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October 2016

Volume 88 No. 9

Midwest Holsteins issue Wisconsin State Fair results Wisconsin Holstein Futurity results 2019 WHA Futurity entry form Elite Performers


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Wisconsin Holstein Association 902 8th Ave., Baraboo, WI 53913 Phone (608) 356-2114 Fax (608) 356-6312

1-800-223-4269 www.wisholsteins.com Wisconsin Holstein News: Official Publication of the Wisconsin Holstein Association Published 11 months per year by Wisconsin Holstein Publications To Advertise: P.O. Box 49, Lancaster, WI 53813; Phone (608) 723-4933; Fax (608) 723-4973; e-mail: lauraw@wisholsteins.com

www.wisholsteins.com October 2016

VOLUME 88 No. 9

Features: 8 15 17 18 22

Wisconsin State Fair results WHA Picnic review 2019 WHA Futurity entry form The “Supremes” - Celebrating World Dairy Expo’s 50th Anniv. National & Regional Elite Performers

Departments: 6 6 21 26 28 29 30

Wisconsin Holstein Briefs From the President: Kevin Jorgensen Breeder Business Cards WHY Page Calendar of Events & Editor’s Comments Classified Advertising Index to Advertisers

P.O. Box 49, Lancaster, WI 53813 Phone (608) 723-4933 Fax (608) 723-4973 e-mail: lauraw@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: Kevin Jorgensen, President (2018)* - 920-210-3992 801 Winter Ave., Waupun, WI 53963 Chad Ryan, Vice President (2017)* - 920-960-1449 N4067 Twin Oaks Dr., Fond du Lac, WI 54937 Kent Wendorf, Secretary (2017)* - 608-689-2201 E4210 Hwy. 56, Viroqua, WI 54665 Pam Selz-Pralle, Exec. Committee (2018) - 715-334-3434 N4621 US Hwy. 12, Humbird, WI 54746 Craig Carncross, Exec. Committee (2018) - 608-592-2560 W13157 Co. Hwy. J, Lodi, WI 53555 Bill Calvert (2018)* - 608-732-2080 6038 County Rd. J, Cuba City, WI 53807 Steve Endres (2019) - 608-279-5952 7191 Hyer Rd., Waunakee, WI 53597 Joseta Halbur (2019) - 715-821-9672 120 E. Main St., Eden, WI 53019 Heather Jauquet (2019) - 920-371-7511 W2285 County Rd. S, Pulaski, WI 54162 Tracy Mitchell (2017)* - 715-307-1804 W5364 410th Ave., Ellsworth, WI 54011 Bryan Stremcha (2019) - 608-790-1925 N4381 Prairie Rd., Bangor, WI 54614 Erica Ullom (2019) - 715-933-0477 5398 County Hwy. A, Bloomer, WI 54724 *WILL HAVE SERVED TWO THREE-YEAR TERMS, INELIGIBLE FOR RE-ELECTION

NATIONAL DIRECTOR:

On The Cover

This month’s cover features the winner of the 30th Annual Wisconsin Holstein Futurity - Ernest-Anthony Sid Amelia, owned by Crescentmead, Ixonia. Complete Futurity results are printed in the Midwest Holsteins section of this issue. 4–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/October 2016

Paul Buhr - 608-606-3480, Viroqua, WI WISCONSIN HOLSTEIN NEWS: (ISSN 0194-4401) (USPS 688160) is published 11 times for $50 per year by the Wisconsin Holstein Association, 902 Eighth Ave., Baraboo, WI 53913. Periodical postage paid at Baraboo, WI and additional offices. Additional magazines may be purchased at $5.00 for the first copy and $2.00 for each additional copy. Price includes shipping and handling. Due to the uncertainties of the mail, the NEWS cannot assume responsibility for prior delivery of issues carrying advertising of sales scheduled for less than 14 days after the issue date. Advertising is due the 10th day of the month preceding publication. Advertising cannot be accepted over the phone, except by fax. Ad information must include name, address, phone of advertiser, amount of space needed, color if desired, photos if any and where they are. The Wisconsin Holstein News and its employees do not verify the records, classification scores or any other information that is used in advertising that appears in the Wisconsin Holstein News. The advertiser is solely responsible for the accuracy of all information used in their advertising. The News shall not be held responsible for any loss due to inaccurate information appearing in the News. The employees of the News shall be available to help any member acquire verification for any information appearing in the News. Under federal law, photographer’s pictures are copyrighted and owned by the photographic company. Prints sold are with a “single use” license and, in the case of the News, for use only in current or future issues of the News. Original photos must remain on site and may not be shared as prints or electronically without written permission of the photographic company through which the photo is copyrighted.

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Wisconsin Holstein Briefs L Our condolences to the family of Earl Grenzow, who passed away recently. A full obituary is printed below. The Wisconsin Holstein News encourages readers and members to submit information for the Wisconsin Holstein Briefs column. We are looking for news of a wedding, birth announcement, award winner or death that Wisconsin Holstein breeders should know about. High quality, submitted photos will be printed if space is available. Please submit your information to the Wisconsin Holstein News by mail at PO Box 49, Lancaster, WI 53813; or email to lauraw@wisholsteins.com.

Obituaries Earl Grenzow

Earl G. Grenzow, age 91, of Monroe, formerly of Juda, died on Friday, September 9, 2016 at Pleasant View Nursing Home. He was born on April 15, 1925 in Juda, the son of George and Sylvia (Trumpy) Grenzow. Earl and Georgia Quincy were married on August 15, 1959 in Platteville. Earl farmed in the Juda area his entire life, raising Registered Holsteins, moving to Monroe in 2001. He was a member of the Juda Zion United Methodist Church and the Holstein Friezen Association since 1947. He is survived by his wife, Georgia of Monroe; daughter, Karen Grenzow of Monroe; sons, John (Mary Jane) Grenzow and Kevin (Deanna) Grenzow both of Monroe; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; sisters, Mary Ann Schou of Rockford and Grace Harder of Cherry Valley, IL. He was preceded in death by his parents, and brother, Wendell.

M

emories by aurice

In honor of Geraldine Cooper

Hello Everyone! The harvest season is in full swing and hopefully yields are plentiful and that mother nature has cooperated. 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the greatest dairy show on earth, World Dairy Expo. This year’s show promises to be one for the ages. We all owe such a massive debt of gratitude to the founders for having the foresight to build and event in our home state that is the international gathering place for dairy enthusiasts. Stop by the WHA booth as the staff will have memorabilia from the previous 49 shows. WHA is proud to be affiliated with Expo and we are currently represented on the Expo board of directors by Paula Bovre. In addition to Paula, Wallace Behnke represented us for years and I want to thank both of them for their service. Wisconsin will be well represented in both the open and junior Holstein shows and best of luck to those that are exhibiting. It may seem like a while from now, but there are many award forms for both adults and juniors that are due by November 15. These include the Junior Trip award, the WHY friend award, the Junior Essay contest as well as Distinguished Breeder and Distinguished Young Breeder awards and the YAC Education award. The award forms can be found on the WHA website or by calling the state office. Both Dane and Calumet counties are actively preparing for the 2017 Junior and Adult conventions so be sure to get those dates on your calendar. The Junior Convention will be in Wisconsin Dells at the Glacier Canyon Lodge, January 8-10, 2017. The Adult Convention will be held February 24-25 at the Paper Valley Hotel in Appleton. Again I hope that your fall is fruitful and safe and look forward to seeing you throughout the fall. Go Pack Go! KJ

WHA MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Your 2017 Wisconsin Holstein Membership renewal is on its way!

September’s answer: e first of the Wisconsin Championship Show series was held in 1960. Marsden Black Princess was named Grand Champion in 1960 and 1961.

e September winner is Dean Solie of Augusta

is month’s question: Name the Wisconsin Holstein member and farmer that guided other prominent Wisconsin breeders in the creation of World Dairy Expo. Send answers to larryn@wisholsteins.com or mail to 902 8th Avenue, Baraboo, WI 53719 Correct answers will be put into a random drawing for (2) coupons for an extra value basket and a (2) coupons good for a 2-scoop sundae sponsored by Culver’s. Junior members with a correct answer will also earn an additional $100 in Holsti-Bucks per correct answer.

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From your President Kevin Jorgensen

• All WHA members will be receiving a renewal postcard by mail. For those with a valid email address in our database, you will also be receiving a renewal notice by email. Watch your inbox & check your spam folders as initial notices will go out the first week of October. • You will be able to renew online through our website. You will need the email address that is connected to your WHA membership (the address your renewal notice was sent to) and the Customer ID number from your WI Holstein News mailing label. The Customer ID has been appearing on the last several issues of the News and looks like this: Example mailing label with Customer ID # CUSTOMER ID: 0001 JOHN HOLSTEIN JOHNDOE DAIRY FARM W0001 COUNTY LINE RD SOMEWHERE WI 53000 • To pay by credit card, please call 1-800-223-4269. • If you do not receive a membership renewal by email OR in the mail, please call our office. • We would also like to make sure our database information is up to date; if you have any changes to your address, phone number, email, etc. please contact our office.

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WHA 2017 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 22-August 18, 2017 (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 2017 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 2016 Intern, Jessica Steger

I cannot believe this summer is over! I never imagined on the first day of walking into the office that I would experience so many different things this summer. All of the things I learned and got to do this summer lead me to have an unforgettable experience. This summer was filled with numerous event across our great dairy state. Traveling to many parts of the state allowed me to meet with countless members and their Holsteins at district shows and state show. This summer not only offered me the opportunity to meet our members, but it also allowed me to meet consumers and their children. We had two events this summer geared toward youth, Kids Express Learning Center’s “Dairy Day” and a library visit with a cow and calf. Bringing a cow and calf into a library was definitely something I did not expect on the first day, but it was a great learning experience for all involved. I wrapped up the summer with three weekends of shows, the Wisconsin State Championship Show Series, the Wisconsin Junior State Fair, and the Wisconsin State Fair Open Show and Wisconsin Holstein Association Futurity. It was a busy and incredible three weeks. The 30th annual Wisconsin Holstein Futurity was the most anticipated event of the summer for me. I did not realize the amount of detail that went into the Futurity until I was in the middle of coordinating it. I never would have guessed it would take ten trips to different stores just for ribbon. I am excited to say that in the end we had 17 three-year-olds competing for the top prize. I want to first and foremost thank the staff at WHA for all of their patience and help along the way. They are truly an invaluable resource to our association, and I cannot thank them enough for everything this summer. I would also like to thank everyone in the association. Meeting and speaking with many of you about our beloved Holsteins was a highlight of my summer. I cannot wait to see many of you again at the shows throughout the coming year. I would also like to thank the WHA Board of Directors and JACs for always being there for a good laugh or offering a helping hand. I would like to thank the Futurity committee for all of their help and dedication. I would finally like to thank Kati Kindschuh and Paige Nelson for the numerous laughs and adventures we shared this summer. I will always remember this opportunity and its numerous lessons.

Preferred Knowledge:

• 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 Friday, November 18, 2016 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. wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/October 2016-7


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2016 Wisconsin State Fair

Holstein Junior Show August 5 & 6 • West Allis, WI

The Wisconsin Junior State Fair Holstein show was held on Thursday and Friday, August 5 and 7 at the Wisconsin State Fair Park in West Allis. Judge Joey Airosa of Pixley, Cal., and Associate Judge Jeff Brantmeier of Sherwood, Wis., placed a total of 402 head of Holsteins over the two day show, including 214 calves, 159 yearlings and 29 cows. The Red & White show had 74 head participating in that show. Selected as Senior and Grand Champion of the Holstein Show was Mapel Wood Windhammer Elegance exhibited by Whitney Ebert. Reserve Champion went to Siemers Braxton Marabel-ET exhibited by Jake Siemers. Judge Airosa commented that the winning Junior 3-Year-Old was really “on the mark. You have to love that length, the capacity of udder and her great breed character in the front end. She’s one that is going to just keep getting better.” Winning Calf Champion honors was Aaliyah Borchert’s winter calf, Tree-Hayven Integral Declan. Judge Airosa was impressed with the group pulled out for Calf Champion and commented that the winter calf “is a beautifully framed heifer and there’s really not that much wrong with her. She’s so correct, so balanced. She has that great breed character through her head and neck and lots of style and strength.” He gave her the advantage over the Reserve Champion by being a little more correct in the rump structure, but loved the “beautiful framed calf with so much style, that follows the white calf nicely.” Reserve Calf Champion was Budjon-Vail Sid Sydney-ET, also a winter calf, exhibited by Allison Breunig. Jenifer Krull took home Yearling and Junior Champion honors with Craig-Kro Hammer Jammer. Reserve Junior Champion was Roseanne Crave’s spring yearling, Crave Atwood anna 9121-ET, also the Reserve Yearling Champion. Judge Airosa said the group pulled out for Yearling Champion was “the kind I like and are all ones that are sound heifers and are going to make good cows.” He said for champion, “It was splitting hairs, but this fall yearling is one whale of a heifer. She has that width from the tip of her nose all the way to her rear end. She has an advantage over the spring yearling in that she’s a little more powerful in the front end, deeper in the fore rib and a little wider made. But I will grant the spring yearling has the most size and scale for her age out her today.” The showmanship started the dairy show on Thursday with almost 500 youth taking part in the different age groups. Several Wisconsin Junior Holstein members won their respective age groups, with Karlee Ketelboeter 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 - Group 1 (19): 1. Siemers Dman Glam-Dream-ET, Lauren Siemers, Manitowoc Co. 2. (B&O) Floydholm Mc Emoji-ET, Ashlyn Sarbacker, Dane Co. 3. Deervue-Acres Kentucky, Austin Henschel, She-

boygan Co. 4. Windy Valey Chrome Diamond, Taylor Ubersox, Lafayette Co. 5. KnH-Endres Dempsey Oh No, Mikayla Endres, Columbia Co. Spring Calf - Group 2 (15): 1. (B&O) Synergy McCutchen Trilogy, Evan Jauquet, Shawano Co. 2. Marsh-Vue Wickham Disco-ET, Clarissa Ulness, Manitowoc Co. 3. Langer Goldwyn Manhattan-ET, Ashley Hagenow, Columbia Co. 4. RBCC-Xtreme V Drmn Esctasy, Shanelle Borth, Pierce Co. 5. Mar-Linda-K Rollin the Dice, Jolee Miller, Jefferson Co. Winter Calf – Group 1 (24): 1. (B&O) Chase-Lynn McCutchen Denali, Mariah Tasch, Calumet Co. 2. Moorclose Brokaw Siri, McKenzie Calvert, Lafayette Co. 3. Ms Mickilcrest Bradnick Sage, Payton Van Schyndle, Lafayette Co. 4. GBM Doorman Amari, Lucas Anderson, Vernon Co. 5. Windy Valley Brkw Beauty, Alicia Baker, Grant Co. Winter Calf – Group 2 (25): 1. Budjon-Vail Sid Sydney-ET, Allison Bruenig, Dane Co. 2. Sugar-C Muscadet 5625, Seth Haldiman, Rock Co. 3. Bella-View Atwood Angelica, Jacob Viergutz, Shawano Co. 4. GBM Brazzle Jakie, Dawson Nickels, Dodge Co. 5. Ziems Brady Epiphany-ET, Nathan Daniels, Iowa Co. (B&O) Hobby-Hill Guthrie Emmy, Riley Miller, Rock Co. Winter Calf – Group 3 (23): 1. Crave Gold Chip 9610, Sara Skalitzky, Dodge Co. 2. Heritage-E Daybreak-ET, Kimberly Jean Keller, Dane Co. 3. Ourway Absolute Ester, Montana Sarbacker, Dane Co. 4. Triple-HH Absolute Apricot, McKinley Verhulst, Barron Co. 5. (B&O) Dream-Prairie Doorman Piper, Courtney Moser, Vernon Co. Winter Calf – Group 4 (21): 1. Tree-Hayven Integral Declan, Aaliyah Borchert, Wood Co. 2. Milksource Arch Linkedin-ET, Alek Krueger, Brown Co. 3. (B&O) Siemers Blake Scaletta-ET, Jake Siemers, Manitowoc Co. 4. Heritage-E Dreamer-ET, Marley Doolittle, Dunn Co. 5. Langer Brokaw Babble-ET, Ashley Hagenow, Columbia Co. Fall Calf – Group 1 (22): 1. Finesse Doorman Fergie-ET, Sara Kronberg, Rock Co. 2. Berryridge Night Train-ET, Zach Endres, Dane Co. 3. Ms-Divas Armani Bugatti, Cheyenne Karl, Wood Co. 4. DJPurepride Arman Imprison, Krista Styer, Dunn Co. 5. Mayerlane Catwoman-ET, Fritzy Ullom, Chippewa Co. (B&O) Kontur-Maal Sid Pitstop, Tahmara Hendrickson, Vernon Co. Fall Calf – Group 2 (23): 1. Kentville Blake Genevieve, Benjamin Powers, Dunn Co. 2. Milksource Doorman Josie-ET, Marisa Klister, Brown Co. 3. (B&O) Welsh-Edge Gonna B Great-ET, David Petersheim, Vernon Co. 4. Trent-Way-PB Distraction-ET, Montana Sarbacker, Dane Co. 5. Deervue-Acres Brady Ivy, Sarah Henschel, Sheboygan Co. Fall Calf – Group 3 (21): 1. (B&O) Jenny-Lou Doorman Eau My, Allison Breunig, Dane Co. 2. Mead Manor Def Allis-ET, Megan Moede, Kewaunee Co. 3. Hoesly Armani Risque-ET, Paige Hoesly, Green Co. 4. Straussdale At Glory, Emily Strauss, Jefferson Co. 5. Milksource Doorman Brandy, Derek Utecht, St. Croix Co. Fall Calf – Group 4 (21): 1. (B&O) Berryridge Doorman Edna, Eliza Endres, Dane Co. 2. Budjon-Vail-Phoenix Alice, Zachary Lemke, Calumet Co. 3. Mead-Manor Def Autumn-ET, Michael Moede, Kewaunee Co. 4. DJ-Purepride Isabelle-ET, Brielle Bjork, Chippewa Co. 5. Willows-Edge Glauc Marigold, Shanelle Borth, Pierce Co.

Grand Champions - WHA Princess Kati Kindschuh, Judge Joey Airosa, Whitney Ebert holding Maple Wood Windhammer Elegance, Jake Siemers with Siemers Braxton Marabel-ET and WHA Princess Attendant Paige Nelson

Yearling & Junior Champions - WHA Princess Kati Kindschuh, Judge Joey Airosa, Jenifer Krull holding Craig-Kro Hammer Jammer, Roseanne Crave holding Crave Atwood Anna 9121-ET, Associate Judge Jeff Brantmeier and WHA Princess Attendant Paige Nelson

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Calf Champions - WHA Princess Kati Kindschuh, Judge Joey Airosa, Aaliyah Borchert holding Tree-Hayven Integral Declan, Allison Breunig holding Budjon-Vail Sid Sydney-ET, Associate Judge Jeff Brantmeier and WHA Princess Attendant Paige Nelson Calf Champion: Tree-Hayven Integral Declan, Aaliyah Borchert, Wood Co. Reserve Calf Champion: Budjon-Vail Sid Sydney-ET, Allison Bruenig, Dane Co. Summer Yearling – Group 1 (19): 1. Rock-N-Hill Luanne, Brian McCullough, Green Co. 2. (B&O) Rock-Edge Atwood Della, Jenna Broege, Rock Co. 3. Eastriver Gold Deb 321-ET, Jessica Mullikin, Sheboygan Co. 4. Wilstar Armani Bells, Emma Gwidt, Shawano Co. 5. Cave Beemer Azalea, Roseanne Crave, Dodge Co. Summer Yearling – Group 2 (19): 1. Walk-Era Atwood Houligan, Alli Walker, Columbia Co. 2. River Bridge Brokaw Truffle, McKenna Coffeen, Brown Co. 3. (B&O) Black-Rock Doorman Deb 001, Alek Kreuger, Brown Co. 4. Mead-Manor Def Amelia-ET, Michael Moede, Kewaunee Co. 5. Ms Frsvue G Dream Igloo2-ET, Alissa Frisle, Barron Co. Summer Yearling – Group 3 (19): 1. Walk-Era Atwood Harper, Alli Walker, Columbia Co. 2. Budjon-JK Atwood Excite, Paul Grulke, Dodge Co. 3. OCD AC Rachel McAdams-ET, Jessica Telfer, Jefferson Co. 4. Powers-Haven Reginald Bree, Joseph Opsal, Dane Co. 5. Bella-View Gold Rhythm-ET, Eva Doornink, St. Croix Co. (B&O) Mis LDF DayDreamer, Dawson Nickels, Dodge Co. Spring Yearling – Group 1 (23): 1. Griswold Gold Alisa, Briana Griswold, Jefferson Co. 2. Excellent GC Risk It All, Matthew Gunst, Dodge Co. 3. (B&O) 2nd-Look Durbin Babble, Kalista Hodorff, Fond du Lac Co. 4. Hillpine D Cotton Eye Jill, Jeremy Schlies. Kewaunee Co. 5. Floydholm Armani Emmy, Lindsey Sarbacker, Dane Co. Spring Yearling – Group 2 (16): 1. Crave Atwood Anna 9121-ET, Roseanne Crave, Dodge Co. 2. Milksource Sid Josie-ET, Ashton Haack, Sheboygan Co. 3. (B&O) Gaedtke Fabio Perky, Hailey Gaedtke, Kewaunee Co. 4. Wildweed Gold Chip J-Lo, Dan Strouf, Manitowoc Co. 5. Lars-Acres G W Atw Lilac-ET, Luke Trustem, Rock Co. Winter Yearling - Group 1 (20): 1. (B&O) Joliam R Penny 4751-ET,

Junior Champion Bred & Owned: WHA Princess Kati Kindschuh, Judge Joey Airosa, Nicole Pralle with Joliam R Penny 4751-ET, Mariah Tasch with Chase-Lynn McCutchen Denali, Associate Judge Jeff Brantmeier and WHA Princess Attendant Paige Nelson

Nicole Pralle, Clark Co. 2. Lilac Row Hefty Bright Bianca, Kortney Woldt, Calumet Co. 3. Hillpine Chelios Batard, Madelyn Hansen, Racine Co. 4. Crave Atwood April 9010-ET, Rachel Coyne, Pierce Co. 5. Gildale Atwood Pathmaker, Cole Lankey, Sauk Co. Winter Yearling - Group 2 (17): 1. Kellercrest Mont Lisbeth-ET, Kimberly Jean Keller, Dane Co. 2. River Bridge Brokaw Shadow, Coltin Coffeen, Brown Co. 3. Red Brae Formost Lila, Elise Bleck, Sheboygan Co. 4. Desperle Breeze Atwood, Melissa Specher, Dane Co. 5. Farmdale Avalon Gert, Kim Reinders, Washington Co. (B&O) Lars-Acres Chelios Lynda-ET, Dane Trustem, Rock Co. Fall Yearling – Group 1 (13): 1. Watertown Chelios Chloe-ET, Brock Soukup, Manitowoc Co. 2. Elm-Park Goldpolled P-ET, Savanna Ridge, Sheboygan Co. 3. Rem-Jem Joliam Darley 2447, Tessa Meyer, Clark Co. 4. Jovigny Luciole Denzel, Kortney Woldt, Calumet Co. 5. Emerald-AcrVr Faris, Brooke Hammann, Barron Co. (B&O) Lars-Acres Gwatwd Landi-ET, Brooke Trustem, Rock Co. Fall Yearling – Group 2 (13): 1. Craig-Kro Hammer Jammer, Jenifer Krull, Shawano Co. 2. RidgeDale-LS Anxious, Cole Mahlkuch, Green Co. 3. Sildajak Phoenix Space-ET, Paige Soukup, Manitowoc Co. 4. DJPure Pride Aft Paris-ET, Mikayla Pumper, Wood Co. 5. Hi-Lo-Valley Atwood Leonora, Kennedy Stumpf, Iowa Co. (B&O) Miesens Buxton Bliss, Brianna Miesen, Lafayette Co. Yearling & Junior Champion: Craig-Kro Hammer Jammer, Jenifer Krull, Shawano Co. Reserve Yearling & Reserve Junior Champion: Crave Atwood Anna 9121-ET, Roseanne Crave, Dodge Co. Junior Champion Bred & Owned of Show: Joliam R Penny 4751ET, Nicole Pralle, Clark Co. Reserve Junior Champion Bred & Owned of Show: Chase-Lynn McCutchen Denali, Mariah Tasch, Calumet Co. Junior 2-Year-Old (5): 1. Oakfield GW Atwood Daria-ET, Rachel Coyne, Pierce Co. 2. Moorclose Atwood Wren, Madison Calvert, Lafayette Co. 3. Four Hands Caliber Reianna, Trent Dado, Polk Co. 4. Krull At Main Event-ET, Colin Uecker, Jefferson Co. 5. Crescentmead Win RachelET, Erin Strauss, Jefferson Co. Senior 2-Year-Old (8): 1. Milgene Big Red Jezolantern, Courtney Ewert, Dodge Co. 2. Ryan-Vu GChip Claudette-ET, Joseph Opsal, Dane Co. 3. (B&O) KnH-Endres Atlantic Ocean, Mikayla Endres, Columbia Co. 4. Geneva-G Black Behnke Rae, Geneva Nunes, Chippewa Co. 5. Milksource Brokaw Rayne, Caleb Hamm, Waupaca Co. Junior 3-Year-Old (3): 1 Maple Wood Windhammer Elegance, Whitney Ebert, Kewaunee Co. 2. Bohnview Aftershock Lolly, Emily Butler, Dodge Co. 3. (B&O) Synergie Guthrie Toucan, Mason Jauquet, Shawano Co. Senior 3-Year-Old (4): 1. (B&O) KnH-Endres Atlantic Orlando, Cole Endres, Columbia Co. 2. Budjon-JK Damion Eklipse-ET, Lindsey Sarbacker, Dane Co. 3. Lakecrest Braxton Moment, Thomas Christenson, Polk Co. 4. Schluter Bradnick Galaxy-ET, Melissa Konkel, Walworth Co. 4-Year-Old (7): 1. Siemers Braxton Marabel-ET, Jacob Siemers, Manitowoc 2. Four Hands Sid JoJo, Meikah Dada, Polk Co. 3. Hillpine Rainy Alyssa, Megan Lauber, Racine Co. 4. Quad-R Goldsun Bevin, Ryan Smith, Green Co. 5. Redrock-View Jasper 1799, Carson Carpenter, Lafayette Co.

