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Volume 85 No. 8

Championship Show Results All-WI & Junior All-WI Winners District Show Results Breeder Profile: Inwood-Hill Farm District 6 Report


Michelle by Cybil Fisher; Karachi by Sarah Damrow

Willows-Edge Dur Michele-ET EX-94 2E at 9Y

Willows-Edge Rubens Karachi EX-91 EX-92MS

5-06 2x 365 29,810 4.1 1217 3.3 997

3-04 2x 365d 30,890 4.8 1480 3.6 1106

Reserve Junior All-Wisconsin 150,000 lb. Cow Champion Bred & Owned of the Junior Show, WI Championship Show 2013 Reserve Junior All-American Aged Cow 2011

Junior All-Wisconsin 5-Year-Old 2013 Grand Champion, WI District 1 Junior Show 2013

Dam: Willows-Edge Star Maiden EX-93 Reserve Junior All-American 5-Year-Old 2004 2nd Dam: Willows-Edge BC Maryke EX-90 3E Lifetime: 3108 200,520 4.2 8516 3.4 6757

Dam: Willows-Edge Champ Karma VG-87 4-03 2x 365d 40,340 3.4 1355 2.9 1194 2nd Dam: Willows-Edge Terrason Kit EX-93 4-10 2x 365d 44,160 4.0 1762 2.9 1325

Willows-Edge Damion Alpine

Willows-Edge Atwood Lydia

Willows-Edge Carisma Lyric EX-90

Reserve Junior All-WI Summer Yearling Dam: Jerland SH Jasper Attitude VG-86

Reserve Junior All-WI Spring Yearling Dam: Willows-Edge Carisma Lyric EX-90

Reserve Junior All-WI Junior 3-Year-Old Dam: Willows-Edge Zenith Lapel VG-88

Premier Breeder:

Henk & Bonnie Van Dyk

BAA: 112.1%

’05, ’06, ’07, ’10, ’11 Midwest Fall National ’03 World Dairy Expo ’92-’01, ’04-’06, ’09, ’11, ’12 & ’13 District 1 ’94, ’96, ’97, ’03, ’05, ’06 WI Champ. Show ’96, ’98, ’99, ’00, ’02, ’03, ’10, ’11 MN State Fair

Jordan & Claire New Richmond, WI 54017 PH: (715) 246-5454


Marcella & Felicity by Cybil Fisher; Candy Cane by Nick Sarbacker

Marcella

MOORCLOSE FEVER VG-88 1-11 173 14,696 4.0 582 3.0 443 inc. Fever x EX-90 Jasper Due in January to Aftershock ~ 1st Junior 2 Year Old, District 3 Show ~ Reserve Junior All-WI Junior 2 Year Old

Felicity

DIETERS DESTRY VG-87 2-00 254 20,266 3.3 667 3.1 632 Destry x VG-88 Advent Winter calf by Goldsun, due in January to Aftershock ~ 1st Senior 2 Year Old & Res. Inter. Champ of the Junior Show, District 3 Show ~ Reserve Junior All-WI Senior 2 Year Old

MOORCLOSE HOLSTEINS RHA: 25,197 3.5 886 3.1 787 Aug. ’13 BAA: 109.6% 17 EX, 45 VG, 12 GP

Bill & Kelle Calvert Family 6038 County J, Cuba City, WI 53807 608-759-2080 • wcalvert@centurytel.net

Candy Cane

MOORCLOSE AC -RED VG-88 2-02 305 24,677 3.8 941 3.1 777 Accolade x GP-83 Resurrect Red spring calf by Redman ~ 2nd & 1st Junior 4 Year Old, Res. Senior Champ of the Junior Show & Best Udder of Show, District 3 Show ~ Junior All-WI R&W 4 Year Old

2009 WI Holstein Distinguished Young Breeder 2013 National Dairy Shrine Progressive Dairy Producers 2013 District 3 Premier Exhibitor


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VOLUME 85 No. 8

Features: 10 12 16 18 20 22 24 36

Breeder Profile: Inwood-Hill Farm National Holstein Convention review Remembering John Klossner Wisconsin Championship Show Results All-Wisconsin Winners Junior All-Wisconsin Winners Wisconsin Red & White Championship Show District Show Results

Departments: 8 11 47 48 49 50 52 56

Wisconsin Holstein Briefs From the President: Marci Walker District 6 report & Tank Talk Breeder Business Cards Classified Advertising WHY Page Calendar of Events & Editor’s Comments Index to Advertisers

On The Cover

This month’s cover features the Grand Champion from the 2013 Wisconsin Championship Show - Robrook Goldwyn Cameron, owned by Abbott, Budjon, Vail & Woodmansee of Lomira. Complete show results begin on page 18. 4–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/September 2013

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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: Marci Walker, President (2016)* - 608-432-3223 N9178 Lewiston Station Rd., Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965 Chris McCullough, Vice President (2016)* - 608-934-1425 N2277 Cty. OK, Juda, WI 53550 Paula Bovre, Secretary (2016)* - 920-923-6991 W4226 State Rd. 23 East, Fond du Lac, WI 54937 Todd Borgwardt, Exec. Committee (2016)* - 920-758-3133 12608 Newton Rd., Valders, WI 54245 Kevin Jorgensen, Exec. Committee (2015) - 920-210-3992 801 Winter Ave., Waupun, WI 53963 Bill Calvert (2015) - 608-732-2080 6038 County Rd. J, Cuba City, WI 53807 Dan Cnossen (2014) - 715-302-1327 N4213 Oak Lane, Hatley, WI 54440 Matt Lippert (2015)* - 715-213-9441 5882 Cty. Rd. E, Pittsville, WI 54466 Tracy Nelson (2014) - 715-307-1804 W5364 410th Ave., Ellsworth, WI 54011 Chad Ryan (2014) - 920-960-1449 N4067 Twin Oaks Dr., Fond du Lac, WI 54937 Todd Stanek (2015)* - 715-456-8718 E15265 Hillview Dr., Fall Creek, WI 54742 Kent Wendorf (2014) - 608-689-2201 E4210 Hwy. 56, Viroqua, WI 54665 *WILL HAVE SERVED TWO THREE-YEAR TERMS, INELIGIBLE FOR RE-ELECTION

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Wisconsin Holstein Briefs J At age 28, Theresa Kanable Strub, was diagnosed with stage 2 stomach and kidney cancer. She is the daughter of Greg and Tina Kanable of Spring Green and showed Registered Holstein cattle for 12 years. She resides in Lone Rock, WI with her husband, daughter and son. A benefit is scheduled for November 2 at Arthur’s Supper Club in Spring Green from 2 p.m.-12 a.m. There will be a raffle, live auction, silent auction and pie auction and food from 4:30-8 p.m. and entertainment. Please come and join the family for this fundraiser for Theresa. K The Jerry & Brenda Yager family would like to express thanks and appreciation for the help from fellow exhibitors during the District 3 Show following the loss of our son and brother, Alex Yager. D Congratulations to Bob Behnke and Denise Zygarlicke, who were engaged on July 5 and are planning an October 19 wedding. Bob is owner of Bur-Wall Holsteins/Robert Behnke Farms, LLC, Brooklyn. W Congratulations to Mike & Marcy McCullough, Juda, on their 40th Wedding Anniversary on August 25. They celebrated with a trip to the barn. U Congratulations to Tina Hinchley of Hinchley’s Dairy Farm, Cambridge, who was recently recognized as “Farm Mom of the Year” for the Midwest Region by Monsanto. G Our condolences to the family of John Klossner 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. 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 John Klossner

John R. Klossner, age 19, of the rural New Glarus area passed away on Monday, August 12, 2013 at Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee following an accident at the Wisconsin State Fair on August 3. He was born on October 8, 1993 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Madison

to his parents Richard and Roxanne (Reuter) Klossner. John graduated from New Glarus High School in 2012 and was currently a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison majoring in Dairy Science. He was an active member of the Badger Dairy Club and AGR at UW. John was an accomplished cattle showman and had won many awards. He was very involved in FFA, 4-H, and Junior Holstein Association activities. John also enjoyed the outdoors especially hunting with his dad. His family was also very important to him including his nieces, brother and sister. John is survived by his parents Richard and Roxanne Klossner, a brother Rory (Nicole) Klossner, sister Kristin Klossner, nieces Olivia and Sydney, and grandmothers Harriet Klossner and Judy Reuter. He is further survived by his aunts and uncles Robin Reuter, Rick (Jennine) Reuter, Rolane (Rick) Kuhnen, Rhonda (David) Kimmel, Barbara (Jerry) Waters, Debbie Stampfli, Dave (Jill) Klossner, and Karen (John) Gierhart, and many cousins and friends. He was preceded in death by his grandfathers John R. Klossner and Robert E. Reuter, an aunt Belinda Reuter, and a cousin Brittany Reuter. A memorial fund has been established. An online memorial with guestbook is available at www.bealfuneralhomes.com

Welcome to These New Members Adult members: Emily Parker, Janesville Don Cunningham, Janesville Todd Abraham, Plymouth David Bradley, Mineral Point Jill & Lisi Tauaalo, Lone Rock Doug Borth, Ellsworth Greta Hackbarth, Union Grove Susanne Jackson, Fennimore Kimberly DeVries, Viola Kenna Kirsnis, Brooklyn Lori Gullicksrud, Strum Steve Zastrow, Juneau Tony Senn, Fox Lake Robert & Heather Cook, Barron Ken Szews, Birnamwood

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Exciting News at Weis-Way Dairy

Savage-Leigh Sanchez Lea-ET

John R. Klossner

VG-88 at 2Y, raised to EX-90 at 3Y in July! Dam: Savage-Leigh Leona-ET EX-96 5-05 2x 365 42,050 4.3 1796 3.2 1343

October 8, 1993 August 12, 2013

John Klossner, beloved brother, son, uncle, and friend, left the world far too soon. An incredible & unique individual, his passion for the industry and those around him allowed him to touch the lives of everyone that came to know him. The WI Holstein Association would like to extend condolences to the Klossner family, and thank John for his service to the Wisconsin Junior Holstein Association and the Junior Activities Committee. John was an outstanding role model for the youth of Wisconsin, and his leadership will be greatly missed.

Dan Weis & Family • Union Grove, WI 262-878-9500 • Dan’s cell 847-489-2651 • www.weis-waydairy.com

You’re Invited...

Dane County Holstein Picnic Sunday, September 22 • 12:00 noon Hosted by

Langer Dairy Farm 7812 Helmke rd. DeForest, Wi 53532 Come & see the Langer’s new 60 cow freestall dairy facility, housing all of their Registered and flush cows. • meal, Judging Contest & Farm Tours start at 12:00 noon • meeting & door prize drawing at 2:00 p.m.

Randy & Sue Langer with children Lindsey, Darren, Justin & Jenna

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BREEDER PROFILE

Inwood-Hill Farm Gary & Amy Dammen Family, Argyle By Nicole Smith, WHA Summer Intern

The Dammen Family: Gary, Amber holding Inwood-Hill Dundee Bevin, Mitchell, Katie and Amy holding Inwood-Hill Braxton Scarlet milking daughters in the herd that are descendents of Charity. Inwood-Hill Chick, a Fustead Emory Blitz-ET daughter, was classified VG-88 and made 40,000 pounds of milk last year in her second lactation. Another Charity daughter in the herd is Inwood-Hill Chicko, classified VG-86, and sired by Boss Iron-ET. The family line goes back three generations for Inwood-Hill Damion Cassie. Classified VG-86, her dam is Inwood-Hill Connie. Connie is a VG-88 Gibson daughter out of Inwood-Hill Charlette, another Charity daughter. or the Dammen family of Argyle, Wis., farming is truly a family Continuing to breed Excellent cows that last a long time in the affair. Gary and his wife Amy, along with their three children, herd is a goal for Gary. Not wanting to expand the herd size, it is all Katie, Amber, and Mitchell, show that down-home family values are about focusing on quality genetics for Inwood-Hill. Inwood-Hill not a thing of the past at Inwood-Hill Farm. Gary gained his love of Bonnibel Mark is one such cow that meets the farm goals. Classified farming and Registered Holstein cattle at a young age on his family EX-93, the Bonnibel family tree has produced many productive daughters, including many show farm, Mer-Bet Holsteins in Lafayette County. Working on the family farm animals. Inwood-Hill Brina, another and showing at the Lafayette County Emory daughter out of a VG-87 Fair and the Wisconsin State Fair, Integrity, was classified EX-91. Her Gary learned the values of hard daughter, Inwood-Hill Bonkers, is work and family that he has passed sired by Durham and classified on to his children today. GP-82. Also at GP-82 is Bonkers’ daughter, Inwood-Hill Sanchez Gary began working at the Bentley. Another Brina daughter is farm’s current location, then called Inwood Holsteins, for John Auestad Inwood-Hill Biscuit. Sired by before becoming part owner in Durham, Biscuit is classified VG-88 1983. After John’s dispersal sale, and made 30,000 pounds of milk in Gary began a whole new herd and her last lactation. Biscuit’s daughter, started the prefix of Inwood-Hill. In Inwood-Hill Dundee Bevin, was a 1993, after ten years of renting, very successful show animal for Gary bought the farm. The 75 cow Katie. Bevin was named Junior Registered Holstein herd is located Champion at the Green County just outside of Argyle, on the edge Fair and Reserve Junior Champion of Green County. The first animal at the District 6 Holstein Show. As Inwood-Hill Mimi VG-87 to be born under the new prefix was a two year old, Bevin was classified Inwood-Hill Mimi, a MJR BlackVG-87 and made 20,000 pounds of star Emory-ET daughter that was milk in her second lactation. classified VG-87 as a two year old The Dammen family has had a and was pictured by Select Sires. lot of success in the show ring, Mimi began the tradition of breedexhibiting animals at Green County ing quality Registered Holsteins at Dairy Days, Green County Fair, the Inwood-Hill Farm. District 6 Holstein Show, Wisconsin Another foundation cow that Championship Show, Wisconsin has increased the genetics of the State Fair, and World Dairy Expo. herd over the years is Inwood-Hill The family credits many of their Charity. Charity is an Ocean-View friends in the dairy industry with Dixiecrat daughter from a VG-86 helping them to get started and be Round Oak Rag Apple Elevation. successful in the show ring. They After 18 years as a productive have dubbed Tim Natzke of Fond du member of the herd, Charity died Lac and Chris McCullough of Green with 325,000 pounds of milk lifeCounty as their ‘show coaches.’ time to her credit and was classified “We have learned a lot and Inwood-Hill Bonnibel Mark EX-93 EX-90. There are currently ten could not have gotten where we are

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Auction at the Green County Fair. Amy is today without the help of our friends and in charge of bookkeeping on the farm and fellow showmen,” said Gary. Inwood-Hill Braxton Scarlet, exhibteaches four year old kindergarten at Argyle Elementary School. ited by Mitchell, topped the winter calf Though they keep a busy schedule, the class this year at the Green County Fair, kids always make time to help out on the placed 4th at the Wisconsin State Fair, and farm, whether it is feeding calves, helping is slated to show in October at World with milking, or field work. Inwood-Hill Dairy Expo. Scarlet is a daughter of consists of 220 acres owned and 200 acres Inwood-Hill Suri, who is classified VG-87. rented with a total of 350 acres of cropInwood-Hill Sweetie helped make the land. They raise all of their own feed and Dammen family’s debut at World Dairy do most of their own field work while Expo when Katie exhibited her as a fall hiring out the combining and big square yearling in 2007. Besides showing at Expo, baling. Gary doesn’t feed a TMR, instead Sweetie was named Junior Champion of he feeds haylage, corn silage, baled hay, the Green County Fair and Green County corn and protein to their cows. The cows Dairy Days. Sweetie, a Gibson daughter Inwood-Hill Sweetie are milked two times a day in the tie-stall out of Inwood-Hill Stephenie, was scored barn. The herd’s production averages GP-83 as a two year old. Amber also between 20,000-22,000 pounds of milk showed a summer yearling at World Dairy with a 3.6% fat and a 3.0% protein. The Expo that year, Inwood-Hill Felechia, and herd currently has a BAA of 107%. stood 7th in the class. Felechia, an Advent Gary uses a variety of sires in his daughter from a VG-85 Eland, scored breeding program including Atwood, VG-86 after calving in. Fever, Goldsun, Gold Chip, Aftershock, Besides exhibiting quality Registered Damion, Braxton, and Durham. Calves Holsteins, Amber has always had an are housed in a 40 x 120 foot calf barn affinity for Brown Swiss and exhibited where they start in individual pens. They Browns Divas Dolly this year. Dolly was are moved to group pens until breeding named Junior Champion at the Green age, when they can go in the freestalls and County Fair, was 1st in her class at the to pasture. The herd is mainly grown from Wisconsin Junior State Fair and Green within, with the occasional purchase of County Dairy Days, and will be showing show animals with good pedigrees. They in the summer yearling class at Expo this also sell an animal here and there to year. Though they have had many Inwood-Hill Felechia promote the farm. One such consignshowing successes, the Dammen’s have their eye on the prize with a goal of exhibiting a winning animal at ment, Inwood-Hill Jasper Memphis, topped the Dual County Sale in 2011. Memphis, now owned by Jordyn Kamps, is classified EX-90, Wisconsin State Fair or World Dairy Expo. All three kids are also very active on the home farm and in the and is from an EX-90 Durham, Inwood-Hill Montana. Gary also dairy industry. Katie, Amber, and Mitchell are all members of the raises and sells breeding age bulls to private dairymen. Gary and Amy Green County Junior Holstein Association, Dougherty Creek 4-H have been recognized for their hard work by receiving the Jaycee’s Club, and Argyle FFA. Katie, 19, attends the University of Wisconsin- Young Farmer Award and the Green County Holstein Association’s Madison and is majoring in nursing. Amber, 17, will be a junior at Outstanding Younger Breeder Award. Argyle High School where she is involved in basketball, softball, and Over the years, the Dammen family has come to understand just dancing. Mitchell, 14, will be a freshman at Argyle High School and how tight knit the dairy community really is. “We have met some of is active in football, basketball, and baseball. Gary and Amy are also our best friends through showing and Holstein Association events,” very active in the community, both serving terms on the Adams says Gary. “We are very thankful for all of the help we have received Lutheran Church Board. Gary has served two terms on the Green from others and to be a part of such a great industry.” County Holstein Board and was influential in starting the Dairy Youth

From your President Marci Walker Dear Wisconsin Holstein Members, As the dairy days of summer wind down, I’d like to thank our staff: Nicole Smith - Summer Intern, Laura Wackershauser - Wisconsin Holstein News Editor, Sharon Maffei - Membership Coordinator, Ashley Yager - Public Relations Associate and Larry Nelson - Executive Director. They have done a super job transitioning as a new team and providing great events, communications and assistance to our membership. I also want to thank the JACs and Princesses for all of their miles, smiles, work and efforts this summer, you are a great team. Thank you! The Finance Committee met just recently and are happy to report that we are very financially stable half way through our financial year. We've had some great district shows this summer with 1,352 head shown and a super competitive state show with 222 head shown, which is up about 20 head from last year and the most cows we’ve had go through the ring in five years. This summer we board members we’ve been approached with a few different ideas for future state show locations of which we will be discussing in our September board meeting. The

summer shows were topped off with a very well organized and elegant Futurity at the Wisconsin State Fair that shares a peek of our lives as breeders with the public. Thank you to every one of the Siemers family members for hosting our State Holstein Picnic. We appreciate your family and staff going above and beyond in preparation and thoughtfulness to ensure we had top notch hospitality, phenomenal classes to judge and fun! The September chance to win an Oh My Cow Pie Trivia; How many Junior All-American Nominations did Wisconsin have in 1990? All correct entries received via email by August 15 will be considered for a random drawing of an Oh My Cow Pie. Our Wisconsin Holstein Association membership is about learning new ideas, sharing what‘s worked and what hasn’t worked as Holstein breeders, dairy bowl competitions, judging, managerial project animals, ag Olympics, showing, merchandising, the sales arena, skills development and most importantly camaraderie. As one Junior Holstein member stated during our time of grieving for John Klossner, “I think today is the day we are realizing how close, strong, and united the young agriculturalists in Wisconsin are.” Thank you John for the positive Holstein hoof prints you’ve left with us. Your President, Marci Walker walkerajm@gmail.com wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/September 2013-11


National Holstein Convention 2013 Holstein Association USA Holds 128th Annual Meeting in Indianapolis

Brattleboro, VT: Holstein Association USA members met for their 128th Annual Business Meeting on July 10 and 11, as a part of the 2013 National Holstein Convention in Indianapolis, Ind. President Chuck Worden presided over the meeting, during which members heard reports from the president, CEO and treasurer, discussed current issues relating to the breed and Association, and delegates elected new officers and directors to the board. State of the Association Members in attendance heard reports presented by President Chuck Worden and Chief Executive Officer John M. Meyer, highlighting current Association and industry issues, and discussing where the Association’s sights are set for the future. Worden began by reflecting on the opportunities he has had as an officer of Holstein Association USA to travel the world and see the influence U.S. genetics have on the global Holstein population. “These opportunities gave me the chance to see and understand how our GTPI® has become the ‘gold standard’ for genetic indexes around the world. It also made me realize how many of our friends and allies look up to Holstein USA for leadership.” He continued, “As the largest dairy breed organization in the world, it is up to us to help raise all breed associations up and support their efforts to lead their dairy industries and serve their members. Establishing and maintaining the importance of breed organizations around the world helps strengthen us all.” Addressing the changing dynamics of our industry, Worden stated, “The use of genomics as a selection tool hasn't changed the need to collect large amounts of phenotypic data, but it may change what data is used and the way in which it is collected. We must work to preserve the system we have and find ways to protect our unbiased gold standard. Continuing to improve the quality of all data used in the system will help raise the reliabilities of our genomic predictions.” In his State of the Association address, CEO Meyer highlighted some key areas of Association performance in 2012. “The momentum of steady increases in registrations continues,” Meyer reported. “Registrations totaled 362,669, up 2,520 over 2011 totals. It is interesting to note that ten years ago in 2002, we registered 315,488 head. Because of you and the world’s most profitable cow, the U.S. Registered Holstein®, registrations have increased 47,181 in the last ten years.” Another exciting statistic reported was 2012’s increase in members. “One of the best barometers for measuring the success of a member organization is to look at new membership growth. New adult membership rose by three percent, as we welcomed 629 new adult members, and junior membership increased by eight percent, as 966 juniors joined our ranks. These numbers bode well for the future of this great Association!” Meyer closed on a positive note, saying, “When you get right down to it, the Holstein Association is not just a cow business; it is a people business. The majority of you have gained much more from the Holstein Association than is recorded on the dollar side of your own operation’s ledger or that of your Association. Through the Holstein Association, you have gained friends you may have never met without your common interest in Registered Holstein cattle. Many of these special friendships will last a lifetime.” “You have gained fond memories of cattle, people, places, special events, national conventions, and experiences that are not available to the uninvolved,” Meyer continued. “The greatest gain, however, might be in the personal satisfaction each and every one of you has from the knowledge that you have contributed to the well-being and improvement of the United States Registered Holstein herd, which is the most coveted in the world!” Videos of the complete CEO’s and president’s addresses can be found online at www.youtube.com/HolsteinUSA. New Officers and Directors Elected It was the responsibility of the delegate body to elect new officers and directors to fill six openings on the Holstein Association USA board of directors. Glen E. Brown, Utah, was elected president after completing a two-year term as vice president, and Gordie Cook, Mass., was the successful vice presidential candidate. Incumbents elected to a second three-year term on the board of directors include 12–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/September 2013

Peter B. Waterman, Maine, representing Region 1; Gayle Carson, Tenn., for Region 4; and Corey Geiger, Wis., in the At-Large seat. Elected to his first three-year term on the board was Mark Kerndt, Iowa, representing Region 6. The 2014 National Holstein Convention will be held June 2528, 2014, in Dubuque, Iowa. For more National Holstein Convention coverage, visit the official Holstein Association USA Convention blog at http://2013holsteinconvention.blogspot.com.

Holstein Association USA Honors Accomplished Breeders and Industry Icons

Holstein Association USA honored members during the closing banquet on July 11 at the 2013 National Holstein Convention. These award recipients have all worked for the betterment of U.S. Registered Holsteins® and been involved members of the Association. Ryans honored as Distinguished Young Holstein Breeders Chad and Amy Ryan of Fond du Lac, Wis., were honored as Holstein Association USA’s 2013 Distinguished Young Holstein Breeders. This award is given annually to a Holstein Association USA member or partnership of members between the ages of 21 and 40, recognizing the significant accomplishments of young Registered Holstein breeders, and their commitment to preserving the dairy industry and achieving excellence in their daily lives. Honorees receive paid travel and lodging expenses to the National Holstein Convention and a $2,000 cash award. Ryan-Vu Holsteins consists of 95 Registered Holstein cows, milked twice a day in their tiestall barn. A Holstein COMPLETE® herd, the Ryans participate in the full spectrum of Holstein Association USA programs, which they feel help add value to their cattle and aid in their marketing efforts. They classify regularly and currently have a BAA of 111.9%, with 45 Excellent cows, 42 scored Very Good and three Good Plus, ranking them second in the nation for their herd size. The farm has received Progressive Breeders Registry™ recognition three years, have five cows who have earned Gold Medal Dam™ honors, and three Dams of Merit™. Chad’s parents, Mark and Mary, are involved with the farm on a daily basis, and Chad and Amy are enjoying introducing their two young sons, Dylan and Cameron, to their dairy farming way of life. Chad and Amy enjoy moderate-sized cows with a balanced combination of dairyness and strength, who are functionally sound and trouble-free. Their ultimate goal for each mating is to develop an Excellent cow who will produce over 200,000 pounds of milk. Thus far, they have had ten cows achieve the 200,000 pound milestone, including an Excellent-92 Maughlin Storm daughter who made over 400,000 pounds of milk in 12 lactations. They believe that working with strong cow families on both sides of the pedigree is key to developing a long-lasting productive herd of cows, and have invested in some of the breed’s greatest cow families, using embryo transfer and IVF to more rapidly grow their herd. Chad and Amy enjoy giving their time to a variety of activities, especially those that involve working with youth. They are coaches of the Fond du Lac county 4-H dairy judging team, and Amy volunteers annually at the International Junior Holstein Show as a ringperson.


Both active with their county and state Holstein Associations, Chad was elected to the Wisconsin Holstein Association board in 2010, and is currently co-chairing both the Midwest Spring National Holstein Show and Scholarship committees. The couple says, “As our sons grow up, we always see Registered Holsteins playing a large role in our future, as we look forward to guiding them and offering them the same opportunities this industry has brought us.”

