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Honorees of Holstein Canada’s Centennial Award Program are Recognized

The Century of Holstein award recognises Holstein families’ dedication and contribution to our Association through their long-standing membership. If a family’s connection to the Association can be traced back to 100 years of active, continuous membership, it is eligible for this honour. This year, the award will be presented to three (3) different families: the descendants of William McGriskin, who joined in 1923, the descendants of T.O Dolson, who joined in 1919, and the descendants of A.H Poole, who joined in 1922. This incredible accomplishment and long-standing dedication to our Association will be recognised at the Annual General Meeting on April 15.

The century of Holsteins Award:

  • Descendants of William McGriskin
  • Descendants of T.O Dolson
  • Descendants of A.H Poole
 

2023 Jersey Canada Award Recipients

Congratulations to the Jersey Canada award winners for 2023. The Jersey cow and her breeders have a promising future.

Master Breeder
Meadow Lynn Jersey Farms

MEADOW LYNN
The Judd Family
Fred & Sharon/Thomas & Sarah
Simcoe, ON

Constructive Breeders
Daniel & Carine Poirier
CAVA
Lefaivre, ON

Martin Bergeron & Karine Savard
BERGICEL
St-Antoine de Tilly, QC

Ferme Dulet Inc.
DULET
Francis Dumais & Suzanne Ouellet
St. Pascal, QC

Jerry Young Achievers
Thomas & Sarah Judd
MEADOW LYNN
Simcoe, ON

Marie-Christine Fortin & Olivier Marquis
DU SILLON
St-Alexandre-de-Kamaouraska, QC

Bryan & Jenn Weldrick
PERENNIAL
Tavistock, ON

Honorary Life Members 
Laurent Lambert
Marcel Choiniere

Distinguished Service Awards 
Jean Marc Pellerin

Carolyn Van Dorp

Youth of Distinction 
Michael Podschadly 

PODCREST

The awards will be presented at the 2023 Jersey Canada Awards Banquet, which will take place Saturday, April 1st 2023 to wrap up the Jersey Canada AGM weekend in Levis, Quebec.

Halliwell appointed Group Commercial Director at Holstein UK

The Holstein UK Group is delighted to announce the appointment of Michael Halliwell as Group Commercial Director.

As an exciting new position within the company, the appointment of Michael provides the Holstein UK Group with the opportunity to further develop commercial strategies and areas of growth. The Holstein UK Group is at the heart of the UK dairy industry, providing a wide array of services to assist members and customers in breeding profitable, robust and productive dairy cattle. 

The Group includes the Holstein UK breed society which is Europe’s largest independent breed society and has been established for over 110 years, registering over 200,000 animals per year with a membership of over 4,500.  There is also The Cattle Information Service (The CIS), which is a leading provider of milk recording and health testing to farmers throughout GB.  Finally, the National Bovine Data Centre (NBDC) collects, analyses and disseminates data for a wide variety of pedigree dairy and beef breeds, including Type Classification and Genomic information.

Michael has a strong commercial and sales background with a broad network within the industry. He has experience in the genetics field, working with both elite pedigree and highly focused commercial operations which have given him knowledge of various production systems and business models required by the different dairy farming businesses.   Michael spent six years as Business Development Manager for Worldwide Sires and recently has been in the role of Commercial Director for CattleEye Ltd, a tech start-up business. Michael, who joins on 3rd April 2023, will report to CEO Melanie Harmitt and work closely with key heads of departments including Janette Mathie and Dena Snidall, CIS; Meurig James, NBDC and Hannah Williams, Head of Events and Marketing.

Michael Halliwell, Group Commercial Director, says, “I look forward to joining the Holstein UK Group and this is a fantastic career opportunity to utilise my skills and network to shape and implement the commercial strategic objectives. I look forward to further developing the portfolio of products and services across the Holstein UK Group, creating commercial offerings for both the membership and external stakeholders.”

Melanie Harmitt, CEO of Holstein UK Group, adds, “Michael was a highly impressive candidate for the position of Group Commercial Director. His experience and knowledge of the industry, partnered with his commercial background, made him a great fit for the  Holstein UK Group and we’re delighted to welcome him to our team.”

Group Commercial Director appointed at Holstein UK

The Holstein UK Group is delighted to announce the appointment of Michael Halliwell as Group Commercial Director.

As an exciting new position within the company, the appointment of Michael provides the Holstein UK Group with the opportunity to further develop commercial strategies and areas of growth. The Holstein UK Group is at the heart of the UK dairy industry, providing a wide array of services to assist members and customers in breeding profitable, robust and productive dairy cattle. 

The Group includes the Holstein UK breed society which is Europe’s largest independent breed society and has been established for over 110 years, registering over 200,000 animals per year with a membership over 4,500.  There is also The Cattle Information Service (The CIS), which is a leading provider of milk recording and health testing to farmers throughout GB.  Finally, the National Bovine Data Centre (NBDC) collects, analyses and disseminates data for a wide variety of pedigree dairy and beef breeds, including Type Classification and Genomic information.

Michael has a strong commercial and sales background with a broad network within the industry. He has experience in the genetics field, working with both elite pedigree and highly focused commercial operations which have given him knowledge of various production systems and business models required by the different dairy farming businesses.   Michael spent six years as Business Development Manager for Worldwide Sires and recently has been in the role of Commercial Director for CattleEye Ltd, a tech start-up business. Michael, who joins on 3rd April 2023, will report to CEO Melanie Harmitt and work closely with key heads of departments including Janette Mathie and Dena Snidall, CIS; Meurig James, NBDC and Hannah Williams, Head of Events and Marketing.

Michael Halliwell, Group Commercial Director, says, “I look forward to joining the Holstein UK Group and this is a fantastic career opportunity to utilise my skills and network to shape and implement the commercial strategic objectives. I look forward to further developing the portfolio of products and services across the Holstein UK Group, creating commercial offerings for both the membership and external stakeholders.”

Melanie Harmitt, CEO of Holstein UK Group, adds, “Michael was a highly impressive candidate for the position of Group Commercial Director. His experience and knowledge of the industry, partnered with his commercial background, made him a great fit for the  Holstein UK Group and we’re delighted to welcome him to our team.”

Finalists for the Holstein Canada Cow of the Year Award, 2022

Holstein Canada’s annual Cow of the Year competition, which has been running since 1995, aims to recognise elite Canadian cows that have had an impact both domestically and internationally while also being enjoyed by Canadian producers. The four finalists for the 2022 Cow of the Year award are as follows:

Goldwyn Belfast EX-95-3E 17* 7-06 2x 365d Lasenza 42,657 4.0 1689 3.3 1407 (lbs)\s19,349 4.0. 766 3.3. 638 (kgs) (kgs)
All-American and All-Canadian 2014 Junior 2-Year-Old
Belfast Holstein, St. Patrice de Beaurivage, Quebec
“Lasenza has been a special cow to us since her birth,” says Robert Chabot. She is the offspring of a magical cross and comes from a long line of show-stopping performers. She is still active as she approaches the age of 12, and she has distinguished herself through her high productions, exceptional show results, and prolific offspring. Her daughters and granddaughters have won major competitions in six countries. All of her daughters in Canada are 100% GP or better, with 8 EX, 17 VG, and 7 GP.”

Doorman Comestar Lamadona EX-94-2E 21* 5-09 2x 365d 56,799 4.9 2754 3.7 2090 (lbs)\s25,764 4.9 1249 3.7 948 (kgs) (kgs)
HM 2016 All-Canadian Junior 3-Year-Old
Comestar Holstein, Victoriaville, QC, is the owner.
Comtois, Marc: “Internationally known for her numerous show exploits and milk production records, Lamadona continues to influence the breed through your herds with its many sons: LEMAGIC (Semex), LOYALL (Blondin Sires), LATAYO (Semex), and BARLOT” (Semex). She also stands out for her daughters (100%GP+; 3 EX, 24 VG, and 20 more daughters to come), who are following in their mother’s footsteps and expanding the impact of this exceptional family.”

Goldwyn Garondale EX-94-4E 21* 6-00 Conny 2x 365d 40,346 4.3 1715 3.2 1303 (lbs)\s18,301 4.3 778 3.2 591 (kgs) (kgs)
Reserve 2017 All-Quebec Lifetime Production Cow
Ferme Garondale, Saint Denis de la Bouteilliere, Quebec
“Conny deserves your vote because she already has 10 Excellent daughters, including 3 93 points, and is herself EX-94-4E,” says Alain Garon (MS:96). She has an incredible ability to transmit her genetics, as evidenced by the 21 stars she has earned so far. She produced over 101,400 kg in 6 lactations with 4.3%F and 3.4%P. She also had a successful show career, having won Grand Champion at Saint-Pascal in 2017, All-Canadian Nominee, and Tout-Québec Reserve in 2017. Despite her age of 14, Conny is in good health and has incredible mobility for her age!”

Duplex Dion EX-95-5E 3* 8-01 2x 365d Willswikk 36,843 4.6 1695 3.7 1349 (lbs)\s16,712 4.6 769 3.7. 612 (kgs) (kgs)
Vancouver Island’s first junior three-year-old 2014
Wikkshaven Holsteins, Cobble Hill, BC, is the owner.
“Willswikk Duplex Dion should be voted Cow of the Year because she exemplifies longevity, has scored EX 95 5E, has 3 stars, and 7 Excellent daughters,” says Cindy Wikkerink. She completes 6 generations of Excellent homebreds, with a total of 65 stars in those 6 generations. So far in her seven lactations, she has produced 104,300 kg of milk, 4,753 kg of fat, and 3,874 kg of protein. She was named BC’s Cow of the Year in 2020 and is a shining example of what we strive for as breeders of great Canadian cows every day!”

Members of Holstein Canada have until March 13 to vote via your online account or the InfoHolstein magazine voting ballot. The Cow of the Year will be announced at Holstein Canada’s Annual Meeting in Montreal on Saturday, April 15th.

Holstein Association USA 2023 Judges Conference Registration Open

Registration is open for the 2023 Holstein Association USA Judges Conference. This year’s conference will be held on Thursday, April 27 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., in conjunction with the Wisconsin Dairy Showcase in Madison, Wisconsin.

The Judges Conference will start with a classroom session, where topics like why conformation matters, current showring trends, managing a showring, and common dilemmas will be discussed. In the afternoon session, participants will place classes of heifers and cows, hear placings and reasons from fellow participants and officials, and take part in group discussion.

Interested participants can register for the conference on the Holstein Association USA website with a credit card. The pre-registration fee is $50 and late registrants and walk-ins will pay a $100 fee. Pre-registration will close two weeks before the conference, on Thursday, April 13.

Individuals currently on the Holstein Association USA Judges List must attend and receive a satisfactory rating at a Holstein Association USA Judges Conference every five years. Those interested in applying for the list in the future must attend and receive a satisfactory rating at a Holstein Association USA Judges Conference before submitting an application.

If individuals want to participate in the Judges Conference and not receive an official rating, they have the option to do so to gain experience, but will not be eligible to apply for the Judges List.

Participants must be 22 years old by the day of the conference to attend. To register online, visit www.holsteinusa.com/shows/judges_preregister.html. For more information contact Jodi Hoynoski at 800.952.5200 ext. 4261 or by email.

Dairy-Tech 2023: Milk yield, fat and protein production awards

The Gold Cup is the UK’s top dairy award. It went to the Logan family, a fifth-generation partnership that runs the 280-head Holehouse herd in Ayrshire, Scotland.

The mostly red and white cows gave an average of 10,500 kg of milk with 4.10 percent butterfat and 3.40 percent protein when they were milked twice a day from September 20,2021 to September 20,2022. Muller buys milk from the herd that has calves all year.

Di Wastenage, chair of the Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF) and one of the judges, said that Logan’s farming system “had it all”: “They tick all the boxes for sustainability, the environment, getting the most out of the land, and making sure the cows are healthy and happy. They are on the cutting edge of many new technologies that help them move their 280 pedigree Holstein cow herd forward.
Dairy-Tech 2023 awards

At Dairy-Tech 2023, 4 awards were given out in addition to the National Milk Records RABDF Gold Cup: The Torrance family from Stapleford Abbotts, near Romford, Essex, won the Chris May Memorial Cup for having the Gold Cup-qualifying herd with the highest lifetime daily yield. Their Curtismill pedigree Holstein herd, which was made up of 670 cows and 430 followers, gave an average of 22.30 kg of milk per cow per day over the course of its lifetime. In 2020, the Gold Cup went to John Torrance’s dairy business, which he ran with his father Robert, mother Janet, and wife Lucy.

The NMR Silver Salver was given to Messrs Harvey, Drum Farm, Beeswing, Dumfries, for having the Holstein herd that produced the most fat and protein overall. The farm family takes care of 300 Holstein cows that have been raised from birth. Their Killywhan herd gave them 1.017 kg of fat and protein per cow and 14,267 kg of milk when they milked them three times a day.

The Lillyhill Cup was won by Robert, Lorraine, and Mark Hunterm from West Tarbrax Farm in Lanarkshire in 2022. It is given to the Gold Cup-qualifying Jersey herd with the most fat and protein overall. The 160 milking cows from Hunter’s Clydevalley Jerseys weighed a total of 878.42 kg/cow. Cows give milk that is 6.97% fat and 3.93% protein and weighs 8,063 kg.

