Will NAILE Jersey shows top last year’s?


REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio — The 60th All American Jersey Show & Sale returns Nov. 3-5 to the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Ky.

Premiums totaling $45,125 will be offered for three shows.

Last year’s All American assembled nearly 600 Jerseys under one roof, making it the largest single-site exhibition of Jerseys in the United States and the world for 2011.

Three shows

The All American Junior Jersey Show is scheduled Nov. 3. Chris Lahmers, Marysville, Ohio, will judge with assistant Sean Johnson, Glenville, Pa.

This is one of the richest junior shows in the world, with $9,625 in premiums offered for 2012, plus an additional $5,000 in exhibitor support provided by the American Jersey Cattle Association.

The 59th National Jersey Jug Futurity Nov. 4 will award premiums estimated at $10,000. It will be judged by Dean Dohle, Half Way, Mo., assisted by Thomas “Moss” McCauley, Lowell, Mich.

The open division of The All American Jersey Show is Nov. 5 and will be judged by Kevin Lutz, Lincolnton, N.C., assisted by Kevin Williams, McConnelsville, Ohio.

The shows will be streamed live from Freedom Hall via webcast.

In the sale ring. Two sales, both managed by Jersey Marketing Service, will also be held in Louisville.

The 60th All American Jersey Sale will offer 62 lots Nov. 4. The sale includes 30 females with A.I. contract interest and female offspring of two living Excellent-97% cows, the four-time All American KCJF Regency Treasure and two-time National Grand Champion Pleasant Nook F Prize Circus.

The 55th Pot O’Gold Sale Nov. 3 will feature 35 genomic-evaluated heifers that can only be purchased by youth between 7 and 20.

Both sales will be broadcast live with online bidding capabilities by Jersey Auction Live.

All events will be held at the Kentucky Exposition Center.

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