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||New York Convention ET Sale.
Golden Opportunity Sale @ Midas-Touch Holsteins. 100 Head of fancy show age heifers, young cows & High GTPI contract individuals. Hosted by Midas-Touch Holsteins, David King & Family and Jamie Black, sale selector!
||33rd Annual Cobleskill Dairy Fashions Sale. Hosted by Cobleskill Dairy Cattle Club.
||Co-Vista Holsteins Complete Dispersal.
The Celebration of Lylehaven. 130 Head of the finest ever bred by Lylehaven! Jerome Rappaport Owner. Sue Brown Manager
|East Montpelier, VT
Woodcrest Bridge to Excellence Sale II.
||Cattle Exchanges Sales Results 2013
||Pedigree Power Sale II - Seagull Bay Dairy Inc., American Falls, ID & Triple Crown Genetics, Jerome, ID. Location to be announced, watch for details! Sale co-managed by The Cattle Exchange & Burton Consulting LLC. “One of the most significant Holstein offerings of All-Time”. Click Here to View the Online Catalog!
||$15,700 on 52 Full Lots
Ridgedale Farm Sale, Wayne & Jen Conard & Family. 100 Head of the deepest, Highest Type Holsteins in the world! Sale Managed by The Cattle Exchange. Click Here to View the Online Catalog!
The Ridgedale Farm Sale on Saturday, November 2, 2013 in Sharon Springs, NY realized a final average of $2,050 on 113 full live lots. The sale consisted of Thirty eight cows, fifteen bred heifers and sixty calves and yearlings. A large crowd was in attendance with spirited bidding all day long. The sale also included 86 embryos lots and over 320 embryos in all resulting in an average of $220. per embryo.
Wayne Conard opened the sale introducing his family, wife Jen, who had the sale ring beautifully decorated and sons Cyrus and Issac. Wayne finished with remarks on the Roxy family and how they made their first purchases years ago from Peter Heffering enabling them to establish such a fine cow family that now resides at Ridgedale.
Topping the sale at $5,000.00 was lot 59, the VG-88 Goldwyn from Chief Adeen. She was owned by Ridgedale with Brad & Cindy Murphy of Parish, NY and the Murphy’s were the final bidders. Contender was McCloe Pond Farm from PA. Second high of the day was lot 35 a September 2013 Atwood Brady daughter from third generation EX-95 “Estel”, selling for $4,750.00 to Josetta McNett of Belmont, WI. Third high seller was lot 79, the newly crowned EX-90 Shottle, Sam-Sim Shottle Lady London, backed by three generations of excellent dams. She sold to McCloe Pond Farm of Laceyville, PA.
Fifteen head sold in excess of $3,000.00 and cattle or embryos sold to fourteen states plus Canada.
The sale was managed by The Cattle Exchange with Dave Rama handling the auctioneer duties while Horace Backus presented pedigrees. The sale staff included Don Welk, Ray LeBlanc, Nick Raggi, Patsy Gifford and Larry Hill. Phone bids were active all day particularly on the embryo lots. Merry Rama and Amber Newman handled all clerking and trucking details and Shayne Wilson and the fitting staff had the cattle well fitted and ready for the sale.
Many great success stories from past Ridgedale sales and we expect many more from this recent sale on November 2. Congrats to the Conard family and all buyers.
|$2,049 on 113 Full Lots
The NY Holstein Harvest Sale. Hosted by Cornell University Dairy Society. Sale Managed by The Cattle Exchange. Click Here to View the Online Catalog!
The NY Holstein Harvest Sale held on Saturday, October 26th at Cornell University, in Ithaca, NY was a rousing success and ended with a final average of $4,108 on 95 full lots and a gross sale of $403,205.00. The Cornell University Dairy Science Club had the cattle fitted to perfection and a beautiful display on hand for all in attendance. The sale was managed by The Cattle Exchange and sponsored by the NY Holstein Association.
Topping the sale was lot 1, a June 17, 2013 Massey daughter consigned by Cookie Cutter Holsteins selling for $60,000.00 to Tom Kugler of NY. She carried a GTPI +2428 & loads of AI contracts. She has since been resold to De Su Holsteins in Iowa! Seagull Bay purchased lot 3 from Ladys-Manor for $16,000.00, a Headliner daughter w/GTPI +2402 & a maternal sister to Supersire Cashay heading to Select Sires! Third high was lot 2 selling for $14,000.00 to Joe Mackachinis, Hop Bottom, PA. This lovely Mogul daughter consigned by Woodcrest Dairy carried a GTPI +2452 & backed by a VG-86 2yr old Osmond dam! Aurora Ridge was a major player taking home lot 73, a polled carrier sired by Earnhardt P w/GTPI +2230 that ranks in the top 40 polled carriers of the breed & selling with multiple AI contracts! Cattle sold to 11 states and the great pedigrees were in demand!
This annual Holstein Sale has consistently ranked as one of the highest state sponsored sales in the Holstein industry. Again, the Cornell faculty and students did a remarkable job preparing the cattle. The sale staff performed brilliantly once again for The Cattle Exchange and included, Horace Backus, Rick Verbeek, Don Welk, Tom Harkenrider, Ray LeBlanc, Kevin Ziemba and Patricia Gifford with all clerking duties handled by Merry Rama and Amber Newman.
Congrats once again to all those who consigned, purchased or participated!
|$4,108 on 95 Full Lots
||Rocklan Holsteins Complete Dispersal, 11:00AM. Owner: Mike Garrow. 175 Head sell! One of the greatest Type and Production herds in the world! Sale Managed by The Cattle Exchange. Click Here to View the Online Catalog!
||$4,064 on 130 Full Lots
||Ar-Joy Farm Select Sale, 11:00AM. Owners: Duane & Marilyn Hershey. 100 of the finest Holsteins at Ar-Joy! Sale Managed by The Cattle Exchange. Click Here to View the Online Catalog!
||$2,099 on 116 Full Lots
||SUNY Morrisville Autumn Review Sale, Morrisville, NY. 100 high caliber Holsteins. Sale Managed by The Cattle Exchange. Click here to view the complete catalog!
||$1,931 on 80 Full Lots
||Bud Ranch Holsteins Complete Dispersal. 11:00AM. 150 Outstanding Registered Holsteins. Sale Managed By The Cattle Exchange. Click here to view the complete catalog!
$1,420 on 144 Full Lots
$1,690 on 65 Cows
$1,198 on 79 Heifers
|Sept. 19 & 20
||Frey Farms Milking Herd & Bred Heifer Dispersal 10:00AM each day. Over 900 Head of sire ID, AI sired and served Holsteins! Owners: Frey Farms, Inc. Sale Managed by The Cattle Exchange. Click here to view the complete catalog!
$1,315 on 418 Milk Cows
$1,310 on 130 Dry Cows
$1,288 on 168 Heifers
||Androscoggin Holsteins Dispersal. Sale will be held at 1406 Lampeter Rd., Lancaster, PA. One of the highest BAA herds in the country & the finest Red & Whites! Owner: John Nutting, Leeds, ME. Co-Managed By Stonehurst Farm and The Cattle Exchange. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
||$2,795 on 98 Full Lots
||Slice of Summer at Currie Holsteins & NY Holstein Summer Picnic. 100 of the finest Holsteins in North America sell! NY Picnic hosted by the Currie family & all are invited starting at 11:00AM! Sale Managed by The Cattle Exchange. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
||$4,818 on 98 Full Lots
||Woodcrest Bridge to Excellence Sale. 60 Lots of the highest quality that Woodcrest has to offer plus 15-20 of the most outstanding consignments from both sides of the border! Genomics and show type - all with deep pedigrees and from the hottest cow families around! Click Here to View the Online Catalog!
||$6,103 on 92 Full Lots
||Hollow-Ridge Holsteins Complete Dispersal. Owners: Eli & Barbie Stoltzfus. 100+ Head of Registered Holsteins. Sale Co-Managed by The Cattle Exchange & Stonehurst Farm. Click Here to View the Online Catalog!
||$1,905 on 104 Full Lots
||Jon-Lu Holsteins Complete Dispersal. Click Here to View the Online Catalog!
||$2,893 on 79 Full Lots
||Oakfield Corners Spring Sensation Sale. Hosted by Jonathan & Alicia
Lamb. Click Here to View the Online Catalog!
||$12,254 on 79 Full Lots
||Woodmansee Holsteins & Friends Select Sale. Click Here to View the Online Catalog!
||$2,815 on 93 Full Lots
||NY International Spring Holstein Sale. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
||$6,847 on 88 Full Lots
||NY State Colored Breeds Dairy Sale.
||PBR Farm - Home of PBR Holsteins Complete Dispersal. 11:00 AM. 140 Registered Holsteins in excellent condition! Owners: Ron & Brad Hill & families. Super Milk Awards & a very young herd! Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
$1,231 on 144 Full Lots
||32nd Annual Cobleskill Dairy Fashions Sale. Hosted by Cobleskill Dairy Cattle Club. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
||$2,171 on 87 Full Lots
||Past-Present-Futures Sale. Featuring: The Barbs; Millies; Polled; Red & Whites; Show calves & outstanding young cows; High GTPI females with Contracts and much more! The quality will be amazing and the pedigrees deep! Something for every breeding philosophy! Sale co-managed with Stonehurst Farm. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
||$2,917 on 116 Full Lots
||Carl-A Farm Milking Herd & Bred Heifer Dispersal & Select Calves. 11:00 AM. 130 Holsteins. Owners: Steve & Tracy Snyder. An amazing high production herd with some very high GTPI contract individuals!! Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
||$2,295 on 128 Full Lots
||Windswept Holsteins Complete Dispersal. Walter McClure owner. Co-Managed with Landis Marketing. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
||$1,496 on 104 Full Lots
New York Convention ET Sale. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
The NY ET Convention Sale held on Thursday, January 17th in Batavia, NY saw 33 full lots sell for an average of $6,850.00 and a total gross sale of $254,650.00 with embryo packages included. The sale is always one of the highlights of the annual NY Convention with great participation from bidders in the crowd as well as phone bids handled by Rick Verbeek, Tom Harkenrider, Dan Brandt and Patricia Gifford. Dave Rama handled the gavel and Horace Backus presented pedigrees and updated information.
Topping the sale @ $15,500.00 was lot 5, an October ’12 Mogul daughter with a GTPI +2314 +$759NM. Her dam, EX-91 Bolton Money! She sold to Ideal Dairy of Hudson Falls. Selling for $12,000.00 were two lots; Lot 4 a choice by MAS from a Facebook daughter w/GTPI +2295 and full brother the #2 GTPI sire of the breed. This choice sold to Ron and Jeff Sleeth and Chris Clarke of Canada. The other $12,000.00 lot was lot 10, selling to Jonathan and Alicia Lamb, a Moonboy w/GTPI +2346. Consigned by Select Sires the dam is a fresh Hero that looks special. Other lots selling for $10,000 or more included Lot 1 for $11,000.00 to Clear Echo Farm; Lot 2 sold to Andy Carter for $10,200.00
In addition to the choices and calves that were offered, a number of embryo packages sold as high as $950.00 per embryo. Buyers from four countries and seven states participated! The sale was managed by The Cattle Exchange and Sponsored by NY Holstein Association. Congratulations to all buyers and to consignors as well!
|$6,850 on 33 Full Lots
||Cattle Exchanges Sales Results 2012
Edgewood Farm - Woodledge Holsteins Complete Dispersal. Short Notice Sale of the highest quality!! 200 Head Sell! Co-Managed with Landis Marketing. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
The Woodledge Holstein Sale held on Friday, December 28, in Beaverdam, VA saw 195 head from 14 years of age to 3 weeks old average $1,691. A good crowd was on hand with buyers from eleven states and a tremendously active bidding crowd via Cowbuyer.com.
This tremendous herd boasted a BAA of 108.9% and a RHA of 21,500M. The 110 cows sold averaged right at $2,000.00 with half the milking herd ranging from five years to fourteen years of age. 25 bred heifers were offered along with 60 calves and open heifers. Topping the sale at $5,200.00, lot 655, was a six year old, EX-92 Avalanche dtr. selling to Richard Smith, TN. Second high seller was lot 747, a VG-88 Roy selling for $4,900.00 to Jason & Gwen Nagel, NY. The Nagel’s were extremely active bidding via the internet and also acquired lot 709 for $3,700.00, a third generation EX, 5 year old ready to breed!
Longevity was the trademark at Woodledge with so many great mature cows in the herd that still looked the part. R. Garnett & Walter Smith bred a number of EX cows over the years and will continue to crop farm. Cows were free stall/parlor trained but had access to pasture as well.
The sale was co-managed by Landis Marketing and The Cattle Exchange with Dave Rama and Dan Brandt working the sale box, Bob Landis, Don Welk, Nick Raggi and Mike Hendrix working the ring spotting bids and working the phone bids as well.
We wish everyone a Happy New year!
|$2,061 on 100 Cow Lots
Holstein Holiday Sale. 100 High Quality Holsteins Sell! Held at Jay Stoltzfus's Farm. Co-Managed with Stonehurst Farm. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
The Holstein Holiday Sale held on December 14th, in Lancaster, PA, saw 136 full lots average $1,848.00. A large crowd was on hand and bidding was brisk all day. The sale was managed by Stonehurst Farm and The Cattle Exchange with Dave Rama handling the gavel, Dan Brandt presenting pedigrees, Don Welk, Nick Raggi, Dave Bitler & Harold Welk working the ring and phones.
Topping the sale was Lot 2, a VG-88 Shottle, from the Regancrest Barbie family & purchased by Coyne Farms of Avon, NY. Second high seller was lot 1, an EX-90 Mac dtr. carrying an AI contract & a seventh generation excellent! She sold to Daniel Esh & both higher sellers were consigned by R-E-W Farms of Lebanon, CT. Lot 4, a high GTPI Shamrock heifer born in June 2012 sold for $5,300. to Stuart Hollenshead of Mercersburg and was consigned by Brian Cull of Ohio. Lot 46, the Grdam of Shamrock sold for $5,000. to Scott and April Cooper of Delta, PA. Sale staff members were flooded with calls on the eleven year old that has had such a positive impact on the breed!
Sale Managers note: Fresh cows milking over 80 pounds and bred heifers due in the next 90 days were well appreciated. Cows bred back and not milking heavy and due in the spring are great buys in the marketplace no matter what the pedigree is. People buying want immediate milk.
|$1,848 on 136 Full Lots
Pineyvale Holsteins Complete Dispersal. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
Pineyvale Holsteins Complete Dispersal
Pineyvale Holsteins, one of the great Holstein breeding establishments dispersed on Saturday, December 8, 2012 and it was a sale to remember. A massive crowd estimated over 400 came out on a spring like day to take home a piece of history. The herd was just re-classified 5 days earlier with an official BAA of 110.7%. Cattle were purchased by thirteen different states!
David Post welcomed the crowd and introduced his family at the start of the sale, a truly emotional day for many in attendance. The main barn at Pineyvale had never missed a milking since 1888 until Hurricane Sandy roared into the east coast. David thanked Don and Joanne Hosking who provided the facilities for the sale and all those who had assisted them over the years. The sale started off with lot 51, a VG-86 Jeeves daughter; that traces back to the first Purebred Holstein they ever purchased from none other than, the Dean of Pedigrees, Horace Backus! David thanked Horace for all his years of service to his family and the industry and the sale took off! Lot 51 sold for $5,000.00 and by the end of the day, 105 full lots averaged $3,477.00 for a gross of $372,275.00
The sale topper, Lot 1, was purchased by John Currie and family of Tully, NY for $15,500.00. Newly crowned EX-92, this red Advent daughter looked smashing and was backed by a 2E-92 Outside dam & 4E-94 grdam and the same family as the great Curr-Vale Goldwyn Delicious (EX-91-DOM) who is making her mark on the industry! The Kelsey family from Canastota, NY took home her RC Alchemy daughter born 9/8/2012 for $7,700.00!
