The JMS Spring Sale Calendar is filling up and we are looking for great consignments from and for all herd types! Take a look at your herd inventory and sell some of the extra’s, getting the hard work of your focus on genetics out into other herds, for people to see and experience!
Please contact your AJCA-NAJ Area Representative or a member of the JMS Staff to submit your consignment(s) or for more information on the sales. We would be needing the following information:
- registration number(s)
- breeding date and service sire
- fresh dates if applicable
- current RIP, and past lactation information if not already in our system
- any professional picture information of family members to include on catalog pages
- show winnings if applicable
The Buckeye Classic Jersey Sale sold 36 lots of heifers, cows and embryos, genomics, show type and great production from consignors in Ohio, Indiana, New York, and Tennessee. The overall sale average was $1600. Buyers ranged from Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Wisconsin.
The top-selling lot was Lot 16 – Virtuoso Eden, consigned by Jake Hershberger, Lynn Yocum and Myers Jersey Farm in Troy, Ohio. For $4100, Craig Dotson of Williamsburg, Ohio won the rights to take this calf home into his show string.
Lot 29 – TJ Classic Tequila Blossom, consigned to the sale by Joel & Greg Bourne and Tabitha Francis, Ansonia, Ohio, was the second high selling heifer of the event. Eddie Harris of Cleveland, Tenn., was the final bidder at $2950.
Lot 5 – Cowbell Redpath Cozy – consigned by Christine Sheesley Rozler, Potsdam, N.Y. was the third high seller. She was purchased by Ethan Starkey of Mechanicsburg, Ohio for $2850.
The Buckeye Classic Jersey Sale will be held on Thursday evening, March 30, 2017 in Columbus, Ohio. JMS is proud to be working with the Buckeye Dairy Club during Spring Dairy Expo to put on this sale. Join us at the Ohio State Fairgrounds and Expo Center, or on JerseyAuctionLive.com, at 6:00 p.m. (EDT) for a 35 lot sale!
Buckeye Classic JERSEY Sale Catalog
Lot 35 Fly Sheet
Cattle in pictures:
The Buckeye Classic Jersey Sale will be held in conjunction with Spring Dairy Expo in Columbus, Ohio on March 30, 2017.
The catalog is available HERE!
34 lots of heifers, cows and embryos, with notable type and production, will sell beginning at 6:00 p.m. that Thursday evening. If you are unable to join the crowd in Ohio, log on to watch and bid, LIVE, with JerseyAuctionLive.com.
The Jersey Marketing Service (JMS) spring 2017 sale calendar has been filling up! Take a look through the dates and sales to see if there is an event where we can help market your registered Jersey cattle. There are several opportunities for breeders of type, deep family lines, genomics, or production to showcase their cattle and pedigrees.
While the calendar has several dates reserved, many are still available. If you have an idea of how JMS’s sale staff and management can aid you in Jersey cattle sales and marketing, please let us know!
Please let any of your JMS Staff or AJCA/NAJ Area Representatives know if you have consignments for any of these great sales, if you have marketing opportunities you would like our assistance with, or just general questions about registered Jersey cattle!
The Buckeye Classic Spring Jersey Sale was held this evening in conjunction with the Ohio Spring Dairy Expo in Columbus, Ohio. Jersey Marketing Service was happy to co-manage this event with the Buckeye Dairy Club.
A total of 30 head went through the ring and with bidding help from the crowd and the internet, averaged $2,143. Buyers were from five different states, including Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Texas and Wisconsin. Internet bidders bought 17 head through JerseyAuctionLive.com.
Lot 30 was the top selling lot of the Buckeye Classic Spring Jersey Sale. She sold to Clear View Jerseys LLC from Orient, Ohio for $4,100. Lavon Farms Bailey was consigned by Lavon Farms, Emory, Texas.
Lot 27, Lavon Farms Eclipes 9791, also consigned by Lavon Farms, was the second high selling lot of the evening. Allyn Paulson, Juneau, Wis., purchased her for $4,000.