Volume 86 No. 9
Midwest Holsteins issue Wisconsin State Fair results Wisconsin Holstein Futurity results 2017 WI Holstein Futurity entry form Breeder Profile: Johnson Holsteins
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www.wisholsteins.com October 2014
VOLUME 86 No. 9
Features: 8 Breeder Profile: Johnson Holsteins 10 Wisconsin State Fair Results 18 2017 WHA Futurity entry form 20 Wisconsin’s Elite Performers MW 34 WHA Futurity Results
Departments: 6 6 7 7 7 16 23 26 28 29 30
Annual Supporters Wisconsin Holstein Briefs From the Field: Sarah Trapp, Holstein USA From the President: Chris McCullough Teatime with Teapot: WHA Princess Kayla Krueger National Directors’ Report Breeder Business Cards WHY Page Calendar of Events & Editor’s Comments Classified Advertising Index to Advertisers
On The Cover
This month’s cover photo by Christa Wendorf features the winner of the 2014 Wisconsin Holstein Futurity, Mar-Linda-K Damion Jilette. Jilette is owned by Nicole Wright, Watertown.
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Wisconsin Holstein Briefs
WHA MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
D Congratulations to Jason and Ami Lasecki, Shawano, on the birth of their daughter, Kaili May on August 18. Kaili weighed 6 lbs. 10 oz. and was 20 inches long. K The University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences will present its Honorary Recognition award to Shelly Mayer of Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin on October 16. These are the highest honors bestowed by the college. The Honorary Recognition Award, established in 1909, recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to their professions, their communities and the university. The Distinguished Alumni Award, which recognizes outstanding lifetime achievement and service, has been presented since 2009. The Distinguished Service Award, first presented in 1994, recognizes meritorious service by CALS faculty and staff members. Shelly is the executive director of PDPW and received her agricultural journalism degree from UW-Madison. PDPW is the nation’s largest dairy producer-led association of its type, focusing on education, networking and professional development to help dairy farmers build more profitable businesses. Under Shelly’s leadership, PDPW has grown from 50 members and a $10,000 annual budget to more than 1,600 members and an annual budget of $1 million. Shelly and her husband own and operate a dairy farm in Slinger. Shelly currently serves on the CALS Board of Visitors, is an active volunteer in her community, a mentor to students and a valued spokesperson for the dairy industry. Congratulations Shelly! U There are two new additions to the Voight-Acres family. Cole and Amy Voight, Shiocton, welcomed son Benjamin Cole on August 16, weighing 7 lbs. 9 oz. and 21 inches long. Mitch and Amanda Voight, Shiocton, welcomed son Corbin Stanley on August 19, weighing 10 lbs. 8 oz. and 22.5 inches long. Ben and Corbin are the grandsons of Steve and Sue Voight of Voight-Acres. Congratulations!
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Tea Time with Teapot
Hello Fellow Holstein Enthusiasts! The summer heat has come and gone, as we move onto the fall time of year. This certainly means cooler weather, harvesting crops, and Expo is quickly upon us. What’s not to love about this time of year? However, as we look back, this summer has been filled with an exhilarating amount of Wisconsin Holstein Association events. We simply could not have ended the summer on a more rewarding time than the Wisconsin State Fair. A large ‘Congratulations’ goes to everyone who participated in the open show, Futurity or in the largest junior dairy show in the country. I hope many of you were able to make the Wisconsin Holstein Association picnic that took place at the astounding Budjon Farms in Lomira! This state is so fortunate to have world-class breeders and care takers right here in Wisconsin. Their hospitability was magnificent, as it was a day filled with astonishing facilities and phenomenal cows! A huge ‘Thank you’ to Budjon Farms & ABC St. Jacobs for their warm welcoming. October brings Expo so best of luck to all the exhibitors participating in this year’s show. If you are not parading across the colored shavings, be sure to come to World Dairy Expo regardless - as this is an exhilarating time to meet industry people, visit the World-Class trade show geared towards dairy farming and watch the best dairy show in the world. Award forms were due September 15th, for 12 & Under, YDJM and DJM. For those of you who are interested, do not miss out on the opportunity to participate in the WHA Royalty Application, Junior Farm Tour Award, WHY friend Award, Junior Progressive Breeder Award, Essay Contest, Speaking Contest, Dairy Jeopardy and Dairy Bowl, as they are all due November 15th. There is so much to offer in Wisconsin Junior Holstein Association that triggers different interests for everyone to participate and be involved. Please take advantage of these opportunities while you can! If you are interested in applying for the 2015 Wisconsin Holstein Princess or Princess Attendant position, mark your calendars for Saturday, October 25th! We are holding the 2nd annual Royalty Boot Camp at the office in Baraboo from 10 am to 4 pm. Kristen and I will walk potential candidates through the responsibilities of the role. It is not required to attend in order to apply however this session will certainly help give you a better idea of what the role fully entails and is lots of fun! ’Til our next cup of tea! Kayla Krueger
From your President Chris McCullough Dear Wisconsin Holstein members, As I write this column summer seems to be a distant memory as it was 39 degrees this morning witch means fall seems to be in full swing or as many of us call it “Expo Weather.” I certainly hope everyone gets a chance to see the brand new barns at this year’s World Dairy Expo. As many of you know, these barns will also be our new home for both our Midwest Spring National and the Wisconsin Championship Show for at least the next three years. I’d also like to encourage you to make a point to stop at our booth in the lower level of the coliseum while you’re at Expo as well. Next year will be the 125th anniversary of the Wisconsin Holstein Association. Paula Bovre, our Vice President, is chairing this committee and they have put together several different activities and promotional items. Please check them out as more information becomes available. Just as a reminder that the WHA Younger Breeder and Distinguished Breeder award forms are due soon. You can download all of these forms from our website. I hope everyone has a safe and successful harvest season. Chris McCullough
FROM THE FIELD By Sarah Trapp, Holstein USA Regional Field Rep As we all know, when the fall harvest is approaching time is valuable, so anything that can help save time is a blessing. If you currently use genetic data and genomics in your herd, then be sure to check out Enlight. Enlight is a new management tool designed to help Holstein producers effectively manage their genetics. Enlight is a web-based program, accessible on a computer or tablet, and is the result of an alliance between Holstein Association USA and Zoetis. This program makes the process of obtaining and utilizing your genetic data quick and efficient. There is no charge to enroll in Enlight, therefore any producer who has genomic tested an animal is eligible to use the program. All genomic samples submitted by Enlight users will be analyzed using Clarifide, a DNA-marker technology for optimizing selection and management of dairy animals. If you have questions about Enlight or would like to enroll, please contact Chris Lyons at 920.723.2406, Dennis Devore at 319.270.5038, or me at 608.628.1978.
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Johnson Holsteins The Johnson Family, Baldwin by Ashley Yager
The Johnson Family - front, left to right: Bob, Nancy, Krista holding Mckinley, Brad and Jessica; back: Matt, Ashley and Pat addition to add another 70 freestalls to the barn. Through the expansion process, the family has been able to grow their herd numbers internally, largely through the number of heifer calves born through the last few years. The Johnsons averaged a 70% heifer rate through two years, without the use of sexed semen. The herd now has an rolling herd average of 23,000 pounds of milk, and is scored every seven months. The Registered Holstein portion of the family farm was brought into play when brothers Matt and Brad decided to explore a new business ometimes all it takes to get a great start in the Registered Holstein venture. Their first purchase with the help of mentor Steve Berland was business are outstanding mentors and a little bit of luck. For Matt and Morningview Gldwn Lidia-ET, VG-87, acquired from a Summer Event Brad Johnson of Johnson Holsteins, their passion to get into the purebred Sale. Matt and Brad were a little nervous to share her price tag with Bob, business and market elite genetics has led them to much success and but their father has been very supportive and helped them get started positive promotion of the farm. With the right brood cows, these brothers through the use of herd recipients. Lidia was lost early with an injury, but have a bright future in the industry and carrying on the next generation at she left behind many descendants that the Johnson brothers are still the home farm. working with. Lidia sent 12 bulls to stud worldwide, had outstanding The Johnson family has been farming in the Baldwin, Wis., area since genomic numbers, and was the first cow that Matt and Brad set up to flush 1904. Matt, Brad, Jessica and Pat are the fifth generation on the farm, every 28 days. Her two-year-old record at 2-01 2x and 365 days yielded under the ownership of parents Bob and Nancy. Matt, Brad, and Pat are 33,220 pounds of milk, with 4.0% 1314 fat and 3.2% 1056 protein. involved in the operation on a daily basis, while their sister Jessica is in Matt and Brad have been fortunate to make great connections early school at UW-Stout for graphic design. Pat is a graduate of UW-Madison in their careers, including a relationship with Jon Larson of Larcrest Farm and Industry Short Course and runs a hay baling business in addition Holsteins. They purchased a pick from Jon in the Top 10 sale, and the only to his farm responsibilities. resulting heifer was one of their founding mothers and brood cows, The farm consists of 450 owned acres, with 1500 total acres managed. Larcrest Constance-ET, EX-90 at six years of age. This Mac daughter of They grow corn, alfalfa, soybeans and barley. The Johnson family originally Outside Champagne, EX-90 GMD DOM, produced at 3-10 2x and 305 milked Registered Guernseys, but days 27,390 milk 3.7% 1003 fat in the mid 1980s began breeding and 3.0% 832 protein. Constance them to Holsteins. They still have has been a true matriarch in the a few Guernseys in the herd, but Johnson’s herd, as her offspring almost all of their 300 milking have had outstanding genomic head remain Holsteins with a few results, flush well, and have sold crossbreds sprinkled in. extremely well in consignment In the fall of 1998, a 1.5 sales. million gallon pit was the first step Constance has been flushed to in the Johnson’s expansion process. Man-O-Man, Snowman, ShamUntil the mid 2000s, cows were rock and Earnhart-P. She has a milked in the original stanchion Shamrock son at ABS (Charlie), barn and switched. A 170-cow and is bred back for winter to freestall was built and a double Tango for Genex. Her Snowman eight herringbone parlor followed daughter topped the Wisconsin shortly after. The Johnsons Convention Futures Sale in 2012, utilized the milking barn for the with a then-GTPI of +2355, and new parlor, and as a result had sold to Harry Broekhuis of Holland. a smooth transition with their She is now VG-85 and housed at milking herd. Just a few weeks Ever-Green-View in Wisconsin. before their profile interview, the The Johnsons have also exported Morningview Gldwn Lidia-ET VG-87 Johnsons completed their latest a large number of embryos from
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Constance. They are currently working with her Halogen great-granddaughters that are +2494 and +2506 GTPI. Another prominent female the Johnsons are working with is Larcrest Carabella-ET, VG-86 DOM. Carabella, a Shottle sister to Constance, with a 2-05 2x record at 305 days of 24,500 milk with 4.5% 1050 fat and 3.1% 763 protein, was purchased at a holiday ET sale and has been a marketing machine for Matt and Brad. Of her five Bookem daughters, one sold to Genex by way of the National Convention Sale, and another to a breeder in Minnesota through the International Intrigue. The three that remain on the farm are all fresh in their first lactation, and scored GP-83, GP-84 and VG-85, respectively. The highest scoring daughter, Matcrest Bookem Coastal-ET, has sons in AI and embryos in Holland. Matcrest Bookem Cookie-ET, GP-84, also has a few sons headed to AI, and her daughters are being flushed to Supersire and Olegant. Schillview M-O-M Genally-ET, VG-86 DOM with +2125 GTPI, +544 NM$ and +2.12 PTAT, is another individual making waves. With sons by Tango (+2464 GTPI) and Predestine (+2442 GTPI) in AI, Johnsons are also flushing her +2390 Platinum daughter, a +2250 McCutchen daughter, a +2370 Balisto daughter and a +2350 Supersire daughter. Genally is a Man-O-Man from a Jet Stream that at 2-05 2x and 305 days produced 27,060 milk with 3.9% 1054 fat and 3.3% 893 protein. Genally’s Goldchip daughter is just fresh and is garnering interest from AI studs, with a +2467 GTPI Balisto and +2462 GTPI Supersire son in AI. Genally herself has sons over +2350 GTPI at ABS, and is an outstanding transmitter. In fact, one of her Supersire sons is almost +2500 GTPI. Finally, the Johnsons have also invested in the Planet Silk family, with Dymentholm Sunview Shar-ET, an Epic with +2218 GTPI, +656 NM$ and +2.26 PTAT. Shar is the dam of the number two Red GTPI bull at +2350, and her embryos have gone to Europe. She is due early this winter to Tatum (Uno x Colby). With the success of marketing high genomic females, it’s no wonder the semen inventory at the Johnson farm has sires like Silver, Powerball, Yoder, Monterey, Oktoberfest, Delta and Draco. The Johnsons are using 100% genomic semen, focusing primarily on GTPI, net merit, milk and protein to fit their buyer’s demands. They also try to focus on sires that are over +2.00 PTAT, UDC and FLC. In the freestall environment, they favor a smaller, more rugged cow that works better in their operation while still maintaining a good blend of type for good-looking individuals. The Johnsons have been utilizing IVF through Trans Ova the last six months to make females from their high profile cows. They now IVF or flush 6-10 females a month. The Johnsons have some older favorites in the herd sired by Sandy, Shamrock and Durham, while some of their good young cows are from Bookem, Iota, Facebook and Massey. Heifer pens feature daughters by Supersire, Headliner, Large, Jackman, Platinum and Uno. Matt credits some fellow dairymen for helping spark his interest in high-profile genetics. Initially, Marv Johnson and Fritz Larson lit the flame, and when Matt met Jon Larson it was ‘all over.’ The Johnson family, even with 300 milking head, remains a family owned and operated farm, and Matt says they hope to stay that way. They own all of their equipment and only purchase heifer hay when it’s needed, with all other crops raised. Nancy has done an outstanding job raising calves. All heifer calves are raised on site, and with growing numbers from IVF and flush calves, the Johnsons are looking to expand on their calf barn in the near future. They utilize mattresses and sawdust bedding in their freestall barn. Matt and Brad have had a great amount of success marketing their cattle through word of mouth and building relationships with customers and fellow producers. They are in an ideal location for those traveling to World Dairy Expo from Minneapolis, just off of Interstate 94. They have a great relationship with Paul Trapp of ABS Global, and believe strongly in taking photos of heifers they are marketing. The farm has also had success in its diversity, with the ability to market some extra crops along with the elite genetics. With a great start in the Registered Holstein business, the Johnson brothers are set to run a solid, profitable operation so that future generations can continue the success laid before them. As a family owned farm, the Johnsons all have a voice in the operation, which has come a long way from its 44 Guernsey cow beginning.
Larcrest Constance-ET EX-90
Larcrest Carabella-ET VG-86 DOM
Matcrest Goldchip Gwyn-ET
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2014 Wisconsin State Fair
Junior State Fair July 31 & August 1 • West Allis, WI
The Wisconsin Junior State Fair Holstein show was held on Thursday, July 31 and Friday, August 1 at the State Fair Park in West Allis. Judge Nathan Thomas of North Lewisburg, Ohio, and Associate Judge Ryan Weigel of Platteville, Wis., placed a total of 463 head of Holsteins over the two day show, including 227 calves, 197 yearlings and 39 cows. The Red & White show had a total of 79 head. Following a deep calf show on Thursday, Judges Thomas and Weigel chose Siemers Defnt Great-Red-ET exhibited by Vanessa Roberts of Whitelaw as Calf Champion. Reserve Calf Champion was Siemers Wood Ashlynn-ET exhibited by Jake Siemers of Kiel. Judge Thomas commented that it was a great calf show and that he had pulled out the four heifers that were most like his kind. His champion was a pretty calf that is angular throughout with enough width. She was also prettier through the head and neck and cleaner in the bone in her hock. The reserve champion excelled because of her frame, along with being wider through the front end and having more drop to the rib. The yearling show started bright and early Friday morning. Selected as Champion of the yearling show was a summer yearling, Petitclerc Windbrk Frimouss exhibited by Jake Siemers of Kiel and Reserve Champion was Eva Doornink’s fall yearling, Craigcrest Rejoices Recofir-ET. Judge Thomas selected the summer yearling as champion because of her hard topline, long and lean neck and because she holds herself together better than the winter yearling. He went on to say he preferred the head and neck of the reserve champion along with having more cleanliness throughout over the honorable mention. Roberts’ Calf Champion was also named Junior Champion and Siemers’ summer yearling was named Reserve Junior Champion.