Second high seller at $11,200.00, lot 24, was a tremendous EX-94 Drake daughter due in March to Dempsey. Duane Conant was in attendance and made the purchase for Conant Acres and Mike Garrow. A proven show winner that looks like she still has points coming!
Third high of the sale was lot 39, selling for $10,800.00 to Bergen Farm of Odessa, NY. Sired by Shampoo and recently scored VG-87, she hails from the 2E-92 Boss Iron Gretel cow with sons in AI & 8 VG daughters to date! She sold with a very solid GTPI and on service to Supersire.
Two more individuals sold for $10,000.00 or higher, lot 30 to Doug Lemke, a barn favorite sired by Alexander and just scored VG-88! Dam is 3E-95 Outside Helen with 40,000M 1679F! An awesome young cow with a tremendous future! Lot 77 sold for $10,200.00 to Carpsdale Farm in, VT. Recently scored EX-90, this Boss Iron daughter was backed by 7 generations of VG or EX dams and caught everyone’s eye!
The sale was managed by The Cattle Exchange, Dave Rama handled the gavel, Horace Backus mastered pedigrees, Don Welk, Les Terpstra, Patsy Gifford, Nick Raggi and Russ George handled the ring and phone bids from the extremely large crowd. Don and Joanne Hosking were gracious hosts assisting every step of the way!
A lesson to take away from this tremendous herd sale: Great pedigrees and maternal lines with solid type are here to stay. It was a refreshing sale with bidding at a frenzied level for the best the breed has to offer! Congrats to Dave and Carolyn, Allen and Carolee and all the others that came out to support these families and cattle bred for eye appeal!
|$3,480 on 105 Full Lots
||Destiny Road Holsteins Complete Dispersal. Jay Stolzfus, owner. Co-Managed with Stonehurst Farm. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
||$1,635 on 151 Full Lots
||Spungold Holsteins Milking Herd & Bred Heifer Dispersal. Dale & Deanna Bendig, Owners. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
||$2,500 on 104 Full Lots
||Bur-Le Acres Milking Herd & Bred Heifer Dispersal & Select Calves. Kevin & Gerarda Burleigh, Owners. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
||$2,291 on 61 Full Lots
||New York Holstein Harvest Sale. Hosted by Cornell University Dairy Science Club. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
||$5,223 on 94 Full Lots
||Hosking Farm Complete Dispersal. 120 Outstanding Holsteins! Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
||$1,857 on 106 Full Lots
||30th Annual Morrisville Autumn Review Sale. Hosted by Morrisville College Dairy Club. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
||$1,881 on 72 Full Lots
||High Hill Holstein Dispersal. Herd owners: Greg & Tonja Law, Charles & Fran Rosner, Jerry & Sally Law. Click Here to View the Online Catalog!
||$1,592 on 98 Full Lots
||Plushanski Farms Complete Dispersal. Over 500 Holsteins Sell! 280 cows & 230 Heifers of all ages! "The Home of the Faith Family" Click Here to View the Online Catalog!
||$1,313 on 501 Full Lots
||NY State Holstein Picnic & Reflections of Maple Downs Sale. Hosted by the Lloyd Family. Click Here to View the Online Catalog!
Holsteins: $3,900 on 89 Full Lots
Jerseys: $3,863 on 12 Full Lots
Ath-Mor Registered Holsteins Complete Dispersal. 350 Head Sell! Deep cow families, incredible production and high GTPI contract cows and heifers! Sale Owners: Tom Morrell 603-659-3836 & Russ Atherton 603-659-6128. Click Here to View the Online Catalog!
Ath-Mor Holsteins Complete Dispersal on Tuesday, July 17 saw 273 full lots average $2,338 for a total gross of $660,850.00. A large crowd was on hand this blazing hot summer day with the temperature hitting 95 degrees with high humidity. The partnership of Tom Morrell & Russ Atherton and their families crafted a highly respected herd with incredible production (RHA 3x 29,757M 3.6 1086F 3.0 899P) & many high GTPI individuals. Over 30 head sold in the sale with AI contracts and many others will garner attention from astute AI units.
Topping the sale at $18,000.00 was lot 576. Sired by Shamrock, she carried a GTPI +2348 +96F +74P +$771NM +5.0PL. Her dam is a VG-85 Jammer with 39,030M 1516F 1313P who also sold in the sale carrying AI contracts. The high seller went to Sexing Technologies & the dam heads to Pine Tree in Ohio. High selling embryos for the day were sired by Numero Uno from a GP-82 Planet w/GTPI +2141 and contract interest in the resulting calves. The embryos sold to Dr. Richard Whitaker and Carlton Bull. Cattle sold to 9 states plus Canada was a major buyer with over 40 head heading across the border.
The sale was managed by The Cattle Exchange with Dave Rama & Reggie Lussier handling auction duties, Horace Backus presented pedigrees, Don Welk, Ray LeBlanc, Les Terpstra, Rick Verbeek, Dan Brandt & Jeff Ziegler all worked the phones and handled bids. Merry Rama, Amber Newman & Melanie Ziegler handled clerking and health charts to perfection!
Congratulations to the families of Tom Morrell and Russ Atherton on breeding such a tremendous herd of Holsteins and all their accomplishments in the dairy industry.
|$2,338 on 273 Full Lots
||Barrel Creek Farm Dispersal. 100 Head Sell! Herd Owners: Samuel U. & Lydia King. Sale to be held at the Ben Stoltzfus Sale Barn, 7:00 PM. Co-Managed with Stonehurst Farm. Click here to View the Complete Catalog!
||$1,675 on 104 Full Lots
||Kueffner Kows At Cowtown. Held at the Cowtown Sale Arena. Ernie Kueffner & Terri Packard, owners. Click here to View the Complete Catalog!
||$17,725 on 139 Full Lots
|June 5th & 6th
||Knolle Cattle Co Jersey Dispersal. 2000 high quality Jerseys (1000 cows & 1000 heifers). Sale managed by The Cattle Exchange, Goldenberg Consulting & National Dairy Sales. Click here to View the Complete Catalog!
$1,091 on 909 Cow Lots
$798 on 1132 Heifer & Calf Lots
Co-Vista 20th Anniversary Sale. Hosted by Co-Vista Holsteins, the George family. Click Here to View the Complete Catalog!
The Co-Vista 20th Anniversary Sale held on May 11th in Arcade, NY rocked the Holstein industry with an average of $3,440 on 147 full lots and 188 (includes bulls, grades, half lots) sold in the sale for a total of $558,855.00. The sale started on a high note offering about 50 very fancy fresh grades & commercial registered Holsteins. Thirteen grades sold for over $2,000.00 with a high of $2,700.00! Russ George welcomed the large crowd at the start of the sale & introduced his entire family.
The Sale was managed by The Cattle Exchange with Dave Rama and Art Kling handling the gavel and Horace Backus presenting pedigrees. Don Welk, Dan Brandt, Nick Raggi, Les Terpstra, Rick Verbeek & Glen Shores worked the ring handling enthusiastic bids from every corner of the tent & on the phones. Twenty-Five lots sold for $5,000.00 or more. Simon Lalonde took home lot 14 for $11,100.00 a fancy fresh Goldwyn Sr. 2yr old from 7 Ex dams back to EX-97 “Matt Matilda”. Lot 18, a real stylish fresh Atwood, sold to Jeff & Lesa Mulligan for $10,700.00. Backed by 3 EX dams, she will show as Jr. 2yr old! Alan Faris of Canada purchased lot 31 for $10,200.00. This tremendous RC Destry dtr of 2E-96 Ashlyn sold fresh & looked the part milking over 80 pounds! Over 40 head sold to Canada and cattle sold to eight different states.
Congratulations to Russ & Karen George who bred and developed an outstanding herd of cattle. Our special thanks to Brian & Christa George who provided an invaluable service to the success of this great sale. Thanks also to Chris and Stephanie George for all their assistance sale day. Great cattle, a great family and lots of friends make for a top sale, every time!
|$3,440 on 147 Full Lots
Ocean-View Farm Complete Dispersal. One of America's greatest breeding herds! 600+ head will in one great day! Co-Managed with Burton & Associates. Click Here to View the Complete Catalog!
Ocean-View Holsteins Complete Dispersal held on May 2nd, 2012 in Windsor, California was a tremendous success. A total of 589 head were sold with 524 full lots averaging $2,742. Buyers from coast to coast were present and cattle sold to fifteen different states plus Canada.
Marvin Nunes, the man behind Ocean-View welcomed the crowd and thanked them in advance for their attendance and participation. A few notables in the crowd that came a distance included Keith & Debbie Decker from PA, Westendorps from Michigan, Steve Bossel of Bobasyl Farm, Winchester, Ontario, Mark Rueth, WI plus many others!
High seller of the day was Lot 2447, an EX-92 Allen daughter from 2E-95-GMD-DOM Zandra! She sold to Ron Roskopf, WI. This 5th generation EX looked awesome & sold on service to Guthrie. Lot 2759 was the second high selling for $15,000. Sired by Goldwyn & already scored VG-87, she sold fresh & hails from the world famous “Sheen” family. The buyer of this lot and three more, did not settle up on his purchases after the sale (A real big no-no at Cattle Exchange Sales)! Lot 2759 was then sold after the sale for the same price to Genasci Dairy, Mike Mulas and David Rama! Seven head sold in excess of $10,000.
The sale lasted 9 hours! Cattle were sold individually until the last 65 head of calves which were grouped in lots of four or five. The crowd stayed the entire sale and many have called to say just how impressed they were with the cattle and the sale! The Sale was managed by Burton & Associates, clerking by The Cattle Exchange. Auctioneers were Gary Estes & Dave Rama with Horace Backus reading most of the pedigrees with Larry Kleiner finishing the bred and open heifers. The sale staff did a great job and included Tom DeGroot, Les Terpstra, Ray LeBlanc, Hank VanExel, Robert Yeoman, Ken Melvold, George Morasci, Gil Teixeira & Ron Roskopf. A tip of the hat to Ken Melovold and his crew for performing a miracle in getting cattle to the ring and having the cattle ready to sell. Special thanks to Frank Mongini DVM for all his assistance with testing, health papers and vet care. Sale clerks Merry Rama, Amber Newman & Linda Burton were busy all day and most of the night handing clerking duties and assisting with trucking arrangements.
Congratulations to Marvin Nunes,an astute cowman, devoted Holstein member and breeder of one of the finest Holstein herds in the world! DMR
|$2,742 on 524 Lots
Genesee-Hill Holsteins Complete Dispersal. Jeff & Lesa Mulligan & Larry & Beanie Hill, owners. Click Here to View the Complete Catalog!
The Genesee-Hill Holstein Complete Dispersal held on April 26, 2012 in Avon, NY averaged $2,255.00 on 231 head, from the oldest cow to the youngest calf! Topping the sale at $14,500.00 was lot 688 a fancy March 1, 2012 Goldwyn dtr. from an EX-92 Apen that was Res. All-NY Jr. 3yr old 2010 & grdam is 2E-93. This lovely calf sold to Mulligan Farms.
Attendees were treated to a scrumptious breakfast sponsored by Semex USA and many took time to review the tremendous facility the Mulligans own. The sale was managed by The Cattle Exchange of Delhi, NY. Dave Rama & Horace Backus worked from the auction box while Don Welk, Steve Pheasant, Dave Bitler & Les Terpstra worked the ring. The Genesee- Hill herd was a partnership between Jeff & Lesa Mulligan & Larry & Beanie Hill, with the cattle housed at Mulligans. The cattle were dispersed as Mulligan Farms facilities were overloaded with cattle. Congratulations to the Mulligans and Hills for breeding such a tremendous herd!
|$2,255 on 231 Lots
Wea-Land Holsteins Complete Dispersal. Landis Weaver, owner. Co-Managed with Stonehurst Farm. Click Here to View the Complete Catalog!
The Wea-Land Holstein Dispersal held on Saturday, April
21st in Quarryville, PA was a rousing success! Fourteen head sold
for $4,000 or higher resulting in a final average of $3,022. on 105 full lots
and a total of $336,487. for the day! Topping the sale was lot 1, selling for
$15,000. to Mike Garrow from NY, the volume buyer of the day! This tremendous
daughter of Redliner just scored VG-89 two days earlier & is backed by 10 EX
dams! The sale staff had 5 bidders on the phones plus bids from all over the
packed tent! Garrow also took home the second high of the day, lot 28, an
EX-92-RC Durham, 9th Generation EX & milking 130 pounds.
Landis Weaver & family welcomed everyone at the start of
the sale & wished all the utmost success with their purchases. The sale was
Co-Managed by The Cattle Exchange & Stonehurst Farm with Dave Rama serving
as auctioneer, Horace Backus presenting pedigrees. The Ring staff performed
brilliantly & included Don & Harold Welk, Nick Raggi, Dan Brandt, Dave
Bitler and Dave Lentz. A very large number of phone bids during the entire sale
kept the sale staff extremely busy!
Other notable high sellers included lot 29 selling to Adam Derr
for $7,500. This newly scored VG-85 2yr old carries a smashing udder, sired by
a Talent son & backed by a VG-88 Rampage dam from the Roxie’s! Lot 31, a
Red, EX-90 Advent sold for $7,000! Her dam is EX-92 & grdam 2E-94 w/1496F.
Cattle sold to 8 states and Canada & this sale was proof positive that great
breeding is still in demand! One of the great herd sales for the year!
|$3,022 on 105 Full Lots
||New York Spring Holstein Sale. 4 PM. Held in conjuction with the New York Spring Dairy Carousel. Click Here to View the Complete Catalog!
||$5,440 on 88 Full Lots
31st Annual Cobleskill Dairy Fashions Sale. Hosted by Cobleskill Dairy Cattle Club. Click Here to View the Complete Catalog!
The 31st annual Cobleskill Dairy Fashions Sale was held March 31 at the SUNY Cobleskill campus in Cobleskill, NY. Ninety-one full lots averaged $2,168 in the event managed by the SUNY Cobleskill Dairy Cattle Club (Jesse Phillips, sale chairman) and The Cattle Exchange.
Topping the sale at $4,750 was Lot #1, Ms Atlees Shamroc Alisha, an 11/11 Shamrock from Ms Atlees Goldwyn Arista-ET (VG-88). Arista is a full sister to EX-92 Goldwyn Ariel, as well as popular AI sires Atwood, Atlantic and Avalanche. Alisa was consigned by Allyn, Lloyd & Heath of Middleburgh, NY and sold with numbers of +1993GTPI +1546M +73F +42P +3.25T. She was purchased by Sherry McNeil of Ellenburg Center, NY. The second high seller at $4,000 was Ms Mapleslp Ostyl M13318-ET, a 10/11 O-Style with numbers of +2147GTPI +1511M +59F +52P +603NM +4.oPL and +2.24T. Her dam is a VG-88 Goldwyn followed by nine more VG and EX cows. Consigned by Thomas, Shenk & Addis of Warner Robins, GA, the high genomics heifer went to Sam Potter of Union Springs, NY.
Congratulations to SUNY Cobleskill students on a job well done!
|$2,168 on 91 Full Lots
The Gala II at Glen Valley. Hosted by Glen Valley Farm. Click Here to View the Complete Catalog!
