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HOLSTEIN NEWS Official Publication of the Ohio Holstein Association
Volume 90 Number 3 MAY/JUNE 2018
Published 5 times per year in February, April, June, October and December by the OHIO HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION P.O. Box 479, Wooster, OH 44691 www.ohioholstein.com Subscription price in the U.S. is $30.00 per year ($10 per year for Junior Members). The NEWS subscription list is filed geographically by town and state. When you change your address, please be sure to give us your old address as well as the new one. Advertising rates available upon request. News and advertising forms close one month preceding date of issue. Address all mail to the: OHIO NEWS P.O. Box 479 • Wooster, OH 44691 330-264-9088 • Fax 330-263-1653 Email [email protected] Send UPS or Fed Ex to 1375 Heyl Rd., Wooster, OH 44691 OFFICE STAFF Executive Director.......................................Tom Thorbahn cell 419-366-8135 [email protected] Office Secretary...............................................Diana Miley [email protected] Director, Marketing & Member Services. . David Gunkelman cell 330-464-3259 [email protected] Editor.............................................................Melissa Hart cell 517-398-1957 [email protected] Webmaster......................................................Peter Spike [email protected] OFFICERS President: Paul Haskins, Butler....................419-618-4028 Vice President: William Indoe, Lodi.............330-608-9770 Secretary: Ethan Steiner, Marshallville........330-466-8961 Treasurer: Lisa Mangun, Burbank................330-435-6520 EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS Randall Kiko, Salem - Past President...........330-831-0174 Scott Sprunger, Dalton................................330-465-0622 Ryan Welch, Polk.........................................419-651-5281 NATIONAL DIRECTOR Steve Moff, Columbiana .............................330-482-9018 BOARD MEMBERS Dist. 1 Gary Kibler, Warren...........................330-770-8014 Dist. 2 Rod Campbell, Minerva....................330-862-2028 Distr. 3 Steve Specht, Dover.........................330-343-1158 Dist. 4 Jen Bouton, Mt. Vernon....................740-507-8271 Dist. 5 Dallas Rynd, Ashville........................740-207-5005 Dist. 7 Scott Sprunger, Dalton.....................330-465-0622 Dist. 7 Joe Miley, West Salem......................330-263-7814 Dist. 8 Ryan Welch, Polk..............................419-651-5281 Dist. 9 Joe Cole, Bloomville..........................740-396-0454 Dist. 10 Dan Morlock, Pemberville..............419-265-5771 Dist. 11 Kristy Ackley, East Liberty...............937-666-5502 Dist. 12 Kurt Topp, New Breman..................330-464-4960 Dist. 13 Open Dist. 14 Eric Topp, Wapakoneta....................419-953-3427 Dist. 15 Donald Bickel, New Vienna.............937-218-2697 Postmaster: Send address changes to: Ohio News, P.O. Box 479, Wooster, OH 44691
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The Board of Directors of the Ohio Holstein Association has adopted the following: “The Mission of the Ohio Holstein Association is to provide services and programs to its members and young people so that they might attain a better living from their involvement with Holsteins.”
Contents A Message From the Executive Director Tom Thorbahn................................................................5 A Message From the President Paul Haskins......................................................................................6 Challenges Become Changes............................................................................................................... 10 Holstein Grapevine................................................................................................................................... 14 BarbWire, Hurrah for Holstein’s Hollywood by Barb Lumley........................................................ 15 Ohio Holstein Women............................................................................................................................. 16 In Memoriam.............................................................................................................................................. 17 On the National Front.............................................................................................................................. 18 Springhill Encore Sale Report............................................................................................................... 20 Silvermist Sale Report.............................................................................................................................. 26 OHA 2018-19 Committees..................................................................................................................... 34 Calendar of Events.................................................................................................................................... 36 National Holstein Marketing Buzz....................................................................................................... 36 OHA Membership Directory............................................................................................................ 38-46 OHA Jr. Membership Directory....................................................................................................... 47-50 Index to Advertisers................................................................................................................................. 53
Just For The Juniors The Queen’s Corner, by Allison McCumons..................................................................................... 12 Junior News Update, by Maggie Mathews...................................................................................... 13
On The Cover
A birdseye view of Plainfield Farms graces the cover of this year’s Membership issue. Don and Danette Simpson (D-3) make their home in Belmont, nestled down in the southeast corner of Ohio. Beautiful countryside like this can be found from corner to corner in Buckeye country and we thank Simpson Aerial Imaging for capturing miles and miles of Ohio farm scenery. Also in this issue is the Midwest Holsteins where you will find the National Holstein Convention Souvenir Book and the OHA Membership list. We say a special thanks to Kalmbach feeds for their constant support and for sponsoring this membership issue!
From the Executive Director By Tom Thorbahn Well Spring has finally arrived in North Central Ohio, it sure took a long time to arrive. With the warmer weather we all look forward to getting in the fields. As I write this column we are still waiting for fields to dry, hopefully many of you have been able to start your spring work. The National Convention is fast approaching, it is June 29 to July 3 in Traverse City, Michigan. The Ohio delegates are Joe Miley, Bill Indoe, Paul Haskins, Randall Kiko, Matthew Steiner, and Ryan Welch. If you have concerns on the national level, let these men know. They are your voice at the Annual Meeting. We have a number of juniors who will be attending the National Convention, most of them are entered in the various junior contests. Good luck to all the Ohio juniors, they will represent Ohio well. Hopefully some of you are considering attending the Convention in Michigan. It is a great opportunity to see some great herds, meet with the staff and directors of Holstein USA, and visit with Holstein breeders from across the US. The folks from Michigan have worked long hours to prepare this convention. We wish them all the best. As summer begins so do our district shows, along with county fairs. These are great opportunities to get together with other Holstein folks. Whether you’re an exhibitor or spectator enjoy the fellowship of getting together with fellow breeders. Don’t forget the Ohio Star Fair entries are due in mid-June. Check out the Ohio Star Fair website for your entries. Have a safe and enjoyable summer.
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A Message From The President By Paul Haskins
I am excited and pleased that the Ohio Holstein Association has joined forces with neighboring state associations to participate in the Midwest Holsteins consortium, a special advertising section simultaneously published in four other state magazines, one of which is Michigan’s souvenir National Holstein Convention booklet. Much like our participation in Cow Nation last year, this should be a win-win for everyone—more exposure for our advertisers, and more great Holsteins for our readers to enjoy! To our newfound readers from the convention and Midwest Holsteins, thanks for allowing us to participate, and welcome to the Buckeye State! Congratulations to Michigan for hosting this year’s national convention. Actually, the first national convention I ever went to was also hosted by Michigan at the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel in Grand Rapids. It was a little fancier hotel than I was used to; most of my traveling accommodations experience to that point was the many Red Roof Inns
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and “all you can eat” Pizza Hut buffets that judging coach Pete Spike would take us to. One of the miscellaneous extravagant things that I remember is the Amway Grand Plaza hotel logo stamped into the sand in the ashtrays just outside the elevators. Oh, how times have changed; I can’t remember the last time that I saw ashtrays inside of a hotel! It was also the first time that I met New Yorker, Bill Peck, Sr. (of Welcome Stock fame) who needed a ride from the convention sale back to the hotel. Very genuine and interesting fellow with an outstanding breeding program whom I’ve enjoyed conversing with at various industry events ever since. I hope that many of our members will take advantage of the proximity of this year’s convention to enjoy it, make new friends and contacts and get a flavor of what’s to come—we need to plan and prepare to host a great 2021 national convention! Please let us know if you are willing to help us out or be ready to jump in if called upon by convention co-chairs Tom Thorbahn and Julie Renner. Best wishes for a safe summer of fieldwork, and good luck to all exhibitors at our local, state, and national shows! Paul Haskins 419-618-4028 • [email protected]
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Challenges Bring Changes
By Melissa Hart When tragedy strikes it brings out the best in people and Jeff and Rebecca Winkler experienced that firsthand during the Fall of 2016 when Jeff fell and broke his neck. “I told Jeff ’s mom as the ambulance was leaving, this could change our entire future,” explained Rebecca. The Winkler dairy farm began with Jeff ’s parents, Jim and Joan Winkler, when Jim came home from serving in Vietnam in 1974 and bought 40 Holsteins. The next 43 years brought internal herd growth and several building projects. Today, Jeff and Rebecca, with his father Jim and brother Jerrod, farm nearly 1000 acres and milk 368 Holsteins with an RHA of 27,657 pounds of milk, 1,087 pounds of fat and 825 pounds of protein. On October 2, 2016, they arrived at the hospital and Rebecca recalls she was scared into reality when the doctors told her they don’t see his injury often because most patients die before they reach the hospital. “That was a real eye opener,” Rebecca commented. With surgery, 14 days in intensive care and three weeks in the hospital, Jeff ’s recovery was slow and the work on the 10 10
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farm would not wait for him to recover. At the time of the accident, all of their corn silage was harvested but they hadn’t even started on soybeans or high moisture corn and they still needed to drill wheat and another cutting of alfalfa was ready. “It was a rough three weeks while he was in the hospital,” Rebecca stated, but the farm was well taken care of by the community. She explained how their friends and neighbors stepped up to make sure the Winkler farm finished their harvest. One neighbor brought their mower over and was mowing hay, while someone else was using the Winkler’s haybine. “At one time the line to get to the blower was five wagons deep of people who had come to help.” She continued, “Someone else was out drilling wheat and got all of our wheat planted.” Rebecca commented with a smile in her voice, “The support of this community was unbelievable. I think we got more done with Jeff sitting in the hospital, with all of the neighbors helping, than we would have gotten done on our own.” Jeff regained movement and has worked diligently to regain his strength.
Rebecca commented, “There were a lot of challenges but he’s a tough old bird and was back to doing what he could, whether that was pushing a broom or running the skid steer.” On the 100th day after his accident, Jeff was able to remove his neck brace and today he’s 99 percent of where he was before the injury. With the accident, came a strong change in perspective on the depressed dairy economy. Rebecca stated, “We both agree that the milk prices are one of the least of our worries now. When we think about everything he’s been through and just how fortunate we are and that he’s here on two feet and able to walk and talk, we are very thankful.” In the face of the dairy crisis, Rebecca referred to dairy farmers as fighters, “You just have to keep going, the cows are there every day and they depend on you. We are fighters, all dairy farmers are fighters, we have to be. And that’s what helped Jeff in the hospital. It’s so much easier to give up but you can’t.” She added, “The help at home was a big boost. It was a stress reliever for Jeff to know all that was getting done. It was a big morale boost for sure.” Knowing they can only manage Summer 2015
what they can control, the Winklers are focused on managing milk quality, taking advantage of every bonus and opportunity to boost their pay price. Nominated by their DFA Field Representative, the Winklers received the Silver 2017 National Mastitis Council Dairy Quality Award. Considering the strict criteria for that award, Rebecca said, “It was exciting to be nominated, much less to have won an award for it.” In March, the Winklers received the Herd Management Award at the Wayne and Ashland Dairy Service Unit Banquet and on July 10th they will host the Wayne County Twilight Dairy Tour where 2000 people are expected to visit their farm for the evening. The Registered Holsteins in their herd go back to a group of springers they purchased from Barb Lumley. They have picked up a few registered cattle at the annual Daffodil Sale as well. “We don’t merchandise much because we are using all of our replacements in the herd,” Rebecca explained.
As the future unfolds on the Winkler farm, they will keep the nose to the grind stone and continue to remember the fragility of life. “Jeff is a miracle and we are very thankful to God for how he
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By Allison McCumons
Hello and Happy Summer (finally)! Hopefully everyone had a successful planting season and a great start to your first cuts of hay. As this issue has been published and sent to all of you, I have completed my first year at Wilmington College and currently in my second month of my internship with Sunrise Cooperative. As we are in the middle of show season, let me congratulate everyone that has already shown and good luck to those who haven’t shown yet at their district shows. If you are attending the National Convention in Michigan, have fun! I know everyone will represent our great state very well up north. This past May, I was given the opportunity to help judge the Agriscience Fair projects at the 2018 Ohio FFA State Convention. This convention was a little different, for I was not dressed in FFA official dress. Instead, I was in my ‘teacher clothes’. I never thought in my four years of FFA that I would
miss wearing the black pantyhose or the feet numbing black heels, but between those two days in May, I did. Even though my years in FFA came to an end as a student, they will never come to an end once I become a teacher. I hope that my future students will be as passionate about FFA as I was in school! June is Dairy month. To some, June is a time where you go to the beach or pool, eat ice cream and go to ball games. To dairy farmers it is a time where we take a moment to realize how special the industry is to us and how we can further educate the public about our special industry. I always knew that June was a special month...and not because it’s my birthday month either! With State Fair quickly approaching, I can’t wait to see all the beautiful cows, as well as, meeting with old friends and making new ones. I also look forward to the Futurity. The Futurity for me is the highlight of the week. Growing up, I always enjoyed that night for two reasons. One, watching the Futurity was just a little break from being in the barn and being able to watch the show with my show family. Two, was to see the Queen all dressed up. I always admired the way that they were escorted into the Coliseum and how gracefully they walked across the show ring to present the awards to the nights’ winner. I remember asking some of the queens (if I knew them well enough) what their dress would look like and each year I thought, “that’s going to be me some day.” Now it’s my turn! I hope I can do the task as gracefully as the former queens and I hope that I inspire all the little girls in the show ring or show barn, just as all the queens before had done for me. As I finish this article, I’ll leave all of you with this quote:
“Be who you are. Do what you love. Make a difference. Change the world. There’s no limit to what you can do.”
