Big-Time Spring Yearling for 2011! This fancy Aftershock sells. Her dam VG-88 2Y, next dam an EX-93 Outside with 25,510 1122F. Next dams EX-91 2E, VG and 2 more EX dams. Also selling is a 10/09 Goldwyn from the EX-93 Outside.
Sarah Mumm - 608-732-6372
Savage-Leigh Lavor Laura
7th at Intl. Junior Holstein Show 2010 Laura is due 6/11 with a Haven *RC heifer calf - she could be a Junior 2 to reckon with this fall. Her dam VG 2Y with 29,810 1112F, 2nd dam EX-94 GMD DOM with 48,600 2148F 1342P then BW Linda EX-92.
Chelsea & Caitlyn Abbott Assisted by:
Sale hosted & managed by Todd Wendorf For catalogs, contact Todd at 920-988-3323 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Directions to Crescentmead Holsteins - From I-94, go north on Hwy. 67 8 miles to Evergreen Rd., go left 1/4 mile to farm on right.
Catalog online at www.tommorrisltd.com
Tom Morris Ltd.
Todd, Christa & Landon Wendorf Sale Headquarters: Hilton Garden Inn, Oconomowoc W2444 Evergreen Rd., Ixonia, WI 53036 262-200-2222 Sale Staff: Tom Morris 320-267-8795 Niles Wendorf 920-390-0899 Chad Ryan 920-960-1449 Paul Trapp 608-332-0079 Kevin Jorgensen 920-960-2566
Dale Kranz 920-960-2566
Lynn Harbaugh 920-420-1524
Rodney Hetts 920-723-2595
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Welsh-Valley Complete Dispersal
11:00 AM Thursday, April 21, 2011 • Ferryville, Wisconsin
Regan-Deri S Bella-ET EX-90 @ 4-09 EEVVE
Welsh-Valley G Bonanza-ET
4-00 2X 309 30,701 4.4 1357 2.9 814 Inc Sired by Shottle, Bella sells along with 5 daughters; Goldwyn, 2 Macs, Baxter and a Million. Bella also has 5 Goldwyn and 5 Sanchez embryos selling. This pedigree extends back to the beautiful pedigree at Olmar. Her dam, a VG-85 Roy, then the EX-93 Durham Bella, back through 6 more high scoring EX cows, then 4 more VG dams.
GTPI+1838 3.10T 2.41UDC 1.90FLC Bonanza is Bella’s daughter sired by Goldwyn that will sell just fresh, along with 5 Jeeves embryos.
Regancrest S Lizett-ET VG-87 @ 4-11 VVVVV
Welch-Valley Gingerheart-ET EX-92-3E @ 9-03 EEEVE DOM
4-01 2X 317 24,222 3.9 935 3.0 735 Lizett sells due at sale time to Jeeves, carrying an ultrasounded female, along with her 2 daughters by Baxter and Alexander. Lizett’s dam is an EX-90 Durham, followed by an EX-91 Sexation and an EX-92 Blackstar.
4-07 2X 305 25,210 3.5 890 3.1 794 Gingerheart’s EX-90 Tribute daughter sells along with her fresh Gold Chris daughter. Glitter is the only red carrier daughter of Gingerheart. Watch for Glitter’s new photo, and more from this GREAT cow family!
Welsh-Valley Holsteins James Mast 11575 Hegdahl Rd. Ferryville, WI 54628-7100 608-632-1266
Scott & Amy Courtney 2564 Pole Line Road • Ridgeway, IA 52165 Home: 563-387-0035 • Cell: 563-380-1318 Fax: 563-387-0046 Midwest Holsteins, Spring 2011 - 57
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Zanzabar VG-88 86-MS 90-FL • Already over 28,000 in 3rd lactation • Due in July to Mel-Crest Razor • Roy daughter due in June to Ernesto
• Flushed to Baxter • Milking Ito daughter looks great and is bred to Bolivia
Africa GP-82 85-MS • 120 lbs. last test, proj. at 27,000 in 3rd lacattion • Serviced to Farnear Franchise Fair for 2011
• Juror Ford daughter ready to breed & is built solid • Will gain points again in June
Brocade • One of the most exciting 2 year olds in the barn • Fresh in December with a silky & stylish Blade heifer calf • 80 lbs. on 1st test with high components • Just serviced to Black-Brook Outside Cupid • Full sister to Brocade is cut the same and bred to All-Riehl Goldwyn Plateau • Her dam is bred back to Mailing again! Poly-Kow Mailing is an excellent example of the type of bulls we use in our breeding program, and we continue to use him. All three of these cows come from generations of homebred success. Solid bulls, with solid type, produce cows that work and last for us. We’ve explored many different options, but feel good old “cow sense” and “common sense” are the best way to decide matings and breed cows. We currently have a few bulls available, born September 2010. We have two in service at the Dale & Jake Roth farm in Eland and Jake says they’re built right, look good and getting the job done! Call or email for more information and pedigrees.