And Richard Bell from Wigton, Cumbria, won the Chairman’s Cup for the herd that had the most fat and protein. This was for breeds other than Holstein and Jersey. His Nerewater pedigree Friesian herd of 70 milking cows had a fat and protein total of 738 kg, which was a winning number. The herd of cows that have calves all year long and are fed grass makes an average of 8,800 kg of milk with 4.4% butterfat and 3.52% protein.
Milk guarantee programme

At the event, which was held at Stoneleigh Park, a new milk assurance scheme was introduced. The Assured Integrated Milk Supplier (AIMS) scheme will make sure that people who buy milk from sources other than farms can find out where it came from.

The AIMS Assured Standards fill a gap in current assurance and industry schemes by covering milk that is sold between dairy companies as part of business deals. The scheme was made by the industry and is supported by Dairy UK. It has a Code of Practice that businesses must follow and are audited on. This makes sure that members can find out where their milk came from and makes sure that suppliers have done their jobs.

Tim Hampton, who is the chair of AIMS, said, “Trading milk between dairies has many benefits, both financially and in terms of operations and the environment. This is important for a modern, efficient dairy industry.” But it has been known for a long time that it does leave a hole in supply chain assurance. This programme is meant to fill that gap by creating a network of trusted suppliers who can grade with confidence and help us meet the needs of our customers and, in the end, consumers.

It will be like the Red Tractor and the Dairy Transport Assurance Scheme, which are already in place. It lets any dairy business in Great Britain buy and sell milk with other businesses.

Matthew Knight, who is in charge of running the RABDF, said that business was good at the show. But producers were aware of milk price cuts, even though input costs were still high, there were still problems with labour, and there was more pressure to cut emissions.

“The new lameness village had a lot of visitors because there were demonstrations of foot trimming going on all day. We’ll definitely try to build on it next year, when this important issue gets more attention.”

Lucas and Alise Sjostrom Recognized with 2023 Young Dairy Leaders Institute Distinguished Alumni Leader Award

Lucas and Alise Sjostrom of Brooten, Minn. have been selected as the Holstein Foundation’s 2023 Young Dairy Leaders Institute Distinguished Alumni Leader award recipients. The Holstein Foundation annually recognizes a Young Dairy Leaders Institute (YDLI) graduate or couple who have made noteworthy contributions to the dairy industry, applying skills gained during their YDLI experience.

Lucas and Alise are Class 7 YDLI graduates who voice that “When thinking about transforming ourselves as people, YDLI stands out as a very life-changing event.” 

Both Lucas and Alise agree YDLI gave them a different perspective of the dairy industry and taught them how to be effective advocates. Aside from the wealth of knowledge the couple took away from YDLI, they formed a multitude of lasting friendships and invaluable network connections. 

“As we continued our careers, we realized taste and fun could be mixed in with sustainability,” they shared. Lucas and Alise strive to uphold this mission at their family’s artisan cheese and whey spirits business, Redhead Creamery. They source the milk for their farmstead creamery from Jer-Lindy Farms, both owned in partnership with Alise’s parents, Jerry and Linda Jennissen.

Currently, Alise is the Owner and Head Cheesemaker at Redhead Creamery LLC, where she has produced over 50,000 pounds of artisan cheese per year using milk from Jer-Lindy Farms. At Redhead Creamery, she has a hand in everything from customer service to product development and marketing. 

Lucas serves as Executive Director of the Minnesota Milk Producers Association at Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative. There he develops relationships with legislators, farmers, media, academia, and industry to simultaneously achieve the needs of two farmer-led organizations. He also heads Redhead Creamery’s new whey distillery project.

Lucas and Alise have three children, Lucy, Henry, and Conan. Aside from their careers in the dairy industry they are active in many committees and foundations such as The League of Minnesota Cheesemakers, The U.S. Dairy Sustainability committee, The Upper Midwest Dairy Industry Association, and The Minnesota Ag Water Quality Certification Program.

Lucas and Alise will be honored during the upcoming YDLI Class 12 Phase III program being held February 14 – 17 in Fort Worth, Texas.

The Young Dairy Leaders Institute, a program of the Holstein Foundation, is a nationally recognized three-phase leadership and communication skills development program for young adults (ages 22-45) working in the dairy industry. For more information about YDLI or Holstein Foundation programs, visit www.holsteinfoundation.org or contact Jodi Hoynoski at 800.952.5200 ext. 4261 or by email.

Holstein America Broadcasts February 13 on RFD-TV

Every dairy has a story, and for six years, Holstein America has shared modern-day farm life with audiences around the world. The documentary series, produced by Holstein Association USA, pays tribute to U.S. Registered Holsteins®, the world’s perfect cow, and the people who raise them.

Tune in to the next episode of Holstein America at 7 p.m. CST/8 p.m. EST, Monday, February 13, on RFD-TV.

“As the nation’s leading television program devoted to the dairy community, we are honored to tell these important stories,” says John Meyer, CEO of Holstein Association USA. “This next episode of Holstein America is a wonderful example of the diverse reaches of the Registered Holstein cow.”

At the heart of the program are Holstein breeders, who ensure an abundance of dairy products are produced efficiently, sustainably and at the highest quality in the world. Holstein America visits a dairy in southwest Missouri, where two brothers are continuing a family tradition generations in the making. The show also spotlights an industry trailblazer from Pennsylvania, who helped pioneer early genetic innovations for dairy producers.

The upcoming Holstein America will also showcase work at colleges and universities to grow an even brighter dairy future. From the Midwest to the East Coast, student-run dairy farms are inspiring students to dream big in the dairy industry. At Western Kentucky University, see how the one-of-a-kind WKU SmartHolstein Lab sparks curiosity and future technology for dairy producers around the world.

Opportunities for careers in the dairy industry expand far beyond the barn. Hear the story of how a longtime cheesemaker in New England works to engage the next generation about where their food comes from.

The hour-long program, sponsored by Merck Animal Health, also explores programs and services offered by Holstein Association USA, including a look at genetic offerings through Holstein Marketplace Sires, and research into how dairy conformation plays a role in overall productivity and performance.

Join us for Holstein America at 7 p.m. CST, Monday, February 13, on RFD-TV.

RFD-TV is a leading independent cable channel available on DISH Network, DIRECTV®, AT&T U-Verse, Charter Spectrum, Cox, Comcast, Mediacom, Suddenlink and many other rural cable systems. Reference local listings for more information.

After the show, visit www.holsteinusa.com to find a complete collection of the Holstein America series. Also stay tuned to Holstein Association USA on Facebook and Instagram for more information.

Ayrshire Canada Announces Master Breeders

Congratulations to these 2022 Master Breeders, recently announced by Ayrshire Canada.

  • De La Plaine, Ferme De La Plaine
  • Ronick, Ferme Ronick, inc.
  • Des Prairies, Ferme François Beaudry inc.
  • Sablière, Ferme Sablière 2007 inc.

Guernsey World Conference and Tour Open for Bookings

The English Guernsey Cattle Society is extending an invitation to Guernsey breeders across the world to visit the United Kingdom. The Congress will visit Guernsey herds and noted points of interested in England. Not only will top quality Guernsey herds be visited but we will pass through some outstanding scenery and visit major visitor attractions. Join the World Guernsey Conference taking place June 3-17, 2023.

Download the schedule brochure and booking form here.

Holstein UK Announces Winner of 2022 President’s Medal Award

Holstein UK were delighted to present the prestigious President’s Medal Award to Natasha Kirby at the International Semex Conference in Glasgow on Monday evening, January 16th.

Natasha who is a member of the Lancashire Holstein Young Breeders (HYB) Club has been recognised for the outstanding contribution she has made to her Club, the wider HYB community and the Holstein breed. Her prize consists of an engraved medal and a trip to The Royal Winter Fair in Toronto this November, kindly funded by HYB Principal Sponsor Semex UK. In addition, Natasha was presented with the newly launched Sue Cope Memorial Trophy. Holstein UK also congratulate the two runners-up Alison Lawrie from the Scotland HYB Club and Pippa Tudor from the Shropshire HYB Club.

The Holstein UK President’s Medal, sponsored by Semex UK, recognizes and rewards young talent and highlights individuals who will be the next generation of dairy farmers. The entry process includes Clubs nominating one HYB member, aged between 23 and 26 years old, who must submit an essay with shortlisted candidates then being invited for an interview with a panel of judges. The 2022 essay title was ‘You are at a recruitment fair. Convince the young people attending that entering the UK dairy industry would be a good career choice’ and provoked an inspirational collection of essays, with the three finalist’s copies available to read online.

The panel of judges consisted of Holstein UK President John Jamieson, Semex representative Rodger Mather and Holstein UK’s Industry Representative Jane Arrell. We were delighted to welcome them, along with the eight shortlisted young breeders, to the new Holstein UK Head Office in Telford, Shropshire, for the first in-person President’s Medal interviews since 2019. Following the interviews, the final three young breeders were selected ahead of the winner being officially announced.

On behalf of the judges, Holstein UK President John Jamieson commented, “All eight candidates we interviewed are fantastic ambassadors for the Holstein breed and it was a pleasure to interview them in early December. They all have such an incredible passion for the dairy industry and are committed to careers which will assist in driving the industry forwards. It was an extremely difficult decision to select a winner out of our final shortlist and I am delighted to award the President’s Medal to Natasha Kirby who has been an integral part of Lancashire HYB for many years. Throughout her time in Holstein Young Breeders, Natasha has been dedicated to taking part in a multitude of club activities and also encouraging younger members to develop their skills across all aspects of HYB. I would like to extend my congratulations to the runners up, Alison Lawrie and Pippa Tudor, who are equally as passionate and dedicated towards their careers in the dairy industry and I wish them all the very best for the future.”

Holstein Canada 2022 Master Breeders Announced

In an engaging and well-organized online event presented on Saturday evening, January 14th, Holstein Canada announced 20 breeders from Quebec, Ontario, and Alberta that earned a Master Breeder Shield for 2022!  They will be further celebrated at the Master Breeder Gala on April 15th in Montreal, which will be the final celebration at the 2023 National Convention. Congratulations to all of the following breeders on this tremendous accomplishment!

Aquarel – St. Lazare, Quebec
Arcroix – St. Michel, Quebec (2nd Master Breeder Shield)
Belmoral – Teeswater, Ontario (2nd Master Breeder Shield)
Breezy – Brussels, Ontario
Christhill – Tara, Ontario
Elm Bend – Brantford, Ontario (2nd Master Breeder Shield)
Havenvalley – Wallenstein, Ontario (2nd Master Breeder Shield)
Jeanlu – St. Georges, Quebec
Lauzonniere – St. Pierre Les Becquets, Quebec
Louidgi – St. Joseph Beauce, Quebec
Magami – Ange Gardien, Quebec
Mirabel – Mirabel, Quebec (2nd Master Breeder Shield)
Parkhurst – St. Patrice De Beaurivage, Quebec
Pellerat – St. Roch Des Aulnaies, Quebec
RJF – Corbyville, Ontario
Rubis – Lochaber Ouest, Quebec (3rd Master Breeder Shield)
Spruce Lawn – Drayton, Ontario
Vriesdale – Mountain, Ontario
Wendon – Innisfail. Alberta (3rd Master Breeder Shield)
Yorellea – St. Eugene, Ontario

The Master Breeder Award is the most prestigious accolade awarded by Holstein Canada. Each year, since 1929, the association has recognized breeders among the membership for their cumulative breeding efforts. This award is the pinnacle of success for any Holstein Canada member. Since its inception, over 1,000 Master Breeder shields have been bestowed to Holstein Canada members. These “Master” breeders are recognized for having the best ratio for breeding cows that possess the complete package— high production and outstanding conformation, with high proficiency in reproduction, health, and longevity.

AMSS All-American Nominations Announced

The American Milking Shorthorn Society has announced their All-American and Junior All-American nominations! 
 
Congratulations to those individuals who received a nomination:

Holstein Association USA Announces 2022 Top BAA Herds

Holstein Association USA recently released the lists of top Holstein Breed Age Average (BAA%) herds for 2022 classifications. Members utilizing the Classic or Standard options of the Holstein classification program receive an overall BAA for their herd. The BAA value provides a way to compare an animal’s score to breed average, taking into account the age of the animal and their stage of lactation. The calculation puts cows of all ages on the same playing field.

”Providing recognition to breeders of outstanding Registered Holstein cattle across the country is one of the more enjoyable activities we perform at Holstein Association,” said Lindsey Worden, Executive Director, Holstein Genetic Services. “Earning recognition as a high BAA herd on any of the various lists is a notable achievement. It shows a commitment to breeding quality Holstein cattle, paired with outstanding animal husbandry and management that allows those cattle to express their genetic potential.”

In 2022, 970 herds had a BAA value eligible for inclusion in these lists. The average number of cows included in the BAA calculation for the entire group was 68, and the average BAA% was 107.7. Herds must have a minimum of 10 cows to be included for calculation on the list.

