Archive for March 2017

Ohio Spring Jersey Show 2017

DATE: March 31st, 2017 at 10AM
LOCATION: Columbus, OH
JUDGE: Herby Lutz, SC

Senior & Grand Champion: RRF Comerica Daisy (Comerica), 1st 5 YR Old, TJ Classic & Reinhold Jerseys, OH
Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion: IC Tequila Laurie (Tequila), 2nd 5 Year Old, Madelyn Topp, OH
HM Grand Champion: Ufashion Iatola Sasha-ET (Iatola), 1st Jr 2 YR Old, Owen Unkefer, OH

Intermediate Champion: Ufashion Iatola Sasha-ET (Iatola), 1st Jr 2 YR Old, Owen Unkefer, OH
Reserve Intermediate Champion: DKG Tequila Lilac (Tequila), 1st Sr 2 YR Old, Greiwe & Hagemen Family, OH
HM Intermediate Champion: DKG Motion Milk Maid (Motion), 2nd Sr 2 YR Old, Greiwe & Hagemen Family, OH

Junior Champion: Kash-Up Andreas Envy-ET (Andreas), 1st Fall Yearling, Thomas, Clark & Brown, OH
Reserve Junior Champion: Secret Service Lady (Tequila), 2nd Fall Yearling, Lang & Steinlage, IA
HM Junior Champion: Esperanza Colton Holly (Colton), 1st Spring Yearling, Hope, Tanner & Peyton Morrison, MN

Senior & Grand Champion-Junior Show: IC Tequila Laurie (Tequila), 2nd 5 Year Old, Madelyn Topp, OH
Reserve Grand Champion-Junior Show: DKG Tequila Lilac (Tequila), 1st Sr 2 YR Old, Greiwe & Hagemen Family, OH
Reserve Senior & HM Grand Champion-Junior Show: RRF Minister Dorita (Minister), 1st Aged Cow, TJ Classic & Reinholt Jerseys, OH

Intermediate Champion-Junior Show: DKG Tequila Lilac (Tequila), 1st Sr 2 YR Old, Greiwe & Hagemen Family, OH
Reserve Intermediate Champion-Junior Show: DKG Motion Milk Maid (Motion), 2nd Sr 2 YR Old, Greiwe & Hagemen Family, OH

Junior Champion-Junior Show: Esperanza Colton Holly (Colton), 1st Spring Yearling, Hope, Tanner & Peyton Morrison, MN
Reserve Junior Champion-Junior Show: DKG Motion Shelby (Motion), 1st Fall Calf, Greiwe & Hageman, OH
HM Junior Champion-Junior Show: J-Kay Tequila Fozzy-ET (Tequila), 1st Winter Yearling, Matt Richards

Winter Calves (5)

 

1. Cold Run Tequila Bam Bam-ET (Tequila), James Herron, OH
2. Breezy Knoll Tequila Tosha (Tequila), Grant & Tom Cope, OH
3. J-Kay fizz Punch (Fizz), Morgan Richards, OH
4. Spring Cellar Citation Samie (Citation), LOC Jerseys, OH
5. Added Entry

Fall Calves (10)

1. DKG Motion Shelby (Motion), Greiwe & Hageman, OH
2. Marhaven Joel Raven (Joel), Marhaven & Cole, OH
3. Underground Dixies Delsie (Fizz), Richards & Cope, OH
4. DKG Jade Tootsie (Jade), Greiwe & Hageman, OH
5. MVUE Hot Tamale {6} (Impression), Uber & Philson, OH

Summer Yearlings (12)

1. DKG One In A Million (Million), Greiwe & Hageman, OH
2. Ballout Colton Maserati (Colton), Oechsle & Stookey, OH
3. J-Kay AJ First Class (Applejack), Stan-Mar-Dale/Express & Morgan Jerseys, OH
4. Tequila Short Kake (Tequila), Duane Cole, OH
5. Opportunity Colton Blush-ET (Colton), Nathan Steel, OH

Spring Yearlings (19)

1. Esperanza Colton Holly (Colton), Hope, Tanner & Peyton Morrison, MN
2. Electras Elsa-ET (Incentive), Entourage, Triple-T & Fisher, OH
3. DKG Motion Meredith (Motion), Greiwe & Hageman, OH
4. M-Signature Verbatim Syrah (Verbatim), Cole & Mazzaro, OH
5. DKG My O My Heather (My O My), Greiwe & Hageman, OH

Winter Yearlings (12)

1. J-Kay Tequila Fozzy-ET (Tequila), Matt Richards, OH
2. SV Heaths HGUN Corolla-ET (Hired Gun), Heath & Triple-T, OH
3. Margandale Imprssion Ariel (Impression), Hughes & Hancock, OH
4. DKG Judges Verdict Pancy (Judges Verdict), Greiwe & Hageman, OH
5. MVUE Mellies Revenge (Reviresco), Uber & Philson, PA

Fall Yearlings (13)

1. Kash-Up Andreas Envy-ET (Andreas), Thomas, Clark & Brown, OH
2. Secret Service Lady (Tequila), Lang & Steinlage, IA
3. Drentex Paiges Petra (Getaway), Schirm, Gourley & Crazy Chaos, IL
4. Gunman Sweet Kake (Gunman), Duane Cole, OH
5. DKG Impression Star (Impression), Greiwe & Hageman, OH

Junior 2 Year Olds (1)

1. Ufashion Iatola Sasha-ET (Iatola), Owen Unkefer, OH

Senior 2 Year Olds

1. DKG Tequila Lilac (Tequila), Greiwe & Hagemen Family, OH
2. DKG Motion Milk Maid (Motion), Greiwe & Hagemen Family, OH
3. Fire- lake Bstone LM Maureen (Blackstone), Andrew Dice & Blue Mountain Jerseys, PA
4. Laurick Topeka Erin (Topeka), Starwischer Jerseys, OH
5. Call-Del Norbert Lilac (Norbert), Lane Vance, OH

Junior 3 Year Olds (3)

1. TK-ENT Hired Gun Viscious (Hired Gun), Tri-Koebel, MI
2. Starwischer TBone Carolina (T-Bone), Starwischer Jerseys, OH
3. Call-Del Tequila Rhinestone (Teuqila), Call-Dell Farm, OH

Senior 3 Year Olds (1)

1. Marys Alana (Excitation), Anna Rawn, OH

4 Year Olds

1. Magnum Dee Opessa (Magnum), Diley Jerseys, OH
2. Cats Cows Surefire Starlet (Surefire), Cats Cows & Toppglen, OH
3. Gordons Andreas Little Cookie (Andreas), Aubree Topp, OH

 

5 Year Olds (7)

1. RRF Comerica Daisy (Comerica), TJ Classic & Reinhold Jerseys, OH
2. IC Tequila Laurie (Tequila), Madelyn Topp, OH
3. Aragorn PatACake (Verbatim), Matt & Morgan Richards, OH
4. Tri-Koebel Vendetta Glitter (Vendetta), Tri-Koebel, MI
5. Paullor Granger Jest (Granger), Uber & McKissick, PA

Aged Cows (4)

1. RRF Minister Dorita (Minister), TJ Classic & Reinholt Jerseys, OH
2. Justice Impel (Justice), Diley Jerseys, OH
3. Ty-Ly-View Ginger Tequila (Tequila), Lance Vance, OH
4. Marys Bailey (Headline), Anna Rawn, OH

Premier Breeder & Exhibitor: Greiwe & Hageman, OH

2017 Mid-East Spring National Holstein

Ohio State Fairgrounds, Columbus, OH
Judge: Dean Dohle, MO
Date: March 31st, 2017 