Senior Champion Bred & Owned: WHA Princess Kati Kindschuh, Cole Endres with KnH-Endres Atlantic Orlando, Mikayla Endres with KnH-Endres Atlantic Ocean and WHA Princess Attendant Paige Nelson wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/October 2016-9


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2016 Wisconsin Junior State Fair Winners

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5-Year-Old (1): 1. GT-RVR-VLY Atlantic 1276, Tyler Crosby, Washburn Co. 6-Year-Old & Older (1): 1. Smith-Crest-TW SH Virgie-ET, Paul Grulke, Dodge Co. Senior & Grand Champion: Maple Wood Windhammer Elegance, Whitney Ebert, Kewaunee Co. Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion: Siemers Braxton Marabel-ET, Jacob Siemers, Manitowoc Co. Senior Champion Bred & Owned of Show: KnH-Endres Atlantic Orlando, Cole Endres, Columbia Co. Reserve Senior Champion Bred & Owned of Show: KnH-Endres Atlantic Ocean, Mikayla Endres, Columbia Co. Supreme Champion: Maple Wood Windhammer Elegance, Whitney Ebert, Kewaunee Co. Reserve Supreme Junior Champion: Craig-Kro Hammer Jammer, Jenifer Krull, Shawano Co. Third Overall Supreme Bred & Owned: KnH-Endres Atlantic Orlando, Cole Endres, Columbia Co. Supreme Junior Champion Bred & Owned: Joliam R Penny 4751ET, Nicole Pralle, Clark Co.

Red & White Junior Show

Junior Champions - WI R&W Princess Danielle Warmka, Brooke Roberts with Siemers Cntdr Lauryn-Red-ET, and Lauren Siemers with Siemers About Greta-Red-ET

Judge: Ted Dement 74 head shown: 63 heifers & 11 cows

Spring Calf (4): 1. Ms Awesome Girl On Fire-Red, McKenna Coffeen, Brown Co. 2. Mead-Manor Def Adeline-Red, Megan Moede, Kewaunee Co. 3. Broege Acres BW Neveah-Red P, Caleb Broege, Rock Co. 4. Thorgy-Way Ca Sunshine-Red, Jenna Thorgerson, Barron Co. Winter Calf (9): 1. Mauk-E-Way Dft Kylie-Red-ET, Ava Booth, Sheboygan Co. 2. Windy-Valley Alana-Red, Alicia Baker, Grant Co. 3. Emerald-Acr-Vr AB Furry-Red, Megan Richter, Barron Co. 4. Indianhead Addi Ali-Red, Zachary Moret, Barron Co. 5. Jagster Cherry Sangria-Red, Adam Sterman, Washington Co. Fall Calf (14): 1. Siemers Lotus Jubah-Red-ET, Connor Siemers, Manitowoc Co. 2. Cleland Defiant Kailene-Red, Cole Booth, Sheboygan Co. 3. Trent-Way Sweat Pea-Red-ET, Cole Syvrud, Dane Co. 4. Synergy Arm Licorice-Red-ET, Carmen Haack, Kewaunee Co. 5. Sorg-Land Redneck Party-Red, Kelsey Riedel, Sauk Co. Summer Yearling (11): 1. Siemers Cntdr Lauryn-Red-ET, Brooke Roberts, Manitowoc Co. 2. Nobland Defiant Erica-Red, Drew Noble, Grant Co. 3. Cow-Palace Apple Trixie-Red, Savanna Ridge, Sheboygan Co. 4. DJ-Purepride Icemakr-Red-ET, Zachary Evenson, Dunn Co. 5. Jerland SH Defi Nori-Red-ET, Nathan Twardokus, Dodge Co. Spring Yearling (12): 1. Siemers About Greta-Red-ET, Lauren Siemers, Manitowoc Co. 2. Booth-Haven Lady In-Red-ET, Sheboygan Co. 3. Lake-Breeze Delight-Red-ET, Grady Wendorf, Dodge Co. 4. Miss Sharly-Red-ET-PO, Grant Vosters, Outagamie Co. 5. Oakfield Add SableRed-ET, Fond du Lac Co. Winter Yearling (7): 1. Lyn-Vale Cherry Wine-Red-ET, Ava Booth, Sheboygan Co. 2. Sunspark Armani Disco-Red, Alli Raddatz, Oconto Co. 3. Ms Indianhead Arm Cattie-ET, David Pintens, Barron Co. 4. StitchsJeta Duc Kit-Red-TW, Bryce Stewart, Shawano Co. 5. Gehrke-Horn Apple Cider-Red, Amanda Gehrke, Wood Co. Fall Yearling (6): 1. Oeh-My Apple Daffodil-Red, Brooke Webb, Clark Co. 2. Straussdale Bar Dreamy-Red, Carly Strauss, Jefferson Co. 3. Ms Stranshome Target-Red-ET, Justin Gaedtke, Kewaunee Co. 4. Duckett Armani Luck-Red-ET, Austin Rider, Sauk Co. 5. Pa-Ja-Ma Bwire FireRed-TW, Christepher Melius, Washington Co. Junior Champion: Siemers Cntdr Lauryn-Red-ET, Brooke Roberts, Manitowoc Co. Reserve Junior Champion: Siemers About Greta-Red-ET, Lauren Siemers, Manitowoc Co. Junior Champion Bred & Owned: Siemers About Greta-Red-ET, Lauren Siemers, Manitowoc Co. Reserve Junior Champion Bred & Owned: Booth-Haven Lady InRed-ET, Sheboygan Co. Junior 2-Year-Old (1): 1. Synergy Alwys A Stunner-Red, Carmen Haack, Kewaunee Co. Senior 2-Year-Old (2): 1. Gaedtke Absolute Ellie-Red, Hailey Gaedtke, Kewaunee Co. 2. Ar-Line A White Lady-Red-ET, Tyler Crosby, Washburn Co. 3-Year-Old (5): 1. Warmka Chris Leah 1441-Red, Danielle Warmka,

Grand Champions - National R&W Princess Mckenna Coffeen, Carley Krull with Rosedale 2 Hot 2 Handle-Red, Danielle Warmka with Warmka Chris Lea 1441-Red and Judge Ted Dement Dodge Co. 2. Kaymanor Destry Minnesota-Red, Ryan Smith, Green Co. 3. Geneva-G Goose Google-Red, Geneva Nunes, Chippewa Co. 4. Greenlea P Cris-Red-ET, Molly Sarbacker, Dane Co. 5. Hi-Low Redburst Scarlette-Red-ET, Jessica Telfer, Jefferson Co. 4-Year-Old (1): 1. Moorclose Talent Siena-Red, McKenzie Calvert, Lafayette Co. 5-Year-Old (2): 1. Rosedale 2 Hot 2 Handle-Red, Carley Krull, Jefferson Co. 2. Synergy Abslt Lomardie-Red, Danielle Warmka, Dodge Co. Senior & Grand Champion: Rosedale 2 Hot 2 Handle-Red, Carley Krull, Jefferson Co. Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion: Warmka Chris Leah 1441-Red, Danielle Warmka, Dodge Co. Senior Champion Bred & Owned: Synergy Alwys A Stunner-Red, Carmen Haack, Kewaunee Co. Reserve Senior Champion Bred & Owned: Gaedtke Absolute EllieRed, Hailey Gaedtke, Kewaunee Co. Premier Exhibitor Contest 1. Elise Bleck, Sheboygan Co. 2. Mason Jauquet, Shawano Co. 3. Danielle Warmka, Dodge Co. 4. Kelli Marschall, Barron Co. 5. Abigail Solum, Barron Co.

6. McKennz Coffeen, Brown Co. 7. Samuel Minch, Wood Co. 8. Kristen Broege, Rock Co. 9. Abigail Martin, Rock Co. 10. Alyssa Nuttleman, La Crosse Co.

Showmanship Winners: 12 Year Old Winner – Aaliyah Borchert, Wood Co. 13 Year Old Winner – Lauren Siemers, Manitowoc Co. 14 Year Old Winner – Cole Booth, Sheboygan Co. 15 Year Old Winner – Ashley Hagenow, Columbia Co. continued on page 12 wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/October 2016-11


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Showmanship Winners (continued): 16 Year Old Winner – Rachel McCullough, Green Co. 17 Year Old Winner – Emma Olstad, Dane Co. 18 Year Old Winner – Karlee Ketelboeter, Dane Co. 19 Year Old Winner – Benjamin Powers, Dunn Co. Supreme Champion Showman: Karlee Ketelboeter, Dane Co. Reserve Supreme Champion Showman: Rachel McCullough, Green Co. 3rd Overall Supreme Champion Showman: Lauren Siemers, Manitowoc Co.

Top to bottom, left to right Aaliyah Borchert, Lauren Siemers, Cole Booth, Ashley Hagenow, Rachel McCullough, Karlee Ketelboeter and Benjamin Powers

Supreme Champion Showperson Karlee Ketelboeter, Reserve Champion Rachel McCullough and 3rd place Lauren Siemers with judges Mandi Bue, Chelsea Holschbach (left) and Ryan Krohlow and John Erbsen (right). 12–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/October 2016

Holstein Open Show 49 head shown: 37 heifers & 12 cows

Spring Calf (9): 1. KnH Endres Dempsey Oh No, Mikayla Endres, Lodi 2. Ms Silks Archrival Sassy-ET, Tessa & Stella Schmocker, Whitewater 3. Oakfield Dback Dreamy-ET, Cindy Krull, Lake Mills 4. Miss Hot Pursuit-ET, Troy Wendorf, Ixonia 5. East Branch Clark Tina, Kristine Jarek, Bonduel Winter Calf (7): 1. Crestbrooke A Cabernet-ET, Tim & Barb Natzke, Fond du Lac 2. Ms Beautys Bet on It-ET, Tammy Voegeli, Arlington 3. Straussdale Im Adorable, Mariah Strauss, Waterloo 4. JB-Chance Armani Dutchess, Janean Boss-Anderson, Monroe 5. East Branch Defiant Molly, Kristine Jarek, Bonduel Fall Calf (9): 1. Kentville Black Genevieve, Tim & Barb Natzke, Fond du Lac 2. Sabor-CH Goldchip Sprinkles, Amy Koenig, New Franken 3. Ocean-View Brokaw Sawyer, Todd Wendorf, Ixonia 4. Straussdale At Glory 1765, Mariah Strauss, Waterloo 5. East Branch Clark Aveda, Kristine Jarek, Bonduel Summer Yearling (8): 1. Ryan-Crest Sid Equator, Tim & Barb Natzke, Fond du Lac 2. Met-TV-BP Dundee Daisey-ET, Tessa & Stella Schmocker, Whitewater 3. OCD Ac Rachel McAdams-ET, Jessica Telfer, Fort Atkinson 4. Butlerview Corvet Cruisin-ET, Mikayla Endres, Lodi 5. AJChance Okaliber Emily, Janean Boss-Anderson, Monroe Spring Yearling (3): 1. Ms Oeh-My Beemer Passion-ET, Christy Oehmichen, Abbotsford 2. Zehrview EV Crageous Cutie, Tessa & Stella Schmocker, Whitewater 3. R-M Atwood Brenda, Schwendimann Farms, Hartford Winter Yearling (0) Fall Yearling (1): 1. Jacobs Goldwyn Buttershot-ET, Tim & Barb Natzke, Fond du Lac Junior Champion: Jacobs Goldwyn Buttershot-ET, Tim & Barb Natzke, Fond du Lac Reserve Junior Champion: Kentville Black Genevieve, Tim & Barb Natzke, Fond du Lac Junior 2-Year-Old (1): 1. (BU) Crescentmead Win Rachel, Mariah Strauss, Waterloo Senior 2-Year-Old (3): 1. (BU) Wiscit Sanchez Secret, UW-Platteville, Platteville 2. Robrook Windbrook Myleigha, Tim & Barb Natzke, Fond du Lac 3. South Break Lad Laycee, Schwendimann Farms, Hartford Junior 3-Year-Old (1): 1. (BU) Miss Summer Moonshine, Todd Wendorf, Ixonia Senior 3-Year-Old (5): 1. (BU) Hilrose Hero Raelynn, Jeff Brantmeier, Hilbert 2. Hilrose Dempsey Patty-ET, Jeff Brantmeier, Hilbert 3. Milkinaire Windhammer Aerial, Vanna Herrmann, Green Bay 4. East Branch Braxton Mayme, Kristine Jarek, Bonduel 5. East Branch Atwood Abbie, Kristine Jarek, Bonduel Intermediate Champion: Ernest-Anthony Sid Amelia, Troy Wendorf, Ixonia Reserve Intermediate Champion: Hilrose Hero Raelynn, Jeff Brantmeier, Hilbert 4-Year-Old (1): 1. (BU) Miss Summer Song-ET, Todd Wendorf, Ixonia 5-Year-Old (0): 6-Year-Old & Older (1): 1. (BU) Crescentmead on Broadway-ET, Todd Wendorf, Ixonia Senior & Grand Champion: Miss Summer Song-ET, Todd Wendorf, Ixonia Reserve Senior Champion: Crescentmead on Broadway-ET, Todd Wendorf, Ixonia Reserve Grand Champion: Ernest-Anthony Sid Amelia, Troy Wendorf, Ixonia Premier Breeder: UW-Platteville, Platteville Premier Exhibitor: Todd Wendorf, Ixonia


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Red & White Open Show 19 head shown: 15 heifers & 4 cows

Spring Calf (3): 1. Krull Apple Delight-Red, Cindy Krull, Lake Mills 2. Crescentmead Dnkn Donut-Red, Troy Wendorf, Ixonia 3. Miss Sweet Eternity-Red, Todd Wendorf, Ixonia Winter Calf (5): 1. Jo-Ed Applejack Lola-Red, Christy Oehmichen, Abbotsford 2. Designer Roadtrip-Red, Tammy Voegeli, Arlington 3. R-MBREK Lexi 1196-Red, Schwendimann Farms, Hartford 4. Boelk Defiant Sangria, Robin Krohlow, Baileys Harbor 5. Jo-Clar Armani Peaches-Red PO, Daniel Wonders, Mineral Point Fall Calf (2): 1. Car-Ken Heztry Lulu-Red, Cindy Krull, Lake Mills 2. Cleland Moses Kolina-Red, Daniel Wonders, Mineral Point Summer Yearling (0) Spring Yearling (3): 1. Oakfield Add Sable-Red-ET, Shawon Vande Zande 2. Lake-Breeze Delight-Red-ET, Troy Wendorf, Ixonia 3. Wiscit Addiction Kenya-Red, UW-Platteville, Platteville Winter Yearling (0) Fall Yearling (2): 1. Straussdale Bar Dreamy-Red, Mariah Strauss, Waterloo 2. R-M Armani Kyrie-Red, Schwendimann Farms, Hartford Junior Champion: Car-Ken Heztry Lulu-Red, Cindy Krull, Lake Mills Reserve Junior Champion: Krull Apple Delight-Red, Cindy Krull, Lake Mills Junior 2-Year-Old (0): Senior 2-Year-Old (1): 1. (BU) SouthBreak Lad Shelby-Red, Schwendimann Farms, Hartford Junior 3-Year-Old (2): 1. (BU, Prod) Mar-Linda-K Baby Rae-Red-TW, Mar-Linda-K, Johnson Creek 2. SouthBreak Lad Dora-Red/P, Schwendimann Farms, Hartford Senior 3-Year-Old (1): 1. (BU) Hammertime Noniberry-Red, Troy Wendorf, Ixonia Intermediate Champion: Hammertime Noniberry-Red, Troy Wendorf, Ixonia Reserve Intermediate Champion: Mar-Linda-K Baby Rae-Red-TW, Mar-Linda-K, Johnson Creek 4-Year-Old (0): 5-Year-Old (0): Senior & Grand Champion and Best Udder Cow of Show: Hammertime Noniberry-Red, Troy Wendorf, Ixonia Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion, Overall Production Winner: Mar-Linda-K Baby Rae-Red-TW, Mar-Linda-K, Johnson Creek Premier Exhibitor: Schwendimann Farms, Hartford

NATIONAL DIRECTOR’S REPORT Dear Holstein Breeders, In June, the center of the Holstein world was in charming Saratoga Springs, New York. Our annual meeting and convention were special in every way, thanks to our great New York hosts. The convention sale was spectacular and the keynote speaker made it clear that the pace of the genetic change will not slow down. Retiring board members were recognized, including our director atlarge, Corey Geiger, from Wisconsin. New directors elected include Peter Dueppengiesser of New York, Steve Keene of Maine, and Benjamin Newberry of Georgia. Iowa’s Mark Kerndt was re-elected to the board. Recognized as the 2016 Distinguished Young Holstein Breeder was Joe Loehr of Calvary, Wisconsin. The Type Committee report was highlighted by the recommendation that stature be de-emphasized by reducing correlations between stature and udder. The Genetic Advancement Committee featured the updated version of the Body Composite Index, which more accurately predicts the body weight of the animal, therefore making the Feed Efficiency Index more precise. A new trait evaluation was launched - Livability. This is the ability of an animal to stay alive and will be displayed as a percentage representing the offspring’s deviation from the average. Being able to sell an animal for salvage versus the time and expense of dealing with dead animals is a significant economic factor. This new trait will be assessed as to its importance and whether it will be included in the TPI formula in the future. The effectiveness of the current TPI formula was displayed in the report, showing that the ranking of cows by CTPI does predict their lifetime profitability. The recent fertility increases in Holsteins was also highlighted. Stature was mentioned by GAC as an issue, with the intent of addressing the rate of increase in stature immediately. Other information included the announcement of a herd audit program that will check herds with high proportions of full-age show animals. The investment in our computer system has begun! We can assure you that it is in the processes of careful planning, which will result in greatly improved speed and service far into the future. The cost is considerable, but a large portion will be covered by our Reserve Fund. The 2017 convention will be held in Belleville, Wash., from June 30 through July 1. This will be the first year that our increased number of delegates allowed will be in effect. Please feel free to contact us with any concerns or ideas about your Holstein Association. Your National Directors, Dale Drendel, Director Mark Kerndt, Director Boyd Schaufelberger, Vice President Paul Buhr, Director

District Showmanship Results The 2015 Showmanship results were accidently printed in the September issue of the News. Below are the 2016 District Showmanship Results. We apologize for the error. District 1 District 6 10 & Under: 1. Summer Hamman 2. Gina Frisle 3. Hailey Lundgren Juniors: 1. Brooke Hamman 2. Fritzy Ullom 3. Ben Styer Seniors: 1. Shanelle Borth 2. Abigail Solum 3. Brooke Brantner

10 & Under: 1. Cole Sarbacker 2. Emma Hendrickson 3. Ellie Larson Juniors: 1. Hailey Raymond 2. Ava Endres 3. Nicole Broege Seniors: 1. Karlee Ketelboeter 2. Elizabeth Sarbacker 3. Allie Breunig

10 & Under: 1. Cooper Rahr 2. Kole Trapp 3. McKenna Olson Juniors: 1. Hope Petersheim 2. Karly Anderson 3. Lexi Wagemester Seniors: 1. Courtney Moser 2. David Petersheim 3. Mikayla Lepke

10 & Under: 1. Jacob Harbaugh 2. Tristin Ostrom 3. Logan Harbaugh Juniors: 1. Ashton Haack 2. Coltin Coffeen 3. Alek Krueger Seniors: 1. McKenna Coffeen 2. Jennifer Krull 3. Alli Raddatz

District 2

District 3

10 & Under: 1. Morgan VanSchyndle 2. Kenadee Weigel 3. Payton Calvert Juniors: 1. Ainsley Noble 2. McKenzie Calvert 3. Madison Calvert Seniors: 1. Jordyn Kamps 2. Emma Buss 3. Emily Steger

District 4

10 & Under: 1. Sara Dorshorst 2. Sydney Magnusen 3. Brett Thiel Juniors: 1. Noah Bilz 2. Emma Dorshorst 3. Aspen Hagen Seniors: 1. Jessica Pralle 2. Deveni Rowley 3. Sam Minch

District 5

District 7

District 8

10 & Under: 1. Ashley Brandel 2. Elizabeth Gunst 3. Lane Wendorf Juniors: 1. Kylie Nickels 2. Samantha Pitterle 3. Grady Wendorf Seniors: 1. Dawson Nickels 2. Carley Krull 3. Courtney Ewert

District 10

10 & Under: 1. Brady Bleck 2. Campbell Booth 3. Brooke Zillges Juniors: 1. Elise Bleck 2. Ella Bindl 3. Clarissa Ulness Seniors: 1. Gage Lisowe 2. Hannah Borchardt 3. Kalista Hodorff

10 & Under: 1. Bailey Sersland 2. Holden Hockerman 3. Peyton Veogli Juniors: 1. Kelby Fossum 2. Austin Rider 3. Sela Fossum Seniors: 1. Melissa Sprecher 2. Mikayla Endres 3. Alli Walker wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/October 2016-13


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Nutrition Notes... by Ryan Pralle Transition cows are cool. Seriously, at what other point in time does an adult cow undergo so many impactful changes? Cows start as dry, pregnant “couch potatoes” and within a few weeks become high-producing athletes. To facilitate this dynamic transition, a huge, coordinated biological shift occurs throughout a number of systems, including nutrient metabolism, feeding behavior, rumen microbiology, and mammary gland development. However, the multitude of changes puts cows at an increased risk of inadequately coordinating their biology. This can result in all too familiar fresh cow complications like metritis, milk fever, ketosis, fatty liver, and displaced abomasum. All of these health complications have been demonstrated to be detrimental to cow performance and producers’ wallets. The research group that I am part of, led by Dr. Heather White, at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, is fascinated with the physiological changes that occur during the transition period. Particularly, we are interested in the differences between healthy, well-transitioned cows and cows that experience ketosis and fatty liver. These metabolic disorders are considered comorbid, which means that they occur together. This happens in response to the same underlying cause, negative energy balance. Transition cows experience negative energy balance after calving when they are unable to consume enough dietary energy to sustain milk production. With a cow’s energy requirement able to triple after calving, it is common for fresh cows to experience some level of negative energy balance. To adapt, cows will mobilize stored energy, primarily body fat, in order to support milk production. Extreme negative energy balance results in excessive mobilization, which can overwhelm the liver in lipids that need to be metabolized. This can result in the build up of ketone bodies in the blood (ketosis) and the accumulation of fat in the liver (fatty liver). These disorders are particularly difficult to manage because they are predominately subclinical. About 50 percent of dairy cows experience liver fat accumulation. However, a definitive diagnosis can only be achieved by liver fat content analysis of a liver biopsy sample. This makes fatty liver particularly

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difficult to evaluate on dairy farms. Ketosis can be monitored routinely with blood BHBA meters, urine and milk strips, and milk powder. However, constant monitoring is time consuming and requires extra animal handling. The work I am part of in Dr. White’s research group is centered on ascertaining the risk individual cows have for these disorders and conveniently identifying cows experiencing them. Our approach is multidisciplinary utilizing innovative methods in the fields of genomics, bioinformatics, advanced statistical modeling, and molecular biology. These new methods will give us insight into the integrated biology behind the progression of these disorders and help dairy producers reduce the labor intensiveness of monitoring fresh cows. Furthermore, it could open doors to implementing targeted, preventative management strategies with fresh cows. If you are interested in the White groups work and the goings on of our lab, visit our labs website: heatherwhite.dysci.wisc.edu. I would also like to invite you to submit any questions you have regarding ketosis, fatty liver, and managing transition cows to Wisconsin Holstein News for us to answer in a future article.