The Gala II at Glen Valley Sale was held March 24th in Atglen, PA, at the home of Ken & Marilyn Umble and family and averaged $2885 on 141 full lots. The 22-year PBR award winning herd sold with a last DHI test day average of 90 lbs. High selling animal of the day was Lot 10, Golden-Rose Shot Romance-ET, a just-fresh Shottle who is a potential 17th generation EX! Romance is out of Oakfield Pronto Ritzi (EX-90), who made a 3-01 record of 290d 31,104 3.4 1055 3.0 943 (Inc.), and traces back to the world-famous Pinehurst Royal Rosa (2E-91) family. Romance was purchased by The Romance Partners, c/o Eric Evans, Buhl, ID, for $10,000. Also highlighting the sale were her 2/12 Goldsun daughter selling for $5300 and her 1/12 Goldwyn with GTPI 2030 selling for $6800. Many members of the Glen-Valley Win Caprice (3E-93 GMD-DOM) family sold, including the second and third high sellers at $7600 and $7000 respectively. Glen-Valley Ross Caliste is an Altaross daughter of Glen-Valley Lou Calixte-ET (EX-91). Caliste was carrying an ultrasound female by Epic and has a GTPI of 2095. Her first choice Numero Uno was then sold, with buyer’s choice of females from 2 pregs due 9/12 and 3 more transfers on 1/12. A special moment in the sale came when two lots from the Glen-Valley Rubens Sprinkle (2E-91) family sold. Sprinkle was owned by Jordan Umble, Ken & Marilyn’s middle son who was killed in a motorcycle accident in 2006. Proceeds from CC-Jordan Snowstorm-Red and a Braxton choice from Sprinkle (totaling $6450) went to the Jordan M. Umble Memorial Mission Fund. The standing room only crowd was treated to complimentary home-made ice cream, and a pre-sale coffee & donuts social hour. The sale was managed by The Cattle Exchange, with David Rama and Horace Backus working the box, assisted by Dan Brandt, David J. Lentz, Nick Raggi, Dave Bitler and Don Welk in the ring. More prices and pictures from the event can be found at http://www.allbreedsblog.com/2012/03/23/the-gala-ii-at-glen-valley-is-underway/.
|$2,885 on 141 Full Lots
Globe Run Farm Milking Herd, Bred Heifer & Select Calf Dispersal. 130 head sell. BAA 109.2% (unoffical) 20 EX & 50 VG cows sell; RHA 25,966 3.9 1023 3.1 817. The Foster Family, owners. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
The Globe Run Milking Herd and Bred heifer Dispersal held on Friday, January 27th for the Foster family was a rousing success. Over 400 attendees witnessed the dispersal of this magnificently bred herd. The sale tent was overflowing and the crowd stayed to the very end. John and Andy Foster welcomed the massive crowd of over 400 breeders who attended and wished them the greatest success in advance with all their purchases.
Bidding was brisk all day as David Rama and Horace Backus handled all duties from the auctioneer box and ring men Don Welk, Dave Bitler, Dan Brandt and Steve Pheasant accepted bids from the spirited crowd. Topping the sale was lot 20, selling for $6,400.00 to one of the great cowmen in the business, Kirk Hillegass of Berlin, PA. This VG-88, tall, angular, jet black daughter of Damion, was milking 135 pounds with a gorgeous udder, made 1456 fat @ 2yrs and hails from the world famous “Martha” family! Second high seller was lot 2, an unscored daughter of Goldwyn with a smashing udder, on service to Explode! This great young cow sold to Penn England LLC, Williamsburg, PA and she too descends from the Martha family. Her dam, a 2E-91 Allen with 1851 of fat also sold as lot 1 for $3,300.00. Third high seller was lot 98 selling for $5,100.00. Sired by EK-Oseeana Anticipation, this VG-87 2yr sold due back in May and will show as a Sr. 3yr old. Her dam is an EX-91 Juror with three records over 1300 of Fat and next five dams are VG or EX.
Cattle sold to four states with ten head selling for $4,000.00 or more. The sale was co-managed by The Cattle Exchange and Stonehurst Farm with Joyce Welk and Amber Newman handling the clerking responsibilities efficiently. The sale staff handled phone bids from more than eight states!
Congratulations to the Foster family for breeding and developing one of the premier Holstein Herds in the country. Many that sold will go on to be excellent in the future and please new owners for years to come! One of the largest crowds we have seen in sometime!
|$2,705 on 108 Full Lots
||New York Convention ET Sale. 5:30 PM. Held in conjuction with the New York All Breeds Convention. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
||$9,600 on 29 Full Lots
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||2 Day PA Holstein Holiday Sale. 400+ head will sell. Featuring herd dispersals for BSB Holsteins & Lone Pine Farms. Held at the Lebanon County Expo Center. Co-Managed with Stonehurst Farm. Click Here to View the Complete Online Catalog!
Day 1: $1,525 on 125 Full Lots
Day 2: $961 on 273 Full Lots
Total Sale Average: $1,139 on 395 Full Lots
||The Best Of Rudolph Missy/Pine-Tree Dairy. Hosted by Matt Steiner & Family. Click Here to View the Complete Catalog!
||$11,784 on 81 Full Lots
||Fern Hill Farm II, LLC Milking Herd Dispersal. Owners: Jack Russin & Family. 100 Outstanding Registered Holsteins! Click Here to View the Complete Catalog!
||$1,730 on 102 Lots
||Benton Farm Dispersal.William Benton & Family, owners. Co-Managed with Stonehurst Farm. Click Here To View The Complete Catalog!
||$2,118 on 67 Full Lots
||New York Holstein Harvest Sale. Click Here to View the Complete Catalog!
||$3,750 on 85 Full Lots
||Bennett Farms Milking Herd & Bred Heifer Dispersal. 100 head sell with beautiful frames and great pedigrees. Bennett Farms, Inc., owners. Click Here to View the Complete Catalog!
||$1,897 on 93 Full Lots
||Zacharias Holsteins Complete Dispersal. Corrie Zacharias & Family, owners. Click Here To View The Complete Catalog
||$2,132on 56 Full Lots
||Vision Gen & Partners Elite Offerings. Held at the Ben K.Stolzfus Farm. Co-Managed with Stonehurst Farms. Corey Wolff, host. Click Here to View the Complete Catalog!
||$2,538 on 109 Lots
||Jo-Lan Farm Complete Dispersal. Owner: John & Rachel Lantz. Co-Managed with Stonehurst farms. Click Here to View the Complete Catalog!
||$1,623 on 96 Lots
||Plankenhorn Farms Complete Dispersal. Dr. Sam & Gail Simon, owners. "One of the finest herds in the Country!" BAA 109.9% RHYA 23,900 3.7F 3.1P SCC 79,000. Click Here to View the Complete Catalog!
||$3,052 on 69 Full Lots
||Happy Hollow Dairy Dispersal. David & Tina Hunsberger, owners. 300+ head sell. 65% Holsteins & 35% Holstein cross with Sweedish Reds or Jerseys! Parlor trained, no BST,just pasture, TMR & TLC! Co-Managed with Stonehurst Farm. Catalogs will be available at the Sale.
||$1,110 on 303 Lots
||PA Dairy Classic Sale. 11 AM. Herd reduction sales for Liddleholme of NY and Schug's Holsteins from OH. 100 head sell! Co-Managed with Stonehurst Farm. Click here to view the complete catalog!
||$2,089 on 83 full lots
||Houserdale Holsteins Dispersal. Owner: David Houser & Family. 100 Registered Holsteins: 50 cows & 50 heifers. BAA 106.5% RHA: 24,207M 3.5%F 852F 3.0%P 735P. Quality Herd! Click here to view the complete catalog!
||$1,532 on 87 full lots
||Maple Hill Farm Complete Dispersal. 11 AM. Owners: Carl & Carla Gates. 90 Registered Holsteins. BAA 107.6%. RHA 22,341 M 3.8% 852F 3.1% 703P. Click here to view the complete catalog!
||$1,868 on 79 full lots
||First String Holsteins Complete Dispersal. Owner: Andrew Fleischer. Co-Managed by Stonehurst Farm and The Cattle Exchange.Click here to view the complete catalog!
||$1,590 on 56 Registered Holstein Lots
||Morrisville Autumn Review Sale. Hosted by Morrisville College Dairy Club. Click here to view the complete catalog!
||$2,461 on 79 full lots
||Arethusa Kueffner Klassic II. Held at the Lebanon County Expo Center. Hosted by Arethusa Farm & Kueffner Holsteins. Click here to view the complete catalog!
$4,443 on 112 Full Holstein Lots
$4,839 on 13 Jersey Lots
|St. Jacobs Celebration Sale. Hosted by Tim & Sharyn Abbott & Family.
||$6,580 on 20 full lots
||Carpenter's Tools Of The Trade Sale. Hosted by Jim Carpenter & Family. Click Here to View the Complete Catalog!
||$3,505 on 100 full lots
Spruce Haven Select Sale. A truly unique offering featuring some of the breed's highest Genomic offerings! Spruce Haven Farms, hosts. Click Here to View the Complete Catalog!
The Spruce Haven Select Sale was held on Saturday, July 9 at the farm in Union Springs, NY. 111 full lots averaged $4,022. Topping the sale at $60,000 was SRP Dorcy Zo12297-ET *TY, the breed's number 1 GTPI Dorcy daughter at +2472. She sold with multiple AI and embryo contracts to TJR Genetics of Chebanse, IL with Elite Management of Argentina as the contender. Her +2229 GTPI full sister sold for $18,000 to Ryan Matherton of Hilmar, CA. Second high seller of the day was Vision-Gen SHF AS D12131-ET a +2283 GTPI Aftershock backed by a VG 85 Goldwyn, 2E 92 Outside & then EX 94-GMD-DOM Chief Adeen. Oakfield Corners Dairy of Oakfield, NY was the buyer of this fancy heifer with a +4.43PTAT. Selling for $21,000 was Vision-Gen SH Frd A12304-ET, a September Freddie with a +2340 GTPI and backed by a VG Jet Stream with numerous sons in AI. Woodcrest Dairy of Lisbon, NY was the buyer. Selling for $18,000 was a choice of two Alta Ross heifers born in December from a just-fresh Planet backed by 9 VG or EX dams. Kings Ransom Farm of Schuylerville, NY was the buyer. Right behind at $17,500 was a pick of 3 Man-O-Man heifers from the same Planet with GTPI's up to +2234 to Aurora Ridge Dairy of Aurora, NY.
The sale was managed by the Cattle Exchange with Dave Rama selling the cattle and Horace Backus making announcements. Taking bids were Patricia Gifford, Tom Harkenrider, Jason Pullis, Les Terpstra, Dr. Ronnie Thomas, Rick Verbeek and Don Welk. Merry Rama and Amber Newman clerked the sale. The event was hosted by Doug Young and Partners at Spruce Haven Farm. Genetics Manager Sam Potter has been part of the team for nearly five years performs all of the ET and reproductive work himself. He routinely flushes 8-10 cows every week and estimates that now over 70% of all the 2-year-olds calving in the 1,000+ cow dairy are the product of embryo transfer. The entire Spruce Haven staff is to be commended and thanked for their tremendous planning and cooperation, as hosting a sale of this magnitude amidst an operation of this size and scale was no easy task.
When the final gavel fell, 8 head has sold for over $10,000 and cattle were sold to Quebec and 10 states outside of New York.
|$4,022 on 111 full lots
||VA National Holstein Convention Sale. Co-Managed with Landis Marketing & Daniel Brandt. Catalog Now Online! Click Here to View.
$14,810 on 105 Full Lots.
||Knight Run Farm Complete Dispersal. Cochranville, PA. 500 Head Sell!
$1,550 on 446 Lots.
Oakfield Cornes Spring Sensation Sale 1PM. Hosted by Jonathan & Alicia
Lamb. Click to view the Complete Catalog: Part I (Lots 1-70) & Part II (Lots 71-132)
The 2011 Spring Sensation Sale was a resounding success with a sale average of $6,221 on 102 full Holstein lots. As in the past sale offerings at Oakfield Corners, the pedigrees read like who’s who, the show prospects were plentiful as were the genomic giants.
Lot 1 was also the top priced animal in the event at $41,000 and was struck of to Genisis Cooperative Herd, Shawano, WI. Oakfield Blue Lagoon-ET +2372 GTPI. Lagoon is a CO-OP O-Style Oman Just-ET and his #1 GTPI daughter. She is out of Oakfield Encino Britley (VG-86, 2y) 50k GTPI +2074 that has several sons in AI and embryos exported.
Second high of the sale was from one of the most exciting show ring bloodlines of the breed. Pierstein Dundee Rosabel-ET is a 12/08 Dundee that is due soon to Palermo. Her dam is the 2008 WDE and Royal Winter Fair Supreme Champion Thrulane James Rose (2E-97). She was struck of to Jonathan Pinkerton of Frenchtown, NJ for $31,000.
Bringing the third high of the event was Miss OCD Robust Deja Vu-ET for $20,500 from Ransom Rail Farm, Perry, NY. Dej Vu-ET‘s 50K test reads +2407 GTPI. She is Robust daughter out of OCD Planet Danica-ET that has sons in AI and embryos exported. The next dam is Miss Elegant Delight-ET (VG-88), a granddaughter of Windsor Manor Rud Zip (4E-95).
The sale was managed by the Cattle Exchange with David Rama handling the gavel and Horace Backus making pedigree announcements. Taking bids from the large crowd on hand were Scott Culbertson, PatsyGifford, Ray LeBlanc, Nick Raggi, Les Terpstra, Rick Verbeek and Don Welk. The sale was clerked by Merry Rama and Amber Newman. Sale hosts Jonathan and Alicia Lamb had the farm and cattle all in top condition and hosted a well-attended open house the evening before, and provided a delicious complimentary lunch before the start of the sale.
$6221 on 102 full Holstein lots.
||Kingsmill Complete Dispersal! Held at Kingsmill Farm II. Click here to view the Complete Catalog!
$4,088 average on 187 Full Lots
Pride of Woodlawn, hosted by Tim & Seth Leach.
$4,573 average on 95 Full Lots
Elm Park Farms Complete Dispersal 10:30 AM. 150 of the finest Red & White & Red Factor females to ever sell! R&W International/WDE Premier Breeder for 15 Years & Premier Exhibitor for 13 Years! This COMPLETE DISPERSAL is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Elm Park Farms, owners. Click to view the Complete Catalog: Part I (Lots 1-85) & Part II (Lots 86-175)
The Elm Park Farm Complete Dispersal held on Saturday, April 30th, 2011 in Sheboygan Falls WI saw 166 lots average $3,253.00. Over 300 people packed the tent on a terribly windy day requiring extraordinary measures to keep the tent in place! The sale was managed by The Cattle Exchange of Delhi, NY.