Senior & Grand Champion: T-Triple-T Durham Poppi (Durham), 1st Aged Cow, Triple-T & Entourage, OH
Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion: Budjon-JK Atwood Ekira-ET (Atwood), 1st 5 Year Old, Kris & Kyle Ackley, OH
HM Senior Champion: T-Triple-T Platinum-ET (Goldwyn), 2nd Aged, Cow, Triple-T, OH

Senior & Grand Champion-Junior Show: Budjon-JK Atwood Ekira-ET (Atwood), 1st 5 Year Old, Kris & Kyle Ackley, OH
Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion-Junior Show: Willdina Atwood Cindy (Atwood), 6th 4 Year Old, Kris & Kyle Ackley, OH
HM Senior Champion-Jr Show: Cowpens Esperanza Estel (Lavanguard), 2nd 5 Year Old, Hope Morrison, MN

Intermediate Champion: T-Triple-T Play It Again-ET (Fever), 1st Jr 3 YR Old, Triple-T Holsteins, OH
Reserve Intermediate Champion: Qcove-W JMK Curan Darcy-ET (Sid), 1st Sr 3 YR Old, Koster & Curran, OH
HM Intermediate Champion: Vale-O-Skene Lauthority Kitty (Lauthority), Oechsle & Ackley, OH

Intermediate Champion-Junior Show: Cambridge Atwood Ellie-ET (Atwood), 3rd Sr 2 YR Old, Ackley & Heger, OH
Reserve Intermediate Champion-Junior Show: Jenneil Guthrie Glorie (Guthrie), 8th Sr 2 YR Old, Victoria & Emily Deam, OH

Junior Champion: Ludwigs-DG DRM Everlast-ET (Doorman), Legendholm Holsteins, IL
Reserve Junior Champion: Quietcove Foxys Lollipop (Archrival), Quietcove Holsteins, OH
HM Junior Champion: Russellway Atwood Jane-ET (Atwood), Evan Kiko, OH

Junior Champion-Junior Show: Scratchwell Ladd Rockin (Ladd), 2nd Fall Yearling, Oechsle & Scott, OH
Reserve Junior Champion-Junior Show: Brookview Arch Riv Polar Pop (Archrival), 1st Summer Yearling, Ackley & Havens, OH
HM Junior Champion-Junior Show: Toppglen Atwood Windstar (Atwood), 2nd Summer Yearling, Toppglen, OH

Winter Calves (17)

1. Oh-River-SYC Soloman Bea-ET (Soloman), Victoria & Emily Deam, OH
2. Express-SMD Dior (Burgandy), Stan-Mar-Dale/Express, OH
3. Topp-View Airlift Dolly (Airlift), Madelyn Topp, OH
4. Show-Mar Acme Bullet (Acme), Wesley Brantner, OH
5. Show-Mar Brokaw Sub (Brokaw), Dylan Branter, OH

Fall Calves

1. Hodgons Clark Pearl (Clark), Bucks Pride Holsteins, OH
2. T-Triple-T Windbrook Lavender (Windbrook), Andy Thomas, OH
3. MM-T PCKTS Calamity Jane-ET (Lotus), Kurt Wolf, OH
4. Poly-Kow Soloman Actress (Soloman), Schirm, Moser & Crazy Chaos, OH
5. Bulldog McCutch Jade (McCutchen), Tim & Grace Gunkelman, OH

Summer Yearlings

1. Brookview Arch Riv Polar Pop (Archrival), Ackley & Havens, OH
2. Toppglen Atwood Windstar (Atwood), Toppglen, OH
3. Ree-Kay Kingboy Cacey-ET (Kingboy), Mickayla, Samantha & Silas Hayden, OH
4. Toppglen Diamondback Wap-ET (Diamondback), Cole, Pond, OH
5. Quietcove Foxys Ravioli (Archrival), Quietcove Holsteins, OH

Spring Yearlings

1. Quietcove Foxys Lollipop (Archrival), Quietcove Holsteins, OH
2. Rupp-Vue Sid Fabi (Sid), Rupp-Vue Farm, OH
3. Jeanneil-PL McCutchen Cali (McCutchen), Victoria & Emily Deam, OH
4. Plainfield McCutchn Classy (McCutchen), Plainfield Farms, OH
5. Wabash-Way Beemer Anora (Beemer), Wabash Way Holsteins, OH

Winter Yearlings

1. Ludwigs-DG DRM Everlast-ET (Doorman), Legendholm Holsteins, IL
2. Jenneil McCutchen Glitz (McCutchen), Victoria & Emily Deam, OH
3. Plainfield Beemer Ginny (Beemer), Plainfield Farms, OH
4. Toppglen Awesome Wildflower (Awesome), Toppglen, OH
5. Velvet-View Jolly (Reginald), Logan & Wyatt Schlauch, OH

Fall Yearlings

1. Russellway Atwood Jane-ET (Atwood), Evan Kiko, OH
2. Scratchwell Ladd Rockin (Ladd), Korey Oechsle
3. Banowetz Armani Aspen (Armani), Levi Banowetz, OH
4. Don-Mair Maro Bros (Mario), Anna Moser, MI
5. Whiteleather GChip Stela-ET (Gold Chip), Kayla Cring, OH

Junior Best 3 Females (3)

1. Quietcove Holsteins, OH
2. Toppglen Holsteins, OH
3. Topp-View Holsteins, OH

Junior 2 Year Olds (5)

1. Express-SMD Naynay-Red (Addiction P), Stan-Mar-Dale/Express, OH
2. Kolors Very Katchy (McCutchen), Quietcove & White Light Holsteins, Wapakoneta, OH
3. Bucks-Pride McCutchen Mary (McCutchen), Bucks Pride, OH
4. Express-SMD Brock Dava (Brock), Stan-Mar-Dale/Express, OH
5. Toppglen Reginald Wakenna-TW (Reginald), Toppglen, OH

Senior 2 Year Olds (18)

1. Vale-O-Skene Lauthority Kitty (Lauthority), Oechsle & Ackley, OH
2. T-Triple-T Perfect Storm-ET (Reginald), Triple T & Entourage, OH
3.  Cambridge Atwood Ellie-ET (Atwood), Ackley & Heger, OH
4. Bertke GC Bentley (Gold Chip), Damon Bertke, OH
5. Erbacres Brokaw Dalyne-ET (Brokaw), Plainfield Farms, OH 

Junior 3 Year Olds (5)

 

1. T-Triple-T Play It Again-ET (Fever), Triple-T Holsteins, OH
2. Wabash-Way Elaborate Perri (Elaborate), Wabash Way Holsteins, OH
3. Quietcove Windbrook Fanta (Windbrook), Quietcove Holsteins, OH
4. Quietcove Windbrook Fine (Windbrook), Quietcove Holsteins, OH
5. OCD Atwood Madison-ET (Atwood), Anna Moser, MI

Senior 3 Year Olds (8)

 

1. Qcove-W JMK Curan Darcy-ET (Sid), Koster & Curran, OH
2. Tri-Koebel Gold Chip Ronda-ET (Gold Chip), Tri-Koebel, MI
3. Etgen-Way Atwood Moneymaker (Atwood), Ty & Heather Etgen, OH
4. Miss Sunrose Sugar-ET (Windbrook), Sunrose Holsteins, IN
5. Quietcove JMK Curran Daria (Sid), Koster & Curran, OH 

4 Year Olds (11)

 