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Fustead Holsteins Welcomes Guests for the Wisconsin Holstein Picnic The Brian and Wendy Fust family of Wausau, Wis., welcomed nearly 350 guests for the annual Wisconsin Holstein State Picnic, held Saturday, August 27 at Fustead Holsteins. It was a brisk day, but there was plenty of Holstein enthusiasm through the barns and in the camaraderie of breeders in attendance. The day kicked off with the dairy judging contest and an opportunity for spectators to view some select females from the herd. The Fusts had outstanding daughters by Guthrie, McCutchen, Doorman, AltaOak, Montross, Mogul, Shot Al, Bookem, and more. Visitors could also view the free stall barn, parlor and holding areas. A tailgate style lunch was served before the program kicked off. WHA Board President Kevin Jorgensen and Breed Improvement Committee Chair Craig Carncross welcomed the crowd and introduced the Fust family. One of the highlights of the afternoon was the scholarship auction, which was held to benefit the Brad Fust and WHA Scholarship funds. More than $13,000 was raised to benefit the fund, which awarded over $16,000 in scholarships in 2016 to graduating high school and college students. The Fust family and Wisconsin Holstein sends a tremendous thank you to the generous donors and buyers that supported the auction with the items listed below: - 22 Units of Semen (Semex USA), purchased for $900 by Todd Stanek - 2 Packer Tickets (Kevin Jorgensen), purchased for $1,175 by Dr. John Prososki - 4 Badger Basketball Tickets (Seehafer Refrigeration), purchased for $700 by Tom Danhoff - Semi-load of oat hulls (American Wood Fibers), purchased for $1,500 by Wargo Acres - 2-ton of heating pellets (American Wood Fibers), purchased for $425 by Jason Danhoff

- New Holland Refrigerator (Swiderski Equipment), purchased for $475 by the Strack Family - Electric grease gun (Swiderski Equipment), purchased for $425 by Ryan Enkers - Lilac x Bayonet Calf (Fustead Holsteins), purchased for $4,100 by Dr. John Prososki - Genomic Holstein Calf from SSA ART program (Select Sires, Inc.), purchased for $2000 by Wargo Acres - Full size wood pellet grill (Marathon Feed & Grain), purchased for $700 by Kevin Jorgensen - Bonnie Mohr print (Ever-Green-View, the Kestell family), purchased for $600 by Gary Lemmer of Swiderski Equipment - Holstein glider bench (Paradox & Segga Embry Transfer), purchased for $500 by Linus Nolt - Decorative dragonfly (Jim & Tammy Fahey), purchased for $100 by Michael Marx The picnic would not be complete without announcing the judging contest results. Congratulations to the following people who placed in the top three in their respective division. Judging contest winners: Juniors, 14 & under Juniors, 15 & older 1. Cathryn Gunst 1. Fritzy Ullom 2. Christopher Gunst 2. Fenja Boekholl 3. Jeffery Lyn 3. Courtney Moser Ladies Men 1. Carla Gunst 1. Jim Rickert 2. Kathy Seefeldt 2. Joel Knoeck 3. Nicole Honadel 3. Brian Steidinger Thank you to all that attended and supported the 2016 WHA Picnic – we hope to see you next year!

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Calumet County CP Feeds Futurity

The second annual Calumet County CP Feeds Futurity was declared a huge success by both the exhibitors and spectators. Over 600 people gathered at the 2016 Calumet County Fair Harder-Goeldi building to observe the “Futurity” on Sunday, September 4, 2016. The Calumet County Holstein Breeders who produce the “Futurity” were thrilled with the results. Seventeen Holsteins and one Brown Swiss paraded in front of Judge Ryan Krohlow of Poynette, Wis. The winning entry of the highly competitive three year old cow “Futurity” was Dreamhaven Dempsey Rumchata exhibited by Krista Luedtke of Hortonville, Wis. In second place was Top Acres Garbro S Wish-ET exhibited by Jennifer Meyer of Jenlar Holsteins and Brown Swiss of Chilton, Wis. The Best Udder and Best Bred and Owned were awarded to Krista Luedtke. The Production Award went to Hilrose Dairy LLC of Sherwood. Best Dressed Male was a tie between Jeff Brantmeier of Sherwood and Mitch Krahn of Brillion. Best Dressed Female was awarded to Jennifer Meyer of Chilton. Over $5,000.00 was paid in prize monies to the exhibitors at the 2016 futurity. Please save the date and plan to attend the third Calumet County CP Feeds Futurity which will be held on Sunday, September 3, 2017.

Outagamie County Holstein Futurity

The 2016 Outagamie County Holstein Futurity sponsored by the Family Insurance Center was held on Saturday, July 30 at the Fairgrounds in Seymour, Wis. Eric Westphal of Eden served as judge for the event. There were 12 animals exhibited that evening with a total purse available of $8,000. Top honors sponsored by Pashouwer Pro Forage went to HarmonyMist Windbrook Reba exhibited by Bethany Marcks. Rounding out the top six included Milksource Durham Garmin-ET exhibited by Kara Vosters, Voight-Acres Braxton Dream exhibited by Voight Acres, Paltzer-RK Goldson Emily-ET exhibited by Paltzer Holsteins, Voight-Acres G-Sun Annabell exhibited by Paltzer Holsteins, and Voight-Acres Atwood Denise exhibited by Voight Acres. Thank you to all our great sponsors and supporters.

Left to right: WHA Princess Kati Kindschuh, Chelsea Thiel, Chad VanCamp, Eric DeBruin from the Family Insurance Center, Harmony-Mist Windbrook Reba with Bethany Marcks, Darren VanCamp, Judge Eric Westphal, and Brittany Muenster. Left to right: Allyson Roehrig, Calumet County Junior Fairest of the Fair; Jackie McGlin, Calumet County Fairest of the Fair; Kati Kindschuh, WHA Princess; Ryan Krohlow, Judge; Krista Luedtke holding Futurity winner Rumchata; Amanda Smith representing Platinum Naming Right Sponsor CP Feeds; Hannah Roehrig, Calumet County Farm Bureau Queen; Gloria Kesler, 50th Wisconsin Fairest of the Fair; and McKenna Coffeen, National Red and White Queen. Photo Credit: Peggy Coffeen

Welcome to These New Members Adult members: Joseph Hemmersbach, Norwalk John & Connor Klug, Merrill David Hardesty, Rudolph Aaron Lien, Iowa Gary Quass, Iowa Brent Wink, Glenwood City Hank & Carolyn Van Exel, Lomira Ernie Kueffner, Montana Todd Mason, Oklahoma Jacob Hoewisch, Fremont Daniel Wonders, Mineral Point Amy Koenig, New Franken Jeff Drendel, Hampshire, IL Ben Wallace, Verona Craig Lewandowski, Fall Creek Michael Ronnfeldt, Milladore Peter, Ann & Kurt Steffel, Oconto Falls Junior members: Abigail & Angela Vick, West Salem Braelyn Ott, Brillion Breya Pollack, Van Dyne Alicia Baker, Shullsburg Faith Ubersox, Shullsburg James Fossum, Waterville, IA Haley Rautmann, Sheboygan Falls Kathleen Yanke, Prairie du Sac Emily Weier, Dodgeville Nolan Van Schyndle, Cuba City Kenzie Danz, Barneveld Olivia Spaight, Waterford Briggs & Brielle Weigel, Platteville Whitney Hustad, Mt. Horeb Abigail & Lillian Nelson, Union Grove Leo & Brianna Gartman, Sheboygan 16–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/October 2016

Left to right: Outagamie County Fairest of the Fair Angela Penterman, WHA Princess Kati Kindschuh, 6th place - Voight Acres Atwood Denise with Mitch Voight, 5th place - Voight Acres G-Sun Annabell with Megan Eick, 4th place - Paltzer-RK Goldson Emily-ET with Angela Mauthe, 3rd place - Voight Acres Braxton Dream with Tim Voight, 2nd place - Milksource Durham Garmin-ET with Kara Vosters, 1st place - Harmony-Mist Windbrook Reba with Bethany Marcks and Judge Eric Westphal

Distinguished Breeder and Distinguished Young Breeder awards due November 12

The Wisconsin Holstein Association is looking for nominations for the Distinguished Breeder and Distinguished Young Breeder awards. These awards are given out each year at the WHA Annual Convention in February. Any WHA member can submit nominations to the WHA office staff or board of directors. Nominees will be mailed an award form to fill out and all submitted forms will be kept on file for three years for consideration for the award. Those nominees not receiving an award will be sent an updated form to re-submit for future years if they desire. For more information or an application, visit the WHA website at www.wisholsteins.com or call the office at 1-800-223-4269.


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Midwest Holsteins

Fall 2016

Illinois • Iowa • Michigan • Minnesota • Wisconsin


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Atwood x EX-91 Shottle x EX-93 Outside x EX-92 Convincer Conceited x EX-92 Emory x VG-89 Mascot x EX-93 Melvin Melvina • 8 daughters over +3.60 for type sired by Kingboy, Beemer, Solomon, Diamondback, Capital Gains & Hang-Time • 4 sons available over +3.60 for type, including Our-Favorite Union-ET a +3.61T Doorman son currently available at Select Sires

• 3 young Solomon sons that will be available in the future: Our-Favorite Undenied-ET, +4.18T at Select Sires Our-Favorite VC Mafia-ET, +3.94T at Semex Our-Favorite Ultra-ET, +3.82T at Blondin Sires

Unlimited continues to produce offspring that are at the top of the charts for Type. Her daughters really catch your eye in the heifer pens and her sons offer something for every breeder. Watch for her three Solomon sons coming soon!

Todd & Mary STanek E12600 Cty. Rd. JJ, Fall Creek, WI 54742 (715) 456-8718 Todd • (715) 577-5379 Cade e-mail: primecow2@aol.com


CREAM OF THE CROP

Dairy judging is strong at the University of Minnesota, so strong that its teams placed first overall in all three of the major contests in 2015: the All-American Dairy Show (Harrisburg, PA), the North American International Livestock Exposition (Louisville, KY), and World Dairy Expo (Madison, WI). They didn’t just win; they won decisively in all three, including an amazing 54-point margin of victory in Madison. This year was just the latest in a string of wins for U of M student teams, who have been consistent top finishers at all the major contests over the past decade. No other university team comes close to this streak. Congratulations! If you’re considering a career in dairy, CONSIDER THE U OF M. In addition to our highly successful judging teams, you can be part of the Gopher Dairy Club, where more than 100 student members gain experience and industry contacts through activities like an all-expense-paid 11-day trip to California in January for seniors. Both inside and outside the classroom, our dairy professors make teaching and working with students their top priority. Learn more today at ansci.umn.edu.

The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.

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Iowa Holstein Association www.iowaholsteins.org

OFFICERS Tom Simon, President ͻϱϲϯͲϳϰϰͲϯϭϯϰ ϭϬϲϰϰĞŵĞƚĞƌLJZĚ͕&ĂƌůĞLJ͕/ϱϮϬϰϲͻƐĂƐŝŵŽŶϭϮΛŚŽƚŵĂŝů͘ĐŽŵ Trent Henkes, Vice-President ͻϱϲϯͲϳϴϯͲϮϰϳϵ ϭϴϰϲϳϭϲϱƚŚ^ƚ͕>ƵĂŶĂ͕/ϱϮϭϱϲͻƚůŚĞŶŬĞƐΛŶĞŝƚĞů͘ŶĞƚ Paula Smith, Secretary/Editor ͻϲϰϭͲϱϮϮͲϱϰϵϯ ϯϰϮϮϭϰϬƚŚ^ƚ͕ƌŽŽŬůLJŶ͕/ϱϮϮϭϭͻůĂŶŐƐŵŝƚΛŶĞƟŶƐ͘ŶĞƚ Shellie Volker, TreasurerͻϯϭϵͲϮϲϵͲϬϯϭϴ ϮϬϮϱϮϭϯϬƚŚ^ƚ͕^ƵŵŶĞƌ͕/ϱϬϲϳϰͻƐŚĞůůŝĞǀΛLJŵĂŝů͘ĐŽŵ DISTRICT DIRECTORS WĂƵů^ƚĞŵƉŇĞͻϱϲϯͲϲϯϳͲϮϰϳϭͻϭϲϳϬϳϭϬϬƚŚ^ƚ͕DĂLJŶĂƌĚ͕/ϱϬϲϱϱ Doug LyonsͻϱϲϯͲϰϭϵͲϬϮϳϱͻϭϯϭDŝůŝƚĂƌLJZĚ͕ĂƐƚĂůŝĂ͕/ϱϮϭϯϯ >ĂŶĐĞ^ĐŚƵƩĞͻϱϲϯͲϱϯϵͲϰϵϱϵͻϭϯϮϱϰ,ŝĐŬŽƌLJǀĞͻDŽŶŽŶĂ͕/ϱϮϭϱϵ Dan Bolin ͻ ϯϭϵͲϮϳϴͲϰϮϴϴͻϯϬϳϬϳϭϴϬƚŚ^ƚ͕ůĂƌŬƐǀŝůůĞ͕/ϱϬϲϭϵ Dave ChapmanͻϳϭϮͲϰϴϬͲϰϰϭϬͻϯϴϴϭϯϱϬƚŚ^ƚ͕ZƵƚŚǀĞŶ͕/ϱϭϯϱϴ Carl MensenͻϱϲϯͲϴϱϯͲϮϰϬϮͻϮϭϵϱϴhŶŐƐZĚ͕'ƵƩĞŶďĞƌŐ͕/ϱϮϬϱϮ Bob RaheͻϱϲϯͲϵϮϭͲϯϳϰϱͻϭϱϯϳϴZƚĞϭϯϲ͕LJĞƌƐǀŝůůĞ͕/ϱϮϬϰϬ /ZdKZ^ͳdͳ>Z' Kevin FossumͻϱϲϯͲϱϯϱͲϳϳϴϯͻϭϮϲϳ:ĞŐůƵŵZĚ͕tĂƚĞƌǀŝůůĞ͕/ϱϮϭϳϬ :ŽĞ'ŝďďƐͻϱϲϯͲϴϳϲͲϯϮϴϬͻϵϰϴϮŝĞƌŵĂŶZĚ͕ƉǁŽƌƚŚ͕/ϱϮϬϰϱ :Ğī,ĂŵŵĞƌĂŶĚͻϱϲϯͲϳϰϰͲϯϲϭϭͻϮϯϵϮϬEĂŶŬƐƚŽŶZĚ͕ƉǁŽƌƚŚ͕/ϱϮϬϰϱ Mark KnudtsonͻϱϲϯͲϳϰϰͲϯϲϭϭͻϮϯϵϮϬEĂŶŬƐƚŽŶZĚ͕ƉǁŽƌƚŚ͕/ϱϮϬϰϱ Jess RediskeͻϱϲϯͲϳϯϱͲϱϱϰϯͻϯϭϳϭ^ĐĞŶŝĐZŝǀĞƌZĚ͕ĞĐŽƌĂŚ͕/ϱϮϭϬϭ <ĂƟĞ^ƚŽůůͻϯϭϵͲϰϴϬͲϰϳϬϬͻϮϭϰϳϯϮϬϬƚŚǀĞ͕DŽŶƟĐĞůůŽ͕/ϱϮϯϭϬ Walt WesselͻϱϲϯͲϵϮϬͲϴϭϲϮͻϮϴϱϰϳϰϬϬƚŚ^ƚ͕'ƌĞĞůĞLJ͕/ϱϮϬϰϬ Ed/KE>/ZdKZ Mark Kerndt ͻϱϲϯͲϱϲϴͲϬϬϮϲͻϭϯϭϴtDĂŝŶ^ƚ͕tĂƵŬŽŶ͕/ϱϮϭϳϮ 4 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016


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TO

ADVERTISERS

Bell-Air Farms .............................................. 30

Marathon County .................................... 20-23

Selz-Pralle ........................................................ 9

Bert-Mar Farms ............................................ 32

Minnesota Directory of Services .................. 50

Sheeknoll Farms ............................................ 33

Bluff-Ridge .................................................... 13

Minnesota Fall Harvest Raffle ...................... 14

Star Summit .................................................. 46

Brenhaven ................................................ 26-27

Minnesota R&W Holstein Association ........ 25

Starward ........................................................ 41

Budjon Boarding .......................................... 52

Oertel Farms.................................................. 31

Summit Farms .............................................. 38

Carter’s Corner ..............................................13

Our-Favorite Holsteins .................................... 2

Sun Quest Holsteins ........................................ 8

Farnear Holsteins .......................................... 45

Pioneer Dairy Club Classic .......................... 37

University of Minnesota.................................. 3

Fustead Holsteins .......................................... 24

Ragnar Holsteins .......................................... 51

UW-Madison .................................................. 7

GM Sandhill Dispersal .................................. 12

Raterink Dairy ................................................ 8

Violet Hill ...................................................... 16

Golden Oaks Farm........................................ 44

Red-E-J Holsteins ............................................ 6

Vitality Crew .................................................. 5

Grazing Acres ................................................ 31

Reed Dairy .................................................... 39

Wardin Brothers .......................................... 31

Green Meadows ............................................ 48

Rod Er Dic .................................................... 15

Wargo Acres .................................................. 47

Hendel Farms ................................................ 25

Schaufine Farm ............................................ 36

Illinois Golden Opportunity Sale .................. 17

Scottmore Holsteins ........................................ 6

Kellercrest Holsteins ...................................... 40

Second-Look Holsteins.................................. 49

cover photo by Joey Opsal, Blue Mounds, Wis.

Wisconsin Holstein Association 902 8th Ave., Baraboo, WI 53913 Phone (608) 356-2114 • Fax (608) 356-6312 1-800-223-4269 larryn@wisholsteins.com To Advertise: P.O. Box 49, Lancaster, WI 53813 Phone (608) 723-4933 • Fax (608) 723-4973 e-mail: lauraw@wisholsteins.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: Kevin Jorgensen, President - Waupun, 920-210-3992 Chad Ryan, Vice President - Fond du Lac, 920-960-1449 Kent Wendorf, Secretary - Viroqua, 608-689-2201 Craig Carncross, Executive Committee - Lodi, 608-592-2560 Pam Selz-Pralle, Executive Committee - Humbird, 715-334-3434 Bill Calvert - Cuba City, 608-759-2080 Steve Endres - Waunakee, 608-279-5952 Joseta Halbur - Eden, 715-821-9672 Heather Jauquet - Pulaski, 920-371-7511 Tracy Nelson - Ellsworth, 715-307-1804 Bryan Stremcha - Bangor, 608-790-1925 Erica Ullom - Bloomer, 715-933-0477 NATIONAL DIRECTOR: Paul Buhr - 608-606-3480 MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016 - 5


Stronger Together to Make America Great Again! Scottmore Atwood Gina EX-91 4-6 354 35,901M 1327F 1103P

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effortlessly makes big records Pepperpacked with high components.

Her recently fresh Sterling daughter mimics mama’s style, sweet udder, and will to milk. The Sterling has a Kingboy daughter at +2612G +80F +46P & +2.68 Type. A 6th generation EX that is the modern kind.

JOLIAM SHOT

EX-94 2E 95,94,99,92,93

4-04 365 37,610 5.5 2074 3.4 1292 In 4 lactations: 149,030 5.4 8044 3.5 5252 Holstein USA National Elite Performer Dam: Joliam Dundee Phoenix 2E-92 EEEEE 4-11 365 43,800 5.3 2319 3.0 1354

SELZ-PRALLE DAIRY Jessica & Nicole Pralle N4621 Hwy. 12, Humbird, WI 54746 • (715) 334-3434 • E-mail: selzpralle@centurytel.net MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016 - 9


Minnesota Holstein Association Field Day Jenn Landman, greeted individuals as they arrived and handed out the judging cards along with the option of taking with them the newest edition of the Minnesota Holstein News. Currently, the brothers are milking 130 cows and have 110 head of young stock. They milk in a free stall barn that was just built as of last year. Along with the Boumatic double 8 parallel walk-in parlor, a holding pen with a walkway, maternity pens, which is where the judging classes were held, and eight calf pens to the side of it, and a 132 stall, tunnel ventilated free stall barn, they also put up a new dry cow shed and hay shed. Overall, the Beraneks are thrilled with their new set-up.

S t . George, Minnesota – Perry, Gary, and Chris Beranek and the Beranek Brothers Dairy Farm warmly welcomed Minnesota Holstein Association members and Holstein enthusiasts to their farm on Saturday, July 23 for the annual Holstein Field Day. Judging classes, socialization, a farm transition speaker, and a great meal of grilled pork burgers provided by the Nicollet County Pork Producers made it a day where everyone in attendance was proud to be a part of. Registration kicked off at 11:00 a.m. followed by lunch and the judging classes. Minnesota Holstein Association Executive Secretary,

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As mentioned before, the meal provided was delicious! Everyone filled up on pork burgers, baked beans, chips, refreshments, and ice cream. The special guest of the day was Myron Oftdahl who spoke about farm and money management. The official judge of the judging contest was MN Holstein board member, Matt Timmer. Prizes were awarded to the top individuals for both the men, women, and youth division. In the youth division, first place was awarded to Alex Schroeder and second place was tied to Jasenko Gavranovic and Jacob Pehrson. For the women’s division, Ruth Klossner won the first place award and Bernice Vander Wal was awarded the second place award. As for the men’s division, first place was awarded to Patrick Rusch and second place to Andy Steinhagen. Thank you to all who participated in the judging contest! We’ d like to say thank you to the local businesses which sponsored the delicious meal. Additionally, thank you to everyone who attended and took part in the Minnesota Holstein Field Day and to the Beranek’s for hosting this years field day. The weather was beautiful even with the little bit of rain, the day was a success and we look forward to next year!