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Just for Juniors By Maggie Mathews, Ohio Junior Holstein Association Reporter Not much has happened on the Junior front since the last issue of the News, but there’s a lot coming up this summer! By now, many of our families are in the field planting and deciding if it’s time to bale the first cutting of hay. Summertime also means that cattle shows and conventions are right around the corner. The National Convention is less than a month away, and there are quite a few Juniors going from Ohio. If you are participating in a contest, you should be receiving your confirmation from the National Office with specific instructions for the participants. We are looking forward to a great week in Traverse City, Michigan! Tentatively, the next Junior meeting
is scheduled to be 2PM on June 19th at Select Sires in Plain City. All Junior members and parents are invited to attend. We will be discussing last-minute details for Juniors attending the National Convention, as well as planning activities for the Ohio State Fair. Once the date is finalized, we will post it on Facebook and send a group test out to the Junior members. Speaking of the Ohio State Fair, don’t forget that entries for the Ohio State Fair are due by June 20th. And, the Juniors will be announcing the winners from the raffle for the 2021 National Convention that will be hosted in Ohio. Tickets are still available by contacting Diana Miley at the Ohio Holstein office. Tickets are $5 each and 5 for $20. We
have some great prizes this year, including a 8” Sullivan’s Cadillac Grooming Chute donated by Beck’s Hybrids, 1 Free Flush from Pine Tree Dairy, 1 Free Photo Set-up by Jenny Thomas, Cybil Fisher, $250 Gift Card for PBS donated by Julie Renner and 1 Full Page, Full Color Ad donated by Ohio Holstein News. Other events that Juniors might be interested in this summer include: • June 15-scholarship deadline for Ohio State Fair Scholarships • July 14-Trumbull County Dairy Judging Contest • July 26- State Fair Skillathon for Week 1 • July 27-State Fair Dairy Judging Contest for Week 1
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OHA Summer Sale August 10th 7 pm, Wayne Co. Fairgrounds, Wooster, Ohio. Ice cream social at 6 pm. Ridge Lingle was born on April 10,, 2018 to Ryan and Chelsi Lingle (D-7). He was welcomed home by his two older sisters. Congratulations to the Lingle family. Ohioans did well in the Hoards Dairyman judging contest. The Paul Craemer Family, Orrville, finished 4th in the Family Division. Tessa Topp Houts and Tanner Topp were part of the team. The Gary Craemer Family, Marshallville, were first and Tyler Topp Family,
Smithville, Ohio second in the Honorable Mention List. Two members of the Ohio Junior officer team are saying their farewells to high school, Tori Deam and Korey Oechsle are graduating this year. Congratulations to all of the Ohio seniors graduating this year! Congratulations to Raygor Holsteins (D-7) for placing in the top 5 percent for protein production in Wayne County. The Winkler Family (D-7) won the Herd Management Award at the recent
Ashland/Wayne County Dairy awards. David Miley, Sara Wolf, Abby Schellin and Maryellen Bliss (D-7)were all awarded outstanding youth scholarships at the Ashland/Wayne County Dairy Awards. District Shows are lined up for the summer, remember to see the calendar for all of the dates and contact info to enter in your district show. And Good Luck! Hannah Dye (D-2) graduated from OSU-ATI this spring and will transfer to the main OSU campus in Columbus this fall.
Hurrah for Holstein’s Hollywood - The Showring ball games, sailing a boat, hunting, fishing, etc. June is my favorite time of the year for For those who want no part of the show ring many reasons, but one of the most important just going and watching can be a good thing. It ones is because that is when the district Holstein is a chance to take a day off, to see nice cows, to shows and county fair dairy shows begin and I look at daughters of bulls they are thinking of get to work with and announce several of them. using, and it is a day to visit with fellow dairy Participating in these events gives me a lot of farmers and friends. A Holstein show can be a pleasure. I get to see dairy animals looking great stress reliever and dairy farmers certainly their best as they parade the show ring. While need that! Holsteins, both black and white and red and Shows were started many years ago to give white, have a special spot in my heart, I enjoy breeders a way to advertise their herds and looking at the beautiful animals of all breeds. sell cattle. As I go back and research those I enjoy meeting and working with the old Holstein Worlds, it was all about selling judges. Some of them I already know, others By Barb Lumley bulls. Seldom was a female offered for sale except I meet for the first time. Each one of them has in a consignment sale. Once a herd became well their own idea of what they are looking for in each breed and how they prefer things to be done. They all know known for their winning in the show ring, they became very that not everyone is going to agree with their placings, but successful at selling. Showing lets people see the Holsteins it is “the judge’s opinion on a given day”. I don’t have time from your herd and learn your name and prefix. When to look each animal over thoroughly, but as they enter and potential buyers look through the catalog for a sale they make that first trip around the ring I usually have a pretty often recognize those names and prefixes, which creates more interest in that consignment. good idea which ones will be at the top. If you have a fancy cow or heifer in your herd, it is often a Watching the young people who show is always a pleasure for me. They enter the ring in their whites, so proud of their good idea to put a price on her and let people know she is for animal and working hard to show her off at her best. They sale or make a deal with someone who is experienced to take have worked hard to prepare for the show ring, have learned her and show her for you. There are those who travel the a lot and are hoping for that blue ribbon. No matter where country over looking for that outstanding Holstein that has a they place they can be proud of what they have accomplished. chance to win at the “big shows”. No matter who owns a cow Showing cows teaches them a lot about how to handle life as or heifer, the name of the breeder is always on the registration they grow up. The parents are to be commended for allowing paper, your prefix is part of her name and she is listed in the show program. While those who own her may gain a lot of and encouraging them to be involved. I know that there are dairy people out there who have satisfaction in winning, there is better satisfaction in being no interest in showing cows and think it is a complete waste the person who chose the mating and is the breeder. I would of time and they are certainly entitled to their opinion. like to see more awards and recognition for those Holsteins However, showing is no different than any other pastime that that are bred and owned. Showing cattle is hard work and can be expensive people are involved in. There are those who are into pulling tractors, restoring antique tractors and machinery, attending but there are many different rewards. Some will not be recognized and understood until many years have passed. The choice to show or not to show is yours. However, before getting involved you must consider the reality of how show cows are handled in this day and age. The game today isn’t played like it was years ago. I began with my first registered Holstein calf and I loved showing. I have acquired many awards, memories and friends over the years. I am looking forward to the shows coming up in the next few months. I hope you are too and that I will see you there!
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Ohio Women name OHA Woman of the Year Kristy & Jay Ackley
The 2018 Ohio Holstein Woman of the Year is Kristy Ackley of Ack-Lee Registered Holsteins in East Liberty, Ohio. She was awarded this honor at the annual convention held in Sidney, Ohio. Let’s learn about our newest OHA Woman of the Year. She is a loving mother of two young men, a supportive wife, a business woman, a fieldwork lady, and a compassionate cow caretaker. From operating equipment, to pulling newborn calves, Kristy Ackley is able to do anything and everything on the farm. She could be described as hardworking, sincere, and passionate, especially when it comes to the barn full of black and white cows. She is involved in many things on the farm, with her family, in the community, and within the Ohio Holstein Association. There is no doubt that Kristy is an avid cow lover. She begins every morning at 4am to get to the barn to milk, feed, and scrape. After the morning chores are finished, she can always be found working on something to improve the farm or the lives of her family members. She ends every night by checking the pre-fresh pen at 10pm, just to get up six hours later and start all over again. She manages all aspects of the dairy, including monitoring herd health, caring for the show 16
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cows, and breeding all of the cows. One of her proudest home-bred animals is, “Ack-Lee Dempsey Passion,” who was first place Senior Three-Year-Old and Intermediate Champion at the Eastern National Show, fifth place at the International Holstein Show, and nominated All-American in 2017. Another highlight of 2017 was Drewholme Dempsey Alcena, owned with Pat Conroy. She was first place Four-Year-Old and Reserve Senior Champion at the Eastern Fall National Show and fourth at the International Holstein Show. One of Kristy’s personal barn favorites is Budjon-JK Atwood Ekira. She scored Excellent 94 and won the 58th National Holstein Futurity (2015), where she also received Best Udder in the Class. She placed second in the Senior Three-Year-Old class at the International Junior Holstein Show in 2015 and was named Reserve Grand Champion of the 2017 Mid East Summer National Holstein Show. Ack-Lee Holsteins was named Premier Exhibitor of the 2017 Ohio State Fair. No one can doubt her love and passion for the animals in the barn. Although her schedule is hectic, Kristy always makes time for her family. She has been married to Jay for almost 23 years. She is a wonderful companion and supporter. She and Jay have worked together to grow their farm into the wonderful place and business it is today. Jay says, “Kristy would probably rather live in the barn than with me”. Her sons, Kyle and Kris said, “Our mom has supported us in everything we have been involved in and has fostered our love for cows and the farm”. Kristy has always encouraged them to work hard and to never give up. She has always supported them by going to their numerous sporting events over the years and to anything else they are involved in. She has taken her boys to countless shows over the past 21 years and has taught them everything about showing and taking care of livestock. She is there for them through the hard times and the victories. She has led her boys to numerous victories in the dairy industry. A few include Kyle winning Grand Champion of the Ohio State Junior Fair in 2015 and Kris winning Grand Champion of the Ohio State Junior Fair in 2014 and 2017. In addition to caring for the cows, Kristy spends a lot of time helping out with other aspects of the farm to support her family. During the day, Kristy will run for parts, bring lunch to the guys in the field, or hop in the tractor. She helps with the field work year-round; working ground, planting, baling, and harvesting. She takes care of the paperwork and all of the other aspects of owning a business and providing for her family. Her family always knows they can count on her. Somewhere in the midst of her time spent on the farm and with her family, Kristy finds time to be involved in the community. She has been attending Middleburg United Methodist Church for over twenty years. Additionally, she is known for making the most delicious cupcakes and cakes for graduations, weddings, and all of the Sports Banquets at Benjamin Logan High School. She is the head of the Logan County Dairy Association, which supports the dairy youth in Logan County through various activities. She is in charge of Continued on Page 18
Ruth I. Young Ruth I. Young of Ragersville entered the gates of heaven peacefully in her sleep on April 9, 2018 at the age of 90. Ruth was born July 4, 1927 to the late Simon and Alma (Kaser) Krieger. Ruth attended Baltic High School where she met and later married her high school sweetheart John Young on August 10, 1946. They celebrated 71 years of marriage before he died on October 26, 2017. Together they purchased and started farming John’s grandfather’s farm. There she helped milk dairy cows until the herd was sold in 2000. Ruth was a member of the Ragersville Zion United Church of Christ where for many years she served on the banquet committee, was church organist for many years, was deeply involved with the Woman’s Guild and was a member of the Ragersville Historical Society. She, along with John, were life long members of the Ohio and National Holstein Association where she proudly worked and supported District III and the Ohio Holstein Women’s projects. In 2006 she was the recipient of Ohio Holstein Women of the Year. Ruth was quite proud of her children and grandchildren’s accomplishments in the show ring on the county, district, state and national levels. To show her pride in their accomplishments, Ruth hand stitched quilts with the ribbons her children and grandchildren won at county, state and national shows. The largest consisting of over 200 ribbons. Ruth will be sadly missed by her children Jim (Sandra) Young and Sharon (Raymond) Hisrich; four grandchildren James Douglas (Jill) Young, Tripp Hisrich, and John (Mandy) Hisrich all of the Ragersville area and Brittany Young of Charleston, West Virginia; four great grandchildren Holly Young, Olivia Young, JD Young and Hoyt Hisrich; brother Earl Krieger of Indiana and sister-in-law Margene (Pete) Hicks of Sugarcreek. In addition to her parents and husband, she is preceded in death by her son Dale Edward Young, grandson Jaime Lee Young, brother Paul Krieger, sisters Grace Kaser and Miriam Casey, infant sister Eve Krieger, sister-in-law Gladys Stotzer and brother-in-law Raymond Young. Anada Ruth (Sweely) Phillis 85, of Beloit, passed away April 16, 2018, at her daughter’s home. She will be remembered as a loving mother, excellent cook, and for her passion for the family farm. She took great joy in exhibit-
ing Holstein cattle at the Canfield Fair with her family for over 50 years and received the Ohio Holstein Woman of the Year award in 2002.
Anada Ruth Phillis Anada Ruth Phillis was born on November 7, 1932, the daughter of the late Howard and Gerene (Weber) Sweely. She attended school in Sebring. She was a member of the Bunker Hill United Methodist Church, the Farm Bureau, Ohio Holstein Association, 50 year member of Smith Grange and the Alliance Senior Center. Survivors include her children; Bobbie Coy of North Jackson, Susan (Fred) Hippely of Salem, Rodney (Tamye) Phillis of Beloit, Rosemary Phillis of Beloit, Robert (Teresa) Phillis of Salem, Beth (Bill) Mason of Salem, Jim Phillis of Greenford, Helen Miller of Salem, Dorothea Phillis of Alliance, Richard Phillis of Salem, Ruth (Matt) Boyce of Alliance, Harold Phillis of Beloit; 26 grandchildren, and 30 great-grandchildren. Surviving siblings include, Martha Baringer of Sebring, Pat (Alice) Sweely of Sebring, David (Susan) Sweely of Sebring, John Sweely of FL, sisterin-law Liz Sweely of Salem, and many nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Robert “Bob” Phillis Sr., whom she married on December 28, 1948, and who passed away on June 17, 1990, ; her sister and brotherin-law, Flo (Dick) Augustine; her sister and brother-in-law, Alice (Bob) Johnson; her brother and sister-in-law, Ronald (Eileen) Sweely, her brother and sister-in-law, Mivan (Shirley) Sweely, her brother and sister-inlaw, Charles (Lillian) Sweely; her brother, Mathew Sweely, and her great-grandson, Anderson Bock. Memorial contributions can be made in Anada’s honor to Bunker Hill Church, 15096 W. Middletown Rd, Beloit, OH 44609, and Alliance Senior Center, 602 W Vine St., Alliance, OH 44601.
