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SCO-LO DOOR ACURA 2218 Wins Grand at Expo Portneuf

The Portneuf agricultural show was held on Saturday, July 13th 2019. 53 subjects were shown to the judge M. Jean-Philippe Charest.

Grand Champion: SCO-LO DOOR ACURA 2218 – Ferme Jacobs inc.

Reserve Grand Champion: GENO NOVO CANDELA – Ferme Geno inc.

Honorable Mention Grand Champion: PETITCLERC SID SHANIA– Ferme Jean-Paul Petitclerc & fils inc.

 

Beauty & Utility: DROLIE DOORMAN NEWLEY- Drolet & fils

 

Junior Champion: BRIGEEN CRUSH PADDY – Ferme Jean-Paul Petitclerc & fils inc.

Reserve Junior Champion: JACOBS UNIX BRILLANT – Ferme Jacobs inc.

Honorable Mention Junior Champion: DROLIE HIGH OCTANE – Drolet & fils

 

Senior Banners:

Exhibitor: Ferme Jacobs inc.

Breeder: Petitclerc

 

Junior Banners:

Exhibitor: Ferme Jacobs inc.

Breeder: Jacobs

 

To consult the entirety of the results of the day, click on the following link : https://www.assistexpo.ca/resultats/portneuf/1/1

To consult the entirety of the pictures of the day, click on the following link: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmF8X1sm

Milk Futures Continue to Fall

On the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Milk futures closed lower Monday along with cash trade as the market continue to price correct. Class III milk continue to fall. July finished down 2 to $17.33, August was down 12 to $17.43 and September fell 10 to $17.62. The second half averaged at $17.40/cwt. Class IV milk was unchanged in July at $16.91, fell 4 cents in Aug to $17.02 and Class IV averaged $17.12/cwt

Dry whey down $0.0025 at $0.32. One trade was made at that price. Blocks down $0.0250 at $1.7625. Barrels down $0.0275 at $1.7125. Six trades were made ranging from $1.7125 to $1.7375. Butter up $0.0175 at $2.43. Five trades were made ranging from $2.4525 to $2.4375. Nonfat dry milk unchanged $1.0275. Two trades were made at $1.0250 and $1.0275.

Wisconsin dairy farmers are struggling to stay afloat

As Americans consume less milk and turmoil in international markets challenges the country’s dairy industry, many dairy farmers are struggling to stay afloat. In 2018, more than 2,700 dairy farms in the U.S. went out of business, with nearly a third of those closures taking place in Wisconsin, long-known as “America’s Dairyland.” NewsHour Weekend’s Hari Sreenivasan reports.

Source: PBS

Quebec dairy farmer and her cow pals are an Instagram hit

Mylène Bégin is a fourth generation dairy farmer who regularly posts to Instagram to reflect the work that goes into the trade. (Submitted by Mylène Bégin)

A 26-year-old dairy farmer in Quebec’s Abitibi region is trying to change the way people view farming — one Instagram post at a time.

Mylène Bégin’s account, which boasts more than 10,500 followers, reflects daily life on her dairy farm in Sainte-Germaine-Boulé, 670 kilometres northwest of Montreal.

Bégin started helping around the family business when she was six years old. After school, she had to eat supper quickly before heading out to the barn for the evening. 

“My homework wasn’t done, and I was doing it in the bus the morning before classes,” she said.

Though she loved animals, she wasn’t convinced dairy farming would be a good fit.

“Waking up at five o’clock in the morning wasn’t really interesting for me,” Bégin said.

Her interest developed later, when she was in high school. She studied dairy and farm management at the Institut de Technologie Agroalimentaire in Saint-Hyacinthe for four years.

Travelling to Alberta and Australia in 2015, she learned about other farming techniques. That’s also when she started documenting farm life on Instagram. 

Tackling misconceptions

Her handle, @meumy_n_princy, derives from a nickname she had when she was young.

“Meumy because I have cows, and cows ‘Moo’ — and Princy is the name of my farm,” she said. 

On the farm, Bégin manages a herd of around 60 Holstein cows and about as many calves.

Though it’s hard work, she said there are some funny moments. 

When they want to touch something that they’re curious about they use their tongue,” Begin said. “So they are always trying to lick you. They are just adorable.”

Bégin’s Instagram account has evolved over the years.

It started as a way to show her friends across the country and around the world what she was doing.

But now it allows Bégin to show the world the “good part of farming.”

She regularly interacts with her followers by answering the questions they ask when she posts.

She said there are people who spread negative rumours about the industry, as well as “people who have never been on the farm that try to tell us how to farm.”

One of the misconceptions she wanted to clear up that dairy farmers are harming calves by taking them away from their mother after they are born. Bégin said it’s done to protect the calf. 

‘The farm is totally a gym’

In addition to posting photos of the cows on her farm, Bégin regularly updates her followers on her weight loss. She has lost 72 pounds since she finished school and started working on the farm.  

“I carry 80-pound calves, small square bales of hay and bags of grain that are 25 kilos each — so it helps to be in shape,” Bégin said.

“Yeah, [the] farm is totally a gym,” she said.

Bégin and her brother now co-own the farm, which has been in their family since 1942. 

When Bégin began posting photos, her family wasn’t totally on board with the idea. 

Her father would often say, “Oh, why are you always on your phone? You’re still on your phone again!” Bégin said.

But her parents have come around and are now supportive of her social media life, asking her “What did you post on Instagram today?”

“I guess they are proud, and they want to help me to keep posting things and information about our beautiful industry,” she said.

Source: cbc.ca

PIERSTEIN CHELLA WINDBROOK Wins B.B.Q. Bellechasse

The B.B.Q. Bellechasse agricultural show was held on Saturday, July 6th 2019. 137 subjects were shown to the judge M. Yan Jacobs.

Grand Champion: PIERSTEIN CHELLA WINDBROOK – A. & R. Boulet inc.

Reserve Grand Champion: BLONDIN GOLDWYN MAGENTA – Ferme Boulet inc.

Honorable Mention Grand Champion: BERGEROY WINDBROOK LORIK – Pierre Boulet

 

Beauty & Utility: DUHIBOU DOORMAN PRINCESS – Ferme Duhibou inc.

 

Intermediate Champion: BONACCUEIL LINDA DEMPSEY – A. & R. Boulet inc.

Reserve Intermediate Champion: PIERSTEIN DEVOUR ROULA – Pierre Boulet

Honorable Mention Intermediate Champion: LESPEREE LIGHTMYFIRE SUMALEE – Ferme L’esperee enr.

 

Junior Champion: DUHIBOU CHIEF PROUD – Ferme Duhibou inc.

Reserve Junior Champion: CLEMAR CHIEF COOL BABY – André Dion et Ferme Clemar s.e.n.c.

Honorable Mention Junior Champion: DUHIBOU DENVER RIKA – Ferme Duhibou inc.

 

Senior Banners :

Exhibitor: A. & R. Boulet inc.

Breeder: Bonaccueil ex aequo avec Pierstein

 

Junior Banners :

Exhibitor: André Dion et Ferme Clemar s.e.n.c.

Breeder: Duhibou

 

To consult the entirety of the results of the day, click on the following link : http://www.assistexpo.ca/resultats/bellechasse

To consult the entirety of the pictures of the day, click on the following link: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmEV5K77

 

Scientists alter cows’ genetics to reduce methane emissions

Meat and dairy are New Zealand’s biggest earners when it comes to exports, however, they are also our largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. As we try to balance our economy with our commitment to the Paris climate agreement new research out this week thinks the secret to reducing climate change could be through breeding less burpy cows.

Methane emissions from ruminants including sheep and cows account for about a third of New Zealand’s greenhouse gas emissions and are by far the largest single contributor. Although methane stays in the atmosphere for less time than carbon, as a gas it is much more effective at trapping heat – acting as a blanket over our planet and playing a significant role when it comes to climate change.

Methane isn’t physically produced by the ruminants themselves, instead, the animals act as a host to a group of microbes called methanogens that live in their digestive system. It is these methanogens that produce the methane by combining hydrogen and carbon dioxide during food digestion. To look at the relationship between methane emissions and livestock, a large European Union commissioned research project called RuminOmics took a team of more than 30 scientists and several breeds of common cow to see if there was a simple way to reduce the amount of methane produced.

The scientists inserted a brass cylinder into the mouth of the cows they were studying and pulled up fluid from the rumen, the first of four compartments found in the stomach of a cow. This is the area where grass that has been chewed and swallowed by the cow gets partially digested through a fermentation reaction. The researchers found that this fluid contained different types of protozoa, bacteria, fungi, DNA and single-celled organisms known as archaea. The bacteria produce hydrogen as they ferment the carbohydrates from the chewed up grass which is then combined with carbon dioxide by the archaea in the rumen producing a methane-rich gassy combination, 95 per cent of which is burped out by the cow.

Previous research has tried to solve this methane emissions issue by changing the diet that the cows ate, with the addition of seaweed instead of grass as one way of reducing the amount of methane produced. Although the extra seaweed was successful in methane reduction, the additional food cost plus the extra carbon footprint needed to transport seaweed to farms did not make it a viable option for many farmers. Rather than change the diet of the cow, the RuminOmics research, which was summarised in the journal Science Advances, found that it was more effective to change the methane-producing bacteria that lived in the cow. Their results found a strong link between the genetic make-up of the cow and they type of microbe that lived in its digestive system with high methane-producing microbes being inherited from one generation to the next. The simple solution they found was to selectively breed cows that didn’t have these inherited genetic traits which seemed to relate to the hosting of high methane-producing microbes. The study agreed with local work carried out at AgResearch, which has also been successful in selectively breeding sheep that have specific genetics to produce less methane from their grassy diets.

Altering the genetic make-up of cows by breeding for good heritable traits is standard in the livestock industry although it has typically been tailored to produce improved milk or meat yields. Now the challenge is to see if both an increased milk or meat yield and lower emissions can be bred together into one single productive yet environmentally friendly and less burpy cow.

 

Source: NZ Herald

China hold-up on dairy sales

A REFUSAL by China to accept dairy heifers from a now-clear bluetongue zone is continuing to cause headaches for northern Victorian producers.

A bluetongue zone was established in Bamawm in October, 2017, after bluetongue virus was detected in a number of 12-month-old heifers, but the temporary 100 km bluetongue zone was lifted on December 5, 2017.

However, 18 months later, China has not recognised the lifting of the exclusion zone and is still not accepting dairy cattle from the area.

For dairy farmers like Wyuna’s Phil Blain, it means there are even less options for people struggling in poor conditions.

“It doesn’t help not being able to sell into China,” Mr Blain said.

“It just takes the option away.”

He said it was particularly frustrating that cows and heifers from the exclusion zone could be bought “for much cheaper” by those in other regions, only to be kept on properties for six months and on-sold to China for more money later on.

Dairy Livestock Services manager Scott Lord said it was an ongoing issue, with poor seasonal conditions worsening farmers’ frustration.

“It’s put a lot of financial pressure on dairy farmers,” Mr Lord said.

“This time of the year would be the time they’d be looking to off-load suitable cattle, but a lot are carrying additional cows because of it.

“We’ve continually communicated with the Department (of Agriculture) and they are aware of the financial implications.

“Unfortunately it’s something that’s out of our control.”

A department spokesperson said a number of livestock export markets had specific requirements relating to bluetongue virus, including China.

“Exports of cattle to China must comply with their importing country requirements, which are outlined in China’s import conditions,” the spokesperson said.

“We are committed to working with all trading partners to ensure importing country requirements are met in all cases including our own.”

The department has previously held discussions with China on the issue.

The bluetongue virus was detected in three 12-month-old heifers near Echuca on October 14, 2017, during pre-export testing, before a further four heifers were found to be affected at the property.

The detection of antibodies in the heifers’ blood indicates previous exposure to BTV, with one heifer believed to have been exposed to the virus in NSW where it is more prevalent.

More than 2500 cows from 98 mobs were tested following the outbreak.

 

SourceTatura Guardian

USDA Now Making Payments for New Dairy Margin Coverage Program

Income-over-feed margin for May triggers fifth payment for 2019 

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) opened enrollment for the Dairy Margin Coverage (DMC) program on June 17 and has started issuing payments to producers who purchased coverage. Producers can enroll through Sept. 20, 2019. 

“Times have been especially tough for dairy farmers, and while we hope producers’ margins will increase, the Dairy Margin Coverage program is providing support at a critical time for many in the industry,” said Bill Northey, USDA Under Secretary for Farm Production and Conservation. “With lower premiums and higher levels of assistance than previous programs, DMC is already proving to be a good option for a lot of dairy producers across the country.  USDA is committed to efficiently implementing the safety net programs in the 2018 Farm Bill and helping producers deal with the challenges of the ever-changing farm economy.” 

Authorized by the 2018 Farm Bill, DMC replaces the Margin Protection Program for Dairy (MPP-Dairy). The program offers protection to dairy producers when the difference between the all-milk price and the average feed cost (the margin) falls below a certain dollar amount selected by the producer. To date, nearly 10,000 operations have signed up for the new program, and FSA has begun paying approximately $100 million to producers for January through May. 

May Margin Payment 

DMC provides coverage retroactive to January 1, 2019, with applicable payments following soon after enrollment. 

The May 2019 income over feed cost margin was $9.00 per hundredweight (cwt.), triggering the fifth payment for eligible dairy producers who purchase the $9.50 level of coverage under DMC. Payments for January, February, March and April also were triggered.  

With the 50 percent hay blend, FSA’s revised April 2019 income over feed cost margin is $8.82 per cwt. The revised margins for January, February and March are, respectively, $7.71, $7.91 and $8.66. 

Coverage Levels and MPP Reimbursements 

Dairy producers can choose coverage levels from $4 up to $9.50 at the time of signup. More than 98 percent of the producers currently enrolled have elected $9.50 coverage on up to 95 percent of their production history.

More Information 

On December 20, 2018, President Trump signed into law the 2018 Farm Bill, which provides support, certainty and stability to our nation’s farmers, ranchers and land stewards by enhancing farm support programs, improving crop insurance, maintaining disaster programs and promoting and supporting voluntary conservation. FSA is committed to implementing these changes as quickly and effectively as possible, and today’s updates are part of meeting that goal. 

For more information, visit farmers.gov DMC webpage or contact your local USDA service center. To locate your local FSA office, visit farmers.gov/service-locator

 

Source: USDA-FSA

Holstein Youth Excel During the 2019 National Junior Holstein Convention Competitions

Holstein Association USA recognized Junior members in Appleton, Wis. for their participation in a variety of activities during the 2019 National Holstein Convention. Over 325 Holstein Junior members competed in contests and participated in various other activities. All contests are designed to help youth develop skills that will benefit them in future endeavors and showcases their talents on a national stage.

Prepared Public Speaking

Broken into three age divisions, 46 youth participated in the prepared public speaking competition. Following are the results from each division.

Junior Division (ages 9-13 as of January 1)

  • 1st place: Abby Meyer, Wisconsin
  • 2nd place: Sarah Craun, Virginia
  • 3rd place: Justin Irwin, Illinois

Intermediate Division (ages 14-17 as of January 1)

  • 1st place: Lauren Siemers, Wisconsin
  • 2nd place: Matthew Gunst, Wisconsin
  • 3rd place: Bradley Richman, New Jersey

Senior Division (ages 18-21 as of January 1)

  • 1st place: Ariel Staffin, New Jersey
  • 2nd place: Miriam Cook, Michigan
  • 3rd place: Brock Irwin, Illinois

Folding Display Contest

Forty-six entries were submitted in this year’s Folding Display competition. Participants create a free-standing display educating people about a dairy industry-related topic of their choice. Youth are divided into three age divisions, and each division has two categories – Scientific and Creative. Junior Holstein members are not required to attend the National Convention to enter a display and compete in this contest. Following are the results for each category.

Creative Division

Junior Division (ages 9-13 as of January 1)

  • 1st place: Konrad Reidman, California
  • 2nd place: Makenna Mase, Pennsylvania
  • 3rd place: Joseph Coltrane, North Carolina

Intermediate Division (ages 14-17 as of January 1)

  • 1st place: Lauryn Young, Washington
  • 2nd place: Reagan Rhodes, Virginia
  • 3rd place: Madison Sifford, Virginia

Senior Division (ages 18-21 as of January 1)

  • 1st place: Nelson Brooks, North Carolina
  • 2nd place: Montana Heinricher, Washington
  • 3rd place: Nicole Guise, Pennsylvania

Scientific Division

Junior Division (ages 9-13 as of January 1)

  • 1st place: Cait O’Sullivan, New Jersey
  • 2nd place: Lemuel Coltrane, North Carolina
  • 3rd place: Alex Empet, Pennsylvania

Intermediate Division (ages 14-17 as of January 1)

  • 1st place: Clarissa Ulness, Wisconsin
  • 2nd place: William Coltrane, North Carolina
  • 3rd place: Austin Holcomb, Florida

Senior Division (ages 18-21 as of January 1)

  • 1st place: Molly O’Sullivan, New Jersey
  • 2nd place: Brooke Carey, Pennsylvania

State Scrapbook

The state scrapbook contest gives each state the chance to tell the story of activities and events their Junior Holstein associations take part in each year. Six states submitted traditional scrapbooks this year.

  • 1st place: Iowa
  • 2nd place: North Carolina
  • 3rd place: Illinois
  • 4th place: Pennsylvania
  • 5th place: Michigan

Digital State Scrapbook

The Digital Scrapbook division had 5 entries submitted this year. This division is judged on the same criteria as a traditional scrapbook, but entries must be presented on a computer, DVD player, or other digital format.

  • 1st place: Virginia
  • 2nd place: Illinois
  • 3rd place: Washington
  • 4th place: Wisconsin
  • 5th place: New York

State Banner

The state banner competition allows states to creatively showcase their state pride, with eight entries submitted this year, displayed throughout the week at the Convention.

  • 1st place: Michigan
  • 2nd place: Missouri
  • 3rd place: Iowa

Mission Membership

One state is awarded each year for increasing their membership. The honor is calculated on a percentage increase from January 1 to June 1 of the convention year. This year, Wisconsin was presented the plaque.

NHWSO Awards Scholarships

Three Junior Holstein members were awarded scholarships by the National Holstein Women’s Scholarship Organization (NHWSO) during the National Junior Holstein Convention. This year’s recipients were Lora Wright, Missouri, Sarah Thomas, North Carolina and Brock Irwin, Illinois.

New Representatives Elected to Junior Advisory Committee (JAC)

Three new youth area representatives were elected to the National Junior Advisory Committee (JAC) during the National Junior Forum. These youth members were appointed to the Junior Advisory Committee:

  • Area 1 – Todd Allen, Maryland
  • Area 3 – Brock Irwin, Illinois
  • At-Large – Lora Wright, Missouri

The JAC is the governing body of the Junior Association and oversees the organization’s activities. Youth committee members are elected by the Junior membership at the National Junior Forum, and members serve two-year terms.

See the Summer 2019 issue of The Pulse, and visit our website, www.holsteinusa.com, for more coverage of the 2019 National Holstein Convention.

Holstein Association USA, Inc., www.holsteinusa.com, provides products and services to dairy producers to enhance genetics and improve profitability–ranging from registry processing to identification programs to consulting services.

The Association, headquartered in Brattleboro, Vt., maintains the records for Registered Holsteins® and represents approximately 30,000 members throughout the United States.

 

World Forage Analysis Superbowl to Award Record-setting $26,000 in Cash Prizes

The World Forage Analysis Superbowl is now accepting entries for its 36th annual competition, where more than $26,000 in cash prizes will be awarded to the best samples. Top forage producers from across the country will be recognized at the annual Mycogen Seeds Forage Superbowl Luncheon on October 2 during World Dairy Expo at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin.

The contest evaluates lab and visual components in eight forage categories and awards $1,500 to the top individual in each division, with additional cash prizes awarded to second through fifth place. The contest divisions and corresponding sponsors include: Standard Corn Silage, sponsored by Enogen Feed; Brown Midrib Corn Silage, sponsored by Mycogen Seeds; Baleage, sponsored by Agri-King; Commercial Hay, sponsored by NEXGROW Alfalfa; Dairy Hay, sponsored by W-L Research; Alfalfa Haylage, sponsored by Ag-Bag; Mixed Grass Haylage; and Grass Hay.

Awards are also presented to four additional outstanding forage samples. Kemin Animal Nutrition & Health is providing a $2,500 cash award to the Grand Champion Forage Producer, while the Grand Champion First-Time Entrant will receive a $2,000 award from sponsor Kuhn North America, Inc. CROPLAN By WinField and Scherer Inc. support prizes of the Quality Counts Awards for Hay/Haylage and Corn Silage, respectively. The World Forage Analysis Superbowl is also made possible by its General Sponsors: Dairyland Seed, National Hay Association, Passion Ag, Inc., and Scherer Inc., its Dairy Forage Seminar Broadcast Sponsor, Protexia, and its Platinum Sponsor, Mycogen Seeds.

The deadline to submit corn silage samples is July 12; all other entries must be submitted by August 29. Entry forms are available by calling 920-336-4521 or visiting foragesuperbowl.org. Participants receive a detailed laboratory analysis of the entered sample with the $35 entry fee and may submit multiple entries in the contest.

The World Forage Analysis Superbowl is organized in partnership between Dairyland Laboratories, Inc., Hay & Forage Grower, US Dairy Forage Research Center, University of Wisconsin and World Dairy Expo. To learn more, visit Forage Super Bowl.

 

Outstanding Youth Recognized as Distinguished Junior Members

Holstein Association USA recently recognized six finalists as 2019 National Distinguished Junior Members (DJM) at the National Junior Holstein Convention on June 27 in Appleton, Wisconsin. This is the highest honor a Junior Holstein member may receive and is based on outstanding work throughout their dairy project career.

The contest, held since 1922, has honored 374 outstanding dairy youth for their contributions to the Association and the dairy industry as a whole.

The finalists for this year’s competition are Allison Breunig, Sauk City, Wisconsin; Kalista Hodorff, Eden, Wisconsin; Brock Irwin, Belvidere, Illinois; Sarah Thomas, Pittsboro, North Carolina; Taylor Wolfe, Milton, Pennsylvania; and Lora Wright, Verona, Missouri.

(l-r): Sarah Thomas, Taylor Wolfe, Brock Irwin, Kalista Hodorff, Allison Breunig and Lora Wright

Applicants completed two judging phases. Phase one, the Junior’s entry book, is worth 60 percent of the final score. The book highlights the Junior’s Holstein work, activities and projects, breeding program and personal views.

Phase two takes place at the National Junior Holstein Convention, where the twelve semifinalists are interviewed by a second committee. The interview accounts for 40 percent of the final score. The six individuals with the highest combined scores were recognized at the Gala Banquet as Distinguished Junior Member Finalists and receive an annual renewed membership to the Holstein Association.

“The Distinguished Junior Member program is the longest running Holstein youth program. This recognition is coveted by Junior members working with Registered Holsteins across the United States,” Kelli Dunklee, Holstein Association USA & Holstein Foundation Program Specialist states. “These youth leaders excel at what they do each day and are phenomenal individuals in addition to being role models and spokespeople for the dairy industry.”

The Young Distinguished Junior Member (YDJM) Contest selected eight Junior members as finalists and were recognized at the National Junior Holstein Convention. The YDJM winners were judged on similar criteria to the Distinguished Junior Member Contest, but do not complete the interview phase.

The Young Distinguished Junior Members for 2019 are: Caroline Arrowsmith, Peach Bottom, Pennsylvania; Delana Erbsen, Lanark, Illinois; Austin Holcomb, Lithia, Florida; Kylie Konyn, Escondido, California; Brianna Meyer, Chilton, Wisconsin; Ainsley Noble, Lancaster, Wisconsin; Addison Raber, Gridley, Illinois; and Clarissa Ulness, Valders, Wisconsin.

For more information about Holstein Association USA’s youth programs, visit www.holsteinusa.com/juniors.