After a short break, the Holstein cows entered the ring. Judge Thomas selected Milksource Durham Giggle-ET exhibited by Chloe Vosters of Freedom as Senior and Grand Champion. Reserve Champion went to Bella-Ridge Gin Blossom-ET exhibited by Darren Kamphuis of Brandon. Judge Thomas appreciated the senior three-year-old’s dairyness and commented that she was a little more dairy, cleaner and more open throughout. He appreciated the reserve champion’s beautiful, powerful frame and said she was just a little more cow and had a higher, wider rear udder attachment than the honorable mention. For the second year, a separate Red & White show was held with an
increase in total head shown. Selected as Junior Champion by Judge Thomas was Berryridge Defian Merlo-Red exhibited by Lizi Endres of Waunakee. Reserve Champion was Booth-Haven Clasy Lady-Red exhibited by Cole Booth, Plymouth. Judge Thomas commented that the summer yearling was extremely dairy and didn’t have a lot of holes while he admired the width, strength and substance all the way through of the winter yearling. Grand Champion of the Red & White Show was Sellcrest S Candy Apple-Red exhibited by Andrew Sell, Watertown. Reserve Champion went to Jenna Olson, Edgerton, with Hi-Val Absolt Fantastic-Red. The showmanship contest was held on Saturday with almost 500 youth taking part in the different age groups. Several Wisconsin Junior Holstein members won their respective age groups, with Valerie Kramer being named the overall Supreme Champion Showman. Congratulations to all the youth that participated at the State Fair and thank you to the many farms and individuals that sponsored the first and second place trophies for the Holstein Show. The top five animals for each class or group are listed. For more complete placings, please visit our website at www.wisholsteins.com or the Wisconsin State Fair website at www.wistatefair.com. Spring Calf (40): 1. (B&O) Siemers Brkw Scarlet-Kay-ET, Josh Siemers, Kiel 2. Sonnenbrook Brokaw Jasmi, Karl Schwoerer, Belleville 3. SecondLook Brokaw Katie, Kaianna Hodorff, Eden 4. Duckett Fever Emmy-ET, Autumn Brandes, Brillion 5. Hillpine Reginald Adore, Megan Lauber, Union Grove Winter Calf – Group 1 (23): 1. Crave BR Garland 8293-ET, Roseanne Crave, Waterloo 2. Tizma Atwood Atlee, Amanda Stingle, Black Creek 3. Gaedtke Windbrook Porsha-ET, Jennifer Kleiman, Kewaunee 4. Gaedtke Windbrook Payton-ET, Hailey Gaedtke, Luxemburg 5. Virhada Sid Roxy, Hailey Weisensel, Mount Horeb (B&O) Image-Point Goldsun Brittyn, Katrina Wille, Rice Lake Winter Calf – Group 2 (23): 1. Siemers Wood Ashlynn-ET, Jake Siemers, Kiel 2. Hillpine B Anya-ET, Madelyn Hansen, Franksville 3. DuckettDyment Becka-ET, Nicole Pralle, Humbird 4. Hoesly Braxton Denali, Paige Hoesly, Brodhead 5. Windy-Valley Coltp Amaze, Lily Reynolds, Cassville (B&O) Lonely-Mile Demps Aria-ET, Jade Pinter, Curtiss Winter Calf – Group 3 (22): 1. Siemers Defnt Great-Red-ET, Vanessa Roberts, Whitelaw 2. K-Manor No Mistake 300-ET, Syndey Love,
Grand Champions - WHA Princess Kayla Krueger, Judge Nathan Thomas, Chloe Vosters holding Milksource Durham Giggle-ET, Darren Kamphuis holding Bella-Ridge Gin Blossom-ET and WHA Princess Attendant Kristen Broege
Junior Champions - WHA Princess Attendant Kristen Broege, Judge Nathan Thomas, Vanessa Roberts holding Siemers Defnt Great-RedET, Jake Siemers holding Petticlerc Windbrk Frimouss and Associate Judge Ryan Weigel
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Blanchardville 3. Pfaffsway Braxton Attention, Olivia Pfaff, Alma Center 4. Duckett Atwood Nelly, Zachary Lemke, Chilton 5. Duckett Alex Twinkle-ET, Jess Mullikin, Waldo (B&O) Sorg-Land WT Miss Madalyn, Taylor Riedel, Sauk City Fall Calf – Group 1 (36): 1. Dymentholm Atic Showstar-ET, Josh Siemers, Kiel 2. Oeh-My Dempsey Amanda, Paige Nelson, Ellsworth 3. (B&O) KnH Endres Atlantic Ocean, Mikayla Endres, Lodi 4. HeritageE Debbies Diamond, Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona 5. Berryridge Brokaw Katniss, Zach Endres, Waunakee Fall Calf – Group 2 (42): 1. Bridge-View Hvezda Treasure, Cheyenne Karl, Arpin 2. (B&O) Jeffrey-Way McCutchen Tyleen, Brooks Hendrickson, Belleville 3. Demmers Braxton Princess, Blayde Bowe, Chippewa Falls 4. MS Destinys Sid Danica-ET, Jason Kearns, Gays Mills 5. WI Fisherdale Durham Era, Lindsey Sarbacker, Edgerton Fall Calf – Group 3 (41): 1. Budjon-JK Absolt Duchess, Krista Styer, Menomonie 2. (B&O) Dille-Holm Goldsun Cha-Doin, Paige Dilley, Monticello 3. Mayerlane-TE Ditzy Devil-ET, Eric Wachtendonk, Bloomer 4. BHHD Brendal Prudy, Karlee Ketelboeter, Dane 5. Milksource Defiant Kia-ET, Kara Vosters, Freedom Calf Champion: Siemers Defnt Great-Red-ET, Vanessa Roberts, Whitelaw Reserve Calf Champion: Siemers Wood Ashlynn-ET, Jake Siemers, Kiel Summer Yearling – Group 1 (28): 1. Petitclerc Windbrk Frimouss, Jake Siemers, Kiel 2. Bella-View Braxton Allure, Kayla Krueger, Marion 3. Bella-Ridge Ashores Ada-ET, Katherine Larson, Viroqua 4. Jeffrey-Way Garsey, Callie Everson, Belleville 5. Walk-Era Attic Melody, Alli Walker, Wisconsin Dells Summer Yearling – Group 2 (28): 1. (B&O) WI Fischerdale Evangeline, Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona 2. Cow-Palace Fever So Real, Savanna Ridge, Sheboygan Falls 3. R-Vision Airlift Cheeze-It, Rachel Coyne, Spring Valley 4. OCD Sid Caylee-ET, Derek Gabsch, Cleveland 5. Ms Deb Gold Chip Dala-ET, Alek Krueger, Wrightstown Spring Yearling – Group 1 (22): 1. Janestead Hero Erma, Nicole Endres, Waunakee 2. Bohnview Aftershock Lolly, Emily Butler, Lebanon 3. Budjon-JK GC Edversity-ET, Hailey Jauquet, Luxemburg 4. El-Lyn Superbowl Payton, Brooke Reichert, Sheboygan Falls 5. Janestead G W Atwood Bree, Mikhayla Luttropp, Berlin Spring Yearling – Group 2 (27): 1. Synergy Guthrie Toucan, Carmen Haack, Algoma 2. Milksource A Golden Glow-ET, Andrew Sell, Watertown 3. Bella-Ridge Gins Beauty, Kayla Krueger, Marion 4. Miss Summer Moonshine, Kylie Nickels, Watertown 5. BHHD Sid Legacy, Karlee Ketelboeter, Dane (B&O) Kampy Braxton Spirit Rae, Derrek Kamphuis, Brandon Winter Yearling – Group 1 (23): 1. Siemers Sid Scarlett-ET, Jordan Siemers, Newton 2. Budjon-JK Damion Eklipse-ET, Lindsey Sarbacker, Edgerton 3. Langer Gold Chip Crown Mapl, Emma Weisensel, Waunakee 4. Black-Lion Dare to DreamBig, Jacob Ulezelski, Plymouth 5. MS HiLo-Valley Harmony-ET, Kennedy Stumpf, Dodgeville (B&O) Harmony Mist Windbrook Reba, Bethany Marcks, Black Creek Winter Yearling – Group 2 (22): 1. Inwood-Hill Braxton Scarlet, Mitchell Dammen, Argyle 2. (B&O) Berryridge Guthrie Nallana, Lizi Endres, Waunakee 3. KishHolm Clea-ET, Grant Fremstad, Westby 4. Ryan-Gieger Gwatwd Reaction, Whitney Ebert, Algoma 5. Boelk
Sanchez Fashion, Benjamin Buske, Brownsville Fall Yearling – Group 1 (22): 1. Craigcrest Rejoices Recofir-ET, Eva Doornink, Baldwin 2. Westphalia Dempsey Erie, Jacob Ulezelski, Plymouth 3. (B&O) Knh-Endres Atlantic Orlando, Mikayla Endres, Lodi 4. Hoesly Atwood Payday, Paige Hoesly, Brodhead 5. Griswold G-Chip Envelope, Briana Griswold, Ixonia Fall Yearling – Group 2 (25): 1. Dubosson Forteresse Glauc, Brooke Roberts, Whitelaw 2. Siemers Damion Scar-Let-ET, Jordan Siemers, Newton 3. Pfaffsway Sanchez Hot Toddy, Larissa Pfaff, Alma Center 4. Crave Reg Genevieve 7486-ET, Roseanne Crave, Waterloo 5. WI Fischerdale Damion Rambo, Sara Griswold, Black Earth (B&O) FrisleVue Goldsun Ipod-ET, Allissa Frisle, Prairie Farm Yearling Champion: Petitclerc Windbrk Frimouss, Jake Siemers, Kiel Reserve Yearling Champion: Craigcrest Rejoices Recofir-ET, Eva Doornink, Baldwin Junior Champion: Siemers Defnt Great-Red-ET, Vanessa Roberts, Manitowoc Reserve Junior Champion: Petitclerc Windbrk Frimouss, Jake Siemers, Manitowoc Junior 2-Year-Old (3): 1. Four-Hands Guthrie Colleen, Ethan Dado, Amery 2. Redrock-View Jasper 1799, Carson Carpenter, Darlington 3. Longrow Kolton Lucy, Andrew Nimitz, Monticello Senior 2-Year-Old (12): 1. Bella-Ridge Gin Blossom-ET, Darren Kamphuis, Brandon 2. Miss Summer Song-ET, Dawson Nickels, Watertown 3. (B&O) Joliam GW Atwood Frisco-ET, Jessica Pralle, Humbird 4. Jeffrey-Way WB Twitter-ET, Brooks Hendrickson, Belleville 5. Milksource Gldwn Jessica-ET, Benjamin Powers, Menomonie Junior 3-Year-Old (5): 1 Harmoney-Mist Taylor, Bethany Marcks, Black Creek 2. Go-Make Balt Destination, Jennifer Krull, Bonduel 3. Schulter Dura Playmate, Derek Gabsch, Cleveland 4. Dawning-Day Baby Shaq, Mariah Strauss, Waterloo 5. (B&O) Opsal Wilstar Dare Shot-ET, Joesph Opsal, Blue Mounds Senior 3-Year-Old (6): 1. Milksource Durham Giggle-ET, Chloe Vosters, Freedom 2. Go-For-Broke San Joyce-ET, Jacob Brokish, Dodgeville 3. Mar-Linda-K Damion Jillete, Nicole Wright, Watertown 4. Scientific Kat Belle Rae-ET, Katrina Nunes, Chippewa Falls 5. QuadR Atwood Dutchess, Ryan Smith, Monticello 4-Year-Old (9): 1. Budjon-Vail Gold Dreams-ET, Jordan Ebert, Algoma 2. Ehrke Ytina Gold Athiena-ET, Cierra Ehrke-Essock, Fort Atkinson 3. Winterfield Jen Johanna-ET, Fritzy Ullom, Bloomer 4. Wales Vibe Calamity, Kara Vosters, Freedom 5. N-Adamscreek Wis Mirra, Aaron Berg, La Crosse 5-Year-Old (3): 1. Woods-Line Linjet Karmen, Amber Owen, Pulaski 2. Pfaffsway Aspen Breeze, Larissa Pfaff, Alma Center 3. Indianhead Adolph Brine-ET, Kari Brokish, Dodgeville 6-Year-Old & Older (1): 1. Rocher Lydon Denim, Shelbie Greidanus, Delavan Senior & Grand Champion: Milksource Durham Giggle-ET, Chloe Vosters, Freedom Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion: Bella-Ridge Gin Blossom-ET, Darren Kamphuis, Brandon Senior & Grand Champion Bred & Owned of Show: Joliam GW Atwood Frisco-ET, Jessica Pralle, Humbird Junior Champion Bred & Owned of Show: WI Fischerdale Evangeline, Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona Supreme Champion: Milksource Durham Giggle-ET, Chloe Vosters, Freedom Reserve Supreme Champion: Sellcrest S Candy Apple-Red, Andrew Sell, Watertown Junior County Herd: 1. Manitowoc County 2. Dodge County 3. Green County Senior County Herd: 1. Outagamie County 2. Kewaunee County 3. Dane County
Red & White Show Results
Calf Champions - Judge Nathan Thomas, WHA Princess Kayla Krueger, Vanessa Roberts holding Siemers Defnt Great-Red-ET, Jake Siemers holding Siemers Wood Ashlynn-ET, WHA Princess Attendant Kristen Broege and Associate Judge Ryan Weigel
Spring Calf (4): 1. Synergy AW Libby Lou-Red, Taylor Gracyalny, Beaver Dam 2. Monthurst Elmo Apricot-Red, Makenna Lentz, Almena 3. Sellcrest Conten Janey-Red, Samantha Pitterle, Beaver Dam 4. EdererAcres Razzle-Red, Elroy Winter Calf (15): 1. Siemers Defnt J-Star-Red, Brogan Pankratz, St. Nazianz 2. Gaedtke Absolute Ellie-Red, Roman Kleiman, Kewaunee 3. Budjon-Vail P Dayton-Red, Andrew Greenfield, Waupun 4. Lonley Mile HY Cinnamon-Red, Jade Pinter, Curtiss 5. Smith-Crest Adons Loriwisconsin HOLSTEIN news/October 2014-11
Red, John Falk, West Bend Fall Calf (18): 1. Synergy Always Smokin-Red, Carmen Haack, Algoma 2. Gaedtke Redliner Dakota-Red, Chantel Kinnard, Casco 3. Lyn-Vale Redburst Molly-Red, Cole Booth, Plymouth 4. Lake-Breeze Desiree-Red, Brandon Biese, Chilton 5. Greelea Abscare-Red-ETS, Rachel Coyne, Spring Valley Summer Yearling (11): Berryridge Defian Merlo-Red, Lizi Endres, Waunakee 2. Go-Make Landmark-Red, Brandon Smith, Pulaski 3. Chrisleacres Pici Pansy-Red, Valerie Kramer, St. Cloud 4. Gaedtke Barbwire Elsa-Red, Justin Gaedtke, Luxemburg 5. Driftline 847-Red-ET, Jared Zutz, Kiel Spring Yearling (2): 1. Driftline Advent Leann-Red, Mackenzie Sarbacker, Belleville 2. Hi-Low Rburst Sophie-Red-ET, Jessica Telfer, Fort Atkinson Winter Yearling (14): 1. Booth-Haven Clasy Lady-Red, Cole Booth, Plymouth 2. Warmka Chris Leah 1441-Red, Danielle Warmka, Fox Lake 3. Frozenes-LP Lollipop-Red, Emily Meinnert, Sheboygan Falls 4. Synergy Always Sexy-Red, Rory Sarenich, Pulaski 5. Redline Bonbon-Red, Taylor Hinke, Chippewa Falls Fall Yearling(5): 1. Greenlea P Cris-Red-ET, Mackenzie Sarbacker, Belleville 2. Gaedtke Absolute Cami-Red, Tori Benzshawel, Casco 3. Briccows Rl Spitfire-Red-ET, Brittni Gomm, Seymour 4. Milksource Twizzler-Red-ET, Brandon Ziller, Argyle 5. Rosedale Alchi-Rose-Red-ET, Kali Schaar, Ellsworth Junior Champion: Berryridge Defian Merlo-Red, Lizi Endres, Waunakee Reserve Junior Champion: Booth-Haven Clasy Lady-Red, Cole Booth, Plymouth Junior 2 Year Old (1): 1. Funny Proposition-Red, Cole Endres, Lodi Senior 2 Year Old (2): 1. Greenlea Ad AF-Red-ET, Makenna Lentz, Almena 2. Krull Larson Dirty Girl-Red, Carley Krull, Lake Mills 3 Year Old (4): 1. Hi-Val Absolt Fantastic-Red, Jenna Olson, Edgerton 2. Milksource Cntdr Lovely-Red, Bradley Griswold, Ixonia 3. Fancypants
Hopefull Rae-Red, Julie Nunes, Chippewa Falls 4. AHM Lady PricillaRed, Tyler Endres, Lodi 4 Year Old (2): 1. Sellcrest S Candy Apple-Red, Andrew Sell, Watertown 2. Vande Shot Tiffany-Red-ET, Jason Kearns, Gays Mills 6 Year Old & Over (1): 1. Grace Advent Carlene-Red, Mikayla Knorn, Casco Senior & Grand Champion: Sellcrest S Candy Apple-Red, Andrew Sell, Watertown Reserve Senior & Grand Champion: Hi-Val Absolt Fantastic-Red, Jenna Olson, Edgerton Champion Bred & Owned of Show: Sellcrest S Candy Apple-Red, Andrew Sell, Watertown Reserve Champion Bred & Owned of Show: Booth-Haven Classy Lady-Red, Cole Booth, Plymouth Supreme Champion Bred & Owned: Sellcrest S Candy Apple-Red, Andrew Sell, Watertown Showmanship Winners: 12 Year Old Winner – Molly Olstad, Stoughton 13 Year Old Winner – Benjamin Kronberg, Milton 14 Year Old Winner – Mikayla Endres, Lodi 15 Year Old Winner – Benjamin Buske, Brownsville 16 Year Old Winner – Rachel Coyne, Spring Valley 17 Year Old Winner – Genny Fuller, Wisconsin Rapids 18 Year Old Winner – Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona 19 Year Old Winner – Valerie Kramer, St. Cloud Supreme Champion Showman: Valerie Kramer, St. Cloud Reserve Supreme Champion Showman: Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona
Junior Champions - WHA Princess Kayla Krueger, Lizi Endres with Berryridge Defian Merlo-Red, Cole Booth with Booth-Haven Clasy Lady-Red and WHA Princess Attendant Kristen Broege
Grand Champions - WHA Princess Kayla Krueger, Andy Sell with Sellcrest S Candy-Red, Jenna Olson with Hi-Val Abolt Fantastic-Red and WHA Princess Attendant Kristen Broege 12–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/October 2014
Top to bottom, left to right Benjamin Kronberg, Mikayla Endres, Benjamin Buske, Rachel Coyne, Genny Fuller, Elizabeth Sarbacker & Valerie Kramer
2014 Wisconsin Junior State Fair Class Winners
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Open Show Results Sunday, August 10 • Judge: Joe Sparrow
Spring Calf (8): 1. Ryan-Vu Brokaw Reaction-ET, Chad Ryan, Fond du Lac 2. Ourway Sanchez Chantilly, Ourway Holsteins LLC, Brooklyn 3. Krull At Main Event-ET, Krull Farms, Lake Mills 4. Miss Summer Cold Snap, Todd & Christa Wendorf, Ixonia 5. East-Branch Dempsey Majesty, Kristine Jarek, Bonduel Winter Calf (10): 1. Krull Gold Chip Emey, Krull Farms, Lake Mills 2. Krull-CK Damion Tilly, Krull Farms, Lake Mills 3. Oeh-My Absolute Vail-ET, Chase & Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford 4. Holbric Spa Tinsel, Lindsey Lepke, McFarland 5. Ryan-Crest Oak Ersulla-ET, Tim & Barb Natzke, Fond du Lac Fall Calf (7): 1. Ryan-Vu Reginald Emblem, Chad Ryan, Fond du Lac 2. KNH Endres Atlantic Ocean, Mikayla Endres, Lodi 3. Budjon-JK Eva Longoria-ET, Todd & Christa Wendorf, Ixonia 4. Robrook Windbrook Myleigh, Tim & Barb Natzke, Fond du Lac 5. Mar-Linda-K Crown RoyalET, Kayla Wright, Watertown Summer Yearling (3): 1. WI Fischerdale Evangeline, Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona 2. Ourway Absolute Aspen, Ourway Holsteins, Brooklyn 3. MS Matinvalley Sid Jasmine, Rebecca Schlehein, Hazel Green Spring Yearling (7): 1. Milksource A Golden Glow-ET, Krull Farms, Lake Mills 2. Miss Summer Moonshine, Todd & Christa Wendorf, Ixonia 3. BW-EG Atwood Aurora-ET, Tim & Barb Natzke, Fond du Lac 4. BHHD Sid Legacy, Karlee Ketelboeter, Dane 5. Wiscit Guthrie Kenadee, UWPlatteville, Platteville Winter Yearling (0) Fall Yearling (3): 1. KNH Endres Atlantic Orlando, Mikayla Endres, Lodi 2. East-Branch Atwood Layla, Kristine Jarek, Bonduel 3. Sco-Lo Alex Jackpot 2003-ET, Todd & Christa Wendorf, Ixonia
Junior Champion: Ryan-Vu Reginald Emblem, Chad Ryan, Fond du Lac Reserve Junior Champion: WI Fischerdale Evangeline, Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona Junior 2 Year Old (2): 1. (BU) Ourway Redliner Spots-Red, Ourway Holsteins, Brooklyn 2. Scientific Cameo Apple-ET, Ashley Rickey, Black Earth Senior 2 Year Old (4): 1. (BU) Rodash-View Sid Claudia, Nicole Ballweg, Dane 2. Miss Summer Song-ET, Todd & Christa Wendorf, Ixonia 3. Miss Summer Serenade-ET, Todd & Christa Wendorf, Ixonia 4. VT-Valley Trump Taelynn, Ashley Rickey, Black Earth Junior 3 Year Old (4): 1. (BU) Ourway Kite Candy-ET, Ourway Holsteins, Brooklyn 2. Wiscit Palermo Idea, UW-Platteville, Platteville 3. Crestbrooke GAP Torrie-ET, Tim & Barb Natzke, Fond du Lac 4. OehMy Richman Eliza, Chase & Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford Senior 3 Year Old (5): 1. (BU) Mar-Linda-K Damion Jilette, Kayla Wright, Watertown 2. Luck-E Braxton Maeve, Nicole Ballweg, Dane 3. Sco-Lo Durham Skylark, Ourway Holsteins, Brooklyn 4. East-Branch Braxton Angel, Kristine Jarek, Bonduel 5. East-Branch Atwood Merlea, Kristine Jarek, Bonduel 4 Year Old (5): 1. (BU) Macha Rejeanne Brake, Kyle Natzke & Luke Hopkins, Fond du Lac 2. (Prod.) Ehrke Ytina Gold Athiena, Cierra Essock, Jefferson 3. Kietz Sanchez Blondie, Chase & Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford 4. Ourway Terrason Electra, Ourway Holsteins, Brooklyn 5. Miss Summer Bunny-ET, Todd & Christa Wendorf, Ixonia 14–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/October 2014
5 Year Old (1): 1. (BU) VT-Valley Roy Famous, Ashley Rickey, Black Earth
Senior & Grand Champion: Macha Rejeanne Brake, Kyle Natzke & Luke Hopkins, Fond du Lac Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion: Ehrke Ytina Gold Athiena, Cierra Essock, Jefferson Top Production of the Show: Ehrke Ytina Gold Athiena, Cierra Essock, Jefferson
Red & White Show
Spring Calf (3): 1. East-Branch Toppi Elsa-Red, Kristine Jarek, Bonduel 2. Cleland Absltly Awesome-Red, Tessa Schmocker, Whitewater 3. AprDay-CG OD Coral P-Red, Kenna Kirsnis, New Glarus Winter Calf (2): 1. Honeyview Junpr De Prnc-Red, Honeyview Farms, Vesper 2. Southbreak Lad Shelby-Red, Schwendimann Farms, Hartford Fall Calf (5): 1. Flower-Brook Geneva-Red-ET, Tim & Barb Natzke, Fond du Lac 2. Leawood Spice Girl-Red-ET, Robin Krohlow, Wauwatosa 3. Mapleton-Valley Sassy-Red, Mapleton Valley Farms, Oconomowoc 4. Krull Sterling Gucci-Red, Krull Farms, Lake Mills 5. Honeyview Fran DeProc-Red, Honeyview Farms, Vesper Summer Yearling (2): 1. Mapleton-Valley Callie-Red, Mapleton Valley Farms, Oconomowoc 2. MD Destinis Child P-Red, Todd & Christa Wendorf, Ixonia Spring Yearling (1): 1. Southbreak Lad Dora-Red, Schwendimann Farms, Hartford Winter Yearling (1): 1. Renely Darwynn Red Bull-Red, Krull Farms, Lake Mills Fall Yearling (1): 1. New-Star Barbwire Prize-Red, Tammy Voegeli, Arlington
Junior Champion: Renely Darwynn Red Bull-Red, Krull Farms, Lake Mills Reserve Junior Champion: Flower-Brook Geneva-Red-ET, Tim & Barb Natzke, Fond du Lac Junior 2 Year Old (3): 1. (BU) Pamprd-Acres Cont Aspen-ET, Tim & Barb Natzke, Fond du Lac 2. 2nd-Look Bwire Dorito-Red, Second-Look Holsteins, Eden 3. Funny Proposition-Red, Mikayla Endres, Lodi Senior 2 Year Old (1): 1. (BU) Krull Larson Dirty Girl-Red, Krull Farms, Lake Mills
Junior 3 Year Old (1): 1. (BU, Prod.) Milksource Cntdr Lovely-Red, Krull Farms, Lake Mills
Senior & Grand Champion: Milksource Cntdr Lovely-Red, Krull Farms, Lake Mills Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion: Krull Larson Dirty Girl-Red, Krull Farms, Lake Mills Top Production of the Show: Milksource Cntdr Lovely-Red, Krull Farms, Lake Mills
Wisconsin Junior State Fair Dairy Premier Exhibitor Contest
Judging – Alex Huibregste, Sheboygan County Quiz – Cody Getschel Polk County Skillathon – Lizi Endres, Dane County Overall Placings: 1. Jessica Pralle, Clark County 2. Charlie Hamilton, Grant County 3. Lizi Endres, Dane County 4. Cody Getschel Polk County 5. Valerie Kramer, Fond du Lac County 6. Trent Dado, Polk County 7. Sierra Lurvey, Richland County 8. Ethan Dado, Polk County 9. Elizabeth Sarbacker, Dane County 10. Abigail Martin, Rock County
MilkSource Genetics & Seisme Make History
History was made September 16 at MilkSource Genetics, Kaukauna. Blondin Redman Seisme-Red is the first classified EX-97 Red & White Holstein ever. Holstein Association USA upgraded her classification to the extremely rare and extraordinary EX-97. Only 29 cows ever have reached this pinnacle, all of which were Black & Whites, according to DairyCowDaily. “Seisme has been a special cow from day one,” said Jim Ostrom, MSG co-partner. “It has been a privilege for Herd Manager Jamie Endvick and the entire team at MilkSource Genetics to work with, and care for, such an extraordinary beauty.” To put the win into context, Cy Letter, technical supervisor for Holstein Association USA, explained, “There have been about 200 million cows in the history of modern breeding, and Seisme is No. 30 to reach this level. She is also the first-ever Red & White.” In 2013, Seisme was International Red and White Cow of the Year by Holstein International, one of the most prestigious honors in the show cow world. In addition, Seisme has been named: • International R&W Cow of the Year, Holstein International, 2013 • Supreme Champion, Royal Winter Fair, 2012 • Unanimous All-American Aged Cow, 2012 • All-Canadian Senior Cow, 2012 • 1st Aged Cow and Grand Champion, R&W Royal Winter Fair, 2012 • 1st Aged Cow and Grand Champion, Int'l R&W Show, 2012 • Sr. and Grand Champion, Best Udder, Midwest National Spring Show, 2012 • 1st aged cow, Midwest National Spring Show, 2012 • Res. Supreme Champion, Royal Winter Fair, 2011 • 1st 5 Yr old & Grand Champion, R&W Royal Winter Fair, 2011 • 1st 4Yr Old, Int'l R&W Show, 2010 • 1st Jr. 2Yr. Old & Reserve Grand, Quebec International R&W Show, 2008 • 1st Jr. 2Yr. Old, Royal Winter Fair R&W Show, 2008 • Honorable Mention All-Canadian Junior R&W Cow, 2008 Her sire was Valleyriver Ruben Redman and her dam was Blondin R Marker Supra VG-89-3YR-CAN. “Seisme is a work of wonder for Mother Nature, but we’re very proud of all the men and women at MilkSource Genetics who work behind the scenes to take care of her,” said John Vosters, MSG co-partner. “These are people who are passionate about their cows. It’s not a job to them - it’s a passion.”
