Ohio Fall Production Sale Final Tally

The Ohio Fall Production Sale was held today in Wooster, Ohio, at the Wayne County Fairgrounds. A great crowd enjoyed fellowship and viewing the 187 head of Jerseys who went through the sale ring. The average on today’s sale was $1,466.58 on everything from milk cows, bred and open heifers and a baby calf.

Jerseys were consigned to the sale from Indiana, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Tennessee.

Gaby Jersey Farm, Tenn., had the three top-selling lots, with Lot 22 at $2500, Lot 28 at $2500 and Lot 30 at $2600. All sold to Sand Creek Dairy, LLC of Hastings, Mich.

Ohio State University was the consignor of the next two high lots, Lot 125 at $2400 and Lot $126 at 2350. They also sold to Sand Creek Dairy, LLC.

Buyers from the sale were from California, Michigan, New York, Ohio and Texas. Volume buyers were Mibelloon Dairy, LLC, Mich., with 50 head and Nico DeBoer, Tx., with 56 head.

Ohio Fall Production Sale – Milk Cows

The Ohio Fall Production Sale will be held on Saturday, October 21, at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster, Ohio. Beginning at 11:00 a.m. (EDT), approximately 187 head will go through the ring. Milk Cows down to a newborn will be offered from Jersey breeders in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana and Tennessee.

Ohio Fall Sale Catalog  |  Ohio Fall Sale Flysheets

Milk Cows – Parlor visit this morning…

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Ohio Fall Production Sale

The Ohio Fall Production Sale will be held on Saturday, October 21, at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster, Ohio. Beginning at 11:00 a.m. (EDT), approximately 187 head will go through the ring. Milk Cows down to a newborn will be offered from Jersey breeders in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana and Tennessee.

Ohio Fall Sale Catalog  |  Ohio Fall Sale Flysheets

Take a look through a sample of the heifers (all ages) being offered. More to come on the milk cows later today.

Bred Heifer VIDEO

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All American and Pot O’Gold Sales

Pot O’Gold Sale
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The 60th Pot O’Gold Sale will be held in Newmarket Hall, Kentucky Expo Center, in Louisville, Ky. This sale boasts of all genomic tested heifers, for ONLY Junior Jersey Breeders to purchase! Many good herds and great breeders started with investments from this production based sale, with great type and cow families represented as well. Browse / print / request a catalog HERE.

The sale will be held on Saturday, November 4, 4:30 p.m. (EDT) as part of the Junior Jersey Breeder activities and events at the All American Jersey Show.

2017 POG Catalog

All American Sale Catalog Information Page…Click on Banner

The 2017 All American Sale is the 65th anniversary for the prestigious event, held during the All American Jersey Show events and festivities in Louisville, Ky. The sale is Sunday, November 5, 4:30 p.m. (EST) and is in the West Hall of the Kentucky Expo Center. As tradition shows, cow families, great type, notable production, and everything every Jersey breeder could want is part of this sale!

The catalog can be downloaded, browsed through, printed or requested for mailing HERE.

2017 All American Catalog | Lot 62 Flysheet

Take a look as some of the cow families who have consignments in this sale!

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Click on Banner for more information about the bulls being syndicated at the 2017 All American Jersey Sale

Dairyland Protein Sale Concludes

The Dairyland Protein Sale was held in Janesville, Wis., on October 6, 2017.  A group of milk cows, dry cows and bred heifer, totaling 69 head, averaged $2,087.

Buyers hailed from CA, KS, MI, TX, WI and Canada, with Adrie Vanderjagt, Tx., as the volume buyer with 27 head.

Ryan Gartman, Cedar Grove, Wis., bought the high selling lot of the sale, Lot 31. JX Heartland Stormy Tamira {5}-ET was consigned by Duane & Debra Phillips of Golden, Ill., and sold for $3,050.

 

Top of the World Jersey Sale Finishes

The Top of the World Jersey Sale was held on October 4 in Madison, Wis., as part of the World Dairy Expo Jersey activities. With semen and a choice, 37 lots sold for an average of $2886.

The high selling heifer, Lot 25, is Intense Gentry Priceless, the 2nd place Senior Yearling in the 2017 International Jersey Show. Consigned by Clark Valley and Tim Natzke, Wis., she sold to Pacific Ridge, Brent Rocha, Ore., for $7,200.

Lots B and C from Matthew Steiner, Ohio, sold to Vierra Dairy Farms, Hilmar, Calif., for $6,200 and $5,750 respectively. This makes them second and third high selling lots of the sale.

A big thank you to the consignors to the 2017 Top of the World Sale, along with the bidders and buyers. Best of luck on all your purchases!