Holstein Association USA, Inc., www.holsteinusa.com, provides products and services to dairy producers to enhance genetics and improve profitability–ranging from registry processing to identification programs to consulting services.

The Association, headquartered in Brattleboro, Vt., maintains the records for Registered Holsteins® and represents approximately 30,000 members throughout the United States.

 

Wisconsin Farmland Prices Increase Due To Steady Demand, Less Land For Sale

UW Researchers Say Majority Of Landowners Holding Onto Land, Even Those Exiting Dairy Industry

The value of Wisconsin farmland has remained strong over the last five years, according to a new report from University of Wisconsin researchers. 

The study found the average price of Wisconsin farmland was $4,345 per acre in 2018. That’s up 10 percent from 2017 and about 8 percent higher than in 2014.

Simon Jette Nantel, a UW-River Falls professor and one of the study’s authors, said it’s the first year that land values have really increased since milk prices fell almost five years ago.

“(Land values) might have dropped a little bit, especially in 2016 and 2017, after a few years of low income. But in most places, it was relatively steady,” Jette Nantel said. “(The year) 2018 is really the first year where we’re seeing a more significant increase in land value across the state. And that’s a little surprising to a number of people.”

The study is based on tax data from the Wisconsin Department of Revenue on farmland sales of 35 acres or more.

Jette Nantel said the price increase last year could be from more optimism about commodity prices. 

Mark Akers, a rural appraiser in Wisconsin and Illinois, said he thinks outside influences, such as urban sprawl and foreign investors looking to buy farmland, are affecting land prices in some areas of the state.

“I think that’s probably where we’re seeing our little bit of a push up. But there are also large farmers that are doing well even in a tough economy,” Akers said.

He said large farms are generally willing to pay more for land in order to keep expanding. It’s especially a factor on the eastern side of the state where land prices are some of the highest in Wisconsin.

Map courtesy of UW Center for Dairy Profitability

Less farmland on the market could also be giving a boost to land values.

Jette Nantel said there were fewer sales in 2018 despite a significant decline in the number of dairy farms operating in the state.

“They will exit dairy farming, but not exit farming per se,” Jette Nantel said. “They can liquidate the herd and cover any debts they have related to the herd or the dairy equipment. And then they can turn around and they can keep the land and turn to other ag enterprises, whether it’s cropping, renting the land or having some other types of livestock, like beef cattle.”

He said Wisconsin hasn’t seen many farmers forced to put their land on the market because of debt.

But Akers warns that could change in the next year or two because of this year’s tough planting season. 

“We’ve had a very wet spring and there’s land that didn’t get planted and there’s going to be reduced yields. People already on the edge of getting by might be in a position where they’re forced to put their land on the market,” Akers said.

That could have a negative effect on land values, but Akers said he doesn’t anticipate a significant decline.

And Jette Nantel said land prices could actually increase if prices for corn or other commodities start to improve.

 

Source: WPR

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Groups decry bid to reopen troubled Oregon mega-dairy

The new owner of a troubled mega-dairy operation that violated hundreds of environmental rules wants to reopen the facility, drawing fresh opposition from environmental groups.

Washington-state based Easterday Farms requested permission from the Oregon Department of Agriculture earlier this month to house more than 28,000 animals on the site of the now-shuttered Lost Valley Farm, according to the Statesman Journal. Lost Valley opened in April 2017 to supply milk to the nearby Tillamook Cheese factory. State officials allowed the facility to bypass regulatory requirements, citing potential economic benefits it would bring to the area. The dairy was allowed to operate before construction was complete and before submitting an official plan on how to handle millions of gallons of animal waste.

Over the next year and a half, the facility racked up hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines for breaking environmental regulations. More than 30 million gallons of manure awaited cleanup when the farm finally closed in February.

Easterday Farms purchased the operation last spring, and agreed to a cleanup plan with state regulators. Owner Cody Easterday did not respond to the Stateman’s Journal request for comment. It’s unclear how the farm would handle the estimated 173.3 million gallons of solid and liquid manure produced by the cows each year.

Environmental and animal welfare groups decried the prospect of a new mega-dairy, calling on the state’s Department of Agriculture to reject Easterday’s bid to reopen the site.

“The Lost Valley site is still polluted with millions of gallons of waste and has cost hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of taxpayer dollars to bring into compliance with the law,” read a joint statement from groups including the Humane Society and Food & Water Watch. “Allowing a new mega-dairy in an area with existing groundwater pollution, water scarcity, and air quality issues will only exacerbate these public health, economic, and environmental harms.”

If reopened, the facility would become Oregon’s second largest dairy operation. The proposed permit to reopen the site will be open to public comment and a hearing.

Source: The Lewiston Tribune

PETA urges Pennsylvania dairy co-op to rethink ties to supplier

About a dozen animal-welfare activists held signs Thursday in downtown Hagerstown, calling on a local dairy cooperative to rethink its relationship with a milk supplier, alleging neglect and mistreatment of cows at a Pennsylvania farm.

However, an official with Lanco-Pennland, which operates a cheese plant near Hancock, said People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is unfairly attacking the Hagerstown cooperative because it sources a small portion of its supply from the National Farmers Organization.

PETA has made allegations against Reitz Dairy Farms near Shamokin, Pa., an NFO-affiliated farm recently cleared of animal-cruelty charges by Pennsylvania State Police.

“It is unfortunate that PETA is wrongfully attacking Lanco-Pennland for alleged activities of a farmer who is not in any way associated with Lanco or our farmers,” Lanco General Manager Kurt Williams said in a statement.

Lanco received some limited deliveries through NFO last fall, then signed a contract with the cooperative for the 2019 calendar year.

Williams said a small percentage — about 8% — of milk from the NFO contract has gone to its cheese plant this year, but none of that milk has come from the Reitz farm.

“As a vendor, Lanco requires NFO to participate in National Milk’s F.A.R.M. program and abide by all state and federal regulatory guidelines,” he said. “Every load of milk is tested before receiving into the plant.”

The owners of the farm, Lloyd Reitz Sr. and his son, Andrew, were cleared by state police on June 27 after an inspection found no animal-cruelty violations, according to a report published in The Daily Item in Sunbury, Pa., on July 3.

A phone message left at a number listed for the Reitz farm was not immediately returned Thursday. Other media outlets have cited a statement from the farm in the past week, saying its operation is safe, sanitary and complies with industry standards.

NFO spokesman Perry Garner said the Reitz farm has been a member since 2016.

 

In a statement, the NFO said it takes any allegation of improper treatment of animals “very seriously.”

“And we take prompt action to determine the facts of the situation,” the statement said. “Investigations and audits of such allegations are conducted by outside groups whenever possible.”

PETA officials said the investigation into conditions it has documented in its latest eyewitness exposé at the Reitz farm remains open.

Through whistleblower complaints, photos and videos, PETA alleges dairy cows have been beaten, kept in their own waste and denied veterinarian care.

“Cows suffer and die at Reitz Dairy Farms only because the owners profit off of milk that’s meant for their newborn calves,” said Tricia Lebkuecher, a senior campaigner for PETA. “PETA is reminding kind people that the best way to prevent all this suffering is to stop buying cow’s milk and other dairy products and go vegan.”

Source: Herald-Mail Media

Springhill Mentor Jazzy first EX-95 Guernsey in New Program

This morning, Springhill Mentor Jazzy-ET was evaluated by a committee of classifiers and scored EX-95. This is the breed’s first 95-point cow under the new joint appraisal program with Holstein Association USA.  Jazzy is bred and owned by Springhill Holsteins and Guernseys of Big Prairie, Ohio.

End of an era – last dairy operation leaves Powhatan County (Virginia)

An industry that helped shape Powhatan into the community it is breathed its last when the only remaining commercial dairy operating in the county recently moved to a neighboring locality.

After 15 years of operating a dairy in Powhatan County, Tommy Adkins recently made the decision to move his operation of 80-plus cows to Cumberland County and go into partnership with another dairyman, Glen Landis.

Adkins said he loved running a dairy in Powhatan since 2004 but couldn’t deny the benefits of pooling the resources of the two dairies – both in terms of labor and equipment.

“We could use the scale of economies. … He is probably milking 30 or 40 more cows. If you can take 250 cows and spread your costs out over more cows, you’ve got less pennies per cow involved in what each milking unit cost. It really was the only way I saw to be able to stay in the business and make it and him, too,” Adkins said.

While it is good to see Adkins’ dairy continue on, his departure means the end of an industry that was once an essential part of the local economy for decades, said Rachel Henley, a Powhatan County Cooperative Extension agent.

“It is significant because it shows a shift in the agriculture industry as a whole, but then also on the local level, especially when there were so many dairies at one point and it was a way of life and a career that was profitable,” she said.

Powhatan is not abnormal in this change. The dairy farming in Virginia has done the same thing over the last 30 years as the industry saw steady decline, said Robert Harper, a former extension agent.

In addition to the hard work and challenges of running a farm 365 days a year, small commercial dairies then and now hav to compete against a milk glut in the market; low milk prices versus increasing costs of farming, and the competition of alternative dairy products – made from soy, rice, nuts – just to name a few of the factors. There is also the issue of finding successors who want to take on all of that responsibility.

“There are like 500 Grade A dairies in Virginia now. That number is going down all the time and there are economic reasons. It is economics that brought the rise of the family 100-200 cow dairy that milked twice a day. People went into that business and made a good living at it. Then it all changed,” Harper said.

Advent of electricity

Dairy farming in Powhatan saw its heyday arise after the end of World War II, and if a farmer was willing to work hard, he could make a good living for his family, said Bob Cosby, who was a dairy farmer for 45 years.

Before the war, while most local farms would have had cows that produced milk for their families and others around them, the main industry related to dairy cows in Powhatan would have involved Grade B farms, he said. Unlike Grade A farms, which meet fluid grade standards, Grade B milk could only be used in cheese, butter and nonfat dry milk.

Many local farms would have been selling their milk to a cheese factory that was once located in the Village area or skimming the cream off and taking it to a creamery in Farmville, he said. The main hindrances to taking the business much farther was keeping the milk cool during storage and transportation.

“They milked by hand and cooled it in the springs and creek water – whatever they could to keep it cool,” Cosby said.

The turning point for dairy farming in Powhatan was the late 1930s and early 1940s, when efforts were made to bring electricity to the county, said Johns Bailey, a former Powhatan agriculture extension agent. This brought two huge technological advances to the dairy farmers – milking machines using vacuum pumps to do the milking and refrigeration to keep the milk cool.

With these systems, cows could be milked by machines that transferred the milk into refrigerated tanks, he said. The milk went through the entire process of being pasteurized and bottled without touching the air until a customer opens the container of milk.

Census data and how the dairy industry was tracked changed through the years, but the numbers still show some of the evolution, Henley said. In 1944, 220 farms in Powhatan sold dairy products worth $213,506. By 1949, there were 163 farms reporting they sold dairy products, but the income had jumped to $534,925.

By the 1970s, the number of dairies had dropped dramatically, but they seemed to stay steady between 26 and 27 through the census in 1987. Meanwhile, the income from dairy products sold continued to rise – from $2,211,000 in 1974 to $4,675,000 in 1982.

It wasn’t just the dairy farms, which provided good income for many local families, Bailey said. The industry also provided jobs through feed and fertilizer sales, veterinarian care, transportation, processing, and milk and dairy product sales.

“Usually you would say the money generated in a county like Powhatan went through three or four hands,” Bailey said.

Family traditions

Dairy farming changed Cosby’s life in the 1940s and ‘50s. His father, Robert A. Cosby, was raising hogs to sell for meat and doing general farming when a friend suggested starting a dairy. In 1949, he started a Grade B dairy, selling milk in 10-gallon cans to Birtchard Dairy in Amelia to make cheese and ice cream. But by 1952, Robert Cosby’s operation switched to Grade A milk, which brought in more money.

Bob Cosby remembered being in eighth or ninth grade when his father started his dairy. He and his brother, Gabe, would help with the work before and after school.

“I have milked 17 cows by hand and gone to school in this building,” he said, speaking of the Village building, which used to serve as a school. “There wasn’t any way you can get that smell off of you.”

He recalled how the check for the milk would come with the milk truck driver, and when his father got that first $600 milk check for two weeks worth of milk, he was over the moon.

“My brother and I were milking cows and had a few buckets of milk. Daddy was waving that check. He had never gotten that much before and he kicked both of those buckets of milk over,” Cosby said with a laugh.

Cosby went to Virginia Tech to study dairy science and graduated in 1959. He came home and went into business with his father. They were partners until Robert Cosby retired in 1969, at which point Gabe Cosby returned and joined his brother in the business.

Bob Cosby said he was a dairy farmer for 45 years, the last two just waiting for his brother to reach retirement age before they got out of the business together in 2004. That was the same year, Adkins started to rent the dairy operation and part of the farmland.

Cosby said he was fortunate that his family had focused on selling registered cows and breeding stock, because it supplemented his income during his years as a farmer and helped him get really good sale prices when he retired. His cows were sold to operations not only across the United States but in India and Russia.

Owen Walker’s history with dairy farming is similar to Cosby’s story. His father, G.A. Walker, started a Grade A dairy in 1942, also at the encouragement of another dairy farmer in the county. Young Owen was 2 at the time and grew up helping on the farm.

Walker has lived in Powhatan all of his life with the exception of four years at Virginia Tech, two years in the U.S. Army, and two years teaching as a certified vocational agriculture teacher in another locality.

At one point those different avenues represented the direction his life could take – a teacher, a military man or a dairy farmer. But while he did teach for several years at Huguenot Academy after starting up his own dairy farm in 1968, Walker said the farm is where he felt he belonged – “It was in my blood.”

“It was a lot of hard work, but if you managed right, back in those days you could make a good living,” he said. “I basically started on my own and it was tough. Daddy helped. We swapped equipment back and forth.”

Walker recalled the community of dairy farms in Powhatan, including seven within a mile of his house at one point.

Walker’s decision to retire from the dairy business in March 2006 wasn’t difficult, he said. He had four daughters who were interested in the work but found better jobs. He was also already getting into the beef cattle business.

“I was tired,” he said matter-of-factly.

Everything changes

When Bailey came to work as an extension agent in Powhatan in 1970, dairy farming “was the largest agricultural industry that we had in the county.”

“It had dropped some. But for Powhatan not being any larger, that was a pretty large number,” he said. “I would say middle 80s to early 90s, that is when the decline really started. That is when we were really getting the pressure from development from Richmond and milk prices started to decline.”

Farmers were largely outdone by their own efficiency, Cosby said. Breeding techniques and improvements to how they raised the cows led the animals to produce an overabundance of milk – so much so that a glut in the market was making it difficult for farmers to get decent prices.

There were programs that sought to help the situation, including a whole-herd buyout program, Bailey said. Farmers agreed to sell their whole herds for slaughter since simply selling them to another dairy wouldn’t have solved the issue of too much milk on the market.

The number of dairies in Powhatan continued to drop, according to census data. From 27 in 1987, the numbers just kept getting smaller: 16 in 1992; 14 in 1997; 10 in 2002; three in 2007, and one in 2012. That was Adkins.

Adkins started dairy farming 2004 in what he called his very own 40-year-old midlife crisis. At the time, he was the Select Sires representative for all southeastern Virginia. He and his wife, Andrea, wanted to raise their children in a country environment, and Adkins sincerely had a passion for raising cows.

So he took a leap. Cosby had just retired that year, so Adkins rented his dairy operation.

Adkins undertook the challenge at a time many would have called him crazy for doing so. Thousands of struggling small dairy farms across the nation had been selling out or going out of business for decades.

In addition to the hard work and challenges of running a farm 365 days a year, small commercial dairies still had to compete against a milk glut in the market; low milk prices versus increasing costs of farming, and the competition of alternative dairy products.

“I wasn’t scared of that. Anybody in this world that wants to make something or do something gets up at 4 a.m. and works 12 hours. If you want something, you go for it. Scared isn’t the right word. I have had a lot of anxieties over the years about whether it was going to rain or the crop was ever going to come, but I was never really scared about doing it based on what other people told me,” Adkins said.

Through the years, Adkins said he has experienced firsthand the struggles of a dairy with a midsize herd. To be profitable, many operations either have to grow exponentially or severely cut back and cater to the organic crowd.

“We could have sold cow shares. But I wanted to keep farming like I knew. I probably could have cut back to about 10 cows and grossed more money at the end of the year than with 100 cows,” he said.

He also knows he could probably be making more money driving an eight-hour shift in an air-conditioned truck, and not having to deal with the constant pressure of running a farm – although that has been relieved some by having a business partner to share the load.

“It is just not like that. Your heart has to be in it. If it was just the money, I would have quit all the way. I wouldn’t have relocated up here,” he said.

Source:  richmond.com

An Inside Look at Taiwan’s Dairy Industry

One year ago in April, I was invited to give a lecture to a delegation visiting the University of Maryland from Taiwan on dairying in Maryland. This was followed with a farm visit to Glamourview Farm to observe new precision dairy technology. As a result of those interactions, I received an invitation in December of 2018 to visit Taiwan and to lecture on precision dairy farming. Subsequently, my visit included two days of travel and eight days in Taiwan from March 12 to 22.

Not having visited this country previously, I wasn’t sure what to expect. The most arduous part was traveling five hours from Baltimore to San Francisco, and then 14 more hours to Taipei. Once I arrived that evening, Anna Wang, who would be my guide and escort for the trip, along with a colleague, had a friendly wave and sign to greet me. Soon we were checked in to a hotel for a good night’s rest. The Taiwanese were excellent hosts including a detail I had not anticipated at most meals, eating utensils. Chop sticks were standard and I had no skill at using them. But Anna was prepared and provided me with a fork and knife each time when needed.

For reference, Taiwan is located approximately 100 miles from the southeastern coast of China. It is an island country, 245 miles long and 90 miles across at its widest point. Two thirds of the country’s surface consists of mountains with the western part of the country having the flatlands that allow for agriculture and where most of its 23 million people live as well. The climate is subtropical except for the southern tip which is tropical. While I was there, daytime temperature reached the low 70 degrees and thus, it was a perfect time to visit as hot humid summers start in April or May and last until September or October.

The largest animal agricultural industries in Taiwan are swine and chickens with dairy being a smaller segment. Nevertheless, there are 62,000 dairy cows on 550 dairy farms, with an average farm size of only 2.8 acres. The primary breed is Holstein. Over 70% of the domestic production is for fluid milk and surprisingly, the U.S. is the largest exporter of milk to the country followed by New Zealand and France. In visiting the dairy section of grocery stores it was interesting to see “Real California Milk” labels clearly displayed among the selections for fluid milk.

Raw milk prices are much higher in Taiwan as compared to the U.S. According to an October 2018 USDA Foreign Ag Service report, the price per hundredweight ranges from $31.81 in winter to $43.18 in summer. The excellent milk price most likely explains producer interest in new technology for improving management.

The invitation for visiting Taiwan came from the Council of Agriculture of Agriculture which is similar to the USDA. Dairy research is conducted at Livestock Research Institutes. Anna Wang had informed me before I arrived that the country has two Lely robotic milkers. One had been recently installed at the Hsin-Chu Research Branch in January and another at a commercial farm approximately two years ago.

My assignment was to bring three lectures. One was on University of Maryland research on a case study of four dairy producers transitioning to robotic milkers and a second talk was one that Mat Haan, Penn State Extension, graciously shared with me on robots and milk quality. A third talk was on the experience from three years of using the SCR system to monitor rumination and activity at the University of Maryland dairy farm. Most often the audiences wanted to hear about robotic milkers

My lecture circuit started at northern part of the country at the Livestock Research Institute, Hsin-Chu Branch, and then proceeded to the far southern part of the country to the next Livestock Research Institute near Tainan City. The audience at each of these talks consisted of approximately 100 researchers, students, farmers, and allied industry professionals. From Tainan City we continued northward to the National Chung Hsing University which was located in the middle of the country, and ended at the northern tip of the country, National Taiwan University in Taipei. At the universities, the audiences were classes of 60 to 80 students taking a course in dairy management.

In the course of my tour, I was able to visit seven dairy herds: two at research station dairies, three on commercial farms, and two university dairy herds. As I went through these herds I observed both similarities and differences in the facilities and the management practices compared to what I was used to seeing in the U.S. The things that were similar were confinement herds with milking parlors and in most cases management software to track milk production and basic management information. In addition, heat abatement with fans and water sprinklers was universally used. The research herds and one university herd had free-stall housing whereas the commercial herds had open housing with rubber mats for the cows to lay on. The mats were cleaned using high pressure water hoses. According to my escorts, it was common in Taiwan to have open housing with mats.

When I was asked at various times if robotic milking would work in Taiwan, the challenges that I was generally concerned with were the housing conditions. One concern was the sanitation as the cows could lay anywhere and often in manure laden areas. Milk quality, mastitis and lameness were three of my major concerns. Lameness, in particular, was noticeable in these facilities. This was likely due to the hardness of the surface, both in open housing and free stalls. The herds with free stalls had little to no cushion or bedding and very hard surfaces. With robotic milking, cows and udders need to be very clean for the system to perform adequately, and harvest quality milk. In addition, to avoid excessive fetching, the cows need to be healthy and motivated to walk without pain to the robot.

A huge obvious difference in the housing was in the structural integrity of the buildings. Taiwan suffers from cyclones and extremely hot, windy conditions. The posts, girders, and joists of the building were made out of industrial strength steel. No wood was used for support in these buildings.

Forage production is limited in the country and this was reflected in the large volumes of hay stacks that were imported from the U.S. Every farm I was on had a barn full of hay of usually of large square bales. Corn has been slowly introduced to replace rice production but as a rule, corn silage is a small proportion of the forages being fed to the cattle.

I found several other observations intriguing and interesting about the country. One was the vast amount of rice planted throughout the country. Nearly every open field both large and small was planted with rice in neat rows. For transportation, scooters were used widely. At every intersection and street corner, scores of scooters were parked and while traveling scooters with one, two, and sometimes, three people would be riding down the road. Food was interesting as well. Every day, vendors sell food in the street in what are called traditional markets. These usually stretched for a long city block or two. All food stables and many others items were for sale. In some of the smaller cities, I found that sidewalks are not open or non-existent. One had to be careful about walking too close to traffic on the main road. The people, however, were very accommodating and courteous, and I felt safe during my entire visit.

Source: Lancaster Farming

National Brown Swiss Convention was a Tremendous Success!

The National Brown Swiss Convention was held in conjunction with the Ayrshire Association in Buffalo, New York, July 2-5, 2019. The convention had a great turn out with 202 of breeders in attendance, 22 states represented, and 2 countries present. The attendees of the National Convention enjoyed farm and winery tours, spectacular views of Niagara Falls, and the company of fellow breeders and enthusiasts! 

New Board of Directors (Left to Right: Center: Executive Secretary Norman C. Magnussen, starting clockwise: Joy Widerman, Brian Pacheco, Brian Lammers, Marc Wailes, Dan Rieder, Jeff True, President Richard Sparrow, and Phil Heck. *Note: Dennis Worden and Roger Read were not present)

President Richard Sparrow outlined the important topics discussed at the Board meeting. Inter-breed cooperation will be essential going forward in the everchanging dairy industry. We will be reaching out to others for ideas and discussion on these goals. Executive Secretary, Norman Magnussen, stressed the importance of data exchange between breeders, testing associations, CDCB, A.I. companies and the Association. Data in is data out.

Outgoing Directors, Jeff Kennedy, PA and Carol Regusci, CA were honored for their 6 years of service on the Board. New directors Joy Widerman, PA, and Brian Pacheco, CA, were elected for a 3-year term.

