Scenic View Online Sale

The Scenic View Jersey Sale will be hosted on JerseyBid.com beginning on Friday, November 16 and concluding on November 20, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. (EST) with horse race style closing.

QUICK NOTES:
* NO JX or Brackets on the pedigrees
* 24 of 25 lots are genomic tested
* Lot 1 is Calfhood Vaccinated
* 12 Lots are Polled, and 1 Homozygous Polled Lot
* No lots have A2A2 status tested or confirmed
* Bidding on all lots is in $25 Increments

Take a look through the Scenic View Pedigrees and Scenic View Lot List

Photo Gallery of Lots:

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Photo Gallery of Dams to the lots selling:

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Scenic View Jerseys – ONLINE SALE ANNOUNCED

Scenic View Jerseys has announced they will be selling the remaining 23 head from their herd, online, ending Tuesday, November 20, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. (EST). The Leroy and Martha Sue Miller herd has been bred for deep cow families, high GJPI and high GJUI potential. Many of the consignments are polled.

There are no JX pedigrees and no females selling with a bracket following their name. Cows and bred heifers will be the focus of the sale selection.

Stay tuned over the next few days as pedigrees, pictures and videos are added to the bidding site, JerseyBid.com. The sale will open on Friday, November 16 at 9:00 a.m. (EST) and will remain open until closing bids started at 2:00 p.m. (EST) on November 20, 2018. Horse Race Style Extended Bidding on www.jerseybid.com will explain the close out process.

Take a look at the sale flyer, highlighting some of those deep and productive cow families the Leroy Miller family liked to breed from and develop!

Scenic View JerseyBid Sale Flyer

 

Fred Stout Experience Deadline Looms

 

THE DEADLINE FOR THE 2019 FRED STOUT EXPERIENCE AWARDS – **DECEMBER 1, 2018**

Jersey Marketing Service has had some great young people experience the cattle marketing side of the Jersey business and we look forward to working with the 2019 Fred Stout Experience participant!

Details on applications, other supporting letters and important information can be found HERE.

A Fred Stout Roundtable PDF was published in the November 2018 Jersey Journal, with past Fred Stout Experience participants describing what the internship was like for them, both with JMS and on the farm. Take a moment to see what the internship meant to these young leaders in the Jersey and Dairy Industries!

2018 Fred Stout – JMS Intern – Amanda LoRusso

(Excerpt From the AJCA Website) Reynoldsburg, Ohio—Persons who have a strong desire to pursue a career in managing and/or marketing Registered Jersey™ cattle are encouraged to apply for the 2019 Fred Stout Experience awards.

The awards are presented annually in memory of Fred J. Stout Sr., Mt. Carmel, Ill., a lifelong Jersey breeder and member of the Jersey Marketing Service staff from 1978 to 1997 who believed that the best learning experiences happen in the everyday world.

Awards will be made for two paid internships, one with Jersey Marketing Service, Reynoldsburg, Ohio, and the other an on-farm, customized experience on a Jersey dairy operation. The awards, provided by a permanent endowment created by friends and colleagues of Fred Stout, will pay for housing, travel and related activities required by the cooperating employer up to the maximum amount of the scholarship award.

Applicants must have completed their high school education. To apply, submit a one-page résumé listing previous work experience, skills and other qualifications, plus a separate cover letter stating your ambitions, goals and career aspirations, including plans for achieving them. The letter must also explain how and why the Fred Stout Experience will be of benefit in achieving future goals. A summary of involvement with and interest in Registered Jersey™ cattle is required. Specify which experience (marketing internship, on-farm internship) is preferred, or indicate if you are interested in both opportunities.

MORE HERE

 

All American Jersey Sale Finale

The All American Jersey Sale was held on Sunday evening as part of the All American Jersey Show and Sale series in Louisville, Ky. A crowd filled the West Hall of the Kentucky Expo Center and Fairgrounds, joining those viewing online, for a night of lively bidding. Consignors from around the United States offered up 57 live females, female choices or embryo consignments for a sale average of $4765.

