Spring Sale Selection Underway

Jersey Marketing Service staff is putting together our 2019 spring sale calendar and we are

actively looking for spring sale consignments!

Even through the wide-spread mud, and now winter scenery across the states, you can see the great genetic and production potential in your cow and heifer lots! We have sales in all regions of the states and look forward to working with you in marketing your sale consignments this spring!

Stay tuned to the sale calendar and to the JMS Blog (here) as consignment sales are confirmed and added. Please contact a member of the JMS Staff or your AJCA – NAJ Area Representative to consign or ask questions.

The President’s Day Sale will be an online sale, hosted on www.jerseybid.com with consignments taken up to 8 p.m. (EST) on February 16.

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The RAWN DISPERSAL will be taking place in Lancaster, OH on March 16, 2019

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The CLAY HILL DISPERSAL will be taking place in Poseyville, IN on April 13, 2019

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Ohio Spring Classic was HOT!

The temperature was hot in the sale coliseum at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster Ohio for the Ohio Spring Classic Sale. Bidding was also “hot” from internet, phone and live bidders and buyers! With all the buyers and bidders support, 79 lots (78 live head and 1 choice) averaged $2194.94.

ST Genetics was the buyer of the high selling consignment, Lot 3. This young genomic tested calf was consigned by Matthew Steiner, Marshallville, Ohio. Lively bidding from two internet bidders helped JX Pine-Tree Tyrion Hill 1709 {3}-ET reach $10,200.

ST Genetics and Matthew Steiner also paired for the second top selling lot, Lot 4. JX Pine-Tree World Cup 1307 1706 {4}-ET was again hotly contested by internet bidders, and stuck off at $7,200.

Next in the high selling line-up was Crossbrook Disco Nebula, consigned by Jon Prokop of Middleburgh, N.Y. She was purchased for $6500 by Select Sires, Inc.

In the top four was Dixie’s Joel Diamond-ET, Lot 58. From the partnership of Prokop, Kueffner and Packard, this heifer sold for $6,000 to a new partnership of Berry and Jenson, Ore.

A huge thank you to the consignors, bidders and buyers for the success of today’s sale.

Ohio Spring Classic Sale

The Ohio Spring Classic Sale will take place on Memorial Day, May 28. The event will be held in Wooster, Ohio at the Wayne County Fairgrounds, and will begin at 11:00 a.m. (EDT) The sale will be broadcast LIVE on JerseyAuctionLive.com.

Spring Classic Updates   |   Classic Sale Order

Ohio Spring Classic Sale CATALOG

Ohio Spring Classic FLYSHEETS

A picture gallery featuring all consignments, including the Choice Lot:

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OHIO SPRING CLASSIC SALE – CATALOG AVAILABLE

The Ohio Spring Classic, an annual event featuring high type and deep pedigrees, has it’s 2018 catalog available for viewing online.

 

The sale will be on Memorial Day, Monday, May 28, 2018, staring at 11:00 a.m. (EDT) and held at the Wayne Country Fairgrounds in Wooster, Ohio.

Online bidding will be available through Jersey Auction Live.

JMS Spring Sale Calendar

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.

Ohio Spring Classic Sale Wrap-up

The Ohio Spring Classic Sale was held at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster, Ohio today, with 128 lots going through the ring, averaging $2119.

Lot 45 was the top seller of the day, consigned by River Valley Farm in Tremont, Ill. River Valley Genie Spice 1664-ET sold to Sam, Angela and George Colpetzer, Greenville, Pa., for $9000.

Lot 19, from Lindsays Pine Hill Jersey Farm, New Waterford, Ohio, was the second high seller. JX Pine Hill Vandrell Lumber {3} brought a selling price of $7500, and sold to ST Genetics.

Lot 18 was the third high selling of the Ohio Spring Classic Sale, from Albright Jerseys LLC, Willard, Ohio. JX AJ Avon 3258 {3} was purchased by ST Genetics for $7200.

Consignors sent cattle from seven different states, for both a tie-up and “commercial” format of the sale combined. Buyers were from 13 different states, from Maine to Oklahoma. Adrie Vanderjagt of Sulphur Springs, Texas was the volume buyer.