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NATIONAL DIRECTOR’S REPORT Dear Holstein Breeders, The Holstein Association held its 129th annual meeting in Dubuque, Iowa. As national directors, we want to thank our Iowa friends for hosting a wonderful convention. We also look forward to attending the 2015 National Convention in St. Charles, Illinois, next year. As those who attended this year’s convention, or have read the recent Holstein Pulse already know, the Holstein Association co-launched Enlight - a web-based program designed to track Holstein genetics. The branded product with Holstein Association USA and Zoetis will not only greatly assist current Holstein breeders, but also help us partner with new herds who want to upgrade the genetics in their herd. Having viewed the program firsthand as national directors, we can attest that this may be the best program ever developed at 1 Holstein Place. The web-based portal is updated daily and gives breeders unprecedented access to their genetic information on their milking herd and young stock. In fact, new genomic results will be uploaded the day that they are available to the industry. Also, spreadsheets can be created and uploaded into your herd management software program. By using the Enlight dashboard, breeders can view genetic reports and analytics for more intense management. Additionally, breeders can benchmark progress and design selection and breeding strategies. The web-based portal is a big deal. No more CDs and updates to your computer. You can order genomic tests and register cattle directly from Enlight. Likewise, Zoetis customers can order genomic tests and each animal will be enrolled in the Holstein database at the entry identification level known as Basic ID or as registered animals (whatever the qualifier). The joint partnership between Holstein and Zoetis could even result in the field representatives partnering on the same farm to consult on a herd’s genetics. If you can’t tell by now, we are excited about the Enlight product. Talk to one of us at World Dairy Expo and we’d be happy to share more or stop by the Holstein Association booth to learn more. As far as Association activity goes, Holstein Complete is showing steady growth through late July as cows were up 4 percent compared to the same time last year and herds were up 9. Registrations are up 3 percent, while Basic ID grew a remarkable 55 percent or 168,000 head. There will be a new Total Performance Index (TPI) that will feature a
new fertility index and a feed efficiency rating. The new TPI formula will debut in December 2014 to coincide with the December 2014 genetic update and base change where PTAs (predicted transmitting abilities) will be rolled back to a 2010 base. The new fertility index will be comprised of three major components: 18 percent heifer conception rate (HCR), 18 percent cow conception rate (CCR) and 64 percent daughter pregnancy rate (DPR). The good news is we are making progress on fertility. From 1995 to 2000, pregnancy rates in cows slid back -0.27 percent; from 2000 to 2005, fertility held steady at -0.02; and in the latest five-year window, there was a +0.21 improvement. With the addition of this index and raising the emphasis to 13 percent of the TPI formula, we hope to make even more progress. (The prior TPI formula weighted fertility at 11 percent.) To make room for the extra emphasis, 2 points were taken away from productive life (PL) and that will now carry a weight of 7 percent. The addition of the feed efficiency index involves a formula that calculates the “Dollar value of milk produced.” It then subtracts “feed costs of the extra milk” and “extra maintenance costs.” To make room for the feed efficiency index, type or PTAT will go from 10 to 8 percent, while selection emphasis for udders will move from 12 to 11 percent. Hence, feed efficiency will make its first entry to the TPI formula at 3 percent. How will this new TPI formula work on the farm? In studying the new formula, Tom Lawlor divided the top half of the breed’s cows that averaged 1700 TPI into one group and the bottom half that averaged 1448 TPI into another group. Here’s what he found: • The top half earned $159 more profit per lactation through extra feed efficiency. • The top half had 9.2 fewer days open. • The top half were +2.2 points higher for final score; +2.3 on udders and +2.9 feet and legs. • The new TPI formula will also slow the rate of stature increase. At the end of the day, the new TPI formula will be 46 percent production, 26 percent conformation (type), 13 percent fertility, 12 percent health and longevity, and 3 percent calving traits. Lastly, if you have ideas that would benefit our Association or concerns you would like to voice, give us a call. Your National Directors, Paul Buhr Dale Drendel Corey Geiger Mark Kerndt
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The Iowa Holstein Association would like to thank everyone who attended the Convention, and also, thank you to our very generous sponsors and Souvenir Program advertisers! We had a fun time planning and hosting this yearâ€™s National Convention!
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Olmar Sanchez Bellody Lea McCullough
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Olmar Durham Bella 4E 93 All MN Dry Aged Cow at 12 1/2 years old!
4 New Excellents
Olmar Sanchez Bellody EX 90 9th generation EX from a Roy out of Olmar Durham Bella 4E 93. Olmar Sanchez Belize EX 90 - 8th Gen Excellent Daughter of Bella. Olmar Toystory Elise EX 90 Olmar Roy Daylight EX 90
VG 2 yr olds Olmar Alexander Babe Lea McCullough
Cybil Fisher Photography
Olmar Alexander Babe VG 85 Olmar Durable Barlie VG 85 Potential 11th Gen EX from the Berry Family Olmar Shout Bianca VG 85 Olmar Goldwyn Sandra VG 87 Olmar Shout Bellany VG 86 - Potential 10th gen EX Olmar Braxton Evelyn VG 85 Olmar Butze Lindsey VG 85 Olmar Richman Lizzie VG 85 Olmar Maxun Britta VG 85 Olmar Shampoo Starry Eyes VG 85
on the Wheatland Ag Sale Oct 11 in Hutchinson, Kansas
Olmar Epic Angie ET B: 10/28/12
GTPI 2053 PTAM +1443 PTAF +51 PTAP +47 +2.8 SCS +5.6PL +1.6DPR PTAT +1.06 Olmar Durable Barlie Lea McCullough
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Phase 4 Johnes Free Herd 109.1 BAA | 33EX 59VG 33GP 43 years PBR | 22 years PGH DHI avg: 2x 30,920 3.5% 1081 2.9% 903
Angie resulted from an AI contracted flush. She has one fancy full sister milking. Angie is due early November to Tango. She combines high production and health traits with a deep pedigree. Her dam was a G+ 83 2yr old Planet with a VG udder that we lost after her 2nd calf. The 2nd dam was a VG 85 Oman with a high VG udder. The next dam was sold after calving and not scored on her new farm. Behind her are 8 generations of Excellent cows from the Betty Family - close relation to Olmar Durham Bella 4E 93.
BRIAN AND JILL NELSON US Hwy 14, Sleepy Eye, MN 56085 Ph. (507) 794-2697 www.olmarfarms.com email@example.com MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014 - 3
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OFFICERS President ..................................................................................................Kevin Wendling 13500North400 th St., Altamont, Ill. 62411; 618/483-5532; firstname.lastname@example.org Vice President..............................................................................................Brian Olbrich 1318 Rte. 23, Harvard, Ill. 60033; 815/482-7426; email@example.com Treasurer........................................................................................................ Carol Jones 23485 N 3100 East Rd., Emington, Ill. 60934; 815/934-5551; firstname.lastname@example.org Secretary ................................................................................................. Tina Hall Yagow 906 N. 12th Street, Rochelle, Ill. 61068; 815/757-0852; email@example.com
EXECUTIVE MEMBERS Dale Drendel ..................................................................................................... Tri-County 15N057 Walker Rd., Hampshire, Ill. 60140; 815/766-0326; firstname.lastname@example.org Marc Hilgendorf ................................................................................................Lincolnland 20242 N. 24th Ave., Nokomis, Ill. 62075; 217/381-8776 Steve Irwin ................................................................................................ Heart of Illinois 9400 Meridian Rd., Beason, Ill. 62512; 217/447-3220; email@example.com Gary Janssen ..............................................................................................McHenry-Lake 28548 Burnett Rd., Island Lake, Ill. 60042; 847/224-7857 Ron Schaufelberger .............................................................................................Gateway 968 Shady Grove Ave., Greenville, Ill. 62246; 618/664-0789; firstname.lastname@example.org
DIRECTORS Boone-Winnebago........................................................... Jennifer Wakeley, Rockford 815/978-8528 Boone-Winnebago........................................................... John Mitchell, Winnebago 815/703-5614 Clinton ...........................................................................Harvey Harpstrite, Trenton 618/224-9852 Clinton ..............................................................................Mike Netemeyer, Carlyle 618/594-3190 (IÃ€QJKDP ..............................................................................Toby Probst, Wheeler 217/925-5459 (IÃ€QJKDP ....................................................................Jim Schumacher Teutopolis 217/821-4052 Gateway .............................................................................. Jason Oertel, Brighton 217/779-9060 Heart of Illinois ....................................................................... Steve Irwin, Beason 217/447-3220 Heart of Illinois .......................................................... &KULVW\2Â·&RQQRU.DQNDNHH Lincolnland .....................................................................Marc Hilgendorf, Nokomis 815/383-4776 Lincolnland ..................................................................... Roger Bauman, Nokomis 217/563-7692 McHenry-Lake ............................................................................ Ed Smith, Antioch 847/373-0602 Mississippi-Valley ............................................................... Jeff Thorman, Macomb 309/769-5494 Mississippi Valley ........................................... Herb Schmiedeskamp, Camp Point 217/593-6668 Northwest ................................................................................. Glen Meier, Ridott 815/238-8540 Northwest ..................................................................... Carol Timmerman, Galena 815/777-0318 Northwest ....................................................................Merlin Timmerman, Galena 815/777-0318 Southern....................................................................................... Joann Hartmann 618/939-7075 Southern................................................................... Norbert Hasheider, Okawville 618/243-6312 Tri-County ......................................................................... 5RJHU.RHKQ3HRWRQH
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Midwest Holsteins Fall 2014
B-J-Grove Holsteins ...................................... 17
Iowa National Convention .............................. 2
Olmar Farms .................................................. 3
Bluff-Ridge .................................................... 29
Irwindale Holsteins........................................ 56
Our-Way Holsteins........................................ 38
Bur-Wall Holsteins .......................................... 8
K-Lane Holsteins .......................................... 40
Patnode-Lane Holsteins ................................ 47
Char-La-Don ................................................ 49
Koll-Kreek Holsteins .................................... 40
Rickert Bros................................................... 11
Lifetime Holsteins.......................................... 45
SDSU ............................................................ 15
Da-Mar Holsteins.......................................... 31
Lindale Holsteins .................................... 25, 40
Sheeknoll ...................................................... 28
Dellka Farm .................................................. 39
Little Valley Dairy ........................................ 46
Sherdale Farms.............................................. 45
Ehrke Farms .................................................. 36
Lois Bros. ...................................................... 16
Selz-Pralle Dairy .......................................... 48
Four-of-a-Kind Partners ................................ 53
Lone Oak Farm ............................................ 52
Schaufine Holsteins ........................................ 6
Hartford ........................................................ 18
Marathon County .................................... 20-24
University of Minnesota .......................... 5, 10
Hi-Lo Valley .................................................. 30
Mar-Linda-K Holsteins ................................ 44
UW-Madison .................................................. 7
Hoese Holsteins ............................................ 25
Mat-Ar-Dor .................................................. 52
UW-Platteville Pioneer Classic...................... 19
Holbric Holsteins .......................................... 37
Minnesota Directory of Services .................. 54
Violet Hill ...................................................... 41
Illinois Golden Opportunity Sale ............ 12-13
Minnesota Fall Sale ........................................ 9
Wargo Acres .................................................. 55
Illinois Holstein Association ..........................29
Oertel Farms ................................................ 17
Wildvale Holsteins ........................................ 32
Wisconsin Holstein Association 902 8th Ave., Baraboo, WI 53913 Phone (608) 356-2114 • Fax (608) 356-6312 1-800-223-4269 firstname.lastname@example.org To Advertise: P.O. Box 49, Lancaster, WI 53813 Phone (608) 723-4933 • Fax (608) 723-4973 e-mail: email@example.com
www.wisholsteins.com WISCONSIN HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION STAFF: Larry Nelson, Executive Director Laura Wackershauser, Editor/Advertising Manager Sharon Maffei, Membership Coordinator Ashley Yager, Public Relations Associate WISCONSIN HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION BOARD MEMBERS: Chris McCullough, President - Juda, 608-934-1425 Paula Bovre, Vice President - Fond du Lac, 920-923-6991 Marci Walker, Secretary - WI Dells, 608-253-3003 Kevin Jorgensen, Executive Committee - Waupun, 920-210-3992 Matt Lippert, Executive Committee - Pittsville, 715-884-6578 Todd Borgwardt - Valders, 920-758-3133 Bill Calvert - Cuba City, 608-759-2080 Dan Cnossen - Hatley, 715-302-1327 Tracy Nelson - Ellsworth, 715-307-1804 Chad Ryan - Fond du Lac, 920-960-1449 Todd Stanek - Fall Creek, 715-456-8718 Kent Wendorf - Viroqua, 608-689-2201 NATIONAL DIRECTORS: Paul Buhr Viroqua • 608-606-3480 Corey Geiger Mukwanago • 920-650-0294 MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014 - 5
Pedigree. Style. Production.
Photos ÂŠ Beth Herges
what good cows are made of
Pom-ET VG-87 2y Farnear-Tbr Atwood Pom GW Atwood X Shottle X Outside X Rudolph Dam: Windly Knoll View Prairie-ET EX-92 7-0 365 45,270 3.8 1,237 2.8 1,258 Lifetime: 191,630 2nd Dam: Windy Knoll View Pledge-ET EX-95 4-1 365 41,190 3.8 1,577 3.0 1,237 Lifetime: 217,640 All-American 5 yr old, 2007 3rd Dam: Windy Knoll View Promis-ET EX-95
Montreal-ET EX-92 5y Schaufine Bxter Montreal **Granddam of Mona selling in the Illini Golden Opportunity Sale! 3-05 365 37,010 4.0 1,480 3.1 1,152 Baxter X BW Marshall X Aaron X Prelude Dam: Schaufine BW Mrshll Monique VG-86 4-01 365 31,520 3.6 1,150 3.0 945 2nd Dam: Em-Dee Aaron Mona-ET VG-88 3rd Dam: Ricecrest Prelude Monica-ET EX 90
Selling Selling in in the the Illini Illini Golden Golden Opportunity Opportunity Sale: Sale:
Oct. 25th - Altamont, IL Schaufine G W Atwood Gemini Schaufine Shot Mona Born: 3/22/12 fresh in May Born: 9/11/12 fresh in July Sire: Maple-Downs-I GW Atwood Sire: Lincoln-Hill Shot Laser Dam: Schaufine Monument Gem VG-85 Dam: Schaufine Time Marilyn VG-85 2nd Dam: Schaufine Joel Goldie VG-87 2nd Dam: Schaufine Baxter Montreal EX-92 *10 more generations of VG or EX dams!
Boyd, Sandy & Amy Schaufelberger 618.267.2011 - firstname.lastname@example.org Check out Schaufine Farms on Facebook!
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Bur-Wall Buckeye Gigi EX-94 2E 5-09 2x 365 52,190 3.9 2010 2.9 1532
H Holstein USA Star of the Breed 2013 H Overall Production Award, 2013 Midwest National Spring Show 8th place 5-Year-Old, 2012 International Holstein Show 3rd place & Best Udder 4-Year-Old, 2011 Midwest National Spring Show Gigi is a great example of what we strive to breed for, performance and style, and she is passing both on to her daughters and granddaughters. Contact us to learn more about this up and coming family.
The Behnke Family 1324 Mortensen Road, Brooklyn, WI 53521 | 608-279-4243 | E-mail: email@example.com | www.facebook.com/burwallholsteins 8 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014
Minnesota Holstein Fall Harvest Sale New this year:
Calf Raffle Grand Prize a pick of one of these 4 calves (must be present to win or have a representative there to pick that calf) Calf: Stranshome Clasic Gayla-Red DOB April 14, 2014
Sire: CS-Redvue Classic-Red-ETS Dam: Jerland Sh Gwenda-ET RC GP84 Reid & Daria Stransky Jerland Tal Giovanna-Red-ET EX 92 (photo) Family is a maternal Sister to Gwenda Scientific Grace-Red-ET EX 91 (photo) is a Maternal Gdam
T-Spruce MagicDay 8392-ET PTPI: +2298# DOB July 9, 2014
Calf: Floralawn AShock Chance DOB September 5, 2014
Sire: Ms Atlees Sht Aftershock-ET Dam: Hoese Goldwyn Chand Scott & Jackie VG 85 VG MS (photo) Rickeman Family 5th Dam back is Rainyridge Tony Beauty EX 5E-CAN Larest Damion Chessa EX 91 EX MS (photo)
Melarry Rodgers Flaming-ET PTPI: +2405# DOB July 2, 2014
Spencer & Stacey Hackett Family
Arnold & Kris Gruenes Family
Sire: S-S-I Supersire Magicday-ET TPI: +2362G Dam: Melarry Boyoboy Mickey-ET CTPI: +2228G 3rd Dam: Happke Baxter Melanie VG 87 (photo)
Full sister on the World Classic sale Sire: De-Su Ltm Rodgers 11379-ET GTPI: +2457G Dam: Melarry Mixer Flamingo GTPI: +2343G (photo)
Only 200 tickets sold! 9 other prizes worth $100 or more in value. Proceeds go towards Junior programs. Check out mnholstein.com or Minnesota Holstein Association on Facebook to find out more information. Interested in purchasing a ticket? Contact Minnesota Holstein today! 320-259-0637 Drawing right before the cattle sale begins at 11 AM. Watch our website, Facebook and other advertisements for everything the sale has to offer.
Something for Everybody!
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Thursday, October 2 • Sheraton Hotel, Madison, WI
Rickland Montross 5254-ET +78P +180 CFP GTPI +2447 +2498M +833NM +4.5PL 9/14 Her Dam: Wa-Del-DH Bookem Camara-ET - now VG-86 88-MS and the hottest Bookem in the country at +81P! • averaging 110 lbs./day with 4.3%F • full sister to 5254, Montross 5256 at +80P • maternal sisters by Halogen, +64P +2464 GTPI; and Rickland Salvatore 5026, +100P +210CFP +3000M, the highest protein animal in the world
This true production family is poised to move a lot higher in December!
Rickland Chairman 3573 VG-88
Hammer-Creek Snowman Kassie VG-85
2-00 365 36,525 4.0 1450 2.9 1075
2-01 365 33,6100 3.3 1122 30 1012
• #15 Type cow in the breed at +4.02T • Pregnancies by Kingboy, Kingpin, Bombero, Tatum and Park • Super Sampler at Select Sires Rickland Shan Carney, +3.60 Type & UDC
• #32 CTPI cow in the breed at +2335 GTPI • Pregnancies by Monterey, Kingboy and Yoder • Super Sampler soon to be released at Select Sires Rickland Predestine Pickford, +2491 GTPI +958NM
Embryos available from these great young cows and their herdmates. Stop in and visit during World Dairy Expo.