One of the highlights of Convention was the Individual Herd and Production Awards. A total of 13 different breeders were presented with these honors. The number of young cows receiving the individual awards were very impressive to go along with the tremendous lifetime production awards! The Brown Swiss Association presented the following awards to:

2018 Living Lifetime Cow Award – ECM (Energy Corrected Milk)

  • Kevin Michalovich, Lakeville, OH

J.P. Eves Trophy

  • Tanner Mashek, Calmar, IA

H.R. Searles Trophy

  • Dennis Mashek, Calmar, IA

Protein Award

  • Dalton Freeman, Bremen, IN

Top ECM Award

  • Dalton Freeman, Bremen, IN

White Cloud Award

  • Dennis Maskek, Calmar, IA

Vernon C. Hull Total Performance Award

  • Voegeli Farm, Inc. & City Slickers, LLC, Monticello, WI

Cow For All Seasons

  • Voegeli Farm, Inc. & City Slickers, LLC, Monticello, WI

Ira Inman PTPR Trophies

  • Larry & Jennifer Meyer, Chilton, WI
  • Nor-Bert Farms, LTD, Bremen, IN
  • Cozy Nook Farm, Waukesha, WI
  • Hills Valley Farm, LLC, Cattaraugus, NY

Progress Genetic Herd Awards

  • Meadow Brook Farms, Manitowoc, WI
  • Loehr Dairy LLC, Mt. Calvary, WI
  • Cozy Nook Farm, Waukesha, WI
  • Double W Farm Dairy, Holyoke, CO

Protein Genetic Herd Awards

  • Travis Kamper, Riverdale, CA
  • Loehr Dairy LLC, Mt. Calvary, WI
  • Cozy Nook Farm, Waukesha, WI
  • Roger & Lori Read & Family, Lyle, MN

The Brown Swiss Association has always emphasized the youth programs. The youth programs are funded by proceeds from the Fun and Silent Auction. We are happy to announce $12,267 was raised at this year’s National Convention. The Junior awards that were presented are as follows:

Bell Ringer Winners

Production and Cheese Yield Award Winner

  • Dalton Freeman, Bremen, IN

Youth Achievement Winner

  • Sarah Lehner, Delaware, OH

Jr. Youth Achievement Winner

National

  • Brianna Meyer, Chilton, WI

Reserve

  • Carter Settles, Clayton, IN

Scholarships

Brown Swiss Association ($1,000 each)

  • Kendra Waldenberger, Spring Grove, MN
  • Eleanor Harrison, Aldie, VA

Howard Voegeli Memorial ($500)

  • Hannah Rhoades, Greenville, OH

Peter & Lynn Vail ($500)

  1. Ryland Nierman, Brownstown, IN

Progressive Brown Swiss Sires ($500)

  • Lauren Almasy, Hubbard, OH

Joseph Miller Memorial ($500)

  • Kiley Henn, Deerfield, WI

2019-2020 National Brown Swiss Ambassadors, Sarah Lehner and Alternate Kaylen Miller.

Brown Swiss Ambassadors

National

Sarah Lehner, Delaware, OH

Alternate

Kaylen Miller, Orangeville, IL

The New York National Brown Swiss Sale was held at the Erie County Fairgrounds in Hamburg, NY. There were 55 lots that averaged $4,573 with the high seller, Cutting Edge D Daria, selling for $13,000! Registered Brown Swiss continue to be in high demand!

People left Convention with an optimistic point of view for the Brown Swiss breed going forward.

 

Low Activity and Lower Markets in Chicago Thursday

On the Chicago Mercantile Exchange milk futures closed lower Thursday while cash trade was mostly inactive. Class III milk gave back some of its recent gains. July fell 2 cents to 17.35, Aug down 6 to 17.69 and our second half months saw losses of 2-6 cents with an average at $17.63/cwt.

The CME spot product trade was much quieter.  Dry whey unchanged at $0.3225.  One trade was made at that price. Blocks unchanged at $1.83. Barrels unchanged at $1.7675.   Butter up $0.0025 at $2.41.  One trade was made at that price. Nonfat dry milk down $0.0075 at $1.03.  Two trades were made at $1.03.

A quality workforce works for your bottom line

Minimizing death rates is one of the top ways to maximize dairy profits, according to a recent financial analysis.1 Lower death rates are generally an indicator of good animal husbandry skills. And overall animal husbandry skills are in the hands of your employees.   

The true cost of death loss

The value of reducing death rates can be significant — $138 per cow per year, or 7 pounds of milk per cow per day.1,* That’s among the findings from a field study by Zoetis and Compeer Financial that analyzed 11 years of herd data from 489 year-end financial and production-record summaries.

Minimizing losses starts with your people

All data in this study point to death rates and net farm income being positively influenced by a well-trained, qualified and invested workforce. It’s true that your people are your greatest asset. They also can be your greatest liability if not properly led, trained or, rather, inspired.

Because managing employees can be one of the most complicated challenges on a dairy, here are a few places to start when looking to improve animal husbandry and minimize death rates:

  • Hire the right people. The people you hire, no matter how qualified, can take your dairy — and death rates — in the wrong direction if their goals and values differ from those of the operation. Prevent that by taking time to evaluate the goals of your operation and your employees. Interview your employees to help you make better hiring decisions. Ask them these questions.
  • Train your workforce on milk quality. The study shows elevated death rates in herds that have elevated somatic cell counts (SCC) — demonstrating both are linked to overall animal husbandry practices. Training on other milk quality practices before, during and after milking can help improve milk quality and animal well-being. For example, employees are trained to look for physical mastitis symptoms, but they should also look for evidence of subclinical mastitis infections.
  • Foster teamwork. A manager who is undertrained and disengaged can contribute to disengaged employees and turnover. A highly engaged team is a more capable team. This team is more capable of getting cows pregnant quickly and efficiently. They are invested in getting high volumes of milk harvested from cows on a regular basis. And they care more about limiting involuntary culling and death losses. Simple changes in people management can create higher employee engagement, improve team performance and increase dairy profitability.

Learn more here about death rates and other Dairy Financial Drivers impacting net herd income.

Cash cows come with age

It’s common to cull older cows while making room for younger ones. You orchestrate this herd turnover to ensure the longevity and productivity of your herd, but could it be hurting your farm’s profitability?

The cost of herd turnover extends beyond the difference between the monetary value of a cull cow and its replacement. You also must factor in the animals’ production potential. First-lactation animals produce 15% less milk than second-lactation cows and 25% less than third-lactation cows.1 When you replace mature cows with younger ones, you can experience production losses.

Zoetis and Compeer Financial identified net herd turnover cost as a major driver of dairy profitability in an analysis of 11 years of herd data, including 489 year-end financial and production-record summaries. Their study found that the difference in profit between the herds with the highest and lowest rates of turnover was 7 pounds of milk per cow per day, and $376 per cow per year.1*

The key to maximizing your herd’s production potential and your profit margins is minimizing your net herd turnover cost. In the financial driver study, the bottom third of dairies analyzed had an average net herd turnover cost of $1.99/cwt, more than double that of the top third of dairies at just $0.91/cwt. If you reduce herd turnover rates and maintain a herd with a higher proportion of aged cows, your milk production levels will increase, resulting in a positive impact on net farm income.

While you work toward reducing herd turnover, how do you still ensure the quality of your herd and the milk they produce?

Monitor and manage SCC Mastitis infections are difficult to diagnose, resulting in problems for cows and their milk production when the infection progresses and symptoms manifest. Individual somatic cell counts (SCC) of 200,000 cells/mL or higher may indicate a subclinical mastitis infection. By routinely monitoring your cows’ SCC data, you can spot mastitis infections before they have the opportunity to affect production. If your cows’ SCC are abnormally elevated, contact your veterinarian to talk about treatment options such as SPECTRAMAST® LC (ceftiofur hydrochloride) Sterile Suspension.**

Focus on fresh cow healthPost-calving infections, such as metritis, pose a serious threat to cows’ milk production and future reproductive potential. Keep cows in your herd longer by treating infection as soon as it occurs. EXCEDE® (ceftiofur crystalline free acid) Sterile Suspension*** is a convenient, two-dose metritis treatment with zero milk discard, allowing a cow to avoid a trip to the hospital pen, which is beneficial for minimizing social stress and exposure to more disease.2

Raise the right cows for your herdIf you want a herd that is going to meet your production and profit goals, you need to stock it with the right animals. Consider genomic testing with CLARIFIDE® Plus to help identify animals with increased risk for costly dairy diseases. This tool can allow you to select for traits that will bring your farm the most profit. Additionally, you can assess calves for production potential and health risks soon after birth, allowing you to make more educated breeding and replacement decisions.

Learn more about how net herd turnover cost or another one of the six dairy financial drivers can impact your farm.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION FOR EXCEDE: People with known hypersensitivity to penicillin or cephalosporins should avoid exposure to EXCEDE. EXCEDE is contraindicated in animals with known allergy to ceftiofur or to the β-lactam group (penicillins and cephalosporins) of antimicrobials. Inadvertent intra-arterial injection is possible and fatal. Do not use in calves to be processed for veal. Pre-slaughter withdrawal time is 13 days following the last dose. See full Prescribing Information.

IMPORTANT DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION FOR SPECTRAMAST LC: SPECTRAMAST LC is intended for use in lactating dairy cattle only with the specified, labeled pathogens. To assure responsible antimicrobial drug use, it is expected that subclinical mastitis will be diagnosed using a positive culture, or other pathogen-specific test, in addition to any other, appropriate veterinary medical evaluation prior to treatment.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION FOR SPECTRAMAST LC: People with known hypersensitivity to penicillin or cephalosporins should avoid exposure to SPECTRAMAST LC. Product requires a 72-hour milk discard period and a 2-day pre-slaughter withdrawal period following the last treatment. Use of this product in a manner other than indicated on the label, or failure to adhere to proper milk discard period, will result in violative residues. See full Prescribing Information.

 

Willie Nelson brings Farm Aid 2019 to Wisconsin’s dairy land

Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Neil Young and Dave Matthews will headline Farm Aid 2019 when the music and food festival visits Wisconsin’s struggling dairy country in September.

Tickets go on sale Friday for the Sept. 21 event at the Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, about 30 miles (50 kilometers) southwest of Milwaukee.

Farm Aid said in Tuesday’s announcement that the U.S. farming economy this year resembles how things were when Nelson founded Farm Aid in 1985.

“With devastating weather, low prices and harmful farm and trade policies, America’s family farmers are facing immense challenges to hold on to their farms. It’s not right . family farmers are essential for all of us,” Nelson said in a statement.

Wisconsin, which bills itself as “America’s Dairyland,” is the No. 2 milk producing state behind California, and is known particularly for its cheese. Farm Aid spokeswoman Jennifer Fahey told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that the choice of Wisconsin was partly a response to the state’s dairy crisis.

Nearly half of the $88 billion that Wisconsin agriculture contributes to the state economy comes from dairy farms, the newspaper said. But since 2014, milk prices for farmers have fallen nearly 40% due to overproduction and failing export markets. The state’s dairy herds are down 40% from a decade earlier, and Wisconsin has led the country in farm bankruptcies for three straight years. The state lost almost 700 dairy farms last year and more than 300 so far this year.

Farm Aid has raised $57 million to support family farms since 1985.

Other performers in September will include Bonnie Raitt, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Margo Price, Jamey Johnson, Tanya Tucker, Brothers Osborne, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Yola, and Particle Kid.

Source: ABC News

Rabobank says global dairy prices have peaked, putting pressure on dairy companies’ farmgate milk price

THE peak in the global dairy market appears to be over for this year, putting pressure on Australian dairy companies’ opening farmgate milk prices for the new season.

The Global Dairy Trade price index fell 0.4 per cent last week to $US3302 a tonne — the fourth consecutive fortnightly decline.

In its Agribusiness Monthly report released last week, Rabobank said the weakness in the dairy commodity market was not unsurprising.

“Large importers have accumulated short-term inventory cover following an aggressive period of buying activity,” the report said.

“At the same time, the northern hemisphere milk production season, while underwhelming, has now peaked.

“While the global fundamentals are supportive of elevated commodity prices, Rabobank is suggesting that the peak in the cycle has now passed.”

Rabobank has reiterated its expectation of an Australian milk price of $6.60/kg of milk solids, a price well below what large and smaller dairy processors are offering in Australia.

Rabobank senior analyst Michael Harvey said the discrepancy in prices was a function of local competition for anticipated smaller supplies of milk and the markets processors supplied.

“Processor margins are lower in terms of their earnings and gross margins on volumes of products they are producing are lower and that’s because they are paying more out in milk price,” Mr Harvey said.

“You can look at some companies and their milk pricing and rationalise that because you know their product mix is skewed more towards a high value domestic market or less commodity in their mix.

“There is a reminder, though, that a big volume of milk is sold into the commodity markets and the way we model it, that is only going to deliver $6.60/kg.”

Mr Harvey said that while markets had peaked, it could readily change.

“Production in the US is a bit lower than what we were modelling for because there are now some feed price pressures there,” he said.

“If weather has an impact on the New Zealand season next season and that is less than expected, then we could see a quicker recovery in (global) prices.”

Mr Harvey said irrigation farmers in Victoria’s north would continue to suffer from high water prices, with Rabobank expecting milk production in the region to decline by about 5 per cent.

Production in Gippsland and the Western District might help offset the decline in northern Victoria, but it would take some years to fully recover from the downturn.

“If you are heavily reliant on water or heavily reliant on buying in feed, that will have some margin pressure,” he said.

“Even if things shape up reasonably well in those regions that might fare better, it is still going to be a multi-year recovery.”

 

Source: The Weekly Times

A Rising Star – Long-P daughter Wins Grand Champion at Luxemburg’s National Show

M.E. Dal Long P Dandy 6265, a Long-P daughter was named Grand Champion of Luxemburg’s National Show shown by Rising Star Holsteins, Hupperdange. Rising Star also paraded the Junior Champion, Bella 9664 (a Sid from Jacobs Goldwyn Britany) while the Senior Champion title went to OVH Hetty 31 (Jetlag-TJames), shown by Oranias Vaessen Holstein, Vianden. 