Forrest L. Fisher Forrest L. Fisher, age 61, of Scio, passed away Monday April 16, 2018 in Aultman Hospital, Canton surrounded by his loving family. Forrest was born July 27, 1956 in Dennison, Ohio, to the late Melvin and Mollie Watkins Fisher. He graduated from Carrollton High School in 1974. Forrest proudly farmed the land held by the Fish-
er family for three generations. He was a volunteer firefighter for over 30 years with the Loudon Township VFD. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and spending time with his children and grandchildren. Forrest was a member of the New Rumley United Methodist Church. In addition to his parents, Forrest was preceded in death by his first wife Cindy Lumley Fisher and a half-sister Sue McDannels. Surviving are his wife Cherri Fisher; daughters Jenn Fisher, Marcy (Rhett) Vincenzo and Kristin (Tim) Potts; a step-son Brad (Cindy) Scott; a step daughter Natalie (Dylan) Demas; grandchildren Daria and Nathan Scott, Grayson Demas, Emily and Daxton Potts and Cooper Vincenzo and a sister Alicia (Phil) LaMancusa. Memorial contributions may be made to New Rumley United Methodist Church, c/o Sandy Knowles 11877 William Penn Blvd., Hartville, Ohio 44632.
Andrew Charles Dawson Andrew Charles Dawson, age 44, of Shelby died unexpectedly in a farm accident Thursday, April 25, 2018 at his home. Born April 2, 1974 in Shelby to Orva E. & Dee Dee L. (Grafmiler) Dawson, Andy has been a Shelby resident his entire life. A graduate of Shelby High School class of 1993, Andy then graduated from the Ohio State University in 1998 with a Bachelors degree in Agricultural Education. While going to college at OSU, Andy played on the football team in 1993 as a lineman and left guard. Following graduation Andy worked at the family’s dairy farm and was a John Deer fanatic. He was a member of the Shelby F&AM Masonic Lodge #350 and was a huge Ohio State Buckeyes and Cleveland Cavaliers fan and loved going to auctions, and garage sales. Andy is survived by his parents, his paternal grandmother, Donna Dawson and maternal grandmother, Margaret “Dee Dee” Kemp; siblings, Sally (Tom) Hoak, Mary Dawson, Amy Dawson, Kelly Dawson, Scott Dawson all of Shelby and Sherry (Fiancé Brandon Frankart) Dawson of Republic; nieces and nephews, Logan Cronenwet, Sarah Hoak, Ethan Dawson, Anthony Dawson and Braxton Dawson; numerous other relatives and his faithful companion Brody, his Boxer dog. He was preceded in death by paternal grandfather, Orva Dawson Sr.; maternal grandfather, Charles Kemp and two uncles, John Hastings and Earl Dawson. OHIO NEWS
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On the National Front Since the last issue of the Ohio Holstein News, I was invited to attend the joint meeting of the Type Advisory Committee (TAC) and the Genetic Advancement Committee (GAC). This was the first year in recent history that these committees have met together. President Schaufelberger is trying to have each committee gain a better understanding of how the other committee functions and in turn have a more unified goal as a breed. Type committee met all day and GAC joined in after supper for a few hours. The next morning, we traveled to Golden-Oaks Farm for a couple hours with Cy Letter, head of Classification. He evaluated several cows zeroing in on leg set, teat placement and strength. The Type committee reconvened and voted to make rear teat placement an intermediate optimum. The GAC then met and TPI formula was discussed along with the drastic changes we saw in DPR (daughter pregnancy rate) in this last proof run. Genetic Advancement Committee made no changes this year, but both committees emphasized the fact that rear legs are too straight and rear teats are too small and too close together. Hopefully last year’s change in the Foot and Leg Composite will bring things back to a slight set to the leg as the ideal for the Holstein Cow. Looking forward to the National Convention next month,
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the Dairy Trailer, which sells ice cream to raise funds for the youth at different fairs and festivals. She is also an advisor of Liberty Livestock 4-H club. This past year, the farm hosted two field trips for students from different schools throughout the community. The third graders came to the farm and were able to learn about many different aspects of it. The next day, the farm was open to the entire community to explore as a stop on the Top of Ohio Ag Tour. Kristy is also an active member of the Ohio Holstein Association, where she serves on the board and different committees. In 2016, their farm hosted the Annual Fall Tour for Ohio Holstein Breeders. Jay and Kristy are huge supporters of Ohio Holstein sales as both buyers and consignors. Kristy Ackley couldn’t be a more deserving person for the Ohio Holstein Woman of the Year!
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Springhill Encore Sale Report
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By Barb Lumley A beautiful spring day, a large crowd and a great group of outstanding registered Holsteins and registered Guernseys came together for the Springhill Encore Sale held Saturday, April 14, 2018 at Springhill Farm, home of Chris, Tom, Karen and Kendra Lang, Big Prairie, Ohio. In the Holstein sale three lots achieved the highest selling price of $2600. Lot 10, Springhill-OH DM Carra-TW. a summer yearling, sold to Elaina, Ava, and Audrey Lahmers and Kennley, Grace and Myra Siegrist, Marysville, Ohio. Sired by Doorman, her dam is classified Very Good 86 and by Gold Chip with ten generations of Very Good and Excellent dams in the pedigree, including Langacres Elevation Hope. Lot 42 Springhill-OH Sid Julia-ET, a three-year-old, sold to Logan and Wyatt Schlauch, Big Prairie, Ohio. Scored Very Good 85 and due to Gold Chip, her dam is an Excellent 93 Goldwyn with a long list of records up to 33,000 and from nine generations of Very Good and Excellent dams, and also goes back to the well- known Langacres Elevation Hope EX 91 2E. Lot 102, Springhill-OH Montross Alee, a Very Good 85 three-year-old with over 30,000 pounds of milk as a two year old, she was milking and rebred to Tatoo. Her grandam is Excellent 91 20 20
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2E with sons in A.I. She sold to Ross Russell, Russell Springs, Kentucky. A total of 116 Holstein live lots sold for an average of $1265. Cows averaged $1371, bred heifers averaged $1323, yearlings averaged $920 and calves averaged $683. Holsteins sold to Wisconsin, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Texas and Ohio. The top selling Guernsey at $5350 was Lot 204, Springhill Pies JaridaETV, a fall yearling. She is sired by Indian Acres Pies-ET and from a 90 point Royal Oak dam and her grandam is the well- known 93 point Dixie Lee Tiller Joke, who has sons in A.I and is the dam of All-Americans and Junior All-Americans. The buyers were Jim
and Valarie Spreng, Bucyrus, Ohio. Selling for $4500 was Lot 203, Springhill Disco Jarica, a spring yearling maternal sister to Lot 204 and sired by Discos K Getting Dirty-E. The buyer was Dennet Withington, Goldston, North Carolina. Lot 216, Springhill Latimer Jen sold for $4100 to Smith Farms, Findley, Ohio. A winter calf sired by Coulee Crest Fame Latimer-ET, her 81 point dam was by Rozelyn Geo Sherman and the 90 point grandam, Jazmin, had records at 5-00 365 2x 28270 7.3% 2060 3.8% 1073 and was a daughter of Dixie Lee Tiller Joke. Selling for $4000 was Lot 224, HP AC GG Pie Melissa-ET, an 87 point threeyear-old with a nice record in progress and due in September to Springhill Jay Z-TW-P. Appraised at 87 points, she was the Reserve Junior Champion of the Ohio State Fair Junior Show in 2015. Her dam and grandam were both appraised at 94 points. She was purchased by Priscilla Powers, Marysville, Ohio. Sale average was $1585 on all ages. Auctioneer for the sale was Randall Kiko, Salem, Ohio with Charlie Will reading the Holstein pedigrees and Blaine Crosser reading the Guernsey pedigrees. The sale was co-managed by the Guernsey Marketing Service and Kiko Auctions, with assistance from the Ohio Holstein Association. Chad Griffith managed the bids on Cowbuyer.
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Celebration at Silver Mist Sale Report
By Barb Lumley The Celebration at Silver Mist Sale was held on Saturday, May 5, 2018, at the farm at Ashville, Ohio. Owners Dallas Rynd and Judy Wolford hosted a cattle viewing and social hour on Friday evening prior to the sale. A luncheon and the sale took place on Saturday, a beautiful spring day with a large crowd of friends and fellow dairy breeders in attendance. The sale averaged $1758 on 90 live lots. Topping the sale at $19,000 was Lot 74, MS Apple MS Adra-Red-ET, classified VG 87 at three years. Stylish and with a beautiful udder, she had recently calved and looked ready for the upcoming shows. She was the Reserve Intermediate Champion at the 2017 Ohio State Fair Red and White Show. Sired by Ladys-Manor Olympian, she is the daughter of the Excellent 96 4E KHW Regiment Apple-Red. She was purchased by Glamourview, Gene Iager, Fulton, Maryland. Selling for $8400 to Adam Deer was Lot 1, Greenlea BW Mar-Red,a five year old classified EX 92. She was the first place Four-Year-Old and Reserve Grand Champion at the Ohio Spring Expo Red and White Show in 2017. Sired by Hylite Barbwire-Red-ET, her dam was Greenlea Rub Marlene-Red-
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ET EX 94 3E and winner of several AllAmerican awards. Lot 75, We-Three HYP AdriaticoRed, a summer yearling, sold for $5600 To Glamourview, Gene Iager, Fulton, Maryland. Sired by Mr Hotstuffs Hypnotic-ET, she is the daughter of the top selling Lot 74, MS Apple MS AdraRed-ET. Lot 3, Silver-Mist AD MaritageRed, a spring calf sired by Mr Ansly Addiction-P-Red-ET sold for $4000 to Franchise, Dusty and Nicole Schirm. Her dam is the second high seller, Greenlea BW Mar-Red-ET EX 92. The high selling Brown Swiss at $6000 was Lot 88, Silver-Mist Bosephus Tassel, a spring yearling sired by Jobo Wonder Bosephus-ET. Her dam is a
V85 Braiden daughter from a cow family with several high scoring dams. She was purchased by Madison Pitstick. The high selling Jersey was Lot 76, Ahlem Prince Neva 3317, classified VG88%. She sold for $1600 to Bart Busey. She is a daughter of Windhavens Visionary Prince from a VG-83% daughter of Sweetie Plus Iatolas Bold. Volume buyer was Silver Creek Dairy Farm LLC, who purchased 12 lots. Auctioneer for the sale was Randall Kiko, Salem, Ohio with Michael Heath and Wayne Sliker reading pedigrees. Bids on Cowbuyer were handled by Chad Griffith. Crew manager was Evan Creek. Sale manager was Franchise, Dusty and Nicole Schirm.
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Convention Chairs Darwin and Kathy Sneller Tom and Lynn Atherton Renee McCauley Ike Hunt Farm Promotion Chair: Tim Baker Brent Moyer Dr. Joe Domecq Melissa Hart Sponsorship Chair: Dana Sue & Kevin Kirk Brian Troyer Velmar Green Sheila Burkhardt John Weller Paul Trierweiler Juniors Chair: Renee McCauley and Jess Jakubik Tera Baker Lauren Bush Lynnae Dick Kelly Raterink Registration Chair: Beth Letts Katrina Bontekoe Kelsie Letts Charles and Marilyn Letts Doug and Bev Long Janet Molhoek Transportation Chairs: Tom and Lynn Atherton Betsy Braid Worship Service Nick and Rhoda Clark
Banquet Chairs: Jennie Koebel and Pat Hyde Gerald and Joan Geurink Suzanne Tuttila Family Fun Night Chair: Mark Bontekoe Katrina Bontekoe Pre-Convention Ike Hunt Michigan Holstein Association Board Tim Baker – President Brent Moyer – Vice President Sarah Dillon – District 2 Eric Westendorp – District 3 Jennie Koebel – District 4 Kelly Raterink – District 5 Gary Vitek – District 6 Tom Barends- District 7 Nicole Vanderploeg – At-Large Rodney Daniels – At-Large Jess Jakubik – At-Large Suzanne Tuttila-Exec. Secretary Max Dunseth – HAUSA Melissa Hart – MDCN Editor Michigan Junior Holstein Board Kristen Burkhardt - President Eric Moser – Vice President Ashton Geurink - Secretary Skylar Buell - Treasurer Brittany Dreyer Connor Nugent Jessie Nash Ian Black Miriah Dershem Chelsea Barns
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7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Registration 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Dairy Bar 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Ice Cream Bar 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Dairy Jeopardy Contest 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Mackinac Island Tour 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. NHWSO Interviews 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. DJM Interviews 10:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Prepared Public Speaking Contest 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. DJM Luncheon (Invitation only) 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Luncheon Buffet for Juniors & Adults 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. NHWSO Silent Auction 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Dairy Knowledge Exam 5:10 p.m. - 5:40 p.m. Dairy Bowl Coaches’ Meeting 7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. Junior Highlight Your State Mixer & Dance
SUNDAY, JULY 1
7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Registration 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Dairy Bar 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Ice Cream Bar 6:45 a.m. - 7:30 a.m. Worship Service 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Leelanau Peninsula and Catamaran Cruise 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Leelanau Peninsula Tour and Tall Ship Excursion 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Sleeping Bear Dunes Sightseeing and Activities Tour 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Float the Platte River and Experience Sleeping Bear Dunes Tour 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Farm Tours 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Trade Show Set-up 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Trade Show 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Holstein Block Party - A family fun event held at the Grand Traverse Resort. 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Constitution Bylaws & Resolution Committee Meeting 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. NHWSO Silent Auction
MONDAY, JULY 2
7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Registration 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Dairy Bar 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Ice Cream Bar 6:00 a.m. - 7:30 a.m. Dairy Bowl Volunteer Breakfast Orientation 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Dairy Bowl Contest 9:00 a.m. - 3:15 p.m. Holstein Association USA Annual Meeting 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Trade Show 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. NHWSO Silent Auction 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. NHWSO Meeting 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Non-Delegate Tour Lighthouse and Brys Estate Tour 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Non-Delegate Tour Lavender Farm and Chateau Chantal Tour 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Dairy Bowl Volunteer Lunch 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. State Officers & Editors Luncheon 11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Adult Luncheon Buffet 11:45 a .m. - 1:00 p.m. Cows 2 Careers Luncheon Buffet 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Cows 2 Careers Trade Show 3:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m. Regional Caucus Meetings 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Pre-Sale Buffet Meal 6:00 p.m. National Convention Sale at Grand Traverse Resort 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Junior Treasure Island Poolside Party
TUESDAY, JULY 3
7:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Registration 6:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Dairy Bar 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Ice Cream Bar 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Delegate Information Breakfast 8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. Board Spouse Breakfast 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Holstein Association USA Annual Meeting 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Dairy Bowl Finals & National Junior Forum 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Trade Show 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. NHWSO Silent Auction 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Junior Awards Luncheon 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Director’s Luncheon 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Convention Planners’ Meeting 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Adult Social Hour 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Adult Banquet 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Junior Sunset Farewell
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Welcome to Michigan! Welcome to Michigan, the Great Lakes State. The home for this year’s convention is the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa. The resort has much to offer, all within one beautiful facility. It is located near Traverse City, the Cherry Capitol of the world. While you are visiting, the National Cherry Festival will be in full swing with a nice line up of activities to enjoy. The northwest area of Michigan is rich in beauty and diversity. There are world class wineries, micro- breweries, great cuisine, and famous golf courses. It is home to the one of its kind, the Sand Dunes. Sleeping Bear Dunes is part of the National park system. Many of the tour offerings have incorporated some of these things
in the schedule for you to enjoy. The state of Michigan has a lot of diversity as well. Agriculture helps support Michigan’s economy with over $100 billion in gross sales, leading manufacturing and tourism. The convention committees have been busy planning to highlight the best of what Michigan has to offer in the “Up North” area of the mitten. We invite you to join us for a few days, to relax and enjoy the 2018 National Convention as you “Explore the Shore” with the Michigan Holstein Association. Darwin and Kathy Sneller Convention Executive Committee Chairs
note speaker for our annual meeting. His presentation will begin at 1:30 p.m. On the second day of the annual meeting, delegates will vote on any resolutions and elect new directors. Throughout the meeting, committee chairs will give their reports. Join us Tuesday evening as we commemorate the week’s activities during the banquet. We will present the 2018 the Distinguished Leadership, Distinguished Young Holstein Breeder, and Elite Breeder awards. We sincerely look forward to visiting with you in the Great Lakes State as we celebrate our beloved Holstein cows, and you, the members who make our organization so great. Cordially, Welcome to the Holstein Association USA’s 133rd Annual Meeting! The Holstein Association USA board of directors and staff would like to warmly welcome you to the 133rd Annual Meeting held at the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa in Acme, Michigan. The Michigan Holstein Association convention planning committee has assembled a schedule of activities that we know you will find enjoyable, with plenty of time for visiting with your fellow breeders. Come to relax, enjoy and discover Michigan as you “Explore the Shore.” We invite you to the annual meeting being held this year on Monday, July 2, and Tuesday, July 3. You’ll hear presentations from both of us, along with a financial report from Barbara Casna, treasurer. In addition, you’ll meet candidates running for the board of directors. This year’s annual meeting features two guest speakers, both of whom will present on Monday. Kevin Kirk, former special assistant to the division director of the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development - Animal Industry Division, will open the morning as our Early Bird presenter at 7:30 a.m. Later that afternoon we will welcome Dr. Chad Dechow, associate professor of dairy cattle genetics at Pennsylvania State University, as the key-
John M. Meyer Chief Executive Officer Holstein Association USA, Inc.