Top selling heifer of the evening sold from her home in Texas as an August 2018 young female. The winning bidder after some competitive bidding was ST Genetics of Navasota, Tx., buying JX Faria Brothers Mald Scary Terry {4}-ET for $60,000. Faria Brothers Dairies from Dumas, Tx., was the consignor.

ST Genetics also purchased Lot 1, who tied for second high top selling female of the evening. Valsigna Viceroy 31654 sold for $11,600 and was consigned by Wickstrom Dairies L.P., Hilmar, Calif.

MilkSource Gentry Mayhem-ET was consigned to the All American Sale by Milk Source Genetics in Kaukauna, Wis., and she tied for second high seller of the night. Misty Meadow Dairy of Tillamook, Ore., was the final bidder on this typey heifer, buying her for $11,600.

Lot 58 sold from her home in Baldwin, Md., and was consigned by Kevin Ehrhardt. For $11,500, Ehrhardt Casino Sunday will be making her new home in Hilmar, Calif., at Vierra Dairy Farms.

Hawarden Jerseys Inc. of Weston, Idaho, purchased Lot 3 for $10,000, rounding out the top 5 selling heifers of the All American Sale. JX Ahlem Tradition Lady 52210 {6}-P was consigned by Ahlem Farms Partnership of Hilmar, Calif.

A huge THANK YOU goes out to the CONSIGNORS for putting their best in the All American Sale, supporting the All American Jersey Show. Another great big THANKS to the BUYERS for investing their hard earned dollars in this elite sale line-up. We at JMS wish you all the best with your purchases.

 

Pot O’Gold Sale Top Sellers

The 61st Pot O’Gold was held this evening in New Market Hall in Louisville, Ky., as part of the Junior All American Jersey Show and events. The 36 consignments in the sale were a genomic tested group of production oriented heifers. Junior Jersey breeders invest in and build their herds from this program. The average on the Pot O’Gold sale was $2733.

The top selling lot was Lot 135, JX Avi-Lance Bltzar Blitzen 18989 {6} from D&E Jerseys in Dalhart, Tx. The heifer sold for $7000 to Jack Swanson of Hilmar, Calif.

Second top selling lot was Lot 111 JX Jer-Z-Boyz Got Maid 61357 {6}, consigned by Jer-Z-Boyz of Pixley, Calif. She was purchased by Robert Graves of Dundas, Ill., for $6200.

Third top selling lot was Lot 104 from D&D Jerseys and Lloyd Heinz, Newton, Wis., for $5100. JX Dodan LH Future Trifecta {4}-ET sold to Austin Haywood, Hastings, Mi.

 

All American Jersey Sale – IN PICTURES

**UPDATE** ADDED LOT to the All American Sale – 10 Units of Sunset Canyon Andreas, 94JE4036 semen

The All American Jersey Sale will take place in Louisville, Ky., on Sunday, November 4, 2018 at 4:30 p.m. (EST). This is one of the elite Jersey sales of the year, with Jersey breeders from around the country offering some of the best genetics from their herds. It is always said, but the truth is, there is “something for everyone.”

If you want show ring potential, we have it here! Genomic standouts, in this sale! Deep pedigrees, with cow families representing generations of breeding, YES! Invest in your future with this sale line-up!

The sale will be held after the Jersey Jug Futurity and all consignments can be entered in the All American Jersey Show after the sale for Monday’s premier Jersey event of the year!

The All American Sale catalog can be found HERE (online) or download this pdf…AA Catalog

AA Sale Updates & Heath    |    Donation Lot A

Online bidding will be available through JerseyAuctionLive.com.

Nine Lots will be selling in Absentia, as Choices or Embryos. Take a look through the video library from this previous Blog Post.

Lot 40 Showed in the Junior Show this morning – take a look at the young cow HERE

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