GOERS FAMILY DAIRY Herdsman: Matthew Goers cell (715) 584-0367 e-mail: email@example.com
Home of Da-Lynn-Jema Registered Holsteins
The Goers Family W10248 Winkle Rd., Shawano, WI 54166
1/11 RHA: 141 cows 24,411 904F 759P 138 SCC
Friday, April 1 • 11:00 a.m.
Gingerbread photo by John Erbsen; others by Beth Herges
Join us for lunch, speaker Dr. Matt Dorshorst & Holstein fellowship.
Welsh-Edge Jolt Gingerbread EX-91
Welsh-Edge Bond Ginsing VG-86
These ladies are a sample of the Leadman Ginger (EX-90 4E, 316,000 lft.) genetics we’d love to show you. Another highlight of the herd is Duchess Talent Admire-ET *RC, EX-93, who we purchased as a yearling at the Wilstar Sale in partnership with Jim & Janine Hartman, Westby. Admire looks incredible, is ready to show and is for sale as we are trying to sell all of our partnership animals. Directions to the farm: From Viroqua go south on US-14/US-61/WI-27 and turn right onto WI-27/WI-82. Follow WI-27 for 7 miles. Turn right onto Sag City Road and 2 miles to farm on left side of road.
Welsh-Edge Granola EX-90
Welsh-Edge Roy Honey EX-90
Welsh-Edge Holsteins “Breeding & Feeding for Longevity”
Ralph & Sheila Petersheim & Family Viroqua, WI 54665 (608) 675-3893 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org BAA: 108% 16 EX, 32 VG, 29 GP MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011 - 59
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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 Queen of the Breed x Model Vee EX
Goldwyn x Debutante
Scientific Gold Dior Rae-ET
VG-89 *RC CV
12/10 GTPI +2011 PTAT +3.51 #5 GTPI *RC Cow, #25 PTAT Cow 2-02 2x 365 31,895 4.7 1484 3.7 1170 • Daughters by Sanchez, Mac, Shottle, Alexander, Braxton • 1st Junior 3-Year-Old & Intermediate Champion, District 1 2010 • Dior is due in May • Dior’s *RC Shottle son Shot-in-the-DARK 7H10703 - now available at Select Sires
Talent x Debutante - Just fresh 2nd calf
Scientific Delaney Rae-ET EX-90 *RC TV 2-06 2x 365 30,598 3.3 1016 3.5 1075 • 8th Generation EX Tony Rae Roxy!
Delaney’s fancy 12/10 *RC Picolo daughter sells in the Dodgeramma/RedFest, April 8.
Rubens x EX-92 Wade x EX-91 Thor x EX-96 Tony Rae
Miss Scientific Goldfawn-ET
EX-91 6-02 2x 365 41,670 3.6 1487 3.2 1317 7-08 2x 171 17,795 3.5 614 3.1 550 inc. • Over 135,000 lbs. lifetime to date • 8th Generation EX Tony Rae Roxy! • Owned with Nate Goldenberg
Her 8/10 *RC Director sells in the 15th Badger Invitational Sale, March 12 Selling in the Purple Ribbon Classic, April 23 is a 9/10 Red Picolo from Goldfawn’s GP Debonair.
Please join us August 27, 2011, for the Wisconsin State Holstein Picnic!