Holstein Association USA Recognizes Outstanding Junior Breeders

Holstein Association USA recognized several Junior members for their notable accomplishments of breeding and owning high performing Holstein cattle, during the recent National Junior Holstein Convention, July 7-11, in Indianapolis, Ind. Six different awards are distributed based on type and milk production, designed to reward and encourage Junior members to continue achieving high standards in their Registered Holstein breeding programs. Junior Holstein membership is open to any interested youth who is under 21 years of age. National Breeder of an Excellent Cow The Breeder of an Excellent Cow award is presented to Junior members who have bred and owned a cow officially classified Excellent on or after Jan. 1, 2011. The 2013 recipients from Wisconsin were: Charles Hamilton, Jessica Pralle, Nicole Pralle & Ryan Pralle.

milk in her lifetime. This year’s honoree from Wisconsin was Crystal Siemers-Peterman. National 200,000 Pound Cow Award The National 200,000 Pound Cow Award honors youth owning a cow who has surpassed the milestone of producing 200,000 pounds of milk in her lifetime. Receiving the award this year are: Jessica Pralle, Ryan Pralle, and Tony Weier.

Other Highlights from the National Convention:

• Jordan Siemers elected to the National JAC • Matt Lippert selected as one of four adult advisors to the National JAC • National DJM Finalist - Charlie Hamilton • National DJM Semi-Finalists - Breinne Hendrickson & Katie Wendorf • National YDJM - Austin Nauman • Jordan Siemers was 2nd place in the Intermediate Division of Dairy Jeopardy • Corey Geiger, elected to a second term as director at-large to the National Holstein Board. • Herd of Excellence Winners - David Bachmann (Pinehurst Farms), Sheboygan, Joseph A. Brantmeier (Hilrose Holsteins), Sherwood, Thomas J. Kestell (Ever-Green-View Farms), Waldo • Star of the Breed - Siemers Alisha Gold Ava-ETS, Crystal Siemers-Peterman

National Breeder of a Multiple E Excellent Cow The Breeder of a Multiple E Excellent Cow award is received by Junior members who have bred and owned a cow who has been designated with additional “E’s” throughout her lifetime. Earning this award from Wisconsin was Charles Hamilton. National Junior Progressive Breeder The National Junior Progressive Breeder honor recognizes cattle bred by Junior members that meet high production and classification standards for their age group. Every cow qualifying receives a star and Junior members acquire a star for each cow they have bred which meets the criteria. Those accumulating five or more stars over their career are presented with a plaque during the National Junior Holstein Convention. 2013 is the twentieth year Holstein youth have had the opportunity to apply for this award. Earning their first star are: Jacob Siemers & Joshua Siemers Three-star honorees: Nicole Pralle, and Austin Vandertie Six-star honorees: Jordan Siemers. Earning her eleventh star is Crystal Siemers-Peterman 19-star honorees: Jessica Pralle & Ryan Pralle National 30,000 Pound Cow Award The National 30,000 Pound Cow award is presented to youth owning a cow who has produced over 30,000 pounds of milk in 305 days or less, between May 2011 and May 2013. This year’s recipients from Wisconsin were: Charles Hamilton, Jessica Pralle, Nicole Pralle, Ryan Pralle, Connor Siemers, Jacob Siemers, Jordan Siemers, Josh Siemers, Lauren Siemers, Crystal Siemers-Peterman, Austin Vandertie and Nicole Wright.

National 150,000 Pound Cow Award The National 150,000 Pound Cow award is earned by Junior members who own a cow who has produced over 150,000 pounds of

Top to Bottom - WI juniors attending the National Convention, Manitowoc County represented WI for Junior Dairy Bowl; Green County represented WI for Senior Dairy Bowl wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/September 2013-13


Immel Insurance & Financial Services Holstein Futurity

The Cow Palace at the Fond du Lac Fairgrounds was the location of the 2013 Immel Insurance & Financial Services Holstein Futurity. Seven 5-year-olds were shown. First place went to Gildale Advent Primrose owned by Kayli, Kalista and Kaianne Hodorff & Nicholas Schuster, Eden, Wisconsin. Primrose also took home first place Best Udder and top Junior owned animal of both shows. Best Bred & Owned was Westphalia Advent Angelic owned by Charles Westphal and top production recognition in the 5-year-old class went to Burledge Fortune X-cursion owned by Ray and Rae Nell Halbur First place in the 2-year-old class went to Ragnar Durham SarahET owned by Brandon & Shi Ferry and Kurt & Sarah Loehr. Durham Sarah also won Best Udder. Best Bred and Owned was won by Ryan-Vu Durham Decision owned by Chad & Mark Ryan. Twenty 2-year-olds showed in all. Best Dressed Female was Courtney McCourt leading for Dan & Jeff Liner and Best Dressed Male went to Joe Casper leading for Westphalia Farm. Mike Duckett of Rudolph, Wisconsin was the judge. Major sponsor is Immel Insurance & Financial Services of Fond du Lac. Other sponsors include FDL County Holstein Association, FDL Co. Ag Society, Wood’s Floral and Gifts, Frey Livestock Trucking, Badgerland Financial, Holiday, Chrysler, Dodge Jeep, IBA Distributor, Tari Costello and United Cooperative.

2-year-old Winner: (back row l-r) Mike Immel, Immel Insurance & Financial Services, major sponsor; Mike Duckett, judge; Ragnar Durham Sarah; Shi & Brandon Ferry, Sarah & Kurt Loehr, owners; front l-r; Emily Ries, FDL Co. Fairest of the Fair; Morgan Behnke, WHA Princess; Crystal SiemersPeterman, WHA Princess Attendant; Lori and Caroline Powers, trophy sponsor

5-year-old Winner: (back row l-r) Charles Westphal, trophy sponsor; Kaianne, Kaydence, Kayli & Kalista Hodorff, owners; Mike Duckett, judge; Gildale Advent Primrose*RC; Nicholas Schuster, owner; Sarah & Kurt Loehr trophy sponsor; Mike Immel, Immel Insurnace & Financial Services, major sponsor; Mark Ryan, trophy sponsor; front row l-r; Emily Ries, FDL Co. Fairest of the Fair; Morgan Behnke, WHA Princess; Crystal Seimers Peterman, WHA Princess Attendant

You’re Invited to spend the day with us... Waupaca-Waushara Holstein Picnic Saturday, October 12 11:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. followed by the Wilstar Open House & Tag Sale beginning at approximately 3:00 p.m. Activities include... • Roundtable discussion at 1:00 with Dave Selner as moderator, “Adding Value to the Registered Holstein” • Judging Contest • Kids’ games • Silent Auction and more!!!

The kind offered on the Tag Sale:

Ms Alexander Louie-ET EX-90 at 3Y 1-11 365 30,013 4.0 1192 3.0 889 (true protein) - from the Toystory/Trump family 14–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/September 2013

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Willis & Carla Gunst, Cathryn & Christopher 3687 30th Drive, Pine River, WI 54965 920.858.9367 Willis cell


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From Your WHA Royalty – Remembering John Klossner John Robert Klossner lived an incredible life, and although short, he had a beautiful ride. John embraced his uniqueness, and it made him magnetic to those around him. With an obsession with Holsteins, hunting, fitting, and SpongeBob, John impacted the lives of so many, in his beautiful 19 years of life. Aside from being a full-time comedian, best friend, a Holstein World connoisseur, and Jared Niemann’s biggest fan, above all - John was a teacher. If there was one thing that we loved more than watching him become great at something, it was watching him share what he knew with anyone that would listen, especially the kids. He taught us countless things that we’ll never let go of. John loved and had so much passion for the ones around him. He loved his family deeply, and, while it’s no secret that John and Kristin had a bond second to none, it is obvious that his sense of humor was nearly all thanks to his big brother, Rory. The two proudest days of John’s life was when Olivia and Sydney were born. John was so excited to be an uncle and even more excited to be a Godfather. John would specifically go matchbox car shopping in the name of beating his 3-year-old niece at racing. John never took mercy on any of his competition, even if they wore pigtails and still drank out of a sippy-cup. John admired his parents the most. He always told us how mama Rox was so amazing, so supportive, so loving. He looked up to his father, and told us several times what a dedicated and humble man he was. He always said his family was “everything he ever could want.” John touched the lives of everyone who came to know him. We both know that at WI Holstein Events, although we could wear a crown all day, John was truly the most loved person there. Kids adored him, whether it was his dry humor, or even his smile and his memorable laugh; no one could compete with John. When we received our titles in January, there was never a brother more proud of his girls. I (Morgan) was so excited to get to spend my year with my big/little brother as we road-tripped across the state as a Princess and JAC. One particular event, lead us to the boonies of Wisconsin - which could only mean cow camp - where midway through our drive, John and I took a break from car karaoke, John’s milk replacer flavored air freshener, and probably most importantly, driving, to stop at a gas station that specialized in three things, none of which being a certain petroleum product. Inside this shack of a gas station were wall to wall dream catchers, wolf statuary, and best of all ‘I love my (insert a dog breed here)’ car magnets. Naturally, we picked the ugliest magnet we could find, a huge glowing poodle with stars in its eyes and saved it for just such an occasion. Meanwhile, back on the bumpiest roads of northern Wisconsin where you can easily go 30 miles without seeing another gas station, our bladders began to expand. When we finally couldn’t take it any longer, we pulled off to a cornfield with a pair of bushes in the middle. As John and I sprinted to our designated bushes, he left me with the wise words of “leaves of three, leave them be!” And, if you’re wondering, John and I did get the satisfaction of watching Nick drive off into the sunset with world’s ugliest car magnet stuck to his tailgate. Because of our time spent together, we were able to learn some valuable life lessons that John lived by. #1 DON’T BE A POSER, BE YOURSELF John wrote, “Posers build their rep on likes and made up stories that happen so differently from the truth, that it makes Osama bin Laden look like a trustworthy guy.” John was never afraid to tell the truth. If he didn’t like something, he’d tell you. For example, you could never convince him to love color breeds. “Jerseys are my kryptonite,” he’d say. John valued the truth, and would never lie to you. He surrounded himself with trustworthy people, and was a great secret-keeper. 16–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/September 2013

John believed in being himself with no apologies, and thank goodness for that. There is something really special about a friend that is honest enough to look you dead in the eye and call you stupid more than once in a day, and then call you on his home phone that night for three and a half hours just to talk sire summaries and end the conversation with ‘love ya, kid’. John never pretended to be anyone except for himself and that’s something truly irreplaceable. #2 BE A GREAT FRIEND John knew how to make friends, and he was great at it. John always looked forward to meeting new people, and was always down for a good time. He loved each and every one of us, and truly valued his friendships. He was so reliable. He also knew that just because you didn’t show up to the same family reunions, didn’t mean you weren’t family. He really had a special way of adopting people into his life as so much more than just a best friend. Because of John, Taylor and I (Morgan) got to have the brother we always wanted. The one that pushed us around, pulled hair, locked our shoes in safes (and forgot the code), taught us how to properly pair and eat Skittles, get yelled at by hotel management, quote a good movie, greet pizza boys, how to handle a prank call gone wrong, and what in the world a duck fajita is, among so, so, many other applicable life lessons. He didn’t just get the title of “World’s Best Brother;” he earned it. #3 LIVE WITH PASSION John described his show experience in these simple words - “I’m in pain, over-tired, hated and love it all because this is what I do.” John loved what he did, and did it with passion. He’d work for hours on his heifer, Style. My mom (Crystal’s) told John that Style needed to lose weight at the Wisconsin State Show in July. John then told me how he walked her every day, three times a day, washed her every day, and fed her the right feed to get her perfect for the Wisconsin State Fair. He was never afraid of hard work. John knew that opportunity came in the form of hard work, and work hard he did. He’d tackle any project with a smile (well, maybe not with a smile, but he would tackle that project), and go above and beyond what was required all while making everyone around him laugh. It was so, so wonderful being able to watch ringside as John’s dreams came true during this year’s show season, and if anyone ever deserved the whole world, it was John. No friendship is more true than watching your best friend annihilate you in the summer yearling class at county fair and then high-five-ing them on the way back to the barn with a stupid grin on your face. He truly inspired everyone around him, and with his passing, takes a piece of our hearts with him. John was so full of life; he could light up an entire room with his presence. Although he won’t be here to hold our hand, give us encouraging words, or even just talk ridiculously, he will always be here in spirit. Although our friendship was cut much too short, we feel content knowing that we have loved this deeply. Every one of us gained a special angel. So whether you couldn’t pronounce Uncle John, gave him a different middle name, or just called him John, let’s celebrate John’s life the way he would have wanted. Let us never forget to be every bit of ourselves, be the friend you wish you had, and to live with a passion, whatever it may be. In closing, here is one last quote from John: “As of late I have been shown that life is too short to hold grudges, too short to live without all you got. Whether you’re a good friend, boyfriend, girlfriend, new friend or old friend, remember friends come first. There’s no goodbyes, just see you laters.” See you later we will, friend. Morgan and Crystal


A huge Badger thank you to all our sponsors, auction donors and buyers who made the 2013 Dairy Science Dave Dickson Memorial Golf Classic such a huge success! ABS Global AgSource Cooperative Services Alltech Animart Badger Dairy Club Balchem BMO Harris Bank Bob Kaiser Bonnie Mohr Studio BouMatic Cattle Connection Chris Keim Chuck Ripp Cowz R Us Consulting/Heller Farm, Inc. Crave Brothers Farm LLC Crave Brothers Farmstead Cheese LLC Darin & Kim Bremmer Dave Combs David J. Thompson Trust David P. Dickson Estate Department of Dairy Science Diamond V Don Meyer Earl Sharman East Central /Select Sires Ecosyl Products, Inc. Elanco Animal Health Foremost Farms USA Francis C Heller Grande Cheese Green Bay Packers James Bailey Jill Stump Jim Hoskens John Prososki John Taulien Jon Pesko Juanita Kasuboski Kari Kuehl Kate VandenBosch Kelsey Fink Kevin Klahn Kim Keesey

Lallemand Animal Nutrition Land o Lakes Animal Milk/Purina Animal Nutrition Larson Acres Laurie Winkelman Mark Boyke Merial Ltd. Mike Larson Milk Products Mycogen Nancy Hilmanowski Nutriad Inc. Pat Hogrefe Perdue Ag Solutions LLC-Precision Dairy Nutrition ProAgtive Technologies Professional Dairy Producers of WI QualiTech, Inc. Ric Grummer Robert Hagenow Rock River Laboratory, Inc. Rowbotham Farms RP Feed Components Sandy Larson Scott Armbrust Soy Best SoyPlus/SoyChlor T.C. Products Company Ted and Sandy Halbach Tina McDonald Todd Kronberg and Erik Olstad Tom Lorenzen United Pride Dairy LLC University Ridge Vi-COR Virtus Nutrition Vita Plus Corporation W.D. Hoard & Sons Co. Waunakee Vet Service Westway Feed Products WI Milk Marketing Board Wisconsin ET Vets Zinpro

The event raised $30,000 to support the department’s student scholarship program, dairy judging and dairy challenge teams. Save Wed., May 21, 2014 to attend next year’s Golf Classic! Department of Dairy Science 1675 Observatory Drive Contact: Cathy Rook Phone: (608) 263-3308 • E-mail: rook@wisc.edu wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/September 2013-17


2013 Wisconsin Championship Show

The 54th annual Wisconsin Championship Show was held cleanliness through her head, neck and front end along with her Monday and Tuesday, July 15 and 16 in Lancaster. The Grant County development of frame. Holstein Breeders hosted a great show, providing great facilities and Selected as Grand Champion of the Junior Show was Rachel wonderful hospitality. Judge Callum McKinven placed 222 head over McCullough’s winning Senior 2-Year-Old. Reserve Champion of the the two day show including 124 heifers and 98 cows. Junior Show was Jordan Siemers’ 150,000 lb. Cow, Siemers Dunde Grand Champion honors went to the winning 4-Year-Old, Hilda 8669-ET. Judge McKinven said “I don’t know anywhere you Robrook Goldwyn Cameron exhibited by Abbott, Budjon, Vail and could go in the world to have quality like this in a junior show. These Woodmansee of Lomira. Selected as Reserve Grand Champion was the cows are just what I’m looking for - balance and quality and they spell Intermediate Champion, Ehrhardt milk. This 2-year-old can compete Gold Beauty-ET exhibited by Peter & with the best of the best and has an Lyn Vail and Budjon Farms, Lomira. advantage in conformation over this When selecting his champion, Judge great production cow.” McKinven commented “I don’t know Premier Exhibitor honors went to anywhere on earth with this kind of Mike & Julie Duckett with Scientific quality. Great cows with great people Holsteins being named Premier and outstanding fitting.” He selected Breeder. Congratulations to all of the the Senior Champion as Grand saying exhibitors and thank you to the Grant she was an amazing cow that looked County Holstein Breeders and all of tremendous with a deep body, so much the show and trophy sponsors that dairyness and length throughout. He helped make the show a success. loved the quality and balance of the Reserve Champion and commented Left to right: Grand Champion, Intermediate & Reserve Grand Following are the top 5 placings in each that she had just a little more silk and class, along with other award winners. For Champion & Reserve Senior Champion was cleaner throughout than the more results, visit the WHA website at HM Champion, the Reserve Senior www.wisholsteins.com. Champion, Benrise Goldwyn JoJo, Spring Calf, exhibitors age 10 & also exhibited by Peter & Lyn Vail and Under (12): 1. (1st Jr, B&O) Siemers Budjon Farms. Reserve Intermediate Goldsun Haya-ET, C,J,J,J,C&L Champion was the winning Senior Siemers, Newton 2. (2nd Jr) Kishholm 2-Year-Old, Rock-N-Hill-II Atwoo Absolute Amazin, Lauren & Gavin Crisco owned by Rachel McCullough Kishman & Grant Fremstad, Lone of Juda. Rock 3. (3rd Jr) Bella-Ridge Gins Beauty-ET, Jacob, Logan & Madison Junior Champion of the Show Harbaugh & Adella Loehr, Marion was Hammertime Windbrook Reno 4. (4th Jr) Moorclose Goldfsh Sweetowned by Nick & Jessica Sarbacker & tart, Madison, Mckenzie & Payton Matt & Lauren Evangelo, Fitchburg. Calvert, Cuba City 5. (5th Jr) LynReserve Junior Champion was BellaView Alex Ashanti-ET owned by Left to right: HM Junior Champion (2nd place Spring Yearling), Vale Goldsun Glaze-ET, Cole, Ava, Campbell & Royce Booth, Plymouth Paige Vossekuil of Brandon. Judge Junior Champion & Reserve Junior Champion McKinven selected the winning Spring Calf (9): 1. (B&O) TrentSpring Yearling as champion heifer, commenting “She has so much Way Tamikos Taffy-ET, Trent Hendrickson, Belleville 2. (1st Jr) quality and balance - you can’t get a bad look at her. She has more Siemers Goldsun Haya-ET, C,J,J,J,C&L Siemers, Newton 3. (2nd Jr, width and depth than this beautiful Summer Yearling that will go a JrB&O) BHHD Sid Legacy, Nicole Ballweg & Karlee Ketelboeter, long way with her quality feet and legs and frame.” Dane 4. Ms Duckett Alexander Stacey, Don Rottinghaus & Mike & Vossekuil’s Summer Yearling was also named Junior Champion Julie Duckett, Rudolph 5. (3rd Jr) Kishholm Absolute Amazin, of the Junior Show, followed by Siemers Gsun Haya-Dream-ET, Lauren & Gavin Kishman & Grant Fremstad, Lone Rock owned by Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Conner & Lauren Siemers of Winter Calf (19): 1. (B&O) Siemers Sid Scarlett-ET, C,J,J,J,C&L Newton. Judge McKinven commended the juniors for their hard work Siemers, Newton 2. Siemers Fever Hia Glam-ET, C,J,J,J,C&L and for bringing out a great group of heifers. He selected the Summer Siemers, Newton 3. Ryan-Geiger GW Atwd Reaction, Jordan & Yearling as champion because of her femininity, angularity and Whitney Ebert, Algoma 4. (1st Jr) Budjon-JK Damion Eklipse-ET,

Grand Champions: Judge Callum McKinven, John Cull, WHA Princess Morgan Behnke, Kelli Cull with Robrook Goldwyn Cameron, Tom Cull with Ehrhardt Gold Beauty-ET, Peter Vail and WHA Princess Attendant Crystal Siemers-Peterman. 18–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/September 2013

Grand Champions of the Junior Show: Judge Callum McKinven, WHA Princess Morgan Behnke, Rachel McCullough with Rock-NHill-II Atwoo Crisco, Jordan Siemers with Siemers Dunde Hilda 8669-ET and WHA Princess Attendant Crystal Siemers-Peterman.


Lindsey Sarbacker, Edgerton 5. Ebert-Ent Attic Loreal-ET, Lynn & Sara Harbaugh & Chad & Amy Ryan, Marion (2nd Jr) Jenny-Lou Braxton 3471, Kyle, Allison, Kayla, & Lauren Breunig, Sauk City (JrB&O) Hillpine Goldsun Awaken, Ryan Lauber, Union Grove Fall Calf (24): 1. (B&O) Hilrose Hero Raelynn, Jeff Brantmeier, Sherwood 2. Siemers Damion Scar-Let-ET, C,J,J,J,C&L Siemers, Newton 3. Crave Reg Genevieve 7486-ET, Roseanne Crave, Waterloo 4. (1st Jr) Siemers Gsun Haya-Dream-ET, C,J,J,J,C&L Siemers, Newton 5. Overland Atwood Liza, Milk Source LLC, Kaukauna (2nd Jr) WI Fischerdale Damion Rambo, Sara Griswold, Black Earth Summer Yearling (19): 1. (1st Jr) Bella-View Alex Ashanti-ET, Paige Vossekuil, Brandon 2. (B&O) Bella-View Angels Apple-ET, Lynn & Sara Harbaugh & Cory & Cara Biely, Marion 3. Bella-View Goldwyn Julip-ET, Lynn & Sara Harbaugh, Marion 4. Ms Opportunity Lauryn-Red-ET, C,J,J,J,C&L Siemers, Newton 5. Tree-Hayven Damin Pieper-ET, Adam Borchert, Auburndale (2nd Jr) Willows-Edge Damion Alpine, Jordan & Claire Van Dyk, New Richmond Spring Yearling (17): 1. Hammertime Windbrook Reno, N & J Sarbacker & M & L Evangelo, Fitchburg 2. (B&O) Indianhead Golden Girl, Robert Schauf, Barron 3. Stranshome Sid Skylar-ET, Austin Yoder & Matthias Swartzentruber, Lomira 4. Oeh-My Dempsey Molly, Chase & Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford 5. (1st Jr) Milksource Windbrk Aneko-ET, Cole, Ava, Campbell & Royce Booth, Plymouth (2nd Jr, JrB&O) Willows-Edge Atwood Lydia, Claire Van Dyk, New Richmond Winter Yearling (13): 1. Ms Gold Chip Britelite-ET, Siemers Holsteins, Newton 2. (B&O) Budjon-JK-Glaz-Way Erin-ET, Budjon, Glaz-Way & MD Luckylady, Lomira 3. (1st Jr) Siemers Guthre Hayasdoll-ET, C,J,J,J,C&L Siemers, Newton 4. Hilrose Guthrie Peanut-ET, Pure Pride Holsteins, Menomonie 5. Ms Damion Jasper, Badtke, Kamps, Roloff, Shullsburg (2nd Jr) Rock-N-Hill-II Astero Crumb, Rachel McCullough, Juda Fall Yearling (11): 1. (B&O) Rock-N-Hill Circuit Marion, Lea McCullough, Juda 2. Phoenix Gr Gloria, C,J,J,J,C&L Siemers, Newton 3. (1st Jr) Rock-N-Hill Garret Liz, Garrett Lederman, Brodhead 4. (2nd Jr) Siemers Dstry Sunraygal-ET, Hailey Jauquet & Mike & Megan Moede, Algoma 5. Siemers Brax Fear-Hot-ET, Pure Pride Holsteins, Menomonie Junior Champion Bred & Owned, Junior Show: Hillpine Goldsun Awaken, Ryan Lauber, Union Grove Junior Champion, Junior Show: Bella-View Alex Ashanti-ET, Paige Vossekuil, Brandon Reserve Junior Champion, Junior Show: Siemers Gsun HayaDream-ET, C,J,J,J,C,L Siemers, Newton Junior Champion: Hammertime Windbrook Reno, N & J Sarbacker & M & L Evangelo, Fitchburg Reserve Junior Champion: Bella-View Alex Ashanti-ET, Paige Vossekuil, Brandon Junior Best Three Females (3): 1.Bella-View Holsteins, Lynn & Sara Harbaugh, Marion 2. Siemers Holsteins, Newton 3. WillowsEdge Holsteins, Henk & Bonnie Van Dyk, New Richmond Junior 2 Year Old (17): 1. (B&O, BU) Dream-Prairie GW AlbertaET, Cary & Joy Moser, Westby 2. Ms Opportunity Gracie-ET, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph 3. Kingsmill Atwood Taffy, Eaton Holsteins, Co-Vale Hol & T&L Cattle Ltd, Lomira 4. Tree-Hayven Gldwyn Patio-ET, Adam Borchert, Auburndale 5. (1st Jr) Rosedale Fancypants D Honey, Julia Nunes, Chippewa Falls (2nd Jr) Moorclose Fever Marcella, Madison, McKenzie & Payton Calvert, Cuba City Senior 2 Year Old (21): 1. (1st Jr, B&O, BU) Rock-N-Hill-II Atwoo Crisco, Rachel McCullough, Juda 2. Arcroix Goldwyn Jamaique-ET, Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms, Lomira 3. Scientific S Diondra Rae-ET, Matthew Nunes, Chippewa Falls 4. Kingsmill Atwood Allison-ET, Milk Source LLC, Kaukauna 5. Budjon-JK Durm Elaqua-ET, Budjon Farms & Joel Kietzman, Lomira (2nd Jr) Dieters Destry Felicity, Madison, Mckenzie & Payton Calvert, Cuba City Junior 3 Year Old (13): 1. (BU) Ehrhardt Gold Beauty-ET, Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms, Lomira 2. Laidlawn Knowledge Gemini, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph 3. Criter-Ridge Reba-RedET, C,J,J,J,C&L Siemers, Newton 4. (1st Jr) Jeffrey-Way Advent Dynasty, Patrick Blair, Belleville 5. (B&O) Rock-N-Hill-II Cranberry, Chris & Mike McCullough, Juda (Prod) Siemers Atwood Alexia, C,J,J,J,C&L Siemers, Newton (2nd Jr, JrB&O) Willows-Edge Carisma