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From the President’s Pen
Michigan Holstein Association As a passionate enthusiast of the Registered Holstein cow and as the current President of Michigan Holstein Association, I welcome you to Michigan for the 2018 National Holstein Convention. Michigan has seen many changes since we last hosted this convention in 1997. Many herds have been retired while some of us are still getting up every morning to head to the barn to tend to the herd of cows that we are growing and developing. In 1973, the National Holstein Convention was held in Detroit and my father, Henry, made the trip to the other side of the state to see a Star Summit cow knocked off as the highest selling Michigan bred cow in the sale. The convention has been held on both coasts but this year we head up north for a taste of northern
Michigan. This year’s Host Day Farm Tours feature four different herds that all focused on progressive genetics while utilizing modern technology to produce milk in the most efficient way possible. We think you’ll enjoy learning about these four farms nestled in some of the prettiest scenery of Michigan. We are also excited to show-off a sampling of what Michigan breeders are developing as several cows from around the state will be on display for the Michigan Holstein Showcase. The convention sale will boast some of the best genetics in Michigan and from around the country as we will have an offering of genomic giants along with type and production with several reds mixed in. As you travel through Michigan, you’ll
want to take the opportunity to visit some of our great herds in the state. You can see several of those throughout this magazine represented by Producer Row, a cross section of Michigan’s Dairy industry Enjoy our fresh water coast. Enjoy our sand dunes. Enjoy our farms. But most of all enjoy the special fellowship with your fellow Holstein breeders as you Explore the Shore in Pure Michigan.
Tim Baker President Michigan Holstein Association
Table of Contents
Michigan Convention Committees....................................................................................................................................7 Convention Schedule of Events......................................................................................................................................... 9 Convention Sponsors....................................................................................................................................................... 10 Michigan Department of Agriculture welcome........................................................................................................... 12 Holstein USA & Convention Chair welcome............................................................................................................... 13 From the President’s Pen................................................................................................................................................. 15 Michigan Junior Holstein News..................................................................................................................................... 21 Michigan’s Producer Row................................................................................................................................................ 30 Michigan: The Cradle of the Holstein Breed................................................................................................................ 40 DHI: Rooted in Michigan............................................................................................................................................... 52 Michigan’s Hall of Fame.................................................................................................................................................. 58 The National Holstein Convention Goes “Up North”................................................................................................. 68 Traverse Colantha Walker............................................................................................................................................... 90
On the Cover
The Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion cows from the 2018 Great Lakes Spring Holstein Show grace the cover of the convention booklet. Both of these beauties were bred and owned by Tumbleweed and Nugentdale of Lowell, Michigan. 2018 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION - 15
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From Your President Hello Holstein Enthusiasts, Welcome to The Mitten, where we are surrounded by the Great Lakes and our go-to map is our hand! As the 2018 National Holstein Convention begins, the Michigan “crew” has been working hard to ensure that it is a week full of fun, networking, and all things Holstein! I would especially like to welcome all of the juniors that are attending this year’s convention! As a junior myself, I feel that this convention is a great opportunity to meet with other Holstein enthusiasts from around the country and amplify our passion throughout the weekend activities. For the juniors, I would like to emphasize a couple of the unique events to our convention such as the Cows-toCareers event, the week-long scavenger hunt, and the nightly dances. The Cows-to-Careers event really capitalizes on the career fair and is going to be run so that youth can enhance their employment skills as they move forward in their careers. This event will be run “talk show” style with a panel of business professionals elaborating on dressing for success, working with millennials, social media presence, how to make the most of a ride-along, and interviewing tips. After the conclusion of the talk show, from 1:00 to 3:00 juniors will be able to walk around the
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career fair and interact with the professionals that are present. Youth of all ages are encouraged to bring their resume to see what schools and dairy industry jobs are represented at this career fair. This event allows youth to network with business leaders about future internships and immediate employment opportunities, so please consider joining us on July 2nd at noon! We are also very excited to throw a weeklong scavenger hunt! This activity is designed so that the youth can become more familiar with the hotel itself and allow them to interact with all of the juniors at the event during their
down time. Each day there will be at least one “riddle” where juniors are encouraged to explore the area to figure them out. After they complete the riddle successfully, they will be rewarded with a ticket that they can then place into a bucket of their choice for a prize. The winners of each prize will be drawn at the Junior Luncheon on July 3rd. My only hint is to keep an eye out for the cow costume! To add on to this fun-filled week we will end each night with a dance! Whether this be a highlighter party, a beach party, or even instructed dances…the junior members will be groovy by the end of the week. The MJHA Board believes that this will be a highlight of the week and we are really excited to see everyone’s dance moves. The Michigan Junior Holstein Association is ecstatic to host the 2018 National Holstein Convention and we hope that everyone has a memorable week here in Traverse City, Michigan. Don’t hesitate to ask any of the Michigan juniors questions about Michigan Holsteins or the Great Lakes State!
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Welcome to Michigan’s Producer Row The dairy industry has been a focal point of the agricultural landscape in Michigan for decades. Advancements in dairy technology has not been lost on Michigan’s dairy producers as they have adopted progressive concepts that have made this state a major player in the global dairy economy. This progressive attitude is what laid the firm foundation of the Registered Holstein breed 137 years ago and is what keeps the emboldened producers forging through the cyclical highs and lows of a tenuous market today. With the adoption of progress, came a change in the look of the family farm. Rural Michigan was once filled with 50 cow tie-stall barns and pastoral pastures. While smaller dairies still thrive in Michigan, the new normal is hundreds of cows in free-stalls or a pack barn with parlors or robotic milking systems, operated by multi-generational families, producing milk in the most efficient way possible.
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Producer Row serves as a unique venue to present a cross-section of the dairy industry in Michigan. Big or small, our dairy producers care about their families, their farms and the industry that ignites their drive and determination to rise every day to take care of the Registered Holstein Cow and to produce one of nature’s most perfect foods. Producer Row participants are marked with this seal and you can find them scattered throughout this National Holstein Convention Souvenir program. You will also see our Producer Row presentation in the halls of the hotel and on the Producer Row video in the dairy bar. We thank Cargill Animal Nutrition for sponsoring the first exhibition of it’s kind at a National Holstein Convention: Michigan’s Producer Row.
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16. Reed Dairy, Owosso, Page 47
2. Bosscher Dairy, McBain, Page 5
17. Rho-Nic Holsteins, Prescott, Page 61
3. Brenhaven Holsteins and Jerseys, Caro, Page 31
18. Rod-er-Dic, Byron Center, Page 25
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21. Starward Farm, Sebewaing, Page 28
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27. Yonkman Dairy, McBain, Page 6
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Michigan: The Cradle of the Holstein Breed by Melissa Hart In 1881, before any national organization, before any state association, before knowing what and how any association would work, men with a vision, Holstein breeders with a passion for the Holstein cow, gathered in the Great Lakes State to form the very first state Holstein organization: the Michigan HolsteinFriesian Association. With leadership in place and a pilot program for a model, the Holstein-Friesian Association of America was organized four years later in 1885, with 20 charter members from Michigan. The years that followed served as a timeline of firsts that happened among the progressive breeders in the state of Michigan that would impact the breed forever. Here are just a few of the firsts that happened in Michigan. 1881 – Forming of the first state Holstein association, the Michigan Holstein-Friesian Association. 1889 – The first state institution (other than state colleges) to establish a purebred Holstein herd was Eastern Michigan Asylum, later known as Pontiac State Hospital followed later that same year by Northern Michigan Asylum, and later known as Traverse City State hospital. 1894 – The first cow to milk 100 lbs a day on official test was Rosa Bonheur 5th at Michigan State College, now Michigan State University. 1897 – The first century sire was announced. He was Hevgerveld De Kol, born at Pontiac State Hospital where most of his 100 AR daughters were bred. 1912 – The first 1,000 lb fat record under official supervision was made by Pontiac Clothilde De Kol 2d, bred at Pontiac State Hospital. 1916 – The first double century sire over 200 AR daughters was announced. He was King of the Pontiacs, bred at Pontiac State Hospital. 1916 – The first sale of the Holstein breed to average over $1,000 was held in Michigan. It was called the Moyer National Sale at Detroit following the 1916 convention. It averaged $1096 on 143 head. 40 - 2018 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION
1927 – The first record in the U.S., for any breed, above 1280 lbs fat was made by Daisy Aggie Ormsby 3d at Lakefield Farms, Clarkston. 1928 – The first lifetime total in the U.S. above 7500 lbs of fat was completed by Traverse Colantha Walker, bred and owned by Traverse City State Hospital. 1928 – The first herd to average over 660 lbs of fat in herd test was that of Lee Gale, Mecosta. 1943 – The first 900 lb 3X senior two year old in the nation was Marquette Inka De Kol EX, bred and owned by Marquette Prison Farm, Marquette. 1945 – The first herd to breed and develop four 200,000 lb lifetime producers was Michigan Reformatory, Ionia. 1946 – The first cow to produce over 260,000 lbs in a lifetime was Iona Ormsby Queen, bred and developed by Iona State Hospital Ionia. 1948 – The first herd to breed and develop two cows over 260,000 lbs or three over 247,000 lbs was Ionia State Hospital. 1949 – The first heifer under full age in the U.S. to make over 1200 lbs of fat on 3X was Minnow Creek Eden Repeat owned by F.K. Merkley, Flint. She also made the first 35,000 lb milk record 3X in the U. S. regardless of age. 1951 – The first 42,000 lb cow was Green Meadow Lily Pabst, developed by Merle Green, Green Meadow Farms, Elsie 1953 – The first herd to average over 480 lbs of fat for 26 consecutive years in herd test was that of Lakefield Farms, Clarkston. In 1885, when the Holstein-Friesian Association of American was organized, M.L. Sweet of Grand Rapids was among the Michigan breeders who helped launch the association. He served as vice president of the National Association for two years and then was elected President in 1888. Other Michigan breeders serving the National Association as vice president or director during its early years were M. R. Seeley of Farmington, W.S. Carpenter of Menomonie and G.A. Dimoc of Kalamazoo. D.D. Aitken, Flint, served the National
Association as president from 1914 – 1921. He fathered the idea of a strong and active National Extension Service with state associations in the more populous Holstein states that would be real branches of the extension service, with full time paid state secretaries or fieldmen whenever possible. Because of his forethought, Aitken was controversial and in the vicious proxy battle at the Syracuse National Convention in 1921, where three men held sufficient proxies to control the meeting, he was defeated for re-election. Professor Clinton D. Smith and Michigan Agricultural College, now Michigan State University, played an important part in the early history of the breed both in education and as breeders. Their first Holsteins were bought in 1882 from Phelps and Seeley who imported cattle from Holland. The three great cows in the college herd that were developed under Smith’s supervision were Houwtje D., Rosa Bonheur 5th and Belle Sarcastic. Their production records were stand-outs and they went on to influence the herds in Michigan. Herd sires selected by C.B. Smith, then coordinator of the Michigan institutional herds, were some very fancy show bulls including King Bessie Korndyke Ormsby, four time All-American and sire of many champions. Illini Princess Mabel Lad, an All-American 3-year-old and the famous Dunloggin herd sire, King Bessie Mabel Susie. Michigan has been the foundation of many famous herd sires and AllAmericans. Two of the founders of Paclamer Farms in Louisville, Colorado were residents of Michigan. Peter C. Cook and Edsko Hekman founded Paclamer that produced Bootmaker Capsule and Paclamer Astronaut. Glenafton Rag Apple Hagen was proven in the herd of Milford and Ben Potter of Wayland. Michigan has played a major role, early on, in the molding of the Holstein cow. Here is where Dunloggin Woodmaster was bred. Here is where the dam of Wisconsin Admiral Burke Lad once grazed the meadows as a heifer. Here is where Lakefield Fobes Delight, dam of Lakefield continued on page 68
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2-05 305 21,376 3.3% 683 3.0% 643 Aftershock x EX-95 2E GMD Gold Barbara *Gold Barbara pictured above • Due 6/18 to sexed Solomon and will enter a flush program after • Has a Fancy 5/17 Solomon
Gold-Barbara After Bingo-ET VG-85 at 2-10
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Jersey Herd Totals 7 EX and 10 VG Herd average of 87 points
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Star-Summit Lindy Sweet EX-94 3E GMD DOM
Star-Summit C O Stella-ET, VG-87
Star-Summit C O Sunshine-ET, VG-87
Star-Summit Southwind Sugar VG-88 DOM
More Daughters of Sweet:
Star-Summit Roy Sirene, EX-91 2E
5-09 365 43,850 3.6% 1592 3.2% 1417 Sweet’s Dam:
3-02 365 22,750 4.2% 966 3.3% 762 Granddam: LWS Patty Segis EX-91 5E GMD DOM 11-11 365 32,050 3.3% 1055 3.2% 1031 Lifetime: 263,640 3.6% 9562 3.2% 8423
2-05 364 28,640 3.4% 970 3.4% 980
4-05 364 38,500 3.8% 1476 3.3% 1252
6-01 365 34,920 4.0% 1397 3.0% 1034
(daughter of Star-Summit C O Sunshine-ET) 4-03 365 44,580 3.7% 1649 3.1% 1374
Star-Summit R E Sweetpea EX-92
2279 225,880 3.7% 8439 3.1% 6904
Star-Summit RM Semira-ET EX-93 2E 7-01 365 45,670 3.1% 1396 3.2% 1484
Lifetime to date:
Pequest-Valley Juror Gwen EX-90
7-02 362 40,610 3.2% 1297 2.5% 1008 Gwen’s daughter:
Pequest-Valley KVV Greta-ET EX-90
4-09 361 30,300 4.0% 1202 2.9% 867
Star-Summit RD Grace EX-94
6-01 365 49,400 3.6% 1774 2.8% 1414 Daughter of Greta, sired by Durham
Star-Summit Aftrshk Gail-ET EX-93
4-05 365 34,817 3.3% 1150 3.1% 1065 Daughter of Star-Summit RD Grace
Photos: Sweet and Gwen by Bruce Kuehl; Stella, Sunshine and Speckles by Lea Jordan; Sara, Gail and Golds N Geina by Frank Robinson and Grace by Cybil Fisher.