Scientific Holsteins Matt & Mandy Nunes and family 11838 120th Avenue, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 54729 • (715) 288-5838 • email: email@example.com • www.holsteinworld.com/Scientific 60 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011
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~ Brood Cow from the Heart of our Dixie Family ~ Mission-Bell Outside Dasher EX-93 2E GMD DOM 3-01 365 34,955 5.4 1894 3.0 1050 5-02 365 36,756 4.3 1580 2.9 1008 6-07 365 38,903 4.1 1608 3.0 1160 Her Dam: Mission-Bell Broker Dapple EX-92 4E GMD DOM lifetime: 235,668 4.2%F 3.0%P 2nd Dam: Mission-Bell Astro Jet Deborah EX-91 2E lifetime: 218,727 3.9%F 3.0%P 3rd Dam: Mission-Bell Jetstar Dynasty EX-92 3E GMD DOM lifetime: 238,662 3.6%F 4th Dam: Mission-Bell Milu Dixie EX-94 6E GMD DOM lifetime: 306,489 3.9%F 3.2%P
Dasher has 4 EX daughters to date:
~ Dasher’s 4 EX daughters all have daughters in the herd with Direct’s James daughter being a 7th generation homebred EX with 34,365 4.3 1468 3.0 1031 at 3-05. Just fresh again, she will be flushed. ~ Other Dasher granddaughters include: Dixie Gold at Krull Farms, Bolton Dezi at Kellercrest, Baxter daughter at Bosside Holsteins, Zenith daughter at Nehls-Valley ~ Our 5 Dollar Boy granddaughters look good. We hope they continue to breed true. Although genomics may play a part in future decisions, our philosophy of breeding high type, high producing, long-living cows will not change. Matings will be determined with that goal in mind.
• Mission-Bell B Iron Direct EX-93 2E DOM 3-04 36,349 1739F 1099P • Mission-Bell Metro Deeni-ET EX 2-08 36,991 1622F 1174P • Mission-Bell Hi Metro Danni EX 4-09 32,469 1349F 984P • Mission-Bell Champ Diara-ET EX 3-07 34,787 1493F 1063P She also has 5 Goldwyn daughters in the heifer lots & a son, Mission-Bell Dollar Boy, at International Protein Sires Tom & Beth Jens Joe & Annie
Jerry & Marty Jens W4089 Hwy. V, Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085 920-564-3352
Erin, Nick, Kelly, Jimmy & Shaun
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Marah-Delight Dundee Dori EX-91 3-09 280 23,277 3.9 904 3.1 729 Dundee x EX-93 Leduc x EX-94 Adeen A *RC Sanchez Winter Yearling from Dori’s VG-85 Talent 2-Year-Old sister sells in the 15th Badger Invitational, March 12. Dori’s September 2010 Knowledge granddaughter sells March 19 in the 25th Anniversary Waupaca-Waushara Show Opportunity Sale.
Ridgeville Aspen Penny EX-92 2E 6-06 323 29,788 3.7 1107 3.0 888 Aspen x 3 VG dams
Penny’s September Atwood calf sells April 9 in the
Dodgeramma Spring Fling.
These Ryan-Vu spring sale consignments are destined for success. Also watch for our stylish Atwood September calf from the Roxys in the 2011 Wisconsin Holstein Treasure Quest! We welcome inquiries on these special heifers and any others. Mark & Mary Ryan & Family Chad & Amy Ryan & Family N3934 Hwy 175, Fond du Lac, WI 54937 Farm Phone & Fax: 920-923-3528 Chad Cell: 920-960-1449 BAA: 111.5% RHA: 25,744 3.7 944F 3.1 793P MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Spring 2011 - 63
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Youth Mentorship Program Not quite ready for an internship? Try our Youth Mentorship Program! Youth fill out a simple application and have the opportunity to shadow some of the best in the business. Information is now posted on our website at www.wisholsteins.com!
Check out the Embryo Share Program The Embryo Share Program is being established for the development of future herd animals for Wisconsin Junior Holstein members. Founded to promote the development of Registered Holstein animals, this program is open to all Wisconsin Holstein Juniors, with or without Registered Holsteins. For more information on this program, visit the WHA website.
Calf Hunt 2011 - 2012 WHA is currently looking for a generous donor for the 2011 Junior Calf Raffle. This fundraiser helps not only the state junior association, but also individual county groups, who get $1 back for every ticket sold! If interested in donating a calf, please contact WHA at 1-800-223-4269.
Midwest National Spring Show Juniors are encouraged to participate in this year’s Midwest National Spring Holstein Show, to be held at the Jefferson County fairgrounds on Saturday, April 16. The spring show is recognized as a National Regional Junior Show. Entry forms are available on the WHA website or by contacting the office.