Topping the sale at $41,000.00 was lot 2, Goldwn-Oaks Gwyn Perky-ET a Polled RC Goldwyn from the famed EX-90 “Perk Rae” out of Beauty Rae from the heart of the Roxies! Bidding was fierce with Dr. Hubertus Diers-WWS Germany in attendance at the sale placing the final bid and Sexing Technologies contending. Perky carried two AI contracts and loads of international interest! Second high was lot 1, a RC Man-O-Man from Gold Dish Rae (VG-88), again from the great Roxie maternal line. Selling for $28,000.00 to Sexing Technologies, she was the highest RC Man-O-Man from Dish Rae. Contending bidder was Welcome Stock Farm of NY with both Bill & Bill Jr. in attendance. Another New Yorker that whacked away was Lisa Tobler, purchasing the third high for the day at $17,500 on Lot 3, the highly respected Elm-Park Pimm-Red-ET (EX-93-2E), Res. All-Am R&W 4 year old in 2007. From the same maternal line as the sensational Black Rose, Pimm looked awesome with bidding coming from every direction. Lot 81, Elm-Park Air-ET (EX-90), sold for $10,000.00 to Sellcrest Farm, Watertown, WI. This amazing maternal sister to Regiment Apple and full sister to the great Acme bull sold fresh less than 72 hours and looked sensational. Seven young sires sold in the sale and averaged right at $2,300.00 for the day with the high at $2,525.00 for an eleven month old grandson of Pimm-Red! Cattle sold to eleven states plus Canada and Germany!
Dave Rama Handled the gavel, while Louis Prange of Elm Park presented pedigrees. Ray LeBlanc of VT, Don Welk of PA, Alan Dykshorn of IA, Norm Magnussen of WI, Ted Radintz of MN, and Ron Roskopf of WI handled bid taking and the telephones as well. The ring crew performed brilliantly accepting bids from the large crowd and handling numerous phone bids as well. The fitting staff headed by Jason Thomas had the cattle looking superb and fought the wind, rain and other elements all week. Merry Rama and Amber Newman handled all clerking duties and trucking arrangements. They are all to be commended for a job well done!
Congratulations to Louis and Max Prange on breeding and developing perhaps the greatest R&W & RC Holstein herd in the world. Louis can be credited for not only being Premier Breeder and Exhibitor at WDE for fifteen years but more importantly expanding the Red gene on a global level. Louis’s devotion to the Red and White Dairy cattle Association and Red Breeders world wide has had a major impact on the entire industry. Max will continue his college education and still keep his hand in fitting on a national level. We wish them both continued success at all they do!
|$3,253 average on 166 Full Lots
||Glen Mild Holsteins Complete Dispersal. Click here to view the Complete Catalog!
||$1,923 on 122 Full Lots
Misty Crest Holsteins Sale. Held at the Ben K. Stolzfus Sale Barn. Co-Managed with Stonehurst Farm. David & Dennis Hottenstein, herd owners. Click here to view the Complete Catalog!
Sale Average: $2,224.55 on 99 Full Lots! The sale was well attended with buyers from all over the Northeast participating. Cattle sold to NY, PA, NJ, CT, MD, and VT.
Topping the sale was Lot 28 for $4,950. This VG-86 Zenith sold fresh & backed by 5 Excellent dams. She sold to Promise Haven Farm, Ulster, PA. Tied for second high were Lots 1 & 67. Lot 67 was a first choice female by Atwood from a Sanchez daughter of the great EX-91 Duplex Rayna, the breeds highest scored 15th Generation Excellent. She sold to Craig Bauermaster of Somerset, PA for $4,100. Lot 1 sold to Lismore Dairy sired by Shottle from an Excellent Durham out of an Excellent 91 Storm from 2E-94 Chief Adeen. Fourth high, Lot 23, sold for $4,000. to Richard & Debra Shuman of Bloomsburg, PA. A daughter of Goldwyn & potential 8th Generation Excellent from the Roxies, she sold bred to Goldwyn Guthrie due in November.
The sale was managed by Stonehurst Farm and The Cattle Exchange. Dave Rama handled auctioneering duties, Horace Backus presented pedigrees, while Don Welk, Nick Raggi, Dave Bitler and Dan Brandt accepted bids. There were numerous bids handled by the sale staff via cell phones all day.
Congratulations to the families of David & Dennis Hottenstein on a tremendous dispersal! It should also be noted that Patricia Gifford, the executive secretary of the NY Holstein Association, showed up on her way to NC to see family for the Easter Holiday. Patsy is celebrating a milestone birthday! Happy Birthday Patsy!!!!!
|$2,225 on 99 Full Lots
Ideal Holsteins Complete Dispersal Featuring 160 head of deep pedigreed, high producing Holsteins! Jake & Sallianne Tanis, owners. Click here to view the Complete Catalog!
Ideal Holsteins Complete Dispersal held on Saturday, April 16th in Centre Hall, PA attracted a massive crowd on an absolutely miserable rain soaked day. The tent was overflowing with more than 300 in attendance. 159 full lots averaged $2,050.00 and bidding was brisk all day. Topping the sale @ $5,300.00 was lot 29, a daughter of KHW Elm Park Acme-ET. Milking 96 pounds, she was backed by a GP-84 dam by Roy and she sold to Robert Hostetler of Belleville, PA. Second high was lot 82, a daughter of Stanhope Sovereign scored EX-90 working on her third calf and bred to Dundee. She sold for $4,300.00 to Mark Hough of Rebersburg, PA. Another daughter of Elm Park Acme, lot 152 sold for $3,450.00 to Thomas Hartle, fresh w/2nd calf & was third high of the sale.
The Ideal herd boasted a herd average over 29,000M and BAA 107.9%. The Acme daughters looked tremendous all day and bidding from the packed rain soaked tent was fierce. The sale staff included Rama & Backus in the box, Welk, Raggi, Pullis, Brandt, Bitler and Stoltzfus taking bids. The fitters and tent crew performed masterfully in beastly weather conditions. Over three inches of rain, high brisk winds all day and the crew never missed a beat.
The Tanis family held a special dinner the evening before the sale for family, sale staff and friends & it was a first class feast. We salute Jake, Sallianne and their family for the tremendous positive impact they have had on the Holstein industry. Penn State graduates that worked for Ideal in the past turned out in full force for moral support as well as a piece of Ideal herd.
The market is gaining strength! Many short breds sold for $1,500. to $1,650.00 and March calves were almost all over $1,000.00!
|$2,050 on 159 Full Lots
||New York Spring Holstein Sale Featuring 60 head with tremendous pedigrees and incredible marketing potential! Held in conjunction with the NY Spring Dairy Carousel. Click here to view the Complete Catalog!
||$4,673 on 60 Full Lots
||30th Annual Cobleskill Dairy Fashions Sale. Hosted by Cobleskill Dairy Cattle Club. Click here to view the Complete Catalog!
30th Cobleskill Dairy Fashion Sale A Rousing Success
The Cobleskill Dairy fashion Sale held on Saturday, April 2nd at SUNY Cobleskill in NY was a tremendous success. The annual sale was hosted by the SUNY Cobleskill Dairy Club and students selected and prepared the cattle for the sale. A huge crowd was on hand to witness 83 full lots average $2,648.00 with all six dairy breeds represented at the sale.
Topping the sale and a new high for the sale series was lot 1G, consigned by Ashley Sears. A choice of six females from the great “Pistachio Pie” EX-94%, All-AM 4yr old & 5yr old Guernsey & Supreme Champ WDE in ’07, it sold for $12,700.00. The buyer was Joseph Piskorowski of Ithaca, NY and the contenders were Spring Hill of Ohio. Lot 41, a VG-85 milking Baxter from John Richmond sold for $7,000.00 to John & Marilyn Cline. She carried an embryo contract & major AI interest w/GTPI +1904. Lot 37 from Ken & Vivian Riehl sold for $6,900.00 to Dale Niswander. She was a Shot Al daughter w/GTPI +2106 from a VG-88 Toystory.
In addition to the usual offering of Holsteins, the sale featured one lot from other prominent dairy breeds. Lot 1A was an Oblique daughter born December 2010 from the Unanimous All-Am Sr 3yr old Ayrshire ’09. She sold for $4,000.00 to Gene Hall from Oklahoma. Lot 1B was a Sept. 2010 Secret daughter from the All-Am Aged Swiss in 2007. She sold for $6,600.00 to Shawn Young of VT and was consigned by Main & Vail. Lot 1J was a Hired Gun daughter born 4/7/10 from a VG-88 daughter of the great “Veronica” a living legend in the Jersey breed! She sold for $5,150.00 to Sarah McDowell of MD. Lot 1M represented the Milking Short Horn breed and sold for $2,900.00 to Ron Andrews of, PA. She was consigned by Gerald Merrill and sold milking 78lbs & she was Nominated All-Am Fall Calf in 2009.
Sale Chairperson, Liz Trombley handled her duties masterfully and the dairy club is to be commended for an outstanding job all around. The sale was managed by The Cattle Exchange with David Rama handling auctioneer duties and Horace Backus presenting pedigrees. Dan Brandt, Duane Conant, Jamie Black, Dr. John Tryon & Dr. Ronnie Thomas accepted bids from the crowd and worked the phones.
Just fifteen cows and bred heifers were offered in the sale with the other sixty eight lots being calves or yearlings. Congratulations to SUNY Cobleskill students on a job well done!
|$2,648 on 83 Full Lots
||Vision-Gen & Partners Elite Offerings. Hosted by Vision Genetics. Held at the Ben K. Stolzfus Farm. Click here to view the Complete Catalog!
||$2,667 on 98 Full Lots
||Chestnut-Hyll Farm Dispersal. 100 head sell backed by deep pedigrees, solid type & the best sires of the breed! Kurt & Arnie Nieminen, owners. Held at the Ben K. Stolzfus Farm. Co-Managed with Stonehurst Farms! Click here to view the Complete Catalog!
||$1,426 on 92 Full Lots
The New York ET Convention Sale. Click Here to view the complete catalog!
The NY ET Convention Sale held on Thursday, January 13th started off with a bang as Lot 1 sold for $20,000. Consigned by Maple Downs, Heath and Cooper, this pick of Snowman’s from a VG-89 Shottle sold to Todd Galton of Nunda, NY. In all, 30 full lots averaged $8,097.00 with a total gross of $265,650.00 for the evening, making this the highest averaging Convention Sale of All-Time.
Rick Verbeek, Dan Brandt, Ray LeBlanc, Patsy Gifford and Jason Pullis handled numerous phone bids as well as catching bids from the crowd. The team of Dave Rama and Horace Backus handled the gavel and pedigrees respectively. Merry Rama clerked the sale and handled several phone bids including Lot 6, selling for $51,000.00 to Arethusa Farm. This sensational Domain daughter consigned by King and Emerling came out with a GTPI +2366, one of the highest in the breed!
Thirteen lots sold for $6000.00 or higher. The high embryos of the night (Lot 36A) sold for $800 ea. Sired by Snowman from a VG-88 Goldwyn. They were consigned by Welcome Stock Farm and purchased by Coyne Farms, Avon, NY.
Sexing Technologies procured some fabulous individuals including Lot 5, a Planet daughter consigned by Matt Steiner of Ohio from the world famous Missy family. Sexing Technologies also purchased Lot 7 for $20,000.00 consigned by Welcome Stock Farm. These were a choice of 4 Observer daughters from a VG-86 Shottle with GTPI’S ranging from 2129 to 2302. In addition, they purchased lots 8 and 23.
Congratulations to all consignors and buyers on a great sale and a first class convention!
|$8,097.00 on 30 Full Lots
||$1,388.78 on 111 Full Lots
The Holstein Holiday Sale. Click here to view complete catalog!
The Holstein Holiday Sale held on Saturday, December 4th in Intercourse, PA saw 111 full lots average $1,988.38 with buyers from 11 States. Topping the sale at $6,300 was Lot 1, a beautiful 2E-94 Lee with 1441 pounds of fat, due in April to Jasper. She sold to Larry Dykstra of IA & she is backed by 8 generations of VG or EX dams from the Fran-Lou Meadow family. Second high was Lot 47, a springing Redliner from the Skagvale Gay family. Selling for $4,550 to William Benton of NY, she is a potential 10th generation EX! Third high seller was Lot 45, a very fancy Cal-Red daughter due January 1st. The buyer was Promise Haven Farm of PA at $4,450 and her maternal side goes back to the Enhancer Feather-Red cow once owned by Max Beere.
Dave Rama and Horace Backus worked from the box while Don & Harold Welk, Les Terpstra and Dan Brandt handled bids from the large crowd on hand. The sale started with a semen sale of oldies but goodies including sexed Dundee semen selling for $70/unit; Adolph $35/unit; Outside $55/unit; Shottle $95/unit; Stormatic $70/unit & much more.
The next sale will be December 16th in Intercourse for a special Milking Herd Dispersal! More milk than we have ever sold!!!!!!!
|$1,988.38 on 111 Full Lots
||Hike-Em-Up Holsteins Complete Dispersal. 110 head sell, BAA 109.5%. William & Susan Sellers, owners. Click Here to view complete catalog!
||$1,648.85 on 100 Full Holstein Lots
||Intervale Holsteins Dispersal. Janice Sears, owner. 100 head sell, 20 Jerseys. Deep Pedigrees! Click Here to view complete catalog!
$1,508.01 on 73 Full Holstein Lots
Jersey Average: $1,110.59
||Hubschmidt Holsteins Complete Dispersal. John & Martha Hubschmidt, owners. Co-Managed with Stonehurst Farms. Click here to view complete catalog!
A large, enthusiastic crowd attended the Hubland Farm Dispersal held on Friday, November 5th in Intercourse, PA and saw 95 full lots sell for an average of $1,721. John and Martha Hubschmidt of Bridgeton, NJ have been tremendous supporters on NJ Holsteins for years and are a 24 time PBR winner! The NJ contingency came out in force and plowed away on many of the fine cows and bred heifers offered in this sale as well as the local Lancaster County market.
Lot 9, sired by Morty, sold fresh at VG-88 points and she fetched $6,000, selling to Myerwood Farms of Pilesgrove, NJ. Her dam was a VG-88 Aspen & 2nd dam was 2E-95 Encore Rip. Her GP-83 maternal sister by Sept Storm also sold, springing for $3,100. to Elvin Reiff of Mt. Joy, PA. Third high seller, Lot 58, was a fresh, VG-87, BW Marshall daughter from a GP-83 Aeroline dam. She sold to Donald Mills, of Delaware for $3,050. Twenty head sold for $2,000. or higher and cattle were purchased by 5 different states.
At the start of the sale, John said he had tried to sell his herd privately for sometime but all the potential buyers had indicated they were not interested in any cows over 2 lactations. He advised the buyers at the sale, the good older cows still had lots of life and his speech was well accepted with many cows over 5 years of age selling for $1,500. to $2,000.
Alvin String of Harrisonville, NJ was the volume buyer of the day, selecting a super set of young cows that will please him for a long time. Don Welk, Russ George, Bob Landis & Harold Welk accepted bids while Horace Backus and Dave Rama worked the box.
Congratulations and our best wishes to John and Martha Hubschmidt! They are exemplary Holstein Breeders and what the business should be all about!
|$1,721.05 on 95 Full Lots
Gen Elite Offerings. Click here to view complete catalog.
The Vision-Gen & Partners Elite Offering held on Friday, October 29th in Intercourse, PA was well received with 143 full lots averaging $3,452.10 for a total gross of $500,225.00. Over 200 people attended on a beautiful Lancaster County day.
The first two lots in the ring were 14 & 15, two full sisters sired by Superstition with lot 14 having a GTPI +2196 and Lot 15 a GTPI +2246. Their dam, an Excellent Goldwyn from the Barbie family also sold ($6,500.00 to Ben Shelton, NC). Select Sires placed the winning bid of $25,500.00 and chose lot 15. Lot 14 was quickly put up again and commanded the third high price of the day at $18,000.00 selling to Dennis Wolff of Millville, PA. Lot 62, a really fancy Shottle daughter born May, 2010 carried a GTPI +2380 and sold for $19,500.00 to Bill & Tim Rauen, Tom & Rick Simon and Mark Butz of Farley, IA. The dam was an unscored daughter of Goldwyn from an EX-91 Outside and the second dam was Chief Adeen! The dam sold for $8,900.00 to Mike Heath, Purple Fever, Steve Morrill and Gerbaten Acres of Lowville, NY.
