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2017 Red Wave Sale Results

2017 Red Wave Sale Results October 13, 2017 Fresno State University Livestock Arena, Fresno, CA Sale Managed By Fresno State University Dairy Department & Dairy Club   Lot 4 $5,100 Hoek-Way Doorman Megan 1077 Born: November 15, 2013 Breed: Holstein Sire: Val-Bisson Doorman-ET Dam: Genie-J Shamrock Mollie-ET Consignor: Brian Waymire & Theresa Machado-Waymire, Visalia, CA   Lot 31 $4,650 Avonlea CF Getaway Sharpay-ET Born: March 3, 2017 Breed: Jersey Sire: Rapid Bay Getaway-ET Dam: Shantals CGar Shiloh-ET Consignor: Natalie Sanders, Hilmar, CA Lot 63 $2,600 TopDiMark Cadence Fable Born: July 1, 2017 Breed: Brown Swiss Sire: Shiloh

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The Central Valley Jersey Breeders’ Field Day & Merced County Black and White Show

The Central Valley Jersey Breeders’ Field Day The Central Valley Jersey Breeders’ Field Day The Central Valley Jersey Breeders’ Field Day Dr. Nell taught kids different fair time ailments, such as diseases and fungi, and how to treat them. Group 3 Group 2 Group 1 Group 4   Group 3 Group 6 Group 7 Group 8 Group 9  After learning about how to show dairy cattle, the kids then got an opportunity to judge the adults that taught them how to show. The judge for the Merced County Black and White

Invest in Your Future Youth Workshop & Tag Sale

What a gorgeous, sunny day it was today in California! Today in Modesto at 9 am, kids started their day by attending the Invest in Your Future Youth Workshop. The workshop had 6 speakers focusing on all aspects of showing, and over 175 kids attending. Evan Creek, from Maryland, and Joe Hoffman, from Southern California, taught kids the fine points of clipping a dairy heifer. Ryan Matheron, from Hilmar, California, taught kids what judges are looking for when they judge a dairy animal. Cole Bettencourt, from Turlock, California, taught what

2017 World Ag Expo

World Ag Expo is celebrating 50 years of being a market place and a celebration of all things agriculture. Where dealers, producers and sellers can converse, invent and innovate new ideas in agriculture. The World Ag Expo began in 1968, and attracted 157 exhibitors and 28,000 visitors. By the second year, the show doubled in both visitors and exhibitors. Originally named “Tulare’s Field and Row Crop Equipment Show” its name was soon changed in 1969 to “California Farm Equipment Show”. In 1972, the very first foreign manufactures began displaying their products