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HO840003206963783WELCOME GOTHEM 4206-ETSelect201905019.96190205752.589.53.62.31.832.440.900.00714.14.02846
HO840003200824238PEAK GLDLF LWSON 81595-ETAlta201812309.47084208733.006.53.04.21.922.270.580.48712.42.82845
HO840003205436054PEAK ECHO TMBRLK 81984-ETAlta201906059.76480213722.817.63.32.32.192.722.08-0.87692.64.92845
HO840003206289405Select201905059.863106239742.737.63.92.31.241.831.46-0.66713.84.32845
HO840003151767937ABS201904239.28192237752.876.31.32.52.031.720.910.10723.13.72844
HO840003148280056AARDEMA 6762Select201904148.75579187752.519.74.84.01.292.101.40-0.24713.94.92843
HO840003204457322OCD LEGACY SAX-ETSelect201905239.76396216742.628.23.42.01.572.480.97-0.16713.94.22843
HO840003207410294GenVis201905019.26198209752.625.92.43.61.591.871.410.90714.14.32843
HO840003203292395Select2019051810.050103217742.558.54.63.21.151.771.47-0.49713.93.92842
HO840003206145011BLUMENFELD RIVETING 6736-ETSelect201905119.26496215742.617.12.52.91.252.041.540.24713.94.42842
HO840003132354327GENOSOURCE RESTRICTION-ETGeneSeek201906039.461104215732.556.92.82.51.801.801.200.24704.74.02840
HO840003143986469SIEMERS LY ROZBEAU 31500-ETSelect201905189.857102223752.579.34.23.11.261.660.70-0.84714.53.82840
HO840003146619099SexTech201905069.67372183752.597.01.43.12.222.221.531.32723.64.42840
HO840003202157396TTM AMPLIFY 59-ETABS201905099.357112225742.498.84.62.50.671.191.020.53713.12.62840
HO840003202768405AOT 1223Select201906019.66183190752.528.74.12.02.012.511.400.46723.73.52840
HO840003203292387T-SPRUCE 1233Select201905019.171106227742.826.31.72.32.021.670.950.86712.74.02840
HO840003204165252DENOVO SAIGE 16014-ETABS201905269.663105232742.657.23.02.81.431.950.31-0.29713.74.02840
HO840003205610121SSI-PRESTON 206Select201905089.54780169742.498.84.24.51.602.141.530.63703.32.82840
HO840003206094013ABS2019052310.070112243792.646.43.11.61.481.740.750.19784.45.22840
HO840003206219041LEANINGHOUSE TITAN 27017-ETHO201905139.86181193752.747.83.43.31.952.331.790.60713.33.92840
HO840003146619237STGEN NASHVILLE 86175-ETSexTech201905228.958104224752.587.83.73.80.761.131.31-0.55703.03.72839
HO840003202070824TJR NASHVILLE 43233-ETGeneSeek201905249.454100218722.738.63.53.02.031.881.67-0.83704.44.82839
HO840003202157402TTM LAWSON 65-ETAlta201905279.36398223732.528.53.92.91.181.670.680.51704.64.52839
HO840003150687405PINE-TREE 7716 KENOB 521-ETABS201905218.962121261752.626.92.82.01.251.500.56-0.01714.55.02838
HO840003202074842REGAN-DANHOF C 13177-ETSemex2019050810.05188192752.697.02.93.12.383.251.360.21724.95.62838
HO840003204165156DENOVO KENOBI 15918-ETABS201905019.388104255752.886.42.22.81.000.960.270.40713.63.52838
HO840003204165179DENOVO GLITZ 15941ABS2019051010.06286205752.698.74.23.71.191.951.150.00723.53.72838
HO840003204988636TERRA-LINDA ROME 10384-ETSelect201905069.371107251752.697.71.72.81.091.410.60-0.60724.64.12838
HO840003205251561Select201904309.07096235752.548.32.92.31.261.700.80-0.35715.14.22838
HO840003205704031MELARRY Y223Select201905129.665120255752.458.13.71.70.701.350.30-0.42715.44.72838
HO840003206191668ABS201905159.962104222742.587.63.22.61.161.521.170.32722.53.72838
HO840003150687406PINE-TREE 28779 LEGA 522-ETSelect201905229.359107237742.746.72.43.11.221.880.90-0.41703.02.72837
HO840003150910959SSI-LARSON 1223Select201905279.87682203742.857.32.32.72.302.151.611.36705.14.42837
HO840003204988619TERRA-CALROY THITI 10367-ETSelect201904139.96983219752.747.93.33.31.512.070.72-1.01722.83.92837
HO840003205436399PEAK PLRS CHLNGR 62279-ETAlta2019041310.368101238732.777.93.51.91.802.080.02-0.67722.62.92837
HO840003206963386SYNERGY 6958-ETAlta201904309.25994212732.827.94.43.81.771.551.52-0.11713.63.82837
HO840003143986430SIEMERS LCY PARADE 31461-ETSelect201905119.26784203742.657.52.83.01.502.121.67-0.40713.83.62836
HO840003205068718HENDEL 758Select201905199.56985198742.675.92.64.31.631.421.330.81713.33.92836
HO840003206349398OCD RIVETING JIFFY-ETSelect201905209.25779184752.808.55.43.42.022.471.63-0.51713.03.12836
HO840003148280069AARDEMA KEMPSON-ETSelect201904239.372115247742.816.20.70.52.032.101.470.39713.73.52835
HO840003206709228ABS201905029.456108232742.737.12.11.81.912.441.54-0.59723.84.22835
HO840003150910957SSI-LARSON 1221Select201905169.36694218742.508.01.73.21.271.540.96-0.10704.63.42834
HO840003151767932ABS201904218.56985214752.677.03.32.51.962.300.840.27723.35.52834
HO840003203292365ABS201903249.978113258742.926.13.61.31.621.191.540.24723.74.42834
HO840003206191685ABS201905199.755121241752.827.63.61.71.631.971.53-0.18724.44.52834
HO840003201118973CHERRYPENCOL REPORTER-ETSelect2019050910.05998213752.648.13.93.21.331.651.110.63724.03.52833
HO840003204165250DENOVO DIVERSITY 16012-ETABS201905269.660101218742.777.73.12.31.951.931.69-0.18703.82.92833
HO840003206205565SSI-DUCKETT 10639Select201905129.561109233742.607.34.12.71.011.440.930.14713.94.22833
HO840003146619243STGEN NASHVILLE 86181-ETSexTech201905239.76699236752.907.83.32.71.462.031.67-0.91714.75.42832
HO840003151643561MR OCD ROME RAYMOND-ETSelect201905039.64084176762.638.83.75.11.742.291.38-0.59733.12.92832
HO840003206145038BLUMENFELD LEGACY 6763-ETSelect201905319.174106244742.806.41.51.31.812.031.02-0.29703.44.12832
HO840003005587098Select201905309.46477194742.518.54.52.61.682.231.490.07704.63.92831
HO840003205251614Select201905269.660104228752.667.33.52.21.601.741.50-0.02713.73.62831
HO840003206094022GeneSeek201905299.65797218732.718.45.42.41.352.380.67-0.48702.93.22831
HO840003200122665COOKIECUTTER POSITIVE 12785-ESemex201905249.079115272762.954.40.01.41.962.130.83-0.30744.96.22830
HO840003202070844GENOSOURCE JOSUPER 43243-ETGeneSeek201905279.57592202762.687.23.01.92.261.990.411.86764.14.42830
HO840003204165159DENOVO KENOBI 15921-ETABS201905039.16765170772.717.83.03.22.322.501.790.95742.43.92830
HO840003148929349SANDY-VALLEY EMPEROR-ETSelect201904309.867105236742.657.33.12.31.641.421.16-0.35715.24.92829
HO840003151767964JOOK RIVETING 19946-ETHO201905069.46380201752.597.62.02.52.052.601.50-0.23714.04.22829
HO840003204165184DENOVO ENTITY 15946-ETABS201905169.055118234752.648.35.12.10.991.261.37-0.41713.63.62829
HO840003205435981PEAK C4740 FLLMRKS 81911-ETAlta201905169.17080201722.726.62.72.82.201.951.950.44703.84.62829
HO840003132354321GENOSOURCE NSHVILE 80487-ETGeneSeek201905239.16099207732.717.93.62.31.751.821.670.47712.84.42828
HO840003206219076LEANINGHOUSE TITAN 27052-ETHO2019053110.45666157752.708.34.94.12.082.751.461.31723.33.92828
HO840003146619020STGEN DEDICATE 85958-ETSexTech201904299.86685216762.728.03.42.21.782.760.72-1.02733.15.52827
HO840003146619308T-GEN-AC 86246-ETSexTech2019052710.17284211762.867.11.73.41.912.430.490.12733.74.92827
HO840003205704070GeneSeek201905239.067106239722.787.63.63.50.820.821.25-0.17693.83.12827
HO840003206145031BLUMENFELD ROME 6756-ETSelect201905269.265121247752.657.02.31.81.591.180.690.40714.63.82827
HO840003206349295OCD RENEGADE RAYBAN-ETSelect201905019.869104240752.745.91.52.51.781.671.330.19744.65.62827
HO840003206709245WINSTAR 2496Select201905099.964106235742.915.42.12.62.241.941.540.34734.35.42827
HO840003146619162STGEN NASHVILLE 86100-ETSexTech201905159.57168188752.668.54.42.91.842.061.400.32723.42.72826
HO840003149934613PLAIN-KNOLL LEGACY 10905-ETSelect201905109.75475171742.549.55.03.31.772.401.880.55715.33.82826
HO840003205027287ABS201905229.559108222742.517.01.71.51.531.911.460.62713.13.42826
HO840003202070784FARNEAR JUDSON-ETGeneSeek201904159.971102251732.787.42.82.31.501.311.02-1.25713.63.82825
HO840003202070834TJR RODERICK-ETGeneSeek201905258.863112242722.828.23.91.81.661.691.26-0.56705.05.22825
HO840003204165148DENOVO GLITZ 15910-ETABS201904299.676113261753.016.33.52.41.191.460.340.09713.94.02825
HO840003205703980GeneSeek201905218.96988217722.808.02.52.71.541.951.67-0.21693.25.12825
HO840003200787665MORNINGVIEW HUEY 535-ETSelect201905139.75691203742.607.82.12.91.942.011.77-0.20713.74.12824
HO840003204457238MR OCD LEGACY RADON-ETSelect201905089.54793204752.638.53.73.61.312.341.31-1.18723.04.02824
HO840003146619247STGEN NASHVILLE 86185-ETSexTech201905239.16095215762.917.83.62.61.961.842.17-0.27722.64.42823
HO840003148280101ABS201905189.36192213752.697.34.11.92.032.381.360.39713.55.12823
HO840003149934617PLAIN-KNOLL LEGACY 10909-ETSelect201905148.97284212742.467.93.41.71.562.000.810.47714.13.62823
HO840003204326937WET RENEGADE PRIAM-ETSelect201905159.560106228742.757.03.20.82.332.551.67-0.45714.94.82823
HO840003206963395SYNERGY 6967-ETAlta2019051110.36297218732.677.43.91.41.712.301.460.37722.85.02823
HO840003201895124DYKSTRA 31493-ETGenex201905279.86481190732.518.34.53.01.621.851.100.64703.94.92822
HO840003150910954LARSON 1218Select201905049.36587205752.768.45.43.21.591.701.15-0.58714.24.62821
HO840003204457215OCD OPTION LARRY-ETSemex201905048.65772175752.757.42.93.42.422.701.900.64732.94.02821
HO840003206205641SSI-DUCKETT 10715Select201905289.37094217742.666.54.21.71.691.891.360.54713.64.72821
HO840003204165187DENOVO ENTITY 15949-ETABS201905189.256131257742.717.15.11.80.790.720.950.14712.02.72820
HO840003149143267BOMAZ 90076-ETZoetis201904199.580103244752.867.02.81.21.371.880.86-0.26724.24.32819
HO840003202074844REGAN-DANHOF C 13179-ETSemex201905099.950102206752.717.22.22.12.203.290.90-0.45725.34.62819
HO840003204165165DENOVO AMPLIFY 15927-ETABS201905069.252108220742.529.26.72.61.040.781.180.68712.92.92819
HO840003206709270ABS201905238.954100232752.927.22.62.41.612.781.39-1.09732.33.92819
HO840003143986532SIEMERS AZT ROZITY 31563-ETSelect201906029.56087203752.738.94.54.21.361.670.40-0.07733.33.72818
HO840003206963805WELCOME D 4228-ETSelect201905259.27196241752.697.42.71.71.221.901.30-0.60724.43.62818
HO840003202074801REGAN-DANHOF SW 13136-ETABS201904059.972102243752.855.00.51.32.122.441.25-0.27724.03.82817
HO840003206864775Zoetis2019051110.157132252762.835.22.11.12.041.341.840.84753.74.02817
HO840003206963782WELCOME-TEL HAL 4205-ETSelect201904309.359101207752.727.62.73.21.921.591.070.97723.85.12817
HO840003146625727SexTech2019031510.06588216762.767.32.22.51.942.540.77-0.15743.25.22816
HO840003150687401PINE-TREE 7445 NOBLE 517-ETABS201905119.55389191752.766.54.74.01.862.171.130.18723.43.82816
HO840003151643573OCD LEGACY RICK-ETSelect201905079.54394189742.509.44.83.21.482.311.28-0.03704.54.22816
HO840003203292396Select201905159.660102218742.517.72.51.02.072.261.08-0.05714.34.32816
HO840003204165227DENOVO DIVERSITY 15989-ETABS201905219.353112229742.586.82.82.01.701.830.87-0.06713.42.92816
HO840003143986369SIEMERS LGY ROZEST 31400-ETSelect201904269.85595223752.699.24.43.11.372.200.74-1.62725.25.32815
HO840003148280096ABS201905158.96695225752.767.23.12.21.492.051.550.36714.24.92815
HO840003150687391PINE-TREE 37125 RENE 507-ETSelect201905059.765106240742.975.63.72.41.681.541.95-0.52723.24.12815
HO840003204988638TERRA-CALROY THITI 10386-ETSelect201905079.87999240742.896.11.30.72.492.051.61-0.04714.84.72815
HO840003205436777PEAK CROWN MLKTM 4307-ETAlta201905229.593114280732.626.00.30.41.120.870.50-0.11715.05.32815
HO840003204165239DENOVO ENTITY 16001-ETABS201905198.66998226742.598.23.82.31.101.220.80-0.34713.73.22814
HO840003148918978BUTZ-HILL LINX-ETGeneSeek201905269.569117260722.787.13.21.01.381.331.02-0.85693.63.62813
HO840003200059589GeneSeek201809269.14898201742.718.34.64.41.531.330.99-0.11722.64.02813
HO840003200122653Select201904309.057107220752.676.21.31.22.242.421.580.53733.73.62813
HO840003206709256WINSTAR RIVETING 2507-ETGenVis201905149.26293213752.837.12.52.81.912.331.05-0.04703.64.32813
HO840003143097129CLAYTOP 630-ETHO201905239.97685225742.716.61.72.21.871.931.37-0.31714.65.02812
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HO840003199699665WELCOME HAMMER 4199-ETSelect201904249.249102215742.558.04.72.61.211.811.37-0.57713.63.42811
HO840003201859934Select201904279.77570187742.826.33.63.01.852.391.020.67732.52.52811
HO840003205435978PEAK SANSA HOTJB 81908-ETAlta201905159.34591184722.597.83.81.42.563.261.910.09694.53.92811
HO840003206349332OCD 49042Select201905079.36799217742.815.91.21.52.502.201.800.67714.44.32811
HO840003202789492GenVis2019043010.06095206752.717.32.33.21.691.930.520.11712.53.22810
HO840003205436437PEAK MRGLD CHLNGR 62317-ETAlta201904299.85674187732.739.63.64.41.632.330.35-0.55702.93.22810
HO840003150910949SSI-LARSON 1213Select201905029.265105223742.575.73.42.01.611.141.421.23713.24.52809
HO840003201895129DYKSTRA 31498-ETGenex201905298.94687185732.758.54.23.81.532.221.89-0.53712.23.62809
HO840003205436032PEAK NPLTN FLLMRKS 81962-ETAlta201905289.86072163722.697.32.13.32.352.471.620.82702.32.62809
HO840003206963365SYNERGY 6937-ETSelect201904159.07590225742.777.62.92.41.201.680.75-0.04713.03.72809
HO840003132354444GeneSeek201905169.26779206722.648.54.33.30.981.601.42-0.62693.14.82808
HO840003203347104GeneSeek201905319.26296200762.538.74.92.21.521.660.370.48743.93.72808
HO840003204165163DENOVO BILLY 15925-ETABS201905049.17795240752.737.12.62.50.991.280.760.30713.73.72808
HO840003205704030MELARRY Y222Select201905129.36494221752.548.23.52.01.301.871.23-0.40715.44.62808
HO840003150687399PINE-TREE 5976 LEGAC 515-ETSelect201905129.25797231762.559.86.62.40.651.580.91-1.41724.55.32807
HO840003200122671IDEAL 12791Select2019053110.15495198752.657.93.31.91.952.221.730.18723.32.92807
HO840003202070845GENOSOURCE JOSUPER 43244-ETGeneSeek201905279.38295237762.807.12.82.01.601.470.17-0.15764.34.22807
HO840003204165182DENOVO ENTITY 15944-ETABS201905159.459108232742.856.93.92.11.251.831.49-0.45712.63.52807
HO840003205251616Select201905269.560101228752.657.14.31.81.581.631.31-0.52713.22.92807
HO840003205704020SSI-TOG Y207Select201904309.64888193752.349.04.43.21.271.911.370.17725.34.92807
HO840003206349353OCD DELUXE SOLDIER-ETSelect201905119.97687229752.648.03.11.61.742.050.35-0.52734.85.42807
HO840003207146458ABS201905249.57682221762.887.41.82.11.732.211.01-0.27742.52.72807
HO840003132354441GeneSeek201905149.26680215752.658.24.23.60.931.910.28-0.90733.33.52806
HO840003202070783FARNEAR JUSTICE-ETGeneSeek2019041510.268110256732.838.02.91.61.381.270.92-1.06712.74.02806
HO840003204165034DENOVO KENOBI 15796-ETABS2019032210.073105247752.805.91.82.61.161.310.690.07723.33.62806
HO840003204165161DENOVO KENOBI 15923-ETABS201905039.06276176772.667.02.62.22.352.731.321.72742.53.02806
HO840003206094018GeneSeek201905259.68179225752.736.91.32.41.911.650.600.00732.83.52806
HO840003208409977TRIFECTA M 40003-ETSelect201904149.46484205742.838.75.83.01.411.711.24-0.26712.63.72806
HO840003146619117STGEN NASHVILLE 86055-ETSexTech201905089.06090211762.837.94.32.41.552.141.87-0.11733.24.42805
HO840003205425334UNITED PRIDE 81764-ETGenex201905269.07398240742.767.02.10.91.671.911.28-0.74733.23.62805
HO840003151790912PENN-ENGLAND MARGE 1489A-ETSelect201905269.45995207742.717.43.31.82.021.951.90-0.20713.52.92804
HO840003206963785WELCOME GROWER 4208-ETSelect201905079.16194207752.588.33.62.31.811.780.870.27714.64.22804
HO840003200122669IDEAL 12789Select201905309.15290185742.517.43.02.81.602.401.160.52713.73.92803
HO840003202074826REGAN-DANHOF R 13161-ETHO201904249.655105218742.637.11.83.41.091.401.21-0.13713.12.92803
HO840003203347123GeneSeek201906059.5103101273772.756.60.70.01.460.86-0.07-0.25763.84.02803
HO840003206205642SSI-DUCKETT 10716Select201905288.550102201742.477.03.62.71.461.681.380.67703.64.02803
HO840003133032641ABS201904289.06587219742.777.74.62.80.971.552.01-0.68703.23.72802
HO840003148918964GeneSeek201905078.75978198722.739.74.94.41.061.600.93-0.89693.14.52802
HO840003203292389Select201905029.062108237752.696.53.11.61.282.010.86-0.80723.54.02802
HO840003204988660TERRA-LINDA ROME 10408-ETSelect201905179.76599239752.727.02.32.91.211.650.90-1.03724.34.82802
HO840003205436505PEAK PLRS MLKTM 62385-ETAlta201905279.49297247742.785.90.51.81.671.36-0.560.12733.94.12802
HO840003206191616ABS201905099.360112232742.706.92.32.21.021.491.350.35703.23.62802
HO840003151643622OCD CANDOR TIGERSelect201905249.957113216752.836.72.61.41.962.451.170.71734.73.62801
HO840003205436007PEAK ZNNIA DATLN 81937-ETAlta201905229.76082189722.676.51.92.52.352.501.681.02693.84.42801
HO840003206349403OCD 49113Select201905219.55084195752.787.94.22.92.192.202.14-0.73713.12.72801
HO840003206709243WINSTAR LIONEL 2494-ETSelect201905089.266129271742.686.42.30.11.391.461.05-0.68715.14.32801
HO840003146619196ROSYLANE-LLC 86134-ETSexTech201905189.17898233752.877.33.22.61.060.991.190.02704.24.22800
HO840003200815661TERRA-CALROY JACK 9172-ETSelect201905089.668104230742.796.51.61.61.842.011.220.44714.94.52800
HO840003204165146DENOVO GLITZ 15908-ETABS201904299.57893241753.026.22.51.81.841.781.06-0.26712.82.42800
HO840003204988639TERRA-LINDA TAHITI 10387-ETSelect201905079.96192209752.747.52.71.91.982.291.53-0.47723.54.42800
HO840003205436475PEAK CHRLE MLKTM 62355-ETAlta201905179.682100239732.646.91.00.61.631.670.510.38733.84.32800
HO840003148929356ABS201905269.06687218752.796.72.11.91.842.501.41-0.42743.44.22799
HO840003151707863TRAMILDA 1994Select201905259.67293213752.667.82.62.11.451.511.240.63714.54.62799
HO840003151790914PENN-ENGLAND BARB 1491ASelect201906069.152111214742.935.61.62.72.242.281.450.81714.33.62799
HO840003204988672TERRA-LINDA ROME 10420-ETSelect201905229.45696211752.546.91.61.71.792.371.74-0.12724.44.12799
HO840003206205615SSI-DUCKETT 10689Select201905259.16471171742.707.83.73.31.922.101.610.90713.33.62799
HO840003206950492ABS201905058.957102205752.537.02.42.41.741.710.831.26713.74.72799
HO840003146619155STGEN NASHVILLE 86093-ETSexTech201905149.46187201752.667.82.72.31.642.361.100.05713.04.62798
HO840003206963341SYNERGY 6913-ETSelect201903279.674110249742.835.61.81.21.621.461.150.25733.44.22798
HO840003206963367SYNERGY 6939-ETAlta201904159.37177202732.757.21.72.71.532.251.09-0.04702.33.02798
HO840003146619234STGEN NASHVILLE 86172-ETSexTech201905229.45790207752.608.34.03.31.301.741.01-0.14714.35.32797
HO840003148929326SANDY VALLEY 3941-ETAlta201903058.94986192722.587.54.13.51.641.801.520.15702.33.82797
HO840003201859890OCD 48927Select201904209.346103211752.737.83.83.21.571.971.26-0.67724.23.52797
HO840003205435997PEAK MADEN TMBRLK 81927-ETAlta201905209.66686209722.757.02.04.21.281.270.900.01692.33.62797
HO840003204457263Select201905129.56193209752.757.94.12.61.671.801.08-0.26723.84.32796
HO840003206094023ABS201905309.356105222752.846.23.51.61.772.760.930.14723.54.12796
HO840003206190961ABS201904269.85865175752.679.03.44.61.552.330.51-0.49722.73.12796
HO840003206205638SSI-DUCKETT 10712Select201905289.25187173742.647.23.64.31.271.671.850.65703.33.12796
HO840003206709262ABS201905169.752132251742.685.70.70.71.831.881.28-0.02724.04.12796
HO840003146619026SexTech201904299.76656166752.758.34.44.51.822.290.880.16723.43.62795
HO840003146625775STGEN NASHVILLE 92713SexTech201904089.87092216752.706.82.61.91.781.501.540.13713.83.42795
HO840003205435968PEAK STRGZ LWSON 81898-ETAlta201905139.151111214722.807.02.63.01.772.060.700.80704.54.82795
HO840003206094000ABS201905099.36496241762.698.11.82.11.171.860.71-1.46742.73.02795
HO840003206963352SYNERGY 6924-ETSelect201904089.67073196742.718.02.42.51.532.221.60-0.13713.24.02795
HO840003146619084SexTech201905059.56086202762.726.62.72.72.052.131.27-0.18733.22.82794
HO840003201829444ABS201904199.06698234752.807.42.52.91.151.730.23-0.40713.03.82794
HO840003204165145DENOVO GLITZ 15907-ETABS2019042810.16281195752.817.13.83.31.771.981.150.91722.73.02794
HO840003205704048GeneSeek201906039.066105249732.987.32.41.81.611.731.69-1.49704.34.22794
HO840003206191640ABS2019051210.15379179752.666.63.54.11.692.261.560.68724.24.52794
HO840003206205618SSI-DUCKETT 10692Select201905259.46685192742.737.53.42.51.882.051.090.73713.64.62794
HO840003146619126STGEN STELLAR 86064-ETSexTech201905109.16499216752.896.91.81.82.012.141.360.30732.74.12793
HO840003148929353SANDY-VALLEY 3968Select201905049.84989196762.698.54.73.11.342.211.95-0.59734.64.82793
HO840003206219040LEANINGHOUSE TMBLK 27016-ETHO201905129.58351187752.818.51.83.11.832.520.82-0.74723.13.62793
HO840003200122667IDEAL 12787Select201905269.84298187752.877.14.23.32.202.392.050.33733.85.42792
HO840003200270288LADYS-MANOR 1069-ETSelect201905108.86794216752.805.92.32.41.752.040.670.16722.82.92792
HO840003204457270OCD LEGACY SORBET-ETSelect201905149.15796212742.558.23.81.91.272.071.10-0.22714.14.32792
HO840003205611040KINGR 10920Select201904269.55271180752.668.95.23.71.782.051.58-0.61713.13.22792
HO840003206191632ABS201905118.96299215752.906.91.72.81.852.160.750.48723.54.62792
HO840003206205630SSI-DUCKETT 10704Select201905279.37085218742.727.40.92.91.701.611.42-0.52714.34.92792
HO840003206349382OCD 49092Select201905169.75673190742.508.73.53.81.142.391.10-0.39715.45.12792
HO840003206365680FURNACE-HILL KBI LAUNCH-ETHO201904309.37493224762.647.12.90.91.772.020.580.61743.85.22792
HO840003143097130CLAYTOP 631-ETHO201905268.66887213742.717.21.01.12.342.631.51-0.08704.55.32791
HO840003202074857REGANCREST RVTNG 13192-ETSelect201905159.55189181742.527.63.03.11.661.801.100.80701.92.22791
HO840003208013801Select201905129.85890206752.727.74.11.71.662.401.84-0.54724.33.72791
HO840003205068716HENDEL 756Select201905089.77097231742.765.80.41.81.681.991.30-0.20713.83.52790
HO840003208409975TRIFECTA M 40001-ETSelect201904289.76177196742.767.82.02.32.212.831.61-0.56714.54.42790
HO840003202157401TTM LAWSON 64-ETAlta201905249.047109218722.727.45.22.81.321.600.600.50702.32.42789
HO840003203819723K-MANOR HUEY-620GenVis201905089.26373181752.497.32.01.62.072.711.410.21722.73.42789
HO840003204165218DENOVO AMPLIFY 15980-ETABS201905059.849119240742.667.75.62.20.691.081.02-0.09712.53.22789
HO840003204988612TERRA-CALROY KNOBI 10360-ETABS201904289.16675196752.607.93.03.01.522.080.85-0.25723.64.52789
HO840003205251626Select201905309.16884208742.467.72.21.41.711.990.900.71713.44.52789
HO840003206094002GeneSeek201905129.859104245752.767.44.73.20.571.020.68-1.16711.93.22789
HO840003206349407OCD 49117Select201905239.25588202742.628.34.93.01.731.841.34-0.45715.85.82789
HOUSA000144776382WA-DEL REDROCK LEO-ETSemex201904089.661107234752.776.83.31.21.522.131.34-0.38724.94.22789
HO840003146619199SexTech201905199.265111250752.807.65.01.80.641.271.50-0.66705.15.52788
HO840003204988632TERRA-CALROY HUEY 10380-ETSelect201905059.66193195742.577.93.02.11.571.860.890.80712.93.72788
HO840003204988649TERRA-LINDA KENOBI 10397-ETABS201905139.36194199752.737.02.41.52.112.331.430.73743.04.42788
HO840003205435990PEAK MNDLN LWSON 81920-ETAlta201905178.760105226722.787.04.42.01.211.531.040.29702.42.32788
HO840003206190975ABS201905039.670101234752.926.31.11.61.952.100.75-0.31712.94.02788
HO840003206205637SSI-DUCKETT 10711Select201905289.36899225752.647.22.31.61.371.731.08-0.13734.63.92788
HO840003143986451SIEMERS KEN ROZALD 31482-ETABS201905149.46183192752.816.92.23.62.022.110.550.53722.63.32787
HO840003203292384Select201904269.373111252742.805.21.61.61.401.151.49-0.27714.44.72787
HO840003204165177DENOVO MERRIMAC 15939-ETABS201905128.96390214742.847.73.22.11.751.552.100.19712.82.62787
HO840003205435992PEAK MAYA CABOT 81922-ETAlta201905189.44894210732.738.65.63.10.801.981.45-0.96692.73.52787
HO840003206963802WELCOME H 4225-ETSelect201905249.562105232742.795.71.62.41.811.930.560.02714.13.62787
HO840003202761886OCD 92490Select201905178.956104222742.567.44.22.01.541.740.860.24715.45.62786
HO840003204165243DENOVO MERRIMAC 16005-ETABS201905228.75680194752.729.25.03.21.251.681.79-0.57712.93.12786
HO840003204457219OCD OPTION 52639-ETSemex201905049.25773177752.607.82.93.71.762.291.01-0.03733.44.62786
HO840003204457358OCD 52778Select201905309.353110232752.876.23.51.81.842.031.24-0.87732.43.62786
HO840003206191644ABS2019051210.17565183752.826.81.62.92.182.530.910.73722.84.02786
HO840003206205581SSI-DUCKETT 10655Select201905159.16894220762.825.91.51.91.951.911.31-0.04722.93.12786
HO840003208013791Select201905089.04392188742.636.33.83.21.772.561.44-0.43713.04.62786
HO840003148918980GeneSeek201905279.476103240722.846.21.60.41.851.661.59-0.06703.04.22785
HO840003201895112DYKSTRA 31481-ETGenex201905138.87082227742.787.42.52.11.391.671.80-1.21732.43.22785
HO840003202074838REGAN-DANHOF C 13173-ETSemex201905049.662102230752.766.41.81.52.012.400.88-0.58725.34.82785
HO840003204457345OCD LEGACY BART-ETSelect201905279.55199221752.578.44.62.61.171.521.59-0.82714.95.12785
HO840003204988680TERRA-LINDA ROME 10428-ETSelect201905288.966102226752.667.34.31.81.231.411.25-0.29734.95.62785
HO840003205770105EILDON TWEED BIL BRITTLE-ETABS201905089.270101248752.836.93.82.90.840.680.87-0.80732.73.12785
HO840003142190039STONE-RAIL LUMBERJACK-ETSelect201904059.86082195752.807.03.22.82.132.331.360.08733.94.52784
HO840003146619330STGEN NASHVILLE 86268-ETSexTech201905299.46196222752.737.72.52.61.281.571.93-0.73714.85.42784
HO840003204457387OCD 52807Select2019060410.04795198742.506.91.81.82.462.501.420.05723.94.82784
HO840003205436014PEAK MLBRY CABOT 81944-ETAlta201905249.767110236732.676.32.11.91.201.450.620.05714.34.22784
HO840003206205556SSI-DUCKETT 10630Select201905109.26983203742.737.72.92.01.732.221.11-0.13714.34.62784
HO840003148280085ABS201905079.87380200752.816.72.22.52.022.060.950.64713.64.82783
HO840003201118964CHERRYPENCOL LASER-ETSelect201904279.55196219742.728.04.53.10.971.921.40-1.22704.63.82783
HO840003204165158DENOVO DIVERSITY 15920-ETABS201905039.053100207752.697.93.81.61.691.971.990.30713.64.62783
HO840003204457388OCD 52808Select201906049.477116252742.764.71.6-0.61.871.581.570.72714.13.92783
HO840003204988601TERRA-LINDA TAHITI 10349-ETSelect201904059.864103220752.857.32.31.02.341.731.750.01733.63.82783
HO840003204988628TERRA-LINDA ROME 10376-ETSelect2019050210.06285211752.578.13.12.31.421.991.10-0.79724.54.02783
HO840003203770111EILDON TWEED TMBRLAKE 629-ETSemex2019052310.08280205742.845.71.11.22.352.151.050.86722.53.12782
HO840003204165220DENOVO DIVERSITY 15982-ETABS201905129.355117242742.656.12.12.01.351.251.34-0.32713.64.32782
HO840003204145427GenVis201904119.76088204762.695.61.42.22.292.581.510.28735.65.02781
HO840003201829456ABS2019051610.064101231742.867.43.61.41.601.861.43-0.76713.74.02780
HO840003204457195OCD OPTION 52615-ETSemex201905019.14869155752.638.13.34.52.212.381.140.90733.84.12780
HO840003204988645TERRA-LINDA KENOBI 10393-ETABS201905119.48289227752.816.10.60.52.162.250.850.83723.44.52780
HO840003206205640SSI-DUCKETT 10714Select201905289.15861162742.789.43.94.51.782.341.46-0.67714.44.02780
HO840003206349365OCD 49075Select201905139.347102198742.597.23.02.61.542.021.240.55714.02.92780
HO840003206709238WINSTAR 2489Select201905059.760108224742.864.51.70.62.692.541.870.79735.04.72780
HO840003206963392SYNERGY 6964-ETAlta201905089.47589218732.696.01.40.31.932.062.040.75713.34.22780
HOUSA000144789560FURNACE-HILL KENOB PETER-ETHO201905029.66599235752.746.41.20.51.912.421.19-0.21732.64.02780