Rock Hill Dairy of NM, batted away all day on tremendous cattle and procured lot 29, a very fancy Atwood daughter born April, 2010 with a GTPI +2118 for $16,000.00. Her dam is an EX-90 Shottle daughter of the great Lila Z! In all, Rock Hill took home 30 head and they were special! Keep on eye on Rock Hill Dairy, they are buying the great ones!
Lot 14, a February, 2010 daughter of Man o Man sold for $14,000.00 to Carlyle Westendorp of Nashville, MI. Her dam is EX-92 Goldwyn Wistful! Ben Shelton and Arlin Buttke from North Carolina sat front and center and cherry picked some tremendous fresh cows and fancy heifers all day! It was a sensational offering and the cattle all found new homes that should please all the buyers!
In all, cattle sold to 12 different states plus England and Canada. Fifty head commanded a price of $3,000.00 or more! It was great to see some friends from California including Gil Teixeira who took home 4 head! We wish Gil and Linda our very best!
Congratulations to Corey Wolff of Vision Genetics for breeding such a tremendous selection of high Genomic cattle with phenomenal pedigrees! The sale staff was magnificent handling bids from across the country and at the sale facility, including; Les Terpstra, Rick Verbeek, Ray LeBlanc, Mike Weimer, Tom Harkenrider, Nick Raggi, Dan Brandt, Horace Backus, Tim Rauen, Bob Landis, Amy Savage, Don Welk and David Rama. The fitting crew headed by Jason Thomas had the cattle looking superb as always!
Next Vision-Gen & Partners Elite Offering will be held on Friday, March , 18th in Intercourse, PA. Plan your trip now and get ready to buy some elite genetics worth the money!
|$3,452.10 on 143 Full Lots
York Holstein Harvest Sale. Click here to view complete catalog.
The annual NY Holstein Harvest Sale held on Saturday, October 23rd at the Cornell Livestock Pavilion drew a massive crowd. When the dust settled, the sale averaged $3,212.73 on 110 full lots with a gross sale of $361,350. Cattle sold to ten states.
Sale topper was lot 15 from Marshman Farms, a Red, Polled daughter of Destry from an unscored Lawn Boy dam that looks great and has sons already contracted for AI. The Destry heifer came in with a GTPI +2122 & the bidding was brisk ending at $36,500. Buyers were Liz Partners c/o Faus Family of Rock Stream, NY, Ken Riehl and Durrell Martin. Contender was ABS/St. Jacobs with many additional players over $30,000. Second high was lot 9 from Clear Echo, a VG-85 Ramos daughter with loads of contract interest and a GTPI +2012. The final bidder was Dr. Barry England of PA. Carlton Bull of West Chazy, the contender of lot 9 was the final bidder of lot 36 selling for $11,000. She was a real flashy Superstition daughter with a GTPI of +2150 carrying contract interest!
Thirty-Three head sold for $3,000. or more in the sale! No doubt, genomics carried the day on prices. The great, deep pedigrees appear to be worth the money these days and everyone looking to make an investment should consider the tremendous foundation pedigrees being offered. They have never been more affordable!
Sale staff included; Horace Backus, Don Welk, Patsy Gifford, Jason Pullis, Rick Verbeek, Tom Harkenrider, Dave Rama. The cattle were well prepared by the Cornell University Dairy Club and the students and faculty of Cornell are to be congratulated for another job well done.
|$3,212.73 on 110 Full Lots
Holsteins Complete Dispersal. Click here to view complete catalog.
The Pooledale Holstein Complete Dispersal held on Friday, October 22nd was a resounding success. The sale averaged right at $1,494 on 101 lots for mature cows down to four month old calves. This grazing herd with just over a 17,500 pound herd average had many sired by homebred sires by Linjet, Durham, Dundee and Redmarker. They were strong cattle with great udders and many were bred for spring calving.
With a sharp, cold, wind blowing in from the west and snow starting to fall for the first time this season, the crowd stayed securely under the heated tent to see this lovely udder herd disperse. Topping the sale at $3,750 was a beautiful VG-88 daughter of Dundee. Fresh for the third time, she looked destined to be EX next score. Stonehurst Farm was agent for the purchase. Ten head sold for $2,000. or more with many cattle heading to North Carolina and Pennsylvania as well as a strong contingency of NY buyers. Recently born September calves were in demand with most bringing $900 to $1,200.
Congratulations to Ed, Laurie, Michelle and Megan! For anyone who wants a great lunch, a special piece of pie and some great hospitality, be sure to stop at Laurie’s new venture on route 13. The Poole Pit stop opens in November!
|$1,493.81 on 101 Full Lots
Lane Farm Complete Dispersal. Click here to view complete catalog.
A huge, enthusiastic, crowd attended the Walnut Lane Farm Complete Dispersal on Friday, October 15th. The sale began with the farm equipment and prices were strong just like the wind, all day!
The sale tent was packed & the bidding was brisk from start to finish. The Holstein herd of 122 head averaged $1,663.00 consisting of milking cows, bred heifers, yearlings and calves. Topping the sale at $3,800 was lot 45, a Red Destry heifer born April 10, 2010 w/PTPI +1911. She sold to Michael Allen of Gen-Toctin Farm, Jefferson, MD. Her VG-85 Rampage dam (Lot 44) was second high at $3,750. selling to Delvin Halteman of Quarryville, PA. Third high was Lot 1, a VG Shottle with loads of potential. She sold to Ron Statler II of Greencastle, PA for $3,500. Eldon Rudolph of Chambersburg, PA picked off Lot 5, a straight daughter of Advent due in March from an EX-90 Outside dam from the Pala family for $3,000. Twenty Three head sold for $2,000. or more. Harry Bachman, Don Welk, Horace Backus, Dan Brandt all assisted with the auction and handled their duties masterfully. Merry Rama & Amber Newman handled the clerking for the day with over 250 bidder numbers issued sale day.
We congratulate Rodney, Darlene, Emily & Tobin for a tremendous sale and the quality of life they have led. This family has participated in state and local shows for years, been active in both the Holstein and Guernsey Associations and great supporters of their local community. Having sold the farm, we wish them the very best in their new endeavors.
|$1,633.00 on 117 Full Lots
Holsteins Complete Dispersal. Click here to view complete catalog.
The family of Steve and Trish Rohe in Syracuse, NY dispersed their outstanding Holstein herd on Saturday, October 9th. A large & enthusiastic crowd gathered on a beautiful sunny day on Onondaga Hill to see this tremendous herd sell! When the day was over 128 lots consisting of cows, heifers and calves averaged $1,771.
Cows were the strength of the day with Lot 86, an EX-90 Best daughter topping the sale at $5,600. bred to Shottle and selling to Lantland Farms of Horseheads, NY. Gordon Wood from PA was contender and was a major player all day buying 17 head of outstanding young cows! Second high for the day was Lot 29, an EX-92 Durham at $5,100. selling to Roger Schug of Ohio. With a tremendous frame & udder and an EX-90 Rudolph dam, Roger says she is one of the finest cows he has ever owned! She sold fresh in December and on service. Thirty Five head sold for $2,000 or higher with cattle selling to five states and two provinces in Canada.
Horace Backus, Don Welk, Larry Hill, Jason Pullis and Patsy Gifford all assisted sale day and performed brilliantly! The tent was packed, the chairs were full and many friends of the Rohe family assisted sale day.
Congratulations to the Rohe family for their years of devotion to the dairy industry and the great Holstein cow. Active at all the major shows in the Northeast, the Rohe family is a testament of everything that is right in this country, family, hard work, dedication and pride! Some of the finest people we have ever worked with and we wish them great success in their new endeavors. Dave & Merry Rama
|$1,771.25 on 128 Lots
Autumn Review Sale featuring 41 head selling from EX dams scored up to EX 95! Click here to view the complete catalog!
The Morrisville Autumn Review Sale held September 11, 2010 averaged $2,242.93 on 92 full lots. A moment of silence was observed for victims of 9/11 at the start of the sale on a beautiful sunny day with an overflowing crowd in attendance. Beth Keene handled selections for the sale and what a super line up it was!
Topping the sale was Lot 2, a stylish daughter of the great Dur Chan, consigned by Kingstead & Mercuro and purchased by Brad Murphy of Parish, NY for $7,200. Tied for second high was Lot 30, an extremely fancy Goldwyn daughter born 12-3-09 from a VG-87 Linjet from the Royal Rosa Family & she is a potential fifteenth generation excellent. Also selling at $5,200 was Lot 43, another fancy Goldwyn born 12-13-09 from the excellent 92 Starbuck daughter of the immortal Dellia! She sold to one of the great cow men in NY, Mike Putman and was consigned by Erinwood and Mercuro. The fancy deep pedigreed heifers were in demand all day.
Horace Backus handled the pedigrees duties while Don Welk worked the ring along with Jason Pullis, Duane Conant and students Edwin Moran and Brett Myles. The students did a magnificent job in preparing the cattle for the sale, clipped to perfection and every detail in order. The sale was co-chaired by Katy Kemmeren and Courtney Supa and overseen by faculty member Beth Keene. Special thanks to Jason Pullis of The Cattle Exchange for all has assistance handling paperwork, sale order and organizational details!
Merry Rama and Amber Newman performed their usual outstanding job with clerking details and handling transportation details immediately after the sale!
|$2,242.93 on 92 Lots
Fall Classic, featuring 150+ from the breed's greatest cow
families! Held at the Ben K. Stolzfus Farm. Co-Managed with Stonehurst
Farm. Click here to view The Catalog.
A large crowd attended The Kingsmill Fall Classic Held on September 9th in Intercourse, PA. 157 head graced the shavings and when the dust settled they averaged 2,533.12 with over 100 head selling under 15 months of age. There was spirited bidding throughout the sale with cattle heading to 14 states. A number of people viewed the sale on line as well, and over 160 buyer numbers were issued sale day.
Topping the sale at $10,300 was Lot 2, a very stylish daughter of the Great Ashlyn, selling to Gene Iager and Nick Raggi of Maryland and due March first to Damion. Second high was Lot 11, a fancy Durham from Ashlyn born November 2009 selling to Jim Harris and Nate Hill of Perkasie, PA. Lot 7 an Aftershock daughter of Ashlyn sold to Tom Murphy from MA, for $7,200 born March 2010 and was third high of the sale. The sale grossed $397,700.00 with Rock Hill Dairy from New Mexico the volume buyer of the day.
The sale was co-managed by The Cattle Exchange & Stonehurst Farm with a tremendous sale staff including Les Terpstra, Nick Raggi, Scott Culbertson, Dave Lentz, Russ George, Harry Bachman and of course the living legend and master at pedigrees, Horace Backus. The fitting crew spear headed by Jason Thomas had the cattle looking fantastic.
Congratulations to Mr. David Falk, Mitch Hockett and the Kingsmill staff for presenting such a fine array of Holstein genetics and to Adam Liddle of Liddleholme Holsteins who also participated as a consignor with 25 head!
|$2,533.12 on 157 Lots
Holsteins Complete Dispersal. Complete Catalog online
Throw in a beautiful day, a packed tent and some highly tested Genomic Holsteins and you could have a very successful sale just like the All-Riehl Sale, owned by Ken and Vivian Riehl and family held on August 20, 2010 in Himrod, NY. The sale averaged $2,764 on 103 full lots.
Topping the sale at $20,000. was lot 5, sired by Dorcy with a GTPI +2239, she sold to TAW of Dryden, NY carrying contracts from virtually every AI unit in North America. Her dam is a VG Toystory w/1113F & grdam 3E-91-GMD-DOM Outside! Second high selling for $14,500 was lot 9 sired by Malicieux with a high GTPI and carrying a $7,000. AI contract from Genex. Cut right, she had many other AI units ready to talk business with the new owner, Oakfield Corners Dairy. Sixteen head sold for $5,000. or above. Lot 10 and lot 55 each sold for $9,500. Lot ten, sired by Leif, sold to Oakfield Corners Farm and lot ten, sired by Planet, sold to Sexing Technologies. Both carried major AI contracts.
The sale was managed by The Cattle Exchange of Delhi, NY. Sale staff included, Dave Rama, Don Welk, Horace Backus, Rick Verbeek, Tom Harkenrider, Patsy Gifford, Lloyd Simon & Jason Pullis. Bids were handled by the sale staff from over ten states plus the overflowing crowd in attendance!
|$2,764 on 103 lots
Sale of Stars - Co-Managed with Landis Marketing & Daniel
Brandt. Complete Catalog online.
Hill Holsteins Dispersal, Highest price was $3,600 for Lakeeffectrm Baxter Laura b: 3/08, due 8/9 to Planet, buyer, William & Brett Benton, NY.
||$1,511 on 85 lots
of Lantland Sale. Held during NY Holstein Assoc Summer Picnic.
Hosted by Lantland Farms. High price of $10,600 for Lot 13, Landland
Lucifer Imagine EX 91 91MS, consigned by the Lants and purchased by
Don & Janice Smith, Franklin, NY.
on 95 lots
of Veronica Sale at Arethusa
Farm - 30 descendants of Veronica EX 97! High price of $25,000 for Lot
25 - South Mountain Voltage Spice.
avg on 20 lots
Garden-Spot Trifecta. Hosted by Stolhaven, Cocalico &
Sixcorner Farm. Co-Managed with Landis Marketing. The Trifecta included
consignments from three prominent Lancaster County breeders, Stolhaven,
Cocalico and Sixcorner. Topping the sale at $14,000 was Stolhaven
Redliner Snospots *RC, a fresh Redliner from Ridle-Side Tina Snowball-ET
*RC (EX-90). Maternal sisters to Snowball include Ridle-Side Tina
Lou-Red (VG-87 and All-American R&W Fall Calf 2003) and Ridle-Side
Tina Lee-Red (EX-91 and the Unanimous All-American R&W Winter
Calf 2003 and Winter Yearling 2004). The Snospots Syndicate, Strasburg,
PA, was the successful buyer. Second high seller of the sale was Cocalico-Rama
Jasper Alessa, the beautiful black Jasper from Cranberry-Mdws Gibson
After (EX-92) x Md-Delight Storm Allison (2E-91 DOM) x Ms Kingstead
Chief Adeen (2E-94 DOM). Richard Smith of Tennessee was the successful
buyer at $12,700.
$2,899 on 114 full lots
Holsteins Dispersal & Friends Sale. It was a gorgeous,
sunny day in Intercourse, PA for the Jon-Lu Dispersal and Friends
sale. The facilities were at full capacity with interested onlookers
with great pedigrees all the way down the lineup. 86 full lots averaged
just under $3500. Topping the sale at $66,000 was the HHM AA Red and
White Junior 2-Year-Old from 2008, Jon-Lu Talent Regina VG-88. Regina
was fresh in April, milking 100 pounds per day, and will campaign
as a 4-year-old this year. Her dam is the VG-88 Durham daughter of
Sellcrest NO Rachel EX-94. Rachel is a two time Reserve Champion of
the International Red and White show and a descendant of the great
D-R-A August EX-96. Mike Deaver of Edgerton, WI and Associates were
the winning bidders with Milksource Genetics of Kaukauna, WI as contenders.John
& Luke Coblentz, owners. Co-Managed with Stonehurst Farm.