Topping the 2022 highest overall BAA list are Delbert W. and Heather D. Yoder from West Salem, Ohio, with a BAA of 116.3. Also earning honors in the top five spots on the list are Matthew T. Mitchell, Tennessee; Juniper Farm, Inc., Maine; Conant Acres, Maine; and G. Alpheaus Stoltzfus, Pennsylvania.

Lists are broken down in several different ways to recognize members across the country with herds of all sizes. Lists of the Overall Top 200 BAA Herds, Top 25 BAA Herds by Region, Top 25 BAA Herds by Herd Size, and Top 15 BAA Herds for Colleges & Universities can be viewed at www.holsteinusa.com. Find the page under the Popular List section on the homepage or directly at www.holsteinusa.com/programs_services/baa_lists_2022.html. Congratulations to all herds on these lists!

Junior Holstein Virtual Interview Contest Winners Announced

Junior Holstein Association members put their interviewing skills to the test during the 2022 Virtual Interview Contest. The program was created in 2020 to help prepare youth for real world opportunities by sharpening their resume writing and interview skills.

Applicants submitted cover letters and resumes based on a mock interview scenario and were selected to move on to the second phase of the contest based on their combined cover letter and resume scores. During the second phase contestants were interviewed by a panel of three judges. Final scores were calculated based on each applicant’s cover letter, resume, and interview. All youth received feedback from the judges to help further prepare them for future interviews.

“The National Junior Holstein Association Virtual Interview Contest allowed me to sharpen my interview skills, particularly strengthening my ability to respond to impromptu questions,” says contest participant Sarah Craun from Virginia. “I enjoyed the interaction with the interview panel and I am grateful for the real world learning experience that will certainly benefit me in my future career endeavors.”

Congratulations to the following 2022 Virtual Interview Contest winners!

Junior Division (ages 12-14 as of January 1)
1st place: Lauren Silveira, California
2nd place: Alison Gartman, Wisconsin
3rd place: Chloe Chapman, California

Intermediate Division (ages 15-17 as of January 1)
1st place: Elsie Donlick, New York
2nd place: Sarah Craun, Virginia
3rd place: Salem Sifford, Virginia

Senior Division (ages 18-21 as of January 1)
1st place: Emily Syme, Connecticut
2nd place: Madison Sifford, Virginia
3rd place: Jon Chapman, California

Cash prizes of $250 for first place, $100 for second place, and $50 for third place will be awarded in the junior and intermediate divisions. In the senior division, youth will be given cash prizes of $500 for first place, $250 for second place, and $100 for third place.

For more information about the Virtual Interview Contest, or other Holstein Association USA youth programs, visit www.holstein usa.com/juniors/.

2022 National Judi Collinsworth Memorial Scholarship Recipients Announced

The National Judi Collinsworth Outstanding Junior Exhibitor Memorial Scholarship award recognizes National Junior Holstein Exhibitors who have shown committed involvement and interest in the Holstein industry. Holstein Association USA is pleased to announce the 2022 scholarship winners and support two outstanding Junior Holstein Members as they pursue higher education.

Receiving the top $1,000 scholarship is Kylie Konyn from California. Kylie is currently attending the University of Wisconsin – Madison, where she is involved in the Badger Dairy Club, Collegiate Farm Bureau, Association of Women in Agriculture, and is an undergraduate research assistant. In the future, she plans to pursue a doctorate in dairy cattle genetics or nutrition.

Kylie has been working with Registered Holsteins® for 12 years and found success at both the International Junior Holstein Show and Grand National Junior Holstein Show this year. In addition to her showring success over the years, Kylie has been a Young Distinguished Junior Member (YDJM) finalist, competed in the Dairy Bowl, Dairy Jeopardy, and Speech competitions, and served three terms as California Junior Holstein president.

“From various Junior Holstein competitions, leadership positions, on farm internship and learning opportunities, show string teams, and in my daily life at school, I have learned the value and impact that network and teamwork can have on a person’s Junior Holstein career,” Kylie wrote in her scholarship application. “As I look forward to further involvement in the Holstein breed, I aspire to use the skills and relationships I have developed to further impact the lives and industry around me.”

Receiving the $500 scholarship is Delana Erbsen from Illinois. Delana is majoring in Dairy Science at Iowa State University where she is active in the Iowa State Dairy Science Club. She also remains involved in her family’s farm, Erbacres Holsteins, where she is responsible for helping care for youngstock, milking cows, and cow comfort. After completing her undergraduate degree, Delana hopes to attend veterinary school or pursue a doctorate in animal breeding and genetics.

Delana’s National Junior Holstein Association experiences include participating in Dairy Bowl and Dairy Jeopardy and being selected as a YDJM finalist. She also enjoys working with her family at local, state, and national Holstein shows, and plans to continue breeding, raising, and showing Registered Holsteins with her family.

About the Award

Judi Collinsworth worked at Holstein Association USA in Brattleboro, Vermont as the Executive Director of Member and Industry Relations. She spent a great deal of time working to improve and expand the programs available to Holstein youth and was responsible for telemarketing, member-related programs, State Association communications, member services and Association external affairs.

Scholarship recipients must be a National Junior Holstein member and enrolled in a 2- or 4-year college or university. Youth must also have exhibited their animal at a National Junior Holstein Show during the current show season. Applicants are judged on their leadership profile, Holstein involvement and interest, and participation in other activities. More information can be found at www.holsteinusa.com/pdf/forms_apps/collinsworth_award.pdf.

2022 National Judi Collinsworth Memorial Scholarship Recipients Announced

The National Judi Collinsworth Outstanding Junior Exhibitor Memorial Scholarship award recognizes National Junior Holstein Exhibitors who have shown committed involvement and interest in the Holstein industry. Holstein Association USA is pleased to announce the 2022 scholarship winners and support two outstanding Junior Holstein Members as they pursue higher education. Kylie

Receiving the top $1,000 scholarship is Kylie Konyn from California. Kylie is currently attending the University of Wisconsin – Madison, where she is involved in the Badger Dairy Club, Collegiate Farm Bureau, Association of Women in Agriculture, and is an undergraduate research assistant. In the future, she plans to pursue a doctorate in dairy cattle genetics or nutrition.

Kylie has been working with Registered Holsteins® for 12 years and found success at both the International Junior Holstein Show and Grand National Junior Holstein Show this year. In addition to her showring success over the years, Kylie has been a Young Distinguished Junior Member (YDJM) finalist, competed in the Dairy Bowl, Dairy Jeopardy, and Speech competitions, and served three terms as California Junior Holstein president.

“From various Junior Holstein competitions, leadership positions, on farm internship and learning opportunities, show string teams, and in my daily life at school, I have learned the value and impact that network and teamwork can have on a person’s Junior Holstein career,” Kylie wrote in her scholarship application. “As I look forward to further involvement in the Holstein breed, I aspire to use the skills and relationships I have developed to further impact the lives and industry around me.”

Receiving the $500 scholarship is Delana Erbsen from Illinois. Delana is majoring in Dairy Science at Iowa State University where she is active in the Iowa State Dairy ScienceDelana Club. She also remains involved in her family’s farm, Erbacres Holsteins, where she is responsible for helping care for youngstock, milking cows, and cow comfort. After completing her undergraduate degree, Delana hopes to attend veterinary school or pursue a doctorate in animal breeding and genetics.

Delana’s National Junior Holstein Association experiences include participating in Dairy Bowl and Dairy Jeopardy and being selected as a YDJM finalist. She also enjoys working with her family at local, state, and national Holstein shows, and plans to continue breeding, raising, and showing Registered Holsteins with her family.

About the Award

Judi Collinsworth worked at Holstein Association USA in Brattleboro, Vermont as the Executive Director of Member and Industry Relations. She spent a great deal of time working to improve and expand the programs available to Holstein youth and was responsible for telemarketing, member-related programs, State Association communications, member services and Association external affairs.

Scholarship recipients must be a National Junior Holstein member and enrolled in a 2- or 4-year college or university. Youth must also have exhibited their animal at a National Junior Holstein Show during the current show season. Applicants are judged on their leadership profile, Holstein involvement and interest, and participation in other activities. More information can be found at www.holsteinusa.com/pdf/forms_apps/collinsworth_award.pdf.

Holstein Association USA Seeks Nominations for 2023 Annual Awards

Nominations are open for Holstein Association USA’s annual awards. These include the 2023 Distinguished Young Holstein Breeder, Elite Breeder, and Distinguished Leadership awards.

“Each year, it’s an honor to recognize outstanding Holstein Association USA members and friends of the organization who have made significant contributions to the dairy industry,” says Holstein Association CEO John Meyer. “We encourage members to think back on those who have made a positive impact on the Holstein breed and Holstein Association USA, and to submit nominations for these prestigious awards.”

The Distinguished Young Holstein Breeder Award recognizes significant accomplishments of young Registered Holstein® breeders ages 21 to 40. Submissions can be made for individuals, a couple, or business partners. The winning applicant will receive travel and lodging expenses (for up to two people) to National Holstein Convention, complimentary tickets to the Convention banquet, and a $2,000 cash award.

The Elite Breeder Award honors a living Holstein Association USA member, family, partnership, or corporation who has bred outstanding animals and thereby made a notable contribution to the advancement of U.S. Registered Holsteins.

The Distinguished Leadership Award is given to an individual who has provided outstanding and unselfish leadership that has contributed to the improvement of Holstein Association USA and/or the dairy industry.

Applications for the Elite Breeder and Distinguished Leadership awards are considered for three years after initial submission.

Award applications are available on the Holstein Association USA website, www.holsteinusa.com/awards/individuals. Nomination applications must be postmarked by January 31, 2023. Honorees will receive their recognition during the 2023 National Holstein Convention, June 23-27, in Lexington, Kentucky.

Additionally, a scholarship is available to students interested in agriculture who plan to pursue their master’s degree in business administration. The Robert H. Rumler MBA Scholarship awards $3,000 to a qualified individual pursuing their MBA at an accredited university. Applications for this scholarship must be received by April 15, 2023.

The previous award winners since 2007 are recognized below. Congratulations to these well-deserving recipients!

Previous Distinguished Young Holstein Breeder Award Winners

2022 – Mitch Kappelman, WI

2021 – Mackenzie, Andy, Tyler, and Kelly Reynolds, NY

2020 – Kurt and Sarah Loehr, WI

2019 – Sheri Regan-Danhof, IA

2018 – David Harvatine, NY

2017 – Craig Carncross, WI

2016 – Joe Loehr, WI

2015 – Joel Mills, PA

2014 – Greg Andersen, ID

2013 – Chad & Amy Ryan, WI

2012 – Jonathan & Alicia Lamb, NY

2011 – Brad Groves, MO

2010 – Timothy Baker, MI

2009 – Jan & Jeff King, NY

2008 – Mark & Angie Ulness, WI

2007 – Bruce & Brenda Long, WI

Previous Distinguished Leadership Award Winners

2022 – The Honorable Collin Peterson, MN

2021 – Dave Fischer, IL

2020 – Patricia Gifford, NY

2019 – George A. Miller, OH

2018 – William C. Nichol, PA

2017 – Jerry Strandlund, WA

2016 – Dick Witter, PA

2015 – M. Duane Green, MI

2014 – Marlowe Nelson, WI

2013 – Horace Backus, NY

2012 – Dr. Robert E. Walton, WI

2011 – Charles E. Iager, MD

2010 – Ida B. Ruby, OR

2009 – Dennis C. Wolff, PA

2008 – Richard T. Coyne, NY

2007 – William T. McKarns, OH

Previous Elite Breeder Award Winners

2022 – Sandy Valley Farms/Bauer Brothers, WI

2021 – Emerald Acres, WI

2020 – James and Nina Burdette, PA

2019 – David Bachmann Sr., WI

2018 – Tom and Gin Kestel, WI

2017 – Olmar Farms, MN

2016 – Harvue Farms – David Hardesty, VA

2015 – Conant Acres, ME

2014 – Robthom Holsteins, MO

2013 – Robert Miller, IL

2012 – Regancrest, IA

2011 – Frank Raymond Ruby, OR

2010 – Doug Maddox, CA

2009 – Robert J. Schauf, WI

2008 – Max “Kip” Herzog, CA

2007 – Marvin Nunes, CA

Previous Robert H. Rumler MBA Scholarship Recipients

2022 – Jacob Achen, MN

2021 – Trent Dado, WI

2018 – Tera Baker, MI

2017 – Kelly Driver, NY

2014 – Susie Chelesvig, IA

2010 – John Tauzel, NY

2008 – Kasey Osborn, NY

2007 – Nikolaus Sutter, WI

Pedigree Analysis of 2022 National Holstein Show Winners Released

The annual Pedigree Analysis of National Holstein Show winners has been released by Holstein Association USA for the 2022 show season. These lists provide insight into the genetics of Holsteins who have seen show ring success at the highest levels of competition.

The Pedigree Analysis is updated each year, following the last National Holstein Show of the season. Included are lists of Leading Sires, Leading Maternal Grandsires, and Leading Sire Stacks of National Show Winners. Each category features separate lists for heifers and cows, along with an overall list. In addition, viewers will find other interesting information, such as the average classification score for each class and historical data from previous years.