High Ranking TPI® Genomic Females – July 2019

 

Registration NumberNameBirth DateGFISire's NamePTAPPTAP%PTAFPTAF%MilkFeed Eff.Yield Rel.SCSPLFert. IndexPTATUDCFLCBWCType Rel.DCEDSBGTPI
HO840003206700458GENOSOURCE JOURNEY 45191-ET2019051910.1MR SUPERHERO DEDICATE-ET710.061000.121771237732.789.63.51.922.491.05-0.3712.74.12996
HO840003205638777201905079.1PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET640.061190.221538257742.519.72.91.411.750.80-0.7713.02.32995
HO840003201118980CHERRYPENCOL LINDY-ET201905199.7PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET730.05890.061920233752.728.24.31.742.521.30-1.0723.73.42979
HO840003205436771PEAK ELVT LWSON 4301-ET201905139.1PEAK ALTALAWSON-ET620.161260.37610270722.528.81.82.012.011.430.1694.05.72973
HO840003206700488TJR NASHVILE VICKY 45221-ET201905249.4MR DYNASTY NASHVILLE-ET800.061120.132015257722.618.32.71.531.061.110.4692.54.22959
HO840003208410545PEN-COL LEGACY BIRDIE-ET201905319.5PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET640.091260.281269270752.727.91.91.912.321.04-0.6723.14.02956
HO840003150899832BADGER BR 15527 4008-ET201905069.1S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET570.07930.171188206742.557.74.32.162.720.910.1712.23.72942
HO840003202070833GENOSOURCE JADA 43232-ET201905269.8MR SUPERHERO DEDICATE-ET520.101020.27753236732.518.54.41.282.400.68-1.5703.13.92934
HO840003205436001PEAK MNDLN LWSON 81931-ET201905208.9PEAK ALTALAWSON-ET630.121160.281002235722.776.93.52.012.031.131.4703.03.92933
HO840003148918986GENOSOURCE RILEY 41686-ET201905309.3MR DYNASTY NASHVILLE-ET640.041010.131745225732.589.22.91.701.821.89-0.3704.44.12925
HO840003205704024S-S-I LEGACY 12088 12462-ET201905079.7PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET610.06890.131413210742.599.43.41.972.361.82-0.3703.83.92922
HO840003205771125PENN-ENGLAND BARB 16118-ET201905189.1S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET700.051130.161790242742.617.41.61.861.891.530.5714.24.62919
HO840003204166200DENOVO ENTITY 663-ET201905228.9DENOVO 8084 ENTITY-ET670.071130.191562249752.737.92.11.682.141.43-0.3714.44.22918
HO840003130112593TTM CRIMSON MAHJONG-ET2019050110.1ABS CRIMSON-ET690.081070.171551234742.537.23.51.871.350.780.7712.83.22917
HO840003201118970PEN-COL LEGACY JAZZ-ET201905069.3PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET610.08930.161295231752.609.23.91.562.230.82-1.4714.14.22914
HO840003205146355SHELAND SOLUT BRILLIANT-ET201905149.1FUSTEAD S-S-I SOLUTION-ET660.05890.091684206752.567.51.72.632.782.340.5742.92.72914
HOUSA000144799624GIL-GAR SOLN FISHER-ET201906019.0FUSTEAD S-S-I SOLUTION-ET500.031040.191326197742.599.92.71.882.251.820.7713.13.12914
HO840003204166165DENOVO DIVERSITY 628-ET201904309.4DENOVO 7545 DIVERSITY-ET750.051150.141975264752.778.41.91.341.541.40-0.6713.23.02913
HO840003206963385SYNERGY LEGACY PRODIGY-ET201904289.1PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET810.011050.032555250762.658.11.62.022.070.75-0.4734.54.02913
HO840003205656927FB 80443 ROME 488687-ET201905049.1DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET670.071090.181537239752.598.82.91.441.430.970.2723.23.42910
HO840003146981206MIDAS-TOUCH HARMONY-ET201905169.5S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET630.09940.171216200742.596.42.92.672.172.241.7713.03.82908
HO840003205656984201905059.3DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET730.021000.062213240752.717.83.41.541.990.74-0.9713.24.32908
HO840003205436785PEAK ELVT LWSON 4315-ET201905299.4PEAK ALTALAWSON-ET540.141010.29549225722.608.63.51.842.301.51-0.1703.35.02907
HO840003139887817MELARRY 1995201905109.3S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET720.061240.201812265742.596.40.41.841.981.210.0714.54.42906
HO840003204457312OCD LEGACY SOY 52732-ET201905229.7PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET700.05910.081818217742.488.22.12.102.371.570.2714.64.12905
HO840003143986455SIEMERS LGCY PARIS 31486-ET201905159.3PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET600.021010.111827219732.627.72.32.122.501.77-0.5693.53.92904
HO840003200569506SANDY-VALLEY EGYPT-ET201905148.6PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET670.061130.181616246752.627.02.31.711.661.30-0.1713.93.82904
HO840003202070841GENOSOURCE JALA 43240-ET201905279.6MR SUPERHERO DEDICATE-ET520.131050.31546227732.518.84.11.201.780.96-0.1703.54.52901
HO840003204166207DENOVO BILLY 670-ET201905258.9MR RI-VAL-RE FREE BILLY-ET540.141210.37500251742.647.83.21.191.591.400.0713.94.82901
HO840003205359189DENOVO DIVERSITY 10352-ET201905219.3DENOVO 7545 DIVERSITY-ET590.061220.251384247742.697.52.11.782.131.28-0.1713.44.02901
HO840003201497295WELCOME LEGACY GAYE-ET201905089.9PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET720.071160.181709267752.599.11.41.271.431.21-0.8714.84.42900
HO840003204166144DENOVO BILLY 607-ET201904288.9MR RI-VAL-RE FREE BILLY-ET760.081260.211757287742.887.01.81.351.001.21-0.8713.02.92898
HO840003204166143DENOVO KENOBI 606-ET201904289.3DE-SU 14222 KENOBI-ET780.08770.041771209772.668.62.62.002.380.900.7742.83.92895
HO840003205251601BADGER S-S-I 15534 16251-ET201905179.1DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET720.061000.121760234742.618.03.01.462.050.710.1714.14.42895
HO840003205267260201906018.9DE-SU 14222 KENOBI-ET680.121040.221146234762.707.71.71.932.540.560.8731.83.82895
HO840003206205536S-S-I ROME 8776 10610-ET201905069.5DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET730.07990.121712252742.698.63.81.101.270.76-1.2713.44.72895
HO840003205656919FB 934 ROME 488679-ET201905049.5DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET490.101210.34711235752.558.12.21.811.751.790.2723.53.32891
HO840003206700482GENOSOURCE JULIA 45215-ET201905239.6MR SUPERHERO DEDICATE-ET660.051010.131732239732.648.93.91.171.520.35-1.1712.64.12891
HO840003205435995PEAK C4740 TMBRLK 81925-ET201905209.8SILVERRIDGE V TIMBERLAKE770.05950.062045237722.836.71.92.052.251.37-0.3701.94.02889
HO840003205756373201905158.9BGP YOLO-ET650.091020.191323235762.737.22.02.372.301.14-0.2753.32.42888
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HO840003205251591S-S-I BG 2671 16241-ET2019051410.0REGAN-DANHOF CASCADE-ET730.04980.081992238742.617.02.51.451.941.21-0.6722.92.72887
HO840003206349364OCD LEGACY RAE 49074-ET201905139.4PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET470.091020.27741207742.478.33.41.442.321.480.1704.03.42886
HO840003205771118PENN-ENGLAND BARB 16111-ET201905129.6S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET670.041200.181817249742.766.02.31.781.831.270.1713.94.22885
HO840003205870254COOKIECUTTER HOPSCOTCH-ET201905099.3PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET580.06990.171361218732.597.61.32.693.400.76-0.3703.84.32885
HO840003208177767EILDON-TWEED TIM MINK 5G-ET2019052510.5SILVERRIDGE V TIMBERLAKE530.06850.141225186752.548.23.62.272.761.060.3732.33.92885
HO840003201497315WELCOME LGACY HELEN-ET201905229.7PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET650.051080.161647235742.647.12.51.801.961.390.0714.14.02882
HO840003148918990GENOSOURCE REESE 41690-ET201906029.2MR DYNASTY NASHVILLE-ET780.031020.062253242732.817.52.21.891.801.31-0.1704.04.72880
HO840003205251589BADGER S-S-I 15534 16239-ET201905139.0PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET750.031030.082160247742.548.61.51.192.250.71-0.8714.85.22880
HO840003206461003WINSTAR RIVETING 5956-ET201905099.6S-S-I BG FRZZLD RIVETING-ET630.07950.151441232752.708.72.81.522.151.32-1.1702.43.92880
HO840003146619215STGEN NASHVILLE 86153-ET201905209.4MR DYNASTY NASHVILLE-ET800.07940.071951241752.787.61.02.092.411.38-0.1723.93.72879
HO840003204062615REGANCREST C BRIA-ET201904309.6SANDY-VALLEY CHALLENGER-ET540.05920.161271200742.469.23.01.812.480.850.0713.33.92879
HO840003205436530PEAK HTMAM HUEY 62410-ET201906099.7T-SPRUCE FRAZZLED HUEY-ET610.081160.241283234732.677.91.92.031.771.570.7704.04.32878
HO840003150675433PINE-TREE 7589 LION 8361-ET201905169.3MR T-SPRUCE FRAZZ LIONEL-ET760.061350.221890300742.795.81.01.261.480.84-1.2715.33.82877
HO840003152018795SDG 5815 JOSUPER 835-ET201904059.4UECKER SUPERSIRE JOSUPER-ET840.041290.142372281782.606.20.21.431.250.540.3754.03.72875
HO840003202070839GENOSOURCE JACKIE 43238-ET201905279.6MR SUPERHERO DEDICATE-ET550.051040.191376224732.578.13.61.151.821.09-0.7702.64.42875
HO840003151564628AARDEMA DREAM GIRL-ET201903259.6DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET660.051000.131720236732.597.53.51.481.820.92-0.9704.55.62873
HO840003204988625TERRA-LINDA KENOBI 10373-ET201905019.7DE-SU 14222 KENOBI-ET660.06920.111595205752.727.43.12.192.320.940.9713.33.52872
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HO840003152018769SDG-PH 5705 JOSUPER 809-ET201902249.1UECKER SUPERSIRE JOSUPER-ET770.081030.131793230782.787.81.82.011.591.121.5763.33.52868
HO840003201497289WELCOME ROME GABRIELLE-ET201905049.0DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET570.061040.201295229752.618.93.51.441.701.38-0.7715.35.42868
HO840003202560409ADAWAY HUMBLENKIND 23292019041210.1COOKIECUTTER HUMBLENKIND-ET670.06870.091672212762.877.32.32.482.921.79-0.1743.94.02868
HO840003204456997MS OCD DYN WILLY 52417-ET201903239.0MR RUBICON DYNASTY-ET710.091070.181466248752.687.01.71.881.751.280.0733.44.12868
HO840003208410544CHERRYPENCOL LASSO-ET201905299.6PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET580.101090.26961241742.638.82.91.161.830.86-0.5704.33.82868
HO840003204457282OCD GLITZ BOOKIE 52702-ET201905169.9DENOVO 7947 GLITZ-ET660.11740.111152191762.747.23.82.462.401.210.9742.64.02867
HO840003204457250OCD LEGACY MISSY 52670-ET201905109.4PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET630.081180.241329260752.757.11.91.501.881.14-0.9723.73.12866
HO840003204457333OCD RENEGAD LAVAGE 52753-ET201905259.7S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET640.101170.261139243742.726.32.41.821.631.010.8713.13.82866
HO840003206349309OCD LEGAC MOTIVATE 49019-ET201905039.5PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET760.06880.051961235752.709.02.81.561.950.87-0.8725.14.72866
HO840003206700428GENOSOURCE MADELYN 45161-ET201905159.0MR DYNASTY NASHVILLE-ET720.081050.151656248742.726.41.81.882.111.19-0.4705.25.12865
HO840003204166174DENOVO KENOBI 637-ET201905029.0DE-SU 14222 KENOBI-ET740.0764-0.011815180762.628.22.72.332.671.811.0743.64.12864
HO840003205359169DENOVO VENTURE 10332-ET201905089.1DENOVO 2705 VENTURE-ET470.081010.25825206742.538.24.11.192.171.27-0.1723.24.82863
HO840003204166135DENOVO BILLY 598-ET201904229.0MR RI-VAL-RE FREE BILLY-ET630.071090.201425244742.767.72.61.231.601.47-0.6712.83.32862
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HO840003201497335WELCOME ROME GAILEY-ET201906019.4DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET730.071270.211767280752.728.31.41.170.940.73-0.6715.05.52861
HO840003205435998PEAK MNDLN LWSON 81928-ET201905208.6PEAK ALTALAWSON-ET620.101050.231094224722.687.53.31.631.321.330.9703.44.42861
HO840003206349386MISS OCD LEGAC RAE 49096-ET201905179.7PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET560.091070.25979224752.597.72.52.032.141.050.3724.33.72861
HO840003206700538GENOSOURCE CAMBER 45271201906029.3MR DYNASTY NASHVILLE-ET560.04720.071434192732.6610.15.50.981.781.19-1.4702.54.12861
HO840003204062630REGAN-DANHOF C MARISA-ET201905059.9SANDY-VALLEY CHALLENGER-ET520.08920.191015204742.657.72.82.253.110.82-0.3713.33.72860
HO840003205768184LARS-ACRES SOLUTN GOTME-ET201904229.1FUSTEAD S-S-I SOLUTION-ET550.06870.141239191742.448.92.02.002.172.170.4713.33.62859
HO840003200569508SANDY-VALLEY MOSCOW-ET201905229.5PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET800.0283-0.022397221742.718.22.91.851.551.25-0.3704.94.72858
HO840003201497294WELCOME LEGACY HEATHER-ET201905089.6PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET660.121120.251090251742.636.92.01.731.840.750.1714.13.92858
HO840003206700523GENOSOURCE WILD 45256201905309.4MR DYNASTY NASHVILLE-ET730.0173-0.052342191732.768.42.62.242.401.940.0713.13.92858
HO840003204457296OCD LEGACY SOY 52716-ET201905189.6PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET690.07850.081645222742.578.72.31.412.470.97-0.8714.54.92857
HO840003205251612SSI-BADGER 162622019052510.5MR SPRING NOBLE 2-ETN600.04920.111614205752.857.73.62.002.470.810.0733.53.32855
HO840003205436490PEAK RIVER CABOT 62370-ET201905219.9BOMAZ ALTACABOT-ET730.041190.152023261722.626.51.51.221.310.83-0.4692.63.72855
HO840003207726578TTM LEGACY 1510-ET201905149.6PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET760.081300.231746291762.816.11.01.551.430.21-0.7734.23.92855
HO840003203116400BGP NOBLE DHRMY 695-ET2019041810.1MR SPRING NOBLE-ET430.03640.081144145762.598.13.23.354.051.860.0753.34.62854
HO840003139887809MELARRY 1987201905079.3S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET710.071160.181692255742.607.32.01.090.871.160.0714.23.82853
HO840003205436056PEAK ZNNIA TMBRLK 81986-ET201906069.8SILVERRIDGE V TIMBERLAKE610.09740.101203194722.749.03.21.862.771.22-0.2702.32.92853
HO840003205658676201905189.6T-SPRUCE FRAZZLED HUEY-ET670.041170.171813241762.827.12.41.360.981.430.5743.03.12853
HO840003206460983WINSTAR ADVISOR 5936-ET201905039.5PINE-TREE ADVISOR-ET630.041100.171656233752.667.72.11.691.580.730.0722.33.32853
HO840003206700479GENOSOURCE JUNE 45212201905239.5MR DYNASTY NASHVILLE-ET750.04970.072034232722.797.41.81.661.671.790.1692.74.72853
HO840003205436457PEAK ROYAL EXPLSN 62337-ET201905058.6PEAK ALTAEXPLOSION-ET700.08950.141510228732.738.02.71.631.871.300.1705.35.12851
HO840003205756431BGP SLF SOLUTION 18554-ET201906059.5FUSTEAD S-S-I SOLUTION-ET630.031100.151819239752.836.50.02.762.971.82-0.8733.93.82851
HO840003206963338SYNERGY HJ PUNCTUAL-ET201903249.8PEAK ALTAHOTJOB-ET580.04990.151519207752.687.70.32.473.472.010.4733.83.72850
HO840003200569539SANDY-VALLEY EROS-ET201905029.0DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET670.07850.101533207752.648.74.11.471.680.880.3725.14.52849
HO840003205756399BGP SLF HUEY 18522-ET201905269.8T-SPRUCE FRAZZLED HUEY-ET570.03930.121606195752.857.83.42.182.471.250.4732.72.72849
HO840003206205544S-S-I RENEGDE 8237 10618-ET2019050710.0S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET700.041120.151875237742.785.81.02.402.051.710.7714.64.82849
HO840003206205558S-S-I LEGACY 8804 10632-ET201905119.2PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET630.03940.101762211742.548.63.01.551.950.91-0.1714.65.32848
HO840003206461017WINSTAR PERK 5970-ET2019051510.0FB 6860 SPECTRE PERK-ET570.061150.241269234742.836.52.41.862.011.760.1724.84.62848
HO840003201497337WELCOME ROME GABBI-ET201906019.6DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET550.071150.251171243752.618.32.51.541.710.79-0.9714.54.72847
HO840003201670248KINGS-RANSOM TARR LATHER-ET201904289.3WELCOME TARRINO 3181-ET620.09890.151244221752.887.02.52.272.661.71-0.7732.53.32846
HO840003205436480PEAK CHRLE MLKTM 62360-ET201905199.4STE ODILE MILKTIME1030.04106-0.023014287732.845.60.41.541.400.55-0.6734.54.92846
HO840003139887807MELARRY 1985201905049.6S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET700.061170.181776238742.696.21.42.201.171.021.3712.93.72845
HO840003202070854GENOSOURCE JAYNE 43253-ET201905279.0MR SUPERHERO DEDICATE-ET610.07850.131320220732.678.83.31.402.301.18-1.4703.75.62845
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HO840003204457286OCD LEGACY MISSY 52706-ET201905169.2PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET580.061040.191377224752.687.21.32.222.571.65-0.3724.14.02844
HO840003205704037SSI-TOG Y227201905159.9REGAN-DANHOF CASCADE-ET690.06910.101660209742.865.32.22.662.781.520.9713.53.32844
HO840003200569504SANDY-VALLEY PERPLEX-ET201905129.9PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET630.101000.201143234752.638.52.11.432.220.99-0.4715.85.12843
HO840003205251565HORSENS S-S-I 3192 16215-ET201905029.2S-S-I BG FRZZLD RIVETING-ET630.02950.091853214752.538.33.01.471.490.66-0.3723.33.52843
HO840003206094111BOMAZ GLITZ 8945-ET201904069.7DENOVO 7947 GLITZ-ET540.09880.19916189732.698.63.71.802.361.181.0714.14.32843
HO840003206349404OCD LEGACY NOODLE 49114-ET201905229.4PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET640.041130.161766235742.717.32.01.561.711.030.2714.15.42843
HO840003205146346SHELAND HUEY LUEY-ET201905139.4T-SPRUCE FRAZZLED HUEY-ET650.061020.151589215742.487.21.41.882.180.961.0713.64.72842
HO840003200569543SANDY-VALLEY LEMONCOOKIE-ET201905159.8PEAK ALTALAWSON-ET580.101000.23952218742.787.52.71.852.421.330.5724.13.22840
HO840003205436775PEAK LUNA LWSON 4305-ET201905219.6PEAK ALTALAWSON-ET600.09980.201122208732.667.52.91.872.180.401.1703.23.42840
HO840003205251592BADGER S-S-I 15395 16242-ET2019051410.7MR SPRING NOBLE 2-ETN680.041100.141893243752.866.81.91.992.060.37-0.4733.13.72839
HO840003206205570S-S-I BRASS 8825 10644-ET201905129.4BLUMENFELD FRAZLD BRASS-ET570.07850.131267190742.548.12.32.252.511.630.5713.93.12839
HO840003206349355OCD LEGACY LAVAGE 49065-ET201905119.5PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET670.05830.071722204752.598.93.21.591.690.970.1713.93.52839
HO840003206349405OCD SOLUTION TAYA 49115-ET201905229.4FUSTEAD S-S-I SOLUTION-ET730.06860.061820204762.606.82.32.312.001.311.2744.94.62839
HO840003150675441PINE-TREE 7612 CRIM 8369-ET201905259.0ABS CRIMSON-ET610.06980.161429200742.588.12.91.831.720.431.4713.13.72838
HO840003202070794GENOSOURCE NASHVIL 43193-ET201904279.7MR DYNASTY NASHVILLE-ET710.061000.121731235732.867.12.21.791.441.53-0.1712.63.72838
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HO840003204166196DENOVO ENTITY 659-ET201905199.4DENOVO 8084 ENTITY-ET680.051090.161725234742.986.82.41.641.531.550.4713.34.22837
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HO840003204326543WET NOBLE PERFECT-ET2019052210.2MR SPRING NOBLE-ET530.02980.141551201752.648.62.61.902.271.07-0.1734.24.22836
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HO840003205609991PRESTON S-S-I 5715 6475-ET201904069.1PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET700.03990.091993236742.647.72.21.101.780.96-0.8704.13.62834
HO840003200569505SANDY-VALLEY MIDGE-ET201905139.1PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET680.07900.111573230742.667.92.91.131.661.25-0.9703.73.22833
HO840003200569507SANDY-VALLEY ETCY-ET201905189.7PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET560.041010.161481219742.557.91.71.712.291.10-0.7714.04.22832
HO840003205251556S-S-I BG 7613 16206-ET201904299.6BOMAZ DAMIEN KANZO-ET510.05970.191192204752.497.91.82.162.801.43-0.2715.55.42832
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HO840003151707865TRAMILDA STUNNING EXCELL-ET2019060510.1ST GEN R-HAZE RAPID-ET700.071070.161648235752.834.91.62.352.011.310.6723.53.22830
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HO840003205436778PEAK HOLA LWSON 4308-ET201905239.9PEAK ALTALAWSON-ET630.131020.25863225722.766.32.71.851.880.951.0702.62.62830
HO8400032057563572019050910.1MR SPRING NOBLE-ET460.04840.141163176752.628.23.52.142.891.02-0.1743.04.02830
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HO840003205436469PEAK MLENA DSJCKY 62349-ET201905129.7CLAYNOOK DISCJOCKEY650.07760.081461175732.537.32.22.772.891.071.8713.74.32829
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HO840003204457362OCD YOLO RAEDEN 52782-ET201905319.0BGP YOLO-ET590.01830.051828190752.826.73.32.272.921.21-0.2733.83.92828
HO840003205251586BADGER S-S-I 15534 16236-ET201905129.4PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET740.061080.141849247742.727.41.81.481.770.480.1715.25.52827
HO840003205658246201905109.2DE-SU 14222 KENOBI-ET630.08930.151356214762.746.83.71.572.17-0.260.2733.03.42826
HO840003206461012WINSTAR RENEGADE 5965-ET201905129.2S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET650.051040.151629219752.596.81.62.001.741.070.8723.64.22826
HO840003204457007OCD ROME 52427-ET2019032610.1DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET670.02890.042043213752.777.83.81.541.900.81-0.5724.03.92825
HO840003205251596S-S-I BG 2671 16246-ET2019051610.1REGAN-DANHOF CASCADE-ET660.041020.121802225742.756.22.31.602.111.090.1723.73.22825
HO840003205436016PEAK STRGZ TMBRLK 81946-ET2019052510.1SILVERRIDGE V TIMBERLAKE580.02730.041672184722.797.73.91.972.711.35-0.7702.12.22825
HO840003206205521SSI-DUCKETT 10595201905039.6S-S-I BG FRZZLD RIVETING-ET580.06640.051313164742.398.63.41.982.771.520.5714.74.62825
HO840003208004094CLEAR-ECHO LEGACY 2565-ET201905099.4PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET430.02730.101191156752.518.83.22.273.201.68-0.1724.24.02825
HO840003208181738AURORA 21570201905308.8PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET540.06970.181216218732.458.72.31.322.260.85-0.9694.44.32825
HO840003201497303WELCOME LEGACY GIFT-ET201905138.8PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET570.06900.151288208752.439.33.01.172.090.45-0.5714.64.52824
HO840003204062638REGAN-DANHOF C MARLA-ET201905099.7SANDY-VALLEY CHALLENGER-ET470.061000.23983204742.706.73.02.232.811.29-0.2714.95.02824
HO840003205768240LARS-ACRES NEMO MAPLE2019050310.3OCD IRONMAN NEMO610.051050.171527224752.947.30.92.802.431.910.1722.93.62824
HO840003150675436PINE-TREE 7593 RENE 8364-ET201905189.4S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET720.041000.091984227742.686.01.01.841.901.700.4723.94.12823
HO840003200569406SANDY-VALLEY GALA-ET201903069.3PEAK ALTALAWSON-ET500.111160.33682229742.557.53.01.271.480.980.3714.74.32823
HO840003204121370201904279.2ABS ACHIEVER-ET620.06940.141452217752.758.13.41.141.481.81-0.2724.13.72823
HO840003204457224OCD RENEGADE SOY 52644-ET201905069.3S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET640.07970.151443232752.767.12.11.442.341.28-0.8744.24.92823
HO840003204499904T-SPRUCE 729702019042710.3PROGENESIS MODEST ROLAN 512530.00930.091763188752.648.32.12.152.511.630.1723.64.22823
HO840003204988637TERRA-CALROY THITI 10385-ET201905069.5DE-SU FRAZZ TAHITI 14104-ET750.061060.121889259742.836.70.72.052.071.03-1.0714.63.92823
HO840003205251584BADGER S-S-I 15534 16234-ET201905129.2PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET690.03840.032000208742.518.92.71.221.731.12-0.3714.64.42823
HO840003205658728201905199.3DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET630.061160.211535249752.616.72.31.211.220.70-0.5714.33.52822
HO840003205771127PENN-ENGLAND BARB 16120-ET201905189.0OCD IRONMAN NEMO550.04870.121437174752.488.62.12.492.471.771.4715.16.22822
HO840003207726573TTM LEGACY SYLVIE-ET201905229.4PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET560.02860.091623197742.498.83.01.432.281.10-0.7714.74.92822
HO840003205610022PRESTON S-S-I 5715 6506-ET201905029.4S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET610.061060.191425218742.835.63.31.791.921.280.8714.34.42821
HO840003205658785201905209.9DENOVO 2705 VENTURE-ET600.061210.241394254752.788.51.80.791.261.31-0.7723.04.22821
HO840003202070831MS TJR DDC ETERNAL 43230-ET201905259.5MR SUPERHERO DEDICATE-ET670.041060.131816241732.778.31.81.451.650.56-0.7713.75.42820
HO840003151643629OCD FORTE 47825201905279.7OCD HELIX FORTE-ET500.011110.181593202752.676.62.02.382.461.370.6724.63.82819
HO840003199700767CLAYTOP CANT QUIT YOU-ET201904239.4PEAK ALTASTARJACK-ET610.08810.121234183752.906.73.12.812.911.601.3733.74.92819
HO840003202761854OCD LEGACY MISSY 92458-ET201905059.1PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET560.06980.171309225752.727.42.51.622.111.56-1.2724.03.52819
HO840003203920937DAYSTAR ACHIEVER 5699201905199.5ABS ACHIEVER-ET570.081220.291096251752.736.32.70.841.250.84-0.4723.23.12819
HO840003204062613REGANCREST C BRIAR-ET201904289.7SANDY-VALLEY CHALLENGER-ET470.03840.131301177742.408.52.72.112.930.92-0.1714.85.22819
HO840003205436010PEAK PLRS CURRY 81940-ET201905229.9G-DERUYTER ALTACURRY-ET800.0479-0.022290210732.558.73.11.031.040.490.4713.33.82819
HO840003205638761T-SPRUCE 13296201905039.6PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET660.04920.091776216742.697.02.31.602.301.04-0.2714.23.82819
HO840003206460994WINSTAR BILLY 5947-ET201905069.4MR RI-VAL-RE FREE BILLY-ET570.061250.271279268752.887.21.10.991.801.49-1.6723.43.62819
HO840003152018793SDG 5815 JOSUPER 833-ET201904049.4UECKER SUPERSIRE JOSUPER-ET800.021060.062398238782.657.30.41.671.530.810.7753.84.12818
HO840003200275086CLEAR-ECHO EISAKU 4746201905219.5SANDY-VALLEY EISAKU-ET680.041120.151860241753.015.81.22.151.872.000.1733.64.42818
HO840003204326545WET LEGACY MALEAH-ET201905249.4PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET530.031070.191442222742.538.43.30.701.261.32-0.7713.84.22818
HO840003205251624SSI-BADGER 162742019053010.1REGAN-DANHOF CASCADE-ET650.08890.131370214752.765.92.01.992.591.990.1714.64.32818
HO840003206205633SSI-DUCKETT 10707201905279.2DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET780.07990.091942249742.865.91.62.131.831.09-0.6714.35.22818
HO840003206457620BGP YOLO SROSE 773-ET201905259.7BGP YOLO-ET480.08910.21880196762.657.42.22.543.051.00-0.2743.73.82818
HO840003206461002WINSTAR PERK 5955-ET201905099.4FB 6860 SPECTRE PERK-ET660.091020.181338234742.776.61.52.021.442.000.0723.62.82818
HOUSA000144793477GIL-GAR SOLN FILETTE-ET201905179.2FUSTEAD S-S-I SOLUTION-ET600.061090.201386230742.646.71.12.141.971.270.0713.53.82818
HO840003204457228OCD LUXOTI FRANCES 52648-ET2019050610.3PEAK LUXOTIC-ET560.061110.221313231742.665.71.62.142.451.36-0.3724.14.12817
HO840003205251573BADGER S-S-I 15534 16223-ET201905049.8BOMAZ DAMIEN KANZO-ET550.04740.071478164752.509.63.21.632.751.160.9725.04.92817
HO840003205251595S-S-I BG 2671 16245-ET201905169.5REGAN-DANHOF CASCADE-ET590.07940.161317201742.635.92.42.072.301.280.8713.22.12817
HO840003205563161ROSYLANE-LLC FRZZLD 12084201904189.3MELARRY JOSUPER FRAZZLED-ET76-0.011010.012607243762.517.71.80.791.140.23-1.2723.92.72817
HO840003205658241201905109.5ABS ACHIEVER-ET640.081170.231367245752.725.92.41.241.470.650.3734.33.12817
HO840003206205539S-S-I LEGACY 7672 10613-ET201905069.4PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET680.06940.111673232742.607.21.81.331.950.97-0.9713.53.42817
HO840003146619145STGEN DEDICATE 86083-ET201905019.3MR SUPERHERO DEDICATE-ET600.09830.151114225772.858.73.61.222.290.77-1.8742.74.82816
HO840003204166197DENOVO ATRIUM 660-ET201905209.6DENOVO 7921 ATRIUM-ET630.061100.181537247742.877.62.70.991.481.01-1.0703.03.92816
HO840003205756356201905099.1MELARRY FRAZZLED MOOLA-ET600.041020.151599230752.598.32.61.031.490.74-1.0733.74.42816
HO840003206219069LEANINGHOUSE RAPID 27045-ET201905299.9ST GEN R-HAZE RAPID-ET670.11830.141199199742.736.32.42.282.141.411.2703.03.62816
HO840003206349310MISS OCD LEGAC RAE 49020-ET2019050310.0PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET460.08880.21820198752.718.44.31.462.361.08-0.9723.94.72816
HO840003208004086PLAIN-KNOLL RENGADE 2557-ET201904279.0S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET750.05770.021949202742.647.21.32.192.031.590.5713.43.52816