Lyric, Jordan & Claire Van Dyk, New Richmond Senior 3 Year Old (14): 1. Budjon-Vail Gold Dreams, Jordan & Whitney Ebert, Algoma 2. Belmoral Alexander Peach, Milk Source LLC, Kaukauna 3. (B&O) Scientific Decadent Rae-ET, Matthew Nunes, Chippewa Falls 4. (BU) Smith-Crest-TW SH Virgie-ET, Matt & Travis Smith, Watertown 5. Tomalynn Goldwyn Melanie-ET, Cooper Galton, Lomira (1st Jr) Wis-Tex SS Poem-ET, Jeff Koster & Gracie Curran, Taylor (2nd Jr) Paradise-D Alan Gloria, Andrea Pagenkopf, Lancaster (Prod) Kellercrest Sanchez Bridie, Kimberly Keller, Mt. Horeb Intermediate Champion: Ehrhardt Gold Beauty-ET, Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms, Lomira Reserve Intermediate Champion: Rock-N-Hill-II Atwoo Crisco, Rachel McCullough, Juda 4 Year Old (19): 1. Robrook Goldwyn Cameron, Abbott, Budjon, Vail & Woodmansee, Lomira 2. (BU) Benrise Goldwyn Jojo, Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms, Lomira 3. (B&O) Duckett Ross Pamela, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph 4. Car-Bon Goldwyn Angela-ET, Jacob & Jared Dueppengiesser, Lomira 5. Brookhill Goldwyn Cecile, Heatherstone Enterprises, Inc, Baraboo (1st Jr, Prod) Pfaffsway Dillyn Ritz, Larissa Pfaff, Alma Center (2nd Jr) Kishholm Chasity, Jenna Langer, DeForest 5 Year Old (10): 1. (BU) Kingsmill Ashlyns Audrey-ET, Hez, LLC, Lomira 2. (B&O) Mc-Country Dundee Amanda, Gary McCarthy, Watertown 3. Scientific Darla Rae-ET, Matthew Nunes, Chippewa Falls 4. Four-Of-A-Kind Mich Miracle, Chase & Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford 5. Cavanaleck BG Scarlett-ET, C,J,J,J,C&L Siemers, Newton (1st Jr) Willows-Edge Rubens Karachi, Claire Van Dyk, New Richmond (2nd Jr) Carn-Quest Advnt Glamour, Jason Richardson, Belmont (Prod) Paradise-D Integrity Sici, Andrea Pagenkopf, Lancaster 6 Year Old & Older (5): 1. (BU) Budjon Dundee Azalea-ET, Trevor Tuman & Chandler Bening, Lomira 2. (B&O) Budjon-JK Emilys Edair-ET, Budjon Farms & Joel Kietzman, Lomira 3. Miss AD GBM Mayday-ET, Gregory & Kimberly Moret, Prairie du Chien 4. (1st Jr) Paradise-D Shotl Glystal-ET, Andrea Pagenkopf, Lancaster 5. (Prod) Paradise-D Rudy Gudie, Andrea Pagenkopf, Lancaster 150,000 lb. Cow (4): 1. (BU) Vangoh Durham Treasure, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph 2. (B&O, 1st Jr, Prod) Siemers Dunde Hilda 8669-ET, Jordan Siemers, Newton 3. Rock-N-Hill-II Con Stephany, Chris & Mike McCullough, Juda 4. (2nd Jr, JrB&O) Willows-Edge Dur Michele-ET, Jordan Van Dyk, New Richmond Senior Champion Bred & Owned, Junior Show: Willows-Edge Dur Michele-ET, Jordan Van Dyk, New Richmond Senior & Grand Champion, Junior Show: Rock-N-Hill-II Atwoo Crisco, Rachel McCullough, Juda Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion, Junior Show: Siemers Dunde Hilda 8669-ET, Jordan Siemers, Newton Senior & Grand Champion: Robrook Goldwyn Cameron, Abbott, Budjon, Vail & Woodmansee, Lomira Reserve Senior Champion: Benrise Goldwyn Jojo, Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms, Lomira Reserve Grand Champion: Ehrhardt Gold Beauty-ET, Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms, Lomira Best Udder of Show: Vangoh Durham Treasure, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph Champion Bred & Owned: Rock-N-Hill-II Atwoo Crisco, Rachel McCullough, Juda Best Three Females (4): 1. Scientific Holsteins, Matthew Nunes, Chippewa Falls 2. Budjon-JK, Budjon & Joel Kietzman, Lomira 3. Rock-N-Hill-II Holsteins, Chris & Mike McCullough, Juda 4. Willows-Edge Holsteins, Henk & Bonnie Van Dyk, New Richmond Produce of Dam (2): 1. Scientific Holsteins, Matthew Nunes, Chippewa Falls 2. Rachel McCullough, Juda Dam & Offspring (1): 1. Kellercrest Holsteins, Tim & Mark Keller Family, Mt. Horeb Premier Breeder: Scientific Holsteins, Chippewa Falls Premier Exhibitor: Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph

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2013 ALL-WISCONSIN

All-WI Spring Calf: Trent-Way Tamikos Taffy-ET, Trent Hendrickson Reserve All-WI: Siemers Goldsun Haya-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers

All-WI Winter Calf: All-WI Fall Calf: Siemers Sid Scarlett-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Hilrose Hero Raelynn, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers Jeff Brantmeier Reserve All-WI: Reserve All-WI: Siemers Fever Hia Glam-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Siemers Damion Scar-Let-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers

All-WI Summer Yearling: Bella-View Alex Ashanti-ET, Paige Vossekuil Reserve All-WI: Bella-View Angels Apple-ET, Lynn & Sara Harbaugh & Cory & Cara Biely

All-WI Spring Yearling: Hammertime Windbrook Reno, Nick & Jessica Sarbacker, Matt & Lauren Evangelo Reserve All-WI: Indianhead Golden Girl, Robert Schauf

All-WI Winter Yearling: Ms Gold Chip Britelite, Siemers Holsteins Reserve All-WI: Budjon-JK-Glaz-Way Erin-ET, Budjon, Glaz-Way & MD Luckylady

All-WI Fall Yearling: Rock-N-Hill Circuit Marion, Lea McCullough Reserve All-WI: Phoenix Gr Gloria, Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers

All-WI Junior 2 Year Old: Dream-Prairie GW Alberta-ET, Cary & Joy Moser Reserve All-WI: Ms Opportunity Gracie-ET, Mike & Julie Duckett

All-WI Senior 2 Year Old: Rock-N-Hill-II Atwoo Crisco, Rachel McCullough Reserve All-WI: Arcroix Goldwyn Jamaique-ET, Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms

All-WI Junior 3 Year Old: Ehrhardt Gold Beauty-ET, Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms Reserve All-WI: Laidlawn Knowledge Gemini, Mike & Julie Duckett

All-WI Senior 3 Year Old: Budjon-Vail Gold Dreams, Jordan & Whitney Ebert Reserve All-WI: Belmoral Alexander Peach, MilkSource LLC

All-WI 4 Year Old: Robrook Goldwyn Cameron, Abbott, Budjon, Vail & Woodmansee Reserve All-WI: Benrise Goldwyn JoJo, Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms

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All-WI 6 Year Old & Older: Budjon Dundee Azalea-ET, Trevor Tuman & Chandler Bening Reserve All-WI: Budjon-JK Emilys Edair-ET, Budjon Farms & Joel Kietzman

All-WI 150,000 lb. Milk Cow: Vangoh Durham Treasure, Mike & Julie Duckett Reserve All-WI: Siemers Dundee Hilda 8669-ET, Jordan Siemers

All-WI Junior Best Three: Bella-View Holsteins

All-WI Best Three Females: Scientific Holsteins

Reserve All-WI Best Three Females: Budjon-JK

All-WI Produce of Dam: Scientific Holsteins

Reserve All-WI Produce of Dam: Rachel McCullough

All-WI Dam & Offspring: Kellercrest Holsteins

Premier Breeder - Scientific Holsteins

2013 ALL-WISCONSIN

All-WI 5 Year Old: Kingsmill Ashlyns Audrey-ET, Hez, LLC Reserve All-WI: Mc-Country Dundee Amanda, Gary McCarthy

Premier Exhibitor - Mike & Julie Duckett

The Wisconsin Holstein Association would like give a huge thank you to all of the trophy & show sponsors that helped make the Wisconsin Championship Show a success.

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2013 JUNIOR ALL-WISCONSIN

Junior All-WI Spring Calf Siemers Goldsun Haya-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers Reserve Junior All-WI: BHHD Sid Legacy, Nicole Ballweg & Karlee Ketelboeter

Junior All-WI Winter Calf: Budjon-JK Damion Eklipse-ET, Lindsey Sarbacker Reserve Junior All-WI: Jenny-Lou Braxton 3471, Kyle, Allison, Kayla & Lauren Breunig

Junior All-WI Fall Calf: Siemers Gsun Haya-Dream-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers Reserve Junior All-WI: WI Fischerdale Damion Rambo, Sara Griswold

Junior All-WI Summer Yearling: Bella-View Alex Ashanti-ET, Paige Vossekuil Reserve Junior All-WI: Willows-Edge Damion Alpine, Jordan & Claire Van Dyk

Junior All-WI Spring Yearling: Milksource Windbrk Aneko-ET, Cole, Ava, Campbell & Royce Booth Reserve Junior All-WI: Willows-Edge Atwood Lydia, Claire Van Dyk

Junior All-WI Winter Yearling: Siemers Guthre Hayasdoll-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers Reserve Junior All-WI: Rock-N-Hill-II Astero Crumb, Rachel McCullough

Junior All-WI Fall Yearling: Rock-N-Hill Garret Liz, Garrett Lederman Reserve Junior All-WI: Siemers Dstry Sunraygal-ET, Hailey Jauquet & Mike & Megan Moede

Junior All-WI Junior 2 Year Old: Rosedale Fancypants D Honey, Julie Nunes Reserve Junior All-WI: Moorclose Fever Marcella, Madison, McKenzie & Payton Calvert

Junior All-WI Senior 2 Year Old: Rock-N-Hill-II Atwoo Crisco, Rachel McCullough Reserve Junior All-WI: Dieters Destry Felicity, Madison, McKenzie & Payton Calvert

Junior All-WI Junior 3 Year Old: Jeffrey-Way Advent Dynasty, Patrick Blair Reserve Junior All-WI: Willows-Edge Carisma Lyric, Jordan & Claire Van Dyk

Junior All-WI Senior 3 Year Old: Wis-Tex SS Poem-ET, Jeff Koster & Gracie Curran Reserve Junior All-WI: Paradise-D Alan Gloria, Andrea Pagenkopf

Junior All-WI 4 Year Old: Pfaffsway Dillyn Ritz, Larissa Pfaff Reserve Junior All-WI: Kishholm Chasity, Jenna Langer

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Junior All-WI 6 Year Old & Older: Paradise-D Shotl Glystal, Andrea Pagenkopf

Spring Calf Class, Exhibitors 10 & Under 1st - Siemers Goldsun Haya-ET, Crystal, Jordan, Josh, Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers, Newton 2nd - Kishholm Absolute Amazin, Lauren & Gavin Kishman & Grant Fremstad, Lone Rock

Junior All-WI 150,000 lb. Cow: Siemers Dunde Hilda 8669-ET, Jordan Siemers Reserve Junior All-WI: Willows-Edge Dur Michele-ET, Jordan Van Dyk

Spring Calf Class, Exhibitors 10 & Under

2013 JR ALL-WISCONSIN

Junior All-WI 5 Year Old: Willows-Edge Rubens Karachi, Claire Van Dyk Reserve Junior All-WI: Carn-Quest Advnt Glamour, Jason Richardson

Intermediate Champions: Judge Callum McKinven, WHA Princess Morgan Behnke, Kelli Cull with Ehrhardt Gold Beauty-ET, Rachel McCullough with Rock-N-Hill-II Atwoo Crisco & WHA Princess Attendant Crystal Siemers-Peterman

Senior Champions: WHA Princess Attendant Crystal Siemers-Peterman, John Cull, Peter Vail, Kelli Cull with Robrook Goldwyn Cameron, Tom Cull with Benrise Goldwyn JoJo and WH Princess Morgan Behnke

Junior Champions of the Junior Show: Judge Callum McKinven, WHA Princess Morgan Behnke, Paige Vossekuil with Bella-View Alex Ashanti-ET, Jordan Siemers with Siemers Gsun Haya-Dream-ET & WHA Princess Attendant Crystal Siemers-Peterman

Junior Champions: WHA Princess Morgan Behnke, Judge Callum McKinven, Jessica Sarbacker, Nick Sarbacker with Hammertime Windbrook Reno, Paige Vossekuil with Bella-View Alex Ashanti-ET, Scott Felton and WHA Princess Attendant Crystal Siemers-Peterman wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/September 2013-23


Red and White Championship Show Sunday, July 14 • Lancaster Judge: Lynn Harbaugh Spring Calf, exhibitors age 10 & Under (7): 1. (B&O) V-View Cntdr Moscato-Red, McKenzie Endvick, Kaukauna 2. (1st Jr) V-View Destry Merlot-Red, Grady & Lane Wendorf, Ixonia 3. 2nd-Look Dusk FritoRed, Kayli, Kalista, Kaianne & Kaydence Hodorff, Eden 4. (2nd Jr) TreeHayven HH My Julia, Hannah Hensel, Pittsville 5. Scenic-Edge BW Jewel-Red, Cole, Ava, Campbell & Royce Booth, Plymouth Spring Calf (6): 1. (B&O) V-View Cntdr Moscato-Red, McKenzie Endvick, Kaukauna 2. Lyn-Vale Solocup-Red, William Schultz, Waldo 3. (1st Jr) V-View Destry Merlot-Red, Grady & Lane Wendorf, Ixonia 4. (2nd Jr) Tree-Hayven HH My Julia, Hannah Hensel, Pittsville 5. MarshVue Being Sassy-Red, Keith Hagen, Milton Winter Calf (9): 1. (B&O) Lyn-Vale Cherrypepper-Red, William Schultz, Waldo, WI 2. Siemers Burst Jubile-Red-ET, C, J, J, J, C & L Siemers, Newton, WI 3. (1st Jr) Scenic-Edge HR Julep-Red-ET, Ava Booth, Plymouth, WI 4. (2nd Jr) 2nd-Brooke IMA Schmuk-Red-ET, Kayli, Kalista, Kaianne & Kaydence Hodorff, Eden WI 5. Morets SS Lindsay-Red, Brooke Moret, Prairie du Chien Fall Calf (9): 1. (B&O) Hammertime Noniberry-Red, Ryan & Haley Krohlow, Poynette 2. (1st Jr) Tree-Hayven Shaquille Minaj-Red, Aliyah Borchert, Auburndale 3. Milksource Bst Terry-Red-ET, Milksource Genetics, Kaukauna 4. PRH Spectrum Savannah-Red, Reginald Kamps, Belmont 5. (2nd Jr) Bohnview Barbwire Ling Ling-Red, Ben Buske, Brownsville Summer Yearling (11): 1. (1st Jr) Ms Opportunity Lauryn-Red, C, J, J, J, C & L Siemers, Newton 2. (B&O, JrB&O, 2nd Jr) Ms Kampy Brbwr Prudence, Derrek Kamphuis, Brandon 3. Ms Morsan Piclo TsunamiRed, Milksource Genetics, Kaukauna 4. Milk Source My Whisky-Red, Milk Source Genetics, Kaukauna 5. Bella-Ridge Mariachi-Red-ET, William Hageman, Fond du Lac Spring Yearling (12): 1. Nissen Fancy Piclo Fizzle-Red, Milksource Genetics, Kaukauna 2. (B&O) Siemers Brbwire Reba-Red-ET, C, J, J, J, C & L Siemers, Newton 3. (1st Jr, JrB&O) 2nd-Look Bwire Dorito-Red, Kayli, Kalista & Kaianne Hodorff, Eden 4. Lyn-Vale Reality Mylee-Red, Cole, Ava, Campbell & Royce Booth, Plymouth 5. (2nd Jr) Milk Source BRB Dacy-Red-ET, Cole, Ava, Campbell & Royce Booth, Plymouth Winter Yearling (7): 1. (B&O) Siemers Destry Joy-Red-ET, C, J, J, J, C & L Siemers, Newton 2. Lyn-Vale Barbie Doll-Red, William Schultz, Waldo 3. (1st Jr) Meadow-Marsh SC Calista-Red, Jordyn Kamps, Belmont 4. (2nd Jr) Westphal-ELG Bwr Mojito-Red, Cole, Ava, Campbell & Royce Booth, Plymouth 5. Milk Source Dty Tammy-Red-ET, G&L Wendorf and D&K Nickels, Ixonia Fall Yearling (8): 1. Budjon-Vail Damaris-Red, Frank & Diane Borba, Modesto, CA 2. (B&O) Willows-Edge Mesabi Pip-Red, Henk & Bonnie Van Dyk, New Richmond 3. Jas-K Guthrie Tart-Red, Matt, Molly & Ben Dorshorst, Junction City 4. (1st Jr) Bossir Absolute Star-Red-ET, Jordyn Kamps, Belmont 5. Milk Source D Devils-Red-ET, Mayerlane & Travis & Erica Ullom, Bloomer Junior Champion, Junior Show: Ms Opportunity Lauryn-Red, C, J, J, J, C & L Siemers, Newton Reserve Junior Champion, Junior Show: Tree-Hayven Shaquille Minaj-Red, Aliyah Borchert, Auburndale Junior Champion: Hammertime Noniberry-Red, Ryan & Haley Krohlow, Poynette Reserve Junior Champion: Budjon-Vail Damaris-Red, Frank & Diane Borba, Modesto, CA Junior Best Three Females (2): 1. Siemers Holsteins, Newton 2. Lyn-Vale Holsteins, Waldo Junior 2 Year Old (3): 1. Ms Scratchwill Pinata-Red-ET, Milksource Genetics, Kaukauna 2. (B&O) Lyn-Vale Sterling Lenae-Red, William Schultz, Waldo 3. Paulsoncrest Mars-Red, Paulsoncrest, Columbus Senior 2 Year Old (8): 1. (B&O, 1st Jr, JrB&O) Fancy Pants Hopeful Rae-Red, Julia Nunes, Chippewa Falls 2. Inspiracres Dstry Happy-Red, Cooper Galton, Nunda 3. (2nd Jr) Siemers Destry Sunny-Red-ET, Gage Lisowe, Newton 4. Katrinas Debonair Allie-Red, Katrina Nunes, Chippewa Falls 5. Hoesly Dnbr Lavendar-Red, Jake Hoesly, Brodhead Junior 3 Year Old (4): 1. (BU, 1st Jr) Critter-Ridge Reba-Red-ET, C, J, J, J, C & L Siemers, Newton 2. (2nd Jr) Ms Starmark Con Racy-Red-ET, Jenna Langer, DeForest 3. (B&O) Milksource Adv Lilac-Red-ET, Milksource Genetics, Kaukauna 4. Hylite Jet Ms Fab-Red-TW, Tyler, Cole & Mikayla Endres, Lodi Senior 3 Year Old (4): 1. (BU, B&O, 1st Jr, JrB&O) Sellcrest S Candy Apple-Red, Andrew Sell, Watertown 2. Sunny-Valley A Favor-Red-ET, Wayne DeBuhr, Cottage Grove 3. (2nd Jr) Hi-Lo-Valley Strawberry-Red,

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Amber Yager, Highland 4. Paradise-D Debonr Garcja-Red, Craig Pagenkopf, Lancaster Intermediate Champion: Critter-Ridge Reba-Red-ET, C, J, J, J, C & L Siemers, Newton Reserve Intermediate Champion: Ms Scratchwill Pinata-Red-ET, Milksource Genetics, Kaukauna 4 Year Old (7): 1. (BU, B&O) Ms Shes A Siren-Red, High Life Holsteins & Pfaffsway, Alma Center 2. Paulo-Bro-SP Shar-Red-ET, Milksource Genetics, Kaukauna 3. Willows-Edge Ad Melt-Red, Henk & Bonnie Van Dyk, New Richmond 4. Koz-Da Jet Sadie-Red-ET, DaMartini & Kozdale Holsteins, WI Dells 5. Paradise-D Ragu Garmzan-Red, Craig Pagenkopf, Lancaster 5 Year Old (5): 1. (BU) Ms Candy Apple-Red, Frank & Carol Borba and Frank & Diane Borba, Modesto, CA 2. (B&O, 1st Jr, JrB&O) Krull Advent Smiley-Red, Carley Krull, Lake Mills 3. (2nd Jr) Hass-Acres Adv Rissa-Red-ET, Trent Styczynski, Pulaski 4. Milgene Advn Jezabel-RedET, Brett Hildebrandt, Hustisford 5. Windsor Manor Ruby-Red, Ziems Farms & Tim & Leah Ziemba, Elkhorn 6 Year Old & Older (1): 1. (BU) Ms Hack SS Ella Rae-Red-ET, Smithcrest, Hackman & Parsons, Watertown 125,000 lb. Cow (1): 1. (BU, B&O, 1st Jr) Scientific Diamond-Red, Geneva Nunes, Chippewa Falls Senior & Grand Champion, Junior Show: Critter-Ridge Reba-RedET, C, J, J, J, C & L Siemers, Newton Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion, Junior Show: Krull Advent Smiley-Red, Carley Krull, Lake Mills Senior & Grand Champion: Ms Shes A Siren-Red, High Life & Pfaffsway, Alma Center Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion: Ms Candy AppleRed, Frank & Carol Borba and Frank & Diane Borba, Modesto, CA Best Udder of Show & Champion Bred & Owned: Ms Shes A Siren-Red, High Life & Pfaffsway Farms, Alma Center Champion Bred & Owned of the Junior Show: Krull Advent Smiley-Red, Carley Krull, Lake Mills Best Three Females (1): 1. Lyn-Vale Holsteins, Waldo Produce of Dam (1): 1. Mackenzie Endvick, Kaukauna Dam & Offspring (3): 1. Willows-Edge, New Richmond 2. SunnyValley Holsteins, Belmont 3. Scientific Holsteins, Chippewa Falls Premier Breeder: Lyn-Vale Holsteins, Waldo Premier Exhibitor: Milk Source Genetics, Kaukauna

Grand Champions: Princess Morgan Behnke, Chad Ryan with Ms Shes a Siren-Red, Tom Cull with Ms Candy AppleRed and Judge Lynn Harbaugh

Grand Champions of the Junior Show: Princess Behnke, Carley Krull with Krull Advent Smiley-Red, Jordan Siemers with Critter-Ridge Reba-Red and Judge Harbaugh

Junior Champions: Judge Harbaugh, Ryan Krohlow, Haley Krohlow with Hammertime Noniberry-Red, Tom Cull with Budjon-Vail Damaris-Red

Junior Champions of the Junior Show: Judge Harbaugh, Crystal Siemers-Peterman with Ms Opportunity Lauryn-Red, Aliyah Borchert with TreeHayven Shaquille Minaj-Red and Princess Behnke


EX-90 (Shaquille x EX-90 Rubens) 3-06 2x 116 13,096 3.3 435 2.9 379 inc. ~ Due to Toc-Farm goldsun 4th Senior 3 Year Old, Midwest National Spring Show 1st Senior 3 Year Old & HM Intermediate Champion, District 4 Show 6th Senior 3 Year Old, Wisconsin Championship Show

Tree-Hayven Damin Pieper

Tree-Hayven Shaql Minaj-Red

Tree-Hayven HH My Julia-Red

(Damion x eX-93 Charles) 3rd Summer Yearling, Midwest National Spring Show 1st Summer Yearling & Junior Champion, District 4 Show 5th Summer Yearling, WI Championship Show ~ Currently flushing to Heavenly golden Dreams-eT

(Shaquille x Vg-85 SS Deuce x eX-93 Champion) 1st junior & 6th open Fall Calf, Midwest Spring Show 2nd Fall Calf & Reserve Junior Champion, District 4 Show Junior All-WI & Reserve All-WI Fall Calf, Reserve Junior Champion of the Junior Show, WI R&W Championship Show 6th Fall Calf, WI Championship Show ~ Junior bred & owned by aayliah Borchert

(Tree-Hayven Destry mighty x advent) 1st junior & 3rd open Spring Calf, District 4 Show Reserve Junior All-WI Spring Calf (9 & Under) & Reserve Junior All-WI Spring Calf, WI R&W Championship Show ~ Junior owned by Hannah Hensel, Pittsville

Adam & Aaliyah Borchert & Chelsey Karl 6276 Klondike Dr., Auburndale, WI 54412 | 715-650-0326 treehayvenholsteins@yahoo.com | facebook.com/TreeHayvenHolsteins

Other District 4 Results: Tree-Hayven Braxton Audrey, 6th Winter Calf Tree-Hayven Gldwyn Patio-ET, 2nd Junior 2 Yr Old Tree-Hayven GC Pinterest-ET, 10th Winter Calf Tree-Hayven Party Girl, 4th Junior 2 Yr Old Stachert TH Rginald Swagger, 5th Fall Calf Tree-Hayven GW Pleasure-ET, 2nd Senior 2 Yr Old Tree-Hayven Sid Path-ET, 1st Winter Yearling Tree-Hayven Drm Robins Song, 2nd 5 Yr Old Tree-Hayven Shaquille Magical, 2nd Winter Yearling 1st place Junior Best 3 Females Tree-Hayven Sid Patience-ET, 3rd Winter Yearling Premier Breeder *Pieper, Pinterest, Path, Patience, Patio, Party Girl & Pleasure are all out of Tree-Hayven Charles Peppermint Pati, EX-93.

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It’s easy to get up at 6:30 a.m. to see Rock-N-Hill Circuit Marion All-Wisconsin Fall Yearling 2013 1st Fall Yearling, District 6 Show 2013 Dams: EX-923EChampionMarion(rightpage) xVG-88SkybuckMary ~ DueMarch1toRock-N-HillVezda,aHvezdason fromtheEX-944E,284,000lifetimeGidget-the originalgoodlooking,hardworking,prioritiesin-order,stayathomemom!

Rock-N-Hill Garret Liz

Junior All-Wisconsin Fall Yearling 2013 3rd Fall Yearling, WI Championship Show 2013 2nd Fall Yearling, District 6 Show 2013 ~ DueApril1toBradnick ~OwnedbyGarretLeaderman,ayoungmanoff toagreatstart-congratulations!

Rock-N-Hill Vezdette VG-87 VG-MS at 2-07

4th Fall Calf, World Dairy Expo 2011 ~ Over66in.attheshoulder,sheaveraged85lbs. ofmilkinherfirst100days ~ServicedtoGoldsun ~Wehaveneveryethadacowtoobig,butmany fallcalvestoosmall...

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nice heifers grow into EXtra nice cows!