Speaker Myron Oftdahl

Boumatic double 8 parallel walk-in parlor


Midwest Fall National Holstein Results

2016 Midwest Fall National Junior Champion and 2016 Midwest Fall National Grand, Reserve Reserve Junior Champion Grand Champion & Honorable Mention The 2016 Midwest Fall National Show was held in to Sheeknoll Durham Arrow, first place Aged was awarded to the first place junior exhibitor Jrconjunction with the MN State Fair open show on Cow, exhibited by Sheeknoll Farms. Sheeknoll Three Year Old, Esperanza-CC Alexander Snip, Wednesday, August 31, 2016. The official judge for Durham Arrow also received Best Bred & Owned exhibited by Hope, Tanner & Peyton Morrison. the show was Nathan Thomas of Ohio. Judge Thomas of the show. Reserve senior champion went to placed 79 heifers and 76 cows for a total of 155 head. the first place 150,000 LB cow Shadow-W Astro Senior champion of the Midwest Fall National Junior Bianca, exhibited by David & Jeremy Hoese. Show was awarded to, C-Hill Jenessa, exhibited by Of the 79 heifers that were shown in the morning Reserve grand champion honors were given to Tristian & Whitney Lang. Reserve senior champion Judge Thomas selected the first place winter yearling, the Intermediate Champion Mahoney Sid Porsha honors were awarded to Mat-Ar-Dor Lheros Kory MS Macland Caramel Latte, exhibited by Scott exhibited by Keith & Kay Mahoney. Mahoney B202 exhibited by Jacob and Aiden Timmer. Courtney as the junior champion of the show. Reserve Sid Porsha also received best udder of the show. Grand Champion of the Midwest Fall National Junior junior champion honors were given to the second place winter yearling, Sunnylodge Greenlane Leona, A step out junior show was also held, the Midwest Show was awarded to the first place Jr-Two-Year Old, exhibited by Joseph, Zach, Jerome & Darian Stransky. Fall National junior show. For junior champion of the Jacobs Windbrook Delay, exhibited by Cory Schmidt. junior show judge Thomas selected the first Reserve grand champion was awarded to the first For intermediate champion nine exceptional animals place junior exhibitor winter calf, Peticlerc place junior exhibitor Jr-Three Year Old, Esperanzawere out in the ring. The intermediate champion of Doorman Santina, exhibited by Jacob Hornberg CC Alexander Snip, exhibited by Hope, Tanner & the show was Mahoney Sid Porsha the first place senior and for reserve the first place junior exhibitor Peyton Morrison. Esperanza-CC Alexander Snip was three-year old exhibited by Keith and Kay Mahoney. spring calf RBCC-Xtreme V Drmn Ecstasy also awarded best bred & owned of the junior show. Reserve intermediate champion was the second place exhibited by Rhett D & Shanelle A Borth Thank you to all exhibitors for participating in the senior three-year-old, Mt Ararat Goldwyn Ebrill exhibited by Reid Stransky & T & L Cattle LTD. Intermediate Champion was awarded to the first show, to all sponsors for sponsoring the awards place Jr-Two-Year Old, Jacobs Windbrook Delay, and to all volunteers for helping the show run Senior and grand champion honors were presented exhibited by Cory Schmidt. Reserve Intermediate smoothly. We hope to see you all again next year!

2016 Midwest Fall National Junior Show Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion

2016 Midwest Fall National Junior Show Junior Champion and Reserve Junior Champion MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016-11


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GM Sandhill Holsteins Cow & Select Heifer Disperal Monday, October 31 11:00 a.m. From Unity, Wis. - 4 miles west on County K to farm

~ Selling 110 head of Registered Holsteins ~ 60 cows & 50 heifers (15 bred heifers, 10 open & 25 calves - 10 mo. to newborn)

GM Sandhill Atwood Anne-ET

GM Sandhill Atwood Amazing

GM Sandhill Schz Sabrina

One of the many Elegance descendants, Anne sells carrying a Bradnick heifer calf along with daughters by Sanchez and Windbrook.

Amazing sells with her Fever dam, and family members by Brady and Mayfield also sell.

Sabrina sells milking 100 lbs./day. Her sisters by Aftershock and Fever sell.

Any-Day Realty Elliemae-Red

Des-Y-Gen Planet Silk-ET

Seagull-Bay Dundee Demi-ET

EX-90

VG-88

EX-90

EX-92

Ellie Mae sells safe in calf to Absolute along with her 3 beautiful Applejack daughters.

From Silk’s red carrier Day daughter, *RC and Red & White granddaughters by Bigstar and Pat-Red sell.

Daughters and granddaughters selling sired by Fever, Brady, Gold Chip, Windbrook and Alexander.

Others selling:

Herd Facts:

• VG 30,000 lb. Fever carrying an Atwood heifer calf along with a daughter by Brady • VG 30,000 lb. Aftershock - will be fresh at sale time • Fancy 2-year-old Braxton from an EX Atwood • Fresh Defender with Jedi heifer calf from the Durham Atlee family • Polled Jedi red carrier calf with +2361 GTPI

Current DHIA RHA: 22,490M 817F 696P herd SCC 108,000 (no BGH used) H 52 cows selling are 2 and 3-year-olds H several Red & Whites and 3 Brown Swiss will sell H Daughters of Atwood, Gold Chip, Sanchez Braxton, Fever & Mayfield H Service sires include Headliner, Bradnick, Flagship, Modesty & Jett H Excellent herd health; seasonal vacc. up to date, all cattle BVD test negative

Call sale manager for catalog or view online at www.christensensales.com

Owners: Gary & Michelle Popp W1657 County K, Unity, WI 54488 715-571-9177 gmsandhill@dishmail.net 12 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016

H Cows are all tested negative for Johnes, bulk tank tested negative for Leukosis, staph aureus, mycoplasma bovis and strap agalactiae

Sale managed by: Christensen Sales Corp., Abbotsford, WI 715-223-6345 or info@christensensales.com | www.christensensales.com Sale staff: Auctioneer - Tim Schindler, Curtiss, WI, 715-223-4014 Pedigrees - Kevin Jorgensen, 920-210-3992 Ringman - Lynn Harbaugh, 920-420-1524


Sweet Summertime - 2016 Show Results Bluff-Ridge Atwood Bridget EX-90 - 2nd 4-Yr-Old, Res. Sr. & HM Grand Champion IL State Fair 2nd 4-Yr-Old & HM Senior Champion IL State Show Bluff-Ridge Atwood Janet VG-86 - 3rd Sr. 3-Yr-Old IL State Fair & 4th Sr. 3-Yr-Old IL State Show Ms Queens-Manor Beau 1st Jr. 2-Yr-Old IL State Fair & IL State Show Owned by Dirk Thompson, Dusty & Nicole Schirm, Matt Linehan & Mike Halpin - Housed at Bluff-Ridge

Bluff-Ridge Bones Dolce EX-93 - 4th & Best Udder Aged Cow IL State Show Bluff-Ridge Atwood Darlin-ET - 5th Fall Yearling IL State Fair Bluff-Ridge Sid Strawberry - 3rd Winter Calf IL State Fair Bluff-Ridge BW Bunny - 5th Spring Calf IL State Fair & IL State Show

The Butler Family

35821 E 900 N Rd., Arrowsmith, IL David: 309-475-2131 Christie: 815-530-0331 Sarah: 309-824-8621

Illinois Championship Show Results Carters-Corner Fever Pen EX-92 HM Grand Champion Res. Grand Champion B&O Intermediate Champion 1st Sr. 3-yr-old Fever x EX-94 Supra

Carters-Corner WH Remi-TW

Junior Champion B&O & Res. Junior Champion (Open) Junior Champion (Junior) 1st Fall Calf (Open & Junior) Windhammer x EX-90 Atwood Now owned with Legendholm, Fairholm & Kyle Demmer

Additional Show Results

Carters-Corner Wbrook Reese 1st Fall Yrlg (Open & Junior) Res. Junior Champion (Junior)

Andy & Tyler Carter · 211 IL Route 127 · Greenville, IL 62246 Phone: 618.664.1825 (Andy) · 618.267.1825 (Tyler) Email: tcarter908@yahoo.com MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016 - 13


3rd Annual Fall Harvest Raffle Grand Prize: a pick of one of these 4 animals (must be present or have a representative present to pick that calf) Reg # 3126231661 DOB 1/31/16

HENDEL ENTAIL MACEY + 2547G

Macey is an extreme out-cross with no Supersire or Mogul in her pedigree and is 150 over Parent Average for GTPI. Her dam Marlo is 83 on her first score with a RIP of 2-7 2x 199d 15520 4.7 729 3.2 500 and has a Silver son at Accelerated. ~ consigned by Hendel Farms

Reg # 71804518 DOB 2/16/14

SD-ASHVIEW AIRLIFT RALLY

Rally freshened on June 1 2016 and is milking 100lbs at her last test with a record of 98 days in milk 8618lbs 3.2% Fat and 2.9% Protein. She is due April 10, 2017 to Dempsey. Rally’s VG-87 dam just finished her third lactation with 27,680lbs of milk with a 3.6% fat and 3.0% protein ~ consigned by Ashview Holsteins

Reg # 3135936092 DOB 3/01/16

FLOWER-BROOK GLDN DRMS FURY Fury is a march calf who goes back to Markwell Bstar E Raven-ET 3E-EX-95 Gold Medal Dam and Dam of Merit . Fury’s dam is an EX-91 cow producing 28,430lbs of milk in her third lactation. ~consigned by Flower-Brook Registered Holsteins

Reg # 3130628055 DOB 1/22/16

MS MINNIGAN-HILLS BIKINI-ET +2554G selling is a well balanced flush aged heifer from a well known cow family. Bikini is a supersire calf out of Four-Cal Beam-ET with a 6.4 calving ease. Dam will be fresh sale time. Maternal grandsire is Cookiecutter Petron Halogen and Maternal Grandam is De-Su Ecoyne 2043-ET VG-86. - Consigned by Minnigan Hills

Only 200 tickets sold! Proceeds also go towards Junior programs. Interested in purchasing a ticket? Contact Minnesota Holstein today! 320-259-0637 Other prizes include: • $1500 Cash Prize • $1000 Credit at MN Select Sires • $1000 Cash Prize • $750 towards an ad in the Minnesota Holstein News • Framed Canvas of “Farming” by Bonnie Mohr • $500 Cash Prize • 1 night stay and 2 banquet tickets to MN All Breed Convention • $300 Cash Prize • $250 Cash Prize.

MINNESOTA HOLSTEIN

Fall HARVEST SALE NOVEMBER 19, 2016


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Ms Ziems Gold Chip Havana VG-86

Greenlea Ad Ace-Red EX-92

2nd Junior 2-Year-Old, WI District 6 Show 2016 (10 days fresh) 6th Junior 2-Year-Old, WI Championship Show 2016

4th 4-Year-Old, WI State Red & White Show 2016 Reserve All-American Red & White Fall Yearling 2013

Dam: St-Jacob Sanchez Hava VG-86 2nd Dam: Dubeau Dundee Hezbollah EX-92

Sire: Advent-Red Dam: Yursden Kite Caramac-Red EX-92

All-American Senior 2-Year-Old, Reserve All-American 4-Year-Old

All-American Red & White Junior 2-Year-Old & 4-Year-Old Grand Champion, WDE Red & White Show 2006

Havana’s sister by Atwood, Harmony, was 3rd Fall Yearling at the WI District 6 Show and was fresh in September - look to see her this fall! Havana is housed at Smithcrest and will be in their string at Madison! ~ Owned with Ziems & ZBW

Ace’s daughter, Golden-Oaks All That As, was 1st Summer Yearling and Reserve Junior Champion at the Midwest Spring R&W Show 2016. Ace is housed at Smithcrest and will be in the Robthom/Ziemba string at Expo. Ace will be flushed after Expo! ~ Owned with Ziems, Steven Nelson & Dylan Reed

Prestige-Gen As Kicker VG-89 at 2Y

Ziems-LKH Damion Muddy 2E-92

Ziems-EF Dundee Ebony 2E-92

1st Junior 2-Year-Old, WI District 6 Show 2015 4th Junior 3-Year-Old, Midwest Spring National Show 2016

2nd Aged Cow, WI District 6 Show 2016

2nd 4-Year-Old & Reserve Grand Champion, WI District 6 Show 2013 Reserve All-NY Senior 2-Year-Old 2011

Sire: Alexander Dam: BVK Atwood Alex VG-89 2nd Dam: Ms Kingstead Chief Adeen EX-94 2E 3rd Dam: C Aitkenbrae Starbuck Ada EX-94 3E

Kicker has embryos by Diamondback, Solomon and Jacoby. She is housed at Sunshine Genetics. ~ Owned with Ziems & Jeff Cole

Dam: Ziems-LKH Outside Ms Mudd EX-94 3E 2nd Dam: East-Cupcake Muddy Water EX-95 4E

Muddy is housed at Sunshine Genetics and will be flushed throughout the winter and spring. We have embryos by Atwood, Doorman, Brady, Archrival and Reginald. We are working with daughters by Reginald, Doorman, Brady and Diamondback.

Dam: Budjon-JK Gibson Enchant EX-92 3E 2nd Dam: Krull Broker Elegance EX-96 3E

Ebony is housed at Sunshine Genetics and will be flushed this fall. We have embryos by Doorman, Brady & Atwood. Ebony has two awesome Atwood 2-year-olds for next year due in December; Atwood Elani was 5th Fall Yearling at the MW Spring National. ~ Owned with Ziems

We have moved! We now call Cambridge, Wis. home (1 mile from Sherona Hill). We will be raising our heifers and our milking cows housed at various locations. Hopefully our barn will be finished later this fall! Special thank you to everyone that has helped care for our milking herd - Hurtgenlea, Smithcrest, Ar-Line and Robthom. 16 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016

Tim, Leah & Claire Ziemba 1397 Hillside Rd., Cambridge, WI 53523 315-730-3312 tziemba@hotmail.com holsteinworld.com/violethillziemsholsteins


Illini Golden Opportunity Sale Saturday, October 22, 2016 · 11am · Clinton County Fairgrounds · Carlyle, IL Cattle Preview & Chicken Dinner on Friday Evening at 6:30pm 80 Live Lots · IVF Embryo Lots

KHW Regiment Apple-Red-ET EX-96-3E DOM Grand Champion Grand Int’l R&W Show 2011 Kingboy bred heifer from the Apples! Golden-Oaks Dresser x EX Goldwyn x Apple due in Feb! Janssen

Harvue Roy Frosty EX-97-2E GMD 2x Supreme Champion World Dairy Expo Fresh Atwood Jr. 2-yr-old sells! 3rd dam is Dundee Frosty EX-92. 4th dam is Frosty. Woker

Ludwigs-DG Goldwyn Ellie EX-95 Grand Champion Illinois Championship Show 2016 EX-91 full sister sells. Entered at Louisville! Ludwig Heztry bred hfr x Ellie’s EX-94 full sister! Netemeyer

Holbric Genuine Antoinette EX-94-2E Lifetime: 158,630 4.5 7196 3.3 5265 Her Fresh Aftershock Milking Yearling sells! Olbrich

Ziems Tundel Stella-RC EX-90 EX-MS Potential 9th generation EX Gold Chip Milking Yearling sells from EX-90 Tundel Stella! Tim Ziemba

Golden-Oaks Dur Champ-ET EX-94-2E Lifetime: 152,650 3.7 5607 3.3 4975 Her Aftershock Milking Yearling grand-dtr sells! Golden-Oaks

Schluter Sydney Lee-Red 2x Nom. All-American R&W 12/2015 Red Defiant & Red Awesome sisters to Sydney Lee sell! Joe Schluter

Lindale Sid Ellen-ET VG-89 Absolute sister to Ellen sells due 11/5 to Sid. Kleiner

C Glenridge Citation Roxy EX-97-4E GMD 2x Queen of the Breed June 2016 Golddust sells with 11 EX dams back to Roxy! Mil-R-Mor

Additional Consignments:

3/2016 Red Absolute entered at Louisville x EX-94 95-MS Advent. Randall Potential 10th gen VG-EX Dorcy bred heifer sells due in Nov to Union. Oertel Fancy Destry Jr. 3-yr-old sells! She’s entered at Louisville. B-J-Grove Just fresh 2-yr-old Windbrook back to Ashlyn EX-92-2E GMD DOM. Woker Eddie Bue, chairman 715-299-4651 Nate Janssen, co-chairman 847-224-7859 Scott Courtney, auctioneer 563-380-1318

Fancy 9/2014 Chelios x EX Dickey due sale time to Doorman. Lila Sloan Fresh Barbwire Jr. 2-yr-old sells. Heinz-Hope VG Doorman Sr. 2-yr-old fresh with 2nd calf. Sugarcreek Dairy IVF Absolute Embryos. Kleiner

Sale Catalogs:

Eddie Bue 715-299-4651 Email: legendholm@yahoo.com www.illinoisholsteins.com

Watch for the sale catalog online at: www.illinoisholsteins.com MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016 - 17


30th Annual WHA Futurity Seventeen bovine beauties graced the shavings at the Wisconsin State Fair Park on Saturday, August 13 to compete for first place in the 30th Annual Wisconsin Holstein Futurity. Judging this prestigious event was Brian Behnke of Brooklyn, Wis. In this non-traditional show, the animals are entered three years prior to the show and only the best of the entries compete for the coveted title. This year the Futurity title was captured by Ernest-Anthony Sid Amelia, owned by Crescentmead Holsteins and shown by Sarah Wendorf of Ixonia, Wis. The Wendorf family received $1500 from our generous sponsor, Badgerland Financial. Amelia was also named Best Udder of the show and the Top Fat and Protein production winner. Following closely in second was Ryan-Vu Regin Raz A Taz, owned by Chad and Mark Ryan, Majestic View, and Crailoo Dairy Farm, and shown by Amy Ryan of Fond du Lac, Wis. Raz A Taz won a $750 check from International Protein Sires. She was also named the first place Bred and Owned animal. In third place was Rob-Cri Dempsey Secret, exhibited by Gracelyn Jo Breitenstein of Plover, Wis. Agropur presented Gracelyn and Secret with a check for $500. Gracelyn was also presented with the first place Junior award, sponsored by Angela Davis-Brown of Ma-Brown Holsteins and Jerseys and $50 from the Wisconsin Junior Holstein Association. With the bovine beauties truly looking their best, the exhibitors are also dressed to impress for this show. These exhibitors put away their jeans and boots for a night of ball gowns and tuxedos to compete for the Best Dressed awards. All the exhibitors were looking their best and truly impressed the crowd. The Best Dressed Junior award and $100, sponsored by Frisle-Vu Holsteins, went to Nicole Wright from Watertown, Wis. Levi Kindshi of Loganville, Wis., received the Best Dressed Male award and $100 from Indianhead Holsteins. The Best Dressed Female of the night went to Courtney Ewert of Hustisford, Wis., along with $100 sponsored by Scenic-Edge Holsteins. The night was led by the master and mistress of ceremonies, Tim Natzke and Kristin Olson, who introduced distinguished guests and the bovine beauties. Distinguished guests for this year’s event included Wisconsin Holstein Association Princess Kati Kindschuh; Wisconsin Holstein Association Princess Attendant Paige Nelson; Alice in Dairyland Ann O’Leary; Wisconsin Fairest of the Fairs Gloria Kesler; National Red and White Queen Mckenna Coffeen; and Green County and Dane County Royalty. The Wisconsin Holstein Association Futurity is a very unique show with a unique mission. The Wisconsin Holstein Association uses the futurity to help promote the dairy industry to the general public, display the first class care dairy farmers provide for their animals and show the dedication that we have for our animals and the products they produce. The Wisconsin Holstein Association Futurity was started to inform consumers about the dairy industry and Registered Holsteins. The 30th Wisconsin Holstein Association futurity would not be possible without our generous sponsors. The Wisconsin Holstein Association would like to thank the major futurity sponsors, 18 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016

1st Place - front, left to right: WHA Princess Kati Kindschuh and Princess Attendant Paige Nelson; back: Fairest of the Fairs Gloria Kesler, Judge Brian Behnke, Alice in Dairyland Ann O’Leary, Niles and Carolyn Wendorf, Sarah Wendorf holding Ernest-Anthony Sid Amelia, Lane, Troy, Grady, Todd, Landon and Christa Wendorf, and Badgerland Financial representative Tami Behnke

2nd Place - seated: Alice in Dairyland Ann O’Leary; back: Fairest of the Fairs Gloria Kesler, WHA Princess Kati Kindschuh, JT Pfaff represenging International Protein Sires, Amy Ryan on the halter of Ryan-Vu Regin Raz A Taz, Chad Ryan, Judge Brian Behnke, Cameron and Dylan Ryan, and WHA Princess Attendant Paige Nelson

Badgerland Financial, International Protein Sires, Agropur, and Brian Greenman, Rural Mutual Insurance Agent, for helping to make this show a success. In addition to our very generous sponsors, we would also like to thank our committee members for all that they do when it comes to setting up and taking down the arena. We could not have such a successful event without your generous help.


2016 Futurity Final Placings 1st Place - Sponsored by Badgerland Financial - $1,500 Ernest-Anthony Sid Amelia Sire: Pine-Tree Sid-ET Owner: Crescentmead, Ixonia Exhibitor: Sarah Wendorf Best Udder of Show sponsored by East Central Select Sires Top Fat & Protein Production sponsored by Brian Greenman, Rural Mutual Insurance Agent 2nd Place - Sponsored by International Protein Sires - $750 Ryan-Vu Regin Raz A Taz Sire: Regancrest Reginald-ET Owner: C & M Ryan, Majestic View & Crailoo Dairy Farm, Fond du Lac Exhibitor: Amy Ryan Best Bred & Owned sponsored by Lirr Farms 3rd Place - Sponsored by Agropur - $500 Rob-Cri Dempsey Secret Sire: Lirr Drew Dempsey Owner & Exhibitor: Gracelyn Jo Breitenstein, Plover 1st Junior sponsored by Ma-Brown Holsteins & Jerseys and WI Junior Holstein Association 4th Place - Hilrose Hero RaeLynn Sire: Siemers Toys Hero 9701-ET Owner: Jeff Brantmeier, Hilbert Exhibitor: Ashley Brantmeier Sire: Regancrest-GVS Bradnick 5th Place - Milgene Bradnick Sledstorm Owner: Hildebrandt Family Farm LLC, Hustisford Exhibitor: Courtney Ewert Best Dressed Female sponsored by Scenic-Edge Holsteins

6th Place - Krull Redburst Holiday-ET Sire: Lookout P Redburst-Red-ET Owner: Carley Krull, Lake Mills Exhibitor: Mariah Strauss 7th Place - Mar-Linda-K Baby Rae-Red-TW Sire: Hylite Barbwire-Red-ET Owner & Exhibitor: Nicole Wright, Johnson Creek Best Junior Bred & Owned sponsored by Lirr Farms Best Dressed Junior sponsored by Frisle-Vu Holsteins 8th Place - Rob-Cri Goldsun Sasha-ET Owner: Robert & Christine Barden, Plover Exhibitor: Kimberly Jacowski 9th Place - Hilrose Dempsey Paty-ET Owner: Jeff Brantmeier, Hilbert Exhibitor: Andy Brantmeier 10th Place - Indianhead Thority Brittany Owner: Gabriel Schauf, Barron Exhibitor: Karyn Schauf

Sire: Toc-Farm Goldsun-ET

Sire: Lirr Drew Dempsey

Sire: Comestar Lauthority-ET

11th Place - Miss Summer Moonshine Sire: Gen-Mark Stmatic Sanchez Owner: Dawson & Kylie Nickels & Landon Wendorf, Ixonia Exhibitor: Christa Wendorf 12th Place - Ryan-Geiger GW Atwd Reaction Sire: Maple-Downs-I G W Atwood-ET Owner & Exhibitor: Whitney Ebert, Algoma 13th Place - Rob-Cri Goldsun Sugar-ET Owner: Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph Exhibitor: Bob Barden

3rd Place & 1st Junior Owned- seated, left to right: WHA Princess Attendant Paige Nelson, and Alice in Dairyland Ann Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Leary; back: Fairest of the Fairs Gloria Kesler, Dave Hitner representing Agropur, Gracelyn Jo Breitenstein, WHA Princess Kati Kindschuh & Judge Brian Behnke

Best Dressed Female: Courtney Ewert

Best Dressed Male: Levi Kindschi

Sire: Toc-Farm Goldsun-ET

14th Place - Synergy Bradnick Haven Sire: Regancrest-GV S Bradnick-ET Owner & Exhibitor: Levi Kindschi, Loganville Best Dressed Male sponsored by Indianhead Holsteins Top Milk Production sponsored by Brian Greenman, Rural Mutal Insurance agent 15th Place - Krull Braxton Haylee Owner & Exhibitor: Carley Krull, Lake Mills

Sire: Regancrest S Braxton-ET

16th Place - East-Branch Braxton Mayme Owner: Dennis Jarek, Bonduel Exhibitor: Kristine Jarek

Sire: Regancrest S Braxton-ET

17th Place - Indianhead Apricot-Red-ET Owner: Jacob Schauf, Barron Exhibitor: Bob Schauf

Sire: Braedale Goldwyn

Best Dressed Junior: Nicole Wright MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016 - 19


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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS

Upcoming Events • Awards Banquet - October 27 • Annual Meeting - January 12 • Spring Sale - watch for more info to come

GRANDEUR HOLSTEINS

Dream Team Holsteins

BLIVEN FAMILY

Our herd is expanding! Expecting baby #3 in February 2017.