Holstein females who placed in the top three of their respective age class at a National Holstein Show in 2022 were included in the analysis. This year’s group of animals included 197 different Holstein heifers and 268 different Holstein cows.

Claiming the title of Overall Leading Sire for National Holstein Show winners this year is MR BLONDIN WARRIOR-RED-ET. He sired 40 daughters who placed in the top three of their classes and ranked number one on the heifer list, with a total of 35 heifers.

Taking the second spot on the Overall Leading Sire list with 30 daughters is WALNUTLAWN SIDEKICK. VAL-BISSON DOORMAN-ET was third on the list with 27 daughters sired and claimed the number one spot on the cow list, with 17 daughters.

VAL-BISSON DOORMAN-ET took the first-place position on the Overall Leading Maternal Grandsires list with 45 daughters and was first on the heifers list. BRAEDALE GOLDWYN and MAPLE-DOWNS-I G W ATWOOD-ET ranked second and third on the heifer list, respectively.

On the cow list, the top three spots were claimed by BRAEDALE GOLDWYN with 23 animals, MAPLE-DOWNS-I G W ATWOOD-ET, also with 23 animals, and VAL-BISSON DOORMAN-ET with 20.

Topping the Overall Leading Sire Stack in 2022 was the combination of SIDEKICK x DOORMAN with eight daughters placing in the top three of their classes at 2022 National Holstein Shows.

To view the complete Pedigree Analysis, check under the Popular Lists section on the Holstein Association USA homepage, or go directly to www.holsteinusa.com/shows/pedanalysis_show_winners.html.

The American Milking Shorthorn Society and the Holstein Association USA are working together on a programme to classify multiple breeds.

The American Milking Shorthorn Society (AMSS) is happy to announce that it will work with the Holstein Association USA (HAUSA) to evaluate Milking Shorthorn cattle all over the United States. The new Multi-Breed Classification (Holstein, Guernsey, and Milking Shorthorn) programme will be run by appraisers who have been trained by HAUSA. They will work with HAUSA staff and AMSS staff to make sure that as many Milking Shorthorn breeders as possible can classify cows on a regular basis.

Under the direction of the AMSS type and classification committee, training sessions for HAUSA classifiers will be set up this spring. In May of 2023, HAUSA classifiers will start giving scores to Milking Shorthorn herds. On the AMSS website in January, there will be a full calendar with sign-up dates and tour dates.

“We’re glad to be able to help the American Milking Shorthorn Society classify Milking Shorthorn cows. “This joint effort will help members of both the American Milking Shorthorn Society and the Holstein Association USA,” said John M. Meyer, CEO of HAUSA. AMSS President Marcia Clark said, “The AMSS Board of Directors are looking forward to working with HAUSA on a classification programme that they think will make it easier to score more Milking Shorthorns consistently.”

In January, the milkingshorthorn.com website will have a full multi-breed classification schedule and a linear traits brochure. Contact the AMSS or HAUSA to find out more.

Vanvalley Epic Siiri Is 2022 BC Holstein Cow of the Year

The BC Holstein Association has just made the announcement that Vanvalley Epic Siiri EX-90-2E-CAN 5* has been selected as the winner of the 2022 British Columbia Cow of the Year award. Siiri was the pinnacle of utility, and it all started with her breeding in Duncan, British Columbia, with Ben Van Boven and his family. She had a lifetime production of 173,875 litres of milk (383,325 lbs), with a top record of 17,105 kg 616 kg 3.6% f 482 kg 2.9%p in 365d days at 13-01 (37,710 M 1358 F 1063 P) and a BCA of 316-309-277. In addition, she had a top record of 17,105 kg 616 kg 3.6% f 482 kg 2.9%p in 365d days at 13-01

Her first baby was a boy, but after that, she gave birth to a total of 12 healthy female calves. Her nine daughters have all been categorised as Good Plus or better, with three receiving a score of VG-88 and two more receiving a score of VG-85. She still has two more heifers that need to give birth, and as her offspring continue to add lactations and categories, she should be eligible for additional brood cow stars.
At the moment, one third of the VanValley herd is made up of Siiri’s offspring. Congratulations to Ben and Margie VanBoven, as well as Matt and Darbi VanBoven, on winning the BC Cow of the Year competition for 2022!

The following cows were all finalists for the 2022 BC Cow of the Year award:
Lavender Shottle Rosey EX-91-5E-CAN 7* – Lavender Farms Ltd.
Marilyn Sunnyhome Shottle is the EX-91-5E-CAN 12* representative of Sunnyhome Farms.
Vanvalley Epic Siiri EX-90-2E-CAN 5* – Vanvalley Farm Ltd.
Willwikk Baxter Dottie EX-91-6E-CAN 3* – J. William Wikkerind Farms Ltd.

Holstein Prefixes to be Released on December 31, 2022

It’s become an annual tradition for Holstein USA – the year-end release of prefixes that have been unused for over 20 years. Allowing the reuse of old, unused prefixes gives new members an opportunity to reserve a prefix that fits them and their farm.

The following are conditions regarding prefixes, as dictated by Board of Directors policy:
• After being reviewed by the board of directors, prefixes that have not been used to name a Registered Holstein in more than 20 years will be available for reuse.
• A prefix may be released for reuse after less than 20 years with the consent or request of the proprietor.
• The board of directors reserves the right to permanently retire a prefix.
• The proprietor may request permanent retirement of their prefix for a $100 fee.

This year, approximately 1,230 prefixes are scheduled to be released. If you’re looking for inspiration, see the entire list here!

How have calf registrations from the GB dairy herd changed over time?

The composition of calves being produced from the GB dairy herd has changed substantially over the years, according to registration data from the British Cattle Movement Service (BCMS). We explore these figures in more detail, for GB Calf Week.

In 2021, 1.44 million calves were registered to dairy dams, according to BCMS figures. Out of this, 36% were “dairy females”, 14% were “dairy males”, with the remainder (50%) being “non-dairy” males and females (beef X dairy calves).

This picture has changed over the last decade. Since 2011, the number of dairy males and “non-dairy” animals being registered from the dairy herd have diverged significantly. Dairy male registrations have fallen by 44%, while the number of non-dairy animal registrations have risen by 59%. There has also been a small rise in the number of dairy female registrations (+10%). In total, birth registrations to dairy dams in GB have risen by 12% (155,000 head) between 2011 and 2021.

Chart showing trends in birth registrations to GB dairy dams 2011-2021

Over the same period, the dairy herd has grown slightly. Defra data shows that the UK herd expanded by 4% (76,000 head) between December 2011 and 2021. The herd grew relatively rapidly from 2013, peaking at just over 1.9 million head in December 2015. However, since then, numbers have been on a slight decline. In December 2021, the herd stood at 1.86 million, 3% lower than six years previous.

Chart showing trends in UK cow numbers 2011-2021

The change in calf registrations over time is reflective of advancements in breeding strategies and technology within the industry. AHDB survey data shows that the use of sexed semen has increased significantly in the last decade, making up 70.5% of all dairy semen sales in the 12 months to March 2022. In 2012, this was just 12.3%. Beef semen use has also gained popularity among dairy producers, with sales to the dairy herd making up 48% of total beef semen sales over the same period.

Chief Executive Officer Appointed at Holstein UK Group

The Holstein UK Group is delighted to announce the appointment of Melanie Harmitt as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer.

Melanie joined Holstein UK in 2017 as Company Secretary and Chief Finance Officer. Her career before Holstein UK spanned a range of sectors and disciplines, with extensive experience in the operational aspect of businesses in particular the charity sector. She is a CIPFA qualified chartered accountant with 30 years accounting experience and specialist skills in public sector, education and charity accounting.

Over the past five years, Melanie and Sue Cope implemented a wide range of initiatives and processes to future-proof the group and take it forward. Melanie will oversee the management of the Holstein UK Group which includes the charity, Holstein UK, and two subsidiary companies, the Cattle Information Service (CIS) and the National Bovine Data Centre (NBDC). In addition to working with the management teams, Melanie will support the Board of Trustees to establish and deliver the five-year strategy to ensure Holstein UK Group are at the forefront of the dairy industry through the provision of products, services and advice that inform and support the industry.

Michael Smale, Chairman of Holstein UK, commented; “On behalf of the trustees we are delighted that Melanie accepted the position of CEO. Melanie’s experience of how the business operates and the charity sector is of tremendous importance to delivering efficiency, advancement, and competitiveness to the Holstein Group. The appointment continues the stability that has been brought to the group over the past five years and we are very confident that Melanie will deliver the strategic objectives.”

Melanie Harmitt, Chief Executive Officer, added; “I am proud that the trustees recognise the work that myself and Sue Cope delivered to take the group forward. I am honoured to have been given the opportunity to continue Sue’s legacy and look forward to delivering the objectives. I am passionate about aligning resources to deliver the best possible services for members and customers and encouraging working across all departments to provide a joined-up approach to service delivery.”

Canadian National Holstein Show 2022 – The Royal

Date: Thursday, November 10th at 1:00pm 
Location: Toronto, ON.
Judge: Paul Trapp, WI
Associate Judge Mike Duckett, WI.

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BLONDIN RD UNSTOPABULL MAPLE
GRAND CHAMPION
Canadian National Holstein Show 2022 – The Royal
KEVIN J DOEBERINER, WILLIAM H SCHILLING R & BF LIVESTOCK AND LINDSAY BOWEN, WEST SALEM, OH

Grand Champion: Blondin Rd Unstopabull Maple-Red (Unstopabull), 1st senior 3-year-old, R & F Livestock, William Schilling, Kevin Doeberiener and Lindsay Bowen of West Salem, OH
Reserve Grand Champion: Jacobs High Octane Babe (High Octane), 1st 5-year-old, Ferme Jacobs, Cap Sante, QC
HM Grand Champion: Oak-Ridge-K Gchip Turbo (Gold Chip), 1st 4-year-old, Milksource & Ransom-Rail Farms, Kaukauna, WI

JACOBS HIGH OCTANE BABE
Grand Champion Bred and Owned
Canadian National Holstein Show 2022 – The Royal
FERME JACOBS INC, CAP SANTE, QC

Bred & Owned Champion: Jacobs High Octane Babe (High Octane), 1st 5-year-old, Ferme Jacobs, Cap Sante, QC
Reserve Bred & Owned Champion: Vinbert Kingboy Birdy (Kingboy), 1st Production Cow, Ferme Belgarde Inc, Ferme Silvercrest Inc, Ferme Vinbert Inc, Acton Vale, QC

ROSEMARY UNIX GOLDIE
Intermediate Champion – Canadian National Holstein Show 2022 – The Royal
JIM BUTLER, CARY, IL

Intermediate Champion: Rosemary Unix Goldie (Unix), 1st fall 2-year-old, Jim Butler, Chebanse, IL
Reserve Intermediate Champion: Glenirvine Unix Sally (Unix), 2nd fall 2-year-old, Milksource, Kaukauna, WI
HM Intermediate Champion: Mosnang Unix Lipstick (Unix), 1st junior 3-year-old, Westcoast Holsteins, Chilliwack, BC

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KINGSWAY ALLIGATOR A TWIX
Junior Champion – Canadian National Holstein Show 2022 – The Royal
VELTHUIS FARMS LTD, OSGOODE, ON

Summer Calf

Born on or after June 1st, 2022

BLONDIN LEGEND LINDA 1ST PLACE SUMMER CALF
Canadian National Holstein Show 2022 – The Royal FERME BLONDIN, HULLCREST HOLSTEINS, JEAN-PHILIPPE PROULX, JM VALLEY HOLSTEIN, STEPHANE GENDREAU, SAINT-PLACIDE, QC

  1. BLONDIN LEGEND LINDA, HOCANF120941933
    Bred and Owned
    FERME BLONDIN, HULLCREST HOLSTEINS, JEAN-PHILIPPE PROULX, JM VALLEY HOLSTEIN, STEPHANE GENDREAU, SAINT-PLACIDE, QC
  2. MAPEL WOOD DOORMAN TREASURE, HOCANF14357682
    GARY K. LINTVEDT, MATT LINTVEDT, BEN VERTHEIN, EDGERTON, WI
  3. PETITCLERC LAMBDA ADMIR, HOCANF121061981
    FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, MATT HAWBAKER, TENRIDGE CATTLE, ST. BASILE, QC
  4. KARNVIEW ALLIGATOR MAGIC, HOCANF14306278
    BAY HOLSTEINS, KARNVIEW FARMS INC, MAURANNE HEBERT, MURRAY SIDING, NS
  5. HOLLOWBROOK-I ANALYST BLEXY, HOCANF14341963
    JOEL PHOENIX, T & L CATTLE LTD, CANNINGTON, ON
  6. WINRIGHT CRUSHABULL ALDEAN, HOCANF14341970
    BRIAN JOSEPH ENRIGHT, WINCHESTER, ON
  7. JM VALLEY LAMBDA LYSANA, HOCANF120951801
    FRANK A. & DIANE BORBA, JM VALLEY HOLSTEIN, MODESTO, CA
  8. BOISVERT ALLIGATOR CHARM, HOCANF120933182
    MICHEL & ALCIDE BOISVERT, L’AVENIR, QC
  9. KARNVIEW LAMBDA AUBURN, HOCANF14306279
    KARNVIEW FARMS INC, WOODSTOCK, ON
  10. PETITCLERC LAMBDA STAR, HOCANF121061976
    FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, ST. BASILE, QC
  11. WINRIGHT RD DOORMAN LACEY, HOCANF14341971
    STORY BOOK HOLSTEINS, OWEN SOUND, ON
  12. WINRIGHT ALTITUDE ECSTASY, HOCANF14341969
    BRIAN JOSEPH ENRIGHT, LUCKY HILL DAIRY LTD, WINCHESTER, ON
  13. JM VALLEY LAMBDA CELINE, HOCANF120951806
    FERME BLONDIN, JEAN-PHILIPPE PROULX, JM VALLEY HOLSTEIN, SAINT-PLACIDE, QC
  14. DELCREEK TASTY TANG, HOCANF14355467
    DELCREEK HOLSTEINS, WINCHESTER, ON
  15. CLARKVALLEY UNIX MISSY, HOCANF14420303
    RONALD GRANDY, OSHAWA, ON
  16. DELCREEK SMACK DAT, HOCANF14355466
    DELCREEK HOLSTEINS, WINCHESTER, ON
  17. BARD LEGEND JOVANI, HOCANF121039900
    FERME BARD INC, STE. ANNE DE LA POCATIERE, QC
  18. WEEKSDALE UNSTOPABULL LEXI, HOCANF14397096
    WEEKSDALE HOLSTEINS INC, BREADALBANE, PE
  19. LEIGHSIDE RESPECT PINK WHITNEY, HOCANF14460564
    PATRICK & KATHLEEN CORRIGAN, RYAN CORRIGAN, FRANKFORD, ON
  20. KIRKLEA JORDY PISTACHIO, HOCANF14235650
    KIRKLEA HOLSTEINS
  21. KARNVIEW LAMBDA AMUSE, HOCANF14306280
    KARNVIEW FARMS INC, WOODSTOCK, ON
  22. EBYBROOK I DON’T KNOW, HOCANF13780203
    BREAMONT HOLSTEINS, EBYBROOK HOLSTEINS, TAVISTOCK, ON
  23. BARD LEGEND JOVINCI, HOCANF121039902
    FERME BARD INC, STE. ANNE DE LA POCATIERE, QC
  24. COBEQUID DIAMONDBACK AKON, HOCANF14283919
    WEEKSDALE HOLSTEINS INC, BREADALBANE, PE
  25. KENNEBEC ILUSTRATOR MONTECARLO, HOCANF120582485
    FERME SS KENNEBEC, SAINT-THÉOPHILE, QC
  26. COBEQUID MAX P SERENITY, HOCANF14283923
    COBEQUID HOLSTEINS, LOWER DEBERT, NS
  27. JM VALLEY SIDEKICK LOUVE, HOCANF120951807
    FRANK A. & DIANE BORBA, JM VALLEY HOLSTEIN, RICHARD W. & SHANNON ALLYN, STEPHANE GENDREAU, MODESTO, CA

Spring Heifer

Born between March 1st, 2022 and May 31st, 2022

LOA-DE-MEDE LAMBDA DIXIE
1ST PLACE SPRING CALF
Canadian National Holstein Show 2022 – The Royal
LOA-DE-MEDE FARMS LTD, OSHAWA, ON

  1. LOA-DE-MEDE LAMBDA DIXIE, HOCANF14134342
    Bred and Owned
    LOA-DE-MEDE FARMS LTD, OSHAWA, ON
  2. HODGLYNN ALLIGATOR HONEYPOT, HOCANF14156526
    AGRIBER SOCIETA AGRICOLA SRL, BECKRIDGE HOLSTEINS, OSCAR & ERIC DUPASQUIER, QUALITY HOLSTEINS
  3. HODGLYNN ALONGSIDE HEALER, HOCANF14156524
    Ferme Cerpolait, Saint-Aimé, QC
  4. PETITCLERC TATOO ALFONSO, HOCANF120830074
    FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, ST. BASILE, QC
  5. EBYBROOK ALLDAY LEMMY, HOCANF13780211
    CLARKVALLEY HOLSTEINS, PIERRE BOULET, WOODVILLE, ON
  6. DUHIBOU HANIKO FÉLICITA, HOCANF121022648
    VELTHUIS FARMS LTD, OSGOODE, ON
  7. CLARKVALLEY CERTIFIED WARRIOR, HOCANF14420283
    JIM BUTLER, CHEBANSE, IL
  8. DAPPLEVIEW STORM ARABELLA ET, HOCANF13978922
    JOEL PHOENIX, KAMINK FARMS LIMITED, MATTHEW FORESTELL, WERRHURST HOLSTEINS, CANNINGTON, ON
  9. CHAKELBURG MASTER SAWEETIE, HOCANF14425924
    CHAKELBURG HOLSTEINS, JEFF & CHELSEY STEPHENS, MILDMAY, ON
  10. JM VALLEY CRUSHTIME KIKI, HOCANF120951795
    JM VALLEY HOLSTEIN, AMQUI, QC
  11. SMYGWATYS AFTER PARTY WARRIOR, HOCANF14249506
    HAMMING HOLSTEINS LTD, VERNON, BC
  12. REPA ALLIGATOR JENNIFER, HOCANF120904513
    VELTHUIS FARMS LTD, OSGOODE, ON
  13. WALNUTLAWN LAMBDA BRONWYN, HOCANF14379177
    FRANK MEISNER, TREETOP HOLSTEINS, WILMONT, ON
  14. PETITCLERC SIDEKICK ALAKAZAM, HOCANF120830071
    FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, ST. BASILE, QC
  15. MD-MAPLE-LAWN WAR BLUSH-ET, HO840F3254643605
    FRANK & DIANE BORBA, LOOKOUT HOLSTEINS, MIKE MALONEY, MODESTO, CA
  16. PETITCLERC LAMBDA ALBANY, HOCANF121061958
    FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, MARK E IAGER, MATT L & SARAH HAWBAKER, WILL IAGER, ST. BASILE, QC
  17. DUHIBOU IMPRESSION PANAMA, HOCANF121022646
    FERME DUHIBOU INC, ST. LAMBERT DE LAUZON, QC
  18. KNONAUDALE SASSY JAZZY, HOCANF13943507
    BAY HOLSTEINS, KNONAUDALE FARMS INC, MAURANNE HEBERT, MURRAY SIDING, NS
  19. LAFORSTAR MAY LIMITED-P, HOCANF120926147
    ALEXANDRE BEAUCHEMIN, FERME BEAUDOIN, LAFORCE HOLSTEIN INC, NORMLUCK HOLSTEIN, STE. PERPETUE, QC
  20. KIRKLEA K BURGUNDY BARREL, HOCANF14235638
    KIRKLEA HOLSTEINS, VERENA FARMS, DALKEITH, ON
  21. NEW GALMA SIDEKICK EDAIR 1878, HOCANF14316931
    NEW GALMA DAIRY, MT. ELGIN, ON
  22. CHAKELBURG THREE OF A KIND, HOCANF14425930
    WEEKSDALE HOLSTEINS INC, BREADALBANE, PE
  23. GARAY AWESOME BOOTY, HOCANF14355455
    DELCREEK HOLSTEINS, WINCHESTER, ON
  24. LEHOUX FUEL ABORDABLE, HOCANF120900672
    B. LEHOUX & FILS INC, ST. ELZEAR, QC
  25. DAPPLEDALE LEGAND ARLENE, HOCANF14291982
    DAPPLEDALE HOLSTEINS, JOEL PHOENIX, GREENBANK, ON
  26. GLENNHOLME LIMITED BULLSEYE, HOCANF14158680
    FLEURY HOLSTEIN, ISABELLE HOULE & FRANCIS BILODEAU, MARY INN HOLSTEIN, RAPHAEL CHABOT, SAINT-CHRISTOPHE-D’ARTHABASKA, QC
  27. BERITIN LAURIANA CHIEF, HOCANF120731115
    FERME BERICHEL & FILS 2007 INC, GUIGUES, QC
  28. KARNVIEW GUNSHOW CHIEF BRITANY, HOCANF14306255
    KARNVIEW FARMS INC, TYLER GUNBY, WOODSTOCK, ON
  29. DELCREEK KNOTTY KNICKERS, HOCANF14355457
    DELCREEK HOLSTEINS, WINCHESTER, ON
  30. FRAELAND BAROLO ROSETTA, HOCANF13757858
    KEATON PHOENIX, STANHOW HOLSTEINS, UXBRIDGE, ON
  31. TY-D UNIX PRICILLA, HOCANF120149111
    FERME JACOBS INC, JAYDEN DOIRON, JOHNY JACOBS, KILIAN THERAULAZ, RYAN DOIRON, TY-D HOLSTEINS, CAP SANTE, QC
  32. FARROW LUSTER-P ALLY, HOCANF14125299
    FAR-ROW HOLSTEINS, WOODVILLE, ON
  33. LEIGHSIDE ALTITUDE LEMONCELLO, HOCANF14460540
    BECKHOLM HOLSTEINS, SUNDERLAND, ON
  34. SHOWBROS MASTER LOTUS, 840003235524457
    Dylan Slack, Bethel, VT
  35. DUHIBOU AVENGER PIXA, HOCANF121022647
    TY-D HOLSTEINS, CAP SANTE, QC
  36. YORELLEA THUNDERSTORM ALOHA, HOCANF14242499
    YORELLEA FARMS, ST. EUGENE, ON
  37. SUNNYBLOOM ILLUSTRATOR DONNA, HOCANF14353285
    BLOOMFIELD FARMS LTD, ETHAN BLOOMFIELD, ILDERTON, ON
  38. CASSON BEEBROOK SWIPE RIGHT, HOCANF12848564
    BEEBROOK FARMS, CASSON HOLSTEINS, LONDON, ON
  39. BELFAST LAMBDA LOLA, HOCANF120793751
    BELFAST HOLSTEIN ENR, ST. PATRICE, QC
  40. PROVETAZ SIDEKICK GINGERBREAD, HOCANF120791304
    FERME JATON & GREMION ENRG, COMPTON, QC
  41. COBEQUID UNIX LIME, HOCANF14283896
    COBEQUID HOLSTEINS, LOWER DEBERT, NS
  42. BLUE-GENE K DOC KERRY, HO840F3250306377
    JAQUEMET HOLSTEINS, RAYMOND J. SMYGWATY, WINCHESTER, ON
  43. MS EATONHOLME UNIX LUNA-ET, HO840F3242788155
    FERME JACOBS INC, PIERRE BOULET, CAP SANTE, QC
  44. MAPLEVUE CHIEF LOOK AT ME, HOCANF13884038
    CAMERON BARKEY, MAPLEVUE FARMS, SAM JOHNSTON, SETH JOHNSTON, BLACKSTOCK, ON
  45. HODGLYNN AVENGER RUBY, HOCANF14156527
    PETDALE FARM, SELECT FARM & EXPORT SERVICES INC, DURHAM, ON
  46. PATIENCE LUSTER SUNSET, HOCANF14357672
    BECKHOLM HOLSTEINS, SUNDERLAND, ON
  47. EASTSIDE LEGEND BRIDGET, HOCANF14192905
    FERME BLONDIN, WEEKSDALE HOLSTEINS INC, SAINT-PLACIDE, QC