$3,457 on 86 full lots
Holstein Classic and Spring Replacement Sale 350 head selling of the
Whitney Pt, NY
Belair Farm Complete Dispersal, featuring 150 high production Registered
Jerseys & 100 ID Registered Holsteins; freestall & parlor
Spring Premier Sale, It was quite the day with 110 lots of
exceptional animals from both Joleanna and Arethusa, a variety of
extreme weather including strong winds, rain, heat and cold…but
when it was all said and done, The first lot in the ring was
lot 19- Astrahoe Rrbt Dplx Rayna EX-91 (94-MS). Sired by Duplex,
this 15th generation was struck off at $25,700 to Elvin Reiff of Mt
Joy, PA. You can see all the videos and highlights from the day by
$4,914 on 102 full lots
Holsteins Dispersal - Robert Sensenig & Sons,Topping
the sale was lot 1, King-Lane Shtle Polkadot-ET. This 63 1/2 inch
Shottle daughter sold due in 3 weeks to Sanchez and is +1921 GTPI.
Her dam is an 3E-94 Durham with numerous sons in A.I. Polkadot was
knocked off at $40,000 to Robert and Joyce Hoffman of Berlin, PA with
Gene Iager contending. Polkadot's fancy Alexander daughter sold for
$7,000 to David King of Coatesville, PA who knows the family well,
having bred PolkadotLot 53 was just scored EX-92 the day before the
sale. This fancy Talent daughter was from a GP-83 Durham and then
an EX Storm and sold for $7,900. Lot 27- Cherrie-Kreek Bonbon-Red-ET
(VG-88), a potential 8th generation EX sold for $6,800 to Kenny Myer
of Elizabethtown, PA. Sired by Advent.
on 166 full lots
Gen & Partners Sale: The top selling animal was Applouis
Jet Stream Alda (VG-85), the #2 GTPI milking Jet Stream daughter.
She is from the Converse Judy family and sold to Air America Dairy,
LLC for $12,000. The second highest seller was Miss Shottle Sidney,
a fancy daughter of Gen-I-Beq Goldwyn Secret (VG-87). This heifer
is a maternal sister to the popular Secure-Red bull. She
was sold $10,100 to Jonathan Pinkerton and Jeff Winton of NJ.
avg on 111 full lots
Cobleskill Dairy Fashions Sale. The sale grossed $227,025
on 127 lots. The high seller of the sale was a 1st Choice out of last
year's sale high seller, Ellbank Cherry Coke-Red-ET, by Advent that
sold for $7500. The pick was consigned by Midas Touch Genetics and
purchased by Jenny Mills of Monanfran Farm.
avg on 105 Holstein lots $1,116 on 11 Jersey Lots
Spring International Holstein Sale High
price of $28,500 on lot 19, 4 others at $22,000, $17,300, $16,000,
and $10,000. 12 more over $5,000 to $9,500.
avg on 93 full lots
Complete Dispersal - high seller was LOT 84 who sold for
$12,000, she is Coldsprings Drake 2779, a Drake 2-year-old who just
scored VG-89 EX-MS last week. She is out of a VG-85 Gerard, then Starbuck
Ada 2E-94 DOM. The buyer was Jay Stoltzfus, Lancaster, PA
avg on 94 lots
Holstein Complete Dispersal - Leroy & Gary Weaver, owners
Co-Managed with Stonehurst Farm -- High price of $2,325
on 130 full lots
Day Special. High price of $6,800, 4 lots sold for over $3,000
on 88 full lots
New York Convention ET Sale was held in conjunction with
the New York All Breeds Event in Utica, NY. Topping the sale was the
consignment from Nate Janssen & AMS Genetics of Wauconda, IL,
a first choice Super from two females due 7/10. The dam is UFM-Dubs
Shari-ET (VG-87 DOM), a Shottle daughter with a GTPI in August of
+2331 and a 2-year-old record of 2-00 3 365 31,440 4.5 1424 3.5 1089.
The next dam is UFM-Dubs Eroy *TV (VG-87 DOM), one of Roy's highest
indexing daughters. Muranda Holsteins was the successful buyer at
$17,000. The second high seller at $15,500 was Lot
25 the first choice Atwood out of Miss Hazel Advent Holly-ET consigned
by Jonathon and Alicia Lamb and purchased by Laurie Beggs, Ogdensburg,
NY. Lot 5 $14,500 first choice Bronco out of Clear-Echo Offroad 1525-ET
consigned by Clear-Echo Farm, Schuylerville, NY and purchased by Select
Sires. Lot 7 sold for $13,000 to Chris and Stephanie George, Freedom,
NY Lot 9 sold for $12,000 to James Genasci, Modesto, CA. Lot 29 sold
for $11,100 to Select Sires Lot 23 sold for $10,200 to Lizmore Dairy,
Arkport, NY. The high selling embryo was Lot 6 at $2,200 to Cowtown
avg on 34 lots
Holiday Sale: featuring Pencroft Holsteins: Topping
the sale at $8800 was lucky Lot 13, Ms Pencroft Durham Hallie-ET,
a VG-89 Durham bred in early December to Goldwyn. Milking 94
pounds on her last test, Hallie is out of a 30,000M Gibson and then
the 2E-93 Eastriver RM Hanzel-ET. Showring potential runs in
the family, as Hallie's maternal sister was the Res. All-American
Jr. 2-Year-Old in 2007. Consigned by Paul & Angie Neer,
Hallie was struck off to Joleanna Holsteins, Unadilla, NY. The
second high seller at $7000 was another consignment from the Neers,
New-Direction BG Fruit-ET, an EX-90 Goldwyn from Woodbine-ND Encore
Flute-ET (2E-91). Fruit made a first lactation record of 2-00
365 28,970 4.5 1320 3.5 1005 and is working on her 3-06 lactation
already with 13,000M 558 and 390F (Inc.). Bred to Alexander
in early November, Fruit has two Excellent sisters by Goldwyn and
Durham and is backed by five generations of VG and EX to Plushanski
Chief Faith (4E-94). Frank Connelly and Lylehaven, East Montpelier,
VT, were the successful bidders. Iowa Holstein breeder Larry
Finch purchased Craggan Goldwyn Stefany, an EX-90 Goldwyn fresh in
October with her second calf. From a GP-82 Millenium dam, the
next five dams are all VG and EX from the Eastriver herd. Stefany
sold for $4700. The sale was co-managed with Stonehurst Farm.
avg on 110 full lots
Attractions III, Paul & Carol Knier, A first choice female
by either Mac, Goldwyn or Alexander due next spring out of Jenny-Lou
Shottle 1893 (VG-87) was the high seller of the sale at $8,500. Shottle
1893 carries a +2009 CTPI and is out of a VG-88 full sister to Toystory
and Lou, and she herself is the full sister to the high-testing genomic
bull, Jenny-Lou Shottle Trump-ET. Second high at $6,900 was a first
choice Aftershock female due in May, 2010 out of Gen-I-Beq Goldwyn
Sofia-ET (VG-87-2YR-CAN). From the prolific Glen Drummond Shower family,
Sofia already has five sons in AI with more being tested. Consigned
by Select Genetics, WI, the choice was purchased by Wendy Zabel, WI.
Castleholm Holsteins of Mondovi, WI consigned the third high seller
- a 3/09 red Advent out of Astrahoe RM Rosa Rae-Lyn-ET (EX-90). Rae-Lyn
has a top record of 59,244M 2500F & 1772P and is a 14th generation
EX from the historic Audrey Posch family. David Rose and Joe Hughes
of Oshkosh, WI paid $6,500 to take home this potential 15th generation
avg on 77 lots
Holsteins Complete Dispersal
- HIGH SELLER:
LOT 1 – $43,000 – Pfaffs Gibson Rally (2E-94) –
Purchased by Aghamora Farm of Greenwich, NY
- 2nd HIGH
SELLER: LOT 64 – $24,000 – Rocklan Durham Pewvey,
a 5/07 Durham X Lylehaven-W BC Petra-ET (EX-92), 3rd Dam El-Dor
Saber Pansy (3E-95 GMD DOM)
- OTHER HIGHLIGHTS:
- LOT 15 –
$18,300 – Ernest-Anthony Fasion, a VG-87 Allegiance X Tri-Koebel
Linjet Fearsome (2E-94), purchased by Blue-Gene Holsteins
- LOT 24 –
$17,000 – Arethusa Sammys Shadow-ET, a VG-87 Jordan X Ernest-Anthony
LL Sammy-ET (2E-95)
- LOT 63 –
$8800 – Woodmansees Ljet Pewter-ET, an EX-93 Linjet X Lylehaven-W
BC Petra-ET (EX-92)
- LOT 83 –
$8800 – Rocklan Brenda-ET, an EX-94 Linjet X Bruneberni
Outside Bambi (3E-94)
- LOT 6 –
$8750 – 9/09 Goldwyn X Pfaffs Gibson Rally (2E-94), Purchased
by Gerald Todd
- LOT 25 –
$8700 – Crackholm Independence-ET, a 2E-92 Skychief X Dreane
Astre Inksou (EX-96,4E-CAN)
- LOT 35 –
$8200 – Rocklan Matag-ET, an EX-93 Astronomical X Ladyholm-R
ML Missy (2E-94)
- LOT 3 –
$7500 – 6/09 Shottle X Pfaffs Gibson Rally (2E-94)
- LOT 81 –
$7500 – A 1/08 Aspen X Conant-Acres Roy Deva (EX-94) Due
in February to Jasper
- LOT 11 –
$7300 – Pintail Point Rudy, a VG-88 September Storm from
the Roxy Family, purchased by Monanfran Farms
- LOT 4 –
$6100 – 6/09 Shottle X Pfaffs Gibson Rally (2E-94)
$4,205 avg on 122 full lots
The Thanksgiving Dairy Classic Sale 105 lots of quality herd reduction
cattle and some special consignments! Featuring the Fearnley Heifer
Dispersal Co-Managed with Stonehurst Farm Inc
third edition of the Ridgedale Farm Sale, hosted by the Conard family,
and this sale ended with an average of $3,356 on 114 lots.
sale at $20,000 was Ridgedale Avaree-ET, an Advent daughter of Ridgedale
Ava-ET (EX-92) who was just fresh on November 2nd. Avaree’s
dam is the well-known tanbark favorite who was most recently 1st
Sr. 3-year-old at the Premier National Junior Show in 2009; a repeat
title as she was the winning fall calf at the 2006 Premier National
Junior Show. Ava was also the HM Jr. All-American Fall Yearling
in 2007. Her dam is Amlaird Lee Amy-ET (2E-92), an own daughter
of Ms Kingstead Chief Adeen-ET (2E-94 DOM). Adam Liddle of Argyle,
NY, purchased this fancy young 2-year-old, while Todd Galton of
Nunda, NY, was contender. The second high seller at $17,500 was
Ridgedale Rasia-Red, a 3/09 Redwood from Ridgedale-T Raichu-Red
(EX-91), the Res. Jr. All-American R&W Sr. 3-Year-Old in 2008.
Raichu was also the Grand Champion of the New York R&W Spring
Youth Show and is a maternal sister to Ridgedale-T Refresh. The
next dam is Ridgedale-T Rehema-Red (2E-93) followed by 7 more VG
and EX dams to Roxy herself.
high selling prices included:
1 Ridgedale Exalt-ET(Durham x Ridgedale Estel 3E-95 x Estelle
3E-95 x Example 3E-95)
3 & Lot 4 – Ridgedale Embrace-ET (9/6/09) and Ridgedale
Empower-ET (9/7/09) – Outside calves x Estel $7,500 and
27 Ridgedale Avaryll-ET (Advent x Ava – full sister to high
35 Ridgedale Avidly (6/21/09 Goldwyn x Ava) $6,000
41 Whitaker Stormatic Adda-ET – Stormatic x La-Foster Astro
Adona-ET EX-90 x Md-Delight Durham Atlee EX-92 DOM $8,200
98 Ridgedale Abigail *RC – Rustler-Red x Ridgedale Amy 2E-91
then 6 more EX dams to Johns Lucky Barb $6,300
$3,356 Avg on 114 lots
The New York Holstein Harvest Sale: Hosted
by the Cornell University Dairy Science Club members and sponsored
by the NY Holstein Association. The top two lots were both purchased
by Dr. Barry England of Pennsyvlania. Lot 7 was a first choice Million
from three females due 12/09. Their dam is Miss Elegant Delight-ET,
a VG-88 Honeycrest Elegant with GTPI +2132. Delight already has eight
brothers in AI and more contracted. Her dam is the well-known Windsor-Manor
Z-Delight-ET, the EX-92 sale topper from the Regancrest Command Performance
Sale at $94,000. Of Z-Delight's closest 10 dams, nine are VG and EX.
The choice was consigned by Oakfield Corners Dairy of Oakfield, NY,
for $27,000. Second high selling lot at $12,500 was a first choice
of two females by Brandt-View Z Earnit CRI-ET due 1/10 or one pregnancy
by Charlesdale Superstition due 6/10 and four implants made 10/09
or seven implants made on 10/09 by Badger Bluff Fanny Freddie-ET…or
MAS. The dam of this extensive assortment of choices was Kings-Ransom
FBI Europe *TL, a VG-88 FBI daughter with GTPI +1937M. The next dam
is Kings-Ransom Pippen Ellie *TV (VG-87). The choice was offered as
a unique high genomic pedigree with no Durham, Shottle, Goldwyn or
O-Man in the mix, and was consigned by Edgar King of Schuylerville,
avg on 118 lots
Bred Heifer Sale - 60 head -
Farm Milking Herd Dispersal. Kevin & Tammy Eastman&
Family, The high price was $3,600 on lot 54, an EX 92 Lee daughter.
A total of 7 lots brought $3,000 or higher
full lots avg $1,835
New York Fall Heifer Sale, Dave Rama auctioneer
am Rhinebeck, NY
The Change of Season Sale, featuring the Cooper Farm Dispersal was
held in Whitney Point, NY.The sale topper was lot 65 Ty-Ly-View Amedeo
Fame-ET EX-93 who brought $13,200. Fame was recently selected as the
Grand Champion Jersey at the Premier National Jr Show in Harrisburg
as well as Grand Champion of the NYS Fair. Other highlights include
Lot 1 Cooper Farm Laser Aspen VG-88 brought $6,000.
College Autumn Review Sale. Averaged
$2,289 on 83 full lots. High price was $5000 for Lot #5, a Dec 2008
Jasper from EX dau of EX 96 Elegance, she was consigned by Todd
Galton and purchased by Scott & Michelle Evans of Norwich, NY.
3 other lots sold for over $4000 and 12 others over $3,000.
lots avg $2,289
Klassic Sale - High
price was $25,500 on 2 lots, with 12 lots selling for over $10,000.
Highlights include: Lot 41 Ernest-Anthony America-ET VG-87 $25,500;Lot
44 – Ernest-Anthony Amora-ET $25,500;
62 Sandy-Valley Shot Aloshi-ET $20,000; Lot 112 – Arethusa
Stormatic Kapri $15,200; ; Lot 98 – Ernest-Anthony Felicia-ET
$10,500; Lot 96 Ernest-Anthony Fashion VG-87 $13,700; Lot 95 Tri-Koebel
Linjet Fearsome 2E-94 $18,500; Lot 106 Luck-E Kartoon EX-94 $13,000;
Holsteins avg $5,527
41 Jerseys avg $3,549
Holsteins Dispersal, Cattle & Equipment. Co-Managed w/Stonehurst
Century Celebration Sale hosted by Tom Gilette & Family. Held
in conjunction with the NY State Holstein Picnic Topping the sale
at $14,000 was ZBW-JP Shottle Lulu-ET a 10/08 Shottle from SRF-ZBW
TS Louana-ET a VG 89 Toystory with over $30,000 in AI & embryo
contracts as a 2 year old. The granddam is Stone-Rise Durham Lizzy
(2E 95) with over 50,000 & HM All-American 125,000 LB Cow in 2007.
