Ohio Fall Production Sale Final Tally

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.

Ohio Fall Production Sale – Milk Cows

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.

Ohio Fall Sale Catalog  |  Ohio Fall Sale Flysheets

Milk Cows – Parlor visit this morning…

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Ohio Fall Production Sale

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.

Ohio Fall Sale Catalog  |  Ohio Fall Sale Flysheets

Take a look through a sample of the heifers (all ages) being offered. More to come on the milk cows later today.

Bred Heifer VIDEO

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Ohio Fall Production Sale – Catalog Available

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There are nearly 200 head of solid pedigreed individuals being offered at the OHIO FALL PRODUCTION SALE. A large group of milk cows and third trimester heifers will be available in Wooster, Ohio on October 21. The sale will be at the Wayne County Fairgrounds and will begin at 11:00 a.m. (EDT).

Take a look through the catalog and join JMS in Wooster, Ohio on October 21. Ohio Fall Sale Catalog

Fall Sales are approaching


Cataloging for the Southeast Jersey Invitational (formerly Dixie Invitational) will begin on THURSDAY, August 10. Consignments, especially any for the tie-up portion, must be turned in promptly.
In this year’s sale, we will be having a tie-up portion featuring approximately 30 head of high quality show prospects and genomic animals. The other portion of the sale will be commercial cattle that will be housed as we have done in the past. Milk cows will be in one group and the heifers divided and housed by age and pregnancy status. Thank you to Her-Man Jerseys and Sunny Day Farm for hosting the sale.

As manager of the sale, JMS wishes to invite you to participate in this volume production sale. The deadline for consignments to the Mid-Atlantic Fall Jersey Classic sale is August 16. The New York and New England area sales were held in the spring only for the 2017 sale season. This early fall sale will create a place to market quality Jersey heifers from and within the eastern United States. Thank you to the Craig Rhein Family for hosting this sale.

 

TOP OF THE WORLD SALE
Jersey Marketing Service (JMS) will once again manage an elite sale of the breed’s most marketable individuals at the Top of the World Jersey Sale in conjunction with World Dairy Expo. The sale date and time for this year is Wednesday, October 4 at 4:30 p.m. (CDT).
DAIRYLAND PROTEIN SALE
Cap off the Jersey event-filled week in Janesville with the 15th Dairyland Protein Sale, on Friday, October 6 at 11:00 a.m. (CDT). Please consider supporting this sale with good quality animals that you want to market.
The deadline for the Top of the World and Dairyland Protein Sale catalogs is August 22.

Please consider consigning to this well attended fall sale with quality, production Jerseys that you want to market. Cheese plants in Ohio are strongly encouraging their suppliers to increase components, thus creating greater demand for Jersey cattle. The deadline for the Ohio Fall Sale catalog is September 9.

Jersey Marketing Service would like to invite you to be a part of the most prestigious Jersey sale in the world!
POT O’ GOLD GUIDELINES
Heifers must be born between July 1, 2016 and March 15, 2017. All heifers in the Pot O’Gold (POG) sale will be genotyped, and their dams must be scored at least VG-80%. AJCA will pay for three genomic samples to be nominated for the POG Sale. Samples need to be received at the lab before August 1st to meet the September genomic evaluation deadline and to be in the catalog.
ALL AMERICAN SELECTION GUIDELINES
We are looking for the best our breed has to offer. We want to select cattle from tremendous cow families that have consistently excelled in production and type. By striving for the very best from your breeding program we can continue to attract new and old Jersey enthusiasts from all over the world.
Help us make this annual event the best one ever by consigning one of your top Jerseys to the 2017 All-American & POG Sales! DEADLINE FOR THE ALL AMERICAN & POT O’ GOLD CATALOGS IS SEPTEMBER 16.

Ohio Fall Production Sale Conclusion

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The Ohio Fall Production Sale was held on Saturday, October 22 in Wooster, Ohio. 126 head went through the sale ring at the Wayne County Fairgrounds, representing Jersey breeders from Ohio, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. Milk cows, bred heifers and open heifers had a sale average of $1400.

Six head sold for over $2000, with the top seller at $2200.

Lot 4 - High Selling Lot at the Ohio Fall Production Sale
Lot 4 – High Selling Lot at the Ohio Fall Production Sale

Clareshoe Premier Tiffany was consigned by Steven Shoemaker from Salem, Ohio. She was purchased by Vanderfeltz Jerseys in Lawton, Pa.

Next top-selling lot was Lot 85 – Clover Patch Volcano Heidi from Neal Smith, Ohio. Fellow Ohio Jersey breeder, Sam Bok bought this bred heifer, due in a month, for $2150

Lot 85 - GJPI 148, GJUI 19.6 and due in a month
Lot 85 – GJPI 148, GJUI 19.6 and due in a month

Lot 84 – IGL Texas Monopoly-ET, also from Neal Smith, was purchased by J & Rachel Hodge and Greg Lavan, Norwich, OH for $2100.

Lots 98, 104, and 215 were purchased for $2000. Cantendo Acres, Ohio, and Van De Jerseys, Pa., were the consignors and Glen Meadows Farm, N.Y., and Brittany & Chris Davis, Ohio were the buyers of these three lots.

Adrie Vanderjagt, Texas, was the volume buyer of the day, with 50 head purchased.

16 different buyers from Indiana, Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas took cattle home from the Ohio Fall Production Sale.