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Star-Summit Lee Speckles-ET, EX-90 2E
7-08 365 47,640 3.0% 1427 3.2% 1525 Lifetime: 2131 221,490 3.4% 7559 3.2% 7197
Star-Summit Roy Sara, EX-91 2E
Young Daughters of C O Sophie-ET
(Granddaughter of Star-Summit Lee Speckles) 6-09 365 39,310 4.0% 1585 3.5% 1367 Lifetime to date: 2424 226,950 4.3% 9734 3.6% 8122
Star-Summit C O Sophie-ET EX-92
10-04 365 36,037 4.6% 1637 2.9% 1064
Outside daughter of Sweet, still in herd today.
Star-Summit ATWD Sequin-ET Pregnant to Diamondback
Star-Summit Atwood Siri-ET Due June 2018 to Gold Chip
Star-Summit Aftrshck Selma Star-Summit Atwood Sushi-ET
Both due June 2018 to Diamondback
Daughters of Star-Summit Golds N Geina:
Star-Summit Buxton Gracie, VG 87
2-01 365 29,855 3.2% 946 3.0% 900
Star-Summit Golds N Geina EX-91
3-02 323 30,330 4.0% 960 3.4% 847 Daughter of Star-Summit Aftrshk Gail-ET 2016 1st Place Great Lakes State Futurity
Star-Summit Shottle Glitter
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Star-Summit Dundee Gwen Born June 2017
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DHI: Rooted in Michigan by Bev Berens In the late 1800’s, a fledgling dairy industry sought to identify top producing cows, enter them in breed registries, and utilize their genetics to further profitability and genetic improvement. Much of the work was being done through breed associations and county fair competitions, measuring the amount of butterfat produced per cow using the butter churn test. Cows who successfully met the standards were invited to join breed registries, even if the testing mechanisms for entry may have been flawed, inaccurate or even dishonestly attained. In 1890, Dr. Stephen Babcock developed a more accurate test to measure butterfat, and the equipment could be used in either a home or in a creamery setting. At the time, payments for milk were based solely on butterfat, and the milk’s capacity for churning out high value butter. The Babcock Test would eventually rise to the top as the best and most accurate testing method. Progressive dairymen were looking for that yardstick by which to measure not only the production per cow, but each animal’s profitability. Denmark was leading the way when it came to cow testing business and Helmer Rabild, a Dane, experienced in cow testing, providentially came to Michigan. Already educated in his native country, he obtained further education at Michigan Agricultural College, now Michigan State University. During Rabild’s early career in Newaygo County, he worked in a Fremont
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creamery where he became acquainted with many of the area’s Dutch dairy farmers. He later went to work for Michigan’s newly formed Dairy and Food Department. When the idea of creating local cow testing associations, much like the ones in his native Denmark, became a priority for the department, Rabild knew where to find progressive dairymen who, once sold on the concept, would continue with the project until complete. Henry Rozema, a Newaygo County farmer, was just the man to help Rabild find the right farmers for the project. In August of 1905, an initial meeting was held in Fremont to promote the general idea of a cow testing association. The meeting was so successful, that both Hoard’s Dairyman and Michigan Farmer reported that the U.S.’s first cow testing association would be formed in Michigan. The formal organizational meeting was held on September 26, 1905 at the Grange Hall, Fremont, Michigan, Newaygo County. The United States had it’s first cow testing association. Eighteen farmers were part of the initial articles of incorporation. By December, the association grew to thirtyone members. Nine of the original members served on the board of directors, where Rozema was secretary and John Dobben served as president. Dirk Kolk, Gerhard Stroven, Chris Wils, George Klooster, John Beem, Henry Wilcox and Wilks Stuart comprised the remaining board seats. The association hired its first cow tester, a jewelry store employee from the
east. However, he was Danish and familiar with cow testing associations. His pay was $1 per head enrolled annually and at least one day/night room and board per month with each enrolled farm. After six months, the tester left for greener pastures. The remaining thirty-one farmers enrolled in 1905 for the program included U. Bronzema, Jan Brookhuis, H.W. Crawford, George Dobben, E. Doud, Robert Kempf, J. Meeuwenberg, Henry Oesterhuis, Robert O’Sullevan, David Powers, Joe Rozema, Severt Swenson, G. Tubergen, James Walsworth, Ben Brookhuis, Hugh Cattenach, Arthur Demars, Charles L. Emens, Ed Osterhuis, M. O’Sullevan, Joe Purcel, G. and H. Stroven, Carl Swenson, William Swenson, A. Walsworth and J. Waters. In 1906, Rabild published the first state record, hand calculating each value for every cow on all thirty-one farms. The average milk production was 5336 pounds milk per cow on 239 cows, with 4.04% butterfat and 215 pounds of butterfat per cow. Income over feed was $161.62 per cow and the average herd size was eight cows. Little did these Michigan dairy pioneers know that they had planted a seed and laid a foundation for what was to become a nationwide organization. The tool that began by helping dairy farmers identify top producing, most valued animals within the herd, has led to the modern management and data collection tool it is today.
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Webb-Vue Midnight 7468-ET VG-87 +2506G 2-00 3x 350 30,960 4.3 1317 3.3 1037 Her Modesty son -
7HO13780 Webb-Vue Mozart 2384-ET PTA +1429M +93F +55P +920NM +1.76T +2738G
Webb-Vue Oak 7313 VG-85 +2392G 2-04 3x 309 24,660 4.6 1125 3.3 820 Her Jedi son -
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Michigan’s Hall of Fame Master Breeder Recipients 1985 Henry Baker 1986 Kaufman 1987 Keith Brown 1988 G. Carlos Long 1989 Richard Gilna 1990 Harold Gremel 1991 Eugene Weisenberger 1992 William Ludwig 1993 Roger Meyer 1994 Richard LaPoe 1995 Carl Minnis 1996 George Hazle
Outstanding Young Breeder Recipients 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997
John Clark Mark Reister Carl Straathof George Freehling Michael Wardin Mike LaPoe Duane Molhoek Donald Weisenberger Terry Koebel Dale Hackney
Past All-Michigan Futurity Winners
1986 Winterfield Pet Joyce, Jason Lamoreaux 1987 Modik Wileeda Sassy, Richard Gilna 1988 Janeland Sound Glory, Jennifer Jo Cook 1989 Nugentdale Elevation Velveta, Renee Nugent 1990 Modik Melvin Alexandra, Craig Green 1991 Janeland Count Tilly, James Cook, Jr 1992 Long-Haven Steady Nicky, Long Haven Farms 1993 Roder-er-Dic Starbuck Ada, Roger & Paul Meyer 1994 Star-Summit BS Bootsie, Henry & Tim Baker 1995 Nugentdale Avenger Tipsy, Nugentdale Farm 1996 Winterfield Jet Raven, Winterfield Farm
1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
John Clark Duane & Velmar Green Keith Bott Henry Ziel Gerald Geurink Duane Molhoek George Freehling Keith Brown Lynn Smith Lawson Bennett Terry & Jean Nugent Newell Rawlings
2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Tim & Sandy VerHage John Buth Terry & Jennie Koebel Arnold Reister Jim Cook & Roger Wolf Doug Long Tom Barends Louis and Rosemarie Stieg Doug Westendorp Brian Brunink
1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008
Brian Brunink Tom Barends Todd Benjamin Paul Meyer Doug Westendorp Mark Ziel No award was given Wayne & Margery Webster Diane Wolfordin Sherry Meyer
2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Mike Halfman Jim Good No award was given Mark Bontekoe Moss & Renee McCauley Shaun Hyde Scott Long No award was given No award was given Greta Koebel & Tera Baker
1997 Nugentdale Melvin Dusty, Nugentdale Farm 1998 Star-Summit Lindy Sweet, Star-Summit Farm 1999 Long-Haven Dombo Rae-ET, Long-Haven Farm 2000 Star-Summit Lindy Polly, Star-Summit Farm 2001 Star-Summit Dusty Mae, Star-Summit Farm 2002 Tri-Koebel Lee Freedom-ET, Ava Koebel 2003 Walnut-Vu Skychief Jen-ET, Walnut-Vu Farm 2004 Star-Summit RD Grace, Star-Summit Farm 2005 Jenisis Durham Kaylee, Jenisis Genetics 2006 Nugentdale Cracker Miley, Nugentdale Farm 2007 Rosa-Myst Durham Jass, Rosa-Myst Farm
2008 Tri-Koebel LJet Fearless-ET, Tera & Ava Koebel 2009 Green Meadow Taylor Silvia, Green Meadow Farms 2010 Tri-Koebel Everything-ET, Tera Koebel 2011 Star-Summit Durham Shar, Star-Summit Farm 2012 Tri-Koebel Roy Elaborate-ET, Greta Koebel 2013 Tri-Koebel Expedition-ET, Greta Koebel 2014 Westvale-View Sanchez Jodi, Westvale View 2015 Tri-Koebel Party Girl, Darwin Sneller 2016 Star-Summit Golds N Geina, Star-Summit Farm 2017 King Street GC Gratitude, King Street Dairy
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VG-88 EX-MS (3-10) 3-02 2x 365 31,840 4.1 1301 3.1 993 Grand Champion, 2018 Great Lakes Spring Show Grand Champion, 2018 Great Lakes Spring Junior Show
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Their Dam: Tumbleweed Dunde Krinkle-ET EX-90 EX-MS Granddam: Doc-King Kemview Kayla-ET EX-93
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Wargo-Acres Miss Stella EX-91 2E 7-09 3x 51, 980 3.7 1923 2.8 1477 Lifetime to date: 353,840 3.7 13,098 2.9 10,123
tella make the 15th cow to produce over 300,000 pounds of milk at Wargo Acres. She continues to be a productive member of the herd in her 8th lactation and is due with yet another heifer this fall. Stella is the kind we like and Stella is the kind we sell. e pens continue to be full. Give us a call to buy cows and heifers bred to be the next “Stella”. Gordon & Emily Carncross Craig, Jen, Gavin & Nolan Carncross W13157 Co. Hwy. J, Lodi, WI 53555 [email protected] 608-592-2560 Craig cell BAA: 108.2% on 315 cows RHA: 31,522 3.8 1196 3.1 981
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The National Holstein Convention Goes “Up North” by Melissa Hart Michigan has hosted several national conventions in the past, but this is the first time it’s been held ‘up north’. While we celebrate the Registered Holstein in the cherry capital of the world where the scenery is both breathtaking and productive, down state has been a popular place for past National Holstein Conventions. In 1916, Detroit had the largest population of people and it only made sense to host the National Holstein Convention in the “D”. That year marked the very first Holstein sale ever to average over $1,000. It was the first convention sale to be held under the management of H.A. Moyer, a veteran New York Holstein breeder, and it averaged $1,096 on 143 head. In 1925, all roads led to Grand Rapids for the national convention and it was held in the Pantlind Hotel. Fashioned after English Adams architecture by designers Warren and Wetmore, the hotel’s special details included one of the world’s largest gold-leaf ceilings and was not only the hottest hotel going in West Michigan it was ranked “One of the 10 Finest Hotels in America.” In 1941 the convention was held in Lansing at the Olds Hotel and in 1954 the convention found its way back to Grand Rapids at the Pantlind Hotel once more. Held in late May, the event featured the
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Fond Hope and Carnation Royal Master, grandam of Roybrook Telstar and Zeldenrust Royal Pontiac, was bred, born and raised. Here is where the Crescent Beauties originally came from. Here is where Christ Mayers’ great sire Creston Grand Majesty was bred. Allen Dairy’s huge Wind Drift Countess Nora was by another Creston bred sire. Irvington Pride Admiral’s dam was sired by a Michigan bred son of Montivic Rag Apple Chief. It was Michigan that Rainbow Sir Rose, the sire of the 97-point Harborcrest Rose Milly was 68 - 2018 NATIONAL HOLSTEIN CONVENTION
Michigan State Black and White Show in Lowell, just a few miles east of Grand Rapids. A.C. “Whitie” Thomson served as the judge and a fitting and showing contest was held for the juniors. A parade of cattle was held in the civic auditorium and the farewell banquet took place the evening before the convention sale and was highlighted with square dancing accompanied by two orchestras. Nineteen years later, the 1973 National Holstein Convention took place in Detroit and breeders on the eastern side of the state were the focus. E-L-V Apache Ranch in Lapeer was the Host Day farm where everyone enjoyed a BBQ, wagon rides, dancing and touring the magnificent herd. The Apache Ranch was the Home of the “Apache” Rag Apples, owned by E.L. Vesely, managed by Kent Mattson with Willard Schafer as his herdsman. Tours of the Ford Motor Plant and Henry Ford Museum were provided for Non-delegates while the juniors enjoyed a boat ride to the amusement park, Bob-Lo Island. The convention sale was held at the Michigan State Fairgrounds on the corner of the famed 8 Mile and Woodward. In 1981, the Amway Corporation purchased the Pantlind Hotel and restored it to its original opulence and added the Glass Tower. The Amway Grand Plaza was the center for the National Holstein
Convention in 1997 and in the words of Ohio Holstein Association President, Paul Haskins, it was a little “fancier hotel” than he was used to after traveling on the Ohio State University dairy judging team with coach Dr. Peter Spike. Great Lakes, Great Cows was the theme for this western shoreline focused convention and attendees enjoyed historical sights around Grand Rapids while others traveled to the opposite side of the state for a tour of Michigan’s German jewel, Frankenmuth. The 2018 National Holstein Convention will feature dairy farms in the McBain area as we tour Yonkman’s Dairy, Bosscher Dairy, Ber-Sher Farms and Hidden Hills Dairy. These progressive herds have adopted modern technology while improving their genetics to maintain their place on the timeline of forward progress. Pure Michigan promises a breathtaking bounty for the convention attendees while they enjoy a trip to Mackinac Island, time on Lake Michigan, tall ship sailing and wine tasting tours along the Leelanau Peninsula. The Michigan breeders of the oldest Holstein association in the nation, welcomes Holstein enthusiasts from coast to coast and around the world as they “Explore the Shore” of the Great Lakes State.