1. Bucks Pride Gold Chip Winie (Gold Chip), Bucks Pride, OH
2. Bucks Pride Gold Chip Sue (Gold Chip), Delbert & Heather Yoder, OH
3. Greenlea BW Mar-Red (Barbwire), Rynd & Wolford, OH
4. Rupp-Vue Seaver Milissa (Seaver), RuppVue Farm, OH
5. Ms Topp-View Atwood Tory (Atwood), Madelyn Topp, OH 

5 Year Olds (4)

 

1. Budjon-JK Atwood Ekira-ET (Atwood), Kris & Kyle Ackley, OH
2. Cowpens Esperanza Estel (Lavanguard), Hope Morrison, MN
3. Tri-Koebel Easterbunny (Gold Chip), Tri-Koebel, MI
4. Jenneil PC Shock Carolina (Aftershock), Plainfield Farms, OH

Aged Cows (10)

1. T-Triple-T Durham Poppi (Durham), Triple-T & Entourage, OH
2. T-Triple-T Platinum-ET (Goldwyn), Triple-T, OH
3. Tri-Koebel Expecition-ET (Durham), Tri-Koebel, OH
4. Raygor Alexander Tara (Alexander), Raygor Farms, OH
5. Express-SMD Braxton Devin (Braxton), Stan-Mar-Dale/Express, OH

150,000LB Cows (2)

1. Whiteleather Sizzle 1440-ET (Shottle), Whiteleather Holsteins, OH
2. Steel-Lane Laurin Joelle (Laurin), Nathan Steel, OH

Produce of Dam

1. T-Triple-T, OH
2. Quietcove, OH
3. Whiteleather

Breeders Herd

1. T-Triple-T, OH
2. Ackley Holsteins, OH

2017 Spring Dairy Expo Colored Breeds

Guernsey Show

Judge: Herby Lutz

Grand Champion of Junior & Open Show: HI Guern View Titan Juliant-ET, by Kaylee Koss
Reserve Grand Champion of Junior & Open Show: Riverwood Gary Maybee, Morning Star Farm

Junior Champion: Knapps Ernie Talk About Me ETU, John Miller, Leeds, ME
Reserve Junior Champion: Knapps Copper Sweet Tea, Spoltmans Guernseys 

Winter Heifer Calf

1 Knapps Pies Tambilynn, John Miller, Leeds, ME
2 Springhill Bruce Purple, Sale entry 

Fall Heifer Calf

1 Knapps Ernie Talk About Me ETU, John Miller, Leeds, ME
2 Knapps Copper Sweet Tea, Spoltmans Guernseys
3 Morning Star Kandee J, Morning Star Farm
4 Springhill Cordell Twister, Buckeye Classic Guernsey Sale
5 Mardore Novak Lily, Buckeye Classic Guernsey Sale 

Summer Yearling

1 Spring Star Novak Twister, Starmark Farm
2 Coulee Crest Lonestar Nina-ET, Buckeye Classic Guernsey Sale
3 Balmoral A Pie Tamale, Buckeye Classic Guernsey Sale
4 Knapps Regis Jadeen ETU, Joe Dicke
5 Marodore Liams Joni, Buckeye Classic Guernsey Sale

Spring Yearling

1 Langcrest Cordell Mary, Buckeye Classic Guernsey Sale
2 Grim Farm Cordell Paddy 604, Lundview & Associates
3 Misty Meadows Lonestar Heidi, Misty Meadows
4 Spoltmans Showtime, Buckeye Classic Guernsey Sale
5 GR-Springwalk Nellie 1093, Triple J Guernseys

Winter Yearling

1 Spoltmans Eve, Spoltmans Jerseys
2 Wee Acres Farmstead Mary-ETV, Scott Yocum, Stephen Terhune
3 Knapps Grumpy Talented, Topp-View
4 Bakers Acres Toro GiGi, Baker’s Acres

Fall Yearling

1 Rich Hill Sherman Mia, Rich Hill Dairy
2 Triple J Legend Belinda, Triple J Guernseys
3 Misty Meadows Alvin Amanda, Misty Meadows
4 Laven Farms Novak Gundrop, Alden Farms 

Junior Two Year Old

 1 Springhill Church Trinity, Buckeye Classic Guernsey Sale

Senior Two Year Old

1 Coulee Crest Fame Jaylyn-ET, Spoltsmans Guernseys
2 Mariah Brent Showtime, Roland Dicke & Family

Junior Three Year Old

1 HI Guern View Titan Juliant, Kaylee Koss 

Senior Three Year Old

1 Riverwood Gary Maybee, Morning Star Farm

Ayrshire Show

JUDGE: Dean Dohle, MO

Senior & Grand Champion-Open & Junior Shows: Mill Valley Burdette Crystal (Burdette), 1st 4 Year Old,  Greiwe & Hageman, OH
Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion-Open & Junior Shows: Old Bankstons JC Baywatch (Reality), 2nd 4 Year Old, Levi Banowetz, IA

Junior Champion: Mackinson Double Dare-ET (Double Barrel), 1st Winter Yearling Downerd, Wolf & Glamour View, IA
Reserve Junior Champion: Mill Valley Burdette Faith (Burdette), 1st Fall Yearling, Greiwe & Hageman, OH
HM Junior Champion: Mill Valley Adventure Greta (Adventure), 2nd Winter Yearling, Greiwe & Hageman, OH

Junior Champion-Junior Show: Mill Valley Burdette Faith (Burdette), 1st Fall Yearling, Greiwe & Hageman, OH
Reserve Junior Champion-Junior Show: Mill Valley Adventure Greta (Adventure), 2nd Winter Yearling, Greiwe & Hageman, OH

Winter Calves (8)

1. Old-Bankston JC Brook-ET (Burdette), Wolf, Ludwig & Steinlage, IA
2. Morn-N-Star-B Country (Burdette), Kale Hamker, OH
3. Top-Notch Double Whammy Buckeye (Double Whammy), New Horizon Farm & Dairy, OH

Fall Calves

1. Old-N-Lazy Gentleman Whammy-ET (Gentleman), Glamour View, MD
2. Topp-View Darryl Why Wait (Darryl), Keaton & Kinley Topp, OH
3. Mackinson Burdette Domino-ET (Burdette), Clinton & Kameron Steel, OH

Summer Yearlings (5)

1. Annes Petunia (Lochinvar), Anna Rawn, OH
2. Down-N-Dirty Double Dee (Dbl Barrel), Lang & Steinlage, IA
3. Son-Rock Burdette Sassy (Burdette), M, M & I Lawson, OH

Spring Yearlings (6)

1. Duncan Doublewhammy Malibu (Double Whammy), Rachel Duncan, OH
2. Morn-N-Star Pretty Baby (Pandalaro), Michael & Kevin Fridenstine, OH
3. Langcrest Berkley Casey (Berkley), New Horizon Farm & Dairy, OH

Winter Yearlings (4)

1. Mackinson Double Dare-ET (Double Barrel), Downerd, Wolf & Glamour View, IA
2. Mill Valley Adventure Greta (Adventure), Greiwe & Hageman, OH
3. Shultz FB Joys Faith (Free Beer), Katie Shultz, PA

Fall Yearlings (7)

1. Mill Valley Burdette Faith (Burdette), Greiwe & Hageman, OH
2. Old Bankston C Jambree-ET (Calimero), Kailey Barlow, KY
3. Glen Robert Hawaii (Dreamer), Katie Shultz, PA

Senior 2 Year Olds

1. Iow-Ayr BJ Love (Blackjack), Yarabee Farms, IA
2. Old Bankston Gibbs Mercury (Gibbs), Ty & Heather Etgen, OH
3. Topp-View Bendig Wanna Watch-ET (Bendig), Keaton & Kinley Topp, OH

