The 60th Pot O’Gold Sale was held on Saturday evening, November 4, in Louisville, Ky., as part of the All American Junior Jersey Show activities. A huge thanks to Cow’s Match Jersey Blend, Land O’Lakes Animal Milk Products for continuing to support our Jersey youth!
A great night of family bonding and new and seasoned Jersey youth experiencing the thrill of a sale, 32 genomic tested heifers paraded through the ring at the Pot O’Gold Sale. They averaged $2959.
Top selling heifer was consigned by Her-Man Jerseys and Sunny Day Farm, Chester, S.C. Lot 136 is Her-Man/SDF Balin Beck-P, selling for $7500 to Camille Herrera of Hilmar, Ca.
Second high selling heifer, and another exchange of coasts, was Lot 107, Primus Kwynn Haven-ET. She was consigned by Jerseyland Sires, Turlock, Ca., and was purchased by Lydia Chittenden, Schodack Landing, N.Y., for $5200.
We wish all the Jersey youth all the best with their purchases in the 60th Pot O’Gold Sale. You make us all proud!
The 65th All American Sale will be held on Sunday, November 5, 2017, 4:30 p.m. (EST) in Louisville, Ky. The event is part of the three-day celebration of Jerseys at the All American Jersey Show, starting with the Junior show, banquet and Pot O’Gold Sales today.
The All American Sale showcases genetics for all herd types. From the show ring to the milk tank, from genomics to 4-H project and herd building calves, all experienced and aspiring Jersey breeders can bid on some of the best the breed has to offer.
A gallery of pictures is below, of all the consignments in the sale. JMS Staff and members of the AJCA-NAJ team who are at the show can help with more pictures and any questions you may have on a specific consignment. LIVE Broadcast and bidding from the All American Sale will be available on JerseyAuctionLive.com.
The 60th Pot O’Gold Sale will take place in Louisville, Ky., on Saturday, November 4 at 4:30 p.m. (EDT). The event is a part of the many Junior Jersey Breeder events taking place at the All American Jersey Show that day. This year’s sale is presented by Cow’s Match Jersey Blend, Land O’Lakes Animal Milk Products Co., and will take place in the Newmarket Hall location. The sale will also be broadcast on JerseyAuctionLive.com for LIVE viewing and bidding.
RULES for the sale: Because the Pot O’Gold Sale is a Junior Jersey Breeder event, there are a few rules for purchasing. The full list can be seen in the 2017 POG Catalog.
Animals in the Pot O’Gold Sale can only be purchased by juniors between the ages of 7 and 20 (inclusive) on January 1 of the sale year, who reside in the United States or Canada. A junior may only purchase one POG calf per contest year.
This is a production contest, and the awards for the 2017 Pot O’Gold Sale will be presented in 2020. Again, information on records and testing eligibility are in the 2017 POG Catalog
Take a look through the sale line-up to add your next Jersey in your herd, build a solid base of genomics, production, type and genetics! All heifers are genomic tested, with some having preliminary numbers announced at the sale. (Pan of sale line-up)
Updates and a sale order will be posted on Saturday before the sale.
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.
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.