County Scrapbook Info Needed The Green County Juniors and Klossner family have volunteered to do the State Scrapbook for the National Holstein Convention. Please send information to email@example.com or mail to 9424 Ness Road, Mount Horeb, WI 53572. Questions? Call the WHA office or the Klossners, at 608-527-2654.
2011 Junior Calendar of Events March 19-20 Junior Farm Tour Trip April 15 15 16
Showmanship Contest - Midwest National Spring Show Midwest Red and White Holstein Show Midwest National Spring Show
May 21-22 Cow Camp, Sugar Creek - Ferryville, WI June 1 Summer Junior Journal on the Web 22-25 National Junior Holstein Convention, Richmond, VA July 11 Junior Judging & Classification Contest 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 Check out photos and information on upcoming events - visit the web or WHA Facebook fan page!
$$$ March Holsti-Bucks $$$
County Reports Due to WHA Office If you have not done so, please send your county reports to the office as soon as possible. It is important that the office has an updated form from each county on file, and forms must be turned in to receive 2011 membership rebates! To replace a lost form, contact the office.
District Show Showmanship Contest This summer the JAC’s will have a showmanship contest at each of the nine district shows. The contest will have three age divisions at district shows, including a 10 and Under, Junior (age 11-15), and Senior (age 16-21) division, with ages as of January 1, 2011. The top three in the Junior and Senior divisions at each district show will be eligible to compete at the WI Championship Show Showmanship Contest, to be held following the heifer show in Fond du Lac on July 11. Awards and a judge will be provided by the JACs, and an ice cream social will be held after the contests. Watch for more details in the May issue of the News!
Fitting and Showmanship Clinics If your county would like a Junior Activities Committee member to attend a fitting and showmanship clinic this spring, please contact the office at least two weeks in advance at 1-800-223-4269. 20–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/March, 2011
Identify the people above to receive holsti-bucks! Submit to WHA, 902 8th Ave, Baraboo, WI 53913 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by April 1 with answers. County hosti-buck counts are posted on the web monthly at www.wisholsteins.com!
Join Us for Cow Camp 2011! Sugar Creek Camp, Ferryville, WI Tentative Cow Camp Schedule Saturday, May 21 12:30 p.m. 1:30-5:00 p.m.
Sunday, May 22 Registration 8:30 a.m. Breakfast Workshops 9:00 - 11:30 a.m. Workshops - Showmanship, Bovology, Advertising Fitting, Photography Veterinarian Group Photo Nutrition Ag Olympics Classification 12:00 noon Lunch 6:00 p.m. Evening Meal 1:00 p.m. Clean up Dairy Bowl/Jeopardy Activity 1:30 p.m. Campers dismissed The Amazing Race Campfire Any youth age 14 and under interested in any breed of the dairy cow are welcome to attend. Have fun while learning about cows and meeting other youth from across the state! Cow Camp is also a great way to get to know your Wisconsin Junior Activities Committee members! Cow Camp this year will provide some excellent opportunities with science workshops and more! Look for updates and additional details in the April WHA News. Details will also be posted on the web at www.wisholsteins.com.
Cow Camp Registration May 21 & 22, 2011 - Sugar Creek Camp, Ferryville, WI Camp Fee - $40/person (Junior or Chaperone) Campers should be 14 & Under Name: ____________________________________________________________ Age: ____________ Adult or Junior (Circle one)
Boy or Girl (Circle one)
Address: __________________________________________________________________________ Email: ____________________________________________________________________________ City: ____________________________________ State: ____________ Zip: _________________ Telephone: ____________________________________ County: ____________________________ Return to: WHA, 902 8th Ave, Baraboo, WI 53913. Registration deadline is Friday, April 29. wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/March, 2011-21
Wisconsin’s 2010 All-American Nominations Spring Calf Sco-Lo Durham Molly-TW, John Cannon, IA & Graisson Schmidt, Melrose Signature A Kiss, Sheryl Deaver, Shelley Hardy & Babydoll Genetics, PA & Edgerton