R865 Mount View Lane Athens, WI 54411 Phone: 715-257-7255 e-mail: jbliven@semexusa.com

Gary’s Dairy Good-Time registered Holsteins

Don, Jenna, Malayna & Kendra Fahey 11360 Rainbow Dr., Merrill, WI 54452 715-537-0820 jennafahey23@gmail.com

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

Ded-Dit Holsteins

5117 CTH “N”, EDGAR, WI 54426 • 715-352-3656 Mike & Linda King Kevin & June King

Visitors welcome by appointment

The Complete Package - Production & Type

Ded-Dit Guthrie Bedazzle now VG-85 VG-MS at 3-02! ~ granddaughter of Bewitched

Castleholm Rae-Love-Red 5-11 305 35,438 4.3 1509 2.7 971 EX-93 2E at 6-10 14th gen. EX

DAL-SKI HOLSTEINS Briccows Talent Bewitched EX-90

Doug Dittmar 6006 - 3 Birch Street, Schofield, WI 54476 715-571-0843 20 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016

David & Paulette Lemanski

Devin, Alex & Danielle 715-352-3382 dpadski@gmail.com 3475 Cardinal Lane, Marathon, WI 54448 Visitors Welcome


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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS

REIBER ACRES LLC SCHCustom Calf & Heifer Raising

Galen & Marlene 2193 Wuerztburg Rd., Athens, WI 54411 715-223-4534 Cell: 715-316-1968 schreiberacres@gmail.com

Bart, Brittany, Bailey & Brett 2213 Wuerztburg Rd., Athens, WI 54411 Cell: 715-721-6116

Har-Dale-Acres Rob Clair-ET VG-85

Moo-dy Acres Mike, Barb, Madison & Abigail Borchardt W4370 Wien Drive, Edgar, WI 54426 715-352-2448

She has 5 daughters by Predestine, 4 have been genomic tested. Chance - +2332G Casey - +2239G Cane - +2196G Classy - +2385G

THANK YOU and good luck to Robert and Kena Strack who purchased our milking cows! We hope the girls do well for you. We will continue raising our young stock and have springing heifers available after November 1.

Fred, Lynne & Matt Harder

Russ & Rosie Bauman

Clair, Chance & Classy are all contracted to Accelerated Genetics.

8470 Hwy. H, Athens, WI 54411 Phone/Fax: 715-257-7480 â&#x20AC;˘ Matt cell: 715-571-3792

Edgar, WI â&#x20AC;˘ 715-573-0521

Dan and Michelle Mielke

A Grass-Based dairy farm with Strong Cow Families

She is the core of our herd! An Armitage granddaughter of Apple

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

Keith & Cassi Bauman Korbyn, Karsyn & Chase W615 Cty. Hwy. N, Edgar, WI 54426 715-615-3552

Ms Brandys Bella EX-90 EEVEV 3-06 2x 305 32,710 1278F 997P +2230 GTPI ~ 2 Jackman & 2 Defiant daughters milking ~ More daughters and granddaughters by Lottomax, Kingboy, Yoder, Pat-Red, Delta, Denver, Damaris & Main Event ~ Flush age Damaris granddaughter at +2575G with embryo contracts to France

Sam & Jenn Zimmermann Mason, Adelle, Neah & Garrison E2259 County Rd. Q, Ringle, WI 54471 Cell: 715-218-8619

Call Milkyhill Cattle Sales for rates.

Barron County Fall Sale - November 5, 2016 Currently selecting consignments.

Contact ED mielke 715-574-2931 MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016 - 21


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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS

September Classification Update

Like Mother, Like Daughter Her Daughters: • O-Style 4853, VG-88 at 5-00 • Jacey 5000, VG-85 at 3-01 • Golden PP 5032, VG-86 at 2-09

• 2 new Excellent cows, including

Nor-Way-Pete Brax Lois now EX-90 4-00 302 34,732 3.5 1236 2.6 930 - fresh again at 5-00 and milking 161 pounds/day • 14 new Very Good cows, including 5 as 2-year-olds Cows are averaging 101 pounds/day with a 1-year average SCC of 121,000. If anyone is looking for some good show project calves or cows, give us a call!

NOR-WAY-PETE FARMS, INC. 1751 Cherry Drive, Eland, WI 54427 RHA: 3x 31,105 4.0 1244 2.9 929 Chad & Andy Peterson, owners 715-302-0482 Visitors Always Welcome!

More to come!

Hartford Lotta-Hill 940 VG-87 DOM +2217G 2-01 2x 365 32,400 4.8 1534 3.2 1049

Dam: Sully Hart Toystory 726-ET GP-83 VG-MS 2-07 3x 312 25,290 3.9 990 3.1 777 2nd Dam: Sully Titanic Orla-ET EX-90 3-11 2x 365 25,240 4.0 1127 3.0 856

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

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

New classification scores... Milksource Goldwyn Aspen EX-92 Timlynn Braxton America-ET EX-92 Tomkins Shottle Cavanya-ET EX-91 2E

Sky-Reach Fabulous Fay VG-89 Quality Fabulous x VG-88 Formation x VG-87 Chesapeake x VG-86 Tesk x VG-88 Inspiration x EX-94 “Ivory Mark” x EX-92 Elevation Fay is from the same maternal line as Robthom Integrity, EX-95, and Bosside Ruben “Boss”, EX-Extra. We are looking forward to the show season & pulling season! F4680 Walnut Rd., Edgar, WI 54426 Ph.: 715-581-6460 E-mail: tomkinsfarm@yahoo.com 22 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016

HOLSTEINS Hank, Shannon, Gabe & Jonah Boschma Athens, WI 715-205-7303


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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS

5 #1 embryos available from Bosside Apple Alexa-Red-ET now VG-85 86-MS 1st lactation 2-03 2x 344 25,602 4.9 1246 3.5 905

Sire: Hol-Star Lk Realtime-Red Dam: Ms Apples Alanna *RC VG-88 1st lact. by Goldwyn 2nd Dam: KHW Regiment Apple-Red EX-96 3E DOM H Alexa was flushed with “mixed semen” 1st breeding to Aprday-F 779 Captain-Red-ET, 2nd breeding to T-Spruce Bretagne-Red-ET (Ag-Link) - Bretagne-Red is +779M with high components and +2.39T, see Ag-Link for more info - Bretagne is a Berekem *RC son of Bosside Demetra-Red, VG-85, who sold in the 2013 World Classic to T-Spruce, MN - Demetra-Red is from Ms D Apple Danika-Red, EX-91, who also sold to T-Spruce. Danika is a Destry sister to Diamondback!

John & Tineke Boschma H4370 Townline Rd., Colby, WI 54421 PH: 715-223-0534 Fax: 715-223-1114 E-Mail: bossideholsteins@hotmail.com RHA: 31 cows 24,723M 965F 817P BAA: 107.8%

September Classification Highlights: Samway Palermo Osbourne

Fustead Mogul Lilac-ET VG-87 DOM 2-02 2x 365 30,365 4.9 1483 3.3 1004 +2467 GTPI +84F +42P +1112M

Now available at Select Sires...

Fustead Tango Lylas

by Tango at Select Sires +2654 GTPI +1917M +96F +54P +$793NM +2.24T +1.94UDC +1.91FLC

FUSTEAD HOLSTEINS Tyler, Shannon, Sarah & Tanner Brian & Wendy Fust Adam & Jennifer, Aiden, Wausau, WI Bailey & Connor 715-842-5868/Ph; 715-848-0465/Fax

Headed to the World Classic! L-L-M-Dairy Jedi Dysis born 6/18/16 GTPI +2772 +2084M +73F +68P +7.0PL +1.0DPR +2.57T +2.00UDC +2.06FLC

VG-86 at 2-11

Samway Baltimor Grace VG-85 at 2-03

Samway Willies Pal Whiskie GP-82 at 2-00 and only 5 days fresh!

Wayne, Samantha & Justin Giese

F1761 Huckleberry Rd., Edgar, WI 54426 715-352-2972 home | 715-965-7147 cell samwaydairy@yahoo.com

Her dam: L-L-M-Dairy Butler Dusty VG-85 VG-MS GTPI +2483 2-00 25d 1333 4.1 55 2.8 37 inc. Next dams: VG-87 VG-MS Cameron with 29,940 1292F 911P, then VG-87 GMD DOM Baxter with 39,590 1685F 1270 and VG-86 EX-MS GMD DOM Shottle Leon & Lyle Matthiae E916 Hwy. Q Ringle, WI 54471 715-297-8485 Leon 715-297-8483 Lyle www.llmdairy.com Visitors always welcome MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016 - 23


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Supporter Proud A big thank you to all of these supporters! Scholarship Fundraiser Kevin Jorgensen Marathon Feed & Grain Seehafer Refrigeration Select Sires American Wood Fibers Paradoc’s Embryo Transfer Swiderski Equipment Segga Embryo Transfer Jim & Tammy Fahey Semex Ever-Green-View Farms LLC Todd Stanek Dr. John Prososki Tom Danhoff

Wargo Acres Jason Danhoff Strack Family

State Picnic Meal Swiderski Equipment Thrivent Leon Waller, Rural Insurance Wittenberg Embryo Service Banner Banks Insight FS Northside Elevator Mullins Cheese Northwoods Veterinary Service Country Fresh Meats Wisconsin Holstein Association Buyers

Ryan Enkers Kevin Jorgensen Linus Nolt

Michael Marx Gary Lemmer/ Swiderski Equipment

Our family thanks everyone who supported us with their help, their bids and all who were able to attend!

FUSTEAD HOLSTEINS Brian & Wendy Fust Tyler, Shannon, Sarah & Tanner • Adam & Jennifer, Aiden, Bailey & Connor • Nicki, Brad, Reagan & Isaac R12653 Cty. Rd. N, Wausau, WI 715-842-5868/Ph; 715-848-0465/Fax 24 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016


MN Fall Harvest Raffle Opportunity

Macey Hendel Entail Macey 4437 +2547G •Reg # 3126231661 DOB: 1/31/16 •1309m 54f 48p 6.7pl .2 dpr 2.49t 2.22udc 1.94flc. Macey an extreme out cross with no Supersire or Mogul in her pedigree and is 150 over parent average for GTPI! Dam: Hendel Jman Marlo GP-83 2yr Old +2325G •RIP of 2-7 2x 199d 15520 4.7 729 3.2 500 •Silver son at Accelerated

Grandam: Hendel PLT Marilyn +2098G VG-88 GMD DOM LIFE 1549 156200 4.0 6187 3.1 4839 Macy is one of 4 choices for the grand prize at the Minnesota Fall Harvest Raffle on Novemeber 19. Contact us for tickets!

Wednesday, June 7th - Welcome Meal at Hartford Farm Thursday, June 8th - Tour & Judging Contest at Stranshome - Annual Meeting & Banquet Friday, June 9th - Tour Mahoney Holsteins & Johnan Holsteins - National Convention Sale Hosted by the Minnesota Red & White Club - Follow us on Facebook!

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:


2016 National Holstein Convention

Illinois Junior Holstein Scrapbook 1st Digital Scrapbook 2nd Paper Scrapbook

Emily Irwin 2nd Senior Dairy Jeopardy

With Coaches John Mitchell, Becky & Glen Meier

Connor Erbsen was in the final round for Intermediate Dairy Jeopardy

Follow the Illinois Junior Holstein Association on Facebook! Photos compliments of Melissa Irwin

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Congratulations Illinois Juniors!

Illinois Juniors touring King Brothers Dairy

Brock Irwin

“The Real Truth About the Dairy Industry”

1st Intermediate Speech

Congratulations to the Illinois Juniors on their successes in the show ring this Summer and Good Luck at the Fall Shows! Save the Dates! July 19, 2017 - Illinois Holstein Dutchess Contest July 20, 2017 - Illinois Championship Junior Holstein Show MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016 - 29


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Quality Goldwyn Macy-ET

Welcome McCutch Crystal-ET

VG-86 (VG-87 Can) 2-03 proj. 305 20,285M 655F 666P

VG-87 2nd calf DOM +2440 GTPI 3-01 266 28,553M 1105F 891P

Macy is a Goldwyn sister to Pine-Tree Sid. Her dam, Pine-Tree Finley Minnie-ET is EX-91 Can and is from Wesswood-HC Rudy Missy EX-92 3E GMD DOM. We have 3 ultrasounded heifers by Doorman arriving in January.

Crystal is projected over 31,675M and is confirmed pregnant with her 3rd calf by Guthrie. Crystal is backed by 18 generations of VG and EX dams. She’s a Top 10,000 cow, USDA Elite Cow and Locator List Cow. Her son, IHG Caine-ET +2657G, is a new release at Jetstream Genetics. We have ultrasounded heifers by Sid, Byway and Megawatt due in December.

Bell-Air Shottle Glam-ET VG-87

Comestar Lautamarina Millio-ET EX-90

3-03 353 29,781M 1310F 857P

4-05 367 32,129M 1210F 912P

Glam has ultrasounded heifers coming by Brash and Beemer. She is from Bell-Air Lou Glimmer, VG-88, then Bell-Air Champion Giselle, EX-90 3E, and Kinnear Outside Ginny, VG-87.

By Million, she’s backed by five VG dams back to Comestar Laurie Sheik, VG-88 23*. She has ultrasounded heifers by Chrome, Beemer and Brash and embryos by High Octane.

These four young cows come from tremendous, deep pedigreed cow families. We are excited to watch them and their offspring develop.

Dan Ziegler 8683 County Rd. A, Belleville, WI 53508 608-669-1145 • danziegler_dairy@yahoo.com 30 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016


Potential 10th Generation VG-EX Sells!

Prenellaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Dam

Illini Golden Opportunity Sale October 22 - Carlyle, Illinois BRITE-SIDE DORCY PRENELLA Born: 11/21/14 Due 11/4/16 to Union (Doorman x Atwood) Sire: Coyne-Farms Dorcy-ET VG-87 Dam: Brite-Side Gabor Princess EX-92-2E 4-03 365d 31,710 3.9 1230 2.9 917 2nd Dam: Brite-Side Goldwyn Pandora EX-90 3-11 365d 27,210 3.9 1051 3.2 878 3rd Dam: VG-88 4th Dam: EX-94 DOM 5th Dam: EX-93 6th Dam: VG-86 7th Dam: VG-86 8th Dam: VG-89 9th Dam: VG-85

Visit Brite-Side Holsteins on Facebook to learn more about the cow families we are working with! MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016 - 31


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From Asia to Atlanta to Bert-Mar... these “A” sisters are sights to behold!

Luck-E Advent Atlanta EX-94

Luck-E Advent Asia EX-94

7-04 365 47,682 1568F 1286P

6-02 2x 305 35,180 5.0 1747 3.1 1083

~ Dam of Luck-E Ladd Atlanta-P RC and her daughters around the world are turning heads! ~ Calves on the ground by Apoll-P, Diamondback & Byway ~ Pregnancies by Avalanche, Incredibull-Red, Goldwyn, Ammo-P and Doorman

Reader’s Choice for Holstein International’s Red & White Impact Cow of 2016! ~ Dam of Adonis-Red & Awesome-Red ~ Pregnancies by Goldwyn, McGucci, Absolute, Ammo-P and Doorman

Advent x Luck-E Blitz Australia VG-87 2Y x Luck-E Skychief Arizona EX-90 x Hart-Lyn Starbuck Ashley EX-94

Atlanta and Asia are starting a legacy here at Bert-Mar with their daughters being the stars of our heifer pens. They are already having a world-wide impact with the most recent show winner, Atlanta’s Redburst daughter being Nominated All-German 2-year-old R&W. Watch for more from this exciting pair of cows! Inquiries are always welcome.

Allan & Sue Lundberg

W12976 Huskelhus Rd., Osseo, WI 54758 asl@triwest.net Allan - 715-450-1989 | Erica - 608-317-6052 32 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016

Thank you to Farmgirl Photography for these priceless photos of our special girls.


What an exciting show career for Thomas so far. Six years ago, she was Dylan’s novice calf...with Andrew as her first judge! This year, she’s Grand Champion of the Midwest Fall National Show!

d n a r G A truly

! s a m o Th r o f r e m m Su 2016 Midwest Fall National

Photos©Cybil Fisher

• Senior & Grand Champion • Top Bred & Owned of Show • 1st Place Aged Cow

2016 MN State Holstein Show • Senior & Grand Champion • Top Bred & Owned of Show • 1st Place & All-MN Aged Cow • Best Udder of Show

Thomas’ 2-year-old Fever daughter is owned by the Hornbergs, Winona. She has a April 2016 Chelios heifer, plus June Doormans and September Sids.

Sheeknoll DURHAM

Arrow EX-94

Judges are always impressed to learn that Thomas has had five natural calves–one every April. Congratulations to the Mahoneys for being Reserve Grand Champion at both shows this year. It’s exciting to see two homebred cows do well!

Although her given name is Arrow, we call her ‘Thomas’. Thomas’ best record: 4-0 2x 306 29,090 3.8% 1,112F 3.0 871P The Sheehans • Rochester, MN • 507-289-4251 jrsheehan@hotmail.com • Connect with us on Facebook!

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Come Explore the Shores & More! in the sand, splashing in the water and enjoying great fellowship in one of Michigan’s greatest treasures – Traverse City. Known as the Cherry Capital of the World, Traverse City is nestled on Lake Michigan and is brimming with agricultural diversity. Cherry and apple orchards dot the backdrop for winding vineyards that twist and turn through the northwest hill country bordering Lake Michigan. But the real treasures are the black and white cattle that call northwest Michigan home. Michigan is looking forward to hosting Plan your “Con-Vation” for June 29-July We have lined up several tours that the National Holstein Convention in 3, 2018 and spend a few days playing include wine tasting, shopping and of 2018! course the beautiful Mackinac Island! The entire family will enjoy climbing the sand From the Holstein President’s Pen dunes, kayaking and sailing the Great As I look back on the summer in Mich- you have to offer. So, Explore the shore, Lakes! igan, I realize that we live in a great dairy Michigan Holsteins and more! And of course, the best of Michigan Holstate. steins will be on display for our passionate The weather was typical, not enough See you around, Holstein enthusiasts. rain in one place and plenty in another. I Ike We look forward to welcoming you in read recently that we had 46% more days Ike Hunt, to Michigan to Explore the Shore and over 90 degrees this summer than normal. Michigan Holstein Association President More! I’m not sure how many is normal, but it sure seemed hot this summer. Outstanding Exhibitor The cows at our dairy seemed to keep on milking despite the weather. Too bad the milk price can’t get into the profitable Lucas Moser range; someday it will, so say the experts. The weather during the week of the was selected as summer show was its typical hot and the Outstanding muggy. Cow numbers were down, because Michigan Junior of the weather or low milk prices, I guess. Congratulations to Reeds Dairy on their Holstein Exhibitor homebred grand champion cow! at the All The national convention committees Michigan have been busy. I’ve seen lots of e-mails on what has been going on and the pace will Holstein Show be picking up they say. with Paul Trapp It looks like we are going to have an as the judge. outstanding convention in Michigan in 2018. Volunteers are always welcome, just let Suzanne know how much time 34 - MIDWEST HOLSTEINS, Fall 2016


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34th Annual Pioneer Classic Pioneer Dairy Club of UW-Platteville

Saturday, October 29th at 11:00 a.m. Grant County Fairgrounds, Lancaster, WI Open House, Friday, October 28th from 5-9 p.m

ME-DO-MEADOWS ICE CREAM-ET

WI FISCHERDALE AFTERSHOCK EFFORT

MS ANGELINAS SUPER AVA-ET EX-93 *RC

LUCK-E BRAXTON MAEVE EX-91

1-11 365 23,635 3.6 848 3.2 757 SHE SELLS FRESH, needs to see a classifer! A Fever x EX-95 Roy x EX-95 Encore! An exciting young cow straight out of MDMaple-Del Roy Image, 2006 Res. Interm. Champion at WDE. Wayne DeBuhr

Nom. Junior All-American Fall Calf 2015 Res. Junior All-Wisconsin Fall Calf Her full sister sells and looks to take after her sister. Remember - always go after the younger sister! Tom Sarbacker

2-01 2x 365 27,400 4.4 1199 3.3 897 Selling is a December 2015 calf. Dam is a +2439G Numero Uno then Super Ava. 3rd dam EX-90 Stormatic, then the worldreknown EX-96 3E DOM Apple-Red! Dalton Hahn

Maeve was VG-89 with a 90 pt. mammary as a 2-year-old. Her fancy, high potential summer yearling daughter sells, and is cut for the showring! Ballweg Hickory Hills Dairy

MSSPRECH ARMANI ALLURE-RED

MS DELICIOUS APPLE-RED-ET EX-94

HENKESEEN RIPPLE-RED-ET EX-92

VON-HILLVIEW STORMAT SANDY EX-94

She sells! A potential 9th generation Excellent who is serviced to Mr Eskdale Archangel-Red, +2.91 Type! Melissa Sprecher

Res. AA R&W Aged Cow 2014 Nom. AA R&W Junior 2-Year-Old 2010 Selling is her great-granddaughter by Defiant who has the incredible Apple style! Dalton Hahn

6x Nom. Junior All-American R&W 2x All-American R&W Selling a fresh Destiny granddaughter who is serviced to Avalanche *RC and is a potential 7th generation EX. Henkeseen Holsteins

Nom. AA Senior 3-Year-Old 2006 Nom. All-Canadian 4-Year-Old 2007 A stylish Atwood senior yearling bred to McCutchen who looks great underneath. She is out of an EX-91 red Talent sister to Steve Zastrow Sandy.

