61st Annual National Heifer Sale

The 61st National Heifer Sale Catalog is now online to be viewed. (NHS Catalog) There are over 40 lots of genomic tested heifers, high type heifers, choice lots and embryos. Cow families are deep in many pedigrees, with National Show winnings and notable production records also. The sale will be Thursday, June 28, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. (EDT) at Scenic Valley Farm in West Salem, Ohio. This year’s sale will be a live sale, with all lots being lead though the ring, with live broadcast and bidding on JerseyAuctionLive.com.

If you are attending the sale and would like to partake in the dinner, tickets are available at the door for $25.

Below is a picture gallery of dams and family members with consignments to this year’s National Heifer Sale

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** Special Opportunity for all youth at the sale! **

  • If you are present at the 61st National Heifer Sale and are 20 years old or younger as of January 1, 2018, you are eligible to win a $300 voucher to put towards the purchase of a calf in this year’s sale.
  • The voucher is only good at the 61st National Heifer Sale.
  • Before the sale, all eligible names will be put into a pot and five lucky winners will be drawn to receive one of the vouchers!
  • Remember you must be present to win!

Thank you to the generous sponsors:

  • Pine Tree Dairy
  • Greg Lavan
  • Nathan Steiner & Bob Zimmerly
  • TransOva
  • Anonymous donor

Buckeye Production Sale Concludes

The inaugural Buckeye Production Sale was held in Wooster, Ohio at the Wayne County Fairgrounds on Saturday, June 16., 2018. The sale featured the dispersal of Rudy Hoschstetler’s Registered Jersey herd from Millersburg, Ohio, as well as consignments from Jersey breeders in OH, PA, TN and WV.

A total of 168 head went through the JMS sale ring, for an average of $1034.

Several head sold above $1500, but topping the sale was Lot 58, JX Cantendo Legal Radiant {3}, at $1700 The milk cow was consigned by Rudy Hochstetler, and was purchased by Pine Tree Dairy of Rittman, Ohio. The second high selling lot was 142 from Gaby Jersey Farm, Greeneville, Tenn. Nico DeBoer of Chandler, Tx., purchased the bred heifer for $1600.

The volume buyer of the sale was Nico DeBoer, with other buyers supporting the sale from MI, NY, OH, PA and WV.

Buckeye Production Sale – In Pictures

The Buckeye Production Sale will be held in Wooster, Ohio, at the Wayne County Fairgrounds, TOMORROW – Saturday, June 16. The auction will begin at 11:00 a.m. (EDT) with milk cows, and the Rudy Hochstetler herd from Millersburg, Ohio will be featured. All ages of Registered Jerseys will be available for sale, milking and dry cows, springers and bred heifers, breeding aged heifers, young open heifers and baby calves.

This sale will NOT be broadcast for live bidding, but any member of the sale staff will be willing to help you with your bidding if you are unable to attend the sale in person!

Buckeye Production Sale CATALOG

Buckeye Production Sale FLY SHEETS

Buckeye Production Sale UPDATES

Rudy Hochstetler Herd:

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Picture Gallery – Buckeye Production Sale:

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National Heifer Sale

The 61st National Heifer Sale Catalog is now online to be viewed. There are over 40 lots of genomic tested heifers, high type heifers, choice lots and embryos. Cow families are deep in many pedigrees, with National Show winnings and notable production records also. The sale will be Thursday, June 28, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. (EDT) at Scenic Valley Farm in West Salem, Ohio. This year’s sale will be a live sale, with all lots being lead though the ring, with live broadcast and bidding on JerseyAuctionLive.com. ** Special Opportunity for all youth at the sale! **

  • If you are present at the 61st National Heifer Sale and are 20 years old or younger as of January 1, 2018, you are eligible to win a $300 voucher to put towards the purchase of a calf in this year’s sale.
  • The voucher is only good at the 61st National Heifer Sale.
  • Before the sale, all eligible names will be put into a pot and five lucky winners will be drawn to receive one of the vouchers!
  • Remember you must be present to win!

Thank you to the generous sponsors:

  • Pine Tree Dairy
  • Greg Lavan
  • Nathan Steiner & Bob Zimmerly
  • TransOva
  • Anonymous donor

Buckeye Production Sale

The Buckeye Production Sale was recently added to the JMS Sale Calendar. The Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster, Ohio, is again our gracious host for this event.

Close to 150 head are cataloged, with over 30 currently being processed for fly sheet additions, and featuring the dispersal of 70 head from the Rudy Hochstetler herd from Millersburg, Ohio. Consignments will be coming from great production based breeders in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.

BUCKEYE PRODUCTION SALE CATALOG

The sale will NOT be broadcast Live, but all sale personnel can assist you in handling bids if you are unable to make it on June 16, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. (EDT) for the Buckeye Production Sale. Watch the JMS Blog for more information and for pictures from the sale during the week prior.

Ohio Spring Classic was HOT!

The temperature was hot in the sale coliseum at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster Ohio for the Ohio Spring Classic Sale. Bidding was also “hot” from internet, phone and live bidders and buyers! With all the buyers and bidders support, 79 lots (78 live head and 1 choice) averaged $2194.94.

ST Genetics was the buyer of the high selling consignment, Lot 3. This young genomic tested calf was consigned by Matthew Steiner, Marshallville, Ohio. Lively bidding from two internet bidders helped JX Pine-Tree Tyrion Hill 1709 {3}-ET reach $10,200.

ST Genetics and Matthew Steiner also paired for the second top selling lot, Lot 4. JX Pine-Tree World Cup 1307 1706 {4}-ET was again hotly contested by internet bidders, and stuck off at $7,200.

Next in the high selling line-up was Crossbrook Disco Nebula, consigned by Jon Prokop of Middleburgh, N.Y. She was purchased for $6500 by Select Sires, Inc.

In the top four was Dixie’s Joel Diamond-ET, Lot 58. From the partnership of Prokop, Kueffner and Packard, this heifer sold for $6,000 to a new partnership of Berry and Jenson, Ore.

A huge thank you to the consignors, bidders and buyers for the success of today’s sale.