The Ohio Spring Classic Sale is shaping up to follow its long tradition of great genetics selling on Memorial Day. This year’s sale will be held in Wooster, Ohio at the Wayne County Fairgrounds on May 27, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. (EDT). There are just under 70 head of young calves up to mature cows (milking and dry). Show winning type, deep family pedigrees, 4-H projects and genomics are being offered, with the proverbial “something for everyone” represented!
Wisconsin State Sale, held on www.jerseybid.com from May 6 – 14, 2019 (bidding will close at 1:30 (EDT) May 14) Individual lots, group lots, embryos, type, production and genomics. All types for all kinds and online for your bidding convenience 24-7!
More details will be posted with each lot online, as well as in a summary sheet and pedigree packet, closer to sale week.
ANNOUNCING: The newest online sale on the schedule, the Online Semen and Embryo Sale on Jerseybid.com.
To consign SEMEN, please send *a complete listing of what bulls you have, *where the semen is housed, *how many units you would like to sell, and *if you would like to have a reserve price per straw.
*EMBRYOS must have a recovery sheet to support the lot, along with *a list of matings, *how many embryos in the lot, *what quality, if they are *exportable and *where they are housed. If you would like to list a *reserve price per embryo, make that information clear as well.
(firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org) NOTE: JMS DOES NOT HAVE TRANSPORT TANKS, so please know that YOU as the consignor will need to work with the buyer(s) to make shipping of semen or embryos available.
Also in May, Ohio Spring Classic Sale: Catalog is being put together at this time.
The Clay Hill Jersey Dispersal will be held on the farm in Poseyville, Ind., on April 13, starting at 11:00 a.m. (CDT). Owner Jim Arnold has been breeding and selling Jerseys in local sales for many years, including supporting the Kentucky National Sale. This will be a complete dispersal, so there are all ages to choose from, from good production cows and heifers, to show age calves for 4-H projects!
Take a look through the picture galleries of cattle to find the one or truck load that catch your eye, then join us on Saturday at the farm or on www.jerseyauctionlive.com to bid last on the strong cattle that Mr. Arnold is offering!
At the farm, 10830 Baseline Rd., Poseyville, Indiana
Owned by James Arnold, phone 812.963.5227
Clay Hill Jerseys will be completely dispersing on Saturday, April 13 at 11:00 a.m. (CDT). James Arnold is a lifetime breeder and has supported the Kentucky National Sale series and sold to other Jersey enthusiasts over the years. The cattle have gone on to do well for their new owners. Strong and productive can describe the breeding behind these Jerseys.
Directions: Farm is located off of I-64 at Exit 18. Take Frontage Rd. (at Motomart), west 1.3 miles to the stop. Turn left. Follow the blacktop road (through curves) 2.8 miles. Turn right. The farm is .5 miles ahead on the right.
More to come from the farm, including many pictures of the consignments selling. There are March 2019 calves up to older cows with proven longevity. Add production and different breeding into your herds on April 13.
The Rawn family of Lancaster, Ohio will dispersing their Jersey herd on Saturday, March 16 at 5:30 p.m. (EDT). A total of 79 head of Jerseys and a handful of Holsteins, with deep families, will be offered at the sale.
The sale will be broadcast on Jersey Auction Live for live broadcast and bidding if you are unable to attend the sale in person.
Directions to the farm: Off of Coonpath/ Hwy-31 turn onto Election House Rd. Once on Election House turn right on to Ginder Rd. Turn right off of Ginder onto Hatter Rd. At the end of Hatter Road, go through the housing development and it will dead end right into the farm.
Click here to order a printed catalog. Please include your full name and mailing address and phone number. If you have your Jersey customer number, please include.
Health Tests: All animals tested for interstate shipment. Animals that are official calfhood vaccinates will be announced. All animals have been tested for brucellosis, tuberculosis. A bulk tank sample for Staph aureus, Mycoplasma species, and BVD was negative
Sale Staff (Any member of the sale staff would be glad to handle your phone or email bids in complete confidence.)