Woodstock Dairy Reduction Sale Wrap-Up

The Woodstock Dairy Reduction Sale was held in Janesville, Wis., on Friday, May 18, 2018. A cross-section of the herd’s milking and dry cows, in addition to bred heifers and a few younger calves sold. The Wayne Woods family, currently of Iola, Wis., will be moving west as they begin new endeavors.  Hoard’s Dairyman, Fort Atkinson, Wis., was a guest consignor, with 15 head of bred heifers. A total of 131 head moved across the auction block, averaging $1112.

Fourteen different buyers took home Woodstock and Hoards genetics to add to their herds, hailing from Wisconsin, California, Iowa, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Texas.

Top selling lots where 1560 and 1622, both for $1700. Lot 1560 was Woodstock Persevere JH Maid, selling to Hass Acres LLC of Evansville, Wis. Lot 1622, Woodstock Santana Pa Missoula, sold to Emma Buetel, Brodhead, Wis.

1560 – One of the top selling lots in the Woodstock Dairy Reduction Sale
1622 was the second of the high selling lots at the Woodstock Reduction Sale

Tying for second top seller was 1106 and 1595, at $1650. Hass Acres LLC was the buyer of Lot 1106, Woodstock Jacinto Maid 1106-ET, and Junction Jerseys LLC, Hatley, Wis., purchased Lot 1595, Woodstock Amazing MJ Leslie.

1595 (left) was one of the second high selling lots of the Woodstock Reduction Sale

JMS wishes the Woods family all the best as they pack, move, and settle in at their new west coast locations, and we thank the buyers and bidders at the sale for their support of the Woodstock herd.

New York Next Generation Sale Concludes

The Steuben County Fairgrounds was the site of today’s New York Next Generation Sale, held with live animals on site and cattle selling online, in groups from their home location. A total of 99 head sold, with a $938 average.

Top seller was Lot 1, at $3500. She was consigned by Underground Genetics and sold to Jack Button, both of NY.

The second high seller will also make her new home with buyer Jack Button. She sold for $3150 and was consigned by Tyler Herrington, NY.

The volume buyer was Emerling Farm, NY. Cattle sold to NY, OH, PA, and TN.

Kentucky National Jersey Sale Wrap-up

The Kentucky National Show and Sale series celebrated its 56th year beginning yesterday with Holsteins and Jerseys, completing today with four colored breed sales. The Kentucky National Jersey Sale, on Thursday, April 5, averaged $1216 on 45 head of quality consignments from breeders from IA, IL, IN, KY, MO, NC, OH, TN, VA, VT. Jersey Marketing Service and the Kentucky Jersey Cattle Club thank the buyers from CO, FL, IN, IL, MO, KY, NC, NY, OH, TX, WI.

The top selling lot of the sale was Lot 11 – JX Laurola Radical Amy {6}-P-ET.  She was consigned by Bowman Dairy Inc., Julian, NC and purchased by Joshua Doecheff of CO for $4,200.

The second top seller was Lot 16 from the Greg Bourne Family in Ohio. TJ Classic Centurion Vivid sold to KCCK Genetics and Hadley Ehlers, IL, for $3050.

Again, a big thank you for the consignors who support this sale series each year, and to the bidders and buyers who appreciate the quality brought to the sale.

Buckeye Classic Jersey Sale concludes

The Buckeye Dairy Club and JMS worked together to bring 27 head through the sale ring today, as part of the long standing Buckeye Classic Sale series at Spring Dairy Expo. The average on the Jersey Sale was $1100.

Lot 18 was the high selling lot in the sale, bringing $1850 for Spahr Jersey Farm, Findlay, OH, her consignors. Diley Jerseys, Canal Winchester, OH, were the final bidders on the young cow.

Thank you to the consignors, bidders and buyers who supported the Buckeye Club and today’s sale.

Pot O’Gold Sale Concludes

Sponsored by Cow’s Match Jersey Blend, Land O’Lakes Animal Milk Products

 

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!

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!