Rock-N-Hill Ruby Marion EX-91

Rock-N-Hill Lheros Molly EX-92 2E

SiredbyRoysonfromLherosMollyEX-922E Dams:DrakeMarionxChampionMarionEX-923E(below)

Dams:VG-85TabMollyxEX-90StarMollyxEX-90MollySimon

Rock-N-Hill Marion EX-92 3E

Rock-N-Hill Angellica EX-90

Dams:VG-88SkybuckMaryxGP-84InspireMaryxEX-91TabMary

Dams:VG-86LeeAngelxEX-93TabAngie xVG-87StarAngiexEX-905EAJElla

Rock-N-Hill Knucklebuck EX-94 3E

Rock-N-Hill Logan Mary EX-91

Dams:EX-91TabKnuckleheadxEX-90FestorKnotty

Dams:VG-88LeoMaryxVG-88SkybuckMary xGP-84InspireMaryxEX-91TabMary

1-11 365 26,330 4.2 1095 3.0 779

4-09 365 37,500 4.7 1748 3.1 1170 Nominated Junior All-American 2005

6-00 365 34,670 4.4 1541 3.0 1047

4-10 365 32,460 4.9 1604 3.2 1045 Nominated Junior All-American 2005

3-05 365 29,510 4.2 1246 3.3 975

4-05 365 27,590 4.4 1220 3.4 941

We’ve lasted 40 years without genomics dictating our matings. And with 9 new Excellent cows in 2013 (4 in January and 5 in August), we think our way works just fine.

Rock-N-Hill Dolly D VG-87 Can All-Time All-Wisconsin Winter Calf Reserve All-American Winter Calf 2003

Happy 40th Wedding Anniversary to Mike & Marcy!

Dams:EX-90StardustDollyxVG-85InspireDolly

Rock-N-Hill Holsteins

mike, marcy, Dave, Connie & Lea mcCullough W1499 giese rd., Juda, Wi 53550 • 608-897-2723

Jan. ’13 Baa: 109.8% 19 eX, 21 Vg, 8 gP

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The Dane County Juniors had a great week at the Wisconsin Junior State Fair! Karlee Ketelboeter, Dane • BHHD Sid Legacy - 2nd Spring Calf

Allison Breunig, Sauk City • Jenny-Lou Braxton 3471 - 1st Winter Calf, group 1

Cassie Endres, Waunakee • Siemers r-Hero augustana - 2nd Winter Calf, group 1

Natalie Endres, Waunakee • Berryridge Lavanguard 2125 - 4th Winter Calf, group 1 • Berryridge guthrie essay - 2nd Fall Calf, group 1

Lizi Endres, Waunakee • Berryridge guthrie nallana - 2nd Winter Calf, group 2 & 1st B&O; Champion Bred & Owned of the Heifer Show • Berryridge guthrie Daydream - 2nd Spring yearling, group 2 & 1st B&O; reserve Champion Bred & Owned of the Heifer Show

Lindsey Sarbacker, Edgerton • Budjon-JK Damion eklipse-eT - 3rd Winter Calf, group 2 • Champion 13 year Old Showman

Nicole Endres, Waunakee • Berryridge guthrie 2064 - 3rd Fall Calf, group 3

Sara Griswold, Black Earth • Wi Fischerdale Damion rambo - 5th Fall Calf, group 3

Joey Opsal, Blue Mounds • Opsal Braxton Carly-eT - 4th Fall Calf, group 4 & 1st B&O; Hon. mention Champion Bred & Owned of the Heifer Show

Zach Endres, Waunakee • Berryridge gldchp eccentric - 3rd Spring yearling, group 1

Molly Sarbacker, Verona • Fischerdale redline miracle - 5th Fall yearling, group 1

Josh Opsal, Blue Mounds • Opsal Wlstar Dare Shot-eT - 2nd Junior 2 year Old & 1st B&O; reserve Champion B&O of the Show • Opsal Denton Beautiful - 3rd Senior 2 year Old

Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona • Fischerdale Damion reality - 3rd 4 year Old 16 top 5 placings... topped off with the 1st place Junior County Herd!

Congrats to all the youth that helped make it a great week for the Dane County exhibit! 30–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/September 2013


Jeffrey-Way Tamiko-ET EX-94 7-00 365 34,584 3.85 1296 3.09 1081 Lifetime: 155,085 3.7 5727 3.3 5104 Sired by Durham Dam: Jeffrey-Way Formation Tate-eT eX-93 gmD DOm gr’Dam: Jeffrey-Way Luke Tripoli-eT eX-93 gmD DOm 3rd Dam: Jeffrey-Way mascot Tina eX-91 gmD DOm • Daughter milking by September Storm (eX-92) • Calves by Fever & goldsun

Jeffrey-Way Tamikos Taffy-ET Fever x Tamiko • 1st place Spring Calf, 2013 District 6 Show • all-Wisconsin Spring Calf, 2013 Wi Championship Show

Jeffrey-Way Advent Dynasty

*RC

Dam: Jeffrey-Way Delight *rC Vg-88 (by Lheros) gr’Dam: Jeffrey-Way Delia *rC eX-90 (by rubens) • 4th Junior 3 year Old, 2013 Wi Championship Show • Junior all-Wisconsin Junior 3 year Old • 1st Junior 3 year Old, 2013 Wi Junior State Fair • grand Champion Holstein, 2013 Wi Junior State Fair • reserve Supreme Champion, 2013 Wi Junior State Fair Shown by Patrick Blair

TrenT HenDriCKSOn & KeLSey FinK n9401 Tyvand rd., Blanchardville, Wi 53516 608.295.0895 hendrickson07@tds.net Baa: 109.5% rHa: 69 cows 2x 24,318 3.66 889 3.14 763 Special thanks to Mom & Dad for the giving me the opportunity to work with so many great animals from their herd to start my own herd. wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/September 2013-31


Sco-Lo Durham Skyscraper VG-86 at 2Y

Nabholz Sweetheart EX-91 2E at 6Y

~ Durham x algonquin Lorenzo Skylark, eX-92 ~ has a Sanchez march calf

~ Damion x Willsona Skychief Sally, eX-92 ~ has a Vg-85 2y Buckeye daughter

Other Favorites: • Vg-87 2y aftershock, bred to goldsun • Vg-87 2y regancrest Colton • a fancy September calf by Baltimore • Sco-Lo Fever Holly, due with an aftershock heifer, first calf 32–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/September 2013

Lois Holsteins GARY & KASEY LOIS 7129 368th Ave., Burlington, WI 53105 262-537-4923 Gary • 262-210-7526 Kasey


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Fresh in December VG-85 VG-86MS • 5th Senior 2 Year Old at District 6 Show • Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Registered Holstein at Rock County Fair We also had a “fun” year with Milksource Guthrie Funny-ET: • 1st Winter Yearling & Reserve Junior Champion of the Jr Show at District 6 Show • 2nd Winter Yearling at WI Junior State Fair

Special thanks to the Sarbacker Family for helping us this show season.

Brunland Farms Inc. Kristen, Jenna and Nicole Broege 2618 East State Rd. 11, Janesville, WI 53546 • 608-289-5373 • brunlandfarms@aol.com

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~ Fresh on August 13 & looks great - inquiries are welcome! ~ A RED Relief-P daughter, Venture of Swaindale Red P, has genomics coming soon and is tested for polled! ~ Pregnancies coming in November by Shanosber & in March by Shanosber & Aikman ~ Full sister to Venture Shottle Sizzle P *PO - check out ads featuring Sizzle in Holstein World & Holstein International ~ Maternal sister by Uno topped the Venture Genetics Dispersal at $146,000 Shottbolt x GP-81 2Y Goldwyn x GP-84 3Y Sept Storm x EX-90 Airliner x EX-91 2E x EX-90 3E x VG-85 Please come visit anytime - we’re just 20 minutes from the World Dairy Expo grounds in Madison.

Swaindale

Registered Holsteins

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Gary Swain 2810 County Road W, Deerfield, WI 608-444-0567 | swaindale@hotmail.com twitter.com/Dairy_Swain


5th Generation EX Chief Adeen

8th Generation VG or EX Dellia

Da-So-Burn Mich Dezzie-ET EX-94 EEEEE

Ms Jenny-Lou Shot Lil Debbie-ET EX-90

4-06 324d 44,612 1774F 1263P inc.

1-11 298 33,550 1244F 966P

Dezzie moved up to EX-94 in June and continues to look amazing! She is making her biggest record to date and is due in October with Atwood heifers and we have 5 Goldwyn pregnancies due in September. owned with Kevin Jorgensen

3rd Senior 3 Year Old, District 6 Show 2013 Lil Debbie gained many friends this summer at the shows and in the barn. Her dam is an EX Goldwyn followed by an EX-92 Outside from Chief Adeen. Debbie is bred to Hero and has embyros by Doorman.

New EX-92 Granddaughter of Ashlyn

Siemers Lightning Allana-ET EX-92 EEEEE

Jenny-Lou Braxton 3471 (with Allison on left)

2-10 301d 32,880 1080F 895P

2013 Reserve Junior All-Wisconsin Winter Calf 1st Winter Calf, 2013 District 6 Show (open & junior) 1st Winter Calf, group 1, 2013 WI Junior State Fair

Allana moved to EX-92 in June as well and is from an EX-90 Outside from Tri-Day Ashlyn, EX-96. She has a yearling by Guthrie and is bred to McCutchen. owned with Kevin Jorgensen

It was a succcessful summer for the kids at the shows this summer. We are extremely proud of Allison, Kayla, Kyle and Lauren for their success and hard work! Special thanks to Uncle Marty for all his help! We are proud to be part of the Dane County group that won the Junior County Herd at State Fair. Congrats to all our neighbors, especially the Berryridge team on 7 heifers in the Top 3!

Join us at World Dairy expo on Thursday, October 3 at 2:00 p.m. for our virtual tour of the dairy, highlighting our genetics, new calf barn and the Heattime cow monitoring system. Look for our consignments to the fall sales. We are overstocked & have cows for sale.

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Kevin Jorgensen 801 Winter Ave., Waupun, WI 53963 920-210-3992 • kejo@powerweb.net

Mystic Valley Dairy LLC Mitch Breunig

8667 Cty. Hwy. V, Sauk City, WI 53583 608.643.6818 • e-mail: mysticvalley@wildblue.net 24 EX, 149 VG, 161 GP, 42 G RHA: 425 cows 33,045 3.9 1288 3.02 999 wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/September 2013-35


2013 District Show Results

District 1 Show June 17 • St. Croix Judge: Larry Tande 168 head shown: 105 heifers, 63 cows

Spring Calf, exhibitors age 10 & Under (7): 1. (1st Jr, B&O, JrB&O) Triple-HH Daniel Betsy, Summer Hammann, Barron 2. (2nd Jr) Mellow-Brook Sid Bambi, Dodge Sampair & Austin Weix, Elmwood 3. Alfalawn Alexander Devine, Alfalawn Farm, Menomonie 4. Frisle-Bar Fever Regina, Allissa, Justyne & Regina Frisle, Prairie Farm Spring Calf (7): 1. (1st Jr) Scientific Sid Sassy RaeET, Katrina Nunes, Chippewa Falls 2. (2nd Jr, B&O, JrB&O) Triple-HH Daniel Betsy, Summer Hammann, Barron 3. Mellow-Brook Sid Bambi, Dodge Sampair & Austin Weix, Elmwood 4. Scientific Sid Jetta Rae-ET, Matthew Joseph Nunes, Chippewa Falls 5. Willows-Edge Dundee Kelly, Claire Van Dyk, New Richmond Winter Calf (21): 1. (B&O) Mayerlane Damion Mojito, Donald & Elizabeth Mayer, Bloomer 2. (1st Jr) Alfalawn Atwood Destiny-ET, Alfalawn Farm, Menomonie 3. Scientific Brax Martha Rae, Justin Wachtendonk, Bloomer 4. (2nd Jr, JrB&O) MellowBrook Al Aftermath, Dodge Sampair & Austin Weix, Elmwood 5. Emerald-ACR-VR Swift, Brooke Hammann, Barron Fall Calf (18): 1. (1st Jr, B&O, JrB&O) Ba-Frisle-Vu Baltmre Monay, Kylie Hoff, Barron 2. (2nd Jr) Aragorn Skys The Limit, Krista Styer, Menomonie 3. Frisle-Vue Goldsun Ipod-ET, Allissa Frisle & Makenna Lentz, Almena 4. Indianhead Escalate Allure, Robert Schauf, Barron 5. Emerald-Acr-SA T-Brocha, Emerald Acres & Scott Armbrust, Barron Summer Yearling (16): 1. Milksource RN Idelle-RedET, Pure Pride Holsteins, Menomonie 2. Sipka Atwood Hannah, Tony & Jaime Galgowski, River Falls 3. (1st Jr, B&O) Willows-Edge Damion Alpine, Jordan & Claire Van Dyk, New Richmond 4. Emerald-Acr-VR Attic Frosty, Becky Hammann, Barron 5. Alfalawn Fulton Sasha, Alfalawn Farm, Menomonie (2nd Jr, JrB&O) Genter-Raetion BX Checkmeout, Paige, Hannah, Levi & Mitchell Nelson, Ellsworth Spring Yearling (13): 1. (B&O) Emerald-Acr-VR Margold, Emerald Acres, Barron 2. Indianhead Golden Girl, Robert Schauf, Barron 3. (1st Jr, JrB&O) Willows-Edge Atwood Lydia, Claire Van Dyk, New Richmond 4. Willows-Edge Talent Mayo, Bonnie Van Dyk, New Richmond 5. (2nd Jr) Frislevue Fever Pushy-ET, Allissa Frisle & Makenna Lentz, Almena Winter Yearling (12): 1. Hilrose Guthrie Peanut-ET, Pure Pride Holsteins, Menomonie 2. (1st Jr) DKCDewitt Sanchez Bella, Jordan & Claire Van Dyk, New Richmond 3. (2nd Jr) Milksource Gldwn Jessica-ET, Benjamin Powers, Menomonie 4. (B&O) Alfalawn Braxton Coleen, Alfalawn Farm, Menomonie 5. Indianhead Destry Chandra, Robert Schauf, Barron (JrB&O) Grekare Neo Arora, Katie & Justin Peper, Centuria Fall Yearling (11): 1. (B&O) Willows-Edge Mesabi Pip-Red, Hendrik Van Dyk, New Richmond 2. Scientific Dyna Rae-Red-ET, Matthew Nunes, Chippewa Falls 3. Milksource D Devils-Red-ET, Donald & Elizabeth Mayer & T & E Ullom, Bloomer 4. Siemers Brax Fear-Hot-ET, Pure Pride Holsteins, Menomonie 5. (1st Jr) Velthuis Goldwyn Elegent, Shanelle Borth, Ellsworth

Junior Champion, Junior Show: Ba-Frisle-Vu Baltmre Monay, Kylie Hoff, Barron Reserve Junior Champion, Junior Show: WillowsEdge Atwood Lydia, Claire Van Dyk, New Richmond

Junior Champion: Hilrose Guthrie Peanut-ET, Pure Pride Holsteins, Menomonie Reserve Junior Champion: Ba-Frisle-Vu Baltmre Monay, Kylie Hoff, Barron Junior Best Three (3): 1. Willows-Edge, Henk & Bonnie Van Dyk, New Richmond 2. Indianhead Holsteins, Robert & Karyn Schauf, Barron 3. TripleHH, Scot & Becky Hammann, Barron Junior 2 Year Old (5): 1. (BU, 1st Jr, B&O) MellowBrook Izza Attic, Dodge Sampair & Austin Weix, Elmwood 2. (2nd Jr) Rosedale Fancypants D Honey, Julia Nunes, Chippewa Falls 3. Willows-Edge Talent Malibu, Bonnie Van Dyk, New Richmond 4. Jerland Redliner Nation-Red, Matthew Linehan, River Falls 5. Pfaffs-WO Fever Remarkable, Joe Adams, Spring Valley Senior 2 Year Old (9): 1. (BU, B&O) Scientific S Diondra Rae-ET, Matthew Nunes, Chippewa Falls 2. (1st Jr, Jr B&O) Katrinas Debonair Allie-Red, Katrina Nunes, Chippewa Falls 3. Willows-Edge San Vague-ET, Hendrik Van Dyk, New Richmond 4. Indianhead Amethyst, Robert Shauf, Barron 5. Scientific Kat Blle Rae-ET, Katrina Nunes, Chippewa Falls (2nd Jr) Fancypants Hopeful RaeRed, Julia Nunes, Chippewa Falls Junior 3 Year Old (7): 1. (BU, B&O) Indianhead Redcarpet Tia-ET, Robert Schauf, Barron 2. Scientific San Dodie Rae-ET, Matthew Nunes, Chippewa Falls 3. (1st Jr) Pepst Projector 777, Justin Peper & Kasey Maypark, Centuria 4. (2nd Jr, JrB&O) Willows-Edge Carisma Lyric, Jordan & Claire Van Dyk, New Richmond 5. Milksource Advent Esther-ET, Eva Doornink, Baldwin Senior 3 Year Old (10): 1. (BU, B&O) Willows-Edge Advent Libby, Hendrik Van Dyk, New Richmond 2. (1st Jr) Simple-Dreams Pearl-ET, Justin Peper, Centuria 3. Ms Rosedale Advntg Rhapsody, Jason Deiss, River Falls 4. Scientific Denali Rae-ET, Matthew Nunes, Chippewa Falls 5. (2nd Jr, JrB&O) Hup-Bro Goldwyn Fancy, Amelia Kjos, River Falls Intermediate Champion: Scientific S Diondra RaeET, Matthew Nunes, Chippewa Falls Reserve Intermediate Champion: Indianhead Redcarpet Tia-ET, Robert Schauf, Barron

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4 Year Old (11): 1. (BU, B&O) Indianhead Golden Amore, Robert Schauf, Barron 2. Willows-Edge Ad Melt-Red-ET, Bonnie Van Dyk, New Richmond 3. Scientific Dolly Rae-Red-ET, Matthew Nunes, Chippewa Falls 4. Veribest View Velvet Lou, Eugene Peper, Centuria 5. Emerald-Acr-VR Fantasy-ET, Becky Hammann, Barron (1st Jr) Jerland Adv Natanya-Red-ET, Matthew Linehan, River Falls (2nd Jr) Scientific Cream Puff Rae, Geneva Nunes, Chippewa Falls 5 Year Old (10): 1. (BU, B&O) Willows-Edge Bolton Flicker, Hendrik Van Dyk, New Richmond 2. (1st Jr) Willows-Edge Rubens Karachi, Claire Van Dyk, New Richmond 3. Scientific Darla Rae-ET, Matthew Nunes, Chippewa Falls 4. (2nd Jr) Scientific Blessing Rae-ET, Julia Nunes, Chippewa Falls 5. Willows-Edge Ad Mimic-Red, Bonnie Van Dyk, New Richmond 6 Year Old & Older (5): 1. (BU, 1st Jr, JrB&O) Willows-Edge Advent Malika, Jordan Van Dyk, New Richmond 2. Indianhead Talent Roxy, Robert Schauf, Barron 3. (2nd Jr) Tuscobia MK Tribute Cancun, Ethan Dado, Amery 4. Timlynn RD Priscilla, Timothy & Lynn Lauffer, Colfax 5. Star-Valley Alln Maressa-ET, Star Valley Holsteins, Weyerhaeuser 150,000 lb. Class (5): 1. (BU) Mischke Journalist Jane, Jason Deiss, River Falls 2. Exodus Abc-Red, Jacob Schauf, Barron 3. (1st Jr, JrB&O) WillowsEdge Dur Michele-ET, Jordan Van Dyk, New Richmond 4. (2nd Jr) Scientific Diamond-Red, Geneva Nunes, Chippewa Falls 5. Rosedale Suntan, Dodge Sampair & Austin Weix, Elmwood Champion Bred & Owned, Junior Show: WillowsEdge Advent Malika, Jordan VanDyk, New Richmond Senior & Grand Champion, Junior Show: Willows-Edge Rubens Karachi, Claire Van Dyk, New Richmond Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion, Junior Show: Willows-Edge Advent Malika, Jordan Van Dyk, New Richmond Senior Champion: Indianhead Golden Amore, Robert Schauf, Barron Reserve Senior Champion: Willows-Edge Bolton Flicker, Hendrik Van Dyk, New Richmond

Grand Champion: Scientific S Diondra Rae-ET, Matthew Nunes, Chippewa Falls Reserve Grand Champion: Indianhead Golden Amore, Robert Schauf, Barron Best Udder of the Show: Scientific S Diondra RaeET, Matthew Nunes, Chippewa Falls Champion Bred & Owned of Show: Scientific S Diondra Rae-ET, Matthew Nunes, Chippewa Falls Best 3 Females (2): 1. Willows-Edge Holsteins, Henk & Bonnie Van Dyk, New Richmond 2. Indianhead Holsteins, Bob & Karyn Schauf, Barron Produce of Dam (3): 1. Willows-Edge Holsteins, Henk & Bonnnie Van Dyk, New Richmond 2. Scientific Holsteins, Matt & Mandy Nunes, Chippewa Falls 3. Triple-HH, Scot & Becky Hammann, Barron


Dam & Offspring (2): 1. Willows-Edge Holsteins, Henk & Bonnie Van Dyk, New Richmond 2. Matt Linehan, River Falls Premier Breeder & Exhibitor: Willows-Edge Holsteins, New Richmond 10 & Under Showmanship: 1. Abbie Powers 2. Garrett Borth 3. Justyne Frisle Junior Showmanship: 1. Eric Wachtendonk 2. Krista Styer 3. Makenna Lentz Senior Showmanship: 1. Katrina Nunes 2. Matt Linehan 3. Dakota Bovre

Premier Breeder & Exhibitor – District 1 Willows Edge, New Richmond Henk & Bonnie Van Dyk, Jordan & Claire Herd Info: 127 cows BAA: 112.1% RHA: 2x 26,378 4.21 1111 3.04 801 District Show Herd: 18 head shown & 17 were homebred Current sires being used: Atwood, Goldsun, Golden Dreams, Heztry, Redburst, Sanchez, Sid & Stanleycup Breeding philosophies/herd goals: We breed for correct conformation. We feel it’s important to mate cows to make the next generation better. We use linear scores rather than GTPI numbers. We still look to the model Holstein cow as our goal. Comment on the animals that contributed to the winning of this award: We had several cows that contributed: Advent Malika, EX-94, was 1st Aged Cow & Best Bred & Owned of the Show; Bolton Flicker, EX-93, was 1st 5 Year Old; Rubens Karachi, EX-91, was 2nd 5 Year Old & Grand Champion of the Junior Show; Durham Michelle, EX-94, was 1st Junior 150,000 lb. cow; Melt, 2nd 4 Year Old, teamed up with full sister Mimic, both EX-92 Advents, to win the Produce class and Flicker and Mac Frosting, EX-90 at 2-11, combined to win Dam & Offspring.

District 2 Show June 24 • West Salem Judge: Kelli Cull 96 Head Shown: 59 heifers, 37 cows Spring Calf, exhibitors age 10 & under (4): 1. RLS Servant Harley, Bailey Larson, Alma Center 2. Hy-Gro Deb Praise-Red-ET, Kevin & Jody Hoyer, West Salem 3. Hy-Gro Jerrick Delta, Donna Olson, West Salem 4. Dittrich Dempsey Mopsey, Donald Dittrich, Alma Spring Calf (6): 1. (B&O) RLS Servant Harley, Bailey Larson, Alma Center 2. (1st Jr, JrB&O) MusicMeadow We Legit, Trent & Travis Schafer, Norwalk 3. Ace-N-Spades Dusk Fallon, Beth Nelson, Blair 4. Ar-Line Braxton Polly-ET, Reed Holthaus, Bangor 5. Hy-Gro Deb Praise-Red-ET, Kevin & Jody Hoyer, West Salem

Winter Calf (11): 1. (1st Jr, B&O) Pfaffsway Fever Maker, Olivia Pfaff, Alma Center 2. Miss Lauthority Glamorous, Wide Open Holstein & K Underwood, Alma Center 3. Pfaffs WO Sid Lebron, Kenneth Pfaff & Wide Open Holsteins, Alma Center 4. (2nd Jr, JrB&O) Lar-Lan Gold Sun Jeannie-ET, Thomas & Katherine Larson, Viroqua 5. Ar-Line Lauthorty Rayann-ET, Reed Holthaus, Bangor Fall Calf (14): 1. (1st Jr, B&O) Pfaffsway Braxton Bahama, Larissa & Olivia Pfaff, Alma Center 2. Dalin Bradnick Sabrina, David Trager, Black River Falls 3. (2nd Jr) Duckett-S Wndbrk Frieda-ET, Ranae Holthaus, Bangor 4. (JrB&O) Thimble-Peak Monum Shakira, Megan Nelson, Ettrick 5. Willows-Edge Scarlett, Tyler Schafer, Norwalk Summer Yearling (9): 1. (B&O) Miss Fever Dramatic, Kyra Bue & Gracie Pierson, Alma Center 2. (1st Jr, JrB&O) Thimble-Peak Sanchez Maria, Megan Nelson, Ettrick 3. Ryan-Vu Damion Jay-Jay, Rachel Gullicksrud, Strum 4. Meyerlyn Braxton Startle, Chris Meyer, Loganville 5. (2nd Jr) BlueHorizon Isy Luann-ET, Jacob & Jescey Thompson, Ettrick Spring Yearling (6): 1. (1st Jr, B&O) Pfaffsway As Beyond Belief, Larissa & Olivia Pfaff, Alma Center 2. Ms F-Pine-Knoll Bluejeans, Alan Dykshorn & Robert & Shelly Hart, Galesville 3. Gameday Goldsn Entourage-ET, Gameday Holsteins, Alma Center 4. (2nd Jr, JrB&O) JKB-Dittrich Baltimor Jalti, Jordon, Barbara & Korlen Dittrich, Alma 5. Hi-Lo-Springs Alex Lavender, Randy Dreier, Hixton Winter Yearling (2): 1. (B&O) Meyerlyn Starlyn, Chris Meyer, Loganville 2. Ponterio GW Atwood Yomama, Francis & Kim Ponterio, Melrose Fall Yearling (7): 1. (B&O) Wildwynde Shot of Midori, Wildwynde Genetics, Taylor 2. Welsh-Edge Insider Kasey, Ralph Petersheim, Viroqua 3. (1st Jr) Dymentholm Lexis Lima-ET, Bailey Larson, Alma Center 4. (2nd Jr, JrB&O) Dittrich Braxton Jaxton, Jordon, Barbara & Korlen Dittrich, Alma 5. Burledge Braxton Fergie, Macey Berg, La Crosse

Junior Champion, Junior Show: Pfaffsway As Beyond Belief, Larissa & Olivia Pfaff, Alma Center Reserve Junior Champion, Junior Show: Pfaffsway Braxton Bahama, Larissa & Olivia Pfaff, Alma Center

