Ohio fall Holstein sale averages $2,496


WOOSTER, Ohio — The Ohio Multi-Breed Fall Sale was held Nov. 21 at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster, Ohio.

Top seller

The sale began with the Holsteins and first into the ring was Lot # 1 Pine-Tree 1610 SPRI 6749-ET, a June 11, 2015 calf consigned by Matthew Steiner, Marshallville, Ohio.

With a genomic value of +2603, she was sired by Westenrade AltaSpring. Her dam was by Supersire, classified Very Good 87 at two years, has sons in AI, and traces back in her pedigree to Chief Adeen. She sold for $7,200 to Sand Creek Dairy, Hastings, Michigan.

Selling for $5,500 was Lot # 2 Pine-Tree 5611 Bomb, a flush age yearling sired by Richmond-FD EL Bombero-ET, from a Very Good 85 two year old dam sired by Massey and from nine generations of Excellent and Very Good Dams. She was also purchased by Sand Creek Dairy and consigned by Matthew Steiner.

Lot # 5 Oakfield Atwood Tonya, a June 11, 2015 calf sold for $4,700 to Greg Cornish, North Fairfield, Ohio and was consigned by Jonathan and Alicia Lamb, Oakfield, New York. Sired by Maple Downs-I G W Atwood, her dam is an Excellent 94 Damion with outstanding production, test, protein and with several Excellents in her pedigree.

Sale average

The sale averaged $2,496 on 70 live lots. Calves averaged $ 2,812, cows $2,408, and bred heifers $2,290.


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