Junior 3 Year Olds (2)

1. Mill Valley Gunmen Daisey (Gunmen), Greiwe & Hageman, OH
2. Toppglen Sacketts Promise (Sackett), Buckeye Classic Sale

Senior 3 Year Olds

1. Reinholts Burdette Anneka (Burdette), Reinholt & Freeman, IN
2. R-Lyn Dreamer Joy (Dreamer), Katie Shultz, PA
3. Shiredale CR Bethany (Rattler), Emerald Farms, OH

4 Year Olds (3)

1. Mill Valley Burdette Crystal (Burdette), Greiwe & Hageman, OH
2. Old Bankstons JC Baywatch (Reality), Levi Banowetz, IA
3. Edgebrook Tri-Star Patience-ET (Tri-Star), New Horizon Farm & Dairy, OH

5 Year Olds (2)

1. Emerald Farms Poker Sweetthing (Poker), Emerald Farms, OH
2. Iow-Ayr Showstar Ray (Showstar), Yarabee Cows & Ski-Pal Ayrshires, IAAged Cow (1)

Aged Cow (1)

1. Maulfair Acres Burdette Briann (Burdette), New Horizon Farm & Dairy, OH

Brown Swiss Show

Judge: Herby Lutz

Senior and Grand Champion of Junior Show And Open Show: Alfa Creek Parker Victory, Topp-View
Reserve Senior and Grand Champion of Junior Show and Open Show: Jonlee Secret Langwathby, Nor-Bert Farms 

Intermediate Champion-Open: RNR Pierce Primrose, RNR Swiss Farm
Reserve Intermediate Champion-Open: IDYL Wild Pepper Sage, Greg Cornish

Junior Champion of Open Show: R Hart BJ 25, Topp-View
Reserve Junior Champion of Open Show: Top Acres Braiden Winzit ET, Open-Road Farm 

Junior Champion of Junior Show: Top Acres Braiden Winzit ET, Open-Road Farm
Reserve Junior Champion of Junior Show: Latimore Chilli Grace, Lindlaur Holsteins 

Winter Heifer Calf

1 Royal WCF Carlton Beauty exhibited by Velvet-View
2 Morning Star T Darla exhibited by Morning Star Farm
3 Wind Mill Tussel Jasmine 1724 exhibited by The Midwest Revue Sale
4 Jam-Tu Bosephous Tiki exhibited by Jam-Tu 

Fall Heifer Calf

1 Top Acres Q5 Victor Winz ET, Top Acres
2 Ferrand Bosephous Farrah, Ferrandcrest
3 Sun-Made R Tinkerbell,  The Midwest Revue Sale
4 Royal WCF Callton Malik, Mustard Seed Farm
5 Brown Velvet Thunder Finley, Chris & Elizabeth Lahmers 

Summer Yearling

1 Richman Richard Stella, Richman Farms
2 Milk+Honey Richard Tempest, Topp-View
3 Express-SMD Fireball, Express-Stan-Mar-Dale
4 Rad-ical Grand Entrance, The Midwest Revue Sale
5 Ferrand Raven Faith, Ferrandcrest 

Spring Yearling

1 LJF Seamans Coll Party, Lazy J Farm
2 Brook Hollow Total Malahni, Brook Hollow Farm
3 Morning Star B Della, Morning Star Farm
4 Idyl Wild Thunder Roxy, Idyl Brook
5 Royal WCF Pluto Pepper, Mustard Seed Farm

Winter Yearling

1 R Hart BJ 25,  Topp-View
2 Giesy Manor Bosephous Misty, Carli Binckley
3 Buckeye Knoll C Kit-Kat-TW, Lehner Dairy
4 Triple C JoBo Chloe, Triple C Farm
5 Open-Road C Pepper Who-izit, Open-Road Farm 

Fall Yearling

1 Top Acres Braiden Winzit ET, Open-Road Farm
2 Latimore Chilli Grace, Lindlaur Holsteins
3 Hickory Grove August Donna, Hickory Grove Farm 

Junior Two Year Old

1 CIE Open-Road Billigun Lyndee, Open-Road Farm 

Senior Two Year Old

1 IDYL Wild Pepper Sage, Greg Cornish
2 Brown Velvet BDN Peppermint, Chris & Elizabeth Lahmers
3 Open-Road WC Fairgirl, Open-Road Farm
4 CIE Open-Road Chilli P Vanna, Open-Road Farm
5 Dublin-Hills Penny, Open-Road Farm 

Senior Three Year Old

1 RNR Pierce Primrose, RNR Swiss Farm
2 Siegerts Thunder Young Monies, Triple C Farm 

Four Year Old Cow

1 Johann V Montana, Topp-View

Five Year Old Cow
1 Cotton Spring GS Patty-ET, Cotton Spring Farm

Aged Cow

1 Open-Road Wonder Benay, Open-Road Farm
2 Silver-Mist Zeus Coco Puff, Silver-Mist
3 LAD Topsys Tootsie, Out of the Ashes Farm 

Component Merit Cow

1 Alfa Creek Parker Victory, Topp-View
2 Jonlee Secret Langwathby, Nor-Bert Farms 

Milking Shorthorn Show

Judge: Dean Dohle of Halfway, Missouri

Senior & Grand Champion of the Junior and Open Show: Redien Acres Cookie, Emmy Days, OH
Senior Reserve & Reserve Grand Champion of the Junior and Open Show: Heavenly Indigo, Brett Groebner &Kalee Schaefer, WI 

Junior Champion of the Junior and Open Show: Heavenly Fritto-ET, Brett Groebner & Kalee Schaefer, WI
Reserve Junior Champion of the Junior and Open Show: Heavenly Zippy, Brett Groebner & Kalee Schaefer, WI

 Winter Heifer Calf

1 Heavenly Frisbee EXP, Brett Groebner & Kalee Schaefer, WI
2 Heavenly Zest, Brett Groebner & Kalee Schaefer, WI
3 Spring Meadows Presto Maylan, Emily Daniels, OH
4 Outofthe Ashes Stan Loretta, Ginna Climer, OH
5 Bok Stanley Ester Ethel,Lindsey Bricker, OH

Fall Heifer Calf

1 JC’s Sparkler Ice Ice Baby, Shelby Melfond, OH
2 Rich Hill Stanley Gem, Kate Sherman, OH
3 Char-Ja Blaine Tara, Alexis Pierce, OH
4 Green Acres Isabelle, the Buckeye Classic sale, OH

Summer Yearling Heifer

1 Heavenly Applebread, Brett Groebner & Kalee Schaefer, WI
2 Bonanza-B Dean Remington, Byron Smithson & Family, IN
3 Char-Jar Malice Ivy, Alexis Pierce, OH
4 Kadapop Lumpkin Teacupp, Kadapop Genetics, OH
5 Emerald Farms Hals Annette, the Buckeye Classic Sale, OH

Spring Yearling Heifer

1 Heavenly Fritto-ET, Brett Groebner & Kalee Schaefer, WI
2 Bok Blaine Pretty Piper, Korey Oechsle, OH
3 Topp-View Presto Alexa-EXP, Aubree Topp, OH
4 Kadapop Lumpkin Betty, Kadapop Genetics,OH
5 SMS Ladys Lyla Dream Girl EXP, Tammy Zimmerman, OH

 Winter Yearling Heifer

1 Heavenly Zippy, Brett Groebner & Kalee Schaefer, WI
2 Blue Spruce Mud Mandy, Blue Spruce Farm, OH
3 Bok Stanley Lindy Lucy, Ginna Climer, OH
4 Bonanza-B Presto Athena, Byron Smithson & family, IN
5 Sunny Kuhm Karis Darla, Alexis Pierce, OH

Fall Yearling Heifer

1 Bonanza-B Raves Premium Rae, Byron Smithson & family, IN
2 Nitro Squaw, the Buckeye Classic Sale, OH
3 Lazy M Lothario Likity Split-ET, Brett Goebner & Kalee Schaefer, WI
4 Rovin HIpat Tn Lucicus-EXP, Russell Alden, OH 

 Junior Two Year Old

1 Cherrywood Zippo Katrina, Eric Lang &Maynard Lang, IA
2 Twilite D Lights Out, the Buckeye Classic Sale, OH
3 Weissway Spark Aspen May 4th, Buckeye Classic Sale, OH
4 Smart Mrb Malice Skittles, Buckeye Classic Sale, OH

Senior Two Year Old

1 Heavenly Butter Sctch EXP, Brett Goebner & Kalee Schaefer,WI

Senior Three Year Old

1Eicks Liriano Clara EXP, Kadapop Genetics, OH 

Four Year Old
1 Redien Acres Cookie, Emmy Days, OH
2 Heavenly Indigo, Brett Groebner &Kalee Schaefer, WI

 

Ohio Spring Red & White Show 2017

DATE: March 30th, 2017 
LOCATION: Columbus, OH
JUDGE: Dean Dohle, MO

Grand Champion: Quality Quest Cinda-Red (Redman), 1st Aged Cow, Grant & Tom Cope, OH
Reserve Grand Champion: Greenlea BW Mar-Red (Barbwire), 1st 4 YR Old, Dallas Rynd & Judy Woford, OH
HM Grand Champion: Lichty-Acres Htry Fire-Red (Heztry), 1st Jr 3YR Old, Eric Lang, IA

Grand Champion-Junior Show: Balmoral Lars Aurianna (Larson), 1st 5 YR Old, Madelyn Topp, OH
Reserve Grand Champion-Junior Show: Lah-Dale Malone Shine-Red (Malone), 1st Sr 2YR Old, Elaina Lahmers, OH

Senior Champion: Quality Quest Cinda-Red (Redman), 1st Aged Cow, Grant & Tom Cope, OH
Reserve Senior Champion: Greenlea BW Mar-Red (Barbwire), 1st 4 YR Old, Dallas Rynd & Judy Woford, OH
HM Senior Champion: Balmoral Lars Aurianna (Larson), 1st 5 YR Old, Madelyn Topp, OH

Senior Champion-Junior Show: Balmoral Lars Aurianna (Larson), 1st 5 YR Old, Madelyn Topp, OH
Reserve Senior Champion-Junior Show: Oneeda Rocco Tawny (Rocco), 2nd Aged Cow, Madelyn Topp, OH

Intermediate Champion: Lichty-Acres Htry Fire-Red (Heztry), 1st Jr 3YR Old, Eric Lang, IA
Reserve Intermediate Champion: Lah-Dale Malone Shine-Red (Malone), 1st Sr 2YR Old, Elaina Lahmers, OH
HM Intermediate Champion: Hankansons Redburst  Evie-Red (Redburst), 2nd Sr 2YR Old,  Bucks Pride, OH

Intermediate Champion-Junior Show: Lah-Dale Malone Shine-Red (Malone), 1st Sr 2YR Old, Elaina Lahmers, OH
Reserve Intermediate Champion-Junior Show: Karebares Rdburst Sasha-Red (Redburst), 2nd Sr 3YR Old, Emma Mathews, OH

Junior Champion: Wabash-Way Kalif Halo-Red (O Kalif), 1st Winter Yearling, Elaina Lahmers, OH
Reserve Junior Champion: Wabash-Way Kalif Mia-Red (O Kalif), 1st Summer Yearling, Wabash-Way Holsteins, OH
HM Junior Champion: Macs Acres VHF Lady Di-Red, 1st Fall Yearling, Mac Acres & Jenna Yoder, OH

Junior Champion-Junior Show: Wabash-Way Kalif Halo-Red (O Kalif), 1st Winter Yearling, Elaina Lahmers, OH
Reserve Junior Champion-Junior Show: Auburnhills LVRG Ryanne-Red (Leverage), 1st Fall Calf, Hannah Dumbeck, OH
HM Junior Champion-Junior Show: Jacher Armani Riptide-Red (Armani), 2nd Summer Yearling, Korey Oechsle, OH

Premier Breeder – Mac Acres, OH
Premier Exhibitor – Stan-Mar-Dale/Express, OH

Winter Calves (9)

1. White-Mist Dribble-Red-ET (Armani), Silver Mist & White Light Holsteins, OH
2. U-Dean Hypnotic Rosa-Red-ET (Hypnotic), Jasmine Auble, OH
3. Claytoncrest Salsa-Red-ET (Absolute), Black Tie Genetics, MI
4. Lah-Dale Special-Red (Diamondback), Ava Lahmers, OH
5. Breezy-Knoll  Baby Cinda-Red (Adonis), Tom & Grant Cope, OH

Fall Calves (6)

1. Auburnhills LVRG Ryanne-Red (Leverage), Hannah Dumbeck, OH
2. Mac-Acres CT Darby-Red (Contender), Mac Acres, OH
3. Jenn-Stone Leverage Suri-Red (Leverage), Avery Dumbeck, OH
4. Star-Gen Abso Marley-Red-ET (Absolute), Starlight Genetics, IN
5. Star-Gen Abso Maxie-Red-ET (Absolute), Starlight Genetics, IN

Summer Yearlings (5)

1. Wabash-Way Kalif Mia-Red (O Kalif), Wabash-Way Holsteins, OH
2. Jacher Armani Riptide-Red (Armani), Korey Oechsle, OH
3. G-Lane Carson Tia-Red (Carson), Mariah Troutwie, OH
4. Pine-Tree AW Abigail-Red (Awesome), Becca Vales, OH
5. G-Lane Californa Realyn-Red (California), Mariah Troutwie, OH

Spring Yearlings (3)

1. Ack-Lee Defiant Gaga-TW-Red (Defiant), Kris & Kyle Ackley, OH
2. Uber-Haven D Fint Chrome-Red (Defiant), Mike Uber & Vanessa Philson, PA
3. Macs VHF CT Dana Rae-Red (Contender), Mac Acres, OH

Winter Yearlings (6)

1. Wabash-Way Kalif Halo-Red (O Kalif), Elaina Lahmers, OH
2. Spun Gold-G CT Shea-Red-ET (Contender), Debra & Jenna Hoffman, OH
3. Schulter Sadie Lee-Red-ET (Defiant), Sunrose Holsteins, IN
4. Mac-Acres AR Queenie (Armani), Mac Acres, OH
5. Velvet-View Return-Red (Awesome), Logan & Wyatt Schlauch, OH

Fall Yearlings (4)

1. Macs Acres VHF Lady Di-Red, Mac Acres & Jenna Yoder, OH
2. N-Randle Absolut Legacy-Red (Absolute), Starlight Genetics, IN
3. Twining Armani Reba-Red (Armani), Raymond Twining, OH
4. Idylbrook Dest Rose-Red (Destry), Becca Vales, OH

Junior 2 Year Olds (3)

1.  Express-SMD Naynay-Red-ET (Addiction) Stan-Mar-Dale/Express, OH
2. Ms Wabash-Way Armani Mara-Red (Armani), Wabash-Way Holsteins, OH
3. Harmony-Corners Kerisha-Red (Advent), Stan-Mar-Dale/Exress, OH

Senior 2 Year Olds (7)