Junior 2 Year Old (6): 1. (B&O, BU) Dream-Prairie GW Alberta-ET, Cary & Joy Moser, Westby 2. Ar-Line Damion Sweet Thing, Reed Holthaus, Bangor 3. Pfaffs-WO Secure Evolve-Red, Kenneth Pfaff & Wide Open Holsteins, Alma Center 4. (1st Jr) Tumbleweed Goldwyn Leeza-ET, Larissa & Olivia Pfaff, Alma Center 5. Hy-Gro Dr Pandora-Red, Kevin & Jody Hoyer, West Salem (2nd Jr, JrB&O) Dittrich Sanchez Jazmine, Barbara Dittrich, Alma Senior 2 Year Old (13): 1. (B&O, BU) Dream-Prairie Curio Dee, Cary & Joy Moser, Westby 2. Ace-NSpades Sanchez Flo-ET, Beth Nelson, Blair 3. Indies-View Jana Lithium, Jerry Schmidt, Melrose 4. (1st Jr, JrB&O) Welsh-Edge Mystical Galaxy, David Petersheim, Viroqua 5. Pfaffs-WO Titanic Longoria, Kenneth Pfaff & Wide Open Holsteins, Alma Center (2nd Jr) Pfaffsway Sanchez Brynn, Larissa & Olivia Pfaff, Alma Center Junior 3 Year Old (4): 1. (BU) MapleOak Acme Sweetheart-Red, Graisson Schmidt, Melrose 2. (B&O) Dream-Prairie Recipe-Red-ET, Cary & Joy Moser, Westby 3. (1st Jr) Kranzdale Dusky, Cole Hoyer, West Salem 4. (2nd Jr, JrB&O) Thimble-Peak Monument Sasha, Megan Nelson, Ettrick Senior 3 Year Old (5): 1. (1st Jr, BU) Wis-Tex SS Poem-ET, Jeff Koster & Gracie Curran, Taylor 2. (2nd Jr) N-Adamscreek Wis Mirra, Adams Creek Farm, La Crosse 3. (B&O, JrB&O) Welsh-Edge Stormin Gigi, David Petersheim, Viroqua 4. Hy-Gro Debonair Paige, Kevin & Jody Hoyer, West Salem 5. Ridgeville Apjk Licrish-Red, Haylea Wallerman, Norwalk Intermediate Champion: Wis-Tex SS Poem-ET, Jeff Koster & Gracie Curran, Taylor Reserve Intermediate Champion: Dream-Prairie GW Alberta-ET, Cary & Joy Moser, Westby 4 Year Old (4): 1. (B&O, BU) Miss Goldwyn Barbados, Wide Open Holsteins & Legendholm Hols., Alma Center 2. (1st Jr) Pfaffsway Dillyn Ritz, Larissa Pfaff, Alma Center 3. (2nd Jr) Duckett Spirite Expresso, Trent & Travis Schafer and Austin Nauman, Norwalk 4. Indies-View Lollipop-P, Garrett & Graisson Schmidt, Melrose 5 Year Old (2): 1. (1st Jr, BU) Indies-View-GW LissaRed-ET, Garrett Schmidt, Melrose 2. (2nd Jr, B&O, JrB&O) Welsh-Edge Z Graham Cracker, David Petersheim, Viroqua 6 Year Old (3): 1. (1st Jr, BU) Dark-Horse Outside Deisel, Trent & Travis Schafer, Norwalk 2. (2nd Jr) Ban-View Hi-Metro Nicki-ET, Trent & Travis Schafer, Norwalk 3. (B&O) Welsh-Edge Granola, David Petersheim, Viroqua 150,000 lb. Cow (0) Champion Bred & Owned of the Junior Show: Welsh-Edge Mystical Galaxy, David Petersheim, Viroqua

Junior Champion: Miss Fever Dramatic, Kyra Bue & Gracie Pierson, Alma Center Reserve Junior Champion: Pfaffsway As Beyond Belief, Larissa & Olivia Pfaff, Alma Center Junior Best Three (2): 1. Pfaffsway Farms, Alma Center 2. Bob & Shelly Hart, Galesville

Senior & Grand Champion, Junior Show: Pfaffsway Dillyn Ritz, Larissa Pfaff, Alma Center Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion, Junior Show: Wis-Tex SS Poem-ET, Jeff Koster & Gracie Curran, Taylor Senior & Grand Champion: Miss Goldwyn

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Senior Showmanship: 1. Larissa Pfaff 2. Cole Hoyer 3. Katherine Larson

District 3 Show June 21 • Lancaster Judge: Norm Nabholz 187 Head Shown: 127 heifers, 60 cows Barbados, Wide Open Holsteins & Legendholm Hols, Alma Center Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion: Pfaffsway Dillyn Ritz, Larissa Pfaff, Alma Center Best Udder of Show: Miss Goldwyn Barbados, Wide Open Holsteins & Legendholm Hols, Alma Center Champion Bred & Owned of Show: Miss Goldwyn Barbados, Wide Open Holsteins & Legendholm Hols, Alma Center Best 3 Females (3): 1. Welsh-Edge Holsteins, Viroqua 2. Dream-Prairie Holsteins, Westby 3. Pfaffsway Farms, Alma Center Produce of Dam (1): 1. Welsh-Edge Holsteins, Viroqua Dam & Offspring (2): 1. Welsh-Edge Holsteins, Viroqua 2. Ace-N-Spades Holsteins, Blair Premier Breeder & Exhibitor: Welsh-Edge Holsteins, Petersheim Family, Viroqua 10 & Under Showmanship: 1. Jacob Thompson 2. Jescey Thompson 3. Sarah Burken Junior Showmanship: 1. Megan Nelson 2. Bailey Larson 3. Reece Lehman

Premier Breeder & Exhibitor – District 2 Welsh-Edge Holsteins, Viroqua Ralph & Sheila Petersheim, Heather (Petersheim) & Lexi Metzler, Derek, Daniel, Heidi, David & Hope Herd Info: 80 cows BAA: 108.9% RHA: 2x 23,000 3.7%F 3.0%P District Show Herd: 8 head shown & 8 were homebred Current sires being used: Bradnick, Shamrock, Alexander, Shottle, Gold Chip & Sid Breeding philosophies/herd goals: Breeding and feeding for longevity is our motto. We value aAa and strive to breed a youthful, balanced cow. We also focus on families that have proven to transmit the qualities we value. Comment on the animals that contributed to the winning of this award: When our children turned 9 they were given their choice of a calf on the farm. Our youngest son David (15), chose a heifer out of an EX Charles from our Ginger family. Welsh-Edge Granola is now EX-92 and had had 6 heifer calves (0 bulls!) for David! At the show this year we had Granola and her three oldest daughters: a VG-87 Zenith 4 year old, VG-85 Norman 3 year old and a VG-85 Mystical 2 year old. We feel very blessed to work in the Holstein industry with such great people and cows.

Spring Calf, exhibitors age 10 & under (12): 1. (B&O) Mickilcrest Bradnch Cupcake, Mike & Jill Van Schyndle, Cuba City 2. (1st Jr) Moorclose Goldfsh Sweettart, Madison, Mckenzie & Payton Calvert, Cuba City 3. (2nd Jr) Kishholm Absolute Amazin, Lauren & Gavin Kishman & Grant Fremstad, Lone Rock 4. Hopeful Baxton Kyras Reese, Richard Reeson, Barneveld 5. Nobland Barbw Tater Tot-Red, Dennis Noble, Lancaster Spring Calf (13): 1. (B&O, 1st Jr) Kishholm D Cinderella, Lauren & Gavin Kishman, Lone Rock 2. Mickilcrest Bradnch Cupcake, Mike & Jill Van Schyndle, Cuba City 3. (2nd Jr) Moorclose Goldfsh Sweettart, Madison, Mckenzie & Payton Calvert, Cuba City 4. Hill-Ton Lauthority Charge, Charles Hamilton, Cuba City 5. GBM GW Catwood, Gregory & Kimberly Moret, Prairie du Chien Winter Calf (23): 1. (B&O) Windy-Valley Brokaw Adraine, Brian Badtke & Amy Ruegsegger, Shullsburg 2. (1st Jr) Sylvan-T Guthrie Metro, Logan Turgasen, Richland Center 3. (2nd Jr) Morets SS Lindsey-Red, Brooke Moret, Fennimore 4. GildaleKJ Dundee Celo, Mark Gilbertson & Kenneth & Julie Moret, Hollandale 5. Auntys Atwood Royall, Marissa Grunenwald, Livingston Fall Calf (28): 1. (B&O) Hopeful This Fevr Is Ahot 1, Richard Reeson, Barneveld 2. Wiscit Spectrum BellaRed, University of Wisconsin-Platteville, Platteville 3. (1st Jr) Nobland Dusk Addie, Ainsley Noble, Lancaster 4. PRH Spectrum Savannah-Red, Reginald Kamps, Madison 5. Gildale Sid Tippy Toes-ET, Gildale Holsteins, Hollandale (2nd Jr) K-Manor G Roy Memory-ET, Sydney Love, Blanchardville Summer Yearling (18): 1. Cleland Barbwire Relapse, Reginald Kamps, Madison 2. (B&O) Wiscit Monument Hershey, University of WsconsinPlatteville, Platteville 3. Calopogon Time Dynamite, Suzanne Jackson, Fennimore 4. Hi-Line-Haven Brokaw Sox, Brian Badtke & Amy Ruegsegger, Shullsburg 5. (1st Jr) Jas-KI Goldchip Exclusive, Jason Kearns, Gays Mills (2nd Jr) Nobland Hvezda Evalyn-Red, Ainsley, Macie & Drew Noble, Lancaster Spring Yearling (13): 1. (B&O) GBM Atwood Jill, Gregory & Kimberly Moret, Prairie du Chien 2. (1st Jr) K-Manor GC Macie-ET, Sydney Love, Blanchardville 3. Redrock-Vew Jasper 1799, Carson Carpenter, Darlington 4. (2nd Jr) Kishholm Cowgirl Attic, Lauren Kishman & Grant Fremstad, Lone Rock 5. KHW Destry Ainsley-ET, Cora Carpenter, Darlington Winter Yearling (11): 1. (B&O) MS Damion Jasper, Badtke, Kamps, Roloff, Shullsburg 2. Budjon-JK Brx Erticulate-ET, Reginald Kamps, Madison 3. DoubleD Atwood Sandy, Payton, Morgan & Nolan Van Schyndle, Cuba City 4. Glenmar-Dale Circuit Adora, Glenmar-Dale Farms, Stitzer 5. Hartleys Braxton Britany, Hillary Hartley, Soldiers Grove (1st Jr) Moorclose Gold Chp Cinnamon, Madison, Mckenzie & Payton Calvert, Cuba City Fall Yearling (9): 1. (1st Jr) Bossir Absolute StarRed-ET, Jordyn Ann Kamps, Belmont 2. (B&O) Hi-Line-Haven Guthrie Beana, Brian Badtke & Amy Ruegsegger, Shullsburg 3. Hi-Line-Haven Destry Sami, Brian Badtke & Amy Ruegsegger, Shullsburg

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4. Hartleys Trump Dalayna, Dean & Donna Hartley, Soldiers Grove 5. (2nd Jr) Nobland Fever Barbie, Drew Noble & Ashley Spease, Lancaster

Junior Champion, Junior Show: Bossir Absolute Star-Red-ET, Jordyn Ann Kamps, Belmont Reserve Junior Champion, Junior Show: Nobland Dusk Addie, Ainsley Noble, Lancaster

Junior Champion: GBM Atwood Jill, Gregory & Kimberly Moret, Prairie du Chien Reserve Junior Champion: Bossir Absolute StarRed-ET, Jordyn Ann Kamps, Belmont Junior Best Three (3): 1. Gildale Holsteins, Hollandale 2. Triple-A Dairy, Lancaster 3. Nobland, Lancaster Junior 2 Year Old (11): 1. (1st Jr, B&O, BU) Moorclose Fever Marcella, Madison, Mckenzie & Payton Calvert, Cuba City 2. Frozenes Four L Danzig-Red, Rick Frozene, Lone Rock 3. Me-DoNms Freemont Elin, Josetta McNett, Belmont 4. Wiscit Palmero Idea, University of WisconsinPlatteville, Platteville 5. Paradise-D Greater Grape, Daniel & Nancy Pagenkopf, Lancaster (2nd Jr) Miesens Kuetie, Bridgett Marie Miesen, Belmont Senior 2 Year Old (15): 1. (1st Jr, BU) Dieters Destry Felicity, Madison, Mckenzie & Payton Calvert, Cuba City 2. Ms Apples Aubrey-ET, High Altitude Syndicate, Platteville 3. (B&O, 1st Jr) Kishholm Collett, Lauren Kishman & Grant Fremstad, Lone Rock 4. Gildale Shottle Alissa, Gildale Holsteins, Hollandale 5. Hill-Ton Pronto Caprice, Charles Hamilton, Cuba City Junior 3 Year Old (5): 1. (B&O, BU) Hopeful Shocking Diva, Richard Reeson, Barneveld 2. Nobland Alfredo Atlas, Troy Noble, Lancaster 3. Kinyon Goldwyn Pasta, Martin Kinyon, Lone Rock 4. (1st Jr) Moorclose Shottle Ice Cube, Madison Calvert, Cuba City 5. (2nd Jr) Bobeshea Goldwyn Amy Joel, Sarah Kearns, Gays Mills Senior 3 Year Old (7): 1. (B&O, BU) Gildale Jasper Nugget, Gildale Holsteins, Hollandale 2. (1st Jr) Fradon Jasper Jive-ET, Jordyn Ann Kamps, Belmont 3. (2nd Jr) Paradise-D Alan Gloria, Andrea Pagenkopf, Lancaster 4. Tombeth Laurin Estate, Sarah Kearns, Gays Mills 5. Hardwood Shottle Maryann-ET, Andrea Pagenkopf, Lancaster Intermediate Champion, Junior Show: Fradon Jasper Jive-ET, Jordyn Ann Kamps, Belmont Reserve Intermediate Champion, Junior Show: Dieters Destry Felicity, Madison, Mckenzie & Payton Calvert, Cuba City Intermediate Champion: Gildale Jasper Nugget, Gildale Holsteins, Hollandale


Reserve Intermediate Champion: Fradon Jasper Jive-ET, Jordyn Ann Kamps, Belmont 4 Year Old (8): 1. (B&O, BU) Gildale-KJ Goldwyn Capri-ET, Mark Gilbertson & Kenneth & Julie Moret, Hollandale 2. (1st Jr) Moorclose AC Candy CaneRed, Mckenzie Calvert, Cuba City 3. Kinyon Lheros Ireland, Marty Kinyon, Lone Rock 4. (2nd Jr) Paradise-D Shotl Powder, Andrea Pagenkopf, Lancaster 5. Glenmar-Dale Dundee Alissa, Becky Brown, Stitzer 5 Year Old (7): 1. (BU) Kamps-Hollow Weigland AJET, Ryan & Troy Weigel, Platteville 2. (1st Jr) Carn-Quest Advnt Glamour, Jason Richardson, Belmont 3. (B&O) Tombeth HB Logan, Thomas & Elizabeth Kearns, Gays Mills 4. (2nd Jr) Paradise-D Integrity Sici, Andrea Pagenkopf, Lancaster 5. Glenmar-Dale Dunde Charisse, Becky Brown, Stitzer 6 Year Old & Older Cow (5): 1. (BU) Miss Ad GBM Mayday-ET, Gregory & Kimberly Moret, Prairie du Chien 2. (1st Jr, B&O) Paradise-D Shotl Glystal-ET, Andrea Pagenkopf, Lancaster 3. Paradise-D Rudy Gudie, Andrea Pagenkopf, Lancaster 4. Glenn-Ann Goldwyn Shea, Gildale Holsteins, Hollandale 5. (2nd Jr) Grunenwald Forbiden Rochell, Marissa Grunenwald, Livingston 150,000 lb. Cow (2): 1 (BU, B&O) Kinyon Durham Felicia, Martin Kinyon, Lone Rock 2. Gildale Outside Laura, Gildale Holsteins, Hollandale

Senior & Grand Champion, Junior Show: CarnQuest Advnt Glamour, Jason Richardson, Belmont Reserve Senior Champion, Junior Show: Moorclose AC Candy Cane-Red, Mckenzie Calvert, Cuba City Reserve Grand Champion, Junior Show: Fradon Jasper Jive-ET, Jordyn Ann Kamps, Belmont

Senior & Grand Champion: Kamps-Hollow Weigland AJ-ET, Ryan & Troy Weigel, Platteville Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion: Carn-Quest Advnt Glamour, Jason Richardson, Belmont Best Udder of the Show: Moorclose AC Candy Cane-Red, Mckenzie Calvert, Cuba City Champion Bred & Owned of Show: Gildale Jasper Nugget, Gildale Holsteins, Hollandale Best Three Females (4): 1. Gildale Holsteins, Hollandale 2. Kinyon Holsteins, Lone Rock 3. Moorclose Holsteins, Cuba City 4. Paradise-D Holsteins, Lancaster Produce of Dam (1): 1. Nobland Farms, Lancaster Dam & Offspring (5): 1. Gildale Holsteins, Hollandale 2. Moorclose Holsteins, Cuba City

3. Jamiri Holsteins, Belmont 4. Marissa Grunenwald, Livingston 5. Mickilcrest Holsteins, Cuba City Premier Breeder: Paradise-D Holsteins, Lancaster Premier Exhibitor: Moorclose Holsteins, Cuba City 10 & Under Showmanship: 1. Madison Calvert 2. McKenzie Calvert 3. Drew Noble Junior Showmanship: 1. Grant Fremstad 2. Emma Buss 3. Andraya Errthum Senior Showmanship: 1. Jason Kearns 2. Ashley Spease 3. Andrea Pagenkopf

Premier Breeder – District 3 Paradise-D Holsteins, Lancaster Dan & Nancy Pagenkopf, Craig, Ela & Alan, Scott & Haylee, Andrea, Justin Olson & Elisa Shaw Herd Info: 145 cows RHA: 2x 27,300 4.13 1123 3.15 862 District Show Herd: 11 head shown & 10 were homebred Current sires being used: Atwood, Shottle, Ladd, Dorcy & Explode Breeding philosophies/herd goals: We try to breed for hardy, trouble-free cows with good feet & legs, balanced udders and dairy strength. Good, healthy, strong producing milk cows leads to profitablility. Each of our children have their own unique philosophy for their own matings, each with their own ideas for their future options. We all have a great passion and committment for the dairy industry and this will continue with the next generation. Comment on the animals that contributed to the winning of this award: Paradise-D Greater Grape, 5th Junior 2 Year Old; ParadiseD Niagra Glyst, 9th Junior 2 Year Old; ParadiseD Shane Glime, 11th Senior 2 Year Old; Paradise-D Alan Gloria, EX-90, 3rd Senior 3 Year Old; Paradise-D Dbonr Gracja-Red, VG-88, 6th Senior 3 Year Old; Paradise-D Shotl Powder, EX-91, 4th 4 Year Old; Paradise-D Ragu Garmzan-Red, EX-90, 6th 4 Year Old; Paradise-D Integrity Sici, EX-92, 4th 5 Year Old; Paradise-D Shotl Glystal-ET, EX-94, 2nd 6 Year Old & Older; Paradise-D Rudy Gudie, EX-93 2E, 3rd 6 Year Old & Older.

District 4 Holstein Show June 15 • Marshfield Judge: Lynn Harbaugh 164 Head Shown: 102 heifers, 62 cows Spring Calf, exhibitors age 10 & Under (15): 1. Regancrest Dempsey Adele, Regancrest Farm, Marshfield 2. Ms Hornland Ladd P Camio-Red, Gary Gehrke & Ken Horn, Spencer 3. Rob-Cri Goldsun Sequins-ET, Gracelyn Breitenstein, Plover 4. OehMy Alexander Mahalo, Chase & Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford 5. (1st Jr) Seefeldt-Acres Gol Gabby-ET, Abby Giddings, Hatley (2nd Jr, B&O) Dorsland Dot Guthrie Dixie, Wyatt Dorshorst, Junction City

Spring Calf (7): 1. (B&O) Ms Duckett Alexander Stacey, Don Rottinghaus & Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph 2. Regancrest Dempsey Adele, Regancrest Farm, Marshfield 3. (1st Jr) Tree-Hayven HH My Julia, Hannah Hensel, Auburndale 4. Ms Hornland Ladd P Camio-Red, Wyatt Dorshorst, Junction City 5. Tree-Hayven Snowden Evelyn, Adam Borchert, Auburndale (2nd Jr) Magnusons Attic Eden, Ashley Magnuson, Neillsville Winter Calf (16): 1. (B&O) Dannys Fever Jaya, Jason Danhof, Marshfield 2. Hornland Dempsey Amaze, Ken Horn, Spencer 3. Lonely-Mile Shame Sassy, Jeffrey & Jill Pinter, Curtiss 4. (1st Jr, JrBO) Joliam SS Pandora 4366, Ryan, Jessica & Nicole Pralle, Humbird 5. Shady-Lawn Picolo Tami-Red, Vicki, Allen, Luke & Chad Steffen, Greenwood (2nd Jr) Herbertview Maynard Alice, Mckenzie, Deveni & Dylan Rowley, Loyal Fall Calf (25): 1. (1st Jr, JrBO) Oeh-My Hero Ebony, Chase & Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford 2. (2nd Jr) Tree-Hayven Shaql Minaj-Red, Aaliyah Borchert, Auburndale 3. Craigcrest Rubies Rosewood-ET, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph 4. Craigcrest Sid Riviera-ET, Craigcrest & Duckett, Rudolph 5. Stachert TH Rginald Swagger, Stanley Borchert, Auburndale Summer Yearling (12): 1. (B&O) Tree-Hayven Damin Pieper-ET, Adam Borchert, Auburndale 2. (1st Jr) Duckett-SN Sunyfield Shinya, Jessica & Nicole Pralle, Humbird 3. Ms Deligt Braxton Delyth, Regancrest, Danhof, Steinhoff & Barrett, Marshfield 4. (2nd Jr) S-S-I Epic Mira 8165-ET, Nathan & Zachary Meyer, Unity 5. Fustead Guthre Expresion-ET, Brian & Wendy Fust, Wausau (JrB&O) Showstine Destry Cobra, Karlye & Jared Weber, Loyal Spring Yearling (8): 1. (B&O) Duckett-SR Wndbrk Shiloh-ET, M & J Duckett, Armbrust & Kasbergen, Rudolph 2. Oeh-My Dempsey Molly, Chase & Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford 3. Budjon-JK Brxtn Edoration, Robert & Christine Barden, Plover 4. (1st Jr) Milksource Bxtn Gabriell-ET, Jessica & Nicole Pralle, Humbird 5. Rose-Ryans Roy Jocelyn, Bryant Natzke, Merrill (2nd Jr) Sejour Sid Miss-ET, Mckenzie, Deveni & Dylan Rowley, Loyal Winter Yearling (10): 1. (B&O) Tree-Hayven Sid Path-ET, Adam Borchert, Auburndale 2. TreeHayven Shaqile Magical, Adam Borchert, Auburndale 3. Tree-Hayven Sid Patience-ET, Adam Borchert, Auburndale 4. (1st Jr) Budjon-JK Brx Ever Since-ET, Nathan J & Zachary Meyer, Unity 5. Dream-Team J Fever Dixie-ET, Jenna & Don Fahey, Merrill (2nd Jr) Winright Goldwyn Lemonade-ET, Mckenzie, Deveni & Dylan Rowley, Loyal (JrBO) Ms Showstine Fabul Callaway, Jared P & Karlye Weber & Raelene Schuette, Loyal Fall Yearling (9): 1. Jas-K Guthrie Tart-Red-ET, Matthew & Benjamin Dorshorst, Junction City 2. (B&O) Rob-Cri Atlantic Beehive, Robert & Christine Barden, Plover 3. Tails-Up Atwood Star, Jeremiah & Sherry Hagen, Spencer 4. (1st Jr) Lepak Observer Outstanding, Jordin Rekowski, Custer 5. Jas-K Guthrie Thea-Red-ET, Matthew & Benjamin Dorshorst, Junction City (2nd Jr) Linerway Braxton Alfalfa-ET, Jade Pinter, Curtiss Junior Champion, Junior Show: Oeh-My Hero Ebony, Chase & Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford Reserve Junior Champion, Junior Show: Tree-Hayven Shaql Minaj-Red, Aaliyah Borchert, Auburndale Junior Champion: Tree-Hayven Damin Pieper-ET, Adam Borchert, Auburndale Reserve Junior Champion: Oeh-My Hero Ebony,

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Junior Champions of the Junior Show Chase & Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford Junior Best Three (2): 1. Tree-Hayven Holsteins, Auburndale 2. Tails-Up Holsteins, Spencer Unfresh 2 Year Old (2): 1. (B&O) Ro-Lex Lheros Pasadena, Robert Miller, Vesper 2. Empire-Valley SS MB Rhianna, Karen Heckel Rhodes, Marshfield Dry 3 & 4 Year Old (1): 1. Lars-Acres Fel FreestyleET, Tomkins FM LLC, B Bunkelman & P Mattingly, Edgar Junior 2 Year Old (9): 1. (BU) Ms Opportunity Gracie-ET, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph 2. (B&O) Tree-Hayven Gldwyn Patio-ET, Adam Borchert, Auburndale 3. (1st Jr, JrB&O) Oeh-My Richman Eliza, Chase & Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford 4. Tree-Hayven Party Girl, Adam Borchert, Auburndale 5. Dorsland Deeda Dill, Emma Dorshorst, Junction City (2nd Jr) Joliam Fever Lavish 4006, Ryan, Jessica & Nicole Pralle, Humbird Senior 2 Year Old (6): 1. (BU) Tom-Beth Gold Goldenearring, Ryan Oehmichen, Appleton 2. (B&O) Tree-Hayven GW Pleasure-ET, Adam Borchert, Auburndale 3. (1st Jr, JrB&O) Badger Bradell 4556, Cody, Zachary & Nathan Meyer, Unity 4. (2nd Jr) Milksource Damon Darling-ET, Jessica & Nicole Pralle, Humbird 5. Budjon-JK Mac Emala-ET, Robert & Christine Barden, Plover Junior 3 Year Old (13): 1. (BU) Laidlawn Knowledge Gemini, Michael II & Julie Duckett, Rudolph 2. Kietz Sanchez Blondie, Chase & Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford 3. (B&O) Dannys Sanchez Kendra-ET, Tom & Jason Danhof, Marshfield 4. Dannys Sanchez Kiana-ET, Tom & Jason Danhof, Marshfield 5. Dorsland Spearmint Essence, John Dorshorst, Junction City (1st Jr) Oceanview-SM Sanchez ZeeET, Brodie Bunkelman, Edgar Senior 3 Year Old (11): 1. (BU, B&O) Tree-Hayven Shaquile Mystic, Adam Borchert, Auburndale 2. Miss Million Marriot, Chase & Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford 3. Theldke Mac Rumba 471, Krista Luedtke 4. Black-Lion Chasing A Dream, Laverne Lepak, Custer 5. Hylite Destry Mietie, Robert & Christine Barden, Plover (1st Jr, JrB&O) Joliam Shaq Loud 3762, Ryan, Jessica & Nicole Pralle, Humbird (2nd Jr) Joliam Shot Pansy 3720-ET, Ryan, Jessica & Nicole Pralle, Humbird Intermediate Champion, Junior Show: Badger Bradell 4556, Cody, Zachary & Nathan Meyer, Unity Reserve Intermediate Champion, Junior Show: Joliam Shaq Loud 3762, Ryan, Jessica & Nicole Pralle, Humbird Intermediate Champion: Laidlawn Knowledge Gemini, Michael & Julie Duckett, Rudolph Reserve Intermediate Champion: Ms Opportunity Gracie-ET, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph 4 Year Old (9): 1. (BU, B&O) Duckett Ross Pamela, Michael & Julie Duckett, Rudolph 2. Dannys Durham Jayla-ET, Jason Danhof, Marshfield 3. Dannys Durham Jalen-ET, Jason Danhof, Marshfield 4. (1st Jr) Sandy-Valley Alex Olivia-ET, Trevor, Tessa & Trista Meyer, Unity 5. Ri-Jul Advent Cora, Kody

Szews, Birnamwood 5 Year Old (5): 1. (BU) Four-Of-A-Kind Mich Miracle, Chase & Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford 2. (B&O) Tree-Hayven Drm Robins Song, Adam Borchert, Auburndale 3. Elm-Roc Jimbo Bonnie, Adam Luchterhand, Neillsville 4. (1st Jr, JrB&O) Joliam Goldwyn 3404-ET, Ryan, Jessica & Nicole Pralle, Humbird 5. Viaduct Lewis Bobbs 1044, Viaduct Holsteins LLC, Greenwood 6 Year Old & Older (9): 1. (BU) Frahil Goldwyn Dixie, Jason Mell, Merrill 2. (B&O) Rob-Cri Tribute Shimmer, Robert & Christine Barden, Plover 3. Dorsland Elly Evelyn-ET, Matthew Dorshorst, Junction City 4. Jo-Wal-Langs Gold Nadia-ET, J & George Waldvogel & Fred Lang, Wausau 5. Dorsland Terrason Elysia-ET, John Dorshorst, Junction City (1st Jr) Dalin Durham Taffy-ET, Brodie Bunkelman, Edgar 150,000 lb. Cows (0) Champion Bred & Owned, Junior Show: Badger Bradell 4556, Cody, Zachary & Nathan Meyer, Unity Senior Champion, Junior Show: Dalin Durham

Premier Breeder – District 4 Tree-Hayven Holsteins, Auburndale Adam, Chelsey & Aaliyah Borchert,

along with many family members, friends and chore help that help all the time in different ways to make Tree-Hayven Holsteins the farm it is today

Herd Info: 65 cows BAA: 108.7% RHA: 2x 21,240 3.9 820 3.24 653 District Show Herd: 15 head shown & 15 were homebred Current sires being used: Dundee, Golden Dream, Gold Chip, Windbrook, Reginald, Atwood, Goldsun, Armani, Avalanche, Aftershock, Chelios, Rainy, Barbwire, Declan & Sid Breeding philosophies/herd goals: We try to breed for udders, feet and legs and a nice frame cow. We don’t push for milk, but it is still a priority. We like cows that look good and last a long time but still are profitable. Comment on the animals that contributed to the winning of this award: Shaquille Mystic, EX-90, 1st Senior 3 & HM Intermediate Champion; Damion Pieper, 1st Summer Yearling & Junior Champion; Shaquille Minaj, 2nd Fall Calf & Reserve Junior Champion of Junior Show; Julia, 3rd open & 1st junior Spring Calf; GC Pinterest, 10th Winter Calf; Braxton Audrey, 6th Winter Calf; Reginald Swagger, 5th Fall Calf; Sid Path, 1st Winter Yearling; Shaquille Magical, 2nd Winter Yearling; Sid Patience, 3rd Winter Yearling; Goldwyn Patio, 2nd Junior 2; Party Girl, 4th Junior 2; GW Pleasure, 2nd Senior 2; Drm Robins Song, 2nd 5 Year Old. Pieper, Pinterest, Path, Patience, Patio, Party Girl, Pleasure are all out of TreeHayven Peppermint Pati, EX-93.