Rickert Bros. LLC Home of Rickland Holsteins
Jim & Greg Rickert Families RHA: 1020 cows 27,368 3.8 1033 3.0 829 19 Year Progressive Genetics Herd Award
Greg: 920-948-5150 W9135 Lincoln Rd., Eldorado, WI 54932 MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014 - 11
Golden Opportunity SALE
85 OF ILLINOIS’ FINEST SELL --- OCTOBER 25, 2014 --- ALTAMONT, IL --- 10:30 AM
Ms Gold Chip Bright-ET (VG-88 VG-MS 2Y)
Golden-Oaks Atwood Shae (EX-91)
Int. Champion, IL State Fair & IL State Show 1st C. 9/14 Atwood sells from Bright! Next dam is VG87 Mac, the dam of Brokaw, followed by the one & only Barbie! Butlerview - 217.341.2437
1-10 3x 333 27,120 4.4 1203 3.3 896 This Junior 3 sells and is entered at NAILE! Dam is EX90 Jeeves with 40,000-lbs. milk then EX-92 Marsh. Golden Oaks - 847.224.7861
KY-Blue Ruben Marla-Red-ET (2E-94)
Ronelee Iota Doodle-ET (VG-85 VG-MS 2Y)
Unanimous All-American R&W 5-Year-Old ‘09 Selling her 12/13 Fever granddaughter! Dam is VG-88 EX-MS Aftershock. Next 6 dams behind Marla are VG/ EX. Dylan Reed - 618.322.4074
Tri-Day Ashlyn (EX-96)
All-Time All-American 4-Year-Old Her VG-86 2Y Sanchez granddaughter sells! Dam is VG-88 Talent. This family continues to make great ones! Jones & Gill - 765.562.2955
KHW Regiment Apple-Red-ET (EX-96)
Reserve Grand Champion, International R&W ‘13 Selling her *PO Colt 45 granddaughter. Dam is VG-88 EX-MS *RC Shottle. Backed by 8 gens. VG/EX. Apple Partners - 815.493.6445
Schluter Roy Leann (2E-94)
GPTI +2366 +1746M +783NM +4.9PL +2.72T Her +2295 +739NM Jabir daughter sells! Dam is mat. sister to Domain, Dashawn, Durable & Dreamer. Next 4 dams EX. Trans-America Genetics - 450.771.6444
Grand Champion, IL State Jr Show 2012 Selling a Demsey fall calf from Leann! Leann has a best record over 30,000-lbs. milk. 5th dam is 2E-95 Dellia. Jessica Telgmann - 217.644.3264
Ocean-View Mandel Zandra (2E-95)
Golden-Oaks Champ Rae-ET (3E-93)
Reserve All-American Best 3 Females ‘98 & ‘02 Selling her 6/14 *RC Absolute great-granddaughter. Dam is EX-91 Dundee x VG-85 Blitz. Next 3 dams behind Zanda EX. Zehr & Watts - 815.743.5766
6-04 3x 365 41,590 4.1 1714 3.0 1240 Fresh Jr 2 Sid granddaughter sells from a VG-87 Aftershock. Heinzmann & Brammeier - 618.292.7311
Golden-Oaks Atwd Charla-ET (EX-90)
2-01 3x 365 33,000 4.2 1392 3.6 1177 Her +2089G +3.23T 12/13 Uno daughter sells. Charla is a 9th gen. EX Roxy! Next dam is Champ Rae (3E-93). Golden Oaks - 847.224.7861
Her full sister’s +2400 Jabir sells! Dam is +2254 +4.1PL +2.9T. Grandam is EX-91 EX-MS Sanchex x R-Z Baxter Caramel (VG-89-2Y-CAN). Next 5 gens VG/EX back to Juror Faith (EX-91). Nate Janssen - 847.224.7859
Brite-Side Morpheous Angel (VG-86 2Y)
Ralma Christmas Fudge-ET (VG-88 GMD DOM)
2-00 2x 305 25,040 3.6 894 3.2 800 She sells fresh! Dam is GP-82 Laramie with 26,00o-lbs. milk 3.7f. Next 4 dams have a combine production over 1 million lbs milk lifetime! Kasey Clanton - 618.322.3523
Shoremar S Alicia (EX-97)
5X All-American or All-Canadian in milking form Selling a fresh 9/12 Redburst x EX-91 September Storm x BKB Abby (3E-95) x Alicia. Lila Sloan - 815.222.3372 Jr 2 Dundee due in Nov sells. Dam is Pronto x GP-84 Goldwyn x Alicia. R-Way Holsteins - 309.498.0444 EX-90 Goldwyn sells from EX-92 Durham x Alicia. Ludwig Farms - 618.960.6539 9/12 Goldsun sells fresh from VG Shottle x GP-84 Goldwyn x Alicia Shae Ruppert - 309.498.0444
Savage-Leigh Lavisha-ET (VG-89 GMD)
From her VG-85 VG-MS 2Y Man-O-Man sells a 6/14 Brokaw. 3rd dam is Savage-Leigh Licorice-ET (EX-92 GMD DOM) then Bellwood Linda (2E-92 GMD DOM). Ludwig Farms - 618.960.6539
Team Durham Morgan-ET (EX-95)
2-03 2x 365 31,810 4.1 1292 3.2 1027 1st & 2nd C. Shamrocks sell from Christmas Fudge! She’s the dam of Christmas Cookie (VG-89 DOM). Next dam is VG-89. Marlin Bontager - 319.330.4513
Reserve Grand Champion, IL State Fair ‘14 Her VG-88 EX-MS 4Y Goldwyn mat. sister sells! Their dam is Irwindale Leduc Molly (2E-94), Supreme Champ OH Spring Show ‘08. Tyler Carter - 618.267.1825
Harvue Roy Frosty (2E-97 GMD)
Wilra Planet 961-ET (VG-85 VG-MS)
Supreme Champion World Dairy Expo ‘09 & ‘10 Fresh Windbrook x VG Goldwyn with 29,000-llbs. milk x 2E-92 Dundee x Frosty sells. Brett & Brennan Woker - 618.367.0263 9/14 Atwood sells! Dam is a Shamrock x Frosty! Brandon Delong - 231.335.6511
12/13 Asteroid sells from VG-88 Alexander x Valleyville Lheros Mada (EX-92), Res. Grand Champ, IL State Show. Brian Greenman
Red Alchemy sells with her Red Archive heifer! Next dam is GP-84 *PO Lawn Boy with 30,000-lbs. milk x VG-88 GMD x VG-86. Koebele - 217.683.2343 Selling a fresh Braxton x VG-86 Damion with 29,000lbs. milk x GP-84 VG-MS Blitz x EX-90 EX-MS Durham x Hedge-Row Mars Joyce (6E-93) with 300,000-lbs. milk. Riley Koehn -708.258.9628
Selling a 12/12 Brady due in Jan. Dam is VG-86 Fortune x 3E-94 Marlen x 5 more VG/EX. Patrick Tegeler - 217.259.5233
Fresh Shamrock sells from GP-82 Alexander with 32,000-lbs. milk. Next dam is EX Gibson x 7 more VG/ EX. Jared Gueldener - 618.377.2545
2-00 2x 365 32,000 3.3 1065 3.3 1062 Selling a 1st C. Kingboy from either her or her Shan daughter. Next dam is EX Ramos w/1660,000-lbs. milk x 3 more VG dams. Dale Probst - 217.683.2270 Selling a 2/14 *RC *PP Ohare x *PO Red Colt-P x VG-87 Red Destry x 6 more VG/EX. Koebele - 217.683.2343 6/12 Durham sells from VG-85 VG-MS Lyman x 2E-92 Zenith with 180,000-lbs. milk x 3 more VG. Michael Turley - 314.308.1005 Damion x EX-90 Nom. Jr All-American Goldwyn x VG87 Dundee x EX-97 James Rose. Brett Woker - 618.367.0263 *RC Snowmx due in Dec to Sid PP sells. Dam is VG-87 Talent x 10 VG/EX from the Roxys! Rollin-Huels - 618.594.3328
Goldie Sanchez Chardonay-ET (EX-91 3Y)
Welu Boyoboy Brilliant-ET (VG-87 VG-MS 2Y)
Her +2213 Predestine granddaughter sells! Dam is Beau x Chardonay x R-Z Baxter Caramel (VG-89-2YCAN). Next 5 gens VG/EX back to Juror Faith (EX-91). Nate Janssen - 847.224.7859
Her +2356G +1938M Chevrolet sells! 4th dam is VG-86 Goldwyn then 5 of 6 next dams all VG/EX back to Regancrest Mark Chairman Bea (EX-91 GMD). Trans-America Genetics - 450.771.6444
Blondin James Supra (EX-90-CAN 9* )
Astrahoe LJ Rosa Rebel-ET (2E-92)
Vandyk-K Integrity Paradise
Supreme Champion, World Dairy Expo ‘00 & ‘02 From her VG-88 Stormatic maternal sister sells a possible *RC fresh Destry 2Y. Jim Schumacher - 217.857.6374
Ernlo Sue-Lynn (VG-88 GMD)
Reserve All-Canadia 4-Year-Old 2004 Selling her 2Y Sanchez granddaughter. Dam is VG88 EX-MS Dundee. From the same family as EX-97 Seisme! Larry Kleiner - 618.654.7980
13th Generation Excellent! Her Haven granddaughter sells due in December to Brokaw. Dam is EX Durham. Brady Heinzmann - 618.226.3606
4-10 2x 365 41,920 4.0 1664 2.9 1233 VG Sanchez daughter sells! Also selling VG Super x VG-86 Socrates x Sue-Lynn. Next 7 dams VG/EX. Olbrich & Lomen - 815.482.7426
Brite-Side Rdmn Reva-Red (EX-90)
Cherown SY Delilah-TW (4E-96)
JK-RG Advent Arlene-Red-ET (2E-93)
3-06 2x 365 32,240 4.4 1423 3.0 958 Selling her 3/14 *RC Colt 45 daughter. Grandam is 2E90 *RC Gibson with 30,000-lbs. milk 3.9f 3.2p. Jason Oertel - 618.779.9060
Life: 2374 231,039 4.0 9151 3.2 7319 Her VG-86 VG-MS 2Y Goldwyn granddaughter sells! She made over 29,000-lbs. milk at 2-03. Dam is GP-82 Zenith. Brennan Woker - 618.367.0263
6-04 2x 305 27,990 3.4 939 3.1 856 Her RED 9/12 Ladd granddaughter sells. Dam is GP-83 Redlou. 3rd dam is All-American Greenlea Rub Marlene-Red (3E-94). B Willenborg - 618.425.3021
And many more . . .
SALE SPONSORED BY THE ILLINOIS HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION
Chairman: Kevin Wendling 217.240.6196 --- Co-Chairman: Jason Swanson 815.703.7607 Scott Courtney 563.380.1318 --- Larry Kleiner 217.827.3468 --- Brian Olbrich 815.482.7426 Bruce Gingerich 574.536.3061 --- Chad Ryan 920.960.1449 --- Lucas Clanton 618.322.3523 Catalog will be available on DairyAgendaToday.com, IllinoisHolsteins.com & HolsteinWorld.com To request a catalog, please email Kevin: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Champions from the Central Plains Holstein Show
Left to right: Katelyn Greuhl, SD Dairy Princess Junior Champion Strans-Tola GC Alleycat, Newalta Dairy, Ian Vander Wal at the halter
Left to right: Champion - Al-Shar Embers Alex-ET, Al-Shar Holsteins & SDG Jim Vierhout at the halter
Left to right: Senior and Grand Champion Ashview Sal Jamaica Will, Molly, Ted, Grace Norling, Tony Golgoski at the halter
Res. Junior Champion Ashview-TG Atwood Lacey-ET, Molly & Ted Norling, Judge Chad Ryan
Reserve Champion Ashview SDG After Tobi-ET, Ashview Holsteins & SDG, Molly Norling at the halter
Reserve Grand Chamion Al-Shar Embers Alex Jim Vierhout at the halter, Darin Zoellner & Judge Chad Ryan
Lois Holsteins Leading Ladies L-Shot Aftershock Hazel
Sco-Lo Roy J-Wow
Miss Lauthority Glamorous
2nd Junior Spring Calf, District 6 Show Junior All-WI Spring Calf Reserve All-WI Spring Calf
2nd Junior Fall Calf, Oklahoma Spring Show 1st Junior, 2nd Open Spring Calf & pulled out for Jr. Champion of the Junior Show, Midwest National Spring Show
1st Junior, 6th Open Winter Yearling, Midwest National Spring Show
~ now owned by Katie Bednarski & Alex Claypool ~ Dams: Fever x EX-90 full sister to Stormi Hazel x EX-90 2E
~ Dams: VG-87 Alexander x EX-95 Jaguar
GARY, MARY & KASEY LOIS 7129 368th Ave., Burlington, WI 53105 • 262-537-4923 Gary 16 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014
~ Dams: EX-91 Durham x EX-94 Wegnerlann Gabby
Your Golden Opportunity Angel She Sells October 25th
Illini Golden Opportunity Sale
Brite-Side Morpheous Angel VG-86-2Y
2-00 305d 25,040 3.6 894 3.0 753 Dam: Holbric Mil-R-Mor Adylia-ET GP-82-2Y 2-03 365d 26,010 3.7 974 3.1 809 2nd Dam: Hedge-Row Leadman Abby 5E-94 11-05 365d 47,420 4.6 2202 3.5 1639 Life: 302,920 3.6 10908 3.1 9469
Entered as a Jr. 3 at NAILE in November Bruce Joyce Shorty
1169 N 100th Street Mulberry Grove, IL 62262 (618) 425-3523 Farm (618) 322-3523 Lucas
Lucas Michelle Kasey Kyle
A POLLED Golden Opportunity SELLING OCTOBER 25TH! ILLINI GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY SALE BRITE-SIDE C-45 REVA P*RC*POLLED Born: 3/4/14 owned with Moroville Holsteins
Sire: Mr Chassity Colt 45 P*RC Dam: Brite Side Redman Reva-Red EX-90-2E EX-MS (left) 3-06 365d 32,240 4.4 1423 3.0 958 2nd Dam: Brite-Side Gibson Evita*RC EX-90-2E 3-09 365d 30,110 3.9 1180 3.2 972 3rd Dam: Hi-Way-Haven Star Emily*RC EX-90-2E Next 6 Dams: EX, EX-92 DOM, VG-86 DOM, VG-85, VG-85, EX Maternal Sisters to Consignment: EX-92&VG-87 Advents, VG-87 Tycoon, VG-86&VG-85 Durables Redman Reva also has daughters by Sanchez, Atwood & ALSO SELLING! BRITE-SIDE HERO LIONA - sells fresh with a fancy udder! Aftershock & has pregnancies by Colt 45 P, Reality & Acme Hero x VG-87 Talent x VG-86Marmax x 6 more VG-EX dams back to C Continental Scarlet-Red EX-95 GMD GRAM-WAY GABOR DORTHY - sells fresh - due 9/27! Gabor x Shottle x Affirmed x EX Gibson owned by Ryan Graham MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2104 - 17
Hartford Genomic Extravaganza II Sale Monday, November 17, 2014 • Olmsted County Fairgrounds • Rochester, MN
Many Red, Red carried and Polled offspring and Family members sell from the DES-Y-GEN PLANET SILK-ET EX-90 EX-92-MS family.
DES-Y-GEN PLANET SILK-ET *RC EX-90 EX-92-MS
2-01 365 28,931 4.1 1,177 3.4 981 DGV LPI +2672 I US 4/14 GTPI +2076 / NM $619 / PTAT +1.98 Planet x VG-85 x VG-87 7* x VG 87 8* x Splendor VG-86 37* x VG-88 18* x EX 14* x EX 2E 7* plus 3 generations VG from the Glen Drummond Splendor family
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DYMENTHOLM SUNVIEW SCOBY-ET *RC VG-85 MS-VG
Get Your Own Piece of Silk
2-00 2x 100 8,210 4.1 339 2.8 214 inc. GTPI +2182 +1817M +65F +44P + 676NM$ This RC Epic daughter of Silk sells with numerous offspring.
100 Head sell many that are Red and/or polled from some of the breeds best families
Bob & Diane Eustice 4331 Co. Rd. 5, N • Byron, MN 55920 507-775-2211 • Cell 507-398-6142 • firstname.lastname@example.org 18 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014
Sale Managed by: SCOTT & AMY COURTNEY
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Saturday, October 18 • 11:00 a.m. • Grant County Fairgrounds, Lancaster, WI Open House, Friday, October 17 - 6-9 p.m • Continental Breakfast Sale Day at 10:30 a.m. +2343 GTPI Mogul
Liquid Gold from the Altitudes
Armani Fall Calf Sells
+2151 GTPI Supersire Sells
J-MOR MAN-O-MAN HONEY-ET
B&L DUNDEE SAMANTHA EX-94 2E
VG-88 VG-MS +2270 GTPI
2-00 3x 365 25,800 4.1 1056 3.3 849 PTA +683M +61F +46P +585NM 8/14 Honey’s 9/2013 Mogul sells with +2343 GTPI and +992M +70F +45P +735NM +5.0PL. 2nd dam EX-90, then 7 more VG or EX dams. Full sister sold for $180,000 2014 Intl. Intrigue. James Moret
4-05 2x 365 32,000 3.7 1173 3.2 1024 Heidi’s 11/13 Liquid Gold sells with +2030 GTPI, +1064M, +73F, +38P and +451NM. 2nd dam EX-91 Sept Storm, then EX-95 2E DOM Altitude, EX-93 3E DOM, EX-94 4E DOM and EX-96 4E DOM August. High Altitude Syndicate
5-01 2x 305 31,670 4.2 1323 3.0 940 3x Nominated All-American Selling are Samantha’s Armani Fall Calf and 5 #1 Labron embryos. Majestic View Genetics LLC Also selling a 6/14 Sanchez from Samantha’s GP-83 2Y Goldwyn. Levi Banowetz
4-03 2x 365 41,610 4.6 1900 3.3 1373 4th Junior 2 Year Old, WDE 2008 A 1/14 Supersire sells from Tabitha’s VG-86 3Y Aftershock. 3rd dam EX-92 2E, then EX-94 2E, EX-95 2E DOM Inspiration Tina. Janssen Cattle Co.
Gold Chip from the Altitudes
+2200 AltaOak from AI Family
Fever 3Y from the Elegances
KHW GOLDWYN AIKO-ET
STRAUSSDALE B JS LOUELLA-ET
KRULL BROKER ELEGANCE
ZIEMS REGINALD MUDDYS MONET
EX-91 EX-MS DOM
VG-87 VG-MS DOM
EX-96 3E GMD DOM
VG-85 at 2-0
5-07 2x 365 29,150 5.1 1500 3.8 1104 Aiko’s Gold Chip granddaughter 2-year-old sells fresh in July and from a *RC Sanchez. 3rd dam EX-95 2E DOM Altitude, EX-93 3E DOM, EX-94 4E DOM and EX-96 4E DOM August. High Altitude Syndicate & Redrock View
5-08 3x 365 42,710 4.0 1711 3.2 1373 Selling Louella’s AltaOak granddaughter from a GP-84 Robust with sons in A.I. Next dams VG-86 DOM, EX-90 GMD DOM and EX-92 2E GMD DOM. Straussdale Holsteins LLC
5-07 2x 365 40,950 3.7 1522 3.1 1272 Selling is a GP-83 2Y Fever from an EX-92 Astronomical with 172,520 6575F 5572P lifetime, then Elegance. Next dams: EX-90 DOM, EX-90 DOM, EX-92 GMD DOM & EX-92 4E GMD. Matthew Henkes
2-00 169 11,124 4.2 463 3.1 344 inc. 3rd Jr. 2 yr Old, MW Spring National 2014 6th Jr. 2 Yr Old, WI Championship Show 2014 Offering 5 #1 full sibling embryos. Dam is EX-92 Damion then EX-94 3E Outside and EX-95 4E. Violet Hill
Enforcer Fall Calf
Bradnick Fall Calf
Other Outstanding Consignments:
ZIEMS ATWOOD LOTUS
• Fresh Sid from VG-85 Mac with 30,320 1064F 857P then VG-85 Modest with 28,790 845F 809P, EX-90 Finley and EX-91 3E GMD DOM Outside Pandora. PAUL BUHR • 9/13 Sterling from VG-86 2Y Damion backed by 7 EX dams back to EX-97 4E Jan-Com Fond Matt Matilda. MIL-R-MOR • Spring Calf by Sherlock from VG-86 3Y with 30,560 3.8 1162 3.1 960 at 2-00. 2nd dam VG-88 DOM with 36,850 1922F 1098P then 8 more VG or EX dams. JOHN HASS • A fall calf Braxton & spring yearling Bradnick sell from VG-85 Fever then VG-88 Durham, EX-90 Progress with 121,739 5135F 3734P lifetime, EX-94 3E & 3 more EX dams back to EX-97 Roxy. SHAWN & LEVI BANOWETZ, JOE ADAMS • Bred yearling by Epic from EX-90 Cameo with 4-01 365 40,140 4.4 1780 3.2 1272. 2nd dam EX-90 GMD DOM and 5 more VG or EX dams from the Juror Faiths. LINDSEY LEPKE • RED GP-84 2Y by Destin-Red sells from VG-88 Uncle Sam with 130,110 5559F 3831P lifetime. 2nd dam GP-83, then EX-90 2E DOM and EX-93 3E DOM. KATHRYN SWENSON • 6 #1 Gold Chip embryos from +2000 GTPI AltaIota. 2nd dam VG-87 VG-MS Goldwyn with 33,220 1305F 1138P, then VG-87 GMD DOM Blitz, EX-90 Skychief and EX-94. KLOSSNER • Absolute winter calf sells from GP-81 Eland with 154,410 6018F 4373P lifetime then EX-93 2E DOM Ito with 153,250 6431F 4753P lifetime. DEAN KAMMES • Fresh *RC GP-82 3Y Jet-Red from EX-92 3E Lawnboy with 158,310 5548F 4826P lifetime, then VG-85 with 160,070 4883F 4675P lifetime. JIM & VICKY CLELAND
BUTZ-BUTLER GOLD BARBARA EX-92
VG-86 at 2Y
2-06 2x 305 26,190 4.3 1136 3.4 891 Selling a fall calf by Enforcer from an EX-91 full sister to Gold Barbara. Next dam EX-92 2E DOM, EX-92 GMD DOM Barbie and 4 more EX dams. Norm Nabholz
2-03 365 25,279 4.3 1078 3.2 714 Selling a fancy 9/13 Bradnick from Lotus. 2nd dam EX-94 4E Stardust then VG-88, EX-91, EX-92 5E Matt-Carlo & 2 more EX dams. Violet Hill
For Catalogs or Information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Co-Chairs: Cassy Krull 920-253-9428 Aaron Kleemann 608-341-9606 Jacob Leum 608-632-0409 Theresa Madland 608-393-6405 AUCTIONEER: John Hager, Waukon, IA PEDIGREES: Norm Nabholz, West Union, IA
EX-95 2E EX-MS
JERSEY CONSIGNMENTS • 5 #1 embryos by Verbatim from Ratliff F Prize Kay-ET EX-93. CASSY KRULL • VG-86 Jade granddaughter of Veronica. KRULL & BRANDENBURG • Milking Shocker granddaughter of Underground Mamie sells with her baby calf. NABHOLZ • All-Lynns Vernon Nancy sells with a +192 GJPI (9/14) and 3 maternal brothers in A.I. ALLEN Many more consignments from top families including embryos & color breeds. MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014 - 19
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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS
5117 CTH “N”, EDGAR, WI 54426 • 715-352-3656 Mike & Linda King Kevin & June King
Russ & Rosie Bauman Edgar, WI • 715-352-3177
GRANDEUR HOLSTEINS BLIVEN FAMILY R865 Mount View Lane Athens, WI 54411 Phone: 715-257-7255 e-mail: email@example.com
Gary’s Dairy Good-Time registered Holsteins
Gary Stankowski Owner Home: 3860 Sugar Bush Rd. Mosinee, WI 54455 (715) 693-3197 Farm: 543 Hwy. S Mosinee, WI 54455 (715) 693-0799
Ron-Hub Doll Arlinda Chief EX-91 3E Purchased in 1972 at the Ronhub Dispersal in Grayslake, IL as an unscored 2-year-old Q: What do these cows have in common? Lane-Crest Mark Easter EX-92 Lane-Crest Bell Rex Dolly EX-92 Lane-Crest C Matt Birdie EX-91 Lane-Crest Cleitus Belle EX-90 Crestwood Jabot Dolly EX-90 Crestwood Durham Daria EX-92 Crestwood Durham Emmy EX-90 Crestwood Blackstar Bunny EX-90 Crestwood Shottle Belle EX-90 A: 1. They all trace back to Doll. 2. They all called Crestwood their home.
Loren & Anita Birkey Wausau, WI • 715-845-8601 20 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014
Aloysius King Feb. 19, 1921 - June 30, 2014 Father ~ Farmer
He will be missed!
Thanks to everyone who supported our sale this past summer! Looking forward to what the future brings to us!
Dream Team Holsteins Don, Jenna, Malayna & Kendra Fahey 11360 Rainbow Dr., Merrill, WI 54452 715-539-8320 firstname.lastname@example.org
SCHREIBER ACRES LLC Galen & Marlene
Bart & Brittany
2193 Wuerztburg Rd., Athens, WI 54411 Ph.: 715-223-4534 Cell: 715-680-0437 email@example.com
2213 Wuerztburg Rd., Athens, WI 54411 Cell: 715-613-9172
Jo-Wal-Langs Gold Nadia-ET EX-94 EX-94MS at 8-05 Supreme Champion, WI Valley Fair
and Jo-Wal-Langs Tlnt Nanny-ET EX-94 EX-94MS at 6-05 Believed to be the first mother/daughter pair to be scored EX-94 & EX-94MS on the same day.
If you’re looking for cows - our herd is for sale. Most of the herd goes back to the same cow family as Nadia and Nanny. Inquiries are welcome. JOE & GEORGE WALDVOGEL & Sons 3604 Merrill Ave., Wausau, WI 54401 Phone: 715-675-2858 • firstname.lastname@example.org
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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS
Ded-Dit Holsteins September calf going in Wisconsin Valley Fair Heifer Program Ded-Dit Braxton Big Shot Will be looking for more fall calves.