Consigned by Kevin & Barb Ziemba and Joe Piskorowski of Aurora,
NY, she was purchased by Calvin Patten of Alexander, NY.Second high
seller was 1st choice of two Million females due in December from
Coyne-Farms Bret Daffers-ET (EX 90). Daffers has several sons in AI
and a CTPI of +1910 and 1504 of fat. The choice was consigned by Coyne
Farms of Avon, NY and purchased for $7,000 by Kings Ransom Farm of
Schuylerville, NY. Third high seller was consigned by the sale host,
Tom & JC Gillette. Kler-Vu Parnell Millie sold due in September
to Million and was working ona 1400 pound fat record at 2-00. Ten
of her 11 closest dams were all scored VG or EX and traced to the
family that produced legendary All-American, Harborcrest Rose Milly
(3E 97). She sold for $6,200 to Joel Hastings, with the Gilette's
retaining an interest in her.
lots avg $2,230
Dairy Classic: The sale featured consignments from Pineland, Juniper
and Briggskill Holsteins.
Topping the event was Juniper Goldwyn Whist-ET, the VG-86 Goldwyn
from Norz-Hill Form Wok-ET (3E-94) with over 230,000M, 8400F and 7000P
lifetime. Whist has a CTPI of +1959, with PTA numbers of +1317M +80F
+42P +3.1PL and +2.99T. She sold in calf to Whitter-Farms Shot Ares,
who has a GTPI of +1981 and +4.16T. Consigned by Juniper Genetics
of Gray, ME, she sold for $5200 to Elvin Reiff of Mt. Joy, PA. The
second high seller at $4300 was another Juniper consignment, Juniper
Jardin Astonish-ET, a 4/08 Jardin daughter from Juniper Outside Ariel-ET
(VG-89, EX-MS), with 3-04 365 31,790 4.4 1387 3.5 1097. The 2nd dam
is Carters-Corner Man Aldi (2E-90 DOM) followed by Neu-Way Patron
Allie-ET (VG-87 GMD DOM) and Neu-Way Aerostar Allie-ET (VG-87 GMD
DOM). Andy Carter of Greenville, IL, purchased the heifer for $4300
avg on 112 full lots
Cherry Kreek/Red Vision Sale II; Paul Yoder & Family High
price of $20,000, total of 18 head at $5,000 or higher! The high selling
live animal at Cherry-Kreek/Red Visions II Sale. Red-Vision Ad Glory-Red-ET
(VG-88, 2y) . Glory was consigned by Blake Hansen from Hudson,IA and
purchased by Chris Lundgren from River Falls, WI. Her dam, Red-Vision
Dory-Red-ET (2E-92) sold next for $10,000. Dory was Res. Grand Champion
of the `05 Grand International R&W Show. Kristoph Yoder of Oakland,
MD is her new owner. She was consigned by Richard Green, Tom Mercuro
and Paul & Naomi Yoder.
on 80 full lots
4 & 5!
notice sale: Frosty Hollow Complete Dispersal: 430 cows, 40 springers
& full line of equipment! 375 milking, 55 dry cows, 40 close springers!
230 1st calf, 115 2nd calf, 85 3rd lactation & up. 300 Of the
finest sire ID heifers to ever sell on June 5th
Lure of Lylehaven. High seller was a 1st Choice Sanchez from
Calbrett Shottle Lisamaree sold to Lylehaven for $30,000. Second high
was Windy-Knoll-View Pamela-ET EX-91 93-MS, selling for $29,000 to
Adam Liddle of Argyle, NY. A total of 17 lots sold for $10,000 or
of $6,705 on 108 full lots
Corners Spring Sensation Sale High
price of $44,200 for Talent dtr of Thrulane James Rose EX 97, 2nd
high is Dundee dtr of Rose, a total of 13 lots sold for $10,000
on 86 full lots
Golden Opportunity. The high seller was Cowtown Durham Luella-ET,
a Durham daughter from the former World Dairy Expo Grand Champion,
Elleeta Skybuck Lucy. Luella sold for $15,200 to Jonathan & Alicia
Lamb of Oakfield Corners Dairy, NY. The second high seller is also
headed to New York, to the home of Jeff & Stacia True of Perry.
Goldcrest Shottle Cutie sold for $11,000, sale average coming.
Lake Effect Holsteins Milking Herd & Bred Heifer Dispersal. Topping
the sale at $5,800 was Lake-Effect BRT Cuteness-ET (VG-85 VG-MS).
Fresh in November she carries 3 A.I. contracts for new owner Keith
Nettekoven, Menasha, WI. Tied at $5,100 was Lake-Effect Goldwn Wondrous
and Lake-Effect Durham Dania. The VG-86 Goldwyn completes 8 generations
of VG or EX. She was purchased by John Mehling of Interlaken, NY.
The EX EX-MS Durham sold due in October to Heather-Home Velvet and
was the purchase of David & Dennis Hottenstein, New Albany, PA.
Holsteins avg $2,705 - 17 Jerseys avg $1635
Valley Farm Complete Dispersal of Cattle & Equipment. A
large crowd attended both days of the auction and prices were strong
both days. 480 cows sold the first day averaged right at $1,350.00
and 364 heifers the next day averaged right at $1,260. Short bred
heifers were selling for $1,700 to $1,900 and heifers ready to breed
or on service ran from $1,375 to $1,500. Cattle sold to several
states including PA, MD, NY, VT, TX, OH, NJ, VA. Equipment selling
on day 2 was well received with major attendance on hand.
cows avg $1350; 364 heifers avg $1260
York Spring International Holstein Sale: Leading
the way at the high bid of $25,000 was Lot 1 - 1st Choice Female from
3 Planet pregnancies due 10/09 from Ste-Pen Shottle Winemall-ET (VG-89
@ 2-09). This exciting young Shottle daughter is #4 on the 4/09 CTPI
list with +2386 and PTA's of +2770M +114F +85P +4.05T. Winemall is
from the same maternal family as Sanchez which includes her dam, Gen-Mark
Oman Winsome (VG-88) who is contracted for embryos and sons to AI.
The next 6 dams are all VG and EX, and include Henkeseen M Hillary-ET
(3E-94 GMD DOM). The choice was consigned by the Winemall Syndicate
that includes Steve & Rachel Vail, Jesse Holmes, Steve & Penny
Bishop and was the purchase of Kristin Cantele of Sands Point, NY.
Lot 6 would be the second high selling lot on the sale at $21,000,
a 1st Choice Female from 10 Sanchez transfers due 11/09 from UFM-DUBS
Sheray-ET (VG-88 EX-MS @ 2-11). Sheray is the #5 CTPI cow of the breed
at +2386 PTA +1571M +100F +58P +4.19. She is a Shottle daughter of
UFM-DUBS Eroy (VG-87 DOM), one of Roy's highest indexing daughters
with multiple sons in AI. The choice will be the pick of Rick VerBeek,
Tunkhannock, PA and was consigned by Stephen Van Tassel of Millbrook,
NY. The third high selling lot of the sale was the high live lot,
Lot 2 - Arethusa Fortune Monterrey-ET. She is the first Fortune daughter
to sell from the two-time Expo Grand Champion, Hillcroft Leader Melanie
(3E-96). Oakfield Corners Dairy of Oakfield, NY was the winning bidder
at $18,000 for this exciting heifer that was consigned by Arethusa
Farm, Litchfield, CT.A total of 20 heifers and cows were also sold
from the MooKown herd, the breeding of Robert "Whitey" McKown
who passed away this past January. Whitey's presence and impact on
the Holstein business in NY and across the world was felt for many
years having been the former Editor of /Holstein World/ and active
enthusiast and breeder of Registered Holsteins. A donation calf was
presented for sale as lot 5, MooKown Pronto R Loren, and was sold
for $15,500 to the Whitey McKown Syndicate and then re-sold for $1,900
to Affiliated Sires (Foundation, Browndale & Taurus). The calf
was then re-donated back to the sale and sold for the final price
of $1,800 to Frank House, Central Square, NY. All money raised from
the sale of this calf will go to the Whitey McKown Fund that will
support two annual awards: the Robert "Whitey" McKown Scholarship
and the Robert "Whitey" McKown Memorial Breeder Award
full lots avg $4,523
Cobleskill Dairy Fashion Sale The high seller was lot 9 -
Ellbank Cherry Coke-Red-ET for $5300. She was consigned by Stuart
Corlew of Ft. Edwards, NY and purchased by David King. She is a VG-88
Jordan daughter of Frogmore Cherry Red (3E-92). Just fresh March 9th,
she looks like she could complete five generations of Excellent cows!
The 2nd high seller was lot 2, Luncrest Shttle Moppet-1225. She is
a September ‘08 Shottle out of Luncrest Durham Moot-989-ET (VG-88)
and goes back to the Mary family from Autumn Ridge. The Lundy Family
of Luncrest sold her for $4200.
of $2,191 on 70 full lots
Farm Milking Herd & Bred Heifer Dispersal. Topping the
sale at $10,100 was lot 7B, the first choice of 4 Shottle females
due June 2009 out of Budjon-JK Jed Excellency, 2E-93, the next dam
is Elegance EX-96. The pick was purchased by Ross Russell of Russell
The high selling live animal was lot 2- Norz-Hill Durham Kelsey-ET
who was purchased by Todd Galton of Nunda, NY for $10,000. Kelsey
is a 1st lactation Durham daughter who was just recently raised to
VG-89. Her dam is Norz-Hill Storm Khaki 3E-93, who also sold for $4200.
Behind Khaki is 6 generations of VG or EX dams.
$1,823 on 251 full lots
Park Farms 17th Red Futures Sale A total of 10 lots sold
for $5000 or more. The high price was $15,100 for Lot 11, Horstyle
Elmpark Moy-RED-ET, a June 08 Mr Burns dtr of Horstyle Marshall Mindy
EX 90, her GTPI is +1887. She was sold by Elm Park Farms and bought
by Cedar Lane Farms, NJ. 2nd high at $14,000 was Lot 2 sold by Golden
Oaks Farms and bought by Elm Park Farms. This was a 1st choice Goldwyn
from Golden Oaks Perk Rae EX 90.
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$3,024 on 92 full lots
Holsteins Complete Dispersal (Owners Nate Goldenberg & Tom Mercuro)
seller $34,000, sale gross $601,500
$6,788 on 87 full lots
Point Complete Dispersal The large crowd that ventured to The Pintail
Point Dispersal in Queenstown, MD, was not disappointed by the quality
herd that were a tribute to owner Louis Schaefer and herd managers
Doug & Joan Seidel. Cattle were sold to seven states and the
volume buyer was Mike Garrow, who selected seven head to join his
herd in Chateaugay, New York. A total of 17 lots sold for $5000
or more. The top selling animal was struck off to Jim High &
Rusty Herr of Oxford, PA. They selected Dirigo-Conant Regan-ET (EX-93
EX-MS) for $20,500. Regan is a 10/03 Silky Cousteau that freshened
in October and is out of one of New England’s high profile
brood cows, Brigeen-C Integrit Robin-ET (2E-95 DOM). Thus, Regan
traces back to Queen of the Breed, Roxy. Roxy’s blood ran
through the second high animal of the sale as well. A fancy 3/08
Baxter daughter commanded the price of $12,500 from Jeff Woods,
Madison, WI. Pintail-Point B Rhonda is a daughter of the Goldwyn,
Pintail-Point R Goldie (VG-87 2y). R Goldie’s dam is an EX
Durham sister to Brigeen Skychief Roxy (EX-93). Woods also added
R Goldie to his ownership for $9,000. Heading Mike Garrow’s
list was the 3rd high animal of the day, Pintail-Point Rudy *RC
(VG-86, 2y), a Sepetmber Storm daughter of the high selling cow
Dirago Conant Regan (EX-93). Rudy sold due 4/27 to Advent for $11,700.
The quest for Red continued as Lee Emerson of Middletown, DE, paid
$11,200 to own Greenlea SS Caress-Red-ET (VG-88, 2y EX-MS). Caress
is due 4/13 to Advent for another run at an All-American R&W
nomination. Her dam is the multi-award winner, Yursden Kite Caramac-Red
$3,457 on 113 lots
Special Sale: The
Valentine Special Sale saw encouraging and realistic prices for the
cattle offered. Young milk cows were steady in the $2,000+ range and
the more choice individuals rose to $3050. The high individual of
the sale was Arethusa Advent Mustang-ET *RC. Due to freshen in June,
this stylish individual is an Advent daughter out of Arethusa Mercedes-SS-ET
(VG-88, 2y) 2-04 365 28,770 4.4 1260 3.1 901. Mercedes is a full sister
to Arethusa SS Melody (EX-91). Their dam is the 3X All-American Hillcroft
Leader Melanie, the 2004 Supreme Champion at World Dairy Expo. She
was consigned by Arethusa Farm of Litchfield, CT and purchased by
James Hoffman of Tumbling Run Holsteins of Tamaqua, PA for $7,600.
Two individuals tied for 2nd high of the sale at $4,200. The consignment
of Edgar King of Schuylerville, NY was a 6/07 Jenny-Lou Marshal with
a PTPI of +1705. Her dam is King-Ransom Stmtc Lilly-ET (EX-92) 4-04
365 41,890 4.0 1669 3.2 1331. The 2nd dam is EX-92 GMD DOM and then
VG-85 GMD and VG-88. She became the property of Corwin Holtz of Dryden,
NY. The other individual bringing $4,200 was Quality Fame Fanci, a
bred heifer by Quality Sky Fame, and out of Quality Leduc Fancy (2E-90
CAN) 6-04 365 27,291 3.4 935 3.3 891. Her 2nd through 4th dams are
EX and the 5th dam is Plushanski Chief Faith (4E-94). She was offered
by Friendship Partners, Strasburg, PA and purchased by Dennis Meyers
of Glenrock, PA.
$2059 on 88 full lots
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finest cows on the farm fetched $1,800.00 to $2,350. Three quartered
cows or blemished cows sold for $850.00 to $1,200.00.
- Bred Heifers:
bred six to nine months ran $1,650.00 to $2,100.00
bred three to six months $1,400.00 to $1,650.00
bred less than three months: Virtually no market at this time.
Ten heifers were sold for average price of under $1,200.00.
bred with sexed semen averaged at least Two Hundred dollars higher
than other heifers bred AI with conventional semen.
Avg $1485 on 1271 head
York Convention ET Sale, held in conjunction with the New York Holstein
the sale was Lot #45, a first choice female sired by Golden-Oaks
St Alexander-TE and from Ste-Pen Shottle Winemall-ET (VG-88) with
a CTPI of +2414. Unofficially the fourth highest CTPI cow in the
breed, Winemall has new PTAs of +2835M +117F +93P +840NM$ +4.03T
and +3.6PL. Winemall is from the same family as Sanchez. Consigned
by Vail, Holmes & Bishop of Delhi, NY, the choice was purchased
for $22,000 by Don Hosking of Hobart, NY. The second high seller
at $15,000 was Lot #7, a first choice England-Ammon Million from
Coyne-Farms Shottle Yup-ET (VG-87). Yup, has new numbers of PTA
+2179M +110F +78P +4.8PL +796NM$ and +2248GTPI. The choice was consigned
by Coyne Farms of Avon, NY, and purchased by Jason Menne, West Union,
on 35 full lots
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Woodbine Farms Complete Herd & Equipment Dispersal, Airville,
price was $10,000 for Woodbine Best Mollie 3-07 EX-92 +1873CTPI 2-02
365 35203 5.4 1895 3.4 1193 purchased by Jere Brubaker, PA. A total
of 15 lots sold for $4000 or higher.
avg on 123 full lots
Holiday Sale. Co-Managed w/Stonehurst Farm
avg on 87 full lots
The 3rd Annual Royal Flush Sale. The sale averaged $11,590 with a
high price of $80,000 for a male and $46,000 female. A total of 21
lots sold for $10,000 or more.
avg on 54 lots
Acres Complete Dispersal (Equipment & Dairy Cattle): 130 head
of outstanding Holsteins & Ayrshires! Owner: Alain Ethier.