Winter Heifer

Born between December 1st, 2021 and February 28th, 2022

KARNVIEW HANIKO JULIET
1ST PLACE INTERMEDIATE CALF

Canadian National Holstein Show 2022 – The Royal
JIM BUTLER, CHEBANSE, IL

  1. KARNVIEW HANIKO JULIET, HOCANF14306236
    JIM BUTLER, CHEBANSE, IL
  2. KENTVILLE DOC VANCOUVER, HOCANF14293962
    JAQUEMET HOLSTEINS, JOSEPH ENRIGHT, RIVERDOWN HOLSTEINS, WINCHESTER, ON
  3. MS TANG DOORMAN ADEQUATE-ET, HO840F3239307350
    VELTHUIS FARMS LTD, DECORAH, IA
  4. LEHOUX VICTOR TOPAGE, HOCANF120900668
    Bred and Owned
    B. LEHOUX & FILS INC, ST. ELZEAR, QC
  5. PETITCLERC LAMBDA ARUBA, HOCANF120872369
    FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, ST. BASILE, QC
  6. KARNVIEW DOORMAN AMAZON, HOCANF14306239
    KARNVIEW FARMS INC, WOODSTOCK, ON
  7. EXTRAMILE LAS VEGAS TATOO, HOCANF14084895
    WESTCOAST HOLSTEINS, CHILLIWACK, BC
  8. LOA-DE-MEDE BAROLO JOAN, HOCANF14134334
    LOA-DE-MEDE FARMS LTD, OSHAWA, ON
  9. SMYGWATYS SIDEKICK AMARILLO, HOCANF14249498
    HARTHAVEN FARMS INC, MONTDALE HOLSTEINS, RAYMOND J. SMYGWATY, MORRISBURG, ON
  10. MS TANG ALL ABOUT THAT-ET, HO840F3239307382
    VELTHUIS FARMS LTD, OSGOODE, ON
  11. CERPOLAIT HANIKO VOLT, HOCANF120918740
    FERME CERPOLAIT S.E.N.C, ST. AIME, QC
  12. PETITCLERC LAMBDA ASKA, HOCANF120830065
    JIM BUTLER, CHEBANSE, IL
  13. BLONDIN LAMBDA ALYS, HOCANF120941798
    BLONDIN SIRES, FERME BLONDIN, SAINT-PLACIDE, QC
  14. JM VALLEY LAMBDA LYNA, HOCANF120951772
    JM VALLEY HOLSTEIN, AMQUI, QC
  15. SMYGWATYS SIDEKICK RIBBON RAE, HOCANF14249496
    BRIAN JOSEPH ENRIGHT, WINCHESTER, ON
  16. QUALITY SIDEKICK LILYPAD, HOCANF14041352
    1st 4H – B+W
    AGRIBER SOCIETA AGRICOLA SRL, BECKRIDGE HOLSTEINS, FLORBIL FARMS LTD, OSCAR & ERIC DUPASQUIER, QUALITY HOLSTEINS
  17. CANHOPE UNSTOPABULL AFFECTION, HOCANF14296720
    CANHOPE HOLSTEINS, PALMERSTON, ON
  18. FARROW DENVER J LO, HOCANF14125290
    FAR-ROW HOLSTEINS, WOODVILLE, ON
  19. DANDYLAND SK LYNSEY LOU, HOCANF14183745
    DANDYLAND FARM, SCHOMBERG, ON
  20. JOEL YES GARY DENVER, HOCANF14250381
    MICHEL BEAULIEU, STE. ANNE DE PRESCOTT, ON
  21. JACOBS CHIEF VIVALDI, HOCANF120684461
    AXEL HOLSTEIN, FERME JACOBS INC, HONFLEUR, QC
  22. RIVERDOWN CHIEF DIRANGO, HOCANF14089487
    Bred and Owned
    JAQUEMET HOLSTEINS, KNONAUDALE FARMS INC, RIVERDOWN HOLSTEINS, WINCHESTER, ON
  23. CHERRY CREST VANVLEET, HOCANF13286811
    CHERRY CREST HOLSTEINS, MARTINTOWN, ON
  24. WINRIGHT SUNNYLODGE SK ERICA, HOCANF14045524
    BRIAN JOSEPH ENRIGHT, JAQUEMET HOLSTEINS, WINCHESTER, ON
  25. RIVERDOWN DROPKICK ADECADENT, HOCANF14089493
    PETDALE FARM, SELECT FARM & EXPORT SERVICES INC, DURHAM, ON
  26. PROBLAY ALLDAY PRUNA, HOCANF120782804
    FERME GILLES PROVENCHER INC, FERME RALSTON S.E.N.C, COATICOOK, QC
  27. EASTRIVER BAROLO LIFE 900, HOCANF14228196
    WEEKSDALE HOLSTEINS INC, BREADALBANE, PE
  28. KARNVIEW BAROLO REECES, HOCANF14306240
    KARNVIEW FARMS INC, WOODSTOCK, ON
  29. KNONAUDALE OREO BLIZZARD, HOCANF14235635
    KIRKLEA HOLSTEINS, KNONAUDALE FARMS INC, ROB HEFFERNAN, DALKEITH, ON
  30. VERTDOR AVENGER MOORES, HOCANF120478227
    FERME VERT D’OR INC, STE. HELENE, QC
  31. RIVERDOWN BAROLO ABROOKBY, HOCANF14089498
    3rd 4H – B+W
    CRATER FARM, HARTINGTON, ON
  32. VALE-O-SKENE PARADISE HAWAII, HOCANF13867403
    VALE-O-SKENE HOLSTEINS, LITTLE BRITAIN, ON
  33. MERRY MEADOWS LUSTER GABBY, HOCANF13704438
    DRENNAN FARMS LTD, JEREMY & KAITLYN KRESKY, DUNGANNON, ON
  34. TINBER LAMBDA LITCHI, HOCANF120618030
    PRIMETIME HOLSTEINS, DEROCHE, BC
  35. DIAMOND HILL DOOR, HOCANF14192897
    H. KEITH CHARLTON & CO, BRANTFORD, ON
  36. BELMORAL WAR LORDE, HOCANF14115959
    BELMORAL FARMS LTD, TEESWATER, ON
  37. DUHUIT TOTEM MARGOT, HOCANF120859728
    FERME DES MARCIL, FERME KAMLAKE, FERME MAGUY NORMANDIN INC, NORMANDIN, QC
  38. LAFORSTAR LEXUS ALLIGATOR, HOCANF120926141
    LAFORCE HOLSTEIN INC, ST. ELPHEGE, QC

Fall Heifer

Born between September 1st, 2021 and November 30th, 2021

REPA DRH ASHBY JENNIDREAM
1ST PLACE FALL HEIFER CALF

Canadian National Holstein Show 2022 – The Royal
VELTHUIS FARMS LTD, OSGOODE, ON

  1. REPA DRH ASHBY JENNIDREAM, HOCANF111345691
    VELTHUIS FARMS LTD, OSGOODE, ON
  2. LORMARR LEA ALLEYOOP SWISH, HOCANF14228679
    DALTON J. FARIS, EAST GWILLIMBURY, ON
  3. HUGHES HILL UNSTOPABULL HOPE, HOCANF13112021
    COBEQUID HOLSTEINS, LOWER DEBERT, NS
  4. REYNCREST D LESS IS MORE-ET, 840003239307169
    Bred and Owned
    REYNCREST FARMS INC.
  5. LAFORSTAR FANTASTIC DENVER, HOCANF120926127
    EATON HOLSTEINS, STEVE MORRILL & JACK ZEH, SYRACUSE, NY
  6. WINRIGHT SOLOMON WINTER, HOCANF14102117
    BRIAN JOSEPH ENRIGHT, WINCHESTER, ON
  7. PLEASANTVIEW MASTER DANELLE, HOCANF13027910
    ADAM CLARK, CLARKVALLEY HOLSTEINS, COLIN & KAREN LEACH, BEAVERTON, ON
  8. SUNKIST-EDONK WAR BLACKOUT, HO840F3220463509
    WEEKSDALE HOLSTEINS INC, BREADALBANE, PE
  9. BELMORAL DOC NIGHTFALL, HOCANF14115950
    FRANK MEISNER, JOREN HOLSTEINS, TARTEN INN HOLSTEINS, WILMONT, ON
  10. REPA MARICO JENNY LOVE TATTOO, HOCANF120784620
    MARCO RODRIGUE & MARIE-CLAUDE MARCOUX, MELANIE PARENTEAU, SAINT-SIMON-LES-MINES, QC
  11. KARNVIEW MIRAND FATALITY, HOCANF14020154
    KARNVIEW FARMS INC, WOODSTOCK, ON
  12. KINGSWAY CRUSHABULL LOLA, HOCANF13694491
    3AMIGOS HOLSTEINS, AYTON, ON
  13. WINRIGHT DOORMAN EMERY, HOCANF14102113
    BRIAN JOSEPH ENRIGHT, WINCHESTER, ON
  14. FRAELAND DYNASTY ASHBY BONNET, HOCANF13757831
    KNONAUDALE FARMS INC, CRYSLER, ON
  15. MS DOORMAN KISS ME ET, 840003231442939
    Interstate Heifer Care, Maryland, MD
  16. TRENT VALLEY DOORMAN TOPSY, HOCANF13847172
    KINGSWAY FARMS, TRENT VALLEY HOLSTEINS, HASTINGS, ON
  17. KAROLSTEIN CAMERISE CHIEF, HOCANF120452606
    WADELAND DAIRY, NORTH OGDEN, UT
  18. JACOBS LAMBDA ATLAS, HOCANF120600994
    MUTSUKO KUME & SHINGO IMAMURA, CAP SANTE, QC
  19. DUHIBOU ALLIGATOR FLYRA, HOCANF120878025
    FERME DUHIBOU INC, ST. LAMBERT DE LAUZON, QC
  20. JM VALLEY LAMBDA LITTLE, HOCANF120922793
    FRANK A. & DIANE BORBA, JM VALLEY HOLSTEIN, RICHARD W. & SHANNON ALLYN, STEPHANE GENDREAU, MODESTO, CA
  21. RIVERDOWN CHIEF DIAMOND, HOCANF14089460
    CHRIS & JENNIFER HILL, FERME FORTALE HOLSTEIN INC, FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, THURMONT, MD
  22. PETITCLERC UNIX AUBAINE, HOCANF120872334
    FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, ST. BASILE, QC
  23. CANHOPE MASTER BRIANNA, HOCANF14112669
    1st 4H – B+W
    CANHOPE HOLSTEINS, PALMERSTON, ON
  24. BLONDIN GOLDWYN HONEY, HOCANF120826683
    ALICIA, JUSTIN & MARTIN VERONNEAU, FERME ROUGETTE INC., SAINT-APOLLINAIRE, QC
  25. WATDALE ASHBY BOOM LOU, HOCANF14171491
    JASON WATKE, HANOVER, ON
  26. CANHOPE MASTER LYRIC, HOCANF14112668
    CANHOPE HOLSTEINS, PALMERSTON, ON
  27. HARVESTACRE HILLRISE SPACE JAM, HOCANF120757273
    ANDREW & JOEL MCOUAT, HILLRISE HOLSTEINS, ST. ANDRE D’ARGENTEUIL, QC
  28. MS-AOL REALIST-RED-ET, HO840F3233647039
    ALLARWAY HOLSTEINS, SUNNY TERRACE HOLSTEINS, BRANTFORD, ON
  29. KARNVIEW RED ROCKET P, HOCANF14306234
    UP-RIDGE HOLSTEINS, EMBRO, ON
  30. MS MAPLESIDE DENVER CAMILLE, 840003231463077
    Dylan Slack, Bethel, VT
  31. KNONAUDALE MUDBEE, HOCANF13943480
    BREAMONT HOLSTEINS, KEVIN D. WILLIAMS, TAVISTOCK, ON
  32. RIVERDOWN DOORMAN JIGGAJOYOUS, HOCANF14089456
    FERME MONGRAIN & ASSOCIES, RIVERDOWN HOLSTEINS, SAINT-ANSELME, QC
  33. VALE-O-SKENE AFLAME ELENA, HOCANF13867400
    VALE-O-SKENE HOLSTEINS, LITTLE BRITAIN, ON
  34. HANALEE RANDALL DECLAN, HOCANF14096102
    JIM PHOENIX, JOEL PHOENIX, KEATON PHOENIX, CANNINGTON, ON
  35. MILIBRO MIRAND LAURANCE, HOCANF120807517
    FERME MILIBRO INC, LAURENT BROCHU, TINGWICK, QC
  36. BELFAST LEGEND LYSA, HOCANF120793694
    BELFAST HOLSTEIN ENR, MARY INN HOLSTEIN, ST. PATRICE, QC
  37. CHERRY CREST WOODEN LEGGED PIG, HOCANF13286805
    CHERRY CREST HOLSTEINS, MARTINTOWN, ON
  38. KIRKLEA KINGDOC REIGN, HOCANF14235627
    KIRKLEA HOLSTEINS, DALKEITH, ON
  39. JACOBS BAROLO CARRY, HOCANF120600977
    FERME JACOBS INC, CAP SANTE, QC
  40. CRACKHOLM LAMBDA LIVE IT UP, HOCANF120595732
    SAVANNAH & KOLTON CRACK, RICHMOND, QC
  41. COBEQUID C.R. BEAUTIFUL CRAZY, HOCANF14283877
    COBEQUID HOLSTEINS, LOWER DEBERT, NS
  42. KIRKLEA UNSTOPABULL REPLICA, HOCANF13910187
    KIRKLEA HOLSTEINS, DALKEITH, ON
  43. SWEETVIEW IMPRESSION GUSH, HOCANF120664945
    SWEETVIEW HOLSTEIN, AYER’S CLIFF, QC
  44. MERRY MEADOWS LUSTER COHEN, HOCANF13704437
    DRENNAN FARMS LTD, DUNGANNON, ON

Summer Yearling

Born between June 1st, 2021 and August 31st, 2021

COBEQUID TATTOO RIDDLES
1ST PLACE SUMMER YEARLING
Canadian National Holstein Show 2022 – The Royal
R & F LIVESTOCK INC, CUDWORTH, SK