bred. And here is where Winterthur’s great sire King Posch Ormsby of Winterhtur and his sire DeCreamCo Calamity Posch were born and bred. Long-Haven Wayne Stephanie, LongHaven Gold Rochelle, Modik Elevation Ginger, Maizefield Bellwood, Zielland Zebo, Long-Haven Valiant Sally and the list goes on of influential Holsteins bred and developed in Michigan. The vision and tenacity of dairy producers from a century ago continues to have an impact today, not only for those in Michigan but for Holstein genetics throughout the world. John Buth said it best, “How different
would the breed be today without Michigan’s contribution? There still would be fine cattle. I do believe; however, Michigan has made them Just a little better.” This article was written with the help of several pieces of history written in National Holstein Convention Souvenir Programs from 1954, 1973 and 1997.
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600 Holstein Cows 30,800 Rolling Herd Average • 110 SCC We raise all our heifers Crop 1300 acres and haul our own milk
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Ripp-Co Braxton Dairy EX-94 2E 4-03 2x 365 36,640 3.2 1182 2.9 1076 Dams: 2E Damion x 2E-91 x VG-89 Formation x Mandel x EX-91 Blackstar x EX-94 Pete Dottie
Four generations of the Ripp-Co partnership between college roommates Corey Geiger and Rob Rippchen ~ Braxton Dairy was Supreme Champion of the 2017 Hoard’s Dairyman Cow Judging Contest and just went EX-94 in March. With a deep pedigree, Dairy is bred and owned in partnership with Rob Rippchen and she goes back to his first show calf. The four generations of living Ripp-Co oﬀspring starting with Dairy include: • Braxton Dairy - EX-94 at 6-08 • Sanchez Dinero - EX-91 at 4-09
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Our Headliner! S-S-I Platinm Marke 9050-ET
VG-88 +2397G 4/2018 2-00 3 326 29640 4.1% 1216 3.2% 936 3-00 3 365 36372 4.1% 1485 3.3% 1204 4-04 3 221 23222 4.2% 970 3.2% 733 inc. Pregnant and Due 8/17/18 at 5-03
Her daughter, Ten-Penny Modesty Markit, topped the 2018 Ohio Convention Sale @ $25,000! Five other daughters still in herd: +2301 to +2558G 4/2018
Our Rising Stars...
S-S-I Jedi Olympc 7247-P-ET nc +2348G 1-11 3x 133 13000M 3.5% 459F 2.9% 381P inc. “See me on Jedi’s page in Select’s Apr. 2018 bull book!”
Jaloda Bayonet Kathi VG-86 @ 2-02 +2348G 1-11 3x 194 20618M 3.8% 784F 2.9% 596P inc. “You may see me in BAYONET’s Photo Gallery!”
Also coming on strong: Ten-Penny Montross Darlina GP-83 @ 2-08 +2419G 2-03 3x 258 26872M 3.7% 982F 2.9% 770P inc
SCD-JC Montross Mellow-ET VG-86 @ 2-11 +2326G 2-00 3x 365 37515M 3.4% 1300F 3.0% 1112P
“Jean says this is a 4-H project run amok! “Ten-Penny” did start with our kids’ 4-H heifer projects in the 1980’s and expanded into a milking herd when I retired from Ohio State in 2004. The most-recently registered calf makes the 289th head accounted for and I continue to enjoy the challenge of dairy cattle breeding!”
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A 2017 Progressive Genetics Herd
106.4% BAA 80% Homebred Official Premier Herd ME Average (2017) 33 lact. 27,680M 3.8% 1,046F 3.1% 849P 2219 ave CTPI for 2017 Apr. 2018 DHI RHA: 54 cows 29,369M 3.8% 1,119F 3.1% 903P
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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS
We welcome everyone to the District 4 Holstein Show on Thursday, June 28 at Marathon Park. Be sure to visit the Marathon County Holstein Breeders’ Cheese Curd Stand at these summer events: Athens Fair - August 16-19 Edgar Steam Engine Show - August 24-26
Behling Family Dairy
Thank you to Sandy-Valley for donating the calf for the Junior Holstein raffle! Newest Addition to the Ded-Dit herd: Sandy-Valley KRoyal 6568-ET
TRAVIS & BROOKE BEHLING R238 Lovers Lane, Athens, WI 54411 • 715-210-5138
Doug Dittmar 6006 - 3 Birch Street, Schofield, WI 54476 715-571-0843
Gary Stankowski Owner
Home: 3860 Sugar Bush Rd. Mosinee, WI 54455 (715) 693-3197 Farm: 543 Hwy. S Mosinee, WI 54455 (715) 693-0799
Family-Affair Mogul Chica GP-82
Family-Affair SKB Jav Jingl GP-83
Housed at New-Day Dairy W/D Strack, Athens, WI • 715-257-7376
Mike & Linda King Kevin & June King
Visitors welcome by appointment
Dal-Ski Toystory Pnutbutter EX-92 7-03 365 39,272M 1449F 1074P
Stetzerlann Toystory Bonnie Looking forward to the 2018 show season!
EX-92 2E EX-95MS ~ 7 calves at 10-00
We are excited about our just fresh 2 and 3-year-olds from our foundation families sired by Sid and Guthrie!
Don, Jenna, Malayna, Kendra & Kase Fahey Merrill, WI 715-537-0820 [email protected]
David & Paulette Lemanski
Devin, Alex & Danielle 715-352-3382 [email protected] 3475 Cardinal Lane, Marathon, WI 54448 Visitors Welcome
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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS
4 daughers of Har-Dale-Acres-JP-Pride-ET
Fred, Lynne & Matt Harder
Call Milkyhill Cattle Sales for rates. Contact ED mielke 715-574-2931
Family Matters! A Grass-Based dairy farm with Strong Cow Families Sam & Jenn Zimmermann Mason, Adelle, Neah & Garrison E2259 County Rd. Q, Ringle, WI 54471 Cell: 715-218-8619
Registered Holstein and Brown Swiss calves available now through the end of the year. Clark County Junior Champion Brown Swiss 2017 sold off the farm at only 2 weeks old!
Jebstarr - Family Farm
Jim & Deb Ploeckelman & Family 5930 Silver Leaf Rd., Athens, WI 54411 715.257.9060 Joey - 715.297.5974
FKK-GOLD Bremer Hilda-ET New-Day Corvette Helga
Robert, Kena, Tanner, Emanuel & Evan Strack
Athens, WI | 715-680-1668 | [email protected] RHA: 108 cows 33,246M 1146F 1030P BAA:105.2%
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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS
Lifetime Production 17 cows in our 220 cow herd are over 200,000 lbs. with 2 over 300,000 lbs.
Langs-Twin-B Option 5330-ET
+2684G +1499M +52F +51P +768NM +7.4PL +131FE +3.34T +2.90UDC +2.08FLC
Headlined by: Nor-Way-Pete Blitz Emmy 4E-91 11-08 33,991 1316 1001 - finished with over 370,000 lifetime to date - due August 1 to Doorman Nor-Way-Pete Outside Joey VG-86 - over 300,000 & still milking 140 lbs./day - her dam made over 400,000 lifetime
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Her Dam: Langs-Twin-B Mont 5165-ET VG-87 VG-MS at 2-05 +2504G (by Monterey) 2-00 2x 291 25,870 3.8 976 3.2 823 2nd Dam: Langs-Twin-B Daddy 4976-ET VG-87 VG-MS 3-08 2x 365 36,690 3.0 1100 3.1 1140 3rd Dam: Langs-Twin-B Adora-ET VG-88 DOM 4th Dam: Langs-Twin-B C-S Ashlyn-ET EX-90 GMD DOM 5th Dam: Ralma Finley C-F Chuckle-ET EX-90 GMD DOM
1751 Cherry Drive, Eland, WI 54427 2/18 RHA: 3x 29,278 3.83 1122 3.01 881 Chad & Andy Peterson, owners 715-302-0482 Visitors Always Welcome!
Floyd & Lloyd Baumann
Now over 200,000 lifetime! Owned by: Thomas & Florine Bunkelman Brooke, Brent & Brodie
We’re excited for this year’s show season!
Hearts-Ease Atwood Andie EX-90
Mission-Bell Baxter Diandra EX-90 2E Tomkins Raff Elegant
~ fresh in February with a Diamondback heifer ~ Last test: 130 lbs. with 3.8% fat
3rd & 1st B&O Winter Yearling, MW Fall National
Her dams: EX-93 2E Boss Iron, EX-93 2E Outside, EX-92 4E Broker, EX-91 2E Astro Jet, EX-92 3E Jetstar and EX-94 6E Milu
Oakfield Dback Lolita-ET 2nd Summer Yearling, MW Fall National
F4680 Walnut Rd., Edgar, WI 54426 Ph.: 715-581-6460 E-mail: [email protected]
HOLSTEINS Hank, Shannon, Gabe & Jonah Boschma Athens, WI 715-205-7303
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MARATHON COUNTY HOLSTEIN BREEDERS Her granddaughters try to beat her...
Lafonda’s Rubicon daughter Fustead Rubicon Lavon-ET
Fustead S-S-I Solution-ET
~ by Apoll P Red, Thank you and good luck to Brandon Pankratz who bought Toast’s Doorman calf in the Purple Ribbon Sale!
By September we will have 20 young cows for sale - give us a call! John & Tineke Boschma H4370 Townline Rd., Colby, WI 54421 PH: 715-223-0534 Fax: 715-223-1114 E-Mail: [email protected] RHA: 55 cows 24,000M 1014F 788P BAA: 107.8%
Our Newest Addition
Fustead Oak Lafonda
Now Excellent!! L-L-M-Dairy Salvatore Droid EX-90 EX-MS at 4-02 2-01 2x 277 25,670 3.7 961 3.1 792 3-01 2x 271 29,610 3.9 1157 3.0 903 4-01 2x 68 7,064 3.3 234 3.1 216 inc.
Rosedale Crown of Thorns EX-91 2E 4-05 2x 334 30,310 3.7 1135F 3.3 1013 Sanchez x Redrose EX-96 4E We have Crown’s Diamondback winter calf, Ms Rosedale Crown of Diamonds, here at the farm and we’re looking forward to flushing Crown of Thorns to bulls such as Avalanche, Lotus and Solomon. Inquiries are welcome!