Doug Dittmar 6006 - 3 Birch Street, Schofield, WI 54476
MAR-BY HOLSTEINS Bosside Apl Arabella-Red February flush - 9 #1 embyros by Dual PP Dam: Ms Apple Danika VG-85 2nd Dam: Ms Delicious Apple-Red VG-88 3rd Dam: KHW Regiment Apple-Red EX-96 owned by Sam Nigon
Mark Bychinski 715-571-0843
B921 Century Rd., Spencer, WI 54479 715-659-3844
Call Milkyhill Cattle Sales for rates. Will be done professionally.
Keith & Cassi Bauman Korbyn, Karsyn & Chase
Selecting for Barron Fall Sale Nov. 8th
W615 Cty. Hwy. N, Edgar, WI 54426 715-615-3552
ed mielke 715-574-2931
On-Q Holsteins LLC 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
Goldcrest Shottle Candy-ET now EX-90! Daughters milking by Man-O-Man, Freddie, Robust & Jives
A Grass-Based dairy farm with Strong Cow Families Sam & Jenn Zimmermann Mason, Adelle, Neah & Garrison E2259 County Rd. Q, Ringle, WI 54471 Cell: 715-218-8619
• 14th generation EX from the Royal Rosa family • Grand Champion R&W and Reserve Supreme Champion at the Wisconsin Valley Fair
Fred, Lynne & Matt Harder
8470 Hwy. H, Athens, WI 54411 Phone/Fax: 715-257-7480 • Matt cell: 715-571-3792
Castleholm Rae-Love-Red-ET EX-90 at 4-06 Congrats to Devin, Alex & Danielle on having a successful show season!
Dan and Michelle Mielke
F2171 Huckleberry Rd, Colby, WI 54421 715-223-4371 Cell: 715-255-2356 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
DAL-SKI HOLSTEINS David & Paulette Lemanski Andrew, Dana, Anthony, Devin, Alex & Danielle 715-352-3382 Fax: 715-352-3038 3475 Cardinal Lane, Marathon, WI 54448 Visitors Welcome MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014 - 21
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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS Langs-Twin-B Kulp-P 5052-ET
FARMS “Striving for that fine line of genetic excellence”
GTPI +2250 PTA +1058M +61F +48P +642NM +3.4PL +2.81T +2.69UDC +2.27FLC 8/14 Sired by Golden PP-Red, she’s over 269 pts. over parent average
Eileen now 3E and due again in October to Lauthority!
North-Log Allen Eileen EX-91 3E 5-03 43,281 4.2 1802 3.1 1359 From the great Elegance family Progress is coming along well on our new facilities to replace our collapsed freestall from last February. Hoping our new fully automated milking system will be up and running by mid-October. 9570 State Hwy. 153, Wittenberg, WI 54499 Telephone (715) 454-6217 Fax (715)-454-6775 Carl & June Norrbom
Paul & Kim Norrbom Katelyn, Paige & Emily
Dam: Hartford Lotta-Hill 940 VG-87 VG-MS DOM 2-01 2x 365 32,490 4.8 1545 3.2 1049 GTPI +2157 PTA +988M +75F +37P +622NM +3.0PL +2.33T +2.47UDC
Floyd & Lloyd Baumann
Marathon, WI Ph: 715-443-3595 Fax: 715-443-3833
Lang’s Twin Elm Farms, Inc. Fred Lang Marathon, WI
Ph: 715-443-2037 Fax: 715-443-3742
One of those Good Days Owned by: Thomas & Florine Bunkelman Brooke, Brent & Brodie
Nor-Way-Pete Durham Norrie EX-94 7-02 3x 365 44,522 3.6 1591 3.0 1339 Grand Champion, Central WI State Fair 2008 Supreme Champion, WI Valley Fair 2008 & 2013
Norrie was pronounced pregnant and due in April at 10-05. She barely ages. Maybe she has one more run left in her. In answer to our “Will she make it?” ad, Nor-Way-Pete Mathie Jazzmin EX-90 finished her lifetime with 401,128 lbs. of milk. Not a show cow, not a genetic giant, but 8 tanker loads of milk in her lifetime pays a lot of bills.
Tomkins Hztry Sizln Sunshine Only heifer fromTomkins Mrburns Zizzler-Red, VG-85. Even though she is black and white, she’s pretty sweet and is ready to walk the colored shavings at World Dairy Expo after her win at the District 4 Show, Northern WI State Fair Reserve Jr. Champion, Minnesota State Fair Reserve Jr. Champion and finished out being named Jr. Champion at the Central WI State Fair.
F4680 Walnut Rd., Edgar, WI 54426 Ph.: 715-581-6460 E-mail: email@example.com 22 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014
NOR-WAY-PETE FARMS, INC. 1751 Cherry Drive, Eland, WI 54427 Home of NOR-WAY-PETE & Four-of-a-Kind Reg. Holsteins RHA: 3x 257 cows 29,579 3.9 1150 3.0 879
Chad & Andy Peterson, owners 715-302-0482 Dan Cnossen, herd manager 715-302-1327 firstname.lastname@example.org Visitors Always Welcome!
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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS
FUSTEAD HOLSTEINS Fustead Mogul Lilac-ET
Bosside Apple Alice-Red +24P +43F -72M 2.59SCS +4.8PL 0.1DPR +3.72T +3.93UDC +3.00FLC +2241 GTPI
Flushing Alice-Red & her VG-88 Goldwyn dam. When youâ€™re traveling to or from World Dairy Expo, come check them out!
For Apple calves & embryos, call John & Tineke Boschma H4370 Townline Rd., Colby, WI 54421 PH: 715-223-0534 Fax: 715-223-1114 E-Mail: email@example.com www.bossideholsteins.com RHA: 46 cows 25,956 1034F 806P BAA: 107.8%
Everybody Loves Some Dessert! Matt-Dari Goldchip Dessert-ET Dessert is only fresh a month, but is developing into one of the better two-year-olds at Matt-Dari. Dessert is from the Dev-Lin Dana Out Daisy-ET family.
GTPI +2527 Lilacisfresh&lookinggood! Dam:Glen-ToctinBoltLucille-ET GTPI+2169VG-89EX-MS
FUSTEAD HOLSTEINS Brian&WendyFust Wausau,WI
Tyler,Shannon&Sarah 715-842-5868/Ph Adam&Jennifer, 715-848-0465/Fax Aiden,Bailey&Connor
L-L-M-Dairy L-L-M Dairy Jabir Phern-ET GTPI +2497 +2073M +104F +72P +877NM$ +1.4DPR +2.40 PTAT +1.99 FLC +2.14 UDC Her Supersire dam is +2301GTPI +1697M +92F +63P & due in December Her Granddam: L-L-M Dairy J Stream Procky VG-87 DOM 1-11 2x 365 32,760 3.9 1262 3.4 1113
Dam: Matt-Dari Shottle Doreen-ET VG-88 4-08 256 33,334 4.2 1414 2.9 979 2nd Dam: Dev-Lin Dana Out Daisy-ET EX-90 GMD DOM 3-10 365 37,390 3.9 1444 2.8 1059
We are calving in a number of daughters of Procky and they are some of our best two-yearolds. This cow family continues to prove itself generation after generation.
Matthiae Dairy Farms, Inc. Home of Matt-Dari Holsteins Maynard - Jason David - Michael 4839 Martin Lane, Marathon, WI Ph: 715-443-2347 or Cell: 715-370-8556 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org RHA: 30,175 4.0 1213 3.1 950
E916 Hwy. Q Ringle, WI 54471 715-297-8485 Leon 715-297-8483 Lyle www.llmdairy.com MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014 - 23
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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS
CRESTWOOD FARM Crestwood Farm is celebrating 25 years in business in 2014. Loren and Anita Birkey and their 5-year-old son Jordan moved from Amboy, Indiana to Wausau, Wisconsin in the spring of 1989. Loren had been renting his home farm and managing the Lane-Crest herd since 1981. Prior to that, Loren was a sales rep for MABC-Select Sires in Central Wisconsin and then later became the first full-time evaluator in northern Wisconsin for Select Sires. It was during this time Loren met Anita Oberg from Marshfield. In November of 1980 they were married. In 1993 the Birkeys had a milking herd dispersal that averaged $2840. Loren went back to work for Select in 1994 and retired in January of 2010. Returning to the farm full-time, the decision was made to start milking again in November 2011. The current herd consists of 40 cows, many of which Anita & Loren Birkey trace back to two Gold Medal Dams bred in Indiana, LaneCrest C-Matt Birdie 3E-91 and Lane-Crest Bell Rex Dolly EX-92. The star of today’s herd is Crestwood Shottle Belle EX, an eighth generation homebred VG or EX, who traces back 50 years to Loren’s first 4-H animal. Belle has two Durham daughters.
Lane-Crest C-Matt Birdie EX-91 3E
Lane-Crest Bell Rex Dolly EX-92
Crestwood Farm consists of 280 acres with 240 tillable. The main crops are soybeans, alfalfa and corn and cows are pastured during the summer. The Birkey family consists of Loren, Anita, Jordan and his wife Holly and their children, Bryghton (6) and Lorelei (3), as well as Loren and Anita’s younger son Trevor. Anita is a respiratory therapist at Aspirus-Wausau Hospital. She has also played piano and keyboard for many years at Highland Community Church in Wausau. Jordan served 11 years in the U.S. Air Force and was the Director of Satellite Communications for Europe. His family was based in Germany for seven years. Jordan left the Air Force in 2012. He has a degree in Electrical Engineering and is working as a mechanical engineer at Curwood Industries in New London, Wisconsin, where he and his family reside. Trevor graduated with highest honors from UW-La Crosse with a degree in Biochemistry. He will be entering medical school next summer. Trevor enjoys playing guitar, drums and singing, and was a worship leader for Campus Crusade for Christ while at La Crosse. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our many friends who helped us maintain our herd during the years when we were not actively dairying, especially Karl and Barb Wogsland. We also say thanks to Doug and Mary Urban, who told us about the availability of the farm we now call home. We appreciate Marathon County Holstein Association for sponsoring this page and ask that you continue to follow our herd through our ads in the Marathon County section.
Loren & Anita Birkey Wausau, WI • 715-845-8601 24 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014
Shadow-W Astro Bianca All-Minnesota Aged Cow
2nd place aged cow at the Midwest Fall National NEW score of EX-94
Premier Breeder at the Minnesota State Fair and Midwest Fall National Animals that helped with that award:
Hoese Atwood Glitz-ET, Jr Calf Hoese Goldwyn Breanne-ET, Sr 2 Yr Old Hoese Braxton Blissful-TW-VG87, Jr 3 Yr Old Hoese Braxton Bayleigh-TW-VG88, Jr 3 Yr Old Hoese Jasper Bristol-EX90, 4 Yr Old Hoese Durham Berlyn-EX92, Aged Cow
7614 Dairy Avenue, Glencoe, MN 55336 • David, Cindy, Jeremy, and Maemie Hoese
320.864.3848 • David Cell: 320.779.0034 • Jeremy Cell: 320.420.0643 • email@example.com
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Char-La Don Holsteins - Supreme “A family that shows together grows together” - the same can be said for a family that farms together! The Telgmann family, including parents Don and Kim and their three daughters - Allison (23), Jessica (20) and Olivia (16) work closely together as they operate their family farm. “Our farm is a family operation. Everyone is involved,” shares Kim Telgmann of Char-La-Don Holsteins. Telgmann Dairy was established back in the 1900s by Erwin Telgmann near Strasburg, Illinois in Shelby County. 2014 Illinois State Fair Junior Show Supreme Champion - O-Kop Logan Adriann-EX-90 Telgmann Dairy began as a Guernsey farm. They milked Guernseys until late 1957 when they built a milking parlor and the Guernsey herd was dispersed. They were replaced with grade Holsteins. The parlor was the second milking parlor in Shelby County at the time. Erwin’s son Gene was then married to Helen Miller. Around 1970 when Gene and Helen’s children joined 4-H, the first Registered Holsteins were purchased to show at the county fair and called Telgmann Dairy their new home. Today, the herd is 100% Registered Holsteins and consists of 65 head that are still milked in the original parlor that has received several updates. To date, the herd has a rolling herd average of 21,000 pounds of milk. The cows are housed in a free stall barn with sand bedding and are fed free choice hay along with a TMR mixture. Telgmann Dairy, also known as Char-La-Don Holsteins, is a family operation and all of the work is mostly done by family. The farm has been passed down from Erwin to Gene who in turn passed it down to his son, Don. Gene and Don farmed together for many years until 1996 O-Kop Logan Adriann EX-90 EX-MS when Gene and Helen built a home in town and Don and his wife Kim Logan x EX-90 Sept Storm x EX-92-2E Counselor moved to the farm. Kim along with Don’s sister Charlene handle much Show Results of the milking. Don and Kim’s daughters, Allison, Jessica and Olivia, Supreme Champion Illinois State Fair 2014 have grown up to enjoy helping on the farm as well and actively help Res. Grand Champion Illinois State Fair Junior Show 2013 with various chores at different times. Helen, Don’s mother, has always HM Senior Champion Mid-East Fall National Show 2013 lent a helping hand in running the girls to any activities while the chores were being done and Gene, Don’s father, still helped as much as possible until his death in March of 2009. When asked about their breeding philosophy at Char-La-Don Holsteins, Don shares, “Our breeding philosophy has always been for production, but has changed to be more for type in recent years since the Telgmann girls have been bitten by the SHOW BUG!!” Allison, Jessica and Olivia have shared the love of the show spotlight and have been quite successful, especially in recent years. The hard work and dedication that they put in at home has paid off in the show ring with the champion banners that have found their way home to Char-La-Don Holsteins. A few highlights include winning Supreme Champion of the 2014 Schluter Roy Leann EX-94-2E Roy x Durham x EX-91 Leduc Show Results Grand Champion Illinois State Fair Junior Show 2008
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Dreams Coming True! Illinois State Fair Junior Show, Supreme Champion Land of Lincoln at Illinois State Fair a couple times and receiving Junior AllAmerican nominations for three of their cows over the years. One of the early “show-stoppers” was Schluter Roy Leann EX-94-2E. Sired by Roylane Jordan, Leann was named Grand Champion of the 2008 Illinois State Fair Junior Holstein Show and this was their first time having the opportunity to show for Supreme Champion. Don shares that this was the most memorable moment because his dad was at the fair. He had been battling cancer and was so proud to be at the fair that year! The Telgmann family is very excited to share that they will be selling the first offering from Leann on this year’s Illini Golden Opportunity Sale on October 25th in Effingham! Selling will be Leann’s Dempsey Fall Calf, Char-LaDon Dempsey Lavish. More recently, gracing the shows has been O-Kop Logan Adriann EX-90 EX-MS. Adriann was named Reserve Grand Champion of the Illinois State Fair Junior Holstein Show and Honorable Mention Senior Champion of the Mid-East Fall National Holstein Show in 2013. Adriann, sired by Ehrhardt Logan, is backed by an EX-90 September Storm, then an EX-92-2E Counselor. She returned to the show ring in 2014 where she claimed the title of Supreme Champion of the Illinois State Fair Junior Show. Another favorite, Luck-E Goldwyn Amber EX-90 EX-MS has achieved much success in
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the show ring. Sired by the World Dairy Expo Premier Sire, Braedale Goldwyn, Amber was destined for show ring success! Her dam is an EX-94-3E Outside and her grand-dam is an EX90-2E Black Ice. Amber was selected as the Grand Champion of the Illinois State Fair Junior Show in 2013 and was also named Supreme Champion of the DuQuoin State Fair Junior and Open Shows. She reclaimed her DuQuoin State Fair Supreme Champion title in 2014. Not only is showing a passion for Jessica Telgmann, but dairy judging has also become Luck-E Goldwyn Amber EX-90 EX-MS a passion and certainly Goldwyn x EX-94-3E Outside x EX-90-2E Black Ice one that she excels at. Show Results Supreme Champion DuQuoin County Fair 2014 Jessica began her college Supreme Champion DuQuoin County Fair 2013 career at Kaskaskia Junior Grand Champion Illinois State Fair Junior Show 2013 College where she was on the dairy judging team. At the 2013 World Dairy Expo, Jessica was caught the “SHOW BUG” as they add high honored to be named the top individual in type sires to their herd. You will find daughters the Post-Secondary Judging Contest and the of Roy, Braxton, Shottle and Sanchez. They Kaskaskia College team were named National are currently using Guthrie, Dempsey, Gold Champions! She continues her love for dairy Chip, Aftershock and Atwood in their herd judging as a member of the University of today. Success takes hard work and working Illinois Dairy Judging team. Char-La-Don Holsteins has certainly together as a family is something that the Telgmann family takes pride in. “Through the years, we have been blessed so much after our purchases of a few good show animals. We continue to strive for breeding these animals to continue this quality all throughout our herd!” shares Don Telgmann.
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Fancy 2-Year-Old Futurity Winner Atwood Beth
Bluff-Ridge VG-88-2Y Illinois State Show 2-Yr-Old Futurity Winner 2014 Dam: Bluff-Ridge Aspen Bethany VG-86 3-05 305d 25,190 5.4 1369 3.2 818 2nd Dam: Bluff-Ridge Roy Brooke 2E-91 7-02 365d 31,800 3.1 978 3.0 940 Life: 147,990 3.6 5394 3.1 4575 3rd Dam: Bluff-Ridge Encore Butercup 3E-94 DOM Selling October 25th ∙ Illini Golden Opportunity Sale ∙ Effingham Double-D Colt Jen-Red-ET ∙ Fresh 7/23/14 with her 1st calf Dam: Hy-Class Advnt Jessi-Red-ET EX-90 ∙ Lifetime: 110,310 4.1 4553 3.0 3335 2nd Dam: Hy-Class Rang Jathne-Red-TW EX-90 ∙ Lifetime: 104,660 3.7 3840 3.0 3117
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Midwest Fall National Results
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Da-Mar GW Atwood Dante • 5th Summer Yearling • Dam: MS Lheros Delightful EX-92 • We have Dante x Corvette IVF eggs and daughters available
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Ms Lheros Delightful- EX-92 Nakota Terrison Twinkles- EX-90 Da-Mar Kandy Love- VG-88 Becker-Valley Sunny- VG-88 Son-Day Atwood Bootie- VG-87
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Da-Mar Thunder August
• 2nd Winter Yearling • Great Granddaughter to Da-Mar Progress Lee EX-93 2E
MN Fall Sale Consignments: Empty Pockets Hvezda Bunny
Bunny is a sharp and angular fall calf with a beautiful side profile. She was a member of the 1st place - Jr. Best Three Females at the McLeod County Fair.
Da-Mar Redburst Gipsi
Gipsi is a balanced fall calf from the Scientific Grace Red Family. Gipsi’s dam, Stranshome Contender Galaxy-RC, is a potential 11th generation Excellent!
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28th Annual WHA Futurity a Night to Remember The Wisconsin Holstein Association Futurity is always a night to remember, and this year was no exception. The crowd gathered on Saturday, August 9th to watch our stunning exhibitors and their entries enter the arena to compete for the title of champion of the 28th annual WHA Futurity. Judge Joe Gibbs of Epworth, Iowa, was tasked with placing eight of the best Registered Holstein three-yearold cows that Wisconsin has to offer. Mar-Linda-K Damion Jilette will go down in the history books as the winner of the 2014 Futurity. Jilette was exhibited by Nicole Wright of Mar-Linda-K Holsteins, located in Watertown, Wis. This was the first year that Mar-Linda-K Holsteins had ever exhibited at the WHA Futurity Show and it will definitely be a night to remember for Nicole and her family. Nicole received a $1,500 check sponsored by Badgerland Financial. Jilette and Nicole also received Best Bred 1st Place - left to right: Wisconsin Fairest of the Fairs Kaitlyn Riley, and Owned sponsored by Robert and Randy Nigh of Lirr Farms. WHA Princess Kayla Krueger, Alice in Dairyland Zoey Brooks, They were also awarded Best Udder of the show, sponsored by East Secretary of Agriculture Ben Brancel, Nicole Wright holding Central Select Sires, and 1st place Junior in the class, sponsored by Mar-Linda-K Damion Jilette, WHA Princess Attendant Kristen Broege, Angela Davis-Brown of Ma-Brown Holsteins and Jerseys and the Judge Joe Gibbs & Rochelle Schnadt for sponsor Badgerland Financial Wisconsin Junior Holstein Association. Placing second in the class and receiving a $750 check sponsored by International Protein Sires was Oeh-My Richman Eliza exhibited by Chase and Willow Oehmichen of Abbotsford, WI. Third place received a $500 check sponsored by Agropur, and went to Crestbrooke GAP Torrie-ET exhibited by Kyle Natzke of Fond du Lac, WI. Torrie also took the Top Milk Production and Top Fat & Protein awards, both sponsored by Brian Greenman, Rural Mutual Insurance, Agent. Though the cows are the main stars of the show, our exhibitors were shining just as bright as they exhibited their animals dressed in tuxedos and ball gowns. Nicole Wright was named Best Dressed Junior and received a plaque and a $100 check sponsored by Mark and Mary, Chad and Amy Ryan of Ryan-Vu Dairy. Kyle Natzke was voted Best Dressed Adult Male, sponsored by Robert and Karyn 2nd Place - left to right: Wisconsin Fairest of the Fairs Kaitlyn Riley, Schauf of Indianhead Holsteins, and Barb Maroszek and Shyann WHA Princess Kayla Krueger, sponsor Ron Sersland, Christine received the award for Best Dressed Adult Female, sponsored by Oehmichen holding Oeh-My Richman Eliza, Judge Joe Gibbs, Alice in David and Yvonne Preder of Scenic-Edge Holsteins. Dairyland Zoey Brooks & WHA Princess Attendant Kristen Broege Laura Herschleb and Moriah Brey served as Mistresses of Ceremonies for the evening where they helped to introduce distinguished guests. In attendance were Wisconsin Secretary of Agriculture, Ben Brancel; Alice in Dairyland, Zoey Brooks; Wisconsin Fairest of the Fairs, Kaitlyn Riley; WHA Princess, Kayla Krueger; WHA Princess Attendant, Kristen Broege, WI RWDCA Princess, Carley Krull, and Green and Dane County Royalty. The futurity would not be possible without our generous sponsors. WHA would like to thank the major futurity sponsors, Badgerland Financial, International Protein Sires, Agropur and Brian Greenman, Rural Mutual Insurance Agent, for helping to make this show a success. The purpose of the WHA Futurity is to help promote the dairy industry to the general public and display the care and dedication that we have for our animals and the products they produce. The 3rd Place - left to right: WHA Princess Kayla Krueger, Wisconsin WHA Futurity was initiated to inform people that are not from Fairest of the Fairs Kaitlyn Riley, Secretary of Agriculture Ben Brancel, an agriculture background about the Registered Holstein and the Kyle Natzke holding Crestbroke Gap Torrie-ET, Judge Joe Gibbs, Alice dairy industry. in Dairyland Zoey Brooks & WHA Princess Attendant Kristen Broege 34 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014
2014 Futurity Final Placings
1st Place - Sponsored by Badgerland Financial - $1,500 Mar-K-Linda Damion Jilette Sire: Erbacres Damion Owner & Exhibitor: Nicole Wright, Watertown Total Purse: $896.91 Best Udder of Show sponsored by East Central Select Sires Best Bred & Owned sponsored by Lirr Farms 1st Junior sponsored by Ma-Brown Holsteins & Jerseys and WI Junior Holstein Association Best Dressed Junior sponsored by Ryan-Vu Dairy 2nd Place - Sponsored by International Protein Sires - $750 Oeh-My Richman Eliza Sire: Kings-Ransom P Richman-ET Owner: Chase and Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford Exhibitor: Christine Oehmichen Total Purse: $765.66 3rd Place - Sponsored by Agropur - $500 Crestbrooke GAP Torrie-ET Sire: Glenn-Ann Palermo-ET Owner: Tim, Barbara, Kyle Natzke, Fond du Lac Exhibitor: Kyle Natzke Total Purse: $634.40 Top Production, Fat & Protein sponsored by Brian Greenman, Rural Mutual Insurance Agent Best Dressed Male sponsored by Indianhead Holsteins 4th Place - Ryan-Vu Durham Decision Sire: Regancrest Elton Durham-ET Owner: Chad and Mark Ryan, Fond du Lac Exhibitor: Chad Ryan
Total Purse: $590.65
5th Place - East-Branch Atwood Merlea Total Purse: $503.15 Sire: Maple-Downs-I G W Atwood-ET Owner: Dennis Jarek, Bondeul Exhibitor: Barb Maroszek Best Dressed Female sponsored by Scenic-Edge Holsteins 6th Place - Bella-View Alexandra Sire: Golden-Oaks St. Alexander-ET Owner: Jenna Langer, De Forest Exhibitor: Justin Langer
Total Purse: $328.14
7th Place - Junlyn Hvezda Delite-Red Sire: Orbe-View S Strm Hvezda-ET Owner: Rainbow Dairy, LLC, Richland Center Exhibitor: Heather Cornell
Total Purse: $328.14
8th Place - East-Branch Braxton Angel Sire: Regancrest S Braxton-ET Owner: Kristine Jarek, Bonduel Exhibitor: Kristine Jarek
Total Purse: $328.14
Best Dressed Female: Barb Maroszek & Shyann
Upcoming WHA Events 2015 Junior Convention
Friday-Sunday, January 2-4 Holiday Inn, Fond du Lac, WI Hosted by Dodge County Visit the WHA website for more details
2015 Adult Convention
Friday-Saturday, February 20-21 Riverview Hotel and Suites, River Falls, WI Hosted by Pierce County Visit the WHA website for more details
2015 Wisconsin Futures Sale
Friday, February 20 â€˘ 7:30 p.m. Riverview Hotel and Suites, River Falls, WI presented by the WHA Young Adult Committee
Midwest National Spring Show Saturday, April 25 Alliant Energy Center, Madison, WI Entry form will be posted on the WHA website by March 1
Wisconsin Showcase Sale 125th Anniversary Edition
Saturday, May 16 Great Northern Sales Arena, Fond du Lac, WI Wisconsin breeders will be offering 100 of its best at the biennial Showcase Sale.
Wisconsin Holstein Association 125th Anniversary
The Wisconsin Holstein Association will be celebrating its 125th Anniversary in 2015. We will be celebrating at each of the WHA events throughout the year - watch for more information in future issues of the News and at www.wisholsteins.com MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014 - 35
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The Greek Goddess Athena is known as the Goddess of courage, inspiration, and strength. Although her name is the slightest bit different, Athiena is the Goddess of our farm. I would like to extend a huge thank you to Todd Wendorf of Crecentmead Holsteins for his dedication to helping develop a stylish, top producing cow while we awaited a new barn. The opportunity to show such a phenomenal homebred cow has given our family the courage and strength in the rebuilding process, and has been my inspiration to continue the legacy of Ehrke Farms.
Ehrke Ytina Gold Athiena
3-11 355 38,459 4.2 1601 3.2 1216
Reserve Grand Champion, Wisconsin State Fair Open Show 2014 2nd Place 4 Year Old, Wisconsin State Fair Junior Show 2014 Reserve Grand Champion of the Junior Show, District 8 Holstein Show 2014 Nominated Junior All-American Senior 3 Year Old 2013 5th Place Senior 3 Year Old, International Junior Holstein Show 2013 Junior All-American Senior 2 Year Old 2012 3rd Place Senior 2 Year Old, International Junior Holstein Show 2012 3rd Place Senior 2 Year Old & 1st B&O, International Holstein Show 2012 Junior All-Wisconsin Senior 2 Year Old 2012
EhrkeRegistered FarmsHolsteins N3726 Ehrke Rd., Fort Atkinson, WIâ€ˆâ€˘ 920-650-2288 36 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014
Fall for these Fancy Ladies
ERNLO SUE-LYNN VG-88 GMD
4-10 2x 365d 41,920 4.0 1664 2.9 1233 Selling October 25th! Illini Golden Opportunity Sale Her VG Sanchez dtr sells due right after the sale to Uno Her VG Super gr-dtr also sells just fresh with her 2nd calf Dam: Ernlo Daisy Lynn-ET EX-90 DOM 4-05 2x 365d 33,120 3.8 1252 3.2 1075 Grandam: Kerndtway Jolt Daisy-ET EX-94 2E GMD DOM Next 5 Dams: EX-90 GMD DOM, VG-88, VG-87, EX-90, VG-85
KHW SHAMROCK ARALYN-ET*RC VG-86-2Y GTPI +2114 +4.6PL +2.56T 11 #1 Olympian Embryos Available Will be flushed again soon! Dam: KHW Goldwyn Aiko-ET EX-91 EX-MS DOM 5-07 2x 365 29,150 5.1 1500 3.8 1104 Grandam: Kamps-Hollow Altitude-ET 2E-95 DOM Life: 1844d 144,460 4.4 6295 3.5 5015
The 1st 16th Gen EX Jersey in the US
SNAFU HOLBRIC TBONE DIAMOND EX-92
Only 16th generation Excellent Jersey in the U.S.! 1-11 2x 305d 13,480 5.5 737 3.9 519 Dam: Mordale Brc Dot EX-92 Grandam: Norval Acres On Dorothea-ET EX-91 4E 3rd dam: Billings Berretta Dorothy EX-90 3E 4th Dam: Billings Lester Darlyne EX-93 4E 5th Dam: Norval Acres Jodys Delcy CAN EX-90 6th Dam: Norval Acres Kingâ€™s Delcy CAN SUP EX 2E 7th Dam: Norval Acres Empires Dell CAN EX-91 8th Dam: Norval Acres Beacon Adelle CAN EX-93 9th Dam: Brampton Sleeping Beacon CAN SUP EX-91 10th Dam:Brampton Sleeping Bijou CAN SUP EX-91 11th Dam: Rothesay Acme of Bijou CAN SUP EX 12th Dam: Brampton B P of Bijou CAN EX-90 13th Dam: Brampton Bijou Beacon CAN EX-90 14th Dam: Brampton Bijou Basil CAN EX-90 Owned with Isaac Nevel 15th Dam: Brampton Bijou Pinn CAN EX-90
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October 16th - 22nd • 30 lots of Calves, Embryos and a few Cows & Heifers June Sanchez Calf Sells
Selling a 4 Year Old for 2015
Sco-Lo Durham Skylark VG VG-MS
Ourway Kite Candy-ET
1st Winter Yearling, SD State Fair 2011 3rd Senior 3 Year Old, WI State Fair 2014 This fancy Durham sells bred to Sanchez and backed by an EX-92 Lorenzo.
1st Junior 3 Year Old & BU, WI State Fair 2014 5th Junior 3 Year Old, WI Championship Show 2014 Candy is a Kite from an EX-91 Storm then 90, 90, 91, 94 and 95 pt. dams back to Vigo Royal Jewel.
June Sanchez & Atwood Embryos
Ourway Anticipation Nora EX-93 2E
Redliner Yearling & Barbwire Embryos
Ourway Destry Sparkle-Red VG 2Y
4-00 365 30,000 3.5 1070 2.9 871
2-02 340 20,503 4.9 1005 3.3 682
Reserve Senior & Grand Champion, WI State Fair 2012, 2013 11th Aged Cow, International Holstein Show 2012 3rd & 1st B&O Aged Cow, Mideast Fall National 2012 Selling Nora’s fancy June Sanchez and Atwood embryos. Also selling is a Goldsun from her VG-87 Terrason daughter.
3rd Junior 3 Year Old, Midwest Spring Red & White Show
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Selling 3 #1 Barbwire embryos and a fall yearling by Redliner that is due in December to Barbwire. Sparkle is backed by 7 gen. of show winners from the Continental Scarlet family all with over 1000F. Also selling a red maternal brother by Sterling.
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W2203 Alpine Rd., Brooklyn, WI 53521 firstname.lastname@example.org | 608-220-5931 | 110.4% BAA Premier Breeder - WI State Fair ’07-’08-’11-’12-’13-’14 Premier Exhibitor - WI State Fair ’05-’06-’07-’08-’11-’12-’13-’14
ILLINI GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY *She Sells October 25th* K-LANE BRAXTON BRANTLY Born: 4/9/12 Dam: K-Lane Damion Bri VG-86 2-06 365 29,740 4.4 1308 2.9 867 2nd Dam: Hedge-Row Blitz Barb GP-84 2-03 365 32,580 3.9 1276 2.8 907 3rd Dam: Hedge-Row Durham Paula EX-90 3-00 316 29,750 4.0 1186 3.1 922 Lifetime: 140,230 4.0 5625 3.1 4368 4th Dam: Hedge-Row Mars Joyce 6E-93 GMD (below)
HEDGE-ROW MARS JOYCE EX-93-6E GMD Lifetime: 307,880 3.7 11464 3.1 9159 Last completed record at 14years 7months!
Grand, Intermediate & Junior Champions TTM Sanchez Lux EX-90
Erbacres Damion Diana VG-85
4-Year-Old Grand Champion Clinton County District Show 2014 Sanchez x Ms Do-N-Joy Dundee Laurie EX-91
Sr. 3-Year-Old Intermediate Champion Clinton County District Show 2014 Damion x Erbacres Lyster Doriah EX-93
Lavenguard x Koll-Kreek Melvin Angie VG-88
Steve, Marilyn & Miranda Kollmann Phone: 618.363.2259 ∙ 403 Althea Lane ∙ New Baden, IL 62265 Lucas, Michelle, Kasey & Kyle Clanton ∙ Matt, Melissa, Ian & Rylee Detmer Matt, Melinda & Mackenzie Krausz ∙ Christopher Kollmann & Kristi Droste 40 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014
Koll-Kreek Lavenguard Amy All-Illinois Spring Calf 2014 - Come see her at WORLD DAIRY EXPO! Spring Calf Junior Champion Clinton County District Show 2014
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The Star of the “Muddy Water” Family
Ziems Reginald Muddys Monet VG-85 at 2-0 (10 days fresh) • Bred in September to Sid • Monet continues to develop and we think this family is just getting started! • 5 #1 full sibling embryos sell in the UW-Platteville Pioneer Classic on Oct. 18 3rd Junior 2 Year Old, Midwest Spring National 2014 2nd Junior 2 Year Old, District 6 2014 6th Junior 2 Year Old, WI Championship Show 2014 6th Spring Yearling, WI Championship Show 2013 2nd Spring Yearling, District 6 2013 2nd Spring Calf, District 6 2012 Member of 1st Dam & Daughter, Midwest Spring National Show 2014
Ziems-LKH Damion Muddy EX-92
Ziems-LKH Outside Ms Mudd EX-94 3E
Member, 1st Dam & Daughter, MW Spring National 2014
• Daughter by Atwood: Ziems-LKH GWA Ms Monster, 2nd Fall Calf at Dist. 6 2014 & 7th Fall Calf at Midwest Spring National 2014 • Her dam: East-Cupcake Muddy Water 4E-95 (sired by East-Cupcake Beau Regard) 4x All-NY, 4x member of Nom. All-American Best 3 Females
• pregnancies by Atwood & Reginald • has made 42 embryos on two flushes this year, will be flushed to sexed Gold Chip & Sid
H Selling 5 #1 Regancrest Reginald embryos in the UW-Platteville Pioneer Classic on October 18
Ziems Atwood Lotus VG-86 at 2Y
Ziems Stardust Lotus EX-94 4E (96-MS)
• due in February with a Gold Chip heifer & should be an exciting 4 year old for next spring • 13 embryos by Sid and 13 embyros by Glauco (Duplex brother to Goldsun)
10th 125,000 lb. Cow, WDE 2003 Res. All-NY Senior 3 Year Old 1999 Best Udder of Show, NY National Spring Show 1999 3x Member of Nom. All-American Best 3 Females
H Also selling in the Pioneer Classic Lotus’ Bradnick, Ziems Bradnick Larkspur, born 9/2/13. Big and fancy fall yearling for next year!
• Lotus is backed by a VG-88 Blackstar, EX-91 Atom, 5E-92 Matt-Carlo and 2 more EX dams!
Tim, Leah & Claire Ziemba N7465 Meadow Lark Dr. Elkhorn, WI 53121 315-730-3312 | email@example.com
We also have show aged calves and embryos for sale from: • Ziems-EF Dundee Ebony EX-92 (2nd Dam Elegance) • St Jacob Sanchez Hava VG-86 (Dam Hezbollah) • Windsor-Manor Ruby-Red 2E-92 (Dam Rubn Ruby) • Miss Mariposa-Red VG-88 (Durham Marriette/Matt Misty Family) • Milksource Goldwyn Lala (Dam Idee Shottle Laila/Lydia family) Contact with any interest! MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014 - 41
Minnesota Holstein Association Breeder Profile
By: Jill Butterfass, Interim Executive Secretary
Overall Breeding Goals: I use a practical breeding strategy. Breed for medium sized cows with functional type with the will to milk. I strive for real cows competing in real environments. Which cow family has had the most impact on your operation? Johnan Toystory Glitter has had the most impact here at Zahbulls Holsteins. We tested her and she went up over 300 TPI points. Her offspring has gone on to produce some of the highest genomically tested bulls in the world including Alta 1st Class.
Emily, Jeston, Ruby & Matt Zabel
Name: Matt Zabel, Zahbulls Holsteins, LLC Plainview, Minn. Operation information: We farm 530 acres of corn and alfalfa. We’re milking 195 cows 3 times a day in a double 5 parabone parlor. The cows are housed in sand bedded freestalls and we have 180 youngstock. I oversee and manage everything on the dairy while Emily feeds calves and keeps social media and our website information up to date. Be sure to find us and ‘Like’ us on Facebook. My dad, Tim, is the crop manager and helps wherever needed on the farm. Lactation Average (RHA): 28,708 lbs. Feeding Program: We feed a TMR mix of corn silage, balage, haylage, high moisture corn and protein mix.
Johnan Toystory Glitter
Hobbies: I really enjoy snowmobiling. Whether it be locally, in the UP of Michigan or in the Big Horn Mountains it’s one of my favorite things to do. Unique component of operation: Having started with a commercial herd background focused on good genetics, getting into registered Holsteins was a smooth transition for us while never losing sight of production. How did you get started with registered Holsteins? While attending UW-Madison Farm and Industry Short Course, I went to the Badger Invitational Sale and my interest sparked from there. With the support of my father, we started registering our herd and started looking into acquiring other Holsteins with breed leading genetics.
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2014 Midwest Fall National Show
Grand champion and best udder of show (right) Strans-Jen-D Tequila-RedET exhibited by Joe & Reid Stransky, Jeni Dingbaum, MN. and MilkSource Genetics, LLC, WI. Reserve champion and best bred & owned (left) Sheeknoll Durham Arrow exhibited by Sheeknoll Farm, MN. It was a gorgeous August day for the Midwest Fall National Show in St. Paul. Judge Gerald Coughlin from Peterborough, Ontario, Canada placed 98 heifers and 100 cows. There was no shortage of quality in the animals that paraded the ring that day. Junior champion honors was awarded to the first place winter yearling, Ashview-Tg Goldsun Leona-ET exhibited by Ted, Molly & Tom Norling and Tony Galgowski, South Dakota. Reserve junior champion went to the first place spring calf Tomkins Hztrysizln Sunshine exhibited by Brodie Bunkelman, Wisconsin. Honorable mention junion champion was awarded to the first place spring yearling Ashview-TG Atwood LillyET exhibited by Ted, Molly & Tom Norling & Tony Galgowski, South Dakota. Intermediate champion went to the first place senior three-year-old, Strans-Jen-D Tequila-Red-ET exhibited by Joe & Reid Stranksy, Jeni Dingbaum and MilkSource Genetics, LLC, Wisconsin. The first place senior two-year-old was awarded the reserve intermediate champion honor, Tande Atwood Popsie exhibited by Regancrest Farm, Iowa. Honorable mention intermediate champion
went to the first place fall yearling in milk, Macland Dempsey My Button exhibited by Anna Culbertson, Minnesota. Sheeknoll Durham Arrow, first place fouryear-old exhibited by Sheehnoll Farm, Minneosta was announced as senior champion. Reserve senior champion was awarded to the first place five-year-old, Ouriver Goldwyn Blitz exhibited by Jason Volker & Dan Hovden, Iowa. Honorable mention senior champion went to the first place six-year-old & older, Dardel Dundee Tiara O-TW, exhibited by Joseph, Zach, Jerome & Darian Stranksy, Minnesota. For his grand champion judge Coughlin selected his intermediate champion, StransJen-D Tequila-Red-ET, exhibited by Joe & Reid Stranksy, Jeni Dingbaum and MilkSource Genetics, LLC, Wisconsin. Reserve grand champion went to the senior champion, Sheeknoll Durham Arrow exhibited by Sheehnoll Farm, Minneosta. Honorable mention grand champion went to the reserve senior champion, Ouriver Goldwyn Blitz exhibited by Jason Volker & Dan Hovden, Iowa.
Strans-Jen-D Tequila-Red-ET exhibited by Joe & Reid Stranksy, Jeni Dingbaum and MilkSource Genetics, LLC, was awarded best udder of show. Sheeknoll Durham Arrow exhibited by Sheehnoll Farm, was awarded best bred & owned of show. Premier breeder was awarded to Hoese Holsteins, David Hoese Family. Premier exhibitor went to Reid Stransky, Stranshome. For the junior portion on the show, junior champion was awarded to Craigcrest Rejoices Recofir-ET exhibited by Liz Doornink, Wisconsin. Reserve junior champion was awarded to Bella-View Brazton Allure exhibited by Kayla Krueger, Wisconsin. Honorable mention junior champion was R-Vision Airlift Cheeze-It exhibited by Rachel Coyne, Wisconsin. Senior and grand champion of the junior show was Klein-Brook Ernie Valley exhibited by Chris Schulze, Minnesota. Reserve senior and reserve grand champion was Macland Dempsey My Button exhibited by Anna Culbertson, Minnesota. Best bred & owned of the junior show was awarded to Hup-Bro Goldwyn Fancy-ET exhibited by Amelia Kjos, Wisconsin.
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A Beautiful Winter Calf
Miss Dempsey Nicole
• 1st NW Dairy Day • 1st and Jr Champion North Dakota State Fair • 1st and Jr Champion Pennington Count Fair • 1st Sibley County Fair • 1st District 5 Holstein Show • 3rd Midwest Fall National Show Nicole is a Dempsey out of an EX 90 Astronomical. Not bad for a middle of December born calf!
Thank you to Lauren Farber of Arlington for all her help at the summer shows!
Dale and Sherri Rupprecht and Sons
18141 220th St. NE Thief River Falls, MN 56701 - (218) 681-6419 Dale (218) 684-1029 Seth (218) 689-7041
23415 130th Ave NE Thief River Falls, MN 56701
Opportunity of a Lifetime! Platte-Vu Alex Winnie-ET
Born:12-1-13 5th place Winter Calf at 2014 Midwest Fall National Sire: Golden Oaks ST Alexander Dam: Budjon Derry Windfall Ex. 93 2E 2nd Dam: Budjon Stardust Windy-ET Ex 90 3rd Dam: Mayerheim Winnie of Budjon ex 94 3E Next 4 Dams: VG or EX Very Excitied with the Potiential of this Heifer! Keeps getting better with time!
Musicmeadow LT Sky
Born July 7 2012 Due: 11-19-2014 to Crackholm Fever Sire: Maple Downs-I G W Atlantic-ET Dam: 2nd Look Spicetacular RC VG 85 2-06, Jr All Wisconsin Summer Yrlg 2nd Dam: Scenic Edge RL Spice Red EX-90 EX MS Next 8 gen: VG or EX “2013 Wisconsin Novice Champion Auctioneer” “2011 MN Rookie Champ”
Jeremy Schafer | 34220 Co 45 Blvd., Lake City, Minnesota | 651-380-2968
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These Girls are Red Hot!
Jerland SH RB Natane-Red-ET
Natane is a September Redburst from Jerland Rubens Nan.
This fall calf just keeps getting hotter! • • • • • •
Reserve All-MN Fall Calf 2014 3rd MN R&W show 2014 Junior Champion MN Junior R&W show 2014 Reserve Junior Champion MN State Fair R&W show 2014 Reserve Junior Champion MN State Fair 4-H show 2014 Junior Champion MN State Fair FFA show 2014
Katie has lead Natane to win nearly every showmanship contest they entered this year! Look for this pair to grace the colored shavings at Expo!
Our-Destiny BW Roxan-Red-ET
Look for Roxan (right), a winter yearling Barbwire, to make her second appearance at World Dairy Expo! • • • • • • • • •
1st Winter Calf MN State Fair R&W show Reserve Junior Champ MN State Fair 4-H show 2013 7th Winter Calf International R&W show 2013 4th Winter Calf Midwest Fall National 2013 Reserve Junior Champ MN R&W Junior show 2014 1st Winter Yearling MN R&W show 2014 2nd Winter Yearling MN State Fair R&W show 2014 HM Junior Champion MN State Fair Junior R&W show 2014 Reserve Junior Champion MN State fair FFA show 2014
Her full sister, Rosan, (photo right) is the 2014 All-MN unfresh 2 year old. She’s just fresh at 2-1 and looks great!