  1. COBEQUID TATTOO RIDDLES, HOCANF13810907
    R & F LIVESTOCK INC, CUDWORTH, SK
  2. GO-SHO REMEDYS REMINISCE-ET, 840003234287721
    Bred and Owned
    Go-Sho Cattle Co, Whitewater, WI
  3. MILKSOURCE TSTRM TANBARK-ET, HO840F3203772835
    BRIAN JOSEPH ENRIGHT, RIVERDOWN HOLSTEINS, WINCHESTER, ON
  4. JUNIPER UNIX DAVINA, 840003220930282
    Juniper Farm Inc, Gray, ME
  5. PETITCLERC LAMBDA BILBO, HOCANF120647838
    FERME FORTALE HOLSTEIN INC, FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, TENRIDGE CATTLE, SAINT-CHRISTOPHE-D’ARTHABASKA, QC
  6. KARNVIEW GENIE ROZELLA, HOCANF14020129
    RONALD GRANDY, OSHAWA, ON
  7. BORDERVIEW SUMRFEST RUTH-ET, 840003220099792
    Parallel Genetics, East Garafraxa, ON
  8. WINRIGHT CRUSHABULL EMBERLEE, HOCANF14102093
    FERME BLONDIN, JEAN-PHILIPPE PROULX, JM VALLEY HOLSTEIN, STEPHANE GENDREAU, SAINT-PLACIDE, QC
  9. MILKSOURCE TSTRUCK ACTRESS, 840003203772849
    MILK SOURCE LLC, KAUKAUNA, WI
  10. WENDON LAMBDA DION, HOCANF13911923
    FERME JACOBS INC, SHEILA SUNDBORG, CAP SANTE, QC
  11. WILSONBURG ASHBY CROCKER, HOCANF14123878
    BECKHOLM HOLSTEINS, KINGSWAY FARMS, WEEKSDALE HOLSTEINS INC, SUNDERLAND, ON
  12. LUNCREST DOC LIME-2386-ET, 3230002917
    K DOEBERIENER, L BOWEN & CLARKVALLEY
  13. JM VALLEY RESPECT KARO, HOCANF120797843
    JM VALLEY HOLSTEIN, AMQUI, QC
  14. T-TRIPLE-T PRODIGY-ET, HO840F3208432642
    FRANK MEISNER, JOREN HOLSTEINS, TARTEN INN HOLSTEINS, WILMONT, ON
  15. MILLEN ALEAH LAMBDA AMARETTO, HOCANF14005024
    ALEAH FARMS LTD, MILLEN FARMS, BEAVERTON, ON
  16. KIRKLEA MASTER BLACKBERRY, HOCANF13910186
    KIRKLEA HOLSTEINS, DALKEITH, ON
  17. THIERRY RESPECT BIANKA, HOCANF120627712
    THIERRY HOLSTEIN, HEBERTVILLE STATION, QC
  18. EVERGROW ALONGSIDE GAMBLER, HOCANF14050346
    DELCREEK HOLSTEINS, WINCHESTER, ON
  19. BECKHOLM J WHITLEY, HOCANF14135450
    BECKHOLM HOLSTEINS, SUNDERLAND, ON
  20. JACOBS CHIEF LISANA, HOCANF120600916
    FERME CERPOLAIT S.E.N.C, FERME VERT D’OR INC, ST. AIME, QC
  21. PHOENIXHOLM BRAVE STEPHANIE, HOCANF14094133
    CARL PHOENIX & FAMILY, SUNDERLAND, ON
  22. BLONDIN STARS ANGELIKA, HOCANF120689327
    BLONDIN SIRES, FERME BLONDIN, SAINT-PLACIDE, QC
  23. ELIANE MILANO MOLLY, HOCANF120354045
    ANDRE DION, LÉVIS, QC
  24. BOSDALE LAMBDA LUSTERIA, HOCANF14146241
    BOSDALE FARMS INC, RHETT TERPSTRA, CAMBRIDGE, ON
  25. KINGSWAY ALLIGATOR APPETIZER, HOCANF13694472
    KINGSWAY FARMS, TRENT VALLEY HOLSTEINS, HASTINGS, ON
  26. GLENNHOLME INK MASTER, HOCANF14158650
    GLENNHOLME HOLSTEINS, SANDY CREST HOLSTEINS, CARP, ON
  27. CEDARHOLME MASTER MELANIE, HOCANF14157203
    MARKAY HOLSTEINS, EAST GARAFRAXA, ON
  28. RIVERDOWN DROPKICK AMELANIE, HOCANF14089452
    RIVERDOWN HOLSTEINS, METCALFE, ON
  29. VALE-O-SKENE DIAMONDBACK JAYLA, HOCANF13867398
    CLAREMOUNT HOLSTEINS, GARY TROUP, VALE-O-SKENE HOLSTEINS, STRATFORD, ON
  30. CERPOLAIT LAMBDA ARMIA, HOCANF120441972
    FERME JACOBS INC, CAP SANTE, QC
  31. WINRIGHT JORDY COCO, HOCANF14102098
    BRIAN JOSEPH ENRIGHT, JAQUEMET HOLSTEINS, WINCHESTER, ON
  32. MARTINCLERC MAMAMYA LEGEND, HOCANF120717643
    ALEXANDRE BEAUCHEMIN, CHRISTIAN ROBERGE, FERME MILIBRO INC, MARTIN BRETON & CLAIRE BEAUDOIN, STE. PERPETUE, QC
  33. BARD RUBICON JOLLANA, HOCANF120528663
    FERME BARD INC, STE. ANNE DE LA POCATIERE, QC
  34. KAYMANOR JACKSONVILLE JAGUAR, HOCANF13868633
    BECKRIDGE HOLSTEINS, KESWICK, ON
  35. WINRIGHT CRUSHABULL ADELAIDE, HOCANF14102091
    BEST NORD HOLSTEIN, FERME BEAUDOIN, NORMLUCK HOLSTEIN, SAINT-CESAIRE, QC
  36. QUALITY LUSTER BARB, HOCANF14041309
    HOLYWELL HOLSTEINS, GRAND VALLEY, ON
  37. WALNUTLAWN JAGGER BLISS, HOCANF13908601
    WALNUTLAWN FARMS LIMITED, TAVISTOCK, ON
  38. PETITCLERC LAMBDA BLACKY, HOCANF120647858
    FERME JACOBS INC, CAP SANTE, QC
  39. BLANHAVEN SUCCESS ALEXUS, HOCANF13940622
    BLANHAVEN FARMS LTD, DURHAM, ON

Winter Yearling

Born between December 1st, 2020 and February 28th, 2021

KINGSWAY ALLIGATOR A TWIX
1ST PLACE WINTER YEARLING
Canadian National Holstein Show 2022 – The Royal
VELTHUIS FARMS LTD, OSGOODE, ON

  1. KINGSWAY ALLIGATOR A TWIX, HOCANF13694406
    VELTHUIS FARMS LTD, OSGOODE, ON
  2. MS THUNDERSTORM ETERNITY-ET, 840003203772802
    LA FEMME FATALE SYNDICATE
  3. RIVERDOWN SIDEKICK ABRITTANY, HOCANF13422861
    Bred and Owned
    RIVERDOWN HOLSTEINS, METCALFE, ON
  4. BECKRIDGE LASVEGAS MIRAGE, HOCANF13888611
    AGRIBER SOCIETA AGRICOLA SRL, BECKRIDGE HOLSTEINS, QUALITY HOLSTEINS
  5. KINGSWAY DENVER GEORGE, HOCANF13694416
    KINGSWAY FARMS, HASTINGS, ON
  6. SALEM DENVER FRANGELICA, HOCANF13908141
    JOHN W. BUCKLEY, LOUBEL HOLSTEINS INC, LINDSAY, ON
  7. KARNVIEW DENVER APRICOT, HOCANF13716084
    KARNVIEW FARMS INC, WOODSTOCK, ON
  8. PETITCLERC LAMBDA SWEETIE, HOCANF120647813
    FERME FORTALE HOLSTEIN INC, FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, JM VALLEY HOLSTEIN, SAINT-CHRISTOPHE-D’ARTHABASKA, QC
  9. VELTHUIS DOORMAN FANTA, HOCANF13848140
    VELTHUIS FARMS LTD, OSGOODE, ON
  10. MILLEN DOORMAN ARUGULA, HOCANF14004980
    MILLEN FARMS, OMEMEE, ON
  11. WINRIGHT DOORMAN EXPLOSIVE, HOCANF13828573
    BRIAN JOSEPH ENRIGHT, JAQUEMET HOLSTEINS, WINCHESTER, ON
  12. RIVERDOWN KINGDOC ASHLEY, HOCANF13422862
    3AMIGOS HOLSTEINS, AYTON, ON
  13. MS HAVE YOU HEARD-ET, HO840F3230189411
    CHERRYRIDGE FARMS, BRANTFORD, ON
  14. PETITCLERC DENVER ARRIANA, HOCANF120422731
    CEDARLANE FARM, FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, OLDWICK, NJ
  15. CANHOPE DIAMONDBACK KARMA, HOCANF13838742
    CANHOPE HOLSTEINS, PALMERSTON, ON
  16. HEATHER HOLME DOORMAN MADGE, HOCANF13890591
    GLEN & CURTIS MCNEIL, GODERICH, ON
  17. PERSIL BEAUTÉ TATOO, HOCANF120243512
    FERME PERSIL 2011 (9249-2727 QC INC), RIVIERE DU LOUP, QC
  18. GLAUSTAR PANAMA STORM, HOCANF13931814
    TWO-TO-TANGO FARMS INC, SPENCERVILLE, ON
  19. PETITCLERC LAMBDA BIDOU, HOCANF120647810
    MACKENZIE MORBROOK, SPENCERVILLE, ON

Junior Exhibitor

  1. VELTHUIS FARMS LTD
    OSGOODE, ON
  2. FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC
    ST. BASILE, QC
  3. JIM BUTLER
    CHEBANSE, IL

Junior Breeder

  1. KARNVIEW FARMS INC (KARNVIEW)
    WOODSTOCK, ON
  2. FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC (PETITCLERC)
    ST. BASILE, QC
  3. KINGSWAY FARMS (KINGSWAY)
    HASTINGS, ON
  4. KENTVILLE HOLSTEINS (KENTVILLE)
    MELANCTHON, ON
  5. HODGLYNN HOLSTEINS / AUSTIN HODGINS (HODGLYNN)
    KINCARDINE, ON

Premier Sire (junior)

  1. FARNEAR DELTA-LAMBDA-ET
  2. HOCANM107281711
  3. HO840M3128769279

Winter Yearling in Milk

Born between December 1st, 2020 and February 28th, 2021

DAPPLEDALE DATELINE FLINT
1ST PLACE WINTER YEARLING IN MILK
Canadian National Holstein Show 2022 – The Royal
R & F LIVESTOCK INC, CUDWORTH, SK

  1. DAPPLEDALE DATELINE FLINT, HOCANF13662647
    Best Udder
    R & F LIVESTOCK INC, CUDWORTH, SK
  2. HODGLYNN UNIX DIOR, HOCANF13742720
    CRACKHOLM HOLSTEINS, FERME JACOBS INC, RICHMOND, QC
  3. JACOBS LAMBDA LASSY, HOCANF120262395
    KENTVILLE HOLSTEINS, T & L CATTLE LTD, MELANCTHON, ON
  4. BRENLAND SIDEKICK DELANEY, HOCANF13044108
    Bred and Owned
    BRENLAND HOLSTEINS, MILLBANK, ON
  5. PETITCLERC IMPRESSION ASTORIA, HOCANF120647817
    FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, ST. BASILE, QC
  6. PETITCLERC IMPRESSION ALIOTH, HOCANF120647819
    FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, ST. BASILE, QC
  7. WALKERBRAE PHARO BONITA, HOCANF13836448
    CRASDALE FARMS, WALKERBRAE FARMS, HUNTER RIVER, PE
  8. MILIBRO MASTER ROYALE, HOCANF120590931
    EMILE PAQUETTE, FERME MILIBRO INC, LOUISE BLANCHET, MATHIEU BLANCHET, ST. ALEXIS DE MONTCALM, QC
  9. WEEKSDALE DIAMOND HILL ASSET, HOCANF13842548
    FERME YVON SICARD, PIERRE BOULET, SAINT-JUSTIN, QC
  10. JACOBS UNIX BRITAL, HOCANF120262381
    JM VALLEY HOLSTEIN, LONDON DAIRY FARMS, PAT CONROY, AMQUI, QC
  11. WINRIGHT DOORMAN ELMO, HOCANF13828570
    BRIAN JOSEPH ENRIGHT, FRANK & DIANNE BORBA, JAQUEMET HOLSTEINS, WINCHESTER, ON
  12. INTENSE DEVOUR GORGEOUS, HOCANF120551205
    FERME INTENSE INC, PIERRE BOULET, SAINTE-BRIGITTE-DES-SAULTS, QC

Fall Yearling in Milk

Born between September 1st, 2020 and November 30th, 2020

MABEL HANDSOME ALLELUIA
1ST PLACE FALL YEARLING IN MILK
Canadian National Holstein Show 2022 – The Royal
JIM BUTLER, CARY, IL