NY Holstein Harvest Sale. Hosted and supported by the Cornell
University Dairy Science Club, the sale had a high seller for the
day at $19,000. She was Fly-Higher Goldwyn Fran-ET, a VG-87 2-year-old
consigned by Higher-Ransom Holsteins, and purchased by Todd Galton
of Nunda, NY. The second high seller was the 1st Choice Female from
La-Foster Gibson Allure, whose maternal sister, Miss Atlees Roy Autumn,
was 1st Milking Fall Yearling at the 2008 World Dairy Expo. The choice
was consigned by Ransom Rail Farm and purchased by Daniel & Jerome
Fillion of St. Sebastian, Quebec.
avg on 112 lots
1: Eastern NY Fall Heifer Sale, Rhinebeck, NY.
Misty-Crest Holsteins Dispersal Dennis & David Hottenstein, owners.
price of $6,400 on 2 lots, a total of 9 lots at $4000 or higher.
avg on 95 full lots
Lismore Royal Revue, held at Lismore Dairy in Arkport, NY
had a sale top of $17,500 on Markwell-LB Goldwyn Dulci-ET, a March
‘07 potential 6th generation Excellent Raven who was consigned
by Lismore Dairy, purchased by Ernest Kueffner. The second high seller
at $15,200 was a first choice Shottle due in late February or mid
March from Stone-Rise Durham Lizzy. The pick was consigned by Kevin
and Barb Ziemba and William Brown and purchased by Lismore Dairy.
A total of 21 lots sold for $5,000 or more.
on 99 full lots
New England Convention Sale held at the Goshen Fairgrounds. High
price was $9,100 for a June 2008 Fradon Jet-RED from Arethusa Mercedes
SS-ET RC VG 88 the Sept Storm dtr of EX 96 Hillcroft Leader Melanie,
she was purchased by Frank Behling of Fox Lake, WI. A total of 17
lots sold for $4,000 or more
on 89 full lots
NY Holstein Fall Heifer Sale. Co-Managed with New York Holstein Association.
Promise Haven Dispersal, High
seller at $6,000 with 11 total lots selling for $4,000 or higher.
on 97 full lots
Quality Farms Select Sale.
Cattle sold to buyers in seven American states, two Canadian provinces
and Germany.Headlining the sale and sparking the top bid of $60,000
was Quality Bolton Flafsco, the October 2007 “Bolton”
heifer calf from the highly acclaimed Quality B C Frantisco (Ex-96-2E-5*),
the five-time All-Canadian and two-time Royal Winter Fair grand champion.
This exceptional calf was purchased by Barclay Phoenix, Uxbridge,
Ont., Eric Salonen, Baden, Ont., and Dave Rama, Delhi, N.Y., with
Quality Farms retaining an interest as well. Frantisco, who is sired
by “Charles” and is a granddaughter of the noted Plushanski
Valiant Fran ET (Ex-90-USA-DOM-35*), has records to 34,744 lbs. milk,
5.8% fat, 3.3% protein (292-457-294). Another
member of the Fran family, Quality Fabulous Fiona, sold for $30,500
to Fraeland Farms, Fergus, Ont., with Quality Farms remaining a partner
in her. This fancy 3-year-old Quality Fabulous (Ex-93) daughter had
just freshened on August 18th and is from a Good Plus-83 “Sky
on 106 lots
26th annual Morrisville College Autum Review Sale Topping
the sale was choice of a Dundee or Shottle female from Budjon-JK Gibson
Enchant-ET (EX-90), a Gibson out of Elegance. Ziems Farms & Kenton
and Barbara Patchen, Aurora, NY, were the sellers with Todd Galton,
Nunda, NY, the buyer at $9,100. Galton also selected the second-high
seller at $9,000, first choice Jasper female due in March from Lamport
Polly Durham (EX-92) consigned by Conant Acres, Inc., Canton, ME.
on 98 full lots
Hot August Night at Wormont Holsteins" -
A large crowd gathered at Chuck & Vanessa Worden's farm in Cassville,
NY Saturday for the New York State Holstein Picnic followed by the
head sold for over $10,000, a total of 29 lots sold for $5000 or higher!
Shottle daughters garnered the top 3 prices of the night! The high
seller of the evening was lot 1 - Clear-Echo Shottle 1373-ET, a powerful
2-year-old selling with A.I. contracts. She sold for $18,000 to Burnell
Nolt of PA and was consigned by Kevin Peck of Clear-Echo Farm, Schuylerville,
NY. Bringing $14,200 was Windswept Space Shottle, fresh 3 months.
She was consigned by W. Vernon McClure of Hobart, NY and purchased
by Conant Acres of Canton, ME. A Fall Calf from the same family as
Shoremar S Alicia EX-97 was the third high seller at $13,000. She
was Larkindale-R Shttle Anna-ET, consigned by Ridgedale Farm &
Paul Larkin, Sharon Spring, NY, and purchased by Tom & Nancy Murray
of Waterloo, NY.
of $5,141 on 86 full lots
Glamour at Arethusa! High
price of $1,000,000 for KHW Regiment Apple-RED selling to Apple
Partners, LLC - Tom Schmitt, IA; Tim Rauen, IA; John Erbsen, IA;
Mike Deaver, WI; & George Kasbergen, IL 13 lots sold for over
Gross: $5,264,500, # of Lots: 54 Approximately
700 people in attendance. Cattle went to... Countries: Spain, United
Kingdom, Canada, Ireland & United States: IA, CT, CA, IL, OH,
MD, NY, WI, DE & OK; Provinces: British Columbia, Saskatchewan,
Ontario & Quebec
Avg of $97,490 on 54 lots
Crown Reunion Sale 2nd Edition- The Hon. Mention Grand
Champion of the 2008 New York International Spring Show was struck
off to Joleanna Holsteins LLC, Unadilla, NY and Todd Galton, Nunda,
NY, for $59,000. Richardo Dundee Dawnette (VG-87, 2y, CAN) was consigned
by Adam & Sara Hodgins, Kincardine, ON, Canada. The second high
price of the sale was Welcome Mac Princess-ET. This 9/07 Regancrest-HHF
Mac-ET is out of Welcome Goldwyn Penya (VG-88, EX-MS, 2y) who has
over $100,000 in embryo and AI contracts and has a PTA of +1513M
+70F +55P. The next three dams are all VG and have sent sons to
AI. She was consigned by Ron Thomas, Don Yoder & Joe Shank of
Warner Robbins, GA, and purchased by Don Yoder, East Dublin, GA.
$9,272 avg on 62 full lots
York Spring Heifer Sale, held at the Broome County Fairgrounds
was topped with a price of $54,500 on Liddleholm-R Shottle, a 7/07
Picston Shottle from Miss Ridgedale Rhonda-ET (2E-92). Rhonda is a
Skychief daughter of Hanover-Hill-R Rhonda-ET (4E-94 GMD-DOM). R Shottle’s
dam is a 6th generation EX from the “Roxy” family. John
Emerling, Kings Ransom, Cook Farm and Married Well Holsteins. Her
3/31/07 Advent maternal sister brought $45,000 and was purchased by
Bob Spears. Third high at $42,500 was the Comestar Lee, Liddleholm
Emerald-ET (EX-92) a 5th generation EX and an 8th generation VG or
EX from the Ridgdale Fond Example (3E-95) family bought by Robert
& Joyce Hoffman of Berlin, PA, 4th high at $40,000 was Ridgedale-T
Roxy Royale (EX-90). A Shoremar James daughter and a maternal sister
to the 1st and 2nd high animal in the sale. Consigned by Liddle and
Ridgedale and bought by David King, Waddington, NY. 27 head brought
five figure prices. The sale grossed $1,200,975.
avg on 154 full lots
County Holstein Spring Sale
Coast Breeders Sale High
seller at $28,500 was Spruce-Edge Outside Tana (EX-92, EX-95-MS, 3y)
is out of the 2007 PA Spring Show Grand Champion Spruce-Edge Storm
Tansy (2E-94). She was from the Pencroft herd and owned by Pencroft
& breeders Mike & Jill Ammon Belleville, PA. and purchased
by Sherry Siemers-Peterman. Headed to Mansfield, IL, and the home
of George Kasbergen, was the 2nd high of the sale at $16,500. Cocalico
Lee Shae-TW (EX-90) with 2-02 365 26,821 3.8 1031 3.0 809 is due back
for an 11/3 calving to Stormatic. Pencroft shared the ownership of
this consignment with Richard Green, Middletown, DE. Bremer Kite Surprise-Red
(EX-90) was struck off for $16,200 and Pencroft claimed sole ownership
in buying out partner Sandy-Frey-Thomas. Surprise had headed the Sr.
3-year-old class at the `07 PA Spring Show. Her dam is a VG Rubens
followed by 3E-92 GMD maternal sister to the 3E-96 GMD DOM “Blackrose”.
Two other animals sold for $15,000 or more.
on 105 lots
Farm Select Milking Herd Sale.
NY Spring Holstein Sale, held in conjunction with the NY Spring All-Breeds
Dairy Shows. It
was one of the most successful sales in its history to total a gross
of $744,475. Ernest-Anthony Adeline-ET brought the highest price at
$60,000. She was consigned by Ernest Kueffner of Boonsboro, MD, and
struck off to the partnership of Corey Wolff, Dave Rama & Ernest
Kueffner, Litchfield, CT. Adeline is a Braedale Goldwyn daughter out
of EK-Oseeana Ambrosia-ET (EX-92) with 2-03 2x 365 34,290 5.0 1717
3.3 1145. Ambrosia’s All-American credits include Res. 4-Year-Old
`07, Res. Jr. 2-Year-Old `05 and HM Jr. 3-Year-Old `06. The 2nd dam
is the well known and multi-title holder, Tri-Day Ashlyn-ET (2E-96,
GMD-DOM). An Emerald-Acr-Sa T-Baxter daughter, with a PTPI of +1813,
reached the sale price of $30,500 to become the 2nd highest selling
animal. Welcome Baxter Peta is a daughter of Welcome Goldwyn Penya
(VG-88, EX-MS, 2y) This Goldwyn dam carries over $100,000 in embryo
and AI contracts. The 2nd dam has 6 sons in AI and embryos exported.
She was the consignment of Welcome Stock Farm, Schuylerville, NY,
and purchased by Fred Lang of Marathon, WI. The sale was sponsored
by the NY Holstein Association.
lots averaged $7,081
Notice Sale: Montagne
Farm Complete Dairy Dispersal --
Dairy Fashion Sale, SUNY Cobleskill 5 lots sold for $6000 or more.
was a 1st Choice Female x Luncrest BWM Mischief 883 purchased for
$12,000 by Fly Quietly Holsteins, Valley Falls, NY
consigned by William & Regina Lundy, Granville, NY
lots avg $3220
Park Red Futures Sale - Held at the Cow Palace
Farm Complete Dispersal. High price was $9,800 with a total of 19
lots at $4,000 or higher! Eight lots hit the $5000 mark and
nineteen sold for over $4000. A tribute to the tremendous respect
for this family, all cattle sold stayed in either Pennsylvania or
New York. A presale barn favorite topped the event at $9800 to the
final bid of Duane and Ellen Andrews of Gillett, PA. Springcroft Rubens
Maureen. Her December heifer, sired by Outside, sold for $3000 to
Gavin and Karen Watson of Columbia Crossroads, PA. Maureen’s
dam was a VG-86 Springcroft Integ Hanson (Integrity x Springcroft
Skybuck Hei EX-91). Opening the sale with a ½ lot, a rare occurrence
for the Cattle Exchange Sales organization, was the day old Aspen
calf of the second high seller of the day. Springcroft Durham Sweetz
VG-87 followed her potential spring show calf on the auction block.
Nathan Wesneski, Roaring Branch, PA, purchased Sweetz for $7400. Her
dam was a VG-88 Linjet, followed by a Skybuck 2nd dam. Sweetz’s
Aspen daughter was purchased on the bid of Robert Brown of Rome, PA
3rd and 4th high sellers were both descendants of the “K”
family which represented one of the most dominant cow families at
Springcroft. The highest scoring Springcroft cow to cross the shavings,
Springcroft Durham Karlyn 2E-93, brought $7200 on the bid of Richard
and Colleen Shaffer, Wyalusing, PA.
Springcroft Roylane Kristin, Karlyn’s short bred Roylane Jordan
daughter, found a new home in Eastern New York. Albert and Judy Buckbee,
Warwick, NY purchased this October 2006 heifer bred to Talent for
A fancy 2nd calf Outside daughter sold for $5800 on the bid of Gavin
and Karen Watson. Springcroft Outside Cara’s dam was a 2E-92
Marvelous daughter with fat records to 1445F.
full lots avg $3,268
Holsteins Complete Dispersal
Holsteins Complete Dispersal
full lots avg $3,949
Special Sale - The
sale featured the dispersal of the Norkval Registered Holstein herd
from New Albany, PA. The seven time PBR herd with a BAA of 109 represented
60 years of breeding for the Kisner and Norconk families. High seller
for Norkval was a VG-88, proven red carrier Red Marker daughter, Norkval
Redmarker Linny. Due in May to Advent, she finished a 4-10 record
of 33,220M and hails from a 3E-91 200,000M Supreme dam. A northern
PA breeder, Scarlet Summer Holsteins from Muncy, purchased Linny for
$4350. 38 Norkval cattle crossed the shavings at the Sweetheart Sale
for an average price of $2560.
High overall seller of the day was a powerful framed Allen bred heifer
whose third dam is none other than A Tora Triple Threat Lulu EX-96.
Due to freshen in June to the service of Goldwyn, Bellton C B A Star
Lee III was the consignment of Friendship Partners of Strasburg. The
gavel struck on this potential fifth generation Excellent for $10,300
on the bid of Todd Lohr of Hooversville, PA.
full lots avg $2,938
NY Convention ET Sale. Topping the sale was a first choice Advent
from Markwell SS Ruby-Red-E, a Red Sept. Storm from the Ravens. Consigned
by Andy Merry of Arkport, the choice sold for $16,500 to Long-Brook
Farm, the Sherwood family, of Meshoppen, PA. Other high selling prices
included $11,600 for a first choice by mutually agreeable sire from
Coyne-Farms Bret Daffers-ET *CV (EX-90), a heavily contracted Bret
daughter from Coyne-Farms Rudolph Daffy (EX-90, GMD-DOM). Consigned
by Coyne Farms of Avon, NY, the choice was purchased by Barry England,
PA. Andy Merry consigned another high seller, a first choice Sept
Storm from Ernest-Anthony SC Vivian (2E-96) which was purchased by
Tim Harkenrider for $15,200. And Alicia Lamb consigned a first choice
Goldwyn from Arethusa Aspen Marilyn-ET (next dam is Hillcroft Leader
Melanie), which sold for $10,500 to Adam Liddle.
lots averaged $7,351
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