Wayne, Samantha & Justin Giese
Droid is a cow we love to work with. She is very efficient and very fancy with an awesome pedigree. We currently have daughters by Heisenburg and Slamdunk. If you are currently looking for some fancy 2-year-olds, give us a call! Leon & Lyle Matthiae E916 Hwy. Q Ringle, WI 54471 715-297-8485 Leon 715-297-8483 Lyle www.llmdairy.com Visitors always welcome
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Traverse Colantha Walker April 29, 1916 –January 8, 1932 Traverse Colantha Walker was a world record holding Holstein. Born on the grounds of the Traverse City State Hospital on April 29, 1916 she held a Life time record of 200,114M 7,525F over nine lactations. The State of Michigan operated the Traverse City State Hospital from 1885-1993. At the turn of the twentieth century, State hospitals owned a dairy herd to supplement their patient’s nutritional needs. Traverse Colantha Walker was in the herd during the heyday of the Traverse City State Hospital as one of the best institutional herds in the country. In 1929, the Traverse City State Hospital took a show string to the Michigan State Fair in Detroit and competed against other State institutional herds. These herds did not compete against Michigan Holstein breeders and instead of a cash prize they were awarded champion banners. Today, most of the barns are gone that mark any existence of the herd. However Traverse Colantha Walker rests under her granite gravestone overlooking the beautiful sale thankGrand you ad_Layout 5/21/18 10:11 PM Page Traverse1 Bay and the pastures she1 once grazed.
e would like to thank all the buyers who purchased animals at our our complete herd dispersal. Cattle went to Michigan, Utah, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin. We wish everyone who purchased animals all the best with their new cow families. Also a big thanks to all who helped us get ready for the sale and a special thank you to Scott and Amy Courtney Sales for managing the sale. hank you to all of our family and friends for making our Friday Night Celebration Party an evening we will remember and cherish forever. Steve and Kay
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Wisconsin Holstein Association 902 8th Ave., Baraboo, WI 53913 Phone (608) 356-2114 • Fax (608) 356-6312 1-800-223-4269 To Advertise: P.O. Box 49, Lancaster, WI 53813 Phone (608) 723-4933 • Fax (608) 723-4973 e-mail: [email protected]
www.wisholsteins.com WISCONSIN HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION STAFF: Laura Wackershauser, Editor/Advertising Manager Mara Budde, Communications Associate WISCONSIN HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION BOARD MEMBERS: Craig Carncross, President - Lodi, 608-592-2560 Heather Jauquet, Vice President - Pulaski, 920-371-7511 Erica Ullom, Secretary - Bloomer, 715-933-0477 Steve Endres, Executive Committee - Waunakee, 608-279-5952 Bryan Stremcha, Executive Committee - Bangor, 608-790-1925 Bob Cramer Jr. - Juda, 608-558-7775 Sara Feldmann - Howards Grove, 920-980-9704 Joseta Halbur - Eden, 715-821-9672 Craig Krohlow - Black Creek, 920-639-5388 Pam Selz-Pralle - Humbird, 715-334-3434 Sherry Siemers-Peterman - Cleveland, 920-946-0123 Ryan Weigel - Platteville, 608-434-4109
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OHIO HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION 2018-2019 COMMITTEES * denotes committee chairman
ANNUAL MEETING *Julie Renner Lamar Liming Lisa Mangun Chad Griffith Bobby Hart Melissa Hart Lou Brown Gary Kibler, Jr Tom Thorbahn
BUILDING *Ryan Welch Jon Miley Lisa Mangun FINANCE *Lisa Mangun Judy Wolford Dick Indoe Julie Renner Ken Janes Chris Sayers Jim Sheffield Brandon Price Tom Thorbahn Chris Phillips Paul Haskins Anne Cole
BREED IMPROVEMENT *Paul Haskins Scott Sprunger Tony Broshes Marvin Steinke Lamar Liming Kristy Ackley BUCKEYE BREED BUILDER *Jim Ray Duane Logan Tom Thorbahn Adam Whiteleather Ethan Steiner Dick Indoe Phillip topp Lawrence Whiteleather Rudy Kiko Dean Zimmer Charlie Henry Dave Klingensmith
MEMBERSHIP *Ken Janes Angi Kaverman John & Ruth Polchin Dave Gunkelman Bobby Hart All Board Members
OHIO HOLSTEIN NEWS *Chris Sayers *Greg Conrad Melissa Hart Bill Indoe Ray Twining Barb Lumley Pete Spike Katey Lora Lisa Mangun Amy Miley Joe Turon Annie Specht Chris Lang NOMINATING *Dallas Rynd Joe Miley John Hartline Nancy Kemp Terry Stammen Randall Kiko PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT *Bill Indoe Regina Berg Joe Cole Jason Whiteleather All Committee Chairs PDCA *Steve Moff Angi Kaverman
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RESOLUTIONS *John Hartline Barb Lumley Marvin Steinke Jim Sheffield Suzanne Lora SALES *Randall Kiko *Barb Lumley *Bill IndoeKen Janes Dave Gunkelman Ted Renner Paul Haskins Curtis Bickel Pete Spike Jeneva Auble Ben Simpson Chris Lahmers Jared Harding Nathan Steele Kurt Wolf Nate Steiner Ryan Welch Jennifer Fisher Chad Griffith John Lora Jason Miley Eric Topp Chris Lang Joe Miley
SHOWS *Steve Moff *Patrick Twining *Jim Ray Angi Kaverman Paul Haskins Cindy Howman Linda Beardsley Becky Barker Kristy Ackley Brian Lund Mary Lou Topp Adam Whiteleather Jason Miley Kari Micholovich Heather Yoder Eric Topp Steve Specht Tom Strasburg Jim Sheffield YOUTH *Tom Thorbahn *Paul Haskins Dave Gunkelman Allison Specht Jason Whiteleather Dallas Rynd & Judy Wolford JR & Angi Kaverman Marvin & Therese Steinke Nevin & Brenda L’Amoreaux Jeneva Auble
Ohio Holstein Marketing Buzz by Dave Gunkelman, OHA Marketing and Sales Manager Its Summer Time! It’s a great time of the year for Ohio Holstein breeders as we are prepping for our District Shows and the 2018 Ohio State Fair. We are also wrapping up our selections for the Ohio Holstein Summer Sale, which will be held at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster, Ohio on Friday August 10th at 7 pm, with a social hour starting at 6 pm. We have lots of exciting consignments, whether you are looking to put milk in the tank, or looking for the next great show pedigree, we have them, as well as some of our highest GTPI animals. I want to wish everyone a safe and successful summer with your family and friends as your traveling to district shows, county fairs, Ohio State Fair and the National Convention. Sincerely, Dave Gunkelman Director of Marketing & Member Services 330-464-3259 [email protected]
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District 13 Show, Shelby County Fairgrounds, Sidney, OH - contact Leslie Maurice ([email protected]) 15 Ohio Juniors - scholarship deadline for Ohio State Fair Scholarships 16 District 3 Show, Tuscarawas County Fairgrounds, Dover, OH - contact Jared Harding ([email protected]) & Nathan Steel (330260-0626) 18 District 5 Show,Pickaway County Fairgrounds, Circleville, OH - contact Tom Blue (740-207-6235) 23 District 1 & 2 Show, Columbiana County Fairgrounds, Lisbon, OH - contact Steve Moff (614-205-7179) 29-July 3 National Holstein Convention, Traverse City, MI
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District 7 Show (5:30 pm), Wayne County Fairgrounds, Wooster, OH - contact Allison Janes (330-749-5114) District 11 Show, fairgrounds, Bellefontaine, OH - contact Kristy Ackley (937-935-8213) Trumbull County Dairy Judging Contest District 15 Show, fairgrounds, Wilmington, OH - contact Curtis Bickel (937-728-0174) & Chad Griffith ([email protected]) State Fair Skillathon for Week 1 OHIO NEWS
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State Fair Dairy Judging Contest for Week 1 Ohio State Fair Holstein Jr. Show, 9 am, Columbus, OH National Holstein Futurity, 7 pm, Columbus, OH Mid-East Summer National Holstein Show, 9 am, Heifers & Dry Cows, Columbus, OH Mid-East Summer National Holstein Show, 10:30 am Cow Classes, Columbus, OH Red and White Open Show, 8:30 am, Columbus, OH District 12 Show, Auglaize County Fair, Wapakoneta, OH - contact Lou Brown (419-629-2570)
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OHA Summer Sale, Wyane County Fairgrounds, Wooster, OH District 8 Show, Lorain County Fair, Wellington, OH - contact Patrick Twining (440-429-7273)
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OHIO HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION
2018 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Ohio Holstein Association Officers President: Paul Haskins 419-618-4028 Vice President: William Indoe 330-608-9770
Secretary: Ethan Steiner 330-465-0622 Treasurer: Lisa Mangun 330-435-6520
District 1 Gary Kibler 330-770-8014
District 7 Scott Sprunger 330-465-0622
District 11 Kristy Ackley 937-666-5502
District 2 Rod Campbell 330-862-2028
District 7 Joe Miley 330-263-7814
District 12 Kurt Topp 330-464-4960
District 3 Steve Specht 330-343-1158 District 4 Jen Bouton 740-507-8271
District 8 Ryan Welch 419-651-5281 District 9 Joe Cole 740-396-0454
Disctrict 13 Open District 14 Eric Topp 419-953-3427
District 5 Dallas Rynd 740-207-5005
District 10 Dan Morlock 419-265-5771
District 15 Donald Bickel 937-218-2697
ABBOTT, TIM, 22, Borderview Genetics, 2593 East Sheldon Rd, Enosburg, VT, 05450, 802-238-1142 ACKER, MARK & SHAWN, 07, Acker Dairy Farms Ltd, 13280 Blough Rd, Sterling, OH, 44276, 330-317-6655 ACKERMAN, BEN, 09, Ackerman Farms, 5554 Cook Rd, New Washington, OH, 44854, [email protected] gmail.com, 419-492-2414 ACKLEY, KATHY & JAY, 11, Ack-Lee Registered Holsteins, 9256 Rd 141, East Liberty, OH, 43319, [email protected], 937-666-2122 ADAMS, ANTHONY W., 12, 2150 St Anthony Rd, Coldwater, OH, 45828, 419-942-1727 ADAMS, JEREMY & CINDY HOWMAN, 13, Express Show Cattle, 5077 S Kennard Rd, Urbana, OH, 43078, [email protected], 937-206-9890, 937206-8402 ALDEN, NOEL & KATE, 04, Alden Farms, 24499 Colopy Rd, Danville, OH, 43014, [email protected], 740-501-5451 ALGER, DAVID W. & RICHARD, 01, Grac-Glen Farm, 7420 SR 44, Ravenna, OH, 44266, 330-297-5375 ALLEY, SUE, 08, 24205 Smith Rd, Wellington, OH, 44090 AMSTUTZ, AARON, 07, 7757 Bechtel Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, [email protected], 330-439-3312 AMSTUTZ, ARTHUR, 07, Arlo-Acres, 8536 McQuaid Rd, Orrville, OH, 44667, 330-682-4131, 330-4640221, 330-682-4131 ANDERSON, GRAYSON, 02, PO Box 217, Damascus, OH, 44619 ANDREAS, DAN, LOIS, MATT & ANGEL, 03, Andreas Farms, 446 Ragersville Rd SW, Sugarcreek, OH, 44681, [email protected], 330-852-4364, 330827-8707, 330-852-4156 ANDREWS, MATT, 14, Dream Land Dairy, 4150 Tawawa Maplewood, Sidney, OH, 45365, [email protected] woh.rr.com, 937-538-6811 - Matt, 937-538-6879 - Diane ANDREWS, STEVE, 07, Andrews Auctioneers, 5107 S Jefferson Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, 330-262-9162, 330465-8498, 330-262-5939 AUBLE, JENEVA, 08, U-Dean Farms, 445 CR 700, Polk, OH, 44866, 419-908-5352 BAIRD, MERVIN W., 03, 63229 Salem Rd, Salesville, OH, 43778 BAKER, ROGER, 07, Baker’s Acres, 6609 Ashland Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, 330-264-1317, 330-621-1609 BALLWEG, DOUGLAS R., 14, Ballweg Farms, 7500 Botkins Rd, Botkins, OH, 45306, 419-753-2589, 419753-2589 BALLWEG, ROBERT J., 14, Ballweg Farms, 7500 Botkins Rd, Botkins, OH, 45306, 419-753-2589
