CARROLLTON, Ohio – One of the longest-running purebred dairy cattle sales in the country will take place in Carroll County for the 33rd annual Daffodil Dairy Sale March 27.
The sale will kick off at 7:30 p.m. in the metal barn on the Carroll County Fairgrounds.
According to Mike Hogan, Ohio State University Extension educator for Carroll and Harrison counties, the Daffodil Dairy Sale Committee has selected nearly 70 head of Holsteins, Jerseys, Brown Swiss, and Red and Whites.
The sale will include cows in milk, heifers, fancy calves, service age bulls and some embryos. Both purebred and identified grade animals will be offered for sale.
Serving as auctioneer will be Steve Andrews of Wooster, who will be assisted by Mike Schmuck of Louisville. Ringmen for the sale will be Lennie Milano of Minerva, Rusty Kiko of Salem and Randall Kiko of Salem.
Youth 9 to 19 will have the opportunity to win several $300 vouchers in a drawing to be held immediately prior to the sale. Winners may use the vouchers to purchase an animal.
Sale catalogs are available at the Carroll County Extension office and are also available online at www.daffodildairysale.com.
For more information, contact the Carroll County office of OSU Extension at 330-627-4310.
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