Jersey Semen FOR SALE Online!

258 Lots of Jersey semen from the “old days” are up for bid, along with one Semen Tank full of older young sire semen. By “old days,” we mean 1960’s born bulls up to early 2000’s and a lot in between! Take a look through the list and remember cows who made an impact from these sires, and bid on semen that might fit in your collection or your herd mating.

Bidding closes at 1:30 p.m. (EST) Thursday, with extended bidding to follow (Horse Race Style Extended Bidding on

The Listing of Semen is on the site, and listed below in an EXCEL and a PDF document, for you to print off, sort and browse through if desired.
JB Semen Sale Listing December 12-14 (excel)

JB Semen Sale Listing December 12-14 (pdf)

Transport and shipping of any semen is the buyer’s responsibility. Payment must be received before shipping will be allowed. JMS will contact buyers after the sale to arrange payment and discuss shipping options.

Online Semen Sale Announced…

Jersey Marketing Service (JMS) is announcing an Online Semen Sale, on, taking place on December 12-14. This semen sale will feature “ANTIQUE” BULLS in the roster! We will leave the date of “antique” up to you! Check your tank(s) for any semen that you have extra inventory of, no matter how “back in time” the genetics are, and let us know if we can help clear out some room by putting them in the sale!

Now accepting consignments for this sale, until 7 p.m. (EST) December 11.

Please include the following information when submitting your semen consignments:

  • Full name of bull and/or NAAB stud code
  • How many units (straw / ampule) are to be sold
  • Desired Price per unit (straw / ampule). An option of “no minimum bid” is available
    • Commission is 7% for minimum bid, “reserve” price and 6% for no “reserve” price
  • Where the semen is housed and if a transport tank is available for shipment

Consignments can be submitted directly to Erica Davis, JMS Internet Marketing Coordinator (614-361-9716 or or to your AJCA-NAJ Area Representative.

65th All American Jersey Sale Finish

The 65th All American Jersey Sale was held on Sunday, November 5 in Louisville, Ky., as part of the All American Jersey Show events. A total of 59 consignments sold, including two bull syndicates, for an average of $7805.

With females and choices alone, 57 consignments averaged $6047. 37 different buyers from 17 different states purchased in the sale.

The top selling lot, outside of the bull syndicates, was a choice from Musqie Iatola Martha, E-96%, the first female to be offered from the past Supreme Champion of World Dairy Expo. Milk Source Genetics from Wis., was the consignor, with Vierra Dairy Farm of Hilmar, Calif., buying the March 2017 PREMIER calf for $30, 500.

High Seller at the 65th All American Jersey Sale

The female consignment to sell for the second highest amount of the day was Lot 6, Cal-Mart Tad Prissy 9204, from Martin Dairy LLC, Tillamook, Ore. She was purchased by ST Genetics, Navasota, Tx., for $28,200.

Next on the high seller list was Lot 3, JX Lucky Hill Wildflower {6}-ET, from Lucky Hill Farm in Danville, Vt. She sold to Vierra Dairy Farms for $24,700.

Thank you to the breeders who supported the event with the best of their herds, and thank you to the bidders and buyers on supporting and purchasing. Best of luck on the future with your investments.

Pot O’Gold Sale Concludes

Sponsored by Cow’s Match Jersey Blend, Land O’Lakes Animal Milk Products


The 60th Pot O’Gold Sale was held on Saturday evening, November 4, in Louisville, Ky., as part of the All American Junior Jersey Show activities. A huge thanks to Cow’s Match Jersey Blend, Land O’Lakes Animal Milk Products for continuing to support our Jersey youth!

A great night of family bonding and new and seasoned Jersey youth experiencing the thrill of a sale, 32 genomic tested heifers paraded through the ring at the Pot O’Gold Sale. They averaged $2959.

Top selling heifer was consigned by Her-Man Jerseys and Sunny Day Farm, Chester, S.C. Lot 136 is Her-Man/SDF Balin Beck-P, selling for $7500 to Camille Herrera of Hilmar, Ca.

Second high selling heifer, and another exchange of coasts, was Lot 107, Primus Kwynn Haven-ET. She was consigned by Jerseyland Sires, Turlock, Ca., and was purchased by Lydia Chittenden, Schodack Landing, N.Y., for $5200.

We wish all the Jersey youth all the best with their purchases in the 60th Pot O’Gold Sale. You make us all proud!