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.
The New York Next Generation Sale will be at the Steuben County Fairgrounds, Bath, N.Y., on Saturday, May 5. The sale will have online, live broadcast and bidding of the sale on JerseyAuctionLive.com. The pre-bidding portion, group lot, portion of the sale will end bidding at 10:00 a.m. at www.jerseybid.com. Any lots carrying a bid will then begin at that amount in the live sale that begins at 11:00 a.m. Only lots carrying bids in the online pre-sale will move to the live sale.
Take a look at the now 50 lots of quality heifers who are being taken care of at the fairgrounds! New York Catalog | NY Flysheets
GALLERY OF “TIE-UP” CONSIGNMENTS:
GALLERY OF ONLINE CONSIGNMENTS: (YouTube Playlist of all videos)
The JMS Spring Sale Calendar has a full line-up of sales, from tie-up/lead sales to loose housing, from type and show ring potential to herd and milk tank production potential. Check out the sales in your area and / or bid online with http://www.jereyauctionlive.com and/or www.jerseybid.com!
We are also taking consignment nominations for National Heifer Sale, to be held in conjunction with the AJCA-NAJ Annual Meetings / 150th Anniversary and the World Conference. The meetings will be in Canton, Ohio and the sale will be nearby on THURSDAY, JUNE 26 @ 7:00 p.m. (EDT). Heifers will be on site and will be sold through the sale ring.
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
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!
NY Next Generation Sale Order
Online lots who have met the reserve bid on http://www.jerseybid.comwill sell in chronological order at the end of the cattle lead through the ring.