The 65th All American Sale will be held on Sunday, November 5, 2017, 4:30 p.m. (EST) in Louisville, Ky. The event is part of the three-day celebration of Jerseys at the All American Jersey Show, starting with the Junior show, banquet and Pot O’Gold Sales today.
The All American Sale showcases genetics for all herd types. From the show ring to the milk tank, from genomics to 4-H project and herd building calves, all experienced and aspiring Jersey breeders can bid on some of the best the breed has to offer.
A gallery of pictures is below, of all the consignments in the sale. JMS Staff and members of the AJCA-NAJ team who are at the show can help with more pictures and any questions you may have on a specific consignment. LIVE Broadcast and bidding from the All American Sale will be available on JerseyAuctionLive.com.
The 60th Pot O’Gold Sale will be held in Newmarket Hall, Kentucky Expo Center, in Louisville, Ky. This sale boasts of all genomic tested heifers, for ONLY Junior Jersey Breeders to purchase! Many good herds and great breeders started with investments from this production based sale, with great type and cow families represented as well. Browse / print / request a catalog HERE.
The sale will be held on Saturday, November 4, 4:30 p.m. (EDT) as part of the Junior Jersey Breeder activities and events at the All American Jersey Show.
The 2017 All American Sale is the 65th anniversary for the prestigious event, held during the All American Jersey Show events and festivities in Louisville, Ky. The sale is Sunday, November 5, 4:30 p.m. (EST) and is in the West Hall of the Kentucky Expo Center. As tradition shows, cow families, great type, notable production, and everything every Jersey breeder could want is part of this sale!
The catalog can be downloaded, browsed through, printed or requested for mailing HERE.
The Top of the World Jersey Sale is on Wednesday evening, 4:00 p.m. (CDT) in the Estrumate Sale Pavilion, as part of the World Dairy Expo Jersey festivities in Madison, Wis. The Udder shot gallery was taken with the cows full of milk, while the side shot gallery of pictures were taken this morning, with udders not as full.
The two dry cows, Lots 33 and 36, are also in this slide show gallery.
Pictures and videos of the cattle are being taken and will be posted on the JMS Blog throughout the day. Featured in this post are the “tie-up” consignments, boasting of great type, genomics, and deep family pedigrees.