Little Valley Dairy
Holly & Don Thompson Nicholas, Katherine and Clara 5562 Co Rd 10 NE Plainview, MN 55964 Holly cell: 507-251-2928 email@example.com 46 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014
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Our Rising Stars Matcrest Oak Cancun-ET Oak x Matcrest Ostyle Caily-ET GP-83 x Larcrest Constance-ET VG-88 EX-MS
GTPI +2354 +1715M +72F +57P +5.0PL +748NM +796CM 2.59SCS +2.43T • Multiple A.I. contracts
Gil-Gar Uno Wendi-ET Numero Uno x Butz-Butler Snow Whitney-ET VG-85
GTPI +2361 +496M +62F +23P +7.7PL +776NM +838CM 2.51SCS +2.94T • Multiple A.I. contracts
Larcrest Cleveland-ET GP-83 2-02 365 22,635 4.4 1011 3.3 765 Freddie x Larcrest Chenile-ET VG-86 DOM x Larcrest Oside Champagne-TW EX-90 GMD DOM
GTPI +2121 • Her +2481 GTPI Supersire son, Zahbulls Aviator, is at Semex • AI contracted with pregnancies to 1stClass and Yoder and still flushing her
We are extremely excited to be working with these three and can’t wait to see what their offspring can do for us.
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Joliam DunDee 3035-et eX-92 eeeee 2-01 307 27,420 3.8 1048 3.0 831 3-00 365 35,640 3.5 1252 3.1 1117 4-11 365 43,800 5.3 2319 3.0 1334
~ 5th National Fat Leader ~ Due in October to Shottle
Joliam sHot PePPer 3229-et eX-92 eX-ms
Joliam gW atWooD Frisco-et Vg-86
classification breakdown: 91, 93, 94, 92, 92 grand champion, District 4 Junior show 2-00 324 25,690 5.1 1312 3.4 868 3-00 365 37,210 5.3 1990 3.5 1291 4-04 224 26,367 5.4 1414 3.2 850 inc. • 2 Sterling dtrs. born in June & 4 Monterey preg. due in Feb. • Due to Atwood in April
intermediate champion, District 4 Junior show 2-05 181 18,995 3.7 694 3.0 566 inc. • Several tests over 110 lbs./day • 7 Numero Uno preg. due in March and preg. due in April to Anahiem
SELZ-PRALLE DAIRY Ryan, Jessica & Nicole Pralle N4621 Hwy. 12, Humbird, WI 54746 • (715) 334-3434 • E-mail: email@example.com 48 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014
SUPREME...WHAT A DREAM!!!
Illinois State Fair Supreme Champion DuQuoin State Fair Supreme Champion O-Kop Logan Adriann EX-90 EX-MS
Logan x EX-90 Sept Storm x EX-92-2E Counselor
Luck-E Goldwyn Amber EX-90 EX-MS
Goldwyn x EX-94-3E Outside x EX-90-2E Black Ice
1st Offering from Leann Sells!
Illini Golden Opportunity Sale - October 25th Char-La-Don Dempsey Lavish - Fall Calf Briardesigns@gmail.com
Dam: Schluter Roy Leann EX-94-2E (left)
Good Luck to our Girls!
Allison on her 1st teaching job at Sacred Heart Grade School - Effingham, IL! Jessica as a U of I transfer student and on the U of I Dairy Judging Team this year! Olivia on her sophomore year of high school and being recently crowned Miss Strasburg! MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2104 - 49
2014 National Convention Highlights
The 2014 National Holstein Convention was held June 24-28 in Dubuque, Iowa, with over 1,075 adults and juniors registering for the convention. Iowa Holstein Association members enjoyed planning and hosting this year’s convention. Congratulations to all of the award and contest winners and thanks for attending!
down enjoying the Hoe Junior members evening. on Wednesday
The National Convention Sale set a new record sale average for a national convention sale - $14,345. Topping the sale at $80,000 was Lot 10 - the #3 Massey +2449GTPI from a Doberman out of a Planet consigned by Endres Berryridge Farms LLC, Waunakee, WI.
Early Bird Session Panel “Lessons learned from 2 Elite Breeders”- Frank Regan and Bob Miller, moderated by National Director Corey Geiger Jess Rediske, designer and donor of the Ideal Holstein Cow Quilted Wall Hanging, and Charles and Judy Iager, who purchased the wall hanging for $6,500. Proceeds were split 50/50 between the Holstein Foundation and the Iowa Junior Holstein Association.
NFL Star Marshal Yanda, Offensive Tackle, Baltimore Ravens, 3X Pro-Bowler, Super Bowl Champion - Speaker at the Junior Luncheon on Wednesday with Iowa Junior Holstein Members
2014 National Distinguished Junior Members 2014 National Young Distinguished Junior Member Finalists Above: Grand River Center & Grand Harbor Resort Left: Marlowe Nelson of Viroqua, WI, was presented the Distinguished Leadership Award. 50 - Midwest Holsteins, Fall 2014
~ Photos courtesy of Holstein World/Randy Blodgett
2014 IHA State Picnic
Approximately 125 people attended the Iowa Holstein Association Picnic on Sunday, August 24, hosted by Wesselcrest Holsteins, Greeley. Thank you to Walt and Judy Wessel and their family for allowing us to visit their farm!
Along with Standing Committee Meetings and a Board Meeting, Linda Pagel was honored by the Iowa Holstein Association Board of Directors on her retirement after 16 years of employment with the Iowa Holstein Association. Thank you, Linda, for your dedicated service to the Association and our members! Midwest Holsteins, Fall 2014 - 51
MAT-AR-DOR VENT CUT-RED EX 91 MS 93
• 1 Redburst heifer calf and 4 Redburst pregnancies due in March & June • Has 4 maternal sisters by Sanchez, Alexander, Braxton & Brokaw • Dam: MAT-AR-DOR FINAL CUT 158 VG 88 @ 5-11
RED’s 2014 Show Record: • 1st SR. 3 yr old & Best Udder at Central Plains mer • 2nd SR. 3 yr old & 1st Bred & Owned at im T in w Helped ibitor MN State Show mier Exh Dairy Pre trict lV show • 1st SR. 3 yr old, Intermediate Champion, at the Dis Grand Champion, Best Udder & Top Bred & Owned District lV Show • 4th SR. 3 yr old & 1st Bred & Owned at MN State Fair
TimmerDairy Matt, Polly, Jacob & Aiden Timmer 32277 Chaney Ave. Ellsworth, MN 56129 507-360-8199
Thanks to en eather Thy d Russ & H lp with Re e h ir e h t ll for a how & at State S ! ir State Fa
ogram: n flush pr o y tl n e r r yr) Cows cu ET VG 87 (3 IN A D Y R dvent LER DEST BUTZ-BUTryos by Dundee & A wire • Emb yr) r by Barb • Daughte A BG 86 (3 L E G N A M s GE DURHA & Chelio ROYAL-RIDryos by Gold Chip un • Emb 4yr by Golds 1 EX MS @ Daughter
EX 9 ROS KORdY E H L R O -D twoo MAT-AR ters by A •
• 2 daugh flush this fall to • Going
*RC EX-90 @ 3-04
3-1 2x 115d 11,380 3.2 360 2.9 333 Fresh in May with a fancy Armani that is also *RC currently serviced to Adonis-Red • 1st Jr. 3yr. old & Grand Champion 2014 MN. district VI • 5th Jr. 3yr. old 2014 MN. State Show • 9th Jr. 3Yr. old 2014 Midwest Fall Nat’l Embryos available from her 88pt. Goldwyn sister sired by Aftershock & Baltimor
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FOUR-OF-A-KIND STARLET EX-91 3-05 3x 359 41,069 4.1 1693 2.9 1202 Her Dam: Roy Reba EX-93 Granddam: Envy EX-92 GMD 3rd Dam: Milki EX-91 GMD from the heart of the Bootpegs
S EX-94. Her Sid two-year-old shows tons of promise. Starlet is due in October to Atwood.
tarlet is by Shottle, as are five of her Excellent sisters. She has another maternal sister, Lara, who is
oy Reba was flushed twice to Shottle. The first flush resulted in five heifers of which four went 94, 91, 91 and 90. The second flush gave us four heifers, two of them are 92 and 91. Six out of nine Excellent. Our kind of brood cow!
Four-of-a-Kind Partners N4213 Oak Lane, Hatley, WI 54440 Visitors always welcome! Dan Cnossen - 715.302.1327 Dan Day Rick Seefeldt Andy Peterson MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014 - 53
MN Directory of services Dairyland Supply Specializing in TMR Mixers and Manure Handling Equipment www.dairylandsupply.com
STEVE PETERSON PETE’S AUCTION & PHOTO, INC. Normen Peterson Auctioneer & Photographer
25664 Co Rd 5 Ph. 507-352-4162 Wykoff, MN 55990 Fax 507-352-5981 www.petesauctionandphoto.com Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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40713 State Hwy 44 Mabel, MN 55954
Phone: 507-493-5974 Mobile: 507-951-8663
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Regional Representative and Tri-Captain Holstein Association USA 62039 County Road 50 Wadena, MN 56482 Fax 218-631-3013 Cell 218-849-2238
Thompson Acres Holsteins As of March 2014 Classification – BAA of 110.7 100% Homebred Recognized 8 years as a PBR Herd
David Thompson & Family 28447 Cty Rd 16 Starbuck, MN 56381 320-808-3957
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EX-90 at 3Y
+1443M +51P +2.0DPR +2.80T +2199 GTPI 3-01 3x 365 40,174 4.1 1655 3.4 1369
A Super daughter that exemplifies what our breeding program is all about. Super Delux is backed by 9 generations of VG and EX Dams. She continues to be flushed to fill export orders and has some outstanding Lithium daughters just fresh. The heifer pens have daughters by Bookem, Robust, AltaMeteor and Man-O-Shan. The barn is overflowing with good young cows for sale as well as bulls and embryos on hand that are priced to move. Gordon & Emily Carncross Craig & Jen Carncross W13157 Co. Hwy. J, Lodi, WI 53555 email@example.com | 608-592-2560 Craig cell
Check us out at www.wargoacres.com BAA: 108.1% on 287 cows
RHA: 384 cows 30,495 3.8 1157 3.1 930 MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2014 - 55
Show Type & Production
Irwindale Sprite Martha EX-90-5Y
3-03 315d 30,130 3.7 1107 1st 2 tests this lactation 131# & 138# Dam: VG-88 Outside w/ 121,350 4.1 5029 lifetime 2nd Dam: 2E-92 Encore w/ 214,680 3.7 8047 lifetime 3rd Dam: 3E-93 Counselor w/ 205,028 4.2 8627 lifetime Martha is due with her 5th calf in April to Gold Chip
Irwindale Braxton Medusa
1st Fall Yrlg Illinois State Fair Open & Jr. 2014 Due March 3rd with a Windbrook heifer Dam: EX-90-3Y Atwood 2nd Dam: VG-88 Jasper 3rd Dam: Irwindale Leduc Macy 3E-95 All-Canadian Sr. 2-Yr-Old & 4-Yr-Old Next 2 Dams: EX-90 & 3E-93 Same family as Martha (left)
Irwindale Sprite Brandi VG-88-3Y 1-11 321d 22,032 3.9 854 Jr. All-Illinois Jr. 3-Yr-Old 2014 1st Jr. 3-Yr-Old Illinois State Jr. Show 2014 1st Jr. 3-Yr-Old Illinois State Fair Jr. Show 2014 4th Jr. 3-Yr-Old Illinois State Show & State Fair-Open Dam: VG-85 Lou w/ 2-11 365d 28,740 3.7 1072
Brandi has a nice calf by Windbrook and is due in May to Sid
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BAA: 110.3% 11 Time PBR Herd
National Dairy Shrine Announces 2014 Scholarship Winners The National Dairy Shrine is pleased to announce the winners of their scholarships for 2014. National Dairy Shrine will provide more than $50,000 of scholarships and awards to students at their annual banquet on Thursday, October 2 in Madison, Wisconsin. NDS Student Recognition Awards The NDS student recognition program recognizes graduating seniors planning a career related to the dairy industry who have demonstrated outstanding leadership skills, academic ability, and a sincere interest in dairy cattle. Each university is allowed to nominate up to two candidates for this recognition in any given year. The highest winner receives a $2000 award, the second a $1500 award and the other winners receive $1000 awards. The top award winner is Erin Daninger from Forest Lake, Minnesota. She will begin her career as an agricultural education instructor this fall. The second award goes to Roxanne Seltzer of Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. She is a Dairy Science and Communication major at Virginia Tech. Next is Jessica Hammerand from Epworth, Iowa, who is pursuing a double major in Dairy Science and Biology at Iowa State University. Following next is Taylor Pires of Los Banos, California, who is majoring in Dairy Science at California Polytechnic State University. Next is Emilie Strand, of Cazadero, California, who is an Animal Science major at Cornell University. Following is Tyler Otte from Randolph, Minnesota, who has a major in Animal Science-Dairy Production Emphasis at the University of Minnesota. The final recognition awarded is Brandon Scharping from West Salem, Wisconsin, who has a major in Dairy Science at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. NDS/DMI Education & Communication Scholarships Rebecca Groos, of Howard Lake, Minnesota has been awarded the NDS / DMI Education & Communication top scholarship of $1500. Rebecca is an Agricultural Education-Leadership & Communications major with minors in Mass Communications and Applied Economics at the University of Minnesota. Additionally, seven other undergraduate students have been awarded $1000 scholarships. These generous scholarships are made possible by Dairy Management Inc. and NDS to encourage students to pursue education or communication careers in the dairy product industry or related food industries. Major areas include Marketing, Education, Food Science, Nutrition (Human), Public Relations, Promotion, Social Media and Communications. Hayley Potts is a Food Science & Technology Science Option major at Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University. Katie Schmitt of Rice, Minnesota, is attending the University of Minnesota and majoring in Animal Science with a minor in Communications. Mariah Schmitt of Fort Atkinson, Iowa, is majoring in Dairy Science and Public Service & Administration in Agriculture at Iowa State University. Abby Mills of Lake City, Minnesota, is an Animal Science – Dairy Production major at the University of Minnesota. Margaret Stiles of Lakeville, Minnesota, is majoring in Dairy Production and Speech Communication at South Dakota State University. Emily Selner of Denmark, Wisconsin, is attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison and majoring in Life Sciences Communication and Ag & Applied Economics. Heather Hunt of Orange, Maine, is majoring in Animal Science at Cornell University. Junior Merit Scholarships The National Dairy Shrine Junior Merit Scholarship is to encourage qualified undergraduate students to pursue careers in the dairy industry or related occupations. Michael Schmitt, of Rice, Minnesota has been awarded the top scholarship of $1500. Michael is an Animal Science-Dairy Production major with a minor in Applied Economics at the University of Minnesota. Additionally, five other undergraduate students have been awarded $1000 scholarships. Amanda Moretti of Petaluma, California, is attending Cornell University and majoring in Animal Science. Amy McBirney of Morgan Hill, California is majoring in Dairy Science, Pre-Veterinary at California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo. Chelsey Johnson of Heron Lake, Minnesota, is Dairy Production and Agricultural Education, Communication and Leadership major at South Dakota State University. Allison Culp of Nappanee, Indiana, is an Animal Sciences/Pre-Vet major and Farm Management minor at Purdue University. Andrea Smaciarz of Raymond, Washington, attends Oregon State University and majors in
Animal Sciences and Agricultural Business Management. Sophomore Merit Scholarships The National Dairy Shrine Sophomore Merit Scholarship is to encourage qualified undergraduate students to pursue careers in the dairy industry or related occupations. Bethany Dado of Amery, Wisconsin has been awarded the top scholarship of $1500. Bethany is double majoring in Dairy Science and Genetics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Additionally, three other undergraduate students have been awarded $1000 scholarships. Mary Liebenstein of Dundas, Minnesota, attends the University of Minnesota and majors in Animal Science – Pre-Veterinary Medicine with a minor in Spanish. Shannon Rodeffer of Snohomish, Washington is majoring in Dairy Science at Iowa State University. Colleen Smith of Pine Plains, New York is majoring in Animal Science with a Dairy Concentration at Cornell University. Maurice Core Scholarship These $1000 scholarships are given in honor of Maurice Core, the long-time Executive Secretary of the American Jersey Cattle Association, and former Executive Director of the National Dairy Shrine. The funds for this award were donated by the friends of Maurice Core. The Core Scholarships are given to freshman status students working toward a degree in dairy or animal science related majors. Receiving Maurice Core Scholarships are Amber Gabel of Newport, Pennsylvania, who is a student at Pennsylvania State University. Next is Sydney Endres from Lodi, Wisconsin, who is attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The final recipient is Johanna Knorr from Pelican Rapids, Minnesota, who is attending the University of Minnesota. Iager Scholarship The Iager Scholarship for $1000 is awarded annually to students in a two year agricultural school pursuing a career in the dairy industry. It is based on academic standing, leadership ability, interest in the dairy industry and plans for the future. This scholarship was started with a generous donation from the Charles and Judy Iager family of Fulton, Maryland. The two recipients this year are; Derrek Kamphuis of Brandon, Wisconsin, who is attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison Farm and Industry Short Course and Allison Pung of Portland, Michigan, who is attending the Michigan State University Institute of Ag Technology majoring in Dairy Management. Both are good students with definite plans for a future in the dairy industry. McCullough Scholarships Each year, two scholarships are awarded by National Dairy Shrine in memory of Dr. Marshall E. McCullough, the well-respected nutrition researcher and educator from Georgia. Eligible students must be entering their freshmen year of college and plan to major in dairy science/ agricultural journalism or communications with a dairy emphasis. National Dairy Shrine is pleased to announce this year’s McCullough Scholarship Winners are Gabriella Sorg of Hastings, Minnesota, and Kristin Broege of Janesville, Wisconsin. Gabriella Sorg will receive the $2000 top scholarship to be used towards her continued education at the University of Minnesota as an Animal Science - Business & Industry Communications major. Kristin Broege will receive a $1500 scholarship to be used towards her pursuit of a Life Sciences Communication/Dairy Science degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The annual National Dairy Shrine Awards Banquet will be held in Madison, Wisconsin, Thursday October 2nd. For more information about the students being recognized by National Dairy Shrine or tickets for the awards Banquet, contact the NDS office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Information on National Dairy Shrine membership or other activities is also available on our website at www.dairyshrine.org. Dairy enthusiasts are encouraged to become a part of the most important dairy organization that is helping to honor our dairy heritage, inspire future dairy leaders, and promote the dairy industry.
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Futurity, the right is reserved to cancel same and refunds made to persons owning females that have been nominated, their share of all monied accrued after the deduction of actual expenses in the promotion of the Futurity. SALE OF ELIGIBLE ANIMALS: When an animal that is entered in the Wisconsin Holstein Futurity is sold, the eligibility may be transferred to the new owner, and it shall be his responsibility to inform the Futurity Committee of the change of ownership. The seller shall inform the buyer that the animal purchased is already entered in the Futurity. To aid in this, exhibitors will receive an entry certificate for each animal after entry payment has been received. New owners will need to sign an entry form after notification of entry into Futurity. OPEN CLASS SHOWING: If the show is held at the Wisconsin State Fair, all animals shown in the Wisconsin Holstein Futurity are eligible upon proper entry to be shown in the open class competition of the Holstein Show. It is the responsibility of the animal’s owner to fill out the necessary forms for open class competition. MISCELLANEOUS: Neither the Wisconsin Holstein Association nor the Wisconsin Holstein Futurity Committee is in any way responsible for the condition of the premises in which the Futurity is held and is not liable in the event of accident or loss of persons or property. All matter pertaining to the showing of the Futurity are subject to the rules, regulations and health requirements of any WI Holstein Association sponsored show along with those for the show at which the Futurity is held. DRESS CODE: Every exhibitor must have formal dress to show in the Futurity. (Minimum requirements for men include a shirt, tie and dress pants while women should wear a dress, business suit or the equivalent.) Exhibitors not meeting the minimum dress code requirement will be denied entry into the show ring. Interest on Futurity entry fee accounts and any sponsorship monies may be used to offset show expenses at the discretion of the WHA Board of Directors and the Wisconsin Holstein Futurity Committee.
Address ___________________________________________________________________________ Signature of Exhibitor_________________________________________ Mail Futurity Entry to: Wisconsin Holstein Association, 902 8th Ave., Baraboo, WI 53913
Name of Owner __________________________________________________________________________________ Phone _______________________________________
Fee Schedule: Payment of $35 per animal due on or before December 31, 2014; Late entries will be accepted from January 1-April 30, 2015 for $50 per animal and from May 1-August 15 for $100 per animal. Full entry fees must accompany entry form or sent within the appropriate time noted above.
Full Name of Animal Date of Birth Reg. Number Sire Sire’s A.I. Organization ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
2017 Wisconsin Holstein Futurity Official Entry Blank
PURPOSE: To stimulate interest in the breeding and exhibiting of outstanding Officially Identified Holsteins of 87% RHA or higher. To promote the Registered Holstein breed and dairy industry to the general public with an appealing and memorable presentation. PROCEDURES: An animal is nominated by an owner. All nominations are the responsibility of the owner. Dates, fees and rules will be followed to the letter. ELIGIBILITY: Any registered Holstein female that was born September 1, 2013 through August 31, 2014 is eligible for the 2017 Wisconsin Holstein Futurity. FEES: Entries, along with $35 per animal, must be postmarked on or before December 31, 2014. Late entries will be accepted until April 30, 2015 for $50 per animal and late fee of $100 per animal will be accepted until August 15, 2015. Full entry fees must accompany entry form or sent within the appropriate time noted above. PURSE: The purse in this event shall consist of all monies received by the Wisconsin Holstein Futurity (plus interest earned) as nomination fees, less the actual expenses incurred in its promotion and management. All Futurity monies shall be kept in a separate Futurity Fund and used only for Futurity purposes. The purse in this event will be divided among the first forty Futurity placings as follows: 1st place winner - 15% plus sponsorship monies 2nd................12% Next ten places ........2% each 3rd...................9% Next ten places .....1.5% each 4th...................8% Next fifteen places ...1% each 5th...................6% (If 100% of purse money is not distributed by above breakdown, the balance will be split equally amongst all participants.) REFUNDS: When nomination fees and the payment in connection with the Futurity are received, they are committed for the purse of this event and no refunds will be made, whether or not the animal is shown or its eligibility discontinued by owner. In the event however, that any condition should arise which prevents the showing of the
2017 Wisconsin Holstein Futurity
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Holstein USA Elite Performers
For a cow to qualify for the Elite PerformerTM award, she must meet the following criteria to be considered: • complete at least three lactations in a herd participating in Holstein Association USA's TriStar program, completing the most recent lactation in the previous calendar year • 87% RHA or higher and classified VG-85 or higher Eligible cows across the country are ranked based on pounds of combined fat and protein per day in milk. The top one percent receive the National Elite Performer award. Those National Elite Performers are then removed from consideration and the top one percent of eligible cows from each of the nine regions are honored as Regional Elite Performers. All cows currently enrolled in TriStarSM are automatically evaluated annually. Elite Performer recognition is a lifetime award and is printed on a cow’s pedigree, found underneath her milk production records. Read more about the Elite Performer award in the recent issue of the Holstein Pulse.