1. Lah-Dale Malone Shine-Red (Malone), Elaina Lahmers, OH
2. Hankansons Redburst  Evie-Red (Redburst), Bucks Pride, OH
3. Added Entry from Macs Arcres, OH
4. Express-SMD Maybach-Red (Axford), Stan-Mar-Dale/Express, OH
5. Added Entry, Macs Acres, OH

Junior 3 Year Olds (3)

1. Lichty-Acres Htry Fire-Red (Heztry), Eric Lang, IA
2. Wil-O-Rae Redbrst Vegas-Red (Redburst), Scott Knoll & Lisa Kerr, OH
3. Ms HJ Moede Scarlet-Red-ET (Barbwire), Lydia Kaverman, OH

Senior 3 Year Olds (3)

1. Mac Acres AB Desiree-Red-ET (Absolute), Mac Acres, OH
2. Karebares Rdburst Sasha-Red (Redburst), Emma Mathews, OH
3. Roll-N-View P Ingrid-Red-ET (Picolo), Ally Cupps, OH

4 Year Olds (3)

1. Greenlea BW Mar-Red (Barbwire), Dallas Rynd & Judy Woford, OH
2. Soutrhern Hills Nola-Red-ET (Ron), Stan-Mar-Dale/Express, OH
3. Jolibois Floria Contend-Red-ET (Contender), Starlight Genetics, IN

5 Year Olds (1)

1. Balmoral Lars Aurianna (Larson), Madelyn Topp, OH

Aged Cows (2)

1. Quality Quest Cinda-Red (Redman), Grant & Tom Cope, OH
2. Oneeda Rocco Tawny (Rocco), Madelyn Topp, OH

Dam & Daughter

1. Elaina Lahmers, OH
2. Tom & Grant Cope, OH

Produce of Dam

1. Mac Acres, OH

 

Emily Goins: Focused on the Heart of the Showring

“I am still feeling the spirit of the New Year because it’s a time when change and renewal fills the air, and we celebrate the bright new beginnings taking place as we begin 2017.” New faces. New headlines. Here at The Bullvine, we are right on trend as we look to expand our team and our coverage of the dairy industry. We don’t have a crystal ball to forecast the unknown, but we do know that we will be providing many more real-time pictures! And that means introducing you to our new intern, Emily Goins of Kentucky.  This 20-year-old is eager to make dairy photographer a big part of her plans for the future.

Cowtographer Emily “The Thrill is in Capturing the Special Moments.”

Even though Emily is not yet a seasoned pro, she already identifies with the thrill of creating images that capture unique moments in the dairy ring. “I absolutely love getting to capture special moments for people to save and look back on. I really enjoy being behind the scenes of events. There is so much more than just pointing a lens and pushing the shutter button. I love how much detail and effort is put into getting a great photo.

Emily Goins: “Getting Up Close to Cows Inspired This Photographers Passion.”

Passion for the dairy showring is often a spark that is passed from generation to generation and, occasionally, ignites what will become a different but related version of the flame. “My dad and granddad (names if Emily would like) showed Ayrshires when they were young. So it was expected that when I was old enough to join 4-H, I was next up in the family to show Ayrshires. When I turned 9, I got my first 4-H calf and began the journey. I absolutely hated showing at first, but I pushed through and started to enjoy it. I showed Ayrshires for nine years before I switched over to Jerseys. Valentines Day 2015, my boyfriend Logan bought me my first Jersey cow from Keightly and Core Jerseys here in Kentucky. I’m glad that I stuck through all of the many, many 4-H meetings in my nine years because I wouldn’t have had the incredible opportunities that I have had and I wouldn’t have gotten to meet some of the greatest people. I’m looking forward to next show season which will be my last time in the ring as a junior.” For Emily, there is always a new beginning just beyond each ending.

Emily Goins: “It only takes a spark to get an album growing.”

At the same time, as she had her first 4H calf, she also was introduced to cameras. “I got started in photography when I was nine years old and joined 4-H. I was in my county’s 4-H photography program for one year but then decided to stop the classes and experiment on my own. I got my first camera when I was about seven years old and it was a tiny, hot pink, Sony digital camera, I thought I was all that and a box of crackers. I got out of taking pictures for a while, then when I saw photos from the Bullvine, it sparked the passion again, and I had to get back behind the camera, so for my 18th birthday I got my first DSLR, a Canon EOS Rebel t5.”

Emily Goins: “Emily is on the Hunt for Photographic Skills.”

There are many opportunities to be inspired in this modern age of technology, with its access to worldwide communication twenty-four hours a day.  Sometimes a seemingly small moment can have a significant impact on our career choices.  Emily explains how this connection happened for her.  “Andrew Hunt has helped me develop my passion for photography. I fell in love with his photos when I discovered him on Facebook just a few years ago. I love the new idea of the lower shots that he introduced to the show photography world. I was super anxious to meet him in person; he is a superstar in my eyes! Andrew is very, very helpful with any questions I have or if I need advice. I really enjoy getting to work for him.” It is great to see Emily setting out on her own adventure.

“Emily’s Career Time Frame is Clicking Along “

There can be many reasons for what makes a picture great. In Emily’s case, it doesn’t have to do with setting, lighting or camera angle. Her choice isn’t about the picture itself, but it’s about the feeling that is captured.  She explains, “My favorite photos are the ones that really show the emotion between the cow and the lead person.” For Emily, the story of photographic success in the show ring isn’t about reproducing a true-type-model moment.  For her, it is about telling the story of success so that everyone looking at the photograph feels connected to the moment and the people and animals that moment represents. “I’m in love with getting what once was “the slap, ” but I reckon now it’s “the handshake” pictures. I was thankful enough that my first time taking photos was at Expo and I was able to really improved my timing to get a great handshake shot in the first few days of shooting. I also really like taking pictures of my dog Lulu. He’s very photogenic.”

“Emily is Keeping Her Focus While Studying and Hoping for Big Picture Opportunities.”

“I am majoring in Photojournalism and minoring in Agriculture at Western Kentucky University. I hope to improve my photography skills majorly and also take a few writing classes while I am there. I would love to continue working for The Bullvine because it has absolutely been a dream come true getting to shoot for my favorite photographer. I hope to have my own photography business covering dairy shows and other events such as beef shows, rodeos, and weddings later in life.” It’s a big undertaking, but this young photographer is glad she can take the first steps. “

I just want to thank Andrew for his help and support with starting this new photography adventure. I really appreciate getting to learn from the best in the business.”

The Bullvine Bottom Line

Emily Goins photography journey, like the beginning of each new year, is a story waiting to be told.  No doubt her story will continue to be recorded in pictures that shoot for the heart of the dairy showring.  We encourage her to keep on shooting.  Like her, we are committed to our dream by providing expanded coverage for our passionate dairy followers. “Good luck Emily.  You inspire the dairy dreamer inside all of us to keep on growing.”

 

 

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Getting More from Your Rumination and Activity Monitoring Devices

Have you ever bought a new piece of equipment only to get less than 50% of what the sales person ‘promised’ it would provide? It is both sad and negative for agriculture when farmers get oversold on new technology. But, let’s be positive! Have you ever invested in new technology and got more than your money’s worth?  The Bullvine recently read about such a situation. It came to our attention via a series of scientific reports in the Journal of Dairy Science (JDS Vol. 99 No. 9, 2016) where a study was done at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York about the use of automated health-monitoring system (AHMS).

Study Hypothesis

By knowing the details from an automated health-monitoring system (AHMS), the researchers wanted to determine if, beyond heats (activity) and rumen health (rumination), predictions could be made on the presence of metabolic and digestive disorders including displaced abomasum, ketosis, indigestion, mastitis, and metritis.