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Taffy-ET, Brodie Bunkelman, Edgar Reserve Senior Champion, Junior Show: SandyValley Alex Olivia-ET, Trevor, Tessa & Trista Meyer, Unity

Grand Champion, Junior Show: Badger Bradell 4556, Cody, Zachary & Nathan Meyer, Unity Reserve Grand Champion, Junior Show: Dalin Durham Taffy-ET, Brodie Bunkelman, Edgar Senior Champion: Duckett Ross Pamela, Michael & Julie Duckett, Rudolph Reserve Senior Champion: Four-of-a-Kind Mich Miracle, Chase & Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford Grand Champion: Duckett Ross Pamela, Michael & Julie Duckett, Rudolph Reserve Grand Champion: Laidlawn Knowledge Gemini, Michael & Julie Duckett, Rudolph Best Udder of the Show: Duckett Ross Pamela, Michael & Julie Duckett, Rudolph Champion Bred & Owned of the Show: Duckett Ross Pamela, Michael & Julie Duckett, Rudolph Best Three Females (1): 1. Dannys Holsteins, Marshfield

Premier Exhibitor – District 4 Oeh-My Farm, Abbotsford Craig & Christine Oehmichen, Chase & Willow Herd Info: 40 cows RHA: 2x 24,381 3.7 900 3.1 749 District Show Herd: 7 head shown & 4 were homebred Current sires being used: Dickey, Guthrie, Richman, Brokaw, Gold Chip & McCutchen Breeding philosophies/herd goals: Our goals are to make the next generation better by emphasizing udders and feet & legs. We hope to breed for quality and manage for performance. Comment on the animals that contributed to the winning of this award: Oeh-My Hero Ebony, 1st Fall Calf, Junior Champion of the Junior Show & Reserve Junior Champion of the Open Show; Kietz Sanchez Blondie, VG-87, 2nd Junior 3 Year Old; Miss Million Marriot, EX-90, 2nd Senior 3 Year Old; Four-of-a-Kind Mich Miracle, EX-92, 1st 5 Year Old, Best Udder & Reserve Senior Champion.


Grand Champions Produce of Dam (1): 1. Dannys Holsteins, Marshfield Dam & Offspring (1): 1. Rob-Cri, Robert & Christine Barden, Plover Premier Breeder: Tree-Hayven, Adam Borchert, Auburndale Premier Exhibitor: Chase & Willow Oehmichen, Abbotsford 10 & Under Showmanship: 1. Kaitlyn Kuse 2. Deagen Sandelier 3. Chase Oehmichen Junior Showmanship: 1. Devini Rowley 2. Ashley Magnusen 3. Tyler Giddings Senior Showmanship: 1. Cassi Miller 2. McKenzie Rowley 3. Genny Fuller

2. (1st Jr, JrB&O) Sorg-Land Kalahari Macaroni, Taylor Riedel, Spring Green 3. Kranzdale Atwood Maddy, Tracy Horkan, Reedsburg 4. Poly-Kow Epic Akira-ET, Tracy Horkan, Reedsburg Spring Yearling (9): 1. (B&O) Hammertime Windbrook Reno, Haley & Ryan Krohlow, Poynette 2. Mell-Wood Lauthority R1511, Jack & John Mell, Poynette 3. Hammertime Advent Aloha-Red, Haley & Ryan Krohlow, Poynette 4. (1st Jr) Funny Proposition-Red, Tyler, Cole & Mikayla Endres, Lodi 5. (2nd Jr) Lyn-Vale DA Raisin-Red, Garrett, Theresa & Johanna Madland, Lyndon Station (JrB&O) KNHEndres Palermo Jynx, Tyler, Cole & Mikayla Endres, Lodi Winter Yearling (3): 1. (B&O) Rosedale Panty PaidET, Rosedale Genetics, Ltd, Oxford 2. Bass-Val Windbrook Janae, Ryan & Cletus Bass, Reedsburg 3. (1st Jr, JrB&O) KNH-Endres Fever Sarcasm, Tyler Endres, Lodi Fall Yearling (4): 1. (1st Jr, JrB&O) KNH-Endres Seaver Onika, Tyler, Cole & Mikayla Endres, Lodi 2. Walk-Era Fever Montene-ET, Walk-Era Farms, Inc., Wisconsin Dells 3. (2nd Jr) Sco-Lo Fever Hailey-ET, Melissa Sprecher, Sauk City 4. Bass-Val Durham-R Mombi-Red, Ryan & Cletus Bass, Reedsburg

District 5 Show June 20 • Westfield Judge: Ryan Weigel 108 Head Shown: 66 heifers, 42 cows Spring Calf, exhibitors age 10 & under (7): 1. Shea-Hi Damion Avery-ET, Richard & Jean Sheahan, Wonewoc 2. (B&O) Walk-Era Shottle Brooke, Walk-Era Farms, Inc., Wisconsin Dells 3. West-Springs Hero Popcorn 36, Hockerman Bros., Inc., Westfield 4. West-Springs Brad Bennelli, Hockerman Bros., Inc., Westfield 5. Heinze Guthrie Dixie, Mark Heinze, Portage (1st Jr) Ms Paule-View Spirte Accent, Suton Paulson & Dustin Kirkpatrick, Arlington Spring Calf (8): 1. (B&O) Rosedale The Rose-RedET, Rosedale Genetics Ltd, Oxford 2. Rosedale Broken Spell, Rosedale Genetics Ltd, Oxford 3. Shea-Hi Damion Avery-ET, Richard & Jean Sheahan, Wonewoc 4. Protege Braxton Roxie, Colt & Nikki Voegeli, Arlington 5. Walk-Era Shottle Brooke, Walk-Era Farms, Inc., Wisconsin Dells (1st Jr, JrB&O) Debonair Cowgirl, Joette Horkan, Reedsburg (2nd Jr) Hardwood Heartbreak-Red, Taylor & Kelsey Riedel, Spring Green Winter Calf (16): 1. Rosedale Nice And EZ-ET, Rosedale Genetics Ltd, Oxford 2. (1st Jr, JrB&O) Tsmad-Lyn Fever La Rue, Garrett, Theresa & Johanna Madland, Lyndon Station 3. Rosedale Rumor Hasit-Red-ET, Rosedale Genetics Ltd, Oxford 4. (2nd Jr) Synergy Bradnick Haven, Levi Kindschi, Loganville 5. KNH-Endres Dempsey Lambeau, Tyler, Cole & Mikayla Endres, Lodi Fall Calf (17): 1. (B&O) Hammertime Noniberry-Red, Haley & Ryan Krohlow, Poynette 2. Rosedale Worth Repeating-ET, Rosedale Genetics Ltd, Oxford 3. Walk-Era Lauthority Sunny, Walk-Era Farms, Inc., Wisconsin Dells 4. (1st Jr) Jerland Sh GemmalynRed-ET, Garrett, Theresa & Johanna Madland, Lyndon Station 5. Heatherstone Mercurial-ET, Chelsea Holschbach, Baraboo (2nd Jr) Frozenes Gold Chip Emmy-ET, Ryley & Jesse Frozene, Westfield (JrB&O) KNH-Endres Atlantic Orlando, Tyler, Cole & Mikayla Endres, Lodi Summer Yearling (4): 1. (B&O) Walk-Era Dundee Annelise, Walk-Era Farms, Inc., Wisconsin Dells

Junior Champion, Junior Show: Tsmad-Lyn Fever La Rue, Garrett, Theresa & Johanna Madland, Lyndon Station Reserve Junior Champion, Junior Show: Jerland Sh Gemmalyn-Red-ET, Garrett, Theresa & Johanna Madland, Lyndon Station

Junior Champion: Hammertime Windbrook Reno, Haley & Ryan Krohlow, Poynette Reserve Junior Champion: Hammertime Noniberry-Red, Haley & Ryan Krohlow, Poynette Junior Best Three (3): 1. Hammertime, Haley & Ryan Krohlow, Poynette 2. Rosedale Genetics, Ltd, Mark & Nicky Rueth, Oxford 3. Walk-Era Farms, Inc., Wisconsin Dells Junior 2 Year Old (6): 1. (BU, B&O) Rosedale Shes Phonomenal-ET, Rosedale Genetics Ltd, Oxford 2. May-Day Rose At Rosedale-ET, Rosedale Genetics Ltd, Oxford 3. Howe-AE Redman MiladyRed, Tammy Voegeli & Ann Lerum, Arlington 4. West-Springs Palermo 2718, Hockerman Bros., Inc., Westfield 5. (1st Jr) Ahm Lady Priscilla-Red, Tyler, Cole & Mikayla Endres, Lodi (2nd Jr) KulpDale Destry Ady-Red-ET, Joette Horkan, Reedsburg Senior 2 Year Old (9): 1. (BU, B&O) J-M-L Maples Goldwyn-ET, Tom Lyon, Tom Lyon Jr. & Jason Mell, Westfield 2. Unique-View Atwood Royal, Heather-

stone Enterprises & Joel Kietzman, Baraboo 3. Ms A-Roses Acclamation, Rosedale Genetics Ltd, Oxford 4. Tirawley Aftershock Glea, Thomas Barrett, Camp Douglas 5. L-Maples-BO-Gldwn-Gin II, Tom Lyon & Bob Osborn, Westfield Junior 3 Year Old (7): 1. (BU, B&O) Heatherstone Palisade, Chelsea Holschbach, Baraboo 2. Milksource Goldwyn Rhea-ET, Haley & Ryan Krohlow, Poynette 3. Ocean-View Shotle Sherry, Rosedale Genetics Ltd., Oxford 4. (1st Jr, JrB&O) Walk-Era Sanchez Mirimichi, Alli Walker, Wisconsin Dells 5. (2nd Jr) Hylite Jet Ms Fab-Red-TW, Tyler, Cole & Mikayla Endres, Lodi Senior 3 Year Old (3): 1. (BU, B&O) L-Maples Advent Patsy, Tom Lyon, Westfield 2. Tirawley Sanchez Tipper, Thomas Barrett, Camp Douglas 3. Paule-View D Sanchez Left, Suton Paulson & Dustin Kirkpatrick, Arlington Intermediate Champion: J-M-L Maples GoldwynET, Tom Lyon, Tom Lyon Jr. & Jason Mell, Westfield Reserve Intermediate Champion: Unique-View Atwood Royal, Heatherstone Enterprises & Joel Kietzman, Baraboo 4 Year Old (6): 1. (BU, B&O) Rosedale Stardom Bound-ET, Rosedale Genetics Ltd, Oxford 2. Pineylawn Jasper Bethany, Heatherstone Enterprises, Inc., Baraboo 3. Brookhill Goldwyn Cecile, Heatherstone Enterprises, Inc, Baraboo 4. L-Maples Mark Henna, Tom Lyon, Westfield 5. Rosedale Gold-Mine-ET, Rosedale Genetics Ltd, Oxford 5 Year Old (6): 1. (BU) Reinecke-Hol Sept Storm S4, Heatherstone Enterprises, Inc., Baraboo 2. (B&O) JM-L-Maples Aspen Deb-ET, Tom Lyons, Tom Lyons Jr. & Jason Mell, Westfield 3. Paradise-RV Xmas Present-ET, Rosedale Genetics Ltd, Oxford 4. Karr-Mar Final Cut Coconut, Mark Heinze, Portage 5. (1st Jr) Shea-Hi Damion Amber, Adam Field, Reedsburg (2nd Jr, JrB&O) KNH-Endres Gibson Blyss-TW, Tyler, Cole & Mikayla Endres, Lodi 6 Year Old & Older (4): 1. (BU) Bri-Mel-Acres Avt Arika-Red, Heatherstone Enterprises, Inc., Baraboo 2. (B&O) L-Maples Advent Melinda-ET, Tom Lyon, Westfield 3. Paule-View Dundee Lauren, Suton Paulson & Dustin Kirkpatrick, Arlington 4. Greenlea Ad Rae CC-Red-ET, Tom Lyons & Bob Osborn, Westfield 150,000 lb. Cow (1): 1. (BU) Cowtown Champion Stalic-ET, Heatherstone Enterprises, Inc., Baraboo Champion Bred & Owned of the Junior Show: Walk-Era Sanchez Mirimichi, Alli Walker, Wisconsin Dells

Senior & Grand Champion, Junior Show: SheaHi Damion Amber, Adam Field, Reedsburg Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion, Junior Show: Walk-Era Sanchez Mirimichi, Alli Walker, Wisconsin Dells Senior & Grand Champion: Rosedale Stardom Bound-ET, Rosedale Genetics Ltd, Oxford Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion, Open Show: Reinecke-Hol Sept Storm S4, Heather-

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Grand Champions stone Enterprises, Inc., Baraboo Best Udder of the Show: Rosedale Stardom Bound-ET, Rosedale Genetics Ltd, Oxford Champion Bred & Owned of Show: Rosedale Stardom Bound-ET, Rosedale Genetics Ltd, Oxford Best Three Females (3): 1. Hammertime Holsteins, Poynette 2. Paule-View, Arlington 3. Taylor & Kelsey

Premier Exhibitor – District 5 Heatherstone Enterprises, Inc., Baraboo Mike, Val, Chase & Chelsea Holschbach Brienne (Holschbach), Clay & Mason Carlson Herd Info: 140 cows RHA: 2x 26,665 3.96 1057 3.16 844 District Show Herd: 8 head shown & 2 were homebred Current sires being used: Atwood, Brokaw, Fever, Chelios, McCutchen, Durham, Gold Chip, Always-Red, Absolute-Red Breeding philosophies/herd goals: We try to use a balanced approach in our breeding program. When considered as a whole, our service sires will come from strong cow families with an emphasis on udders and feet & legs. We also keep an eye on genomic linear profiles to give us some insight into the breeding pattern we can expect. We tend to breed for type and longevity, and feed for production. Each year we will flush a hand full of cows to “show type” sires that hopefully produce the kind of offspring that will be competitive in the show ring. We enjoy competing with our friends in District 5 and take great pride in receiving this award. Comment on the animals that contributed to the winning of this award: Heatherstone Palisade, EX-90, 1st Junior 3 Year Old & HM Intermediate Champion; Reinecke-Hol Sept Storm S4, EX-92, 1st 5 Year Old & Reserve Senior & Grand Champion; Bri-Mel-Acres Avt Arika-Red, EX-94 & 2x R&W All-American nominee, 1st 6 Year Old & Over; Cowtown Champion Stalic-ET, EX-94 2E, 1st 150,000 lb. cow; Brookhill Goldwyn Cecile, EX-92, 3rd 4 Year Old, she was also 5th at Midwest National Spring Show and 5th at the Wisconsin Championship Show; Pineylawn Jasper Bethany, EX-91, 2nd 4 Year Old & Honorable Mention Senior & Grand Champion, she was also 7th Junior 3 Year Old at the International Holstein Show in 2012.

Riedel, Spring Green Produce of Dam (4): 1. Tom Lyon, Tom Lyon Jr. and Jason Mell, Westfield 2. Tom Lyon & Bob Osborn, Westfield 2. Rosedale Genetics Ltd., Mark & Nicky Rueth, Oxford 4. KNH-Endres, Tyler, Cole & Mikayla Endres, Lodi Dam & Offspring (1): 1. Tom Lyon, Westfield Premier Breeder: Rosedale Genetics Ltd, Oxford Premier Exhibitor: Heatherstone Enterprises, Baraboo 10 & Under Showmanship: 1. Brett Walker 2. Hannah Hockerman 3. Holden Hockerman Junior Showmanship: 1. Alli Walker 2. Mikayla Endres 3. Katelyn Brunn Senior Showmanship: 1. Tyler Endres 2. Courtney Makoutz

District 6 Show June 18 • Stoughton Judge: Roger Turner Associate Judge: Tony Brey 225 Head Shown: 162 heifers, 63 cows Spring Calf, exhibitors age 10 & Under (14): 1. (B&O) S-Fine 4538 Braxton Boston, So-Fine Bovines LLC, Westfield 2. Miss Fortune Melanie-ET, Kietzman J&J Sigworth & J Breitbach, Waunakee 3. Jeffrey-Way LVN Black Gold, Brooks Hendrickson, Belleville 4. Miss Titanic Snickers, J Kietzman J&J Sigwarth, Waunakee 5. Marsh-Vue Being SassyRed, Keith Hagen, Milton (1st Jr) Jenny-Lou-KJ Snazzy Azzie, Kyle, Allison, Kayla, & Lauren Breunig, Sauk City (2nd Jr) WI Fischerdale Forever, Lindsey, Ashlyn, & Cole Sarbacker, Edgerton Spring Calf (15): 1. (B&O) Trent-Way Tamikos TaffyET, Trent Hendrickson, Blanchardville 2. (1st Jr) BHHD Sid Legacy, Nicole Ballweg & Karlee Ketelboeter, Dane 3. S-Fine 4538 Braxton Boston,

Premier Breeder – District 5 Rosedale Genetics Ltd., Oxford Mark & Nicky Rueth Herd Info: 75 cows RHA: 2x 21,879 4.0 884 3.15 667 District Show Herd: 14 head shown & 13 were homebred Current sires being used: We are using proven bulls & young sires from proven cow families. Breeding philosophies/herd goals: We breed for type with an emphasis on udders and good feet and legs, strength and adequate stature. Comment on the animals that contributed to the winning of this award: 13 of the 14 animals shown were all homebred and all descendents of Stookey Elmpark Blackrose, EX-96 3E, Lavender Ruby Redrose, EX-96 4E, and Vandyk-K Integrity Paradise, EX-96 2E.

So Fine Bovine 4. (2nd Jr) Virhada Reatity MontanaRed, Karsen Haag, Mt. Horeb 5. Miss Fortune Melanie-ET, Kietzman, J&J Sigworth & J Breitbach, Waunakee Winter Calf (32): 1. (B&O, 1st Jr) Jenny-Lou Braxton 3471, K, A, K, & L Breunig, Sauk City 2. (2nd Jr) Bur-Wall Sanchez Pique, Malcolm Johnson, Evansville 3. Siemers R-Hero Augustana, C, E, & Z Endres, Waunakee 4. Rock-N-Hill-II Alexa Aubrey, Brian McCullough, Juda 5. Rock-N-Hill Circuit Darbie, Lea McCullough, Juda Fall Calf (38): 1. (B&O) Hillpine Stone Fever, Lauber Farm, Union Grove 2. (1st Jr) WI Fischerdale Damion Rambo, Sara Griswold, Black Earth 3. (2nd Jr) BHHD Eden Dempsey, Nicole Ballweg & Karlee Ketelboeter, Dane 4. Hoesly Atwood Payday, Jake & Paige Hoesly, Brodhead 5. Opsal Braxton CarlyET, Josh, Joey, & Felicia Opsal, Blue Mounds Summer Yearling (22): 1. (1st Jr, B&O) WI Fischerdale G Repeat, Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona 2. WI Fischerdale T Sun Exactly, Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona 3. Ladies-Run Katalina, Nick & Jessica Sarbacker, Whitewater 4. Duckett SR Dundee Style-ET, John Klossner, New Glarus 5. Ourway Redliner Spots-Red, Ourway Holsteins, Brooklyn (2nd Jr) Milksource Damion Electra, Benjamin Kronberg, Milton Spring Yearling (15): 1. (B&O, 1st Jr) Berryridge Gldchp Eccentric, Elizabeth & Zackary Endres, Waunakee 2. Ziems Reginald Muddys Monet, Timothy & Leah Ziemba, Elkhorn 3. Fischerdale Braxton Juke, Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona 4. Ziems Atwood Sasha, Timothy & Leah Ziemba, Elkhorn 5. (2nd Jr) Berryridge Guthrie Daydream, Elizabeth & Sarah Endres, Waunakee Winter Yearling (15): 1. (1st Jr) Milksource Guthrie Funny-ET, Kristen, Jenna, & Nicole Broege, Janesville 2. (B&O) Glenn-Ann GC Scandal-ET, Glenn-Ann, Albany 3. (2nd Jr) Rock-N-Hill-II Astero Crumb, Rachel McCullough, Juda 4. Fischerdale Windbrook Etta, Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona 5. Hobby-Hill Apple Lana-RC, Riley Miller, Orfordville Fall Yearling (11): 1. (B&O) Rock-N-Hill Circuit Marion, Lea McCullough, Juda 2. (1st Jr) Rock-NHill Garret Liz, Garrett Lederman, Juda 3. (2nd Jr) Jeffrey-Way WB Twitter-ET, Brienne Hendrickson, Belleville 4. Fischerdale Fever Estero-ET, Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona 5. Ziems Dusk Lila, Renee Pierick, Prairie du Sac Junior Champion, Junior Show: WI Fischerdale Damion Rambo, Sara Griswold, Black Earth Reserve Junior Champion, Junior Show: Milksource Guthrie Funny-ET, Kristen, Jenna, & Nicole Broege, Janesville

Junior Champion: Hillpine Stone Fever, Lauber Farm, Union Grove Reserve Junior Champion: WI Fischerdale Damion Rambo, Sara Griswold, Black Earth Junior Best Three (4): 1. Fischerdale, Verona 42–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/September 2013


2. Rock-N-Hill, Juda 3. Ziems Farms, Elkhorn 4. Glenn-Ann, Albany Junior 2 Year Old (7): 1. (BU, B&O, 1st Jr) Opsal Wilstar Dare Shot-ET, Josh, Joey, & Felicia Opsal, Blue Mounds 2. Glenn-Ann Palermo Angela, Robert Cramer Jr, Juda 3. Bella-View Alexandra, Jenna Langer, DeForest 4. Ourway Kite Candy-ET, Ourway Holsteins, Brooklyn 5. Hurtgenlea Burn Chateau-Red, Hurtgenlea Ltd., Elkhorn (2nd Jr) Hoesly Dundee Espresso-ET, Jake & Paige Hoesly, Brodhead Senior 2 Year Old (20): 1. (BU, 1st Jr, B&O) RockN-Hill-II Atwood Crisco, Rachel McCullough, Juda 2. (2nd Jr) Luck-E Braxton Maeve, Nicole Ballweg & Karlee Keteboeter, Dane 3. Ms L-Maples-BO SG Durham 46, Jenna Langer, DeForest 4. Butlerview Aftersh April-ET, Ryan Lauber, Union Grove 5. Brunland Sanchez Dakota, Kristen & Jenna Broege, Janesville Junior 3 Year Old (5): 1. (BU, B&O) Rock-N-Hill-II Cranberry, Chris & Mike McCullough, Juda 2. (1st Jr) Jeffrey-Way Advent Dynasty, Patrick Blair, Belleville 3. (2nd Jr) BHHD Lil Gold-ET, Nicole Ballweg, Dane 4. Ms Starmark Con Racy-Red-ET, Jenna Langer, DeForest 5. Kingsmill Atwood TidaET, John & Joad Judd, Mt. Horeb Senior 3 Year Old (11): 1. (B&O) Hosto Durham Windfall, Kelly & Ruth Ann Hosto, Juda 2. (BU) Glenn-Ann Jasper Shining-ET, Glenn-Ann, Albany 3. Ms Jenny Lou Shtl Lildebbi-ET, Mystic Valley, Sauk City 4. Ziems Lheros Libertine, Timothy Ziemba, Elkhorn 5. Savage-Leigh Sanchez Lea-ET, Daniel Weis, Union Grove (1st Jr) Kellercrest Sanchez Bridie, Kimberly Keller, Mt. Horeb (2nd Jr) Brunland Dundee Dallas, Kristen & Jenna Broege, Janesville