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UW-Madison Dairy Science Department Invites Prospective Students to Visit Day on October 31
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Department of Dairy Science invites prospective students and their parents to visit campus on Friday, October 31 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. to explore what the program has to offer. High school seniors and transfer students are encouraged to attend. Those attending will get a firsthand look at one of the world’s leading dairy science departments as they tour the UW-Madison campus and Dairy Cattle Center, meet faculty, participate in hands-on workshops and learn about the wide variety of learning opportunities available to dairy science majors. Current students and alumni will be on hand to answer questions and share their experiences. The undergraduate dairy science program at UW-Madison emphasizes a combination of cutting-edge, science-based knowledge and hands-on experience. Award-winning research and extension faculty teach more than 20 undergraduate courses covering nutrition, reproduction, mammary physiology, genetics and other aspects of dairy management. On-campus, state-of-the art dairy facilities enhance the learning experience. “I always encourage prospective students to make campus visits so they can be confident in their college decision,” says Kent Weigel, professor and chair of the dairy science department. “Students are often amazed by the small-school feel of our ag campus and the extra benefits they get studying at a Big Ten university. Our proximity to the heart of the dairy industry along with our college’s true commitment to dairy are what separate our dairy science experience from others.” For UW-Madison admission eligibility, it is recommended that seniors rank in the top 25 percent of their high school class. Transfer students must have completed at least 24 semester hours of college-level work. Most transfer students have a GPA of at least a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. To attend the Dairy Science Visit Day, please register on-line by October 27 at dysci.wisc.edu/visitday/. For more information, contact Cathy Rook at (608) 263-3308 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
UW-Madison Dairy Science Showcase - November 6
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Department of Dairy Science invites department alumni and stakeholders to attend its second annual Dairy Science Showcase on Thursday, Nov. 6 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at campus’ Dejope Hall. The Showcase, designed to highlight the department’s research, extension and instructional efforts, will kick off with a “State of CALS and UW Dairy Science” presentation, followed by talks by faculty members and graduate students on current research initiatives. Participants also will have the opportunity to meet with master’s and doctoral students during a research poster session and help honor undergraduate scholarship recipients during a brief awards ceremony. Kent Weigel, professor and chair of the dairy science department, says the goal of the Showcase is to foster interactions between the department’s campus community and its alumni and industry stakeholders. “We want our alumni and stakeholders to meet our new staff, graduate students and undergrads,” he says. “We also want to recognize those who have helped support our programs by sponsoring research projects, funding scholarships and contributing in countless other ways.” Findings from a $1 million U.S. Department of Agriculture project titled “An Integrated Approach to Improving Dairy Cow Fertility” will be highlighted at the event. Several dairy science faculty have been involved in the collaborative project, which seeks to assess the contributions of various management factors to dairy cow fertility. The researchers are also evaluating the economic impact of reproductive management strategies on overall farm sustainability under a variety of management scenarios. As a steward of public trust and private investment, the UW-Madison dairy science program is committed to providing cutting-edge, science-based knowledge for the industry and unparalleled training to students interested in pursuing careers in the field. The department’s goal is to improve the quality of milk and the efficiency and profitability of its production around the world. To attend the Dairy Science Showcase, please register online by October 26th at dysci.wisc.edu/showcase/. Registration is free and covers complementary lunches and an ice cream social for participants. All activities will be held at campus’ Dejope Hall, located at 640 Elm Drive. Parking passes can be purchased when registering for the event. For more information, contact Ted Halbach at (608) 263-3305 or (608) 219-5289 or email@example.com; or Cathy Rook at (608) 263-3308 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 24–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/October 2014
WHA 2015 Summer Internship Opportunity The Wisconsin Holstein Association is searching for eager Registered Holstein enthusiasts looking to learn more about the industry and wanting to gain valuable experiences that can be utilized in any industry. Applicants attending a 2 or 4 year college are welcomed to apply. It is not required to be majoring in an Agriculture field but background in the dairy industry is preferred. Salary or Hourly: Salary w/ bonus opportunity Reports to: Executive Director & WHP Editor Travel: Up to 50% (requires a personal vehicle with gas mileage reimbursement) Date: May 26-August 21, 2015 (some weekends required) Location: Baraboo, WI
Major Duties & Responsibilities: Event Planning • Attend all WHA sponsored summer events and other county Holstein events. These include the WHA State Championship Show, Showmanship and Judging Contest, Junior State Fair Holstein Show, WHA Futurity and Open State Fair Holstein Show. Intern may also be asked to attend District Shows around the state when needed. • Work with WHA committees to plan events such as the 2015 WHA Futurity, State and District Shows, State Picnic and more. This may include inputing and finalizing show entries, organizing awards, volunteers and other details such as mailings and dignitary needs. • Organize show booklets, meals, send correspondence before and after an event and archive final placing results. Public Relations • Ability to communicate to all areas of the Association in a timely manner • Assist in any communication materials needed for members or external media such as pamphlets, letters, bios and entry forms • Work with external sponsors as it pertains to awards, signage and coordination of events • Build valuable partnerships with industry partners Web, Print and More • Write press releases announcing upcoming events and summarizing placings and/or winnings. • Compile and publish updated marketing materials on WHA website such as press releases, entry forms, event details and imagery. • Take photos of event winners when needed to post online and share with Editor. This will require the creation of an archive for year-end presentations. • Interview Wisconsin Holstein breeders and write profile articles as assigned by the Editor; this may require taking photos for the article. • Write articles of interest for the WI Holstein News and website as well as identify potential roundtable discussions for the News. • Opportunity to learn database management and design e-newsletter creative.
Thoughts from the 2014 Intern, Ashley Dreier
Being an intern at the Wisconsin Holstein Association allowed me to grow in so many ways. It was a huge learning experience and I was able to gain experience in event planning, computer software, public relations, writing, and communications. I also had the opportunity to attend so many great cattle shows this summer and meet some of the best Holstein breeders. I was able to be a part of a wonderful team while working there and I was able to share my thoughts and ideas and be heard. They make you feel like you belong there and I really appreciated that. My headline event was planning the WHA Futurity show. I had never attended a Futurity show before this year and it was an honor to plan and coordinate one of the most prestigious Holstein Shows in Wisconsin and it was definitely an experience I will never forget. This internship was not only educational and informative but it was also an eye-opener for me since I have always been on the exhibitor side of things at cattle shows and never really knew the other side of things. Now I know what it takes to make cattle shows run and be successful. This internship will give you a taste of different aspects of a job and you can use your own strengths to make this internship fit your interests. Even though this was an internship, it was one of the best experiences I have ever had. I had the opportunity to strengthen my communication skills which is one of the most important things you need in order to be successful in the agriculture industry. You get the opportunity to visit and talk to so many different people whether it’s at a cattle show, planning the Futurity, or when you’re interviewing a dairy farmer for a breeder profile. What I enjoyed most besides attending the cattle shows and seeing all the phenomenal Holsteins, was hearing what other Holstein breeders had to say and how they are successful at what they do. It was very inspirational, especially when you get to see their hard work pay off. I would highly recommend this internship to anyone who is interested in working in Communications because it’s an opportunity you will gain so much experience from.
Young Adult Education Award applications due November 15
The Wisconsin Holstein Association’s Young Adult Committee will be offering monetary awards for young adults to attend educational events in 2015. To apply for a Young Adult Award, interested applicants should call the WHA office or visit the website at www.wisholsteins.com. Applicants must be a member of the Wisconsin Holstein Association and their primary source of income should be from the farm. Educational events include, but are not limited to, Young Dairy Leader’s Institute, World Dairy Expo, and World Ag Expo. Applications must be submitted by November 15 and winners will be announced prior to the 2015 Adult Convention. For more information or an application, visit the WHA website at www.wisholsteins.com or call the office at 1-800-223-4269.
• Excellent communication, writing, organization and time-management practices • Ability to handle multiple tasks at one time with strong prioritization skills • Strong knowledge of PC operating systems (Mac experience a plus) • High level of attention to detail and ability to focus • Strong work ethic with a positive attitude • Knowledge of current trends in the dairy industry
Education and Experience:
• Received their high school diploma • Currently enrolled in a 2 or 4 year University • Experience in the Registered Holstein or dairy industry
Please forward your resume, cover letter and grade transcript with two letters of reference by November 15, 2014 to: WI Holstein Association, Summer Internship, 902 8th Ave., Baraboo, WI 53913. Interviews will be held at the WHA office in Baraboo, WI. Please call 1.800.223.4269 with questions about this internship opportunity.
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Thank You Taste of State Fair Sponsors
A special thanks goes out to the Wisconsin State Fair Dairy Promotion Committee and Alpha Genetics for their sponsorship and assistance in hosting the first annual Taste of Wisconsin State Fair. Thank you also to those that contributed food for our junior dairy exhibitors – WI Baker’s Association, WI Pork Producers, and Prairie Farms. Nearly 200 youth attended this event, which featured games and activities to kick off the annual WI Junior State Fair. Also, thank you to Jessica Pralle for spearheading this event.
2015 Junior Convention County Checklist Make sure you’re prepared for the 2015 Junior Convention Friday, January 2-Sunday, January 4 by checking off a few items in advance: ___ November 15 – Submitted applications for: • Long Range Production • Junior Progressive Breeder • Royalty ___ November 15 – Entries due for: • Dairy Bowl • Dairy Jeopardy • Essay ___ December 5 – Reserved hotel rooms for convention ___ December 5 – Mailed registration forms for county ___ January 1 – Contest room entries completed and packed ___ January 2 – Juniors and chaperones en route to Junior Convention!
Book your hotel rooms for Junior Convention! The 2015 Junior Convention will be hosted by Dodge County at the Holiday Inn, 625 W Rolling Meadows Dr, Fond du Lac, WI. Room reservations can be made by calling 888-465-4329 or 920-9231440. Book early, as rooms will fill up fast! Room rate is $109/night. Look for additional details in the November issue of the News.
Royalty Boot Camp Saturday October 25, 2014 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Lunch Provided WHA Office – 902 8th Ave, Baraboo, WI 53913 Join us on October 25th to learn all the ins and outs of being on the WHA Royalty court! All WHA members ages 16-20 are welcome to attend, as we cover everything from speaking, to dress code, writing, to skills and a show tutorial that covers the fast-paced environment of show ring. Lunch will be provided. Watch for your special invitation in the mail and be sure to RSVP by October 17th to 1-800-223-4269 or email@example.com.
2015 Dairy Jeopardy Entry Form Return by November 15, 2014 to: WHA, 902 Eighth Ave, Baraboo, WI, 53913; fax to 608-356-6312 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
2014 John Klossner Trophy Winner
Jessica Pralle of Humbird, Wis., was awarded the first John Klossner Trophy at this year’s Wisconsin Junior State Fair. This award was created to recognize the overall winner of the Junior Dairy Premier Exhibitor Contest at WI Junior State Fair. The contest covers four events: judging, quiz, skillathon and showmanship. These contests take place over several days during State Fair, with winners in each segment recognized with an overall winner. John excelled in this competition and had been the high individual in the judging and skillathon portions of the contest before his accident at the 2013 fair. With this honor, Jessica received a traveling trophy, custom designed to create a fitting representation of the contest and tribute to John. Jessica is the 19-yearold daughter of Scott and Pam Pralle. She grew up on a 450-cow Registered Holstein dairy and has been hooked on the show ring since age four, when she lead her first little britches calf through the ring. She is a sophomore this fall at UW-Madison, where she is studying dairy science.
2014 Great Northern Cup Winner
Andy Sell of Watertown, Wis., took home the Great Northern Cup at the 2014 Wisconsin Junior State Fair. An award that honors a Junior Holstein exhibitor who excels in sportsmanship, leadership, cooperation with officials and fellow exhibitors, this year’s cup winner provides these qualities and more when it comes to the Holstein show ring. Andy is the 19-year-old son of Sue and Rod Sell, Watertown, and has been showing cattle since he was 3 years old, starting in the Little Britches class at the Dodge County Fair. He is a sophomore this fall at UW-Madison where he is studying dairy science. The Great Northern Cup is sponsored by the Great Northern Land and Cattle Company, Inc., in Fond du Lac, Wis.
2015 Speaking Contest Entry Form Return by November 15, 2014 to:
WHA, 902 Eighth Ave, Baraboo, WI, 53913; fax to 608-356-6312 or email email@example.com
On-time entry fee is $5.00 per person; late fee is $10 per person
Late fee of $5.00 if not postmarked by due date
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WHY Friend Applications
It’s time to recognize the junior advisor, parent or volunteer that has helped your county gain momentum in 2014. Recognition of a WHY friend is a great way to show a dedicated leader in your county that their efforts are appreciated during the year. Everyone has those special individuals that put in countless hours to help youth build their Junior Holstein program, now show your appreciation by nominating them for the 2014 WHY Friend Award by November 15, 2014.
Dairy Bowl Deadlines The Dairy Bowl contest will be held on Saturday, January 3, 2015 at the Wisconsin Junior Holstein Convention. The deadline to enter a team for the 2015 Dairy Bowl contest will be NOVEMBER 15, 2014. Entries must be IN OFFICE by this date or entry fees will double. The fee to enter teams will remain $10 for Rookie division and $30 for Junior and Senior divisions. Remember, FEES WILL DOUBLE if the entry form is not IN OFFICE by November 15. All potential team member names must be submitted by the November 15 deadline. Please remember, official teams do not need to be named until registration at the 2015 Junior Convention. This includes all possible team members, and there is no limit to the number of juniors that can be included on the list. Names must be included with the entry form to make a completed entry. All coaches and participating team members must be members of the Wisconsin Holstein association. Counties that have juniors wishing to participate on a Wisconsin team must submit their $5.00 entry fee by November 15. This has been put into place so we have a more exact number of teams prior to convention. Please note there were three rule changes for this year’s contest. Rule changes were noted on the March 2014 WHY page. 2015 Dairy Bowl Source List: (Dairy Bowl questions may be obtained from articles and information going back three (3) years) HA Identification Application, HA Application for Transfer HA Fees for Programs & Services (website pricing will be considered most current) HA Pulse (Quarterly) www.holsteinusa.com HF Understanding Genetics & the Sire Summaries (updated 1/2013) HF Pedigree Questions & Answers (9/2013)
Calf Raffle Tickets - Get them while they’re hot!
The largest fundraising effort of the year is underway for junior programs and events – the Junior Raffle! The calf this year is donated by Siemers Holsteins. There are several additional items available from generous donations, including UW-Mens’ Badger Hockey tickets, a NASCO gift card, various semen certificates and World Dairy Expo passes. To request additional raffle tickets, contact the office at any time! HF The Path to your future...Careers in Agriculture (4/2002) HF Dairy Cattle Marketing (8/2006) HF Working with Dairy Cattle (9/2009) HF Effective Group Leadership (4/2002) HF Dairy Judging (2/2010) HF World of Dairy Cattle Nutrition (3/2003) HF Showring Ready (1/2012) The Rules Are Black and White... WHA History Book (Ch. 1 & 2) August Sire Summary (Red Book) Dairy Bowl Rules Dairy Cow Unified Scorecard 2014 Hoard’s Dairyman (exception - no December 2014 issue) 2014 Wisconsin Holstein News (exception - no December 2014 issue) 2014 Holstein World (exception - no December 2014 issue) www.wisholsteins.com Calf Care (Hoard’s) Showing 101 (Hoard’s) Learning Linear (Hoard’s) Virginia Dairy Quiz Bowl Study Materials (https://www.vtdairy.dasc.vt.edu/docs/Youth-docs/2014-bowl-mat.pdf)
Additional Senior Sources: WHA History Book (Ch. 1, 2, 12, 13, 14, pgs 99-119) HA Cattle Merchandising & Advertising Policy Cattle Abnormalities A78861 CA 2014 Dairy Herd Management (exception - no December 2014 issue) Profitable Milking (Hoard’s) Progress of the Breed (Ch.1) Dairy Cattle Fertility & Sterility Hoard’s Feeding Guide (2008)
2015 Dairy Bowl Team Entry Return IN OFFICE by November 15, 2014 to:
Dairy Bowl Registration, WI Holstein Association, 902 Eighth Ave, Baraboo, WI, 53913
County: _____________________________ Coach: _____________________________ Address: ________________________________________________________________ City: ________________________________ Zip: ___________________________ Phone: ______________________________ Email: ____________________________ Entry fee per team is $30.00 (competitive) and $10.00 (Rookie), and rules will be sent to teams when entry fee is received. There is a $5.00 fee for individuals participating on a Wisconsin team. Entry fee will double if not in office by November 15, 2014. #Rookie Teams: _______ # Junior Teams: _______ # Senior Teams: _______ # Wisconsin Team Members: _______ All possible team member names must be submitted with this form in order to be considered a completed entry. There is no limit to the number of names that can be included. Each county will be allowed 10 participants in Junior and 10 participants in Senior Dairy Bowl. There will be a “Rookie” Dairy Bowl opportunity for members age 11 & under. Young or first year teams will be allowed two rounds each and no awards will be given in this division. Teams entering late will have entry fees doubled. For answers to any questions, call 1.800.223.4269! wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/October 2014-27
ACKY WPoint of View Editor’s Comments
Welcome to another great Midwest Holsteins issue. What a nice issue to use as a promotional piece for visitors to our booth at World Dairy Expo. If you’ve picked this issue up at Expo, I hope you’ll enjoy learning about Wisconsin Holstein and our activities. If you would like to become a monthly subscriber, visit our website at www.wisholsteins.com or call 1-800223-4269. Included in this issue is the entry form for the 2017 Wisconsin Holstein Futurity. On-time entries of $35 are due by December 31. You’ll see that we also have two late entry options, $50 by April 30 and, new this year, $100 by August 15. If you have any questions about the Futurity please give our office a call. The deadline for our cover contest is just over a month away. If you have any scenic cow photos that you would like to enter, please email me a highresolution copy or mail a high quality print by November 15. And a reminder to juniors - we’ll be picking out a few of the best entries from the contest at Junior Convention to be used on covers in 2015 so bring your best pictures to convention! Our November issue will include all the results from the upcoming World Dairy Expo and features District 10. If you’re interested in advertising please give me a call or email by October 11. Membership renewals will be sent shortly and you should be receiving a lime green postcard in the mail. If you have a valid email address on file with us you’ll also be getting one by email. Please call the office if you’d like to renew by credit card. New this year is the option to renew online through our website. You’ll need the email address connected to your account (one you received the renewal notice to) and your Customer ID number printed on the News mailing label. If you have any questions, please call our office. We’re also working on a new WHA membership directory, so if your info needs to be updated please let us know by October 15. Until next time... 28–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/October 2014
October 2014 Classifying in Dane, Grant, Green, Iowa & Lafayette counties Sept. 30 - Oct. 4 World Dairy Expo 16-22 Ourway Holsteins Online Sale, www.bovinebid.com 18 UW-Platteville Pioneer Classic, Grant County Fairgrounds, Lancaster, 11:00 a.m. 20 Robert & Sue Zeamer Complete Dispersal, Great Northern Sales Arena, Fond du Lac November 2014 Classifying in Columbia, Dodge, Fond du Lac, Green Lake, Jefferson, Marquette, Rock & Walworth counties 3 GM Sandhill Holsteins Milking Herd & Bred Heifer Sale, Gary & Michelle Popp Jr., Unity; managed by Christensen Sales, 11:30 a.m. 8 Barron Fall Sale, Barron Sale Pavillion, contact Bob Lentz with consignments 8 DEADLINE for adult applications for Distinguished Breeder & Distinguished Young Breeder 15 DEADLINE for Dairy Bowl, Dairy Jeopardy, Speaking, Essay, Junior Long Range Production, Junior Progressive Breeder, Junior Trip, WHY Friend and Royalty applications 20 Dale Stippich Complete Dispersal, Great Northern Sales Arena, Fond du Lac December 2014 Classifying in Langlade, Marathon, Menominee, Oconto, Outagamie, Shawano, Waupaca, Waushara & Winnebago counties 1 Holiday Fashions at the Northern, Great Northern Sales Arena, Fond du Lac 5-6 WHA Board Meeting January 2015 Classifying in Adams, Crawford, Juneau, LaCrosse, Monroe, Portage, Richland, Sauk, Vernon & Wood counties 2-4 WI Junior Holstein Convention, Holiday Inn, Fond du Lac, WI, hosted by Dodge County 9 Top Performer entries due February 2015 Classifying in Barron, Buffalo, Dunn, Eau Claire, Jackson, Pepin, Pierce, Polk, St. Croix & Trempealeau counties 20-21 Adult Holstein Convention, Riverview Hotel and Suites, 100 Spring Street, River Falls, WI, hosted by Pierce County 20 WHA Futures Sale, River Falls, 7:30 p.m. 2015 March 7 March 20 March 27 March 27-28 April 4 April 25 May 16 June 11 June 12 June 15 June 18 June 19 June 22 June 23-26 June 30 July 10 & 11
17th Badger Invitational Apple Mania, Great Northern Sales Arena Quest for Success II at Bella-View Holsteins, hosted by Bella-View & Ryan-Vu, Marion 2015 Tag Event at MilkSource Genetics Hauve Holsteins Complete Dispersal, managed by Courtney Sales Midwest National Spring Show, Alliant Energy Center, Madison Wisconsin Showcase Sale – 125th Anniversary Edition, Great Northern Sales Arena, Fond du Lac The Very Best of Honeycrest Sale District 10 Show, Manitowoc District 1 Show, Glenwood City District 2 Show, Galesville District 4 Show, Marshfield District 3 Show, Lancaster Four-of-a-Kind Holsteins Complete Dispersal, Great Northern 2015 National Holstein Convention, St. Charles, Illinois District 6 Show, Monroe WI Championship Show, Alliant Energy Center, Madison
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