Winter Calf Kingsway Goldwyn Abba Dabba, Kingsway Farms, ON & Jason Mell, Merrill Kingsway Goldwyn Allybaba, Kingsway Farms, ON & Jason Mell, WI
Summer Yearling Crestomere Dundee Dee, Mike & Sheryl Deaver & Bartcrest Holsteins, Edgerton Fischerdale Damion Reality, Macy, Mackenzie & Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona Willows-Edge Jasper Mars-ET, Henk & Bonnie Van Dyk, New Richmond
Junior 2 Year Old Rosedale Lexington-ET, Rosedale Genetics, Ltd, Oxford
Junior 3 Year Old Brainwave Goldwyn Lauramie-ET, MilkSource Genetics, Kaukauna Budjon-JK Emilys Edair-ET, Budjon Farms & Joel Kietzman, Lomira
4 Year Old Budjon-JK Fallen Embers-ET, Budjon Farms, Joel Kietzman & GlazWay Enterprises, Lomira Luck-E Dundee Jenna, MilkSource Genetics, Kaukauna Rolling-Spring G Essence-ET, Budjon Farms, Joel Kietzman & Charles Bean, Lomira
Aged Cow Harvue Roy Frosty, Mike & Julie Duckett, Jim & Nancy Junemann & Scott Armbrust, Rudolph Stone-Front Advent Laverne, Shane Nodolf, Belmont
125,000 lb. Cow Stone-Front Iron Pasta, Mike & Julie Duckett & George Kasbergen, Rudolph Van-Goh Durham Treasure, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph
Siemers Goldwyn Goldie-ET, Jordan & Whitney Ebert & Jacob Brey, Algoma
Senior Best 3 Females
Junior Best 3 Females
Produce of Dam
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Produce of Budjon-JK Storm Emily, Elegance Futures, Lomira
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Wisconsinâ€™s 2010 Junior All-American Winners & Nominations Spring Calf
Milking Fall Yearling
Siemers Dundee Ana-Lynn-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers, Newton
Winter Calf RES Nom
Siemers Goldwyn Suzy-Q-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers, Newtone Co-Vale Dundee Kira-ET, Kelly Lee, Johnson Creek
Fall Calf AA Nom
Ms Duckett Durham Beauty-ET, Calep DeWitt, Clinton Ryan-Crest Sanz Extacy-ET, Kyle Natzke & Dylan Ryan, Fond du Lac
Summer Yearling RES Nom Nom
Siemers Affirmed Astounding, Crystal Siemers-Peterman, Newton Fischerdale SS Eccentric, Macy, Mackenzie & Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona Fischerdale SS Excuse, Macy, Mackenzie & Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona
Spring Yearling AA Nom Nom
Ms Blondin Dundee Bree-ET, Chloe Vosters, Kaukauna Krull Jasper Eventful, Cassy Krull, Lake Mills Siemers Goldwyn Glams-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers, Newton
Winter Yearling AA
Siemers Goldwyn Goldie-ET, Jordan & Whitney Ebert & Jacob Brey, Algoma HHM Mill-Wheel Adv Cavalli-ET, Kelly Lee, Johnson Creek
Fall Yearling Nom Nom
Mill-Wheel Adv Carolina-ET, Kelly Lee, Johnson Creek Kinyon Jasper Julie-ET, Danielle & Sean Brown & Jessica James, Dodgeville Me-Do-Meadows Dunde Allison, Calep Dewitt, Clinton
Senior 2 Year Old AA
Laumax Final Cut Tamia-ET, Crystal Siemers-Peterman & Jordan Siemers, Newton RES Shea-Hi Damion Amber, Adam Field, Reedsburg HHM Crave Aspen Asia, Patrick Crave, Waterloo
Junior 3 Year Old RES Willows-Edge Advent Malika, Jordan Van Dyk, New Richmond HHM Meyervilla Lou Tanya-ET, Kayli & Kalista Hodorff & Kyle Natzke, Eden
Senior 3 Year Old RES Nom Nom
Pyramid Goldwyn Shimmer-ET, H, K & C Vosters & C, M & S Ostrom, Kaukaun Calori-D Goldwyn Marrita-ET, Crystal Siemers-Peterman & Jordan Siemers, Newton Paule-View Dundee Lauren, Dustin Kirkpatrick & Suton Paulson, Juneau
4 Year Old AA RES Nom
Siemers Alisha Gold Ava-ETS, Crystal Siemers-Peterman, Newton Paradise-D Shotl Glystal-ET, Andrea Pagenkopf, Lancaster Hazel-Bush Flap Flower, Beth Nelson, Blair
Aged Cow AA
Stone-Front Advent Laverne, Shane Nodolf, Belmont
Co-Vale Dundee Phlox-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers, Newton Pfaffsway Aspen Breeze, Casey & Larissa Pfaff, Alma Center
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ACKY WPoint of View Editor’s Comments