 

High Ranking DWP$ Genomic Young Females – July 2019

Registration NumberNameDate of BirthSire's NamePTAPPTAP%PTAFPTAF%MilkMilk RelSCSPLLivDPRUDCFLCBWCDSBMast RelWT$CW$DWP$
84000320563877720190507PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET640.061190.221538742.519.75.62.11.750.80-0.722.349193301414
CAN000013203510CEDARWAL SOLUTION RAZZLE-ET20190217FUSTEAD S-S-I SOLUTION-ET730.051140.151883752.727.83.71.52.101.26-0.042.550201461380
840003152018793SDG 5815 JOSUPER 833-ET20190404UECKER SUPERSIRE JOSUPER-ET800.021060.062398772.657.32.1-0.11.530.810.694.150191631312
840003206205536S-S-I ROME 8776 10610-ET20190506DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET730.07990.121712742.698.63.53.01.270.76-1.224.745159591310
840003206963385SYNERGY LEGACY PRODIGY-ET20190428PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET810.011050.032555752.658.11.50.72.070.75-0.444.047124571293
840003205756356BGP SLF MOOLA 18479-ET20190509MELARRY FRAZZLED MOOLA-ET600.041020.151599752.598.34.82.31.490.74-1.004.446162741281
840003205146355SHELAND SOLUT BRILLIANT-ET20190514FUSTEAD S-S-I SOLUTION-ET660.05890.091684752.567.51.70.72.782.340.452.748181811278
840003201497295WELCOME LEGACY GAYE-ET20190508PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET720.071160.181709752.599.14.00.51.431.21-0.844.449107351277
840003205768184LARS-ACRES SOLUTN GOTME-ET20190422FUSTEAD S-S-I SOLUTION-ET550.06870.141239742.448.95.11.32.172.170.383.644244191265
840003139887807MELARRY RENEGADE 1985-ET20190504S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET700.061170.181776742.696.22.50.91.171.021.253.75123071252
840003205251589BADGER S-S-I 15534 16239-ET20190513PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET750.031030.082160742.548.62.70.82.250.71-0.765.247109411251
840003205756431BGP SLF SOLUTION 18554-ET20190605FUSTEAD S-S-I SOLUTION-ET630.031100.151819752.836.52.2-0.72.971.82-0.773.847150651249
840003152018795SDG 5815 JOSUPER 835-ET20190405UECKER SUPERSIRE JOSUPER-ET840.041290.142372772.606.20.6-0.61.250.540.313.75198381247
840003205251601BADGER S-S-I 15534 16251-ET20190517DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET720.061000.121760742.618.02.02.52.050.710.124.446122711247
840003205251565HORSENS S-S-I 3192 16215-ET20190502S-S-I BG FRZZLD RIVETING-ET630.02950.091853752.538.34.62.51.490.66-0.303.546183161240
840003150675441PINE-TREE 7612 CRIM 8369-ET20190525ABS CRIMSON-ET610.06980.161429742.588.14.12.61.720.431.423.744217301240
840003205756427BGP SLF SOLUTION 18550-ET20190603FUSTEAD S-S-I SOLUTION-ET570.021150.181683752.637.52.0-0.12.111.500.254.142180341237
840003201497335WELCOME ROME GAILEY-ET20190601DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET730.071270.211767752.728.33.60.90.940.73-0.635.54150731236
840003205146346SHELAND HUEY LUEY-ET20190513T-SPRUCE FRAZZLED HUEY-ET650.061020.151589742.487.22.31.12.180.961.004.745189461234
USA000144783564SCHOENE-KUH T ROCKET-ET20190430DE-SU FRAZZ TAHITI 14104-ET660.03800.041871752.819.15.73.11.500.98-0.493.943180291231
840003205251573BADGER S-S-I 15534 16223-ET20190504BOMAZ DAMIEN KANZO-ET550.04740.071478752.509.64.73.22.751.160.854.951189801229
840003203249992TTM SS CRIMSON ENYA 1619-ET20190323ABS CRIMSON-ET710.06990.111796742.676.22.31.30.740.22-0.472.347185481224
840003207726582TTM SOLUTION 1514-ET20190527FUSTEAD S-S-I SOLUTION-ET580.021040.141697742.607.42.60.01.251.900.284.338188621223
84000313988781720190510S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET720.061240.201812742.596.43.9-0.11.981.210.034.446105221219
840003150675434PINE-TREE 7589 LION 8362-ET20190517MR T-SPRUCE FRAZZ LIONEL-ET650.071220.231497742.816.42.21.61.300.70-0.324.646171121212
840003206205558S-S-I LEGACY 8804 10632-ET20190511PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET630.03940.101762742.548.63.52.41.950.91-0.085.346152431212
840003204121370BOADWINE ACHIEVER 17345-ET20190427ABS ACHIEVER-ET620.06940.141452752.758.13.63.01.481.81-0.213.746174351210
840003205756416BGP SLF SOLUTION 18539-ET20190530FUSTEAD S-S-I SOLUTION-ET510.02910.131459752.698.33.91.72.021.53-0.413.542165721207
840003204988625TERRA-LINDA KENOBI 10373-ET20190501DE-SU 14222 KENOBI-ET660.06920.111595752.727.42.72.72.320.940.943.551159471207
840003204988648TERRA-CALROY RDRCK 10396-ET20190513PROGENESIS REDROCK-ET630.06780.081518742.728.33.52.12.061.20-0.173.747202381206
840003201615261EASTVIEW SLTN RAINBOW LL-ET20190518FUSTEAD S-S-I SOLUTION-ET640.05920.101664752.918.04.81.51.401.82-0.893.450147471204
840003208409980TRIFECTA M 40006-ET20190420DE-SU FRAZZ TAHITI 14104-ET630.071010.171433742.676.42.90.71.011.30-1.063.446184471204
USA000144713695DEWGOOD 720 J CRINGLE-ET20190125ABS CRIMSON-ET760.071120.151871752.726.93.9-0.31.700.98-0.464.74511461203
840003206963390SYNERGY HJ HOTPANTS-ET20190507PEAK ALTAHOTJOB-ET670.09930.151345742.467.72.10.61.961.180.954.342206151200
84000320673824220181229MELARRY JOSUPER FRAZZLED-ET600.02970.111769762.657.03.4-2.11.421.11-0.074.943226621198
84000313988780920190507S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET710.071160.181692742.607.33.51.60.871.160.043.846127-61192
840003205756373BGP SLF YOLO 18496-ET20190515BGP YOLO-ET650.091020.191323762.737.23.21.52.301.14-0.192.446116361191
840003205251584BADGER S-S-I 15534 16234-ET20190512PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET690.03840.032000742.518.93.32.21.731.12-0.274.448105651190
84000320525161720190527PEAK ALTAZAREK-ET750.03900.032158742.776.12.2-0.11.701.21-0.165.346139961187
840003205563208ROSYLANE-LLC FRZZLD 1213120190520MELARRY JOSUPER FRAZZLED-ET600.01940.091848772.527.54.10.10.21-0.13-0.803.547211451186
84000320449990420190427PROGENESIS MODEST ROLAN512-ET530.00930.091763752.648.34.01.62.511.630.114.244156421186
USA000144773491SCHOENE-KUH ROSEMARY-ET20190426DE-SU FRAZZ TAHITI 14104-ET630.07810.101378752.807.74.34.02.051.180.013.047151371185
840003201497315WELCOME LGACY HELEN-ET20190522PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET650.051080.161647742.647.12.01.91.961.39-0.034.047121181183
84000320673795820181104MELARRY JOSUPER FRAZZLED-ET580.00790.021930762.458.03.2-0.51.480.38-0.694.542230481182
840003205251606BADGER S-S-I 15534 16256-ET20190519DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET780.05910.042098742.627.61.31.81.610.42-0.234.146103561179
84000313988781620190510S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET640.101220.271215742.616.13.90.41.181.380.493.848120371177
840003204121389BOADWINE ACHIEVER 17364-ET20190429ABS ACHIEVER-ET580.06990.181319752.608.54.12.91.250.92-0.173.848102661175
840003150899832BADGER BR 15527 4008-ET20190506S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET570.07930.171188742.557.72.64.32.720.910.133.74315631174
84000320525162020190529PEAK ALTAZAREK-ET730.08910.101654742.746.72.91.11.300.56-0.034.746179281174
840003203920937DAYSTAR ACHIEVER 5699-ET20190519ABS ACHIEVER-ET570.081220.291096752.736.33.72.21.250.84-0.363.14491491173
840003206963389SYNERGY LEGACY PROOF-ET20190507PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET580.04690.041571752.608.03.12.71.840.88-0.743.549183721173
840003207145163HORSENS S-S-I 3344 4002-ET20190510BLUMENFELD FRAZLD BRASS-ET530.031010.161498742.758.13.82.91.381.06-0.934.142156161172
84000313988782020190524MELARRY FRAZZ ARROWHEAD-ET610.02810.041826752.727.72.51.72.071.28-0.153.432186431171
840003205756360BGP SLF MOOLA 18483-ET20190510MELARRY FRAZZLED MOOLA-ET520.06780.131125752.518.85.01.22.400.91-0.954.746160661170
840003201497337WELCOME ROME GABBI-ET20190601DE-SU FRAZZLD ROME 14192-ET550.071150.251171752.618.33.21.61.710.79-0.854.746107221169
840003147989727ARIZONA FRAZZLED 5429-ET20190508MELARRY JOSUPER FRAZZLED-ET620.001010.092044772.777.54.20.91.381.58-0.963.750117351167
840003205756359BGP SLF NOBLE 18482-ET20190510MR SPRING NOBLE-ET510.01740.051603752.567.34.60.02.841.25-0.803.848200551167
840003205251567BADGER S-S-I 15534 16217-ET20190502PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET760.051050.102061742.697.51.31.32.010.810.114.74848551163
840003205768256LARS-ACRES S-S-I 23074-ET20190508BOMAZ DAMIEN KANZO-ET540.02730.051576752.479.04.12.51.830.65-0.204.846195371161
840003203249996TTM SS RENEGADE EMOJI-ET20190329S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET800.06960.072012742.886.22.62.81.101.290.132.74677531159
840003205756357BGP SLF NOBLE 18480-ET20190509MR SPRING NOBLE-ET460.04840.141163752.628.24.43.32.891.02-0.064.046132701159
840003206205539S-S-I LEGACY 7672 10613-ET20190506PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET680.06940.111673742.607.23.10.71.950.97-0.853.446139-41158
840003205563161ROSYLANE-LLC FRZZLD 1208420190418MELARRY JOSUPER FRAZZLED-ET76-0.011010.012607762.517.73.71.01.140.23-1.192.74120421156
840003204988575TERRA-LINDA AZTEC 10323-ET20190318PEAK AZTEC-ET650.01850.032058742.657.63.70.61.650.95-0.224.245149381154
840003206205616S-S-I RIVETNG 8778 10690-ET20190525S-S-I BG FRZZLD RIVETING-ET470.07730.14941742.469.95.83.41.781.280.244.044169421153
84000320494390420190429ABS ACHIEVER-ET430.081030.27729762.707.63.82.31.401.58-1.284.648172441152
840003207726573TTM LEGACY SYLVIE-ET20190522PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET560.02860.091623742.498.84.12.12.281.10-0.684.943146111151
84000320526701920190513BOMAZ DAMIEN KANZO-ET530.02710.051553752.678.44.41.91.891.08-0.454.648194541149
840003205251556S-S-I BG 7613 16206-ET20190429BOMAZ DAMIEN KANZO-ET510.05970.191192752.497.93.31.22.801.43-0.185.443152211148
840003201124989RICHMOND-FD L JANETTE-ET20190302CHERRY-LILY ZIP LUSTER-P-ET600.04970.131575742.905.82.21.21.571.33-0.544.447153701148
840003206963338SYNERGY HJ PUNCTUAL-ET20190324PEAK ALTAHOTJOB-ET580.04990.151519752.687.72.1-0.63.472.010.383.743109341146
840003206205600S-S-I KANZO 8238 10674-ET20190522BOMAZ DAMIEN KANZO-ET61-0.02990.062208752.417.92.40.91.380.82-0.084.543105421145
840003205704007MELARRY SSI DEREK 12456-ET20190429S-S-I PR CHARLEY DEREK-ET460.08930.23795752.418.33.71.21.500.94-0.404.746205311144
840003204499868Z-HAPPY DELROY 726120190330S-S-I BG DUKE DELROY-ET470.09810.19732762.586.43.32.01.640.78-0.064.546258511143
840003206205538S-S-I RENEGDE 7672 10612-ET20190506S-S-I PR RENEGADE-ET660.061000.141632742.786.03.41.71.771.290.263.643148111141
840003205768218LARS-ACRES RIVETING DRANK20190429S-S-I BG FRZZLD RIVETING-ET430.05600.08994752.388.24.33.31.951.360.654.046260601141
84000320262450520190308PROGENESIS MODEST RAPTOR465-ET500.09790.18786752.716.62.72.61.921.29-0.893.848236261140
840003150675438PINE-TREE 5976 LEGA 8366-ET20190523PINE-TREE CW LEGACY-ET570.09930.191077752.589.25.41.92.180.870.104.348105151140
84000320525162320190529PEAK ALTAZAREK-ET650.05970.121688742.585.90.60.72.051.13-0.494.546130451138
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840003204121280BOADWINE FRAZZLED 1725520190405MELARRY JOSUPER FRAZZLED-ET660.00800.002136772.588.03.51.12.160.73-0.394.251114491137
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New Oman dairy set to produce a million litres of milk a day

Mazoon Dairy is currently in the final stages of launching production in Oman

Oman’s first dairy project, which plans to produce a million litres of milk per day, is set to open within the next three months.

According to a report in the Times of Oman, the company is in the “final stages of launching production”.

Saleh Al Shanfari CEO of Oman Food Investment Holding Company (OFIHC) told the newspaper the company, Mazoon Dairy, would start producing 350,000 litres of milk per day, but targeted one million litres-a-day within ten years.

He said the farm has the capability for 25,000 cows, with a current, growing herd of 4,000 animals.

“The complexity and size of this unprecedented project in addition to the need to liaise with both local and international contractors has meant we are being cautious about naming our launch day, but having said this, I can assure you that our plan is to deliver the product to the market towards the end of the third quarter in 2019,” Al Shanfari was quoted as saying.

Al Shanfari also said bulk milk production has already begun and is being used for testing. At the same time, excess milk is being exported and sold locally to SMEs and major milk producers.

 

Source: Arabian Business

Brian Carscadden To Judge Agroleite 2019

Agroleite, one of the largest agricultural events in Latin America, will have Canadian Brian Carscadden as Holstein Judge and will participate in the grand final in the choice of the 2019 Supreme Agroleite. The judge arrives in Brazil on Wednesday (14/08) to begin trials on the following day when beautiful heifers and cows.

Carscadden lives in Guelph, is married to Linda, has three children, Craig, Lauren and Colin and in his professional life as well as Product Development Manager at Semex Canada, brings extensive experience in trials around the world. Judged in more than 30 different countries. Among them are exhibitions in Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Ireland, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Japan, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Uruguay, Argentina, Russia, South Africa and Australia. In Europe he also judged major exhibitions in France, Germany and Holland. In North America Brian, between so many Royal Winter Fair and World Dairy Expo have already had their work on track in different races.

In Brazil he judged different exhibitions, among them Agroleite 2008 and now on his return is impressed with the development of the event. “I am very excited to return to Castrolanda and judge for the 4th time. Brazil is one of my favorite countries because of the culture and people I’ve met over the years. The taste for milk activity and the passion for good cows is incomparable. I have watched the growth of Agroleite over the years. I accompanied admiring through photos since my last visit in 2008 when the permanent buildings were just a dream. We will have a fantastic event with a great atmosphere, lots of beautiful cows and heifers prepared world-wide, “said Carscadden.

The Canadian also presents in its curriculum several programs with children and young people, promoting the involvement and incentive for the milk activity. It is he who will also judge in the Agroleite the Cup of Presenters, Club of Calves and Skirt, judgments predicted for Saturday (17/08). 
 
Agroleite 2019 – A new look is the theme of the 2019 Agroleite edition that will be held from August 13 to 17 at the City of Milk and Dario Macedo Exhibition Park in Castro. Check the information and the complete schedule at www.agroleitecastrolanda.com.br  

Milk Futures and Cash Dairy Remain Directionless

On the Chicago Mercantile Exchange milk futures closed mixed at midweek along with cash trade as most traders remain directionless. Class III milk futures closed slightly lower in 2019 but higher 2020. July, September and October each fell a penny while August declined 5 cents. 2020 months ranged from even in February to 10 cents higher in November 2019. Class IV milk closed even in July and November and dropped as much as 9 cents in December. 2020 prices were softer as well with the 2nd quarter losing 24028 cents per cwt. 

CME spot product markets saw mixed trade.  Dry whey up $0.0025 at $0.3225. Two trades were made at $0.32 and $0.3225. Blocks down $0.01 at $1.83. Three trades were made ranging from $1.83 to $1.8325. Barrels up $0.0075 at $1.7675. Two trades were made at $1.77 and $1.78. Butter up $0.0125 at $2.4075. Two trades were made at $2.4075 and $2.41. Nonfat dry milk unchanged at $1.0375. Two trades were made at $1.0350 and $1.0375.

Grain markets on Wednesday began the day lower but reversed course and closed higher in all 3 complexes. Corn settled 2.5 cents higher on new crop to $4.395. Soybeans added 8.5 cents to $9.1275 per bu. The wheat complex added 2 cents in Chicago, Kansas City and Minneapolis.

Dairy Cares of Wisconsin seeks sponsors

There’s still time to step up.

On Saturday, July 27, Dairy Cares of Wisconsin will host its ninth annual Garden Party in De Pere, benefiting Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Businesses and individuals have the opportunity to participate in this always-memorable evening of friendship and philanthropy.

Over the past eight years, Dairy Cares has gifted a combined total of more than $1 million to Children’s Hospital, a Milwaukee-based medical system that provides health care services to some of the most critically ill children. While the bulk of these funds have been raised by Wisconsin dairy farmers and dairy industry partners, the participation and support of any interested organizations or individuals is welcome.

“Every sponsor, every donor, plays a key role in supporting these children and their families,” says Jim Ostrom, dairyman and co-founder of Dairy Cares. “We can all make a difference in their lives.”

Last year, Children’s Hospital named its new simulation lab in honor of Dairy Cares for the group’s ongoing support. The lab is an experiential learning space that helps doctors and nurses practice and prepare for medical crises and worst-case scenarios.

Making your gift to Dairy Cares is easy. To give online, visit chw.org/dairycares. For more information on becoming a Dairy Cares sponsor, visit www.dairycaresofwisconsin.org, or contact Laurie Fischer at 920-366-1880 or laurie@lauriefischergroup.com. Sponsorships can also be mailed directly to Dairy Cares of Wisconsin, Inc., 1835 E. Edgewood Drive, Suite 10571, Appleton, Wis., 54913.

About Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

Headquartered in Milwaukee, the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin provides statewide care through 40 different locations. These various sites provide a range of specialized services, from dealing with childhood terminal illness and cancer to psychological disorders. Experts in premature birth, the neonatal intensive care unit is ranked top in the nation.For more information, visit the website at chw.org.

 

GenoSource Hires Director of Marketing

We’re excited to announce the onboarding of Laura Finley as our Director of Marketing. As we have expanded our genetic offerings we created a need to focus on our branding and marketing to the global industry. Finley will be responsible for assessing and developing marketing plans, executing all marketing efforts, and strengthening our brand awareness.

Finley earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Life Sciences Communication with an emphasis in Dairy Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2015. Over the past four years, she has excelled in agricultural sales and marketing roles. She is no stranger to the dairy industry, haven grown up showing dairy cattle as well as on 4H and University Judging teams. In 2014 she was the awarded with the High Individual honors at the Intercollegiate Judging Contest at World Dairy Expo, her team placed first as well.

Finley is an active member in her state and national Holstein Association’s, is a judging coach for her local county juniors and a co-chair of the Youth Dairy Classic show held in Iowa. Her industry connections and understanding of registered Holstein genetics makes her a great addition to the GenoSource team.

TOMBETH LINJET ELOUISE Wins Grand at 2019 Wisconsin Championship Holstein Show

July 9, 2019 @ Madison, WI
Judge: Blair Weeks, PEI

TOMBETH LINJET ELOUISE

GRAND CHAMPION, BRED & OWNED CHAMPION & BEST UDDER, OPEN SHOW: TOMBETH LINJET ELOUISE-ET (LINJET), 1ST AGED COW, TOM & ELIZABETH KEARNS, GAYS MILS
RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION, OPEN SHOW: SCO-LO-AF SID SANGRIA-ET (SID), 1ST SR 3-YEAR-OLD, JAMES OSTROM & JOHN VOSTERS, KAUKAUNA
HM CHAMPION, OPEN SHOW: FRADON ARMANI JORDEY-ET (ARMANI), 1ST 5-YEAR-OLD, MICHAEL & JULIE DUCKETT, RUDOLPH

SENIOR CHAMPION, OPEN SHOW: TOMBETH LINJET ELOUISE-ET (LINJET), 1ST AGED COW, TOM & ELIZABETH KEARNS, GAYS MILLS
RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION, OPEN SHOW: FRADON ARMANI JORDEY-ET (ARMANI), 1ST 5-YEAR-OLD, MICHAEL & JULIE DUCKETT, RUDOLPH
HM SENIOR CHAMPION, OPEN SHOW: ANITA ABSOLUTE JOLENE-RED (ABSOLUTE), 1ST 4-YEAR-OLD, MILK SOURCE LLC, KAUKAUNA

GRAND CHAMPION, JUNIOR SHOW: SYNERGY ANAHEIM MAGNOLIA (ANAHEIM), 2ND FOUR-YEAR-OLD, M, C & E JAUQUET & M, C & S HAACK, PULASKI
RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION, JUNIOR SHOW: MS TORA-RANWAY WHITEROSE (GOLD CHIP), 4TH JR THREE-YEAR-OLD, ALEK & BROOKE KRUEGER, HAZEL GREEN
HM GRAND CHAMPION, JUNIOR SHOW: MS KRESS-HILL SAPHIRE-RED-ET (AVALANCHE), 1ST FALL YEARLING, OWEN & KENDYL KRESS & SAVANAH BARTS, NEWTON

SENIOR CHAMPION, JUNIOR SHOW: SYNERGY ANAHEIM MAGNOLIA (ANAHEIM), 2ND FOUR-YEAR-OLD, M, C & E JAUQUET & M, C & S HAACK, PULASKI
RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION, JUNIOR SHOW: KNH-ENDRES BRADNICK OASIS (BRADNICK), 4TH FOUR-YEAR OLD, MIKAYLA ENDRES & JOSEPH TROY OPSAL, LONE ROCK
HM SENIOR CHAMPION, JUNIOR SHOW: RANSOM-RAIL BRAXTON KALEY (BRAXTON), 1ST PRODUCTION COW, OLIVIA & KADEN HORN, LOYAL

CHAMPION BRED & OWNED, JUNIOR SHOW: WEIGLAND BYWAY ALEXEE-ET (BYWAY), 4TH FALL CALF, KAELYN, KENADEE & KEEGAN WEIGEL, PLATTEVILLE

INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION, JUNIOR SHOW: MS TORA-RANWAY WHITEROSE-ET (GOLD CHIP), 4TH JR 3-YEAR-OLD, ALEX & BROOKE KRUEGER, HAZEL GREEN
RESERVE INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION, JUNIOR SHOW: BELLA-RIDGE BEAUTY QUEEN (DOORMAN), 3RD JR 2-YEAR OLD, J. L & M HARBAUGH & A & A LOEHR, MARION
HM INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION, JUNIOR SHOW: BUDJON-ABBOTT ALEXANDRA-ET (DOORMAN), 3RD SR 2-YEAR-OLD, KAELYN, KENADEE & KEEGAN WEIGEL, PLATTEVILLE

INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION, OPEN SHOW: SCO-LO-AF SID SANGRIA-ET (SID), 1ST SENIOR 3-YEAR-OLD, JAMES OSTROM & JOHN VOSTERS, KAUKAUNA
RESERVE INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION, OPEN SHOW: WHITEHEAD DOORMAN LIQUOR (DOORMAN), 2ND SENIOR 3-YEAR-OLD, JASON & BAILEE KEARNS, GAYS MILLS
HM INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION, OPEN SHOW: MILKSOURCE GOLDWYN CAPRI-ET (GOLDWYN), 1ST SENIOR 2-YEAR-OLD, MILK SOURCE LLC & ROBERT SABO, KAUKAUNA

JUNIOR CHAMPION, OPEN SHOW: SUN-MADE JACOBY JAY JAZZ-ET (JACOBY), 1ST FALL CALF, CRAVE BROTHERS LLC, WATERLOO
RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION, OPEN SHOW: BLEXYS CRUSH BUDWEISER-ET (CRUSH), 1ST WINTER CALF, BUDJON, VAIL, ABBOTT, VAN EXEL & WOODMANSEE, LOMIRA
HM JUNIOR CHAMPION, OPEN SHOW: HAMMERTIME DOORMAN NOVA-ET (DOORMAN), 1ST SUMMER YEARLING, HAMMERTIME, MILKSOURCE & LEGENDHOLM, POYNETTE

JUNIOR CHAMPION, JUNIOR SHOW: MS KRESS-HILL SAPHIRE-RED-ET (AVALANCHE), 1ST FALL YEARLING, OWEN & KENDYL KRESS & SAVANAH BARTS, NEWTON
RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION, JUNIOR SHOW: GOLDEN-OAKS AV TESLA-ET, (AVALANCHE) 2ND WINTER CALF, JACOB, LOGAN & MADISON HARBAUGH, MARION
HM JUNIOR CHAMPION, JUNIOR SHOW: GVGOLDENVIEW LADYLIBERTY (GOLD CHIP), 3RD FALL CALF, BENJAMIN T & SARA A KRONBERG, MILTON

PREMIER BREEDER & EXHIBITOR: DUCKETT HOLSTEINS, RUDOLPH

SPRING HEIFER CALF (10 AND UNDER) (9)
1. (1ST JR, 1ST B&O) BELLA-RIDGE TATOO DEMOISELE (TATOO), J., L. & M HARBAUGH & A. & A. LOEHR, MARION
2. LADY ROSE CAUGHT YOUR EYE-ET (UNIX), ROSEDALE GENETICS & F. & D. BORBA, OXFORD
3. (2ND JR)MAUK-E-WAY AMMO KYLER-ET (AMMO-P), NATALIE MAUK & CAMPBELL BOOTH, PLYMOUTH
4. (1ST JR B&O) HOBBY-HILL DENVER ELIZABETH (DENVER), GRACIE & CHENEY SPEICH, ORFORDVILLE
5. VANDOSKES TATOO HAI (TATOO), B, B & REID VANDOSKE & A. RADUE, CLEVELAND

SPRING HEIFER CALF (14)
1. (1ST JR, 1ST B&O) BELLA-RIDGE TATOO DEMOISELE (TATOO), J., L. & M. HARBAUGH & A. & A. LOEHR, MARION
2. DUCKETT DOORMAN SIERRA-TW (DOORMAN), MICHAEL & JULIE DUCKETT, RUDOLPH
3. HEATHERSTONE WHITNEY0RED-ET (AVALANCHE), HEATHERSTONE ENTERPRISES, BARABOO
4. ELMLO TRULY A DIVA-ET (DEFIANT), JANES & AUSTEN SCHMIDT, CASCADE
5. KAMPS-RX AB MISS AMERICA-ET (UNDENIED), CADE & TODD STANEK, FALL CREEK

WINTER HEIFER CALF (34)
1. (1ST B&O) BLEXYS CRUSH BUDWEISER-ET (CRUSH), BUDJON, VAIL, ABBOTT, VAN EXEL & WOODMANSEE, LOMIRA
2. (1ST JR) GOLDEN-OAKS AV TESSLA-ET (AVALANCHE), JACOB, LOGAN & MADISON HARBAUGH, MARION
3. COW-PALACE DIAMOND ASIA-RED (DIAMONDBACK), SAN-RON HOLSTEINS, SHEBOYGAN
4. RUTI DENVER GEORGIA-TW (DENVER), TIM & BARB NATZKE, FOND DU LAC
5. MS ROLLNVIEW JUMP4FUN-RED-ET (AVALANCHE), JACOB, LOGAN & MADISON HARBAUGH, MARION

FALL HEIFER CALF (34)
1. SUN-MADE CRAVE JAY JAZZ-ET (JACOBY), CRAVE BROTHERS FARM LLC, WATERLOO
2. MS JACOBY DOORMAND BETTE-ET (DOORMAN), MIKE AND JULIE DUCKETT AND PAT CONROY, RUDOLPH
3. (1ST JR) GVGOLDENVIEW LADYLIBERTY (COLD CHIP), BENJAMIN T & SARA A KRONBERG, MILTON
4. (2ND JR, 1ST B&O) WEIGLAND BYWAY ALEXEE-ET (BYWAY), KAELYN, KENADEE & KEEGAN WEIGEL, PLATTEVILLE
5. VIRHADA JACOBY RHYS (JACOBY), VIRHADA HOSTEINS LLC, MT. HOREB

SUMMER YEARLING (15)
1. (B&O) HAMMERTIME DOORMAN NOVA-ET (DOORMAN), HAMMERTIME, MILKSOURCE & LEGENDHOLM, POYNETTE
2. HAMMERTIME DOORMAN NANDA-ET (DOORMAN), HAMMERTIME HOLSTEINS, POYNETTE
3. ELMLO DOORMAN TOPSIDE-ET (DOORMAN), JAMES & AUSTEN SCHMIDT, CASCADE
4. (1ST JR) OCD BYWAY MINKA-ET (BYWAY), BENJAMIN T & SARA A KRONBERG, MILTON
5. DUCKETT AVALANCHE AMBER-ET (AVALANCHE), MICHAEL & JULIE DUCKETT, RUDOLPH

SPRING YEARLING (11)
1. (1ST B&O) LEAWOOD SASSY GIRL-RED (JORDY), ROBIN KROHLOW, POYNETTE
2. MILKSOURCE GOLD MARLEY-ET (GOLDWYN), MILKSOURCE LLC, KAUKAUNA
3. (1ST JR) GAEDTKE DIAMONDBACK ASIA, J J H A K & A GAEDTKE & M B & J KNOLL, LUXEMBURG
4. (2ND JR) MS MAUK-E-WAY ROSA-RED-ET (JORDY), COLE, AVA, CAMPBELL & ROYCE BOOTH, PLYMOUTH
5. RED-BRAE DOORMAN THERESA-ET (DOORMAN), ELISE & BRADY BLECK, GLENBEULAH

WINTER YEARLING (8)
1. (1ST B&O) RYAN-VU MARIO SERENADE (MARIO), B & M ZILLGES, M ZILLGES & D & C RYAN, FOND DU LAC
2. MIMIK-NELS A CARAMAC-RED-ET (AVALANCHE), JACOB, LOGAN & MADISON HARBAUGH, MARION
3. BELLA-VIEW SOLOMON ARUBA (SOLOMON), SCOTT FELLEN & PAIGE VOSSEKUIL, ST CLOUD
4. ELMLO REBOUND SASHA (REBOUND), AUSTEN SCHMIDT, CASCADE
5. (1ST JR) LARS-ACRES DOORMAN FRUITY (DOORMAN), BROOKE, DANE & LUKE TRUSTEM, EVANSVILLE

FALL YEARLING (5)
1. (1ST JR, 1ST B&O) MS KRESS-HIL SAPHIRE-RED-ET (AVALANCHE), OWEN & KENDYL KRESS & SAVANAH BARTS, NEWTON
2. RYAN-VU DOORMAN SHINE (DOORMAN), B & M ZILLGES, M ZILLGES & D & C RYAN, FOND DU LAC
3. RYAN-CREST MARIO EXCITING (MARIO), JOSEPH TROY OPSAL, BLUE MOUNDS
4. DUCKETT DBACK FANTASIA-ET (DIAMONDBACK), COREY METCALF, MILTON
5. MEYERLYN DANDSON PREVAIL (DEFIANT), KATIE MARTIN, DARLINGTON

JUNIOR BEST 3 FEMALES (3)
1. HAMMERTIME HOLSTEINS, POYNETTE
2. KAELYN, KENADEE & KEEGAN WEIGEL, PLATTEVILLE
3. RYAN-VU HOLSTEINS, FOND DU LAC

MILKING YEARLING (1)
1. (B&O, BU) DUCKETT SOLOMON LETA (SOLOMON) MICHAEL & JULIE DUCKETT, RUDOLPH

SUMMER JUNIOR 2-YEAR-OLD COW (3)
1. (B&O, BU) DUCKETT DOORMAN TABBY, (DOORMAN), MICHAEL & JULIE DUCKETT, RUDOLPH
2. (1ST JR) CROWLEYVIEW DOORMAN LUXI (DOORMAN), J L &M HARBAUGH & A & A LOEHR, MARION
3. (2ND JR) HOBBY-HILL ATWOOD GIBLER, (ATWOOD), GRACIN & CHESNEY SPEICH, ORFORDVILLE

JUNIOR 2-YEAR-OLD (7)
1. (1ST B&O, BU) ZIEMS JACOBY LOS ANGLES-ET (JACOBY), TIMOTHY & LEAH ZIEMBA, CAMBRIDGE
2. APPLE-PTS ARRIE AWESOME (SID) MAPLE-LEIGH, E KUEFFNER & L HEFTS, DELAVAN
3. (1ST JR) BELLA-RIDGE BEAUTY QUEEN, (DOORMAN), J, L & M HARBAUGH & A & A LOEHR, MARION
4. (2ND JR) GOLDENFLO EXPANDER RAGS (EXPANDER), KALISTA, KAINNE & KAYDANCE HODORFF, EDEN
5. CRAVE A ANNABELL 10548-ET (AWESOME), ROSEANNE CRAVE, WATERLOO

SENIOR 2-YEAR-OLD (7)
1. (1ST B&O, BU) MILKSOURCE GOLDWYN CAPRI-ET (GOLDWYN), MILK SOURCE LLC, KAUKAUNA
2. J-FOLTS AWESOME KOKULANI (AWESOME), MICHAEL & JULIE DUCKETT, RUDOLPH
3. (1ST JR) BUDJON-ABBOTT ALEXANDRA-ET (DOORMAN), KAELYN, KENADEE & KEEGAN WEIGEL, PLATTEVILLE
4. MAR-LINDA-K SWEET SENSATION (AIRLIFT), MAR-LINDA-K HOLSTEINS, JOHNSON CREEK
5. MAPLE-DOWNS ADRIANA (AVALANCHE), TIM & BARB NATZKE & MAPLE LEIGH FUTURES, FOND DU LAC

JUNIOR 3-YEAR-OLD (4)
1. (1ST B&O) RANSOM-RAIL CALISTA (BYWAY), MILK SOURCE LLC & RANSOM RAIL, KAUKAUNA
2. (BU) DUCKETT GC NAOMI (GOLD CHIP), MICHAEL & JULIE DUCKETT, RUDOLPH
3. ROSEDALE UNSCRIPTED DRAMA-ET (DOORMAN), ROSEDALE GENETICS LTD., OXFORD
4. (1ST JR) MS TORA-RANWAY WHITEROSE-ET (GOLD CHIP), ALEX & BROOKE KRUEGER, HAZEL GREEN

SENIOR 3-YEAR-OLD ()
1. (BU) SCO-LO-AF SID SANGRIA-ET (SID), JAMES OSTROM & JOHN VOSTERS, KAUKAUNA
2. (1ST B&O) WHITEHEAD DOORMAN LIQUOR (DOORMAN), JASON & KAILEE KEARNS, GAYS MILLS
3. MS MILKSOURCE RIVAL KYRA-ET (ARCHRIVAL), MILK SOURCE LLC & CRESCENTMEAD, KAUKAUNA
4. BERRYRIDGE BRADNICK JAIME (BRADNICK), CHANDLER & CALVIN BENING, LOMIRA
5. DUCKETT ATWD TINSEL-ET (ATWOOD), MICHAEL & JULIE DUCKETT, RUDOLPH

4-YEAR-OLD COW (7)
1. (BU) ANITA ABSOLUTE JOLENE-RED (ABSOLUTE), MILK SOURCE LLC, KAUKAUNA
2. (1ST JR, 1ST B&O) SYNERGY ANAHEIM MAGNOLIA-ET (ANAHEIM), M C & E JAUQUET & M, C & SHAACK, PULASKI
3. DI-VAN MCCUTCHEN ALIVIA-ET (MCCUTCHEN), TIMOTHY & LEAH ZIEMBA, CAMBRIDGE
4. (2ND JR) KNH-ENDRES BRADNICK OASIS (BRADNICK), MIKAYLA ENDRES & JOSEPH TROY OPSAL, LONE ROCK
5. KIKO MOGUL MARA 1095 (MOGUL), GARRETT SCHMIDT & NORM NABHOLZ, MELROSE

5-YEAR-OLD COW (6)
1. (BU) FRADON ARMANI JORDEY (ARMANI), MICHAEL & JULIE DUCKETT, RUDOLPH
2. GAMBLIN ARMANI GLADE (ARMANI), ROSEDALE GENETICS, D HOVDEN & MB-LUCKYLADY FARM, OXFORD
3. CRESTOMERE GOLDEN VIEW-ET (GOLDWYN), CALVIN & CHANDLER BENING, LOMIRA
4. (1ST B&O) TOMBETH EXTREME WENDY (EXTREME), TOM & ELIZABETH KEARNS, GAYS MILLS
5. OCEAN-VIEW GOLDSN ANNABELLA (GOLDSUN), OCEAN VIEW GENETICS & MARTIN ATRUCIO, DEERFIELD

AGED COW (3)
1. (1ST B&O, BU) TOMBETH LINJET ELOUISE-ET (LINJET), TOM & ELIZABETH KEARNS, GAYS MILLS
2. VAL-O-SKELETT ATWOOD STARS (ATWOOD), M, E & N GILBERTSON & G & H FLANNERY, HOLLANDALE
3. MISS APPLE SNAPPLE-RED-ET (REDBURST), MILK SOURCE LLC, KAUKAUNA

150,000 LB. COW (1)
1 (1ST JR) RANSOM-RAIL BRAXTON KALEY (BRAXTON), OLIVIA & KADEN HORN, LOYAL

SENIOR BEST 3 FEMALES (1)
1. DUCKETT HOLSTEINS, RUDOLPH

PRODUCE OF DAM
1. OCEAN-VIEW FARMS, DEERFIELD
2. WEIGEL HOLSTEINS, PLATTEVILLE

DAM & DAUGHTER (2)
1. GILBERTSON & FLANNERY, HOLLANDALE
2. WEIGEL HOLSTEINS, PLATTEVILLE

More Midwest farmers leave dairying

Inside the barn at the Groth family farm, the stalls are empty. The bedding is still there, but the cows are gone. Glen Groth’s family has been milking cows south of Ridgeway for 50 years. After earning a degree in dairy science, he became the third generation of dairy farmers in his family and the local Farm Bureau president in one of Minnesota’s top milk-producing counties. “That was my dream — to build a big dairy farm,” he said.

Sometimes life has other plans. This February, Groth and his wife made the difficult decision to sell their 62-cow herd, stop milking, and focus on crop farming. “It was emotionally wrenching, and it took place over the course of three years,” Groth said of the decision. “It was like putting your dog down. You know your dog is suffering, but still, you don’t want to take your dog to the vet,” he explained. Groth feels fortunate nonetheless. He didn’t have to search for a job in town, and he managed to sell his herd for a decent price. Groth and his family are now in a position to be more successful and have more free time. “We didn’t stop farming, and our farm financial situation is more stable for [the decision],” he stated. “It doesn’t mean I don’t feel bad about it a few times a day.”

Groth is not alone. Across Winona County and across the Midwest, years of persistently low prices have pushed dairy farmers to the point where many are leaving the industry and way of life. Between 2012 and 2017, the U.S. lost one-fifth of its dairy farms, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Census of Agriculture. 

Wisconsin alone lost 2,736 dairy farms, while the number of Minnesota dairies fell by 1,211. In percentage terms, the decline was even more drastic in Winona County, where the number of dairies fell by a third, from 205 to 136 farms. Some of those former dairy farmers are now crop farming, raising beef, working off-farm jobs, or some combination.

Why are farmers leaving the dairy industry? “The margins haven’t been there,” Riverland Community College Farm Management Instructor Tom Anderson said. As some dairy farms continue to increase in size in order to achieve economies of scale, overall milk production is going up, he noted. However, that increased supply combined with tariffs, which limit the marketing of U.S. milk abroad, have created oversupply that depresses prices, Anderson explained. On top of that, many dairy farms — not just the largest ones — face major regulatory hurdles in expanding and modernizing their facilities, he stated.

Minnesota milk prices fell from over $26 per hundredweight in 2014 to under $13.50 last year. Ups and downs are normal in agriculture, but the recent slump in dairy profitability just won’t go away. “We’re in the fifth year of a three-year downturn,” Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) Commissioner Thom Petersen said.

Since 2015, prices have rarely topped $18, according to the USDA. The Minnesota State Farm Business Management Program reported that the average cost of production on Minnesota dairies is $17.29 per hundredweight of milk. That means that, for four and a half years, Minnesota dairy farmers have rarely been able to make a profit on all their hard work. The Minnesota State Farm Business Management Program report found that the average dairy farm brought in a grand total of $14,729 in net income in 2018. Some categories of farms lost several thousand dollars on average.

“It’s been quite challenging for the last couple years when you can’t cover your costs and payments and labor,” Lewiston-area dairy farmer Duane Wirt stated. “It’s not easy mentally — getting up in the morning and knowing that each cow you milk is going to lose you money. And how long do you want to bleed red ink?” he added.

Wirt is an established dairy farmer, and despite the challenges, he said he is not getting out of the business anytime soon. “If you’ve got most of your bills paid and you’re not buying a farm or anything, you’re going to lose some equity, but your bills are paid, so you can keep plugging forward,” Wirt stated.

Groth is a younger farmer, and he said the investment needed to expand and modernize his milking operation proved to be a major challenge. “The problem when you’re trying to grow in the dairy industry is almost all of your investments are in infrastructure,” he stated. The tractors and equipment needed for crop farming can be re-sold at decent prices, but a $1-million barn is another story. “You can get pennies on the dollar when you try to sell it,” Groth stated. It is hard to finance capital improvements like a new barn in the first place when profit margins are so thin. “The principal and interest would eat up much of our income,” Groth said.

The loss of dairy farms has a ripple effect on the rural economy. When farmers switch from milking to raising crops, Anderson explained, “You don’t need a vet, you don’t the livestock supply places, you don’t need the equipment repair shops.”

Groth employed a part-time farm hand to help with milking and other livestock chores, but when he sold the herd to focus on crop farming, he no longer had work for his employee. “We normally have a full-time person for every 50 cows on a dairy farm. When you go to a crop farm, you maybe have a full-time person for every 1,500 acres,” Anderson stated.

“If we don’t have livestock in Southeast Minnesota, we’ll become a Southwestern Minnesota community,” Anderson stated. “A lot of those communities don’t have a gas station anymore. They don’t have a grocery store. And what happened? Well, they didn’t have livestock anymore.”

The federal and state governments are trying to offer some help to dairy farmers. The 2018 federal Farm Bill established a new dairy insurance program called Dairy Margin Coverage (DMC), which offers farmers insurance against drops in profitability. If profit margins drop below a certain level, the program will compensate milk producers. Catastrophic coverage against very, very low — and very unlikely — dips in profit margins is available for just $100 per year, and farmers can buy various levels of higher coverage. DMC replaces a similar program in the old Farm Bill, but federal officials say the new program will be more responsive to farmers’ needs and offer them better protection than the old one.

To encourage farmers to participate in the federal margin insurance program and to provide some immediate financial relief, the MDA rolled out its new Dairy Assistance, Investment, and Relief Initiative (DAIRI) last month. That program will offer a 10-cent-per-hundredweight payment to small- and mid-sized dairies — those with up to 60 million pounds of milk per year or around 775 cows — that enroll in the DMC for five years. The legislature appropriated $8 million to the program, most of which state officials expect will be spent making the first 10-cent-per-hundredweight payments. After that first payment, any remaining money will be divided between participating farms and the program will end. Farmers can apply for both DAIRI and DMC at local Farm Service Agency offices.

“This program is really focused on making sure medium and small dairy farms can stay in business when prices dip,” Assistant MDA Commissioner Whitney Place said. “The intent for this program was to incentive medium- and small-sized dairy farms to sign up for the [DMC] program for five years, and the additional goal is that they’ll be receiving a payment from the state that’ll help them hold on until federal payments come.”

Why spend money trying to save dairy farms? “In 2018, we lost about 300 dairy farms in Minnesota,” Place answered. “That’s just a number, but that loss is very real. It takes an emotional toll on farmers. We know we’re dealing with a lot of stress and mental health issues in our rural communities. That affects those rural communities, it affects the businesses on Main Street, and we think it’s worth investing in these small- and medium-sized dairy farms.” While the market is currently favoring larger dairy farms, smaller farms are not doomed, Place said. “Once prices come back up, some of these farms could make it. They just need to get through this dip,” she stated.

Back on the farm outside Ridgeway, Groth joked that he had become a spokesperson for selling one’s herd. It was an extremely difficult decision, but ultimately the right one, he said. “I thought in the back of my mind, ‘There are all of these people I admire and look up to that went through these dramatic career changes. They didn’t just stick with it no matter what. They made a change, and they’re better off for it,’” Groth said.

The declining number of dairies is not just a new phenomenon. Many of Groth’s neighbors have stories about when they sold their herd, he said. It may have happened 20 or 30 years ago, but all throughout the neighborhood there are people who went through the same experience, he stated.

Source: Winona Post

Government may be relieved to see Westland milk sold to Chinese conglomerate

Information received by RNZ news suggests government ministers might have been relieved to see Westland Milk Products sold to a chinese conglomerate.

Westland Milk Products has revised its payout to between $5 and $5.40 per kg.

Westland Milk Products has revised its payout to between $5 and $5.40 per kg. Photo: PHOTO NZ

That meant they were saved from having to entertain the possibility of bailing out the company using tax payer funds.

Shareholders voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to sell Westland Milk Products to China’s Yili conglomerate for $3.41 a share, or $588 million all up.

This deal now needs approval from the Overseas Investment Office, which is thought likely to be granted.

As the sale loomed, several politicians including two ministers – Damien O’Connor and Shane Jones – expressed opposition to the Chinese buy-out, blaming Westland management for letting the situation get to the point it did.

But RNZ understands ministers might also be breathing a sigh of relief that farmer-shareholders gave Yili the thumbs up.

That is because rejection of the Yili deal might have left the taxpayer being forced to pick up the tab.

RNZ knows that this possibility was considered at the highest levels of Wellington bureaucracy.

It was further told that there had been discussions about a potential bailout by government ministers.

Asked about this, a government official said he “couldn’t help with that query.”

But the matter has also been discussed by some farmer shareholders on the coast.

The argument went that any failure of Westland Milk Products would devastate a region like the West Coast, which was economically vulnerable already.

It is not certain that Westland would have collapsed if a sale had been rejected.

But analysis done for ANZ bank suggests it would have struggled.

Its debt was $342.5 million, which is almost 60 percent of the value of the company, according to Yili’s offer.

But an independent valuation offered before the sale put the the value of shares far lower, at $0.88 to $1.38.

At that rate, Westland would have been in negative equity.

And meeting payments on the $342.5 million debt would have been hard without Yili’s buy-in, according to one farmer shareholder, Peter Langford.

“Shareholders (would have been) tapped into to cover that debt with retentions between 20 to 40, maybe 50 cents (per kg of milk solids),” said Mr Langford, who is also West Coast President of Federated Farmers.

“No-one knows when it will stop, and if you take 50 cents off a farmer’s potential payout, it is hundreds of thousands of dollars over time.”

Mr Langford also said 31 farmers within range of Fonterra’s collection systems would have quit the company if it had not sold, leaving even fewer farmers available to pay Westland’s debt.

“It would be a nightmare.”

Source: Radio NZ

Drought An Unlikely Bonus For Cash-strapped Australian Dairy Farmers

Drought-affected milk supply is driving a bump in the price paid to Australia’s dairy farmers as processors scramble to secure product.

Paul Mumford, president of United Dairyfarmers of Victoria, said a reduction in milk supply, driven by the drought, had pushed up farmgate prices.

He said it was a relief for farmers that milk prices were now fair and equitable, but the increased price highlighted the Australian dairy industry was going through a tumultuous time.

“Because we have seen so many farmers leave the industry, the pressure is now on the pro cessors,” Mr Mumford said.

“They are scrambling for milk, which is good for dairy farmers but it is showing the stresses of the Australian dairy industry.”

New Zealand-owned dairy giant Fonterra revealed in May that the reduction in the Australian milk pool had forced a planned closure of its plant in Dennington, in the Western District of Victoria, near Warrnambool.

Fonterra said that like many processors and farmers across Australian dairy, it continued to feel the impact of industry structural challenges and a reduction in the milk pool, which led to excess processing capacity across the industry.

Mr Mumford said it was a “farmers’ market” right now as processors were already offering a counter-offer to their recent rec ord opening milk prices.

Fonterra recently raised its opening milk price for the new season by 20c to $6.80 a kilogram of milk solids. Bega Cheese increased its new season’s opening price by 15c to $6.75/kg MS.

Local farmers are now getting about 50c/kg MS more than the global price.

Investment bank Morgans outlined that it appeared that processors were overpaying for milk supply. Morgans analyst Belinda Moore said that on the back of dry conditions and significantly increased farming costs, Australia’s milk supply was expected to decline again in fiscal 2020, following a particularly challenging season in fiscal 2019.

“Falling milk supply and excess manufacturing capacity is leading to fierce competition for milk and causing dairy manufacturers to once again offer a farmgate milk price in excess of what it should be under more normal circumstances,” Ms Moore said.

Specialist agribusiness bank Rabobank recently lifted its milk price forecast. It outlined in its latest Global Dairy Quarterly report that tightening global milk supply, reduced stocks and solid demand meant market fundamentals remained strong for dairy exporters.

Rabobank senior dairy analyst Michael Harvey said in the report that despite the improving outlook for milk pricing, the challenge to begin rebuilding milk supply would linger into the new Australian season.

“Many dairy farm operators will need time to rebuild herds. With a return to profitability as milk prices improve, an immediate focus will be on repairs and maintenance ahead of major expansion projects,” Mr Harvey said.

Source: The Australian

8,000 years of drinking milk – the Ancient History of Producing Milk

Milk-producing mammals were an important part of early agriculture in the world. Goats were among our earliest domesticated animals, first adapted in western Asia from wild forms about 10,000 to 11,000 years ago. Cattle were domesticated in the eastern Sahara by no later than 9,000 years ago. We surmise that at least one primary reason for this process was to make a source of meat easier to get than by hunting. But domestic animals also are good for milk and milk products like cheese and yogurt (part of what V.G. Childe and Andrew Sherratt once called the Secondary Products Revolution). So―when did dairying first start and how do we know that?

The earliest evidence to date for the processing of milk fats comes from the Early Neolithic of the seventh millennium BC in northwestern Anatolia; the sixth millennium BC in eastern Europe; the fifth millennium BC in Africa; and the fourth millennium BC in Britain and Northern Europe (Funnel Beaker culture).

Dairying Evidence

Evidence for dairying―that is to say, milking dairy herds and transforming them into dairy products such as butter, yogurt, and cheese―is only known because of the combined techniques of stable isotope analysis and lipid research. Until that process was identified in the early 21st century (by Richard P. Evershed and colleagues), ceramic strainers (perforated pottery vessels) were considered the only potential method of recognizing the processing of dairy products.

Lipid Analysis

Lipids are molecules which are insoluble in water, including fats, oils, and waxes: butter, vegetable oil, and cholesterol are all lipids. They are present in dairy products (cheese, milk, yogurt) and archaeologists like them because, under the right circumstances, lipid molecules can be absorbed into ceramic pottery fabric and preserved for thousands of years. Further, lipid molecules which are from milk fats from goats, horses, cattle, and sheep can be easily distinguished from other adipose fats such as that produced by animal carcass processing or cooking.

Ancient lipid molecules have the best chance of surviving for hundreds or thousands of years if the vessel was used repeatedly for producing cheese, butter or yogurt; if the vessels are preserved near the production site and can be associated with the processing; and if the soils in the vicinity of the site where the sherds are found are relatively free-draining and acidic or neutral pH rather than alkaline.

Researchers extract lipids from the fabric of the pots using organic solvents, and then that material is analyzed using a combination of gas chromatography and mass spectrometry; stable isotope analysis provides the origin of the fats.

Dairying and Lactase Persistence

Of course, not every person on the earth can digest milk or milk products. A recent study (Leonardi et al 2012) described genetic data concerning the continuation of lactose tolerance in adulthood. The molecular analysis of genetic variants in modern people suggests that the adaptation and evolution of the ability of adults to consume fresh milk occurred rapidly in Europe during the transition to agriculturalist lifestyles, as a byproduct of the adaptation to dairying. But the inability of adults to consume fresh milk may also have been a spur to inventing other methods for using milk proteins: cheese making, for example, reduces the amount of lactose acid in dairy.

Cheese-Making

Producing cheese from milk was clearly a useful invention: cheese may be stored for a longer period than raw milk, and it was definitely more digestible for the earliest farmers. While archaeologists have found perforated vessels on early Neolithic archaeological sites and interpreted them as cheese strainers, direct evidence of this use was first reported in 2012 (Salque et al).

Making cheese involves adding an enzyme (typically rennet) to milk to coagulate it and create curds. The remaining liquid, called whey, needs to drip away from the curds: modern cheesemakers use a combination of a plastic sieve and a muslin cloth of some sort as a filter to perform this action. The earliest perforated pottery sieves known to date are from Linearbandkeramik sites in interior central Europe, between 5200 and 4800 cal BC.

Salque and colleagues used gas chromatography and mass spectrometry to analyze organic residues from fifty sieve fragments found on a handful of LBK sites on the Vistula River in the Kuyavia region of Poland. Perforated pots tested positive for high concentrations of dairy residues when compared to cooking pots. Bowl-form vessels also included dairy fats and may have been used with the sieves to collect the whey.

Source: ThoughtCo

Video shows Wisconsin dairy farmer playing peek-a-boo with cow

A Wisconsin dairy farmer started a game of peek-a-boo with one of his cows, and the cow actually played back.

Jason Leedle and his wife, Lindsay, run a dairy farm with their family in Lake Geneva.

Jason was washing his hands when the cow came up to a window near the sink. Jason started to duck down, so she followed his lead.

They kept the game going for a bit too. Lindsay posted their game on Facebook and was laughing right at the start of the video.

Their children even decided to nickname the cow “Peekaboo” because of the encounter.

 
Source: WGN

Easterday family plans to re-open Oregon’s second-largest dairy

It’s been five months since Lost Valley Farm closed and sold off its remaining herd of dairy cattle. The facilities have now been scrubbed clean, and the massive free-stall barns await their new tenants.

Lost Valley’s owner had big ambitions when he opened the dairy in spring 2017 near Boardman, Ore. It was supposed to have 30,000 animals at full capacity, making it the second-largest in the state. Instead, it became a high-profile disaster as regulators cited more than 200 wastewater violations and its owner declared bankruptcy within a year.

Cody Easterday is aware of the controversy. At the same time, he believes the dairy will be successful with the right management and the right approach.

 

Easterday Farms purchased the property, including the buildings and infrastructure, for $66.7 million in February. The cattle had been sold at auction separately. A new corporation, Easterday Farms Dairy LLC, was registered with the state on March 20.

On July 1, Easterday Farms Dairy submitted an application to the Oregon Department of Agriculture for a new Confined Animal Feeding Operation permit, otherwise known by the acronym CAFO. The permit would allow Easterday Farms to reopen the dairy.

Based in Pasco, Wash., Easterday Farms is a fourth-generation, family-owned business with 70,000 head of beef cattle and 25,000 acres of potatoes, onions, grain and forage in the Columbia Basin.

As president of Easterday Farms, Cody Easterday said the company plans to invest $15 million in the dairy, including completion of a wastewater treatment system that was never finished under the previous owner and bringing the farm into full environmental compliance.

“It’s a state-of-the-art dairy. It just needs to be finished, and it needs to have the correct management,” Easterday said. “It will be a solid, environmentally sound dairy.”

First dairy

While Easterday Farms has decades of experience running ranches, farms and feedlots in Washington, this will be the family’s first foray into the dairy industry.

According to its CAFO application, Easterday Farms Dairy will have up to 28,300 cattle, though not all of those will be milking cows. The dairy lists 8,000 mature dairy cows and 2,650 dairy heifers housed under roof, along with 1,700 mature dairy cows and 5,950 heifers in open confinement.

Some 10,000 cattle will also be kept in open confinement for beef production.

“We’ve operated CAFOs in Washington,” Easterday said. “We understand it. We’re good, clean operators and we know what we need to do.”

In Oregon, CAFOs are jointly regulated by the state Department of Agriculture and Department of Environmental Quality. Permits must include an Animal Waste Management Plan that describes how the farm will handle large amounts of manure without contaminating groundwater or surface water.

Easterday Farms Dairy expects to generate roughly 5.4 million cubic feet of liquid manure, 5.9 million cubic feet of solid manure and 11.7 million cubic feet of processed wastewater annually. That’s enough manure to fill 128 Olympic-size swimming pools.

The dairy plans to recycle all that nitrogen-rich manure by using it as fertilizer on the surrounding farmland, growing irrigated crops such as potatoes, onions and wheat, as well as forage for cattle. Easterday said the manure will be applied at agronomic rates on 5,390 acres of cropland.

By operating in a closed-loop system, Easterday said the farm will reduce its purchases of commercial fertilizer by about 3 million pounds per year.

“We think that it’s going to work really well,” he said.

Permit review

Wym Matthews, CAFO program manager at the Oregon Department of Agriculture, said there is no timeline for reviewing Easterday Farms’ permit application.

Once the agencies have written a draft permit, Matthews said it will be made available for public review and a hearing. He suspects there will be a lot of interest in the Easterday Farms proposal, based on the fallout from Lost Valley.

“The site is exactly the same,” Matthews said. “The concerns, at least in our minds, are no different.”

The site is within the Lower Umatilla Basin Groundwater Management Area, designated by DEQ in 1990 for having elevated levels of groundwater nitrates that exceeded the federal safe drinking water standard. A coalition of environmental, animal rights and small farm advocacy groups opposed Lost Valley from the beginning, raising alarms over potential harmful impacts on air and water quality.

As the facility racked up violation after violation, the groups called for a moratorium on so-called “mega-dairies” until regulators could strengthen protections. So far, that has not happened.

In a written statement, the 13-member coalition urged Gov. Kate Brown “not to repeat the same mistakes and hope for a different outcome.”

“If Governor Brown’s Department of Agriculture has really learned the lesson of the Lost Valley disaster, it will not entertain another ‘too big to fail’ mega-dairy permit for nearly 30,000 cows on the same site,” the groups wrote. “Allowing a new mega-dairy in an area with existing groundwater pollution, water scarcity and air quality issues will only exacerbate these public health, economic and environmental harms.”

Completing infrastructure

Cleanup is still underway at the dairy, and Easterday said it’s gone smoothly. The milking parlor and barns were scrubbed down, and wastewater lagoons are gradually being emptied.

It’s a far cry from photos of Lost Valley that showed cows standing ankle-deep in manure, and reports of overflowing lagoons and illegal wastewater discharge.

Lost Valley owner Greg te Velde declared bankruptcy and lost control of the dairy — as well as two other dairies he owned in California — in September 2018 for reasons that ranged from cash flow problems to alleged gambling and drug abuse. A federal trustee, Randy Sugarman, was appointed to manage Lost Valley, overseeing the sale and cleanup.

Easterday Farms was the lone bidder at auction. Cody Easterday said it is “the right place and the right facility” for a dairy.

“I think all the pieces are here,” Easterday said as he toured the dairy last week with a reporter. “The initial design of the dairy is very solid.”

Waste from the cows is separated into solids and liquids. Liquid manure is held in open-air lagoons, which have the capacity to store 10.4 million cubic feet of liquid for up to 134 days during an average year. From there, it is pumped to irrigation pivots and applied on crops.

But Easterday said the system was never finished, meaning it could not reach enough land to accommodate the volume of manure the herd produced.

 

“Part of the issue with compliance is the waste system was not completed, and not adequate to some extent,” Easterday said.

Easterday said the farm will not bring any cattle onto the dairy until all the infrastructure is completed. Similarly, solid manure will be  kept on an impervious soil pad and used as fertilizer or composted for animal bedding.

Matthews, the CAFO program manager, said conditions of the dairy’s permit would likely follow the same general guidelines as Lost Valley, which at the time was held up as having the most extensive monitoring of any facility in the state.

“Once the facility is built and functional, our plan for a dairy this size would be to be out there (for inspections) three or four times a year,” Matthews said. Ordinarily, CAFOs are subject to an inspection every 10 months.

Community partners

At full capacity, Easterday said the farm and dairy combined will have about 100 employees, including new hires from local communities.

“We’re going to be the pride of Morrow County when we’re done here,” Easterday said.

Don Russell, a Morrow County commissioner, said he met with Easterday earlier this year and is confident the dairy can be run responsibly. He pointed to the success of Threemile Canyon Farms, located west of Boardman, as proof.

With 65,000 cattle, Threemile Canyon Farms is Oregon’s largest dairy. It opened in 2002 and supplies milk to Tillamook Cheese, which runs a plant at the nearby Port of Morrow.

Russell said the businesses offer good-paying jobs, and because of their large scale they can offer benefits that smaller dairies can’t — such as more regular work hours, and investing in technology such as methane digesters that  reduce air emissions and create renewable energy.

Problems with Lost Valley, Russell said, boiled down to management. In the end, he said the state’s regulators did what they were meant to do.

“We know it can be done right,” Russell said. “I think, locally, people understand that we had a guy who had an addiction problem, and didn’t do things right.”

Easterday said the dairy could consider a methane digester in the future, but that is not in the immediate plans. The goal, he said, is to open Easterday Farms Dairy by fall of 2020.

As envisioned, the dairy would produce 550,000 pounds of milk a day. He said they are still looking for buyers, but are confident in the dairy market.

Easterday said the farm is prepared for the scrutiny that will inevitably come with operating the dairy, and is looking forward to the opportunity.

“We knew the environment we were going to be in,” he said. “We’re prepared. We think we have a great story.”

Source: Capital Press