Other Outstanding Consignments:

WILLOWS-EDGE BOLTON FLICKER EX-94

5-01 318 39,638 4.9 1962 2.9 1145 Grand Champion, WI District 1 2014 Flicker’s Golden Dreams granddaughter sells. Flicker has sons at Accelerated, IPS and Global Genetics Resources. James Mayer

HENKESEEN L RICOTTA-RED-ET EX-93 Her fresh Archive granddaughter sells who is POLLED AND RED! Henkeseen Holsteins

For Catalogs or Information, contact:

Miranda Randall 608-632-1946 • Taylor Riedel 608-438-7183 Mitchell Schleicher 608-577-6566 • Jenna Achterhof 715-977-2557 Advisor: Tera Montgomery 608-331-0641 Like our Facebook Page: Pioneer Dairy Classic AUCTIONEER: Neal Laneville PEDIGREES: Brian Coyne

• MS SHOWSTYLE PRECOCIOUS-RED, a beautiful, full-aged, June red Axford calf who has the cut to show with the big ones next year! *SHOW-N-STYLE CATTLE CO • MSCRSDHME AMARETORAE-RED-ET, a Red and White Milking Yearling sells fresh - a potential 11th generation Excellent Roxy! *HAHNCREST HOLSTEINS • HAHNCREST AIRLIFT RHAPSODY, a fancy Airlift spring calf who is a potential 14th generation VG or EX. *DANIEL HAHN • HENKESEEN FORK DOVE, high milking Fork 2-year-old sells fresh in June. Let her put some milk in your tank! *HENKESEEN HOLSTEINS • SHOWSTYLE BEDROCK RANDI-ET, a stylish March Armani with a stacked pedigree going back to Citation Roxy EX-97. *SHOW-N-STYLE CATTLE C0.

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Ms SSI Balisto 972-ET +2531G +980M +.12%F +71F +.05%P +45P PTA +2.40T Sire: De-Su 11236 Balisto-ET +2430G Dam: Ms Welcome Uno Tarina-ET +2472G - maternal sister to Mr Welcome Hill Tango • Balisto has offspring over +2800G

Genesee Jacey Mabel-ET +2522G +1415M -.03%F +45F +.04%P +54P PTA +2.30T Sire: Coyne-Farm Jacey CRI-ET +2487G Dam: Geness-Hill Snw Miggins-ET +2165G - Snowman x Planet • Offspring over +2700G

Webb-Vue Tango 7377 +2514G +1608M -.07%F +41F +.00%P +42P PTA +1.59T Sire: Mr Welcome Hill Tango-ET +2530G Dam: Webb-Vue Plan Veronica-ET +2262G 2nd Dam: Gabor Mycala VG-87 GMD DOM

These three help make our 2-year-old pen an exciting group. We also have a Kingboy to watch for (thanks Joe Loehr), daughters by Halogen, Montross (boy do they milk!), Defender, Miles, Midnight (Epic son), and a promising Damarius. Genetics available from many of these. Let us know if we can help your program!

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N5328 W. County A, Plymouth, WI 53073 Phone: 920-526-3504 | Bob’s cell: 920-377-1079 E-mail: rwebb@excel.net www.summitfarmsdairy.com


SJ REED LADD SYLVIA-RED ALL MICHIGAN DAIRY EXPO SUPREME CHAMPION

All Michigan Dairy Expo Grand Champion Holstein, Grand Champion Red & White, Best Udder in Show as a Junior 3-year-old Recently scored VG-88 with VG-88 MAM Thank you to Tim Baker and Britney Zondlak of Star Summit Farms for housing our girl!

989.277.2078 sjreed57@msn.com L to R: Elaine Reed, Steve Reed, Karreen (Reed) Bird, Malissa Reed, Elizabeth Reed, Breeah Reed

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Congrats Kim on a great show at the Wisconsin State Fair!

Kellercrest Mont Lisbeth-ET +2450 GTPI +561NM +3.06T +3.19UDC +2.18FLC

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1st Winter Yearling, group 2 - WI Junior State Fair 2016 • Due 12/1/16 with Modesty heifer calf • Full brother, Kellercrest Leary-ET, at ABS • Kingboy brother, Kellercrest Kingbo Lundy-ET, at Accelerated Genetics

Dam: Rickland Numero Uno 4519-ET +2431G 2nd Dam:

Welcome Russell Lisbeth-ET EX-90 DOM +2254G Next 4 dams all EX-91, along with 7 generations DOM and/or GMD from the Welcome Baxter Laila-ET family

Heritage-E Daybreak-ET 2nd Winter Calf, group 3 - WI Junior State Fair 2016

Dam:

Heritage-E Debbies Diva-ET EX-91 3rd Fall Calf, Midwest Spring National Show 2011 7th Milking Yearling, WDE 2012

2nd Dam: KY-Blue GW Debbie-ET EX-91 2E All-American Summer Yearling 2009 2nd Summer Yearling, WDE 2009 Res. All-Canadian Summer Yearling 2009 1st & Junior Champion, Midwest Spring National Show 2009

3rd Dam: BVK Outside Diana-ET EX-92 2E DOM 4th Dam: Ms Kingstead Chief Adeen-ET EX-94 2E DOM 2x Nominated All-American

5th Dam: C Aitkenbrae Starbuck Ada EX-94 2E DOM All-American 3-Year-Old 1990 Res. All-Time All-American Senior 3-Year-Old

Kellercrest Registered Holsteins, Inc.

Tim & Sandy Keller, Andrew & Kimberly • Mark & Kareen Keller 1141 JG South, Mount Horeb, WI 53572 Ph: 608-437-4755 • Fax: 608-437-4759 • e-mail: kellercrestinc@mhtc.net RHA: 333 cows 3x 31,658 4.04 1281 3.11 984 Progressive Breeder & Progressive Genetics Herd Awards

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Watch for both Lisbeth and Daybreak on the colored shavings at World Dairy Expo!


2016 Iowa Holstein Show

Total Head Shown: 216 ~ August 11 ~ Des Moines, Iowa ~ Judge: Hank Van Exel, Lodi, CA

Judge Hank Van Exel, Alternate Iowa Holstein Princess Sally Hamlett, Jason Danhof with the Reserve Grand Champion Female Red-E-J Atwood Ohio, Jason Steinlage and Family with the Grand Champion Female Farnear-TBR PopsicleET and Iowa Holstein Princess Jessica Stempfle

Judge Hank Van Exel, Alternate Iowa Holstein Princess Sally Hamlett, Gavin and Lauren Kishman, Grant Fremstad with the Reserve Senior Champion KishHolm Colette, Jason Steinlage with the Senior Champion Female Farnear-TBR Popsicle-ET and Iowa Holstein Princess Jessica Stempfle Junior Heifer Calf (20) 1 - Cloverhill Defiant Ivanka, Clover-Hill Farms 2 - Still-Volk Solomon Flo, Nathan Arthur 3 - Banowetz Aftermath-ET, Shawn & Levi Banowetz 4 - Henkeseen A Lovestruck-Red-ET, Henkeseen Holsteins 5 - Cost Defiant Matilda-ET, Cost Farm 6 - Biercrest Sid Lana, Biercrest Farms 7 - Le-O-La Gold Reba-ET, Le-O-La Holsteins 8 - Quality-Ridge Golden Milan, Quality Ridge Holsteins 9 - Lyons-DL Easy Choice Vivian, Lyons Holsteins 10 - Gibbs Brokaw Black Secret, Gibbs Holsteins Intermediate Heifer Calf (27) 1 - Le-O-La Brady Miranda, Le-O-La Holsteins 2 - Garay Archival Anita, Farnear Holsteins 3 - Cloverhill Slmn Ambrose-ET, CloverHill Farms 4 - Prestige Gen Sid Tribute-ET, Arthuracres 5 - Banowetz Doorman Foxy-ET, Shawn 42 - Midwest Holsteins, Fall 2016

& Levi Banowetz 6 - Lyons-DL Grape Wine-Red, Lyons Holsteins 7 - Banowetz Doorman Fergie-ET, Shawn & Levi Banowetz 8 - Volker-Hovden Dunde Savvy-ET, Steinridge Jerseys 9 - Volker-Hovden Dunde Saydi-ET, John Butz 10 - Biercrest Blake Dezi, Biercrest Farms Senior Heifer Calf (25) 1 - Henkeseen Kingboy Wisdom, Henkeseen Holsteins 2 - Ms Apple Antibella-ET, KCCK Holsteins 3 - J-Volker Atwood 1122, Lyonsview Dairy 4 - Banowetz Armani Aspen, Shawn & Levi Banowetz 5 - Farnear-TBR Babes Bar-ET, Farnear Holsteins 6 - Stempfle Wind Grand Slam-ET, Stempfle Holsteins 7 - ArthurCreek Gold Chip Casual, Nathan Arthur 8 - Regancrest-MVM Brazele-ET, Regancrest

Grand Champion, Senior Champion Female & Best Udder of the Show: Farnear-TBR Popsicle-ET, Steinridge Jerseys & Eric Lang Reserve Grand Champion & Intermediate Champion Female: Red-E-J Atwood Ohio, Regancrest Reserve Senior Champion Female, Honorable Mention Grand Champion & Top Bred & Owned: KishHolm Colette, KishHolm Holsteins Reserve Intermediate Champion Female: Regancrest-GV Gold Breya-ET, Regancrest Junior Champion Female: Le-O-La Brady Miranda, Le-O-La Holsteins Reserve Junior Champion Female: Garay Archival Anita, Farnear Holsteins Premier Breeder: Farnear Holsteins Premier Exhibitor: Regancrest Holsteins Premier Breeder & Premier Exhibitor of the Heifer Show: Clover-Hill Farms 9 - Gibbs Animal Frisco-ET, Gibbs Holsteins 10 - My-John Airlift Allison, Red-E-J Holsteins Summer Yearling (22) 1 - Stempfle Sid Taylor, Stempfle Holsteins 2 - Gibbs Broken Record, Gibbs Holsteins 3 - Schulte-Bros SS Rapunzel, HB Holsteins 4 - Cloverhill Drmn Adelaide-ET, CloverHill Farms 5 - ArthurCreek Airlift Clara, Nathan Arthur 6 - Henkeseen Windham Raindrop, Henkeseen Holsteins 7 - Farnear Barbie Doll, Farnear Holsteins 8 - Regancrest S Bayana, Regancrest 9 - Le-O-La Candle-ET, Le-O-La Holsteins 10 - Cost Defiant Maj, Cost Farms Junior Yearling (21) 1 - Craila Doorman Loveshack-ET, Ice Cream Acres 2 - Courtlane G Delicious, Courtlane Holsteins 3 - Edgebrook Abslt Perfect-Red, Hazelbrush Farms 4 - Courtlane Gold Chip Denise, Courtlane Holsteins 5 - KCCK McBeth, KCCK Holsteins 6 - Biercrest Chelios Tanysha, Biercrest Farms 7 - Farnear-TBR Babes Betty-ET, Farnear Holsteins 8 - Gav-N-View Crown 1840-Red, GavN-View Farm 9 - Banowetz Ashock Pleasure, Shawn & Levi Banowetz 10 - Eagle-View Gold Chip Camero, Eagle-View Dairy Winter Yearling (14) 1 - Cloverhillfm Golden D Viola, CloverHill Farms 2 - Church-Hill Equation Sayitall, Hawkeye Holsteins

3 - Henkeseen Daine MC Diamond, Henkeseen Holsteins 4 - Regancrest P Olivia, Regancrest 5 - Farnear Door Betsy, Farnear Holsteins 6 - Stempfle Doorman Funky Monkey, Stempfle Holsteins 7 - Schulte-Bros Hayden Ramona, HB Holsteins 8 - Hendel-Vatland Raven 4193-ET, Courtlane Holsteins 9 - Z-Breeze Armani Pearl, Z-Breeze Holsteins 10 - Cost Airlift Sweetheart, Cost Farms Senior Yearling (11) 1 - Arthuracres Wbrook Adeen-ET, Arthuracres 2 - Le-O-La Atwood Leanne-ET, Le-O-La Holsteins 3 - DL-Lyonsview Candy-Red, Lyonsview Dairy 4 - Lyons-DL Airlift Kia, Lyons Holsteins 5 - Le-O-La McCutchen Carisa-ET, LeO-La Holsteins 6 - Stempfle Atwood Glam It Up, Stempfle Holsteins 7 - Hanson-Hilltop Airlift Grape, HansonHilltop Farms 8 - Moneek-Ridge Loar 1047, Buddenberg Farms 9 - Mil-R-Mor Furious Bonelle, Ice Cream Acres 10 - Wildrose Brawler Jarah, Pearl Lane Holsteins Junior Best 3 Females (10) 1 - Clover-Hill Farms 2 - Le-O-La Holsteins 3 - Shawn & Levi Banowetz 4 - Stempfle Holsteins 5 - Henkeseen Holsteins 6 - Regancrest 7 - Biercrest Holsteins 8 - Cost Farms 9 - Quality Ridge Holsteins 10 - Eagle-View Dairy Milking Yearling (2) 1 - Farnear Brit Mardi (BU & B&O), Farnear Holsteins


2 - Farnear Gabrielle Gabby-ET, Farnear Holsteins Junior 2-Year-Old Cow (12) 1 - Hahncrest Atw Danica-ET, Le-O-La Holsteins 2 - Moondale-AAA SF Careful, Moondale Farm 3 - Korian Goldwyn Marian-ET (B&O) Korian Holsteins 4 - Regancrest G Cinderella-ET, Regancrest 5 - OCD Gold Chip Eloise-ET, Steinridge Jerseys 6 - Cloverhillfm Madness-Red-ET (BU), Clover-Hill Farms 7 - Edgebrook Aftershock Camden, Edgebrook Jerseys 8 - Farnear Bridge Betsey-ET, Farnear Holsteins 9 - Banowetz Wood Salve, Shawn & Levi Banowetz 10 - Fossum BW Josey, James Fossum Senior 2-Year-Old Cow (14) 1 - Regancrest-GV Gold Breya-ET (BU), Regancrest 2 - Henkeseen White Zinfandel (B&O), Henkeseen Holsteins 3 - Regancrest D Caramba-ET, Regancrest 4 - Lyons-DL Fork Nova, Lyons Holsteins 5 - Gibbs BN Dillon-ET, Gibbs Holsteins 6 - Duckett-Dyment Bailey-ET, Le-O-La Holsteins 7 - Cloverhillfm Abslt Arkyn-ET, CloverHill Farms 8 - Korian Dempsy Blaze, Korian Holsteins 9 - Hovden Drman Alora-ET, Dave Koss 10 - Red-E-J Shamrock 184, Red-E-J Holsteins Junior 3-Year-Old Cow (8) 1 - Cubers-Crner Alchemy Spark (BU), Regancrest 2 - Ficy Alicia Sid, Steinridge Jerseys 3 - Hawkeye Colt-P Erin (B&O), Hawkeye Holsteins 4 - Rivervalley Barbara 5-ET, Le-O-La Holsteins 5 - Scottmore Atwood Mystique, Scottmore Holsteins 6 - Moondale Afirma, Moondale Farm

7 - Le-O-La Meridian Carmal-ET, Le-OLa Holsteins 8 - Cost Brett Cookies, Cost Farms Senior 3-Year-Old Cow (12) 1 - Red-E-J Atwood Ohio (BU), Regancrest 2 - KishHolm Clea (B&O), KishHolm Holsteins 3 - Banberg Reality Wendy, Shawn & Levi Banowetz 4 - Church-Hill Butz Sayer, Hawkeye Holsteins 5 - Farnear Bridge Bry, Farnear Holsteins 6 - Scottmore Destry Mikiki-ET, Farnear Holsteins 7 - Courtlane Hero Breeze, Courtlane Holsteins 8 - Gibbs CM Tally, Dave Koss 9 -Dusty-Hollow Contact Cowlit, Steinridge Jerseys 10 - Kris-Del Alexander J-Lo, Kris-Del Farms 4-Year-Old Cow (14) 1 - Farnear-TBR Atwood Popsicle-ET (BU), Steinridge Jerseys & Eric Lang 2 - Henkeseen Wind Reagan (B&O), Henkeseen Holsteins 3 - Hillpoint Aliza-Red-ET, Lee-Anns Swiss 4 - Moondale Sanchez Stacie, Moondale Farm 5 - Norkval G W Atwood Sharon, Hawkeye Holsteins 6 - Regancrest-RMS Amethyst, Regancrest 7 - Melarry Sanchez Jennifer-ET, James Fossum 8 - Farnear-TBR Briteace-ET, Wedo-Ehr Cattle 9 - Cloverhillfm Sec Lochte-Red, CloverHill Farms 10 - Gibbs Atwood Swayna, Gibbs Holsteins 5-Year-Old Cow (4) 1 - KishHolm Colette (BU & B&O), KishHolm Holsteins 2 - Lyons-DL Casino Lucky, Lyons Holsteins 3 - Farnear Atwood Milli, Farnear Holsteins

4 - Lyons-DL Secure Ginseng-Red, Lyons Holsteins Aged Cow (6) 1 - Petitclerc Goldwyn Fumble (BU), Le-O-La Holsteins 2 - Moondale Trudy, Korian Holsteins 3 - Scottmore Atwood Gina (B&O), Scottmore Holsteins 4 - Moondale Duplex Kerry, Moondale Farm 5 - Moondale Goldwyn Paddy-ET, Moondale Farm 6 - Courtlane Colton Lisa, Courtlane Holsteins 125,000-Pound Cow (4) 1 - Miss Glen Magnum (BU), Korian Holsteins 2 - Regancrest-BH S Glimmer-ET, Regancrest 3 - Moondale Kolette (B&O), Moondale Farm 4 - Farnear Nifty Fire-ET, Farnear Holsteins

Best Three Females (7) 1 - Farnear Holsteins 2 - Moondale Farm 3 - Clover-Hill Farms 4 - Regancrest 5 - Lyons Holsteins 6 - Henkeseen Holsteins 7 - Cost Farms Produce of Dam (4) 1 - Farnear Holsteins 2 - Clover-Hill Farms 3 - Rockin-K Dairy 4 - Cost Farms Daughter-Dam (2) 1 - Korian Holsteins 2 - Cost Farms

Iowa Dairy Princess Kate Stewart, Alternate Iowa Holstein Princess Sally Hamlett, Megan Rauen with the Reserve Junior Champion Garay Archival Anita, Royce Demmer with the Junior Champion Le-O-La Brady Miranda, Judge Hank Van Exel, Iowa Holstein Princess Jessica Stempfle and Alternate Iowa Dairy Princess Leslie Sivesind

Hawkeye Holsteins receiving the Iowa Holstein Show Herdsmanship Award from Larry and Jane Madren sponsored by Madren Holsteins

Judge Hank Van Exel, Alternate Iowa Holstein Princess Sally Hamlett, Brian Regan with the Reserve Intermediate Champion Regancrest-GV Gold Breya-ET, Jason Danhof with Intermediate Champion Red-E-J Atwood Ohio and Iowa Holstein Princess Jessica Stempfle

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Our TYPE Shows! Premier Breeder 2016 Iowa State Holstein Show & State Fair 1st Place Best 3 Females Proud to have bred the Grand Champion Female of both the Open & Junior Shows for 2 consecutive years! Congratulations to Eric W. Lang on having Grand Champion with Popsicle!!

Farnear Gabrielle Gabby 3.27 PTAT

All-Iowa Milking Yearling 2016 Gabby is a maternal sister to 1st Grade 151HO3239 whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the #1 UDC bull of the breed @ 3.68 UDC and 3.41 PTAT. 1st Grade is +1286M +1.9 DPR, 7.2SCE, and has NO Goldwyn in his pedigree. 1st Class x McCutchen x VG 88 Super x EX Outside

Farnear Apples Imac RC 513HO3328

Kingboy x VG McCutchen x VG 87 Goldwyn x EX 94 Delicious Apple x EX 96 Apple-Red. #1 PTAT RC bull of the breed. 3.28 PTAT, 3.18 UDC, and +861M Order semen today from Sexing Technologies.

10476 Cemetery Rd | Farley, IA 52046 | www.farnear.com Tom Simon 563.599.9183 | Rick Simon 563.744.3541 | Mark Simon 563.542.1297 Bill Rauen 563.599.9384 | Tim Rauen 563.451.5866 | farnear@hotmail.com Midwest Holsteins, Fall 2016 - 45


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• Top Notch Production • Extreme Health Traits • Pleasing Type

EDG ABS 8850

Lively -ET

Sire: Coyne-Farms Jacey CRI-ET

+2458G +7.0PL 2.42SCS +4.0DPR Her Daughter: ABS Wargo Monterey Lavish +2622G +7.5PL +1.99T +2.28UDC Lively is our kind of cow where numbers are backed up by performance. Lively and Lavish are currently being flushed - inquiries are welcome. Gordon & Emily Carncross | Craig & Jen Carncross W13157 Co. Hwy. J, Lodi, WI 53555 wargoacres@gmail.com | 608-592-2560 Craig cell BAA: 108.3% on 300 cows

RHA: 31,522 3.8 1196 3.1 981

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September Classification Results 11 new Excellents & 113 new Very Goods, inlcuding 19 new VG 2-year-olds!

2nd-Look Snz Cassie 7211-ET EX EX-MS

2nd-Look Shamrock 8243 EX EX-MS

• 13th generation VG/EX, 33,000M • She has multiple daughters in the herd

pictured at 2Y

• Dam: 2nd-Look Alexander 7272 - raised to 91-2E • Daughter: 2nd-Look Oak 12108-ET - GP-83 at 2Y, +2347 PTPI

• 2nd-Look Massey 8992 (EX EX-MS at 3-01), 1-10 344 32,120 3.7 1189 3.0 953; Dam: VG-87 Buckeye w/34,000M • 2nd-Look Jordan 8397 (EX EX-MS), Dam: Budjon-JK Damion Eclipse (VG), an Elegance famly member • 2nd-Look CM 8251 (EX EX-MS), 2-9 32,000m; Dam: VG-87 Gabor w. 37,000m; Dau: 2y Massey: GP-82 w. VG MS • 2nd-Look Dorcy 7700-ET (EX EX-MS), 3-6 365 41,940 3.4 1445 3.3 1384 (1 of 5 VG/EX Dorcy sisters x VG Buckeye) • 2nd-Look Allstar 7563 (EX EX-MS), Dam: VG-86 Ito, Granddam: VG 87 Teamster • 2nd-Look Alexander 7204 (EX), 3-11 365 37,170 4.2 1556, next dam VG • From Pepper’s family: Daughter, 2nd-Look Atwood 7772-ET (VG-88) 4.6% fat, Granddaughter: 2nd-Look Massey 9091 (VG at 2Y) • From Dorito 8353-Red: Daughter, 2nd-Look Redburst 12296-Red (VG VG-MS at 2-03) • Other VG 2-year-olds: 3 Tango, 2 Headliner, 2 Doorman, 2 Brokaw, 2 Jacey, Mogul, Massey, Jackman, Johnson

NEWSFLASH!

Gildale Advent Primrose - now EX-95!

Over the years, Roy Hetts classified our herd a few different times, always in a very professional and educational manner. Congratulations Roy on your upcoming retirement. Your knowledge and experience have assisted junior members and dairymen alike.

N3832 Hwy. W, Eden, WI 53019 Office: (920) 477-6800 • mail@secondlookholsteins.com • Fax: (920) 477-2520 Doug Hodorff

Linda Hodorff

Corey Hodorff

Tammy Hodorff

(920) 979-2479 doug@secondlookholsteins.com

(920) 979-2480 linda@secondlookholsteins.com

(920) 602-6449 corey@secondlookholsteins.com

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MN DIRECTORY OF SERVICES Stewart, MN • Est. 1990

Show heifers available for sale.

Give us a call!