Cornell Study

Researchers decided that one more research farm study was not what dairy farmers needed or wanted to hear about. So, they found a 1100 cow free stall commercial dairy where management and experienced workers were willing to take the time and effort to record digestive and health disorders. Farm workers were present 24 hours per day and went about their work without knowing what data the AHMS was capturing. This provided for the researches to have unbiased, independent data from two sources to use in their analysis. Cows were fitted with a neck-mounted electronic rumination and activity monitoring tag and rumination time and physical activity information was recorded from 21 days before expected calving until at least 80 days after calving. The study covered a year-long period with recording of performance in the parlor of this 3x herd. The herd’s 305-day performance was 13,036 kgs. (28,725 lbs), and it’s TMR diets were standards for New York State. Pre-calving heifers and cows were housed separately. For a month after calving all cows were housed together and from then on cows were grouped by lactation number.

Study Synopsis

The rumination and activity details were continually captured and uploaded to the central processor every two hours. The digestive and health disorder data, both observed and suspected, came from the workers’ recordings. The information from both sources was used to develop a dynamic ‘health index score’ (HIS).  Researchers created alert levels for the HIS when metabolic and/or digestive problems might be suspected. The researchers then tested these HIS alert levels against the herd’s people making a clinical diagnosis of one of the five disorders. Exact protocols were followed, and disorder descriptions were clearly defined. Blood was drawn, and testing was done on groups of animals in order to augment and verify the clinical diagnosis, as determined by the herd’s people.

End Objective

The end objective, from using the HIS, was to be able to predict, using activity and rumination data, a problem before it would have been clinically diagnosed. Knowing one day ahead is a start but knowing the possibility of a problem up to 3-5 days ahead has the potential to be a game-changer for managing to avoid metabolic and digestive disorders.

Health Disorder Incidence

A review of the scientific literature shows the following incidences of and facts about metabolic and digestive disorders:

  • Disease frequency (% of all disorders): Mastitis 35-45%; Metritis 12-15%; Retained Placenta 7-10%; Displaced Abomasum 4-6% and Ketosis 3-5%.
  • The majority of health and digestive diseases occur in the first month of lactation
  • The frequency of mastitis and high SCC increases with cow age
  • Milk Fever (4-5%), not included in this study, rarely occurs in first lactation and incidence is variable between herds.

Definitely, the disorders in this Cornell study are prevalent enough (70% of all disorders) that any avoidance of them could significantly impact the bottom line of farms.

Study Results

The key findings from the study are the rate of detection of a disorder and the days in advance that the HIS would have detected a possible disorder as compared to the farm staff making a clinical diagnosis. An interesting fact for this herd was that 58% of the cows had at least one of the five disorders and 42% had none. 70% of cows with a disorder had one, and 30% had more than one disorder.

Table 1 Study Disorders – Incidence, Occurance, Prediction Accuracy and Prediction before Diagnosis

Mastitis and metritis events occurred in 44% of the cows. However, the accuracy of prediction for these two was the lowest of the disorders. The half day ahead of clinical diagnosis for mastitis, lower that for three of the other disorders, is not surprising considering this was a well-managed herd, milked 3x daily.  Interesting to note was that for E Coli mastitis the accuracy of prediction was 81%, much higher than for overall mastitis at 58%. All disorders, except for mastitis, occurred very early in lactation. The results are very encouraging for the detection of the metabolic disorders, considering that they are much harder for herds people to detect than mastitis or sub-clinical metritis.

Is It Worth Knowing?

The short answer on whether or not to use the AHMS to monitor for metabolic and digestive disorders is yes. 

Greater ROI

Without doing a full simulation on extending the use made of an AHMS to included monitoring for health disorders has yet to be documented on a financial basis. Some facts that every herd manager knows to be true include:

  • Having a single health disorder can cost from $250 – $500 per incidence in treatment costs and lost income, all the way to early culling and even the death on-farm of the animal
  • Saleable milk is lost during the disorder, and the total lactation yield is decreased
  • Drugs are costly, and the drug bill can mount up depending on the disorder, and
  • It takes extra labor to care for sick animals.

However, those are only the start of the ways in which having your AHMS predict a disorder can pay back dividends. Here are points to include when considering the ROI of an AHMS:

  • The AHMS works 24 hours every day, takes no holidays and requires no weekly wage.
  • The AHMS can, at least partially, eliminate the need for staff to be continually monitoring dry, fresh and breeding pens. It could likely decrease the size of the workforce, or it could permit staff to put more effort into another area of the farming enterprise.
  • Experienced herds persons know that early detection of any abnormal condition can be a major advantage when it comes to minimizing severity or in increased speed of recovery.
  • As well as providing herd manager with information to catch heats and improve pregnancy rates, catching even 50% of the metabolic and digestive disorders before they get serious can add $200+ per cow per year to net yearly profit for the entire herd. That’s significant!
  • For information purposes, it should be noted that an AHMS cost is from $ $150-$175 USD per animal (collars + data system).

The Bullvine Bottom Line

This study shows that the information from an AHMS can reliably be used to predict metabolic and digestive disorders before they occur.  More information to enhance a herd’s management level and the bottom line is something progressive managers are always on the lookout for. Herd managers can thereby use all the tools, intuition, observation and data, to take their herd to higher profit.

 

Free Webinar – USE OF RUMINATION AND ACTIVITY MONITORING FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF DAIRY COWS WITH HEALTH DISORDERS

Leading producers are always looking for ways to better monitor their animals.  The focus on developing solid SOPs for identifying sick cows has also resulted in increased lock up times.   What would be the value of knowing a cow was sick 1-2 days before you can see it? Dairies now can have precision animal monitoring that can integrate their SOP’s and provide imitate results for both health and reproduction.

Join Dr. Julio Giordano, Cornell University DVM, M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Animal Science on Tuesday, April 18th, 2017 at 12 noon EST as we will be discussing their research using the ai24™/SCR HRLD technology and the exciting findings that will impact your business.
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British Columbia Spring Holstein Show 2017

LOCATION: Abbotsford, BC
JUDGE: Pierre Boulet, QC

Wendon Goldwyn Diode
Grand Champion
BC Spring Show 2017
Wendon Holsteins

Grand Champion: Wendon Goldwyn Diode (Goldwyn), 1st Mature Cow, Wendon Holsteins, AB
Reserve Grand Champion: Wendon Dempsey Prude (Dempsey), 1st 5yr Old, Westcoast Holsteins, BC
HM Grand Champion: Crestomere Golden View (Goldwyn), 1st Senior 3yr Old, T&L Cattle Ltd., BC

Wendon Goldwyn Diode
Senior Champion
BC Spring Show 2017
Wendon Holsteins

Senior Champion: Wendon Goldwyn Diode (Goldwyn), 1st Mature Cow, Wendon Holsteins, AB
Reserve Senior Champion: Wendon Dempsey Prude (Dempsey), 1st 5yr Old, Westcoast Holsteins, BC
HM Senior Champion: Aldora Attra Dempsey Dempsey), 1st 4yr Old, T&L Cattle Ltd., BC

Intermediate Champion: Crestomere Golden View (Goldwyn), 1st Senior 3yr Old, T&L Cattle Ltd., BC
Reserve Intermediate Champion: Duhibou Fever Piranha (Fever), 1st Senior 2yr Old, Westcoast Holsteins, Bc

Jacobs High Octane La Liann
1st Place Summer Yearling
BC Spring Show 2017
Westcoast Holsteins