Welcome to another special Midwest Holsteins issue - March 2011 is the 5th anniversary of our inaugural Midwest Holsteins issue. It’s been a joy to work with the other Midwest editors over the years and I am proud to say we’ve provided Holstein Breeders across five states expanded advertising opportunities for a reasonable price. I hope you’ll enjoy reading through the ads in this issue. I’m excited to announce that full issues of the News are now available online. You can access the electronic version of the News by going to the Publications tab on the WHA website www.wisholsteins.com - and clicking on “This Month’s Features”. Click on the picture of this month’s cover and it will take you to the current issue. This month’s issue contains info about the upcoming Barn Meetings I hope you’ll take an afternoon to come to one of the meetings. We have four great herds lined up as hosts and two respected young vets, Dr. Chris Booth and Dr. Matt Dorshorst will be featured speakers at the meetings. More information and directions to each farm is printed on page 6. Next month will be our Production issue and will feature Top Performer winners, 300,000 and 400,000 lb. lifetime cows and results from the Adult Convention. If you have a late spring sale consignment you’d like to advertise give me a call by March 10. Our May issue will be our “Genomic Stars” issue - so if you have a special cow or heifer you’d like to advertise please give me a call by April 11. If you haven’t heard, Ashley Yager has left WHA for a job at ABS Global. We will miss her greatly at WHA and wish her the best of luck in the future. I’d like to personally thank Ashley for all her hard work on articles and special features for the News the last four years and all her work to promote WHA and it’s members. It’s been an honor to work with you and I appreciate everything you’ve contributed to WHA. Thank you for your dedication to Wisconsin Holsteins and for your friendship!! 24–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/March, 2011
March 2011 Classifying in Brown, Calumet, Door, Kenosha, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Sheboygan, Washington & Waukesha counties 5 North American Breeders Showcase, managed by Butler-Fellers Auctions, Inc., Elkhorn 12 15th Badger Invitational, Madison, Tom Morris Ltd. assisting 16 Roma Acres Dispersal, Ronald Paider, owner; managed by Great Northern Land & Cattle Co., Inc., Fond du Lac 19 25th Anniversary Waupaca-Waushara Show Opportunity Sale, Weyauwega Fairgrounds 19 Green|Rock Dual County Sale, WFA Sale Facility, Brooklyn 24 WHA Barn Meeting, hosted by Paradise-D Holsteins, Dan & Nancy Pagenkopf family, Lancaster 25 MilkSource Main Event, hosted by MilkSource LLC, managed by Great Northern Land & Cattle Co., Inc., Fond du Lac 28 WHA Barn Meeting, hosted by Forest-Ridge Holsteins, Kurt & Sarah Loehr, Eden 30 WHA Barn Meeting, hosted by Harmony-Ho Dairy, Ralph & Sharon Bredl, Stratford April 2011 Classifying in Dane, Grant, Green, Iowa & Lafayette counties 1 WHA Barn Meeting, hosted by Welsh-Edge Holsteins, Ralph & Sheila Petersheim family, Viroqua 2 Sunny-Valley Holsteins Complete Dispersal, Ron & Jean DeBuhr & Family, Belmont; managed by Great Northern Land & Cattle Co., Inc. & MD-Hillbrook 4 Castleholm Holsteins Complete Dispersal, Mondovi, managed by Tom Morris Ltd. 7 District/Local Chairs meeting for District Shows, WHA office, Baraboo 8 RedFest Sale, hosted by Crescentmead Holsteins, Ixonia, managed by Todd Wendorf, assisted by Tom Morris Ltd. 9 Dodgeramma Spring Fling, hosted by Crescentmead Holsteins, Ixonia, managed by Todd Wendorf, assisted by Tom Morris Ltd. 15 Midwest Spring Red & White Show, Jefferson 16 Midwest National Spring Show, Jefferson 21 Welsh-Valley Complete Dispersal, James Mast, managed by Courtney Sales 23 Purple Ribbon Classic, managed by Wood Area Holstein Breeders, Marshfield 23 Barron Spring Classic, managed by Barron Co. Holstein Breeders 30 Elm Park Farms Complete Dispersal, managed by The Cattle Exchange, Sheboygan Falls May 2011 Classifying in Columbia, Dodge, Fond du Lac, Green Lake, Jefferson, Marquette, Rock & Walworth counties 14 Hardwater Holsteins Complete Dispersal, Brian Berg, owner; managed by Tom Morris, Ltd., Ellsworth 16 Jennelane Holsteins Complete Dispersal, Larry Jenneke, managed by Courtney Sales, LLC, Chetek 20 44th Annual Outagamie County Spring Sale, Seymour 21-22 Cow Camp, Sugar Creek Bible Camp, Ferryville June 2011 Classifying in Langlade, Marathon, Menominee, Oconto, Outagamie, Shawano, Waupaca, Waushara & Winnebago counties 15 District 7 Holstein Show 16 District 5 Holstein Show, Mauston 17 District 10 Holstein Show, Manitowoc 20 District 1 Holstein Show, Ellsworth, District 2 Holstein Show, Galesville 21 District 6 Show, Janesville 22-25 National Holstein Convention, Richmond, Virginia 23 District 4 Show, Athens 29 District 3 Show, Richland Center July 2011 Classifying in Adams, Crawford, Juneau, LaCrosse, Monroe, Portage, Richland, Sauk, Vernon, Wood counties 11-12 Wisconsin Championship Show, Fond du Lac August 2011 Classifying in Barron, Buffalo, Dunn, Eau Claire, Jackson, Pepin, Pierce, Polk, St. Croix, Trempealeau 13 25th Anniversary Wisconsin Holstein Futurity, WI State Fair Park 27 WHA State Picnic, hosted by Scientific Holsteins, Matt & Mandy Nunes family
