Rawn Jersey Dispersal – In Pictures

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.

Rawn Dispersal Sale Order

Rawn Catalog

Take a look at the lots in pictures below, and a Rawn Dispersal Lot Summary

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More from the President’s Day Online Sale

Pick of the Paulo Bros. Herd in California…Lots 106, 107

More lots have been added to the President’s Day Sale, online at JerseyBid.com.

Bidding will close on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. (EST), but will be open all hours until then.

President’s Day Sale Pedigrees         2019 Presidents Day Sale Summary of Consignments

Added highlights since Friday include…

  • 1st and 2nd pick of 50 milk cows from the Paulo Bros. milking herd in California (Lots 106-107), along with 3 groups of bred heifers (Lots 207-209) Lots 207 – 209 Summary
  • An October 2018 “Achiever” daughter with 177 GJPI and 32 GJUI from Crosswind Jerseys, SD (Lot 23)
  • A “Danestar” daughter, born December 2018, with 87F and 134CFP and over 600CM$  She’s 165 GJPI. (Lot 24)
  • A “Tux” granddaughter of  Hi-Land Zipper Fluffy with high health traits, GJPI 145 and GJUI 19.4 (Lot 25)
  • 3 Groups of bred heifers from Bar-Lee Jerseys in Ohio, with due dates between the end of April and the beginning of June, 2019 (Lots 204-206) Lots 204 – 206 Summary  

Check out last week’s picture gallery HERE, and browse through these lot pictures from this weekend! More videos have also been added to the JMS YouTube PRESIDENT’S DAY SALE playlist.

 

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Spring Sale Selection Underway

Jersey Marketing Service staff is putting together our 2019 spring sale calendar and we are actively looking for spring sale consignments!

Even through the wide-spread mud, and now winter scenery across the states, you can see the great genetic and production potential in your cow and heifer lots! We have sales in all regions of the states and look forward to working with you in marketing your sale consignments this spring!

Stay tuned to the sale calendar and to the JMS Blog (here) as consignment sales are confirmed and added. Please contact a member of the JMS Staff or your AJCA – NAJ Area Representative to consign or ask questions.

The President’s Day Sale will be an online sale, hosted on www.jerseybid.com with consignments taken up to 8 p.m. (EST) on February 16.

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The CLAY HILL DISPERSAL will be taking place in Poseyville, IN on April 13, 2019

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______________________2019 NORTHEAST JERSEY CLASSIC_______________________________

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NATIONAL HEIFER SALE will be taking place in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. on June 28, 2019

All heifers will be genomic tested, and each consignor is offered 3 free genomic tests, paid for by AJCA!

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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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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.