Junior Champion: Jacobs High Octaine La Liann (High Octane), 1st Summer Yearling, Westcoast Holsteins, Bc
Reserve Junior Champion: Skycrest Atwood Diamond (Atwood), 1st Senior Yearling, Skycrest Holsteins, AB
HM Junior Champion: Butlerview Door Anisa ET (Doorman), 2nd Senior Yearling, Benbie, Robella & Zimmer Holsteins, SK

Skycrest Atwood Diamond
Junior Champion Bred and Owned
BC Spring Show 2017
Skycrest Holsteins

Junior Best Bred & Owned: Skycrest Atwood Diamond (Atwood), 1st Senior Yearling, Skycrest Holsteins, AB
Reserve Junior Best Bred & Owned: Cedarwal Doorman Candy (Doorman), 1st Intermediate Yearling, Cedarwal Farms, BC

BC Spring Show Breeder Dedication Winner: Martin & Ann Hamming, BC

Fall Calf  (30)

Trentvalley Dempsey Firth
1st Place Fall Heifer Calf
BC Spring Show 2017
Martin Rympa

1. Trent Valley Dempsey Frith (Dempsey), Martin Rypma, BC
2. Wedgwood Cg Dorinda 1468 (Capital Gain), Mike Podschadly, BC
3. Elmbridge BH Dman Engagement (Doorman), J. William Wikkerink Farms, BC
4. Wendon Byway Winny (Byway), Wendon Holsteins, AB
5. Benbie Vanhaven Vivian (Andre), Benbie Holsteins, BC

Summer Yearling (24)

Jacobs High Octane La Liann
1st Place Summer Yearling
BC Spring Show 2017
Westcoast Holsteins

1. Jacobs High Octaine La Liann (High Octane), Westcoast Holsteins, Bc
2. Robella Reginald Ellie (Reginald), Martin Rypma, Sheila Sundborg & Robella Holsteins, Bc
3. Siermers Byway Shippa Et (Byway), T&L Cattle Ltd., Bc
4. Robella Solomon Dolly (Solomon), Robella Holsteins, Sk
5. Ruann Enticer Tammy-63548 (Enticer-33908-Et), Stephen & Patrick Maddox

Junior Yearling (21)

Rayon Dor Lotus Can Be Pretty
1st Place Junior Yearling
BC Spring Show 2017
Westcoast Holsteins

1. Rayon Dor Lotus Can Be Pretty (Lotus), Westcoast Holsteins, BC
2. Rayon Dor Lotus Corail Red 9Lotus), Westcoast Holsteins, BC
3. (BO) Robella Solomon Andy (Solomon), Robella Holsteins, SK
4. Chubanna Doorman Vixen (Doorman), Chubanna Holsteins, AB
5. Benbie Kingboy Bernice (Kingboy), Benbie Holsteins, SK

Intermediate Yearling (15)

Cedarwal Doorman Cottoncandy
1st Place Intermediate Yearling
BC Spring Show 2017
Cedarwal Holstein

1. (BO) Cedarwal Doorman Candy (Doorman), Cedarwal Farms, BC
2. Westcoast Beemer Amy (Beemer), Westcoast Holsteins, BC
3. Cobequid Windbrook Pirouette (Windbrook), Westcoast Holsteins, BC
4. Wendon Doorman Regan (Doorman), Wendon Holsteins, AB
5. Hamming Airlift Susan (Airlift), Hamming Holsteins, BC

Senior Yearling (20)

Skycrest Atwood Diamond
1st Place Senior Yearling
BC Spring Show 2017
Skycrest Holsteins


1. (BO) Skycrest Atwood Diamond (Atwood), Skycrest Holsteins, AB
2. Butlerview Door Anisa ET (Doorman), Benbie, Robela & Zimmer Holsteins, SK
3. Priory Doorman Taffee (Doorman), Blossom Dairy Ltd., ^&Carl Barclay, BC
4. Hamming Solomon Claira (Solomon), Hamming Holsteins, BC
5. Chubanna Contrast Epic (Contrast), Benbie Holsteins, SK

Junior Group of 3 (9)

1. Westcoast Holsteins, BC
2. Wendon Holsteins, AB
3. Stanhope Wedgwood, BC
4. JW Wikkerink Farms, BC
5. Benbie Holsteins, SK

Junior 2 Year Old (9)

Robella Loaded Bombay
Junior Two Year Old
BC Spring Show 2017
Robella Holsteins

1. Robella Loaded Bombay (Loaded), Robella Holsteins, SK
2. Elmbridge Doorman Aspire (Doorman), Westcoast Holsteins, BC
3. Wedgwood CG Paradise (Capital Gain), Stanhope Wedgwood Holdings, BC
4. Wedgwood CG Nina (Capital Gain), Westcoast Holsteins, BC
5. Hamming Sid Squirt (Sid), Hamming Holsteins, BC

Senior 2 Year Old (16)

Duhibou Fever Piranha
Senior Two Year Old
BC Spring Show 2017
Westcoast Holsteins

 1. (BU) Duhibou Fever Piranha (Fever), Westcoast Holsteins, Bc
2. Extondale Goldwyn Lily (Goldwyn), T&L Cattle Ltd., Bc
3. (BO) Benbie Deman Sabrina (Deman-ET), Benbie Holsteins, Sk
4. Greenlark Lucille Atwood (Atwood), Westcoast Holsteins, Bc
5. Idee Goldwyn Lizette (Goldwyn), T&L Cattle Ltd., Bc 6. Benbie Alta5g Miley (Alta5g-ET), T&L Cattle Ltd., Bc

Junior 3 Year Old (9)

Weldon Reimer Gold Chip Kara
Junior Three Year Old
BC Spring Show 2017
Wendon Holsteins & Reimer Holsteins

1. (Bo & Bu) Wendon Reimer Gold Chip Kara (Gold Chip-Et), Wendon & Reimer, AB
2. Westar Windminn 313 (Windminn), T&L Cattle Ltd., BC
3. Morsan Mccutchen Behave 1848 (Mccutchen 1174-ET), Stanhope-Wedgwood Holdings Ltd., BC
4. Ruann Mccut Merla-44776-ET (Mccutchen 1174-ET), Stephen & Patrick Maddox, Ca
5. Radar Aftershock Lisa (Aftershock-ET), Westcoast Holsteins, BC

Senior 3 Year Old (15)

Crestomere Golden View
Senior Three Year Old
BC Spring Show 2017
T&L Cattle Company 

1. (BU) Crestomere Golden View (Goldwyn), T&L Cattle Ltd., BC
2. Lindenright Gold Annabel (Goldwyn), Westcoast Holsteins, BC
3. (BO) Ruann Hammer Dorinda-30893 (Windhammer-Ets), Stephen & Patrick Maddox, CA
4. Wendon Gold Chip Dustoff (Gold Chip-Et), Wendon Holsteins, AB
5. Hamming Jasper Squirt (Jasper-Et), Hamming Holsteins, BC

4 Year Old (18)

Alder Attra Dempsey
Four Year Old
BC Spring Show 2017
T&L Cattle Company

1. (BU) Aldora Attra Dempsey Dempsey), T&L Cattle Ltd., BC
2. Baumann Sid Felicity (Sid-ET), T&L Cattle Ltd., BC
3. (BO) Westcoast Ladd Aspen (Ladd P-Red-ET), Westcoast Holsteins BC
4. Wendon Goldwyn Alberta (Goldwyn), Wendon Holsteins, AB
5. Wendon at Dawn (Atwood), Suntasia Farms, BC

5 Year Old (9)

Wendon Dempsey Prude
Five Year Old
BC Spring Show 2017
Westcoast Holsteins