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ABS Global . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IFC Accelerated Genetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BC Alpha Genetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Cybil Fisher Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Initial Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Interglobe Genetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 International Protein Sires/Our Help . . . . . . . . . IBC Koepke Farms, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Misty Meadows Wood Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Morris Ltd., Tom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Pete’s Auction & Photo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Purple Ribbon Sale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Rickert Bros. LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Rural Mutual Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Rural Mutual Ins./Brian Greenman . . . . . . 18 & 25 Second-Look Holsteins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Taurus Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 The Practice Veterinary Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Tricor Insurance/Kim Esser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Ultrascan, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
MIDWEST HOLSTEINS ADVERTISERS Black-Satin Holsteins .......................... 42
Nova-TMJ Golden Edie-ETS
Bricco’s Cow Town .............................. 31 Dodgeramma Spring Fling .................. 55
VG-87 VVVVV 3Y DOM • GTPI +1888 2-4 2x 365 30,230 4.8 1445 3.4 1037 Edie is one of the Fab Five, the only 5 full sisters to rank in the top 100 CTPI list on a single run.
Forest-Ridge Holsteins ........................ 24
Her special November heifer by Garrett has an exciting 2/11 GTPI +2200 and can be yours on March 25th!
Thomas, Lance & Ryan Kamm 1710 190th St • New Richmond, WI 54017 715.760.0055 Lance • 715.760.0051 Ryan
Nova and Friends Tom & Sandy Morris Amery,Wisconsin
Marvin Johnson, DVM Roberts,Wisconsin
Holstein Association Representatives
Gildale Holsteins/River Divide Farm .... 51 Goers Family Dairy ............................ 59 Green|Rock Sale ................................ 45 Hopeful Headlines .............................. 51 L-L-M Dairy ........................................ 11 Marathon County .......................... 34-38 MilkSource Main Event .................. 20-21 Mission-Bell Dairy Farm ...................... 61 Paradise-D Holsteins .......................... 42 Our Favorite Holsteins ........................ 52 Ragnar Holsteins ................................ 41 RedFest Sale ...................................... 54 Royola Holsteins ................................ 42 Ryan-Vu Holsteins .............................. 63 Scientific Holsteins .............................. 60
Sarah Trapp W16080 Merlin Road, Taylor, WI 54659 608-525-2901 cell: 608-628-1978 e-mail: email@example.com
Sunny-Valley Complete Dispersal ........ 67
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UW-Madison .............................. 5 & 29
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Synergy Dairy .................................... 12 UW Farm & Industry Short Course ...... 17 Walk-Era............................................ 46 Waupaca-Waushara 25th Anniversary Show Opportunity Sale .......... 26-28 Welsh-Edge Holsteins .......................... 59 Welsh-Valley Dispersal ........................ 57 Westphalia Farm .................................. 9
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March 2011 issue of the Wisconsin Holstein News. Contains the Midwest Holsteins section, Junior Convention results and WHA Spring Barn Meeti...