150,000 lb. Cow (2): 1. (BU, B&O) Rock-N-Hill-II Con Stephany, Chris & Mike McCullough, Juda 2. Jeffrey-Way Tamiko-ET, Trent Hendrickson, Blanchardville 3 & 4 Year Old Dry Cows (1): 1. (B&O) Dale-Em Redman Teddie-Red, Dale Heath, Janesville Senior Champion, Junior Show: Fischerdale Damion Reality, Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona Reserve Senior Champion, Junior Show: Kishholm Chasity, Jenna Langer, DeForest

Grand Champion, Junior Show: Rock-N-Hill-II Atwood Crisco, Rachel McCullough, Juda Reserve Grand Champion, Junior Show: Luck-E Braxton Maeve, Nicole Ballweg & Karlee Keteboeter, Dane Senior & Grand Champion: Rock-N-Hill-II Pro Uno, Chris & Mike McCullough, Juda Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion: Ziems-EF Dundee Ebony, Timothy, Leah, Barbara, & Kevin Ziemba, Elkhorn Best Udder of Show: Rock-N-Hill-II Pro Uno, Chris & Mike McCullough, Juda Champion Bred & Owned of Show: Rock-N-Hill-II Pro Uno, Chris & Mike McCullough, Juda Best Three Females (3): 1. Rock-N-Hill-II, Juda 2. Glenn-Ann Holsteins, Albany 3. Jeffrey-Way Holsteins, Belleville

Premier Breeder & Exhibitor – District 6

Intermediate Champion: Rock-N-Hill-II Atwood Crisco, Rachel McCullough, Juda Reserve Intermediate Champion: Luck-E Braxton Maeve, Nicole Ballweg & Karlee Keteboeter, Dane 4 Year Old (5): 1. (BU, B&O) Rock-N-Hill-II Pro Uno, Chris & Mike McCullough, Juda 2. Ziems-EF Dundee Ebony, Timothy, Leah, Barbara, & Kevin Ziemba, Elkhorn 3. (1st Jr) Fischerdale Damion Reality, Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona 4. (2nd Jr) Kishholm Chasity, Jenna Langer, DeForest 5. Kamps-Hollow Ascarlet-Red-ET, Brooks Hendrickson, Belleville 5 Year Old (8): 1. (BU, B&O) Me-Do-Meadows Lyster Ann, Me-Do-Meadows, Orfordville 2. Sunny-Hillvue Damion Lady, Jordan & Jenna Olson, Edgerton 3. Windsor-Manor Ruby-Red, Ziems Farms, Elkhorn 4. Glenn-Ann Palermo Cheetos, Glenn-Ann, Albany 5. (1st Jr) Jeffrey-Way Tarita-TW, Brienne & Brooks Hendrickson, Belleville (2nd Jr) Hoesly Advent Magic-ET, Jake & Paige Hoesly, Brodhead 6 Year Old & Older (4): 1. (BU, B&O) Glenn-Ann Jasper Shiner, Glenn-Ann, Albany 2. Raggi Durham Tobi, Kyle Natzke, Fond du Lac 3. (1st Jr) JeffreyWay Golden-ET, Brooks Hendrickson, Belleville 4. (2nd Jr) Jeffrey-Way Geneva-ET, Brienne & Brooks Hendrickson, Belleville

Rock-N-Hill-II Holsteins, Juda Mike & Marcy McCullough; Chris, Kathie, Rachel & Brian McCullough Herd Info: 50 cows BAA: 112% RHA: 2x 23,009 3.81 877 3.18 731 District Show Herd: 6 head shown & 6 were homebred Current sires being used: Atwood, Absolute, Circuit, Hero, Guthrie & Aftershock Breeding philosophies/herd goals: High type is the main goal at Rock-N-Hill-II. We strive for good uddered, well balanced cows with solid feet and legs; cows meant to last a long lifetime. Comment on the animals that contributed to the winning of this award: Rock-N-Hill-II Atwood Crisco, 1st Senior 2 Year Old, Interm. Champion of Open & Junior Show; Rock-N-HillII Cranberry, VG-87, 1st Junior 3 Year Old; Rock-N-Hill-II Pro Uno, EX-91, 1st 4 Year Old, Senior & Grand Champion; Rock-N-Hill-II Con Stephany, EX-94 2E, 1st 150,000 lb. Cow.

Grand Champions Produce of Dam (5): 1. Glenn-Ann Holsteins, Albany 2. Jeffrey-Way Holsteins, Belleville 3. Rock-N-Hill-II, Juda 4. Kristen, Jenna, & Nicole Broege, Janesville 5. Kellercrest Registered Holsteins, Mt. Horeb Dam & Offspring (4): 1. Fischerdale, Verona 2. Kellercrest Registered Holsteins, Mt. Horeb 3. Wayne DeBuhr, Cottage Grove 4. Jeffrey-Way Holsteins, Belleville Premier Breeder & Exhibitor: Rock-N-Hill-II Holsteins, Juda 10 & Under Showmanship: 1. Anna Smith 2. Ashlyn Sarbacker 3. Eliza Endres Junior Showmanship: 1. Joey Opsal 2. Nicole Broege 3. Riley Miller Senior Showmanship: 1. Jake Hoesly 2. Elizabeth Sarbacker 3. Kristen Broege

District 7 Show June 19 • Seymour Judge: Chris McCullough 140 Head Shown: 91 Heifers, 49 Cows Spring Calf, exhibitors age 10 & Under (13): 1. (1st Jr, B&O) Bella-Ridge Gins Beauty-ET, J, L & M Harbaugh & A Loehr, Marion 2. (2nd Jr) V-View Ctndr Moscato-Red-ET, McKenzie Endvick, Freedom 3. (JrB&O) Synergy Guthrie Toucan, M, C & E Jauquet & M, C & S Haack, Pulaski 4. Wilstar Bwire Dessy-Red-ET, Wilstar Holsteins, Poy Sippi 5. Synergy Always In Love-Red, M, C & E Jauquet & M, C & S Haack, Pulaski Spring Calf (4): 1. (1st Jr, B&O) Bella-Ridge Gins Beauty-ET, J, L & M Harbaugh & A Loehr, Marion 2. (2nd Jr) Harmony-Mist Dusk Lilly-TW, Bethany Marcks, Black Creek 3. V-View Ctndr Moscato-RedET, McKenzie Endvick, Freedom 4. Milksource Sid Lexington, MilkSource LLC, Freedom Winter Calf (18): 1. (1st Jr) Ryan Geiger GW Atwd Reaction, Jordan & Whitney Ebert, Algoma 2. EbertEnt Attic Loreal-ET, Lynn & Sara Harbaugh & Chad & Amy Ryan, Marion 3. (2nd Jr, B&O) Synergy Always Sexy-Red, M, C & E Jauquet & M, C & S Haack, Pulaski 4. Bella-Ridge Durham Gina-ET, Lynn & Sara Harbaugh & Kurt & Sarah Loehr, Marion 5. Bella-Ridge Ginger Ale-ET, Lynn & Sara Harbaugh & Kurt & Sarah Loehr, Marion Fall Calf (14): 1. (B&O) Overland Atwood Liza, Overland Acres, DePere 2. (1st Jr) Ryan-Vu G W Atwood Breeze, J, J, H, A & K Gaedtke & M Kroll, Luxemburg 3. (2nd Jr, JrB&O) Synergy Alchemy Romano-ET, M, C & E Jauquet & M, C & S Haack, Pulaski 4. Bella-Ridge Alex Ginger-ET, Kayla Krueger, Marion 5. Jauquet Dempsy Rorie, Hailey Jauquet, Luxemburg Summer Yearling (15): 1. (B&O) Bella-View Goldwyn Julip-ET, Lynn & Sara Harbaugh, Marion 2. Jauquet GW Atwood Doll, Jeff Jauquet, Luxemburg 3. Win-K Braxton Klassic, Blake & Hope Klessig, Poy Sippi 4. Sabofarm-JM Braxton Beth, Robert Sabo, Jason Mell & Joel Kietzman, Green Bay 5. Milksource My Whiskey-Red, MilkSource

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LLC, Freedom (1st Jr) Harmony-Mist Cool Whip, Bethany Marcks, Black Creek (2nd Jr) Gaedtke Time Friday, J, J, H, A & K Gaedtke & M Kroll, Luxemburg (JrB&O) Ewald-View Sanchz Perfect, Miranda Ewald, Wautoma Spring Yearling (13): 1. (1st Jr, B&O) Jimdandy BW Glimmer-Red, Mckenna & Coltin Coffeen, DePere 2. (2nd Jr, JrB&O) Mead-Manor Windbrk Amarillo, Mike & Megan Moede, Algoma 3. Jauquet Extreme Whiskey, Nathan Jauquet, Luxemburg 4. Where Is My Tierra, Brandon Smith, Pulaski 5. Wilstar Braxton Babydoll, Wilstar Holsteins, Poy Sippi Winter Yearling (7): 1. Milksource Dty Tanya-RedET, Cathryn & Christopher Gunst, Poy Sippi 2. Milksource Brxtn Acclaim-ET, MilkSource LLC, Freedom 3. Duckett-SA Flame-ET, J & N Junemann, M & J Duckett & S Armbrust, Luxemburg 4. Milksource Damin Belinda-ET, MilkSource LLC, Freedom 5. Stitchs-Jeta Iota Daiquri, Stitchs-Jeta Holsteins, Pulaski (1st Jr) Jauquet Destry Alabama-Red, Brittany Vanden Heuvel, Black Creek Fall Yearling (7): 1. (1st Jr) Siemers Dstry Sunraygal-ET, Hailey Jauquet & Mike & Megan Moede, Algoma 2. (2nd Jr) Stranshome DD Dewdrop-ET, Jordan & Whitney Ebert, Algoma 3. (B&O) Synergy Extreme Altitude, Synergy Farm LLC, Pulaski 4. Milksource Sid Lynley-ET, MilkSource LLC, Freedom 5. Paltzer-TP Sanchez Charm-ET, Joe Paltzer, Jon Thurk & Chris Peterson, Seymour

Junior Champion, Junior Show: Ryan Geiger GW Atwd Reaction, Jordan & Whitney Ebert, Algoma Reserve Junior Champion, Junior Show: Siemers Dstry Sunraygal-ET, Hailey Jauquet & Mike & Megan Moede, Algoma

Junior Champion: Bella-View Goldwyn Julip-ET, Lynn & Sara Harbaugh, Marion Reserve Junior Champion: Ryan Geiger GW Atwd Reaction, Jordan & Whitney Ebert, Algomak Junior Best Three (5): 1. Milksource, Freedom 2. Bella-View, Marion 3. Jauquet Farms, Luxemburg 4. Synergy Dairy, Pulaski 5. Bella-Ridge, Marion Junior 2 Year Old (5): 1. (1st Jr, BU) M-W-D Dundee Allie-ET, Mike & Megan Moede, Algoma 2. (B&O) Jauquet Sanchez Monique, Jeff Jauquet, Luxemburg 3. Milksource Dsry Allieopp-ET, MilkSource LLC, Freedom 4. (2nd Jr) Harmony-Mist Taylor, Bethany Marcks, Black Creek 5. Harmony-Mist Megan, Bethany Marcks, Black Creek Senior 2 Year Old Cow (14): 1. (BU, B&O) Milksource Damion DD Rae-ET, MilkSource LLC, Freedom 2. Milksource Durham Giggle-ET, Milk-

Source LLC, Freedom 3. Milksource Damion Luxury-ET, MilkSource LLC, Freedom 4. Ms Ryanvu Gwatwood Punch-TW, Hailey Gaedtke, Luxemburg 5. (1st Jr) Crackholm Sanchez Kelly, Mike & Megan Moede, Algoma (2nd Jr) Voight-Acres Atwood Rachel, Bethany Marcks, Black Creek Junior 3 Year Old Cow (10): 1. (BU, B&O) Milksource Gldwn Ladybug-ET, MilkSource LLC, Freedom 2. (1st Jr) Jauquet Ardele's Atwood, Hailey Jauquet, Luxemburg 3. (2nd Jr) Synergy Destry Amore-ET, M, C & E Jauquet & M, C & S Haack, Pulaski 4. Cycle Sanchez Violet-ET, Jacob Brey, Sturgeon Bay 5. Del-Hollow Durham Jody-ET, Douglas Lemke, Seymour Senior 3 Year Old Cow (7): 1. (BU) Dan-T Shot GalET, Craig Krohlow, Black Creek 2. (B&O) B-Long Sassy, Bret Long, New London 3. Winterlance Mint Bailey-ET, Danae, Ethan & Katie Bauer, Scandinavia 4. Budjon-JK Gold Elondra-ET, Joe Paltzer & Skyler Buman, Seymour 5. (1st Jr) Woods Line Laramee Kendra, Cody & Amber Owen, Algoma Intermediate Champion: Milksource Damion DD Rae-ET, MilkSource LLC, Freedom Reserve Intermediate Champion: Milksource Gldwn Ladybug-ET, MilkSource LLC, Freedom 4 Year Old Cow (7): 1. (BU, B&O) Craig-Kro Jasper Hotwire, Craig Krohlow, Black Creek 2. Go-Make Park Avenue, Ken Moeller, Seymour 3. Craig-Kro Affirm Ashtine-TW, Craig Krohlow, Black Creek 4. Cycle-J Damion Perhaps, Jacob Brey, Sturgeon Bay 5. Paltzer Terrason Lea, Joe Paltzer, Seymour (1st Jr) Woods Line Linjet Karmen-ET, Cody & Amber Owen, Algoma (2nd Jr) Kingsmilldcf Allstar Keyla, Kayla Krueger, Marion 5 Year Old (2): 1. (BU, B&O) Go-Make Affirmed Esteem, Ken Moeller, Seymour 2. R-R-Letters Talent Evelyn, Russell Letter, Seymour 6 Year Old & Older (3): 1. (BU) Rabbit-Ranch Smatic Rita-ET, Joe Paltzer, Seymour 2. Bayless Jasper Fawn, Jacob Brey, Sturgeon Bay 3. (B&O) Craig-Kro Durham Hotsytotsy, Craig Krohlow, Black Creek 150,000 lb. Cows (1): 1. (BU, B&O) Voight-Acres Daisy Duke-TW, Steven Voight, Shiocton Champion Bred & Owned, Junior Show: Woods Line Linjet Karmen-ET, Cody & Amber Owen, Algoma

Senior & Grand Champion, Junior Show: Jauquet Ardele’s Atwood, Hailey Jauquet, Luxemburg Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion, Junior Show: Synergy Destry Amore-ET, M,C,&E Jauquet & M,C&S Haack, Pulaski Senior & Grand Champion: Voight-Acres Daisy Duke-TW, Steven Voight, Shiocton Reserve Senior Champion: Craig-Kro Jasper Hotwire, Craig Krohlow, Black Creek Reserve Grand Champion: Milksource Damion DD Rae-ET, Milk Source LLC, Freedom Best Udder of Show: Voight-Acres Daisy Duke-TW, Steven Voight, Shiocton Champion Bred & Owned: Voight-Acres Daisy Duke-TW, Steven Voight, Shiocton

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Grand Champions Best Three Females (2): 1. MilkSource LLC, Freedom 2. Krohlow Reg. Holsteins, Black Creek Produce of Dam (0) Dam & Offspring (1): 1. Steve Voight, Shiocton Premier Breeder & Exhibitor: MilkSource LLC, Freedom 10 & Under Showmanship: 1. Brooke Krueger 2. Megan Moede 3. Evan Jauquet Junior Showmanship: 1. Carmen Haack 2. Mason Jauquet 3. Shelby Ostrom Senior Showmanship: 1. Kayla Krueger 2. Holli Harms 3. Bethany Marcks

District 8 Show June 26 • West Bend Judge: Mike Duckett 109 Head Shown: 77 heifers, 32 cows Spring Calf, exhibitors 10 & Under (6): 1. (B&O) Paulsoncrest LC Dynamite, Paulsoncrest, Columbus 2. (1st Jr) Milksource AM Leyane-Red-ET, Grady & Lane Wendorf, Ixonia 3. (2nd Jr) V-View Destry Merlot-Red-ET, Grady & Lane Wendorf, Ixonia 4. Ehrke Bashae Dusk Evaline, Cierra Essock, Fort Atkinson 5. (JrB&O) Digangi Sanchez Gidget, Mya Digangi & Samantha Reinders, Jackson Spring Calf (8): 1. (B&O) Ladies-Run Alex Kandice, Kari & Linda Behling, Fox Lake 2. Paulsoncrest LC Dynamite, Paulsoncrest, Columbus 3. (1st Jr) Milksource AM Leyane-Red-ET, Grady & Lane Wendorf, Ixonia 4. (2nd Jr, JrB&O) C-Rosevalley Alex Maella, Cora Jones, Watertown 5. Inspiracres Absolute Halo, Dawson & Kylie Nickels, Watertown Winter Calf (20): 1. (B&O) Budjon-JK Emma StoneET, Budjon Farms & Joel Kietzman, Lomira 2. Budjon-JK Attic Express-ET, Budjon Farms & Joel Kietzman, Lomira 3. Budjon-JK Dund EncourageET, Budjon Farms & Joel Kietzman, Lomira 4. Miss Alex Saphire-ET, Matt & Travis Smith & Bob & Randy Spears, Watertown 5. Wildweed Hero Budgy, Frank & Linda Behling, Fox Lake (1st Jr, JrB&O) Ehrke Magic Braxton Elrosa, Cierra & Clayton Ehrke, Fort Atkinson (2nd Jr) Krull Big Fever-ET, Cassy, Bryce & Carley Krull, Lake Mills Fall Calf (15): 1. (B&O) Crave Reg Genevieve 7486ET, Roseanne Crave, Waterloo 2. Hez Atwood Hunter-ET, Trevor Tuman & Chandler Bening, Lomira 3. (1st Jr) Budjon-JK Sid Exhaustion, Dawson & Kylie Nickels, Watertown 4. (2nd Jr) Bohnview Barb Ling Ling-Red, Ben Buske, Watertown 5. Wildweed Atwood Blizzard, Frank Behling, Fox Lake Summer Yearling (5): 1. (1st Jr, JrB&O, B&O) Crescentmead Swetie Pie-Red, Grady Wendorf, Ixonia 2. (2nd Jr) Spice-E Bradnick Maudie, Samantha Reinders, Jackson 3. Stade Sid Exquisite-ET, Paul Grulke, Mayville 4. Nehls-Valley At Paradise-ET, Taylor Egnarski, Hustisford 5. R-M Jerrick Shelly, Ronald Melius, Slinger Spring Yearling (9): 1. Stranshome Sid Skylar-ET, Austin Yoder & Matthias Swartzentruber, Lomira


2. (B&O) Crescentmead Brxtn Alacazam, Grady Wendorf, Ixonia 3. (1st Jr) Crescentmead Drmfx Cherish, Kylie Nickels, Watertown 4. Sunnyviews Luau-Red, Mya Digangi, Jackson 5. Bohnview Piccilo Elanza-Red, Ben Buske, Watertown Winter Yearling (6): 1. (B&O) Budjon-JK-Glaz-Way Erin-ET, Budjon, Glaz-Way & MD Luckylady, Lomira 2. (1st Jr, JrB&O) Krull Goldwyn Ellarific-ET, Cassy Krull, Lake Mills 3. (2nd Jr) Krull Larson Dirty GirlRed, Cassy, Bryce & Carley Krull, Lake Mills 4. Milksource Dty Tammy-Red-ET, Grady Wendorf, Ixonia 5. Wils-Gold Chris Silver-ET, Steven & Dori Lichty & Dennis Bangart, Beaver Dam Fall Yearling (8): 1. (1st Jr) Crescentmead Pal Rhyan-ET, Dawson Nickels, Watertown 2. Miss Summer Song-ET, Dawson & Kylie Nickels, Watertown 3. Budjon-Vail Damaris-Red-ET, MB Luckylady Farm, Lomira 4. D-Force G W Atwood Anaconda, Bruce Vande Zande & Orville Kemink, Waupun 5. (B&O) Bohnview Talent Winonna, Daniel Bohn, Watertown (2nd Jr, JrB&O) Ehrke Yetolie Braxton Carma, Cierra Essock, Fort Atkinson

Junior Champion, Junior Show: Krull Goldwyn Ellarific-ET, Cassy Krull, Lake Mills Reserve Junior Champion, Junior Show: Crescentmead Pal Rhyan-ET, Dawson Nickels, Watertown

Junior Champion: Crave Reg Genevieve 7486-ET, Roseanne Crave, Waterloo Reserve Junior Champion: Stranshome Sid Skylar-ET, Austin Yoder & Matthias Swartzentruber, Lomira Junior Best Three (3): 1. Crescentmead, Ixonia 2. Krull Farms, Lake Mills 3. Wildweed Holsteins, Fox Lake Junior 2 Year Old (6): 1. (BU) Kingsmill Atwood Taffy, Eaton Holsteins, Co-Vale Hol & T&L Cattle LTD, Lomira 2. (B&O) Crestbrooke Gap Torrie-ET, Kyle Natzke & Laura Finley, Fond Du Lac 3. Paulsoncrest Mars-Red, Paulsoncrest, Columbus 4. (1st Jr, JrB&O) Stonebank Reaity Layla, Zach Hanke, Watertown 5. Bonarda Million Snowy-ET, Matt & Travis Smith & Bob Spears, Watertown Senior 2 Year Old (7): 1. (B&O, BU) Budjon-JK Durm Elaqua-ET, Budjon Farms & Joel Kietzman, Lomira 2. Inspiracres Dstry Happy-Red, Cooper Galton, Ixonia 3. Budjon-JK Gld Embarass-ET, Budjon Farms & Joel Kietzman, Lomira 4. (1st Jr) Ehrke Valine Shottle Bashae, Cierra Essock, Fort Atkinson 5. Farmdale Sanchez Laci, Dean

Schoessow, Mequon (2nd Jr) Bron-Derw Shottle Temper, Janelle Remington, Juneau Junior 3 Year Old (4): 1. (BU) Ehrhardt Gold BeautyET, Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms, Lomira 2. Fleury Damion Caraibe, Pat Conroy, Lomira 3. Opsal-K Alxndr Gold Ruby-ET, Sydney Love, Slinger 4. Soxer Absolute Fiasco-Red, Mike Sachse, West Bend Senior 3 Year Old (7): 1. (B&O, BU) Smith-CrestTW SH Virgie-ET, Megan Nelson, Watertown 2. Tomalynn Goldwyn Melanie-ET, Cooper Galton, Lomira 3. Paulsoncrest Destry Freebee, Paulsoncrest, Columbus 4. (1st Jr, JrB&O) Sellcrest S Candy Apple-Red, Andrew Sell, Watertown 5. Kison-Place Shotgun Paulett, Darwin & Judy Kison, Cedarburg Intermediate Champion: Ehrhardt Gold Beauty-ET, Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms, Lomira Reserve Intermediate Champion: Fleury Damion Caraibe, Pat Conroy, Lomira 4 Year Old (4): 1. (BU) Benrise Goldwyn Jojo, Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms, Lomira 2. Mill-Wheel Adv Carolina-ET, Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms, Lomira 3. (B&O) Mayers-Folk-Song Sidney Elm, Dwight & Shelly Mayer, Slinger 4. Jasha-Z Glen Stockings, James Ziemer, Cedarburg 5 Year Old (3): 1. (B&O, BU) Mc-Country Dundee Amanda, Gary McCarthy, Watertown 2. Arethusa Goldwyn Dionne-ET, James, Kari & Linda Behling, Fox Lake 3. Big-D-Acres Advent Leanne, Dustin Melius, Slinger 6 Year Old & Older (1): 1. (B&O, BU) Pa-Ja-Ma Sam Mileena, Paul & James Melius, Jackson 150,000 lb. Cow (0) Champion Bred & Owned, Junior Show: Sellcrest S Candy Apple-Red, Andrew Sell, Watertown

Champion Bred & Owned: Mc-Country Dundee Amanda, Gary McCarthy, Watertown Premier Breeder & Premier Exhibitor: Wildweed Holsteins, Behling Family, Fox Lake 10 & Under Showmanship: 1. Grady Wendorf 2. Paulson 3. Butler Junior Showmanship: 1. Kylie Nickels 2. Dawson Nickels 3. Ben Buske Senior Showmanship: 1. Bradley Warmka 2. Taylor Egnarski 3. Jessica Manke

Premier Breeder & Exhibitor – District 8 Wildweed Holsteins, Fox Lake Jim & Diane Behling, Kari (Behling) & Kevin Michalovich, Linda Behling & Daniel Uebbing, Frank Behling; employees Karl Koneck & Mara Budde Herd Info: 40 cows 10 EX, 20 VG, 7 GP RHA: 2x 21,634 3.5 756 3.1 666 District Show Herd: 6 head shown & 5 were homebred Current sires being used: Atlantic, Bradnick, Ladd-P, Goldsun, Aftershock, Dempsey Breeding philosophies/herd goals: Our goal is to breed for high type animals with a focus on deep-pedigreed, proven cow families. Comment on the animals that contributed to the winning of this award: Ladies-Run Alex Kandice, 1st & B&O Spring Calf, Alexander x EX Fortune x EX-93 2E Jr All-American nominee (original junior project calf of Kari & Linda); Wildweed Hero Budgy, 5th Winter Calf, Hero x VG Atlas x GP Astronomical x EX-96 Beaute; Wildweed Atwood Allison, 9th Winter Calf, Atwood x GP-83 2Y Stormatic x VG-88 Champion x EX Gibson x EX-96 Ashlyn; Wildweed Atwood Blizzard, 5th Fall Calf, Atwood x VG Terrason x 4 VG/EX dams; Wildweed Atwood Fierce, 7th Fall Calf, Atwood x VG Durham x EX-94 Fearsome; Arethusa Goldwyn Dionne-ET, EX-90, 2nd 5 Year Old, Goldwyn x EX-96 Delilah.