Patrick Rusch – 320-583-6372 Rachael Rusch – 320-552-0249 Patti Schaefer – 320-221-2490

https://www.facebook.com/DaMarHolsteins/ • 56479 County Road 11 Stewart, MN 55385

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Specializing in TMR Mixers and Manure Handling Equipment

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Toc-Farm Allen Amyly EX-96

Dream-Prairie GW Alberta-ET EX-92

Ladys-Manor Gold Denver-ET EX-90

Amyly’s 12/15 granddaughter, Cycle Windbrook Azul-ET, has the “magic sire stack” of Windbrook x Goldwyn x Allen and has that special look! Next dams 93, 95, 2E-90, 87 Spottie!

Two full sisters to this 2x All-Wisconsin and All-American nominee are here and boast a pedigree of VG-88, VG-89, EX-97 Alicia and EX-94 Ada!

Denver’s spring calf, Marsh-Vue Wickham Disco-ET, was a family favorite this summer at the shows and has a 6/16 full sister too! Next dams 2E-93, 2E-94, 87, 91, 3E-93.

Wargo-Acres Guth Mankato-ET VG-89

Webb-Vue Goldwyn Beth-ET EX-92 DOM

Jas-K Guthrie Tart-Red-ET EX-90

Mankato has two Doormans due 10/16 and we look forward to working with another daughter of Wargo-Acres Bolton Mopsie-ET 2E-93!

Her sweet uddered Junior 2-year-old Windbrook daughter has a 7/16 Doorman heifer and is bred again to Doorman. From 8 generations of VG/EX, they are owned with David Rose.

Tart’s +2432 GTPI 7/15 Seagull-Bay Silver-ET daughter is RED and unique! She is bred to EDG Delta-Beta-ET, +2698 GTPI. 5 generations of VG/EX.

We are excited to be working with the next generation of these cow families, as well as our next generation, as they continue to show passion and enthusiasm to be involved in the Holstein industry! Mark & Angie Ulness Family

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Full entry fees must accompany entry form or sent within the appropriate time noted above. Owners of the animal being shown must be a paid member by May 31 of the year of the show and those leading the animal must be at least 12 years old by the day of the show.

Fee Schedule: Payment of $35 per animal due on or before December 31, 2016; Late entries will be accepted from January 1-April 30, 2017 for $50 per animal and from May 1-August 15, 2017 for $100 per animal.

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In the event however, that any condition should arise which prevents the showing of the 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 animalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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.

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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, 2015 through August 31, 2016 is eligible for the 2019 Wisconsin Holstein Futurity. Owners of the animal being shown must be a paid member by May 31 of the year of the show and those leading the animal must be at least 12 years old by the day of the show. FEES: Entries, along with $35 per animal, must be postmarked on or before December 31, 2016. Late entries will be accepted until April 30, 2017 for $50 per animal and late fee of $100 per animal will be accepted until August 15, 2017. 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.

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The “Supremes” The Wisconsin Queens that reigned ‘Supreme’ at World Dairy Expo 1973 1974 2000 2002 2005 2009 2010 2015

Wataview Mark Babe Gene-Acres Felicia May Fury Vandyk-K Integrity Paradise Vandyk-K Integrity Paradise Lavender Ruby Redrose-Red Harvue Roy Frosty Harvue Roy Frosty Lovhill Goldwyn Katrysha

Henry Bartel, Ellsworth Felicia May Associates, Fort Atkinson Mark Rueth, Kent & Trish Van Dyk, Jefferson Mark Rueth, Kent & Trish Van Dyk, Jefferson Mark Rueth, Rosedale Farm, Oxford Mike & Julie Duckett, Jim & Nancy Juneman, & Scott and Nancy Armbrust, Rudolph Mike & Julie Duckett, Jim & Nancy Juneman, & Scott and Nancy Armbrust, Rudolph MilkSource Genetics, Kaukauna

Wataview Mark Babe Supreme Champion 1973

The late Henry “Sonny” Bartel’s Hi-Path Farm had a banner day at the Central National Show in 1973, as he captured Grand Champion Bull and Cow honors in the Dane County Coliseum. Wataview Mark Babe was the top four-year-old cow of the show in a class of 23 Holsteins, and went on to be named Grand over Wisconsin favorite, Gene-Acres Felicia May Fury. A total of 242 Holsteins paraded the ring for Judge Fred Foreman of Iowa, assisted by Associate Judge Donald Collins, New York. With a tremendous amount of cow power, Wisconsin also took home State Herd honors for the show.

Gene-Acres Felicia May Fury EX-97 4E Supreme Champion 1974

All-American Aged Cow 1973-1974 Reserve All-American 1972 7-07 3x 365d 32,176 4.2% 1350F Lifetime: 4,740d 227,830M 4.1% 9,369F Felicia May was the pride and joy of Allen Hetts’ herd. She was purchased from Mulder Farm in Milton, and was Reserve All-American four times prior to becoming the All-American Aged Cow in 1973-74. She also set a Wisconsin milk record by production 32,471M and 1215F at five years of age. Felicia May had four records over 30,000 pounds milk and 1200 pounds fat. In 1973, owner Allen Hetts became victimized by cancer and died on November 14, 1973 at 52 years of age. Felicia May was named Grand at Allen’s show (World Dairy Expo) a year after his death in 1974. Over 40 years later people still compare cows to “May,” lovingly referred to as “everyone’s sweetheart.” There were 349 Holsteins exhibited at the 1974 Central National Show in Madison, with 15 states and Canada represented. The aged cow class was ‘a sight to behold,’ with the drama of the moment bringing a hush of attentiveness from the spectators. The judge deliberated over three daughters of Fury, with Felicia May working her way to the top as the ‘longterm dairy machine.’ His choice brought resounding applause as the crowd rejoiced with the Hetts family and other members of Felicia May Associates, her owners. “The cow who does it all” was Best Udder, Type and Production winner, highest producing cow, Senior and Grand Champion Female before taking Supreme Champion honors. In May of 1975 the Hetts’ herd was dispersed, and Gene-Acres Felicia May Fury topped the sale. She sold for $80,000, which at the time, was the second highest selling Registered Holstein female of all time in North America. Felicia May had 12 daughters that were either Very Good or Excellent, with several daughters producing over 100,000 pounds of milk lifetime. The Wisconsin sweetheart, Felicia May held a special place in the hearts of Holstein enthusiasts years after her World Dairy Expo victory.

Vandyk-K Integrity Paradise EX-96 2E Supreme Champion 2000 & 2002

HM All-Time All-American Aged Cow All-American Aged Cow 2002 All-World & People’s Choice All-American 2002 HHM All-Time All-American 4-Year-Old Cow HHM All-Time All-American Junior 3-Year-Old Cow Grand Champion, Midwest Spring National 2001 All-American 4-Year-Old Cow 2000 All-American Junior 3-Year-Old Cow 1999 Reserve Intermediate Champion, International Holstein Show 1999 5-10 2x 365d 39,581 4.2% 1670 3.3% 1294 Lifetime: 1632d 133,420M 4.0% 5399F 3.6% 4827P Taking the title of World Dairy Expo Supreme Champion just once is a feat in itself, and the lady known as Paradise was able to accomplish 18–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/October 2016


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the pinnacle twice. Just one of two Wisconsin-owned and developed beauties to take the supreme title twice in her career, Vandyk-K Integrity Paradise called Rosedale Genetics, Ltd. home. As a four-year-old, Paradise took her first parade across the colored shavings under the spotlight, a moment truly celebrated by the team of Mark Rueth & Kent Van Dyk. When she was able to repeat in 2002, it was truly a special moment for the Rosedale team, as it was the first championship originating from their farm. Paradise left a very special mark in the Rosedale herd, as her clone, Paradise 2, was named Intermediate Champion at World Dairy Expo in 2005. Paradise 4 was also an influence in the herd, and she and Paradise 2 had daughters by September Storm and Dundee. Paradise herself had beautiful Gibson and Linjet daughters. Owner Mark Rueth seems to have an eye for the show-winning kind, as he later developed Redrose, the first Red and White Holstein to earn Supreme Champion honors at the big show. He and wife Nicky welcomed their first daughter to the family in late spring, lovingly naming her “Paradise Rose” after the undeniable Holstein beauties that came before her. While Paradise is in her final resting place at Rosedale, her legacy will live on through those that came after her.

Lavender Ruby Redrose-Red EX-96 4E Supreme Champion 2005

Wisconsin Cow of the Year 2011 All-American 125,000 lb. Cow 2010 Red & White Cow of the Year 2010 All-World Cow of the Year 2006 & 2008 All-American 125,000 lb. Cow 2007 Global R&W Cow of the Year 2006 All-American 5-Year-Old 2005 Grand Champion, World Dairy Expo 2005 Reserve All-Wisconsin 4-Year-Old 2004 Reserve Senior Champion, World Dairy Expo 2004 All-Wisconsin Junior 2-Year-Old 2002 Lifetime: 245,845M 4.5% 10,505F 3.3% 8170P Perhaps one of the greatest Red and White Holstein cows of all time, Lavender Ruby Redrose-Red became a household name after winning the International Red and White Holstein Show and becoming the first Red and White to take Supreme Champion honors at World Dairy Expo in 2005. Redrose was one of the

founding ladies at Rosedale when Mark and Nicky started farming together in 2001. A yearling at the time, she was a beautiful Rubens that needed time to develop. She was a part of the family, always a healthy and strong dairy cow, and even got to be the host of several birthday celebrations in her 14 years of life at Rosedale. Mark and Nicky let Redrose reside under the theory that ‘you’ve got to let cows be cows,’ as she roamed the farm freely each day before her passing in June of 2014. A descendant of the one and only Blackrose (Rubens x Rudolph x Leader x Blackrose), Mark felt Redrose was a more dairy version of Blackrose, with even more tremendous transmitting power. Similar to Blackrose, who did well in the ring as a two and three-year-old, Redrose was named first Junior Two-Year-Old at the 2002 Red and White Show at World Dairy Expo. In 2004 she was second place Four-year-old and Reserve Grand Champion, and she went on to claim her title of Supreme in 2005. Just as impressive was her return in 2007, when she won the 125,000 lb. class and was again named Grand Champion of the Red and White Show. Redrose had several sons in AI, with some of the most notable bulls including Rosedale Accolade-Red, Rosedale Advantage-Red and Rosedale Touchdown-Red. Her Advent daughter sold for an impressive $135,000 at the 2006 World Classic Sale. Redrose had additional daughters by Absolute, Redliner, Perseus, Sanchez, Acme, Destry and Action that all scored well and made their mark in the show ring, from champion honors to All-American nominations. Truly a family member and one the Holstein world won’t soon forget, the Redrose legacy will continue to live on through her outstanding offspring, just as many of the ladies that have taken these prestigious titles before her.

Harvue Roy Frosty EX-96 2E Supreme Champion 2009 & 2010

All-American Aged Cow 2010 1st Aged Cow & Grand Champion WDE 2010 Unanimous All-American 5-Year-Old 2009 & People’s Choice Cow All-Canadian 5-Year-Old 2009 1st 5-Year-Old, Senior & Grand Champion WDE 2009 1st 5-Year-old, Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion RAWF 2009 All-American 5-Year-Old 2009 Unanimous All-Canadian 5-Year-Old 2009 All-American Senior 3-Year-Old 2007 1st Senior 3-Year-old, Intermediate Champion & Reserve Grand Champion WDE 2007 Nominated All-American Senior 2-Year-Old 2006 A Roy daughter from Harvue Sam Heidi, EX-93 3E, Frosty completed six generations of Very Good and Excellent cows. Frosty began her show career in 2006, being nominated All-American Senior Two-YearOld. Her nomination that year stemmed from a fifth place finish at World Dairy Expo and a win in the Senior Two-Year-Old class at Harrisburg. In 2007, Frosty was named Intermediate Champion and Reserve Grand Champion of the International Holstein Show as a Senior ThreeYear-Old. Frosty maxed out her third lactation score at EX-95 (97-94-9394-96) just nine days fresh. Her show ring debut in 2009 was at the big dance, when she stepped wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/October 2016-19


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onto the colored shavings in the five-year-old class at World Dairy Expo. Frosty won her class and went on to defeat the reigning Grand and Supreme Champion of World Dairy Expo, Thrulane James Rose (EX-97), for Senior and Grand Champion. She also defeated the legendary Old Mill E Snickerdoodle (Brown Swiss) for Supreme Champion honors. In 2010 Frosty again graced the colored shavings at World Dairy Expo. She was the first place Aged Cow, Senior and Grand Champion of the International Holstein Show. Frosty was crowned the Supreme Champion for the second consecutive year. She was scored at six years, ten months and was raised to EX-96 2E with an EX-96 MS. Frosty was a tremendous production cow in her own right, with a 5-07 record at 2x and 365d of 40,725M with 5.0 2030F and 2.8 1138P. Her offspring include at least 11 Excellent and 22 Very Good daughters, in addition to two EX-96 sons – Federal (Semex) and Freeze (St. Jacobs). There are also two clones of Frosty, scored EX-95 and EX-92. Frosty passed away peacefully at 12 years of age at Duckett Holsteins home in Rudolph, Wis., in January of this year. There is no doubt her impact will be felt in the Duckett’s herd for years to come.

Lovhill Goldwyn Katrysha EX-96 Supreme Champion 2015

All-American Aged Cow 2015 Reserve All-Canadian Mature Cow 2015 2nd Mature Cow, Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Holstein Show 2015 Grand Champion, Senior Champion, 1st Aged Cow, Best Udder and Production Award, International Holstein Show 2015 Grand Champion and Best Udder of Show, WI State Championship Show 2015 Unanimous All-American 5-Year-Old 2014 All-Canadian 5-Year-Old 2014 Honorable Mention Global Cow of the Year 2014 1st 5-Year-Old, Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion, Royal Agricultural Winter Fair 2014 1st 5-Year-Old & Reserve Senior, Reserve Grand Champion, International Holstein Show 2014 1st 4-Year-Old & Reserve Grand Champion, Mideast Summer National 2013 Nominated All-American 4-Year-Old 2013 4th 4-Year-Old, International Holstein Show 2013 The summer of 2015 was a tremendous one for this Goldwyn daughter, as she captured Supreme Champion honors at World Dairy Expo. Katrysha has garnered an impressive list of show winnings, including Grand Champion honors of both the International Holstein Show at World Dairy Expo and the Wisconsin Championship Show. 20–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/October 2016

Katrysha sold through the International Intrigue Sale in 2014, where she was purchased by Butlerview. By spring of 2015, Milk Source took sole ownership of Katrysha, and the rest is history. While 2015 was a memorable year for Katrysha and Milk Source, it is not her first with AllAmerican credentials. In 2014, she was All-American and AllCanadian five-year-old, and in 2013, she was Nominated All-American as a four-year-old cow. When Katrysha hit the ring for the Supreme Champion contest on the Saturday evening of the 2015 World Dairy Expo, she was one of three cows from Milk Source Genetics in the parade, which marked the first time that a farm has accomplished this feat at the world’s greatest dairy show. Milk Source exhibited the champion Jersey, Red and White, and black and white Holstein cows. Milk Source was also Premier Exhibitor of the International Holstein Show, and Premier Breeder and Exhibitor of the Red and White Holstein show earlier in the week. The team at Milk Source Genetics knew they had a personal best in strength of the show string at World Dairy Expo, but they had no idea the week would end the way it did. Jim Ostrom, co-owner at MilkSource commented, “It’s the best string of cows we will ever work with, and we should enjoy the moment – regardless of the outcome, because they are truly spectacular.” Team Milk Source has continued to develop some of the best in the breed, and Holstein enthusiasts can look forward to the outstanding individuals that will continue to parade the colored shavings from this Kaukauna, Wis., powerhouse for years to come.

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 2017. To apply for a Young Adult Award, interested applicants should call the WHA office or visit the website at www.wisholsteins.com. 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 2017 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.


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Kati's Calf-eine Hello dairy friends! With feelings of pumpkin spice, caramel apples and football in the air, it can only mean one other thing; the greatest holiday (not shown on a calendar) has arrived - World Dairy Expo! Long gone are the days of heat and humidity, rather we look to reap the benefits of our crops and put the cherry on top of the show season with all of the excitement commencing in Madison. World Dairy Expo, for many, is a time for celebration, reunion of old friends and so much more. The time spent in Madison is well worth all of the hours spent behind closed doors, working to make dreams come true. This year, we’ve had the distinct pleasure of celebrating the 50th Anniversary of World Dairy Expo, hopefully one of many great anniversaries to come of this prestigious event. This time of year is also great for reflection; looking back on the things we’ve accomplished not only this year but in the

last few years, decade or lifetime. As the seasons change, we as agriculturalists and dairy farmers look to change and evolve with this tremendous industry. World Dairy Expo allows us to get excited about cows, become energized to develop good cows for next year and continually grow. So take a moment, brew yourself a cup of coffee or tea, and sit back and think about all of the good memories made this last year. But looking back as the leaves begin to fall on the wonderful summer we’ve had, there has been lots of great memories! From State Fair to the WHA State Picnic, there has been great opportunities for Holstein fellowship. A special “thank you” to the Fust family for hosting the annual picnic at their beautiful farm in the rolling hills near Wausau. I think I speak on behalf of everyone in attendance that the cows looked great, the scholarship auction was a success and the friendly egg-toss competition was an “egg-cellent” game. Although World Dairy Expo will soon be over, that doesn’t mean the excitement stops! I am busy continuing school visits around Wisconsin, spreading the fun facts of the Holstein cow and the delicious dairy products that they provide us with. If there is an elementary school near you that you’d like us to come visit, head over to our website and submit a Royalty Request form. We’d love to help share the story of Wisconsin Holsteins near you! Until next coffee hour, Kati Kindschuh

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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.

2016 B-S-D Buckeye Ritz 21607 B-S-D Chase Bogart 21662 B-S-D Tristen 21318-ET Badger O Man 3322 3854 Begert-Horn Ma-Hay-Na Berryridge Alxndr 1642-G Berryridge Alxndr Bashful Berryridge Gabor 1709-G Berryridge Graybil 1650-G Berryridge Revenue G-916 Berryridge Shottle Diploma Berryridge Shottle Misty-ET Berryridge Speed 1752-F Bomaz Boliver 4536 Bomaz Domain 5152-ET Bomaz Esquire 5069 Bomaz Meteor 5235 Bomaz Million 4796 Bomaz Planet 4630-ET Bomaz Planet 4869 Bosside Miami Meredith-Red Bossir Sterlng Coral-Red-ET Can-Tim Garret 0629 1013-ET Can-Tim Ralph 1600 308 City-Blu Dsty Sheri21649-ET Cleland SS Alexis-Red-ET Co-op Kamin Donatella-ET Co-op Planet 3543-ET Co-op Upd Al 3896 Co-op Upd Ramos 3421 Co-op Upd Shottle 3644-ET Co-Vale Dundee Phlox-ET Crave Atwood Ariel 6495-ET Crescentmead Bax Princss-ET Croix-Line Serena CRI-ET Dirt-Road Manoman Caviar-ET Echowood Pontiac Angelica Ever-Green-View Elaina-ET Ever-Green-View Evito Ever-Green-View Le Plume-ET Ever-Green-View Magi Evergreen-H Grand Avery Farnear Shottle Favorite-ET Finger Freddie 3338 Four-of-a-Kind Alex Amber Gen-i-Beq Shottle Bombi-ET Gerrits Kalahari 9706 Harmony-Ho Best Quinnlynn Harmony-Ho Kolton Quagmire

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Badger Holsteins Ralph A. Bredl Jr. Mark & Beth Heinze Mark & Beth Heinze Amber Yager Amber Yager Hilltop Dairy LLC Hilltop Dairy LLC Hilltop Dairy LLC Jeff & Connie Horsens Jeff & Connie Horsens Jeff & Connie Horsens Jeff & Connie Horsens Jeff & Connie Horsens Jeff & Connie Horsens Jeff & Connie Horsens Robert J. Schauf Allison, Lauren & Brayden Breunig Mystic Valley Dairy LLC Jessica & Nicole Pralle Pamela A. Selz-Pralle Jessica & Nicole Pralle Jon-De Farm Inc. Kellercrest Reg. Hol. Inc. Melissa Mertins Koepke Farms Inc. Koepke Farms Inc. Legacy Farm LLC Legacy Farm LLC Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Peter & Shellie Kappelman Jeff Jauquet Glenn-Ann Holsteins Thomas J. Kestell Thomas J. Kestell Thomas J. Kestell Thomas J. Kestell Rick Faber & Pond Hill Dairy Limited Ptsp Thomas J. Kestell Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Andrew R. Peterson Randy Holthaus Country Aire Farms Mystic Valley Dairy LLC Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Daniel J. & Nancy Pagenkopf Pollack-Vu Dairy LLC Pollack-Vu Dairy LLC Jordan C. Siemers Rickert Brothers LLC


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Rippd-Valley Bolton 5062 Roeen Mayers Scott So-Red Rugg-Doc Mtor Carmsharie-ET S-Fine 3337 Suede Shoes S-Fine 3734 Shottle Snicker S-Fine Advent 2714 Shorty S-Fine Norski 2937 Nick-TW Selz-Pralle Frosty 3592 Sewards-Folly Al 2183 Sewards-Folly Gabor 2175 Sewards-Folly Gabor 2209 Sewards-Folly Million 2033 Sewards-Folly Planet 2089 Sewards-Folly Socrates 1801 Sewards-Folly Zenith 1984 Shiloh-USA Boxer Katie Shiloh-USA Gldwyn Prissy-ET Shiloh-USA Shottle Lila-ET Siemers Advent Roxie-Red Siemers Aftershock Gloria Siemers Al Haydens-ET Siemers Al Pres 15195 Siemers Alexander 15335 Siemers Alexander Ameri Siemers Alexander Healer Siemers Ally 9586 Siemers Ares 13347 Siemers Armstead 12169 Siemers Army Dreamy 14093 Siemers Army Nify 13920 Siemers Ashock Gracious Siemers Ashock Has 15275 Siemers Ashock Marvel-ET Siemers Ashock T-Hia-May-ET Siemers Atlantic Nica 14298 Siemers Atlantic Prevue Siemers Atom Helga 15622 Siemers Atwood Clarinet-ET Siemers Atwood Hia-Queen-ET Siemers Avalon 15214 Siemers Avalon Zombia 15157 Siemers Awood Gila 15075-TW Siemers Baltmor Glamours-ET Siemers Baxter 11647 Siemers Baxter 11681 Siemers Baxter Lava 11936 Siemers Baxter Pixia 14666 Siemers Billion 10578 10578 Siemers Boliver Tudy 13130 Siemers Bowser Ellie-ET Siemers Boxer 14816 Siemers Bradell Lori 14757 Siemers Brick 12027 Siemers Captain 13777 Siemers Captain 14878 Siemers Captain 15116 Siemers Captain 15177 Siemers Captain Kit 14693 Siemers Chase 14669 Siemers Colby Prema 13307 Siemers Colton 15378 Siemers Colton Chancey Siemers Copenhagen Denise Siemers Copenhagen Geneva Siemers Crimson 14394

Ripps Dairy Valley LLC Dwight & Shelly Mayer Whittail Valley Dairy LLC So-Fine Bovines LLC So-Fine Bovines LLC So-Fine Bovines LLC So-Fine Bovines LLC Selz-Pralle Dairy Scott Seward Scott Seward Scott Seward Scott Seward Scott Seward Scott Seward Scott Seward Shiloh Dairy LLC Shiloh Dairy LLC Shiloh Dairy LLC Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Crystal Siemers-Peterman & Jordan C. Siemers Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Crystal Siemers-Peterman & Jordan C. Siemers Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Crystal Siemers-Peterman & Jordan C. Siemers Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc.

