Siemers Holsteins has an Exciting Classification

Siemers Holsteins has an Exciting Classification   Siemers Holsteins has recently classified with some exciting results. 21 new Excellent cows and 52 new VG-2YR olds were scored. Below are some more highlights: Exciting Excellents: SIEMERS MERIDIAN BOMBI-ET EX-93 @4-11 (Meridian x EX-94 Shottle Bombi) SIEMERS DMAN FROSTLANE-ET EX-90 (Doorman x EX-94 Atwood x EX-97 Harvue Roy Frosty) +3.88T Byway Daughter in our flush program SIEMERS OLYN APPLELINI-ET EX-90 (Olympian x EX-91 Siemers Mogul Apple-Star x EX Shottle) Brothers in AI: Agent-Red, Apple-Crisp *RC, Army *RC, Overwing *RC Exciting 2-YR Olds:

Wisconsin Holstein to host Halloween Harvest Sale in Fond du Lac

Wisconsin Holstein to host Halloween Harvest Sale in Fond du Lac Baraboo, Wis. – October 17, 2017 – The Wisconsin Holstein Association will hold the Halloween Harvest Sale on Tuesday, October 31 at 11:00 a.m. at the Great Northern Sales Arena in Fond du Lac, Wis. Over 75 outstanding lots will sell from Registered Holstein breeders across the state of Wisconsin. This sale will feature something for everyone – from fancy calves, to springing heifers and some outstanding young cows. Bidding will be available online through cowbuyer.com, and interested parties should

Wisconsin Holstein Seeks Communications Associate

Wisconsin Holstein Seeks Communications Associate Baraboo, WI – September 22, 2017 – Wisconsin Holstein seeks an energetic, creative marketing and communications professional to join our team as a Communications Associate. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated with excellent written and verbal communication skills, have experience in event planning, and a desire to mentor the WHA Junior Holstein program. Qualified candidates will be expected to assume these responsibilities: Create and lead an effective communications strategy to develop the WI Holstein brand and implement creative marketing and communication tools Develop and manage

Wisconsin Holstein 31st Annual Futurity Show

Wisconsin Holstein 31st Annual Futurity Show Baraboo, WI – August 14, 2017 – Twelve bovine beauties graced the shavings at the Wisconsin State Fair Park on Saturday, August 12th to compete for the title of first place in the 31st Annual Wisconsin Holstein Futurity. Judging this prestigious event was Jerome Meyer of Sun Prairie, Wis. In this nontraditional show, the animals are entered three years prior to the show and only the best of the entries compete for the coveted title. This year the prestigious title was captured by Ryan-Vu

 Gildale Holsteins to Host WHA State Picnic September 17

 Gildale Holsteins to Host WHA State Picnic September 17   BARABOO, Wi. – Aug 2, 2017… The Wisconsin Holstein Association is excited to announce that the Erik and Brenda Gilbertson family from Gildale Holsteins will host the annual WHA State Picnic September 17.   The event kicks off with the Blue Ribbon MILK 5K / 1-mile walk around the Gildale Farm at 9:00 a.m. Other planned activities include a judging contest, cow train rides, keynote speaker, live music and program as well as a steak lunch cooked by the Iowa

Wisconsin Holstein to Host 31st Annual Futurity Show

Wisconsin Holstein to Host 31st Annual Futurity Show   Baraboo, WI – July 28th, 2017 – The Wisconsin Holstein Association would like to invite everyone to attend the 31st annual Futurity Show on August 12th at 6:00pm in the Case IH Coliseum at the Wisconsin State Fair Park in West Allis, Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Holstein Futurity is a non-traditional cattle show, where the exhibitors enter their animals three years prior to the show in hopes of raising a high-quality show cow. It is a prestigious show where only the best

Wisconsin Holstein Association Awards Scholarships to Members

Wisconsin Holstein Association Awards Scholarships to Members BARABOO, Wis. – May 30, 2017… The Wisconsin Holstein Association is proud to award nearly $14,000 in scholarships to 15 youth in 2017. Scholarships were awarded to members studying in agriculture or related fields at a two-year or four-year University. These outstanding members will receive their scholarships at the 2018 Wisconsin Junior Holstein Convention, to be held in Stevens Point. Amanda Gehrke of Arpin, will receive the $1,000 Gordon Berg Memorial Scholarship. Gordon was a long-time Wisconsin Holstein member and breeder from Brownsville. This

Styer and Seiler named Summer Interns

Styer and Seiler named Summer Interns Baraboo, Wis. – May 26, 2017… The Wisconsin Holstein Association is pleased to announce Krista Styer of Menomonie and Jill Seiler of Valley Center, Kansas, as our 2017 summer interns. Krista and Jill will be based out of the office in Baraboo, Wisconsin. During the summer, Krista and Jill will serve in public relations and communications roles. Krista’s main responsibility will be the planning and coordination of the 2017 WHA Futurity in West Allis, while Jill will aid with transition to a new website,

Friday, March 31 / Quest for Success Sale Posts, Genomic Updates, Catalog, Added Lots, Updates, and Videos

Please join us on March 31, 2017 for the third edition of the Quest for Success III sale. The sale will be hosted again at Bella-View Holsteins in Marion, WI! Ryan-Vu and Bella-View Holsteins will offer their best, along with top notch consignments. SALE WEBSITE – www.questforsuccessiii.com Click Here for Sale Updates Click Here for Added Lots Click Here for Genomic Updates  

Wisconsin Holstein Scholarship Applications Due March 1

 BARABOO, WI – February 3, 2017 — The Wisconsin Holstein Association is seeking students enrolled in a four-year, one or two-year or short course or technical school ag-related program to apply for available scholarships that range from $250 to $1000. All Wisconsin Holstein members are encouraged to apply for scholarships. Students majoring in agricultural degrees are given highest consideration, and non-agricultural majors that plan to have a career that contributes to rural communities also will be given consideration. The Gordon Berg and Marlowe Nelson Memorial Scholarships will be awarded to students enrolled in