Senior & Grand Champion, Junior Show: Sellcrest S Candy Apple-Red, Andrew Sell, Watertown Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion, Junior Show: Stonebank Reaity Layla, Zach Hanke, Watertown Senior Champion: Mc-Country Dundee Amanda, Gary McCarthy, Watertown Reserve Senior Champion: Benrise Goldwyn Jojo, Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms, Lomira

District 10 Show June 14 • Chilton Judge: Molly Sloan 155 Head Shown: 120 heifers & 35 cows

Grand Champion: Ehrhardt Gold Beauty-ET, Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms, Lomira Reserve Grand Champion: Mc-Country Dundee Amanda, Gary McCarthy, Watertown Best Udder of the Show: Ehrhardt Gold Beauty-ET, Peter & Lyn Vail & Budjon Farms, Lomira

Spring Calf, exhibitors age 10 & Under (15): 1. (1st Jr, B&O) Siemers Goldsun Haya-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 2. (2nd Jr) Scenic-Edge BW Jewel-Red, Cole, Ava, Campbell & Royce Booth, Plymouth 3. Glw Picolo Annie-Red, Jeremy Gross, Kurt & Sarah Loehr, Eden 4. Lyn-Vale Goldsun Glaze-ET, Cole, Ava, Campbell & Ryce Booth, Plymouth 5. Deervue Acres Sid Taryn, Sarah, Austen & Katelynn Henschel, Elkhart Lake Spring Calf (8): 1. (1st Jr, B&O) Siemers Goldsun

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Haya-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 2. (2nd Jr) Scenic-Edge BW Jewel-Red, Cole, Ava, Campbell & Royce Booth, Plymouth 3. Siemers Brokw Ashlynbabe-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 4. Siemers Goldwyn Jubia-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 5. Cow-Palace Baxter Nina, San-Ron Holsteins, Sheboygan Winter Calf (25): 1. (B&O) Siemers Sid Scarlett-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 2. (1st Jr) Siemers Fever Hia-Glam-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 3. Lyn-Vale Cherry Pepper-Red, William Schultz III, Waldo 4. (2nd Jr) Siemers Sid Ava-Desire-ET, Nicholas Koenig, Newton 5. Forest-Ridge SD Elvajane-ET, Kurt & Sarah, Loehr, Eden Fall Calf (21): 1. (1st Jr, B&O) Siemers Gsun HayaDream-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 2. Siemers Damion Scar-let-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 3. Hilrose Hero Raelynn, Jeff Brantmeier, Sherwood 4. Siemers Damion ScarletET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 5. Hilrose Dempsey Ponder-ET, Jeff Brantmeier, Sherwood (2nd Jr) Mauk-E-Way Dempsey Amora-ET, Cole, Campbell & Royce Booth, Plymouth Summer Yearling (14): 1. (B&O) Siemers Bradnk Haya-Love-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 2. (1st Jr) Bella-View Alex Ashanti-ET, Paige Vossekuil, Brandon 3. (2nd Jr) Ocean-View Durham Sinderela, Zachary Lemke, Chilton 4. Bella-Ridge Mariachi-Red-ET, William Hageman, Eden 5. MilkSource Gchip Jaden, Sarah, Austen & Katelyn Henschel, Elkhart Lake Spring Yearling (12): 1. (B&O) Siemers Braxton Alexa-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 2. Siemers Brbwire Reba-Red-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 3. (1st Jr) 2nd-Look Bwire Dorito-Red, Kayli, Kalista & Kaianne Hodorff, Eden 4. (2nd Jr) Ms Duckett Want Some Candi, Nicholas Schuster, Fond du Lac 5. Duckett-SA Florecent, Zachary Lemke, Brillion Winter Yearling (11): 1. (B&O) Siemers Guthre Hayasdoll-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 2. Ms Gold Chip Britelite-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 3. Siemers Destry Joy-Red-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 4. Siemers Sid Whip 17669, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 5. (1st Jr) Siemers Guthre Hay-Belle-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton (2nd Jr) Ocd Sid Sassy-ET, Zachary Lemke, Chilton Fall Yearling (14): 1. Phoenix GR Gloria, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton 2. (1st Jr) Ryan-Vu Braxton Expo-ET, Paige Vossekuil, Brandon 3. (2nd Jr) BellaRidge Gin Blossom-ET, Derrek & Darren Kamphuis, Brandon 4. Budjon-JK Atwood Elex-ET, Brandon Ferry, Chilton 5. (B&O) Maple-Home Fever Nessa, Sara Feldmann, Howards Grove

Junior Champion, Junior Show: Siemers Gsun Haya-Dream-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton Reserve Junior Champion, Junior Show: BellaView Alex Ashanti-ET, Paige Vossekuil, Brandon Junior Champion: Siemers Gsun Haya-Dream-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton

Reserve Junior Champion: Phoenix GR Gloria, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton Junior Best Three (2): 1. Siemers Holsteins, Newton 2. Hilrose Holsteins, Sherwood Junior 2 Year Old (6): 1. (B&O) Mauk-E-Way Destry Aurora-ET, Bryan & Brittney Mauk, Plymouth 2. (BU) MilkSource Goldwyn Aztec-ET, Andrea Greenfield, Markesan 3. Crestbrooke Gap Thumper-ET, Kyle Natzke, Fond du Lac 4. (1st Jr) Deervue Acres Jamaica, Sarah Henschel, Elkhart Lake 5. Frozenes Sanchez Anna-ET, Jeff & Dan Liner, Van Dyne (2nd Jr) Mil-R-Mor Fever Krishna-ET, Hilltop Dairy LLC, Waupun Senior 2 Year Old (9): 1. (BU & B&O) Hilrose Baltimor Penny-ET, Jeff Brantmeier, Sherwood 2. (1st Jr) Milksource Cndr Lynn-Red-ET, Cole, Ava, Campbell & Ryce Booth, Plymouth 3. (2nd Jr) Siemers Destry Sunny-Red-ET, Gage Lisowe, Elkhart Lake 4. Valley-Drive Sanchez Aliyah, ValleyDrive Holsteins LLC, Campbellsport 5. Sunnyside Monica Sanchez-ET, Sunnyside Dairy Farms, LLC, Valders Junior 3 Year Old (2): 1. (BU & B&O) Hilrose Sidney Peru, Andrew Brantmeier, Sherwood 2. Del-Hollow Durham Jodie-ET, Douglas Lemke, Hilbert Senior 3 Year Old (7): 1. (BU & B&O) Hilrose Advent Anna-ET, Hilrose Holsteins, Sherwood 2. Ocean-View Damion Carla, San-Ron Holsteins, Sheboygan 3. Mauk-E-Way Damion Lexi, Bryan & Brittney Mauk, Plymouth 4. (1st Jr) Rock-Home Goldwyn Amy-ET, Kelsey Woldt, Brillion 5. (2nd Jr) Mission-Bell Sidney Fashion, James & Kelly Jens, Sheboygan Falls Intermediate Champion: Hilrose Advent Anna-ET, Hilrose Holsteins, Sherwood Reserve Intermediate Champion: Hilrose Sidney Peru, Andrew Brantmeier, Sherwood 4 Year Old (2): 1. (BU) Roz Acres Aspen Cola, Mitchell Krahn, Brillion 2. (1st Jr, B&O) Zims-Hills Goldwyn Beth-ET, Diana Zimdars, Ripon 5 Year Old (4): 1. (BU & 1st Jr) Gildale Advent Primrose, Kayli, Kalista & Kaianne Hodorff & Nick Schuster, Eden 2. Hilrose Roy Jamie, Hilrose Holsteins, Sherwood 3. (2nd Jr) Kishholm Chakira, Brianna Adamavich, Plymouth 4. Sunnyside Daffy Goldwyn-ET, Sunnyside Dairy Farms, LLC, Valders 6 Year Old & Older (3): 1. (BU) Budjon Encore Annalie-ET, Bryan & Brittney Mauk, Plymouth 2. (1st Jr & B&O) Darey-Design Throne Annie, Diana Zimdars, Ripon 3. Oakfield-Bro Lou Flashy-ET, Adam Schnell, Brillion 150,000 lb. Cow (2): 1. (BU) Cow-Palace Durham Nicole, Sara Feldmann, Howards Grove 2. Stone-Front Rub Indigo-Red, Bryan & Brittney Mauk, Plymouth

Senior & Grand Champion, Junior Show: Gildale Advent Primrose, Kayli, Kalista & Kaianne Hodorff & Nick Schuster, Eden Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion, Junior Show: Kishholm Chakira, Brianna Adamavich, Plymouth Senior & Grand Champion: Gildale Advent Primrose, Kayli, Kalista & Kaianne Hodorff & Nick

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Schuster, Eden Reserve Senior Champion: Cow-Palace Durham Nicole, Sara Feldmann, Howards Grove Reserve Grand Champion: Hilrose Advent AnnaET, Hilrose Holsteins, Sherwood Best Udder of Show: Gildale Advent Primrose, Kayli, Kalista & Kaianne Hodorff & Nick Schuster, Eden Champion Bred & Owned: Hilrose Advent Anna-ET, Hilrose Holsteins, Sherwood Best Three Females: 1. Hilrose Holsteins, Sherwood Produce of Dam (1): 1. Adam Schnell Dam & Offspring (5): 1. Hilrose Holsteins, Sherwood 2. Gage Lisowe 3. Adam Schnell 4. Kelsey Woldt 5. Bradbo Farms, Inc. Premier Breeder & Exhibitor: Hilrose Holsteins, Sherwood 10 & Under Showmanship: 1. Ava Booth 2. Ella Bindl 3. Walker Lisowe Junior Showmanship: 1. Cole Booth 2. Emily Meinnert 3. Kalista Hodorff Senior Showmanship: 1. Derrek Kamphuis 2. Darren Kamphuis 3. Jimmy Jens

Premier Breeder & Exhibitor – District 10 Hilrose Dairy LLC, Sherwood Andy & Ashley, Jeff & Bonnie and Joe & Chris Brantmeier Herd Info: 110 cows BAA: 111.8% RHA: 2x 30,178 3.9%F 2.9%P District Show Herd: 9 head shown & 8 were homebred Current sires being used: Gold Chip, Atwood, Baltimor, Acme, Fever, Lauthority, Armani, Guthrie & Absolute Breeding philosophies/herd goals: We breed for high type cows with good udders and feet & legs that have the ability to produce of lot of milk in their lifetime. Comment on the animals that contributed to the winning of this award: Hilrose Sidney Peru, EX-90, 1st Junior 3 Year Old & Reserve Intermediate Champion; Hilrose Advent Anna, EX-91, 1st Senior 3 Year Old, Intermediate & Reserve Grand Champion; Hilrose Baltimor Penny, VG-89, 1st Senior 2 Year Old; Hilrose Roy Jamie, EX-92, 2nd 5 Year Old; Milksource Goldwyn Aztec, 2nd Junior 2 Year Old.


District 6 Report Watch for your chance to advertise & promote your county association in future issues. The November issue will feature District 2 - Buffalo, Jackson, LaCrosse, Monroe, Trempealeau & Vernon counties.

Dane County

2013 Adult Membership: 124; Jr. Membership: 51 Adult Association officers - President: Gary Swain; Vice President:  Steve  Endres;  Secretary:  Vicki  Janisch;  Treasurer:  Amber  Elliott;  Director: Joe Sarbacker.  Junior Association officers - President: Josh Opsal; Vice President: Mackenzie Sarbacker; Secretary: Lizi Endres; Treasurer: Elizabeth  Sarbacker; Advisors: Shelly Sarbacker & Amber Elliott.       The Dane County Holstein Association has had another exciting and eventful year. The Juniors participated in the Junior Convention held in Janesville this year. The junior dairy bowl team placed second among many very talented teams. Cassie Endres and Lizi Endres both placed second in their respected Dairy Jeopardy contests. There were two Distinguished Junior members from Dane County, Karsen Haag and Macy Sarbacker.       In March the annual Dane County Holstein Meeting was held at Rex’s Innkeeper in Waunakee. John Onken was honored with the Bell Award and Kellercrest Holsteins received the Distinguished Breeder award. Lizi Endres and Sarah Griswold were crowned as the 2013 Dane County Holstein Queen and Princess respectively.         Finally, June brought the District 6 Holstein Show hosted by Dane County in Stoughton. The show was very successful with over 220 animals parading through the ring from Dane, Green, Kenosha, Rock and Walworth Counties. Thank you to David and Candi Sarbacker who served as chairs for the 2013 District 6 Holstein Show.       The  Dane  County  Holstein  Picnic  will  be  held  on  Sunday,  September 22 at 12:00 noon at Langer’s Dairy Farm in DeForest. We invite everyone join us to view Langer’s new 60 cow freestall dairy  facility housing all of  the registered and flush cows, enjoy a meal, judging contest, meeting and door prizes.

District 6 Holstein Futurity

      The 12th annual District 6 Holstein Futurity was held June 18 during the District 6 Holstein Show in Stoughton. Area breeders  presented cows that were entered in the contest as calves three years ago to earn a percentage of  the entry money back as well as one of two cash prizes.       From left, Glenn and Joann Brewer, Albany, are presented a check for $250 from Chris Gransee Hoof  Trimming, Evansville, for their second  place  entry,  Glenn-Ann  Jasper  Shining-ET,  held  by  Brian Behnke.  Hosto  Durham  Windfall,  held  by  Aaron  Bruenig,  Kelly Hosto and Nicole Bruenig are being presented the first place $500 prize sponsored by Badgerland Financial. Duane Ekern presented the check on behalf  of  Badgerland Financial.

1. Hosto Durham Windfall, Kelley & Ruth Hosto, Juda 2. Glenn-Ann Jasper Shining-ET, Glenn-Ann Holsteins, Albany 3. Bur-Wall Shaquille Lucky, Bur-Wall Holsteins, Brooklyn 4. Brunland Dundee Dallas, Kristen, Jenna & Nicole Broege, Janesville 5. Hoesly Shottle Deserae, Lukas Wymer, Brodhead 6. Ourway Apple Licious, Ourway Holsteins, Brooklyn 7. Fischerdale Casablanca, Elizabeth Sarbacker, Verona 8. Lars-Acres RR-MM-MM Tina-TW, Riley Miller, Orfordville

Green County

2013 Adult Membership: 81; Jr. Membership: 48 Adult Association officers - President: Bob Cramer Jr.; Vice President: Roger  Arn;  Secretary:  Kathie  McCullough;  Treasurer:  John  Dieckhoff; Directors: Kurt McCullough, Bob Meier, Todd Hoesly, Stephanie Miranda & Trent Hendrickson.  Junior Association officers - President: Alyssa Cramer; Vice President: John Klossner; Secretary: Haley Reeson; Treasurer: Taylor Behnke; Reporter: Amber Dammen; Advisor: Nikki Cramer.       The Green County Junior Holstein members held a lunch stand at the Dual County Sale this spring as a fundraiser. They present a basket filled with dairy products to the first baby born each June. Events coming up include the county Holstein picnic and a junior outing.

Kenosha County

2013 Adult Membership: 11; Jr. Membership: 1

Racine County

2013 Adult Membership: 9; Jr. Membership: 1

Rock County

2013 Adult Membership: 55; Jr. Membership: 35 Adult Association officers - President: Jason Cleland; Vice President: Jim Abey; Secretary/Treasurer: Nicole Miller-Speich; Directors: John Gerbitz,  Todd  Kronberg,  Dan  DeWitt,  Sandy  Larson  &  Melanie  Nifong.  Junior Association officers - President: Kristen Broege; Vice President: Abigail Martin; Secretary: Brooke Trustem; Treasurer: Riley Miller; Junior Advisor: Nicole Miller-Speich.

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

Martin Farms/Special M Holsteins, Edgerton, Rock County Joe & Tom Martin Families

RHA: 250 cows 25,000 1125F 890P Unofficial BAA: 104%  Currently using: Proven - Maple-Downs G W Atwood Ronlee SS Durable Golden Oaks St Alexander-ET Tiger Lily Ladd-P Red ET Mr Chassity Gold Chip-ET Mr Atwood  Brokaw-ET Regancrest S Braxton-ET De-Su Bkm McCutchen Mountfield SSI Dcy Mogul-ET De-Su D Mayfield 893-ET

Walworth County

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Junior Award Forms Due September 15

Wisconsin Holstein has a tremendous group of youth that participate in functions year-round. Junior awards are designed to recognize the state’s outstanding youth for their efforts in the Junior Holstein project. The following award forms are due September 15, 2013. Applicants must be a Junior Member of the State and National Holstein Association by August 15 in the year which the application is made. 12 & Under Member Recognition Any Junior Member of the Wisconsin Holstein Association and Holstein Association, U.S.A., Inc., who has been enrolled in dairy project work with Registered Holsteins are eligible to compete in this contest. Applicant must not have reached his or her 13th birthday in this project year. Young Distinguished Junior Member Award This award is given to those members in good standing of the ages of 9 to 16 in the year of application. Any Junior Member of the Wisconsin Holstein Association and Holstein Association, U.S.A., Inc., who has been enrolled in dairy project work with Holsteins is eligible to compete in this contest. Youth completing this form have the option to compete at the national level. The National Holstein Younger Member award is given to those 9-16 as of the January 1. Applicant must not have reached his or her 17th birthday by January 1, 2014. Distinguished Junior Member Award Eligible applicants are any youth that have successfully completed project work with Registered Holsteins and who are a WI Holstein Junior member in good standing. Applicants for WI DJM honors may have reached their 21st birthday in the year of application. Interviews for Wisconsin Outstanding Boy and Girl will be held at the Wisconsin Junior Holstein Convention. If chosen for an interview, candidates must bring along a 1-page resume for the judges to review. Interviews take precedence over other Junior Convention activities. The WI National DJM Representatives will be chosen through the interview process to represent WI at the National DJM contest. National DJM applicants must not have reached their 21st birthday by January 1 in the year of recognition. All DJM recipients who are in their last year of eligibility and rank in the top 10 based off their overall score as a National DJM contestant will receive an interview at the WI Junior Holstein Convention to be considered as a WI National DJM Representative.

World Dairy Expo – 4 WDE Passes Agri-View – 1 Year Subscription and 25-Word Classified Ad Hoard’s Dairyman – Hoard’s Dairyman Educational Package Wisconsin Holstein Association – WHP Advertising Certificate, Chocolate Basket and Cheese Basket

State Showmanship Contest

A total of 41 junior members competed in the 2013 State Showmanship competition, with 24 juniors and 17 seniors. Participants qualified at their respective district shows in order to compete at the state level. The contest was sponsored by Accelerated Genetics, NASCO and Andis Clippers. Congratulations to our winners!

Junior Division (24 Participants) 1. Cole Booth, Sheboygan County 2. Deveni Rowley, Clark County 3. Grant Fremstad, Richland County 4. Emma Buss, Lafayette County 5. Joey Opsal, Dane County 6. Lindsay Sarbacker, Dane County 7. Mikayla Endres, Sauk County 8. Megan Nelson, Trempealeau County 9. Krista Styer, Dunn County 10. Nicole Pralle, Clark County

2013 Junior Raffle

Tickets for the 2013 Junior Raffle are available for sale. County advisors should have received tickets in the mail, however, if more are needed please contact the office. This year’s calf is donated by Forest-Ridge Holsteins, Kurt and Sarah Loehr of Eden, WI. Thank you the additional prize donors: WHA – UW Men’s Hockey Tickets (set of 2) Confections for Any Occasion by Joel – Gift Basket UW-Platteville Dairy Club – Gift Basket WI State Farmer – Gift Accelerated Genetics – Semen Certificate (10 units) Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin – Gift Certificate ABS Global, Inc. – Gift CRV – Semen Certificate Holstein World – Vest Country Today – Subscription Animart – Holstein Washing Kit NASCO - $50 Gift Card East Central/Select Sires – Semen Certificate Cattle Connection – Vest Badger Dairy Club – Gift International Protein Sires – Semen Certificate Semex – Gift 50–wisconsin HOLSTEIN news/September 2013

Senior Division (17 Participants) 1. Jason Kearns, Crawford County 2. Andrea Pagenkopf, Grant County 3. Elizabeth Sarbacker, Dane County 4. Makenzie Rowley, Clark County 5. Ashley Spease, Grant County 6. Cassi Miller, Wood County 7. Tyler Egnoski, Dodge County 8. Kristin Broege, Rock County 9. Katrina Nunes, Chippewa County 10. Jake Hoesly, Green County


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Save the Date!

The 2013 Wisconsin Holstein Royalty court will be holding a “Royalty Boot Camp� on Saturday, October 26 at the Wisconsin Holstein office in Baraboo. Any junior member interested in running for the court for 2014 or in the near future should plan to attend and learn the ins and outs of being WHA Royalty. Watch for further details in September and October!

The 2014 Wisconsin Junior Holstein Convention will be held Friday, January 3-Sunday, January 5 and hosted by Fond du Lac County at Glacier Canyon in Wisconsin Dells!

Junior Judging and Classification Results A total of 51 junior members competed in the 2013 WI Junior Holstein Judging Contest with 33 juniors and 18 seniors. The group judged four classes (Winter Calves, Fall Calves, 2 Year Olds & 4 Year Olds) at the fairgrounds in Lancaster. Junior Team Results 1. Sheboygan County (Cole Booth, Ava Booth, Emily Meinert, Ella Bindl) 2. (tie) Pierce/Chippewa County (Julia Nunes, Geneva Nunes, Hannah Nelson, Paige Nelson) 2. (tie) Dodge/Fond du Lac County (Kyli Nickels, Dawson Nickels, Kalista Hodorff, Kianne Hodorff) Overall Junior Individuals 1. (tie) Megan Nelson, Trempealeau County 1. (tie) Julia Nunes, Chippewa County 3. Kalista Hodorff, Fond du Lac County 4. (tie) Dawson Nickels, Dodge County 4. (tie) Charlie Richards, Iowa County 6. Cole Booth, Sheboygan County 7. Ava Booth, Sheboygan County 8. Brett Walker, Columbia County 9. Adam Field, District 5 10. Colin Uecker, Jefferson County

Senior Team Results 1. Fond du Lac County (Darren Kamphuis, Derrek Kamphuis, Matthew Kramer, Valerie Kramer) 2. Dane/Grant County (Elizabeth Sarbacker, Lindsey Sarbacker, Sara Griswold, Charlie Hamilton) Overall Senior Individuals - 27 Participants 1. Derrek Kamphuis, Fond du Lac County 2. Valerie Kramer, Fond du Lac County 3. Charlie Hamilton, Grant County 4. Brad Warmka, Dodge County 5. Sara Griswold, Dane County 6. Jordan Siemers, Manitowoc County 7. Jimmy Jens, Sheboygan County 8. Darren Kamphuis, Fond du Lac County 9. Matthew Kramer, Fond du Lac County 10. Jessica Pralle, Clark County

Top Junior Individual: Megan Nelson, Charlie Richards, Kalista Hodorff, Ava Booth, Brett Walker, Adam Field & Colin Uecker

Junior Team Winners - Sheboygan County Ava Booth, Emily Meinert & Ella Bindl; missing: Cole Booth

Top Senior Individuals: Jessica Pralle, Matthew Kramer, Darren Kamphuis, Jordan Siemers, Sara Griswold, Brad Warmka, Charlie Hamilton, Valerie Kramer & Derrek Kamphuis

Senior Team Winners - Fond du Lac County Darren Kamphuis, Matthew Kramer, Valerie Kramer & Derrek Kamphuis

Junior Bale Roll Contest - District 5 Brett Walker, Levi Kindschi, Alli Walker, Melissa Sprecher & Abby Field

Senior Bale Roll Contest - Manitowoc/Fond du Lac/ Dodge County: Jordan Siemers, Darren Kamphius, Brad Warmka, & Derrek Kamphuis

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I hope everyone had a great summer it sure does seem to go by fast when we’re busy and we certainly were busy with all of our WHA activities this summer. This issue is packed full of show results including all of the District Shows, the Wisconsin Championship Show and the first ever joint R&W Championship Show. And we’ll have more results in next month’s issue from the State Fair and WHA Futurity. Next month will also be another Midwest Holsteins issue. This is really a great time to advertise as your ad will be seen by breeders in all five of the upper Midwest states. We will also be taking extra copies of that issue to give away at our booth at World Dairy Expo, so you get even more for your advertising dollars! If you’d like to advertise in the October issue, please give me a call by September 6. Another fun project each year is our annual Breeder Calendar which is also distributed at our booth at World Dairy Expo. This has really become a popular item and people stop by each year to pick up their copy of the WI Holstein calendar. If you would like to be a part of the 2014 Calendar, please give me a call ASAP - months are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Membership renewals will be coming out soon - watch your email’s inbox or mailbox for those notices. If you do not receive anything by mid-October please give Sharon a call at our office. The Wisconsin Holstein community lost a special young man this month. I’ve had the privilege of watching John Klossner grow up in the Junior Holstein Association... from a spirited young kid tagging along with his big sister to all of her Princess events to a JAC leader and role model who was looked up to by so many of our younger members. John left a great impression on all who met him and I’d like to encourage all of our junior members to do their best to follow in his footsteps... we’ll miss you John! Until next time...

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September 2013 Classifying in Columbia, Dodge, Fond du Lac, Green Lake, Jefferson, Marquette, Rock & Walworth counties 7 The Marathon Sale, Athens Fairgrounds, Athens, co-managed by Marathon County Holstein Breeders & Ed Mielke 10 WHA Board Meeting, Baraboo, 9:00 a.m. 15 Junior award forms due - 12 & Under Recognition, YDJM, DJM awards 15 Green County Holstein Picnic, hosted by J&A Dairy, Jeremy & Amy Steiner & sons, Juda, 12:00 noon-4:00 p.m. 17 Fond du Lac County Holstein Classic, Fond du Lac, sponsored by Fond du Lac Co. Holstein Breeders Assoc.; managed by Great Northern Land & Cattle Co., Inc. 20 69th Annual Dodgeramma, Dodge County Fairgrounds, Beaver Dam; hosted & managed by the Dodge County Holstein Breeders, assisted by Kranzdale Sales 22 Dane County Holstein Picnic, hosted by Langer Dairy Farm, Randy & Sue Langer Family, DeForest, 12:00 noon October 2013 Classifying in Langlade, Marathon, Menominee, Oconto, Outagamie, Shawano, Waupaca, Waushara & Winnebago counties 1-6 World Dairy Expo, Madison 1 Junior award forms due - Long Range Production & Junior Progressive Breeder 12 Waupaca-Waushara Holstein Picnic, hosted by Wilstar Holsteins, Willis & Carla Gunst Family, Pine River, 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. November 2013 Classifying in Adams, Crawford, Juneau, LaCrosse, Monroe, Portage, Richland, Sauk, Vernon & Wood counties 1 Junior award forms due - Junior Farm Trip 15 WHY Friend award deadline & WHA Royalty application deadline December 2013 Classifying in Barron, Buffalo, Dunn, Eau Claire, Jackson, Pepin, Pierce, Polk, St. Croix & Trempealeau counties 6-7 WHA Board Meeting January 2014 Classifying in Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, Chippewa, Clark, Douglas, Florence, Forest, Iron, Lincoln, Marinette, Oneida, Price, Rusk, Sawyer, Taylor, Vilas & Washburn counties 3-5 Junior Holstein Convention, Glacier Canyon, Wisconsin Dells; hosted by the Fond du Lac Junior Holstein Association February 2014 Classifying in Brown, Calumet, Door, Kenosha, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Sheboygan, Washington & Waukesha counties 21-22 WI Holstein Convention, hosted by the La Crosse, Monroe & Vernon County Holstein Breeders, Cranberry Country Lodge, Tomah

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September 2013 issue of the Wisconsin Holstein News featuring summer show results, District 6 feature and Inwood-Hill Farm breeder profile.

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