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.
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.
Jersey Marketing Service (JMS) is announcing an Online Semen Sale, on Jerseybid.com, 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
New York’s Next Generation Sale was held in Bath, N.Y., at the Steuben County Fairgrounds. The New York Jersey Breeders not only provided quality consignments, but helped to coordinate the event. Cattle were sold at the fairgrounds and online, with the online lots selling from their home farms. 121 head were struck off by the auctioneer’s gavel, showing an average of $1213.64.
Kevetta Citation A Victory-ET, Lot 34S, was the high selling lot of the sale. She was consigned by Tyler Herrington, Dansville, N.Y., and was purchased for $4,400 by Dream Road Jerseys, Johnstown, N.Y.
Volume buyers of the day were Jeff Adams from Washington (31 head), and Creek Bottom Farms of Pennsylvania (30 head). In addition to WA and PA, buyers are taking New York genetics to IN, MD, NY, OH, and WI.
Thank you to the consignors, bidders and buyers of the New York Next Generation Sale!