BANDY, MATT & MARK, 02, 6881 Lowmiller Rd, Minerva, OH, 44657, 330-446-0117 BANKEY, DEREK & LANDON, 09, 7411 Milton Rd, Custar, OH, 43511, [email protected], 419308-8627 BARDALL, MARK, 03, MNJ Holsteins, 6348 SR 342, Tippecanoe, OH, 44699, [email protected], 740-229-0149 BARDALL, RICHARD T., 03, Rich-Mar Farm, 26485 Norris Rd, Tippecanoe, OH, 44699, 740-658-3479 BARKMAN, MAHLON, 03, May Bark Farms, 2711 TR 166, Sugarcreek, OH, 44681, 330-852-0082 BAUMAN, JEREMY, 07, Bauman Farms, 9743 Pleasant Home Rd, Sterling, OH, 44276, [email protected], 330-208-3289 BEACHY, DALE E., 07, Martins-Creek Farm, 6234 CR 203, Millersburg, OH, 44654, 330-674-9313 BEACHY, STEVEN R, 03, Ste-Mar Holsteins, 1601 CR 168, Dundee, OH, 44624, 330-893-3930 BEAMER, KENNETH, 09, 8366 CH 128, Upper Sandusky, OH, 43351, 419-927-2888, 419-310-1417 BEARDSLEY, JIM, 02, Beardsley’s Holsteins, PO Box 217, Damascus, OH, 44619, 330-446-0009 BEARDSLEY, LINDA L, 08, Franmar Farms Inc, 6395 Branch Rd, Medina, OH, 44256, 330-618-0995 BECK, BRIAN, 02, Witmer’s Feed & Grain Inc, 1450 Manor Dr, Salem, OH, 44460, 330-332-0188, 330692-6922 BEERY, ADRIAN S, 07, Heritage Dairy LLC, 11154 Steiner Rd, Rittman, OH, 44270, [email protected] com, 330-464-0353 BENNETT, TODD, 02, 24192 Georgetown Rd, Homeworth, OH, 44634 BENSON, RICHARD L., 01, Whitetail Glen Farm, 6023 Center Rd, Conneaut, OH, 44030, 440-228-8128 BERG, CATHY, 08, Berg Farms, 3056 Parsons Rd, Bellville, OH, 44813, [email protected], 419-886-2871 BERG, PETER, 08, Berg Farms, 3056 Parsons Rd, Bellville, OH, 44813, [email protected], 419-886-2871 BERG, REGINA, 08, Berg Farms, 3114 Parsons Rd, Bellville, OH, 44813, [email protected], 419-5714981 BERG, WALTER, 08, Berg Farms, 3114 Parsons Rd, Bellville, OH, 44813, [email protected], 419-5714982 BERGMAN, WILFRED V., 12, 1008 Kremer Rd, Maria Stein, OH, 45860 BERTKE, DAMON, 12, Stein-Way Dairy, 6332 Ft Recovery-Minster Rd, Maria Stein, OH, 45860, damon. [email protected], 419-953-8818 BESANCON, WILLIAM, 07, Wil-San Farm, 5693 Back Orrville Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, 330-466-4870
BEYELER, MARION, 07, 665 West Main St, Dalton, OH, 44618, [email protected], 330-347-3988 BICKEL, CURTIS, 15, 529 S Walnut, Wilmington, OH, 45177, [email protected], 937-728-0174 BICKEL, DONALD, 15, New Horizon, 1506 Hodson Rd, New Vienna, OH, 45159, [email protected], 937-218-2697 BICKEL, JACKIE, 15, New Horizon, 1506 Hodson Rd, New Vienna, OH, 45159, [email protected], 513300-7291 BODEY, MICHAEL W, 13, Mi-Kar Farm, 5912 E SR 29, Urbana, OH, 43078, 937-653-8401 BOES, EUGENE, 09, Gene Boes Dairy, 16132 CH 53, Upper Sandusky, OH, 43351, 419-273-2247 BOHLEN, RONALD & BARB, 03, Bohlen’s Dairy Farm, 360 Cow Run Rd, Marietta, OH, 45750, [email protected] yahoo.com, 740-473-1257, 740-350-4931 BOOTH, DAVID & TAMMY, 03, 6090 Germano Rd, Carrollton, OH, 44615 BORCHERS, ALAN & GREG, 11, Sugar Knoll Holsteins, 5975 TR 23, Lewistown, OH, 43333, [email protected], 937-596-6772, 937-726-1805 BOSS FARM LLC, 07, Boss Farm LLC, 13655 Gearhart Rd, Burbank, OH, 44214, [email protected], 330464-0373 BOUIC, FRANK ALLEN, 11, 9404 Hinton Mill Rd, Ostrander, OH, 43061, [email protected], 740-6662161, 740-666-2516 BOUIC, ROB, 11, Arlosy Inc, 8900 SR 38, Milford Center, OH, 43045, [email protected], 937-243-0315 BOUTON, AARON & JEN, 04, Kokosing Farms LLC, 12138 Green Valley Rd, Mt Vernon, OH, 43050, [email protected], 740-507-8271, 740-5077772 BOWEN, STEVE, 12, Ren-Bow, 5934 VW Mercer Co Line Rd, Rockford, OH, 45882, 419-203-5514 BOWMAN, ROBERT D, 02, Nordo Farms, 3999 Pigeon Run Rd, Massillon, OH, 44647 BOWMAN, TERRY L, 04, Bowmans Dairy Farm, 2566 Blacks Rd, Hebron, OH, 43025, [email protected], 740-928-4139 BRICKER, TOD A, 02, Bricker Dairy Farm, 1983 Newgarden Rd, Salem, OH, 44460 BRICKER, TODD, 02, Bricker Farms, 1648 N Lincoln Ave, Salem, OH, 44460 BRIGHTBILL-GEM HILL FARMS LLC, 08, 511 TR 3050, Loudonville, OH, 44842, 419-651-8247 BRILL, RICHARD, 08, Brill-View Farms, Inc, 47074 Whitney Rd, Wellington, OH, 44090, [email protected] com, 440-647-2445, 440-773-4203, 440-647-5579 BRILL, ROBERT, 08, 48031 SR 303, Wellington, OH, 44090, 440-309-8440
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2018 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY BROSHES, TONY, 13, Stan-Mar-Dale Holsteins, 3516 Flatfoot Rd, Urbana, OH, 43078, 937-652-3840, 937652-3363 BROWN, ALAN, 12, 08713 SR 364, New Bremen, OH, 45869, [email protected] , 419-629-2146 BROWN, KENNETH W., 07, 4032 E Easton Rd, Creston, OH, 44217, 330-435-4130 BROWN, LOU, 12, Brownhaven Farm, 07535 SR 364, New Bremen, OH, 45869, 419-628-2570, 567-6445448 BROWN, MARVIN D., 03, OK Haven Farm, 3386 Henderson School Rd, New Philadelphia, OH, 44663, [email protected], 330-343-8407 BROWN, MITCHELL, 12, 08713 SR 364, New Bremen, OH, 45869, 419-629-2146 BROWN, TONY, 12, Brownhaven Farm, 07535 SR 364, New Bremen, OH, 45869 BRUGLER, GLENN R., 01, Ridge-Dell Holsteins, LLC, 7827 Hayes-Orangeville Rd, Burghill, OH, 44404, 330772-5361, 330-306-8306 BRUGLER, RUTH E, 01, Ridge-Dell Holsteins, LLC, 7827 Hayes-Orangeville Rd, Burghill, OH, 44404, 330-772-5361 BRYANT, BOB, 08, 686 Butternut Pl, Mansfield, OH, 44903, 419-496-0531, 419-496-0532 BUCKEYE CAREER CENTER, 03, 545 University Drive NE, New Philadelphia, OH, 44663 BURKHOLDER, IVAN W, 08, Clarity-View, 1769 Noble Rd W, Shiloh, OH, 44878, 419-896-2061 BURKHOLDER, JASON B, 08, Breezy Knoll Holsteins, 1274 Lattimer Rd, Shiloh, OH, 44878, 419-895-9966, 419-895-9966 BURKHOLDER, JONAS U., 03, Old Road Farms, 2699 TR 406, Sugarcreek, OH, 44681, 330-893-3195 BUSCHUR, PAT, JAKE, JIM, STEVE & ANDY, 14, Plain-Knoll Holsteins, 14393 Johnson Rd, New Weston, OH, 45348, [email protected], 419336-8812, 937-423-7108 BUTLER, ANDY, 01, Andrew Gordon Butler Dairy LLC, 6766 Stoddard Hayes Rd, Farmdale, OH, 44417, 330-924-2171 CALDWELL DAIRY FARMS, 03, Caldwell Dairy Farms, 90208 Blue Ridge Rd, Bloomingdale, OH, 43910, [email protected], 740-381-9730, 740-946-1883 CALL, ALFRED L., 13, Call-Del Farm, 11154 Huntington Rd, South Charleston, OH, 45368, 937-462-7285 CALL, BRIAN, 13, Call-Del Farm, 11050 Huntington Rd, South Charleston, OH, 45368, [email protected], 937206-1398 CAMPBELL BROS., INC., 02, 3821 Union Ave NE, Homeworth, OH, 44634, [email protected], 330821-5696 , 330-257-8308 CAMPBELL, DUSTIN, 02, Campbell Bros, Inc., 4105 Mahoning Ave NE, Homeworth, OH, 44634, 330-5257093 CAMPBELL, ROD, 02, Campbell Bros, Inc., 3399 Union Ave NE, Minerva, OH, 44657, [email protected] com, 330-862-2028, 330-257-8308 CAREY, BROOKE, 22, 176 Carey Lane, Titusville, PA, 16354, 814-827-7797 CARLE, SCOTT, 02, J-Car Farms, 9157 Rochester Rd, East Rochester, OH, 44625, [email protected], 330-894-2390, 330-428-3576 CARMONY, STANLEY, 07, Carmony Farms Ltd, 8573 Canaan Center Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, [email protected] aol.com, 330-345-9105, 330-621-1358, 330-345-9405
CARROLLTON FFA, 03, 252 3rd St NE, Carrollton, OH, 44615, 330-627-7606 CARTER, BRADLEY, 07, Neueway Holsteins, 2967 SW Lebanon Rd, Dalton, OH, 44618, [email protected] com, 330-828-0821, 330-465-1439, 330-828-8821 CLARK, SETH, 07, Merck Animal Health, 18161 Hackett Rd, Dalton, OH, 44618, [email protected], 330-465-2728 CLARK, THOMAS R, 01, Clark North Farm, 7370 SR 534, West Farmington, OH, 44491, 330-889-2713 CLARKE, ROBERT D., 03, Clarkehills Farm, 10204 Blizzard Ridge Rd, Uhrichsville, OH, 44683 CLINE, HAROLD & MARIE, 09, 3094 Baird Rd, Fostoria, OH, 44830, 419-435-5977 CLINE, MARK, 09, 5453 SR 199, Fostoria, OH, 44830 CLINE, PHILLIP, 09, Mawil, 5475 McCutchenville Rd, Fostoria, OH, 44830, 419-619-3561 COBLENTZ, MARVIN, 07, 992 US 62, Wilmot, OH, 44689, 330-359-5570 COFFMAN, MIKE, 03, Coffman Farms Inc., 960 Coffman Rd, Marietta, OH, 45750, [email protected] com, 740-374-3116, 740-516-6768 COLE, ANNE, 09, Longacre Farms Inc & Bucks Pride, LLC, 4174 Lincoln Way, Bucyrus, OH, 44820, [email protected], 419-561-0902 COLE, DUANE T, 01, 8105 SR 609, Burghill, OH, 44404, [email protected], 440-724-1587, 440-599-9170 COLLETT, ROBERT & SUSAN, 07, Sand Run Farm, 7629 CR 68, Millersburg, OH, 44654 CONGLETON, MIKE, 03, BELHI Holsteins, 159 Emmaus Rd, Belpre, OH, 45714, [email protected], 740423-9679, 740-336-4484 CONNOR, DVM, MS. DR. JOSEPH, 09, Silver Creek Dairy, LLC, 15681 SR 67, Forest, OH, 45843, [email protected], 419-673-0069, 419-673-2223 CONRAD, DON L. & JOYCE, 05, Conrad Farm, 13205 Clarksburg Pike, New Holland, OH, 43145, 740-4955124 CONRAD, GREGORY A., 05, Conrad Farm, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New Holland, OH, 43145, [email protected], 740-495-5067, 740-572-1058 CONRAD, MACY, 05, Conrad Farm, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New Holland, OH, 43145, 740-505-8914 CONRAD, MIKAYLA, 05, Conrad Farm, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New Holland, OH, 43145, 740-505-8911 CONRAD, RICK & DAVE, 08, Conrad Farms LLC, 19900 Indian Hollow Rd, Grafton, OH, 44044 CONROY, PAT, 22, 7880 E 100 N, Angola, IN, 46703, 260-402-4494 COOK, KEVIN, 02, Midway-Crest Farm, 41411 SR 558, Leetonia, OH, 44431, 330-429-5832 COOK, RONALD R., 02, Midway-Crest Farm, 4349 Bunkerhill Rd, Leetonia, OH, 44431, 330-692-8201 COPE, GRANT, 02, Breezy-Knoll Farm, 4675 Depot Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, 330-423-2323 CORLL, ADAM, 02, 19070 Center St, North Benton, OH, 44449, 330-429-7694 CORNISH, MEGAN L, 08, 2572 Edwards Rd, North Fairfield, OH, 44855, [email protected], 419752-6293, 419-681-0975 CORNISH, JR, DAVID, 08, 2572 Edwards Rd, North Fairfield, OH, 44855, [email protected] , 419-752-6293, 440-387-1251 CRIST, STEVE, 02, Crist Dairy Farms, 5200 Rochester Rd, Homeworth, OH, 44634, [email protected] com, 330-525-7747, 330-257-1206
CROSSGROVE, ROGER D., 10, 5J Acres, 22139 CR V, Archbold, OH, 43502, [email protected], 419-9061201 CUMMINGS, TIM, 14, Seven Gables Farm, 6999 Johnston Slagle Rd, Sidney, OH, 45365, 937-492-0362, 937726-2664 DALESSANDRO DVM, ANTHONY R., 12, Nettle Creek Jerseys, 4958 US 35N, Richmond, IN, 47374, [email protected], 765-935-2373, 765-993-4993, 765-939-0087 DAVIDSON, TIM, 11, Ladson View Farm, 504 S Carlisle St, Quincy, OH, 43343, [email protected], 937585-6014, 937-974-2900, 937-585-6014 DAVIES, KRISTEN, 07, 6419 Buss Rd, Apple Creek, OH, 44606, [email protected], 330-466-2500 DEAM, NEIL, 03, Deam’s Hoof Care, 9843 Golf Course Rd NW, Sugarcreek, OH, 44681, [email protected], 330-763-1405 DEETZ, BILL, 03, Four Pines Farm Ltd, 8115 Roy Andrews Rd NW, Sugarcreek, OH, 44681, cowzrus5. [email protected], 330-852-0370, 330-432-0694 DENHAM, RAY, 08, Denham Farms, 19601 Vermont St, Grafton, OH, 44044, 440-355-5768, 216-513-4013 DENMAN, DAVIS, 01, Denmandale Farms, 3155 Irishtown Southworth, Cortland, OH, 44410, 330-6386222 DