Weekly Show and Sale Recap– 5/5/2012


Sales

  • Ocean-View Dispersal Averages $2,742
    May 2, 2012 brought the end of an era in the registered Holstein circle as the long-standing and well known herd of Ocean View was dispersed in Windsor, CA.  Selling over 600 head in one day was no easy task, Dave Rama and Gary Estes shared the auctioneering duties while Horace Backus read pedigrees.  At the end of the day, the sale averaged $2,742.
    Generations and generations of well thought out breeding decisions stood behind every animal that went through the ring.  Topping the sale at $15,000 was Lot 2759- Ocean-View Gold Sheen.  She is a VG-87 point Goldwyn from Ocean-View Outside Sheen EX-91 then the famous Lindy Sheen herself.  Second high seller was Lot 2785, Ocean-View Gold Roxette at $14,250.  Roxette is a 86 point Goldwyn daughter of Ocean-View Roy Roxann EX-91, and sold due in July to Aftershock.  Wrapping up the top three was Lot 2447, Ocean-View Allen Zmora at $13,500.  She is a Canyon-Breeze Allen daughter of another famous Ocean-View cow, Mandel Zandra EX-95.
    Marvin Nunes worked hard at making Ocean-View a prominent prefix in the Holstein breed for many years.  While being very successful in the show ring, especially with cows like Ocean-View Lindy Sheen EX-94 who was nominated All-American four times in milking form, this California herd was also known for impressive milk production as nine Ocean-View cows made over 300,000 pounds of lifetime milk.   (source:holsteinworld.com)
    • $15,200 – Lot 2447 Ocean-View Allen Zmora-ET EX-92 (Allen X Mandel Zandra)
      Buyer: Nunes, Mongini, Herzog, Deerfield, WI
    • $15,000 – Lot 2759 Ocean-View Gold Sheen VG-87 2yr (Goldwyn X Outside Sheen EX-91)
      Buyer: Legend Dairy Farms, Chino, CA
    • $14,250 – Lot 2785 Ocean-View Gold Roxette-ET VG-87 2yr (Goldwyn X Roy Roxann EX-91)
    • Buyer: Kisst Dairy, Ripon, CA
  • Record price for Apple’s daughter
    Bluechip Apple Spice-Red, a 3-month-old Destry out of KHW Regiment Apple-Red, fetched the impressive top price of A$101,000 at the Bluechip Genetics Invitational Sale in Australia. She went to Keith Peterson of Dundee Holsteins, Victoria. The second-most expensive animal (A$30,000) was Eclipse Shottle Paradise from the family of Integrity Paradise. A total of 71 lots averaged A$8,487. (source:holsteininternational.com)
    • Lot 4B – Bluechip Apple Spice – $101,000 to Apple Investments
    • Lot 31 – Eclipse Shottle Paradise – $30,000 to Bluechip Genetics
    • Lot 8 – Bluechip Shottle Noni – $25,000 to Leigh Prout, Corra Lea Holsteins, Northern Victoria
  • Central PA Spring Spectacular averages $2,349
    The Central PA Spring Spectacular sale was held on Saturday, April 28 in Centre Hall, PA.   The sale averaged $2,349 on 69 lots including embryos.   MSI Duckett Jasper Magic, a fancy fall yearling from an EX-92 Goldwyn x 2E-92 Outside was the sale topper at $7,300.   The Black Magic Syndicate, Adamsville, PA purchased this consignment from Tom Uber.    Fetching the second highest price of the day was a Dec Gold Chip from 3x Jr All American Hillmont Durham Lyndi (3E-96).   Consigned by Hillmont Farms, she was knocked off at $5,500 to Hannah Bomgardner, Lebanon, PA.    The third highest seller was also from the Lyndi family, Hillmont Sanchez Madison, a full sister the 2011 HHM All-American Spring Calf.  Her dam is a 2E-92 Champion daughter from Lyndi.    Don and Angela Anderson, Centre Hall,PA were the last bidders at $5,200 on this spring yearling. Other top sellers included:
    • $4,700 for Lot 2- Sept Fever x 5E-94 Lili Starbuck- Anthony Fisher, Marbile, WI, buyer
    • $4,500 for lot 18- Polled R&W Lawnboy bred heifer x VG-86 Advent back to 3E-96 Tobi- Liam Daly, Russell, Ontario, buyer
    • $4,000 for lot 23- Dec R&W Durham-Red x VG-88 Tundel x 5 more VG/EX dams- Katelyn Taylor, Allenwood, PA, buyer

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