While some heifers are at their home farm, waiting to travel to their new owners, over 40 head are featured in a tent at the hotel headquarters. ALL have videos on the JMS YouTube Channel, NHS playlist for you to study.
This is a great group of cattle to add deep pedigrees to your herd, with 100 years of Jersey history. Cows and springing heifers will sell on May 12, starting at 10:30 a.m. (CDT), at the free stall facility. The farm is located 1½ miles N of Westby on Hwy. 14, then right on Lovaas Ridge Rd 1¼ mile. The free stall barn is on the left side of the road. GPS Address: Day 1 – S1175 Lovaas Ridge Road, Westby WI 54667
Heifer Pictures: (More will be added daily, in their age groups) Today’s featured group is the 1st trimester heifers, those served / not confirmed, and breeding aged heifers.
Key their thigh numbers – the number is the MONTHS they are confirmed bred, X is “exposed” or served, and O is open.
The Alan and Sharon Kozak family have too many Jerseys! They are selling close to 150 head of ALL genomic tested, mostly A2A2 designated cattle. Many are milking, a handful of dry cows, as well as a small amount of young, bred and springing heifers.
Sale day is FRIDAY, November 18 at 10:00 a.m. (EDT) and will also be broadcast on JerseyAuctionLive.com for LIVE online bidding!
Highlights from the Clover Patch Herd:
Fecal Tested Negative for Johnes for 10 years
ALL cattle are genomic tested
MANY are A2A2 designated
ALL animals are Official Calfhood Vaccinates
Herd Health Program at Clover Patch:
At Birth: Ecolizer +C, BoSe, Vitamins
Weaning: Inforce, Clostridium with booster 2 to 4 weeks later
Four to six months: Brucellosis, Bovi-Shield Modified live w/ Lepto hardjo boostered 4 to 6 weeks and prebreeding
Adults: Bovi-Shield, Scourguard 4KC, Salmonella
All cows dried off, and heifers precalving are given dry treat treatments and Orbaseal
Feet are trimmed on all heifers prior to calving. Adult cows as needed, at minimum annually
Safeguard used routinely to deworm cattle of all ages