  1. MABEL HANDSOME ALLELUIA, HOCANF120452229
    Best Udder
    JIM BUTLER, CARY, IL
  2. SMYGWATYS ALLIGATOR RAINDROP, HOCANF13731437
    ELMVUE FARM, JOHNSTOWN, NY
  3. JACOBS ALLIGATOR LORELLA, HOCANF120262343
    Bred and Owned
    FERME GILLETTE INC, FERME JACOBS INC, T-WAVE HOLSTEINS, EMBRUN, ON
  4. MILE VIEW SHELLEY OF HELMCREST, HOCANF13855740
    CHAD RYAN, T & L CATTLE LTD, FOND DU LAC, WI
  5. KOZAK WARRIOR BOMBSHELL RED, HOCANF13880070
    R & F LIVESTOCK INC, WILLIAM H SCHILLING, CUDWORTH, SK
  6. MOSNANG BRIDGESTONE LIVE WIRE, HOCANF13869156
    WESTCOAST HOLSTEINS, CHILLIWACK, BC
  7. ZESSEN UNSTOPABULL NATIVITY, HOCANF13574034
    CRACKHOLM HOLSTEINS, FERME JACOBS INC, RICHMOND, QC
  8. BENBIE BRIDGESTONE COCO, HOCANF13801453
    JIM BUTLER, CARY, IL
  9. LUNCREST AUSPICIOUS-2250-ET, HO840F3215225833
    JIM BUTLER, CARY, IL
  10. RIGO ALLIGATOR SYLVESTER, HOCANF120529208
    ERIC RICHARD & SHANNON FULLINGTON, YVON RICHARD & FILS INC, SAINT-BASILE, QC
  11. GLEANN AVALANCHE GAEL, HOCANF13862308
    RONALD GRANDY, OSHAWA, ON
  12. EIXDALE PWRUP ALONGSIDE, HOCANF13654038
    ANDREW DEN HAAN, PLUM VALLEY HOLSTEINS, FERGUS, ON
  13. LAFORSTAR LEONE MASTER, HOCANF120081929
    BLONDIN SIRES, FERME BLONDIN, SAINT-PLACIDE, QC
  14. QUALITY LUSTER FLINN, HOCANF13765080
    QUALITY HOLSTEINS, VAUGHAN, ON
  15. WINRIGHT UNIX GEORGETTE, HOCANF13828560
    DAVID R. DYMENT, DUNDAS, ON
  16. PIERSTEIN DEVOUR ROSHA, HOCANF120446696
    PIERRE BOULET, MONTMAGNY, QC
  17. PIERSTEIN DEVOUR ALOUANNIE, HOCANF120564447
    PIERRE BOULET, MONTMAGNY, QC
  18. JM VALLEY CHIEF LYZA, HOCANF120317108
    FRANK A. & DIANE BORBA, JM VALLEY HOLSTEIN, MODESTO, CA
  19. MILIBRO UNIX PRINCESSE, HOCANF120298037
    GRANT VOSTERS, MILK SOURCE LLC, RANSOM RAIL FARMS INC, DORCHESTER, WI
  20. ALLSTAR CHIEF AMBELLE, HOCANF120343163
    ALLSTAR GEN, PRINCEVILLE, QC
  21. JOLIBOIS BAMBI ALLIGATOR, HOCANF120500765
    FERME ROLANDALE ENR, ST. FLAVIEN, QC
  22. PETITCLERC SIDEKICK ARSENIC, HOCANF120422700
    BRIAN JOSEPH ENRIGHT, FRANK A. & DIANE BORBA, JAQUEMET HOLSTEINS, WINCHESTER, ON
  23. BESLEA UNIX CARRERA, HOCANF13452133
    BESLEA FARMS LTD, YARKER, ON

Summer 2 Year Old

Born between June 1st, 2020 and August 31st, 2020

RED OAK SWIFT JACKIE
1ST PLACE SUMMER JUNIOR TWO YEAR OLD
Canadian National Holstein Show 2022 – The Royal
BRIAN CARSCADDEN, FERME BLONDIN, HODGLYNN HOLSTEINS, MATTHEW FORESTELL, TRENTWARD FARMS, MOFFAT, ON

  1. KAMPS-RX APPLEB AVERY-ET, 3147705353
    Best Udder
    ELMVUE, JOHNSTOWN, NY
  2. KIKO DISCJOCKEY LAYLA 1830, HO840F3211871481
    CRACKHOLM HOLSTEINS, FERME JACOBS INC, RICHMOND, QC
  3. SIGNATURE UNIX ALINA, HOCANF13082801
    KINGSWAY FARMS, VELTHUIS FARMS LTD, HASTINGS, ON
  4. HILROSE MOOVIN ADELINA-RED, HO840F3204898116
    JIM & JOEL PHONIX & MCCALLUM FARMS, UXBRIDGE, ON
  5. ELEGANCE MIRAND AMAZON, HOCANF120328024
    JIM BUTLER, CARY, IL
  6. LEHOUX ALLIGATOR MARISOL, HOCANF120139525
    FERME BLONDIN, JEAN-PHILIPPE PROULX, YVON CHABOT, SAINT-PLACIDE, QC
  7. DOUBLE-G FIRECRACKER SAM, HOCANF120133168
    PIERRE BOULET, MONTMAGNY, QC
  8. WELANE FUEL CARROT, HOCANF13885716
    3RIDGE FARMS, HEIBEIN HOLSTEINS, OWEN SOUND, ON
  9. LUCKY SIDEKICK GOLDEN GIRL, HOCANF13717743
    R & F LIVESTOCK INC, ROCKYMOUNTAIN HOLSTEINS, CUDWORTH, SK
  10. KOZAK ALLIGATOR ERICA, HOCANF13750984
    MOSNANG HOLSTEINS LTD, STANHOPE DAIRY FARM LTD, WEDGWOOD HOLSTEINS, RIMBEY, AB
  11. RED-BRAE JORDY THIERRY, HO840F3224244128
    WESTCOAST HOLSTEINS, CHILLIWACK, BC
  12. JACOBS LAUTRUST BRAINY, HOCANF120262262
    BLONDIN SIRES, FERME BLONDIN, SAINT-PLACIDE, QC
  13. BONACCUEIL CHITA SIDEKICK, HOCANF120131826
    Bred and Owned
    A. & R. BOULET INC, ST. FRANCOIS, QC
  14. DAPPLEVIEW TATOO ELLA, HOCANF11066227
    JOEL PHOENIX, JUNIPER FARM INC, CANNINGTON, ON
  15. PETITCLERC KING DOC ALCATRAZ, HOCANF120335691
    FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, ST. BASILE, QC
  16. HENDERCROFT UNIX FUZZY, HOCANF13320580
    HERBERT HENDERSON, ASHTON, ON
  17. FRAELAND DUMBLEDORE LAS VEGAS, HOCANF13757754
    FRAELAND FARMS, FERGUS, ON
  18. MARKVALE DROPKICK VIENNA, HOCANF13684057
    MARKVALE HOLSTEINS, BEACHVILLE, ON

Spring 2 Year Old

Born between March 1st, 2020 and May 31st, 2020

  1. RED OAK SWIFT JACKIE, HOCANF13673189
    Best Udder
    BRIAN CARSCADDEN, FERME BLONDIN, HODGLYNN HOLSTEINS, MATTHEW FORESTELL, TRENTWARD FARMS, MOFFAT, ON
  2. TOLAMIKA DIAMONDBACK BLAINE, HOCANF13580857
    BLONDIN SIRES, FERME BLONDIN, SAINT-PLACIDE, QC
  3. SANDYRAE SIDEKICK INTRIGUE, HOCANF13581801
    FERME YVON SICARD, PIERRE BOULET, SAINT-JUSTIN, QC
  4. CLARKES DEMPSEY LINK, HOCANF13605207
    FERME YVON SICARD, PIERRE BOULET, SAINT-JUSTIN, QC
  5. BELCHER MASTER AGGIE, HOCANF13516497
    FERME RALSTON S.E.N.C, COMPTON, QC
  6. WINRIGHT SIDEKICK SAFARI, HOCANF13733052
    FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, ST. BASILE, QC
  7. TAG UNIX WOUNDUP, HOUSAF145012854
    R & F LIVESTOCK INC, CUDWORTH, SK
  8. ALLSTAR LAMBDA ANGELIKA, HOCANF120343158
    Bred and Owned
    ALLSTAR GEN, PRINCEVILLE, QC
  9. WINRIGHT UNIX EZRA, HOCANF13733054
    COBEQUID HOLSTEINS, LOWER DEBERT, NS
  10. GENDARRA UNIX RIGGINS, HOCANF13920433
    GENDARRA FARM, MONTDALE HOLSTEINS, BAILIEBORO, ON

 

Winter 2 Year Old

Born between December 1st, 2019 and February 29th, 2020

  1. C V F KING DOC SUNSET, HOCANF13267436
    Best Udder
    DALTON J. FARIS, EAST GWILLIMBURY, ON
  2. DESNETTE CHERRY LAMBDA, HOCANF111619503
    FERME FORTALE HOLSTEIN INC, FERME INTENSE INC, SAINT-CHRISTOPHE-D’ARTHABASKA, QC
  3. HOWARD-VIEW CRSBUL DISCODANCER, HOCANF13286160
    Bred and Owned
    HOWARD-HAVEN HOLSTEINS, HOWARD-VIEW HOLSTEINS, BURGESSVILLE, ON
  4. BERAUTEC SIDECKIK FAMEUSE, HOCANF120160362
    FERME RALSTON S.E.N.C, COMPTON, QC
  5. BLAYJOY DOUGLAS AMINA, HOCANF13474045
    ADAM CLARKE, FERME YVON SICARD, WOODVILLE, ON
  6. ALTONA LEA CRUSHABULL AGGIE, HOCANF13404008
    FRANK BARKEY & FAMILY, BLACKSTOCK, ON
  7. MIL-EN-ROY CHIEF KARINA, HOCANF13437012
    FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, ST. BASILE, QC

Fall 2 Year Old

Born between September 1st, 2019 and November 30th, 2019

ROSEMARY UNIX GOLDIE
1ST PLACE FALL TWO YEAR OLD
Canadian National Holstein Show 2022 – The Royal
JIM BUTLER, CARY, IL

  1. ROSEMARY UNIX GOLDIE, HOCANF111391201
    Best Udder
    Intermediate Champion
    JIM BUTLER, CARY, IL
  2. GLENIRVINE UNIX SALLY, HOCANF11973914
    Intermediate Champion – Reserve
    MILK SOURCE LLC, KAUKAUNA, WI
  3. RAYPIEN UNIX ADELE, HOCANF120191551
    AGRIBER SOCIETA AGRICOLA SRL, BECKRIDGE HOLSTEINS, QUALITY HOLSTEINS
  4. BUDJON-VAIL UB SKITTLES-RED, HO840F3205758182
    BLONDIN SIRES, FERME BLONDIN, SAINT-PLACIDE, QC
  5. SWEETVIEW DOUGLAS HIT ME, HOCANF120119180
    FERME FORTALE HOLSTEIN INC, FERME JACOBS INC, SAINT-CHRISTOPHE-D’ARTHABASKA, QC
  6. SCO-LO DEVOUR FOXIE-ET, HO840F3200856298
    HODGLYNN HOLSTEINS, KINGSWAY FARMS, KINCARDINE, ON
  7. JACOBS UNIX TIMBER, HOCANF111345634
    BEST NORD HOLSTEIN, FERME BEAUDOIN, SAINT-CESAIRE, QC
  8. D-RAY SEABISCUIT BÉATRICE, HOCANF120031899
    Bred and Owned
    D-RAY HOLSTEIN, FERME MILIBRO INC, FREDERIC DUBOIS, VICTORIAVILLE, QC
  9. SHARMAPLE UNIX SPLASH, HOCANF13528205
    BREAMONT HOLSTEINS, MARTHAVEN HOLSTEINS, TAVISTOCK, ON
  10. PIERSTEIN EXPENDER ZOOLANDER, HOCANF120097121
    PIERRE BOULET, MONTMAGNY, QC
  11. GOLDENFLO T STORM TIPTOE, HOCANF13603119
    MACBEATH FARMS LTD, MARSHFIELD, PE
  12. DANDYLAND APPLE KRISP LOCKLYNN, HOCANF13305003
    DANDYLAND FARM, QUALITY HOLSTEINS, SCHOMBERG, ON
  13. KIRKLEA SIDEKICK SUNBEAM, HOCANF13422066
    KIRKLEA HOLSTEINS, TRENT VALLEY HOLSTEINS, DALKEITH, ON
  14. SICY SIDEKICK ALIE, HOCANF120184164
    FERME YVON SICARD, SAINT-JUSTIN, QC
  15. RYLA SOLOMON CORA, HOCANF13563133
    JIM PHOENIX, JOEL PHOENIX, VALE-O-SKENE HOLSTEINS, CANNINGTON, ON
  16. BLONDIN MIRAND FANTOM, HOCANF120036028
    FERME LOLISEE, CHATHAM, QC
  17. RADIANT MIDNIGHT ALABAMA, HOCANF13481320
    RADIANT HOLSTEINS, KINGSTON, PE
  18. SAVAGE-LEIGH DEVOUR BRITT, 840003148033852
    KENDALL WELSH & CHIP SAVAGE
  19. PETITCLERC UNIX SHINY, HOCANF120058857
    FERME JEAN-PAUL PETITCLERC & FILS INC, ST. BASILE, QC
  20. SWEETVIEW UNIX ARIANNA, HOCANF120119182
    LONDON DAIRY FARMS, SWEETVIEW HOLSTEIN, LONDON, ON

Junior 3 Year Old

Born between March 1st, 2019 and August 31st, 2019

MOSNANG UNIX LIPSTICK
1ST PLACE JUNIOR THREE YEAR OLD
Canadian National Holstein Show 2022 – The Royal
WESTCOAST HOLSTEINS, CHILLIWACK, BC