Siemers Crimson Glob 15370 Siemers Crimson Premium Siemers Cyclone 10769 10769 Siemers Cyclone 10914 10914 Siemers Darius 15691 Siemers Denali 16129 Siemers Denton 13542 Siemers Die-Hard 11580 Siemers Diehard Hilse 11684 Siemers Digger 15386 Siemers Dino Olay 14422 Siemers Domain Exclusive-ET Siemers Domain Gigi-ET Siemers Dorcy Dora 15984 Siemers Dorcy Halley 15313 Siemers Dundee Blazin-ET Siemers Duplex Finley-ET Siemers Duplex Tana-Ana-ET Siemers Durant 13222 Siemers Edition 15502 Siemers Edition June 15590 Siemers Elite T-Hiastar-ET Siemers Elmo Medora 13267 Siemers Explode 15025 Siemers Fork 14828 Siemers Glen Lore 14361 Siemers Gold Hannamae-ET Siemers Goldwyn Galaxy-ET Siemers Goldwyn Glam-ET Siemers Goldwyn Global-ET Siemers Goldwyn Go-Girl-ET Siemers Goldwyn Gold-ET Siemers Hulk 13393 Siemers Hulk 13441 Siemers Hulk 13443 Siemers Jayz 12616-TW Siemers Jeeves 13263 Siemers Jeeves Elegance-ET Siemers Kolton 14085 Siemers Kolton 14452 Siemers Kolton Lia 14555 Siemers Laramee Hula 12920 Siemers Laramee Sunsation Siemers Laurin Lesi-Ella-ET Siemers Lauthority 15209 Siemers Lauthority June Siemers Lauthority Ka 15212 Siemers Lguard Kary 15120 Siemers Lightning 15673 Siemers Lightning Abigail Siemers Lightning Hig 14227 Siemers Marico 15002 Siemers Million 13599 Siemers Million 13723 Siemers Million Genea 13686 Siemers Moscow 14170 Siemers Moscow Sparkie Siemers Motto Stacia 15576 Siemers Mrtop Scarlet 15916 Siemers Mrtop Sunnie-ET Siemers Obsrvr Countes-ET Siemers Offroad 14678-TW Siemers Padre 13294 Siemers Ping 15303

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Siemers Ping Sheila Siemers Planet Hil-Ann-ET Siemers Planet Hosta 14294 Siemers Plnet Hershey 14844 Siemers Popcorn 13893 Siemers Potter 11241 Siemers Potter Septa 11652 Siemers Pronto Sissy 13026 Siemers Razor Global 14920 Siemers Robust Dana-Gal-ET Siemers Robust Dana-Girl-ET Siemers Ross Sugar 12075 Siemers Sam 12999 Siemers Sebastian 15690 Siemers Sensatin Laca 13794 Siemers Sensation 13460 Siemers Ssharpie 14592 Siemers Shottle Sultry-ET Siemers Smack 14572 Siemers Super 14495-TW Siemers Super Hazel-Sky-ETS Siemers Sz T-Hia-Ela-ET Siemers Xacobeo Belwo 13693 Siemers Xacobeo Made 13718 Stone-Front Mac Illinois Sugar-C Armstead 3901 Sugar-C Baxter 3462 Sugar-C Bronco 4167

Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Andrew Jay & Lynette E. Buttles Sugar Creek Dairy Sugar Creek Dairy Sugar Creek Dairy

Sugar-C Jayz 3536 Sugar-C Million 3954 Sugar-C Otto Hope Sugar-C Planet 3961 Sugar-C Planet 4181 Sugar-C Tarmac 3982 Sunnyside Daffy Goldwyn-ET Synergy Esquire Kate Synergy Shot Al Pretty Townson Lazarith Inkster Townson Logan Lovie Tramilda-N Eno-ET True-Blue Hayden 2564-ET True-Blue Langdon 2306 True-Blue Man-o-Man 2666-ET True-Blue Popcorn 2455 True-Blue Ramos 2269-ET True-Blue Tennyson 2662-ET UFM-Dubs Siemer She-Raze-ET UFM-Dubs Siemer Sherocks-ET United-Pride Planet 3667-ET United-Pride Super 4337 United-Pride Super 4561-TW Vir-Clar Socrates 7577 Wargo-Acres Model-ET Wargo-Acres Ms Raven Webb-Vue O Man Johanne Webb-Vue Planet Ms Khaila

Sugar Creek Dairy Sugar Creek Dairy Ryan Adams Sugar Creek Dairy Sugar Creek Dairy Sugar Creek Dairy Sunnyside Dairy Farms LLC Synergy Farm LLC Synergy Farm LLC Towns Farms Inc. Towns Farms Inc. Thomas J. Kestell Gerald & Kevin Ihm Gerald & Kevin Ihm Kevin Ihm Gerald & Kevin Ihm Kevin Ihm Kevin Ihm Jordan C. & Connor J. Siemers Jordan C. & Connor J. Siemers United Pride Dairy United Pride Dairy United Pride Dairy Gary Boyke Wargo Acres Wargo Acres Robert A. Webb Robert A. Webb

2016 Anni-Mart Shottl Forever-ET Ar-Line Million Larka Badger Bret 2893 4163-TW Badger Die-Hard 4444 B-Bucky Twisted Sister-Red Berryridge Moscow 1723-G B-Long Tootsie Blow Pop Bomaz Esquire 5049 Bomaz Manoman 4929-ET Bomaz Observer 5209-ET Bomaz Planet 5015 Bomaz Super 5097-ET Brookhill Goldwyn Cecile B-S-D Teddie Mini 21685-Red Can-Tim Garrett 629 1032-ET Cycle Baxter Yvette Dirt-Road Mil Cha Ching-ET El-Lyn Binky Cady El-Lyn Debonair Marilyn Emerald-Acr-VR Fredy Ever-Green-View Lizi-Red-ET Finger Alexander 3220-ET Four-Hands Colby Jodee Glenn-Ann Pipers Dream-ET H-C-H September Storm 1579 Hilltop-LLC Dex 4246 Hi-Lo-Valley Digger Ditzy Hi-Lo-Valley Tal Victory-ET Horsens Bronco Talytha Horsens Gabor Dina Hurtgenlea Mara CRI-ET Jenlar Sanchez Tasha Jenny-Lou Atlantic 2382

Mystic Valley Dairy LLC Randy Holthaus Badger Holsteins Badger Holsteins Brooks Buchholz Endres Berryridge Farms LLC Bret Long Bomaz Inc. Bomaz Inc. Bomaz Inc. Bomaz Inc. Bomaz Inc. Heatherstone Enterprises Inc. Blue Star Dairy Farms Tim J & James C Bell Tony Brey Steve & Amanda Killian Hanke Farms Inc. Hanke Farms Inc. Emerald Acres Thomas J. Kestell Finger Family Farm LLC Ethan Dado Glenn-Ann Holsteins Horse Creek Holsteins LLC Hilltop Dairy LLC Ashley Yager Ashley Yager Jeff & Connie Horsens Jeff & Connie Horsens Ralph A. Bredl Jr. Larry A. & Jennifer J. Meyer Mystic Valley Dairy LLC

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Jenny-Lou Laudan Truley-ET Jenny-Lou Mr Sam 2119 Jenny-Lou Ramos 2468-TW Jenny-Lou Stormatic Taja-ET Joliam Alexandr 3746 Jon-De Blitz 1341 K-Manor Baxter Ebony Koepke Awesome Kendle Koepke Garrett Marion Meado-Brook Al 4729 Ms Pine-Tree Mandy Cri-ET Ms Siemers Dundee Candi-ET Nor-Way-Pete Pronto Kit-ET Regan-Alh Bxr Dela-ET Rickland Shampoo 3256 Rippd-Valley Bronco 5000 Rippd-Valley Jammer 3293 Rippd-Valley Jeeves 4834 Royal-KG Laramee 4474 Selz-Pralle Starfire 3672 Sewards-Folly Al 2230 Siemers Accolade Misty Siemers Al Heloise 15358 Siemers Alou 11885 Siemers Bradell Holiday Siemers Braxton Bova 15647 Siemers Bret Far 11257 Siemers Colby 13206 Siemers Destry Sun-Red-ET Siemers Gabe Chacha 12531 Siemers Hot 11136 11136 Siemers Kolton 14431-TW Siemers Lazarth Prema 15625

Mystic Valley Dairy LLC Mystic Valley Dairy LLC Mystic Valley Dairy LLC Mystic Valley Dairy LLC Pamela A. Selz-Pralle Jon-De Farm Inc. Kellercrest Reg. Hol. Inc. Koepke Farms Inc. Koepke Farms Inc. Peter & Shellie Kappelman Genesis Cooperative Herd Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Andrew R. Peterson Blue Star Dairy Farms Rickert Brothers LLC Ripps Dairy Valley LLC Ripps Dairy Valley LLC Ripps Dairy Valley LLC Kevin L. Greenfield Selz-Pralle Dairy Scott Seward Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc.


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Siemers Motto 15544 Siemers Padre Moontide Siemers Pronto Destina-ET Siemers Sanchez Bedaz-ET Siemers Socrats Septa 12723 Siemers Super Bedazl-An-ET Siemers Super Hazel-One-ET Siemers Sz Splendid-ET Siemers Time Honor 15689 Siemers Zade 10739 10739 Smith-Crest Champion May Stone-Front Mac Conestoga Stone-Front Zoro Lorisa Sugar-C Dorne 4116 Sugar-C Minister 3711 Sugar-C Omax 3894 Sugar-C Pagewire 3856 Sugar-C Pagewire 3951 Sugar-C Ps Whisper Sweethart-Mayers Vanity-Red Synergy Boliver Tahiti Vir-Clar Legend 9239 Wargo-Acres Sage Wargo-n-JD Shot Dena Webb-Vue Blitz Karson Webb-Vue Gabor Zuleima Weigeline Autumn CRI-ET

Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Siemers Holstein Farms Inc. Travis Smith Andrew Jay & Lynette E. Buttles Andrew Jay & Lynette E. Buttles Sugar Creek Dairy Sugar Creek Dairy Sugar Creek Dairy Sugar Creek Dairy Sugar Creek Dairy Sugar Creek Dairy Dwight & Shelly Mayer & Jenny Hart Synergy Farm LLC Gary Boyke Wargo Acres Wargo Acres Robert A. Webb Robert A. Webb Ralph A. Bredl Jr.

A note from your JACs

Hey Junior Members! With the last of the county fairs wrapping up and the weather getting cooler, it is hard to believe that this summer’s show season has finally come to an end. It has been a great experience for myself and the rest of the JACs watching you show off your hard work in the show ring all summer long. Congratulations to you all on your accomplishments!! Most of you are back in school now and are gearing up for another great year ahead! Keep in mind that the Wisconsin Junior Holstein Convention is just around the corner - January 6-8, 2017 - in Wisconsin Dells! Get your dairy bowl teams together to practice, finish your craft projects, polish up your speeches, and get ready for some Holstein fun! I hope you all filled out your 12 & under, YMR, and DJM forms! We would like to remind you that a second round of award forms are due November 15. This includes the WHY Friend, Junior Trip, Essay contest, Long Range Production, and Progressive Breeder awards. The WHY Friend award is one we encourage you to fill out. It is a great way to recognize all the hard work, blood, sweat, and tears your advisors, parents, and leaders put into helping us juniors out with all the different activities all year round. So, don’t forget to thank them even if it is simply by nominating them for this awesome award!! For those of you who attend convention but don’t participate in the contests like dairy bowl and dairy jeopardy, we have some new activities for you this year! We will have informative and educational panel sessions running both on Friday afternoon and Saturday. There will be three different topics/sessions for all convention goers to attend! More info will come as convention gets closer, but we are very excited about this and hope you enjoy them! Lastly, for those of you older members who are interested in running for JAC at convention, feel free to ask one of the current JACs any questions that you may have! We would be glad to help! I hope you all are enjoying this beautiful fall weather and the rest of your 2016! I can’t wait to see you all at Convention in a few short months! Katie Bauer, NE District JAC

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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 second annual Taste of Wisconsin State Fair. Thank you also to those that contributed food for our junior dairy exhibitors – WI Baker’s Association and Prairie Farms. Nearly 200 youth attended this event, which featured games and activities to kick off the annual WI Junior State Fair.

2017 Junior Convention County Checklist Make sure you’re prepared for the 2017 Junior Convention Friday, January 6-Sunday, January 8 by checking off a few items in advance: ___ November 15 – Submitted applications for: • Long Range Production • Junior Progressive Breeder • WHY Friend Nominations • Junior Farm Trip ___ November 15 – Entries due for: • Dairy Bowl • Dairy Jeopardy • Essay • Speaking ___ December 1 – Reserved hotel rooms for convention ___ December 8 – Mailed registration forms for county ___ January 5 – Contest room entries completed and packed ___ January 6 – Juniors and chaperones en route to Junior Convention!

Book your hotel rooms for Junior Convention by December 1! The 2017 Junior Convention will be hosted by Dane County at Glacier Canyon Lodge, 45 Hillman Rd, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin 53965. To book your rooms at Glacier Canyon Lodge, call 800-8679453 or 608-254-1020, and reference the group code #475429 for best service. The block is also named WI Jr Holstein 2017 (exact spelling needed), and reservations under the block must be made by December 1.

WHY Friend Applications

It’s time to recognize the junior advisor, parent or volunteer that has helped your county gain momentum in 2016. 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 WHY Friend Award by November 15, 2016.

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 Synergy Dairy, Jay & Heather Jauquet and Gary & Linda Olson of Pulaski, Wis. 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!

2017 Dairy Jeopardy Entry Form Return by November 15, 2016 to: WHA, 902 Eighth Ave, Baraboo, WI, 53913; fax to 608-356-6312 or email larryn@wisholsteins.com

2016 John Klossner Trophy Winner

Elise Bleck of Glenbeulah, Wis., was awarded the third 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, Elise received a traveling trophy, custom designed to create a fitting representation of the contest and tribute to John. Elise is the 15-year-old daughter of Dr. Jeff and Lea Ann Bleck of Glenbeulah. Elise, along with her parents and brother, Brady, live on Blecksview family farm, where they raise Holstein and Brown Swiss show cattle. Elise exhibited the 2015 All-Wisconsin Brown Swiss Winter Yearling and received reserve junior champion of the junior show. She was a member of the state champion Sheboygan County 4-H junior dairy quiz bowl team in 2015. She was also a member of the Sheboygan County Dairy judging team that placed second at the state 4-H dairy judging contest. Elise is the president of the Spring Valley 4-H Club and a member of the Sheboygan County Junior Holstein Association. She also plays basketball, volleyball and enjoys swimming and dance class.

2016 Great Northern Cup Winner

Kristen Broege of Janesville took home the Great Northern Cup at the 2016 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. Kristen Broege is the 20-year-old daughter of Phyllis and the late Steve Broege. She owns and shows Rock-Edge Holsteins with her two younger sisters, Jenna and Nicole. Currently, she is a junior at UW-Madison majoring in Dairy Science. On campus, she is involved in Badger Dairy Club, Association of Women in Agriculture, National Agri-Marketing Association and the Collegiate Dairy Judging Team. Kristen is currently serving as Chair of the Junior Activities Committee and shows at local, state and national shows. In the future she hopes to have a career in dairy business and communications. The Great Northern Cup is sponsored by Great Northern Land and Cattle Company, Inc., in Fond du Lac, Wis.

2017 Speaking Contest Entry Form Return by November 15, 2016 to:

WHA, 902 Eighth Ave, Baraboo, WI, 53913; fax to 608-356-6312 or email larryn@wisholsteins.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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Dairy Bowl Deadlines The Dairy Bowl contest will be held on Sunday, January 8, 2017 at the Wisconsin Junior Holstein Convention. The deadline to enter a team for the 2017 Dairy Bowl contest will be NOVEMBER 15, 2016. 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 2017 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. 2017 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 8/2016) HF Pedigree Questions & Answers (9/2013) 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 (3/2015) HF Showring Ready (4/2015) HF Dairy Cattle Reproduction (11/2015) The Rules Are Black and White... WHA History Book (Ch. 1 & 2) August Sire Summary (Red Book) Dairy Bowl Rules Dairy Cow Unified Scorecard 2016 Hoard’s Dairyman (exception - no December 2016 issue) 2016 Wisconsin Holstein News (exception - no December 2016 issue) www.wisholsteins.com Calf Care (Hoard’s) Showing 101 (Hoard’s) Learning Linear (Hoard’s) Virginia Dairy Quiz Bowl Study Materials (http://www.youth.dasc.vt.edu/pdfs/2016bowlmat.pdf)

Holstein Foundation website

Additional Senior Sources: WHA History Book (Ch. 1, 2, 12, 13, 14, pgs 99-119) HA Cattle Merchandising & Advertising Policy Cattle Abnormalities A78861 CA 2016 Dairy Herd Management (exception - no December 2016 issue) Profitable Milking (Hoard’s) Progress of the Breed (Ch.1) Dairy Cattle Fertility & Sterility Hoard’s Feeding Guide

2017 Dairy Bowl Team Entry Return IN OFFICE by November 15, 2016 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, 2016. #Rookie Teams: _______

# Junior Teams: _______

# Senior Teams: _______

# Wisconsin Team Members: _______ (Juniors) _______ (Seniors) 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 2016-27


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ACKY WPoint of View Editor’s Comments

Welcome to fall! It’s that time of year again - World Dairy Expo! And this year is extra special as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of WDE. If you’ve picked up this issue of the News at our booth at WDE, I hope you’ll enjoy reading about what’s happening at Wisconsin Holstein. If you like what you see and would like to become a monthly subscriber, please give us a call or email. This issue is our final issue of Midwest Holsteins for 2016. Thank you to all who participate in these issues to make them a great addition to the magazine and a great benefit for all of the states. The Midwest issues reach over 4,500 readers for the 5 state publications - for a bargain price! If you’re interested in talking more about advertising in future issues, please give me a call. I am excited to announce that WHA is now offering website development for our members. If you are thinking about putting together a website for your farm, please give us a call. We are offering a fall special of 10% off your first year for those that sign up by Nov. 1. Feel free to stop by our booth at WDE if you’d like to discuss this with us! I’d like to remind everyone of our annual cover contest. We are always looking for scenic or eye-catching photos of Holsteins and our members for potential cover photos, not only for the News but Midwest Holsteins as well. Submissions for this year’s contest can be emailed (300 dpi or higher) or mailed (5x7 or larger, high quality print) to my office - lauraw@wisholsteins.com or PO Box 49, Lancaster, WI 53813. Coming next month is our annual Red & White issue. We will also include World Dairy Expo results and will be featuring District 3. If you are interested in advertising, please give me a call by October 10. Membership renewals are in the mail! As always, you can renew your membership by returning your green card with a check, calling our office to renew by credit card, or using the online system on our website. Any questions, give us a call! Until next time...

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October 2016 Classifying in Adams, Crawford, Juneau, LaCrosse, Monroe, Portage, Richland, Sauk, Vernon & Wood counties 4-8 World Dairy Expo, Madison 25 Bart & Brett Bruins Holstein Dispersal, Fond du Lac, 11:30 a.m.; managed by Great Northern Land & Cattle Co. 29 34th Annual Pioneer Dairy Classic, Lancaster, 11 a.m. 31 GM Sandhill Dispersal, Unity, 11 a.m.; managed by Christensen Sales Corp. November 2016 Classifying in Barron, Buffalo, Dunn, Eau Claire, Jackson, Pepin, Pierce, Polk, St. Croix & Trempealeau counties 5 Barron County Fall Sale, Barron Pavillion, 11 a.m. 10 YAC Educational Award applications due 12 Distinguished Breeder Award and Distinguished Young Breeder Award applications due 15 Junior Award Form deadline - Long Range Production, Junior Progressive Breeder, WHY Friend Nominations, Junior Farm Trip December 2016 Classifying in Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, Chippewa, Clark, Douglas, Florence, Forest, Iron, Lincoln, Marinette, Oneida, Price, Rusk, Sawyer, Taylor, Vilas, Washburn counties 1 Holiday Fashions at the Northern, Great Northern, Fond du Lac, 11 a.m. 2-3 WHA Board Meeting 31 $35 entry deadline for the 2019 WHA Futurity January 2017 Classifying in Brown, Calumet, Door, Kenosha, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Sheboygan, Washington, Waukesha counties 6-8 Junior Convention, Glacier Canyon Lodge, Wis. Dells, hosted by Dane County Junior Holstein Association 14 Top Performer entries due February 2017 Classifying in Dane, Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette counties 24-25 Adult Convention, Radisson Paper Valley Hotel, Appleton, hosted by Calumet Co. March 2017 Classifying in Columbia, Dodge, Fond du Lac, Green Lake, Jefferson, Marquette, Rock, Walworth counties 4 Apple Mania II, hosted by Apple Partners LLC 31 Quest for Success III at Bella-View Holsteins, Marion Future Dates Midwest National Spring Show April 29, 2017 Alliant Energy Center, Madison WI Championship Show July 10-11, 2017 Alliant Energy Center, Madison

Upcoming Issues November

December

Red & White Issue WDE Results ads due October 10 Youth Issue ads due November 9

District 3 District 6


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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING PETE’S AUCTION & PHOTO Normen Peterson Auctioneer & Photographer RR1 Box 129 Wykoff, MN 55990 Ph: (507) 352-4162 Fax: (507) 352-5981 Pam Zeigler

Associate Photographer Prairie du Sac, WI Tel. (608) 643-4553 Donna Swiecichowski Pulaski, WI (920) 822-8330

• Embroidery • Awards • • Caps • Jackets • Shirts • Halter Bags/Saddle Bags • Director Chairs • Blankets/Hoods/Sheets Stock Designs Available “Personalizing One or More”

Pat Gauthier

STgenetics Representatives Serving Wisconsin Dairymen

W4987 County Rd. B, Fond du Lac, WI 54937 Ph: (920) 477-5062 • Fax: (920) 477-5061 e-mail: pat@initial-design.com • www.initial-design.com

North Central & Northwest: Jeremy Totzke, 715-316-8529

Office: 920.465.3880

Eastern: Al White, 920-296-1482 Western & Southeast: Chris Richards, 608-341-7472

Cybil:

920.737.3050

David Kendall, Director of Genetic Development, 608-346-1605

E-mail: cybilfisher@hotmail.com Associate Photographer: Lea McCullough Phone: 608-214-1845 E-mail: leamccullough@gmail.com

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

Badger State Hoof Care, LLC Beef, Dairy & Show Cattle Call us for all your hoof care needs!

Cory Wagner 920-570-0024 W2750 Cty. Rd. Q, Pine River, WI 54965

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

Brian Greenman Agent Commercial, Farm & Personal Insurance

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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS Accelerated Genetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BC Agri-Graphics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Alpha Genetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Badger State Hoof Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Cybil Fisher Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 East Central Select Sires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Great Northern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Holstein International . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Initial Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 International Protein Sires/Our Help . . . . . . . . . IBC Koepke Farms, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Mayer Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 NorthStar Cooperative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Origin Reproduction Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Pete’s Auction & Photo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Rickert Bros. LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Rural Mutual Ins./Brian Greenman . . . . . . IFC & 29 Second-Look Holsteins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Select Sires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 STgenetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 & 29 Ultrascan, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

MIDWEST HOLSTEINS ADVERTISERS Bell-Air Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Bert-Mar Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Budjon Boarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Fustead Holsteins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 GM Sandhill Dispersal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Kellercrest Holsteins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Marathon County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-23 Our-Favorite Holsteins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Pioneer Dairy Club Classic . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Ragnar Holsteins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Second-Look Holsteins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Holstein Association Representatives

Selz-Pralle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

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

Summit Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

Chris Lyons W 5979 Lee Dr., Fort Atkinson, WI 53538 920-563-1082 cell 920-723-2406 e-mail: clyons@holstein.com Mandi Ramsburg 1510 Silverstone Trail #2, De Pere, WI 54115 cell: 920-530-5023 e-mail: mramsburg@holstein.com

Wargo Acres . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

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UW-Madison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Violet Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16


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October 2016 Wisconsin Holstein News  

October 2016 issue of the Wisconsin Holstein News featuring Midwest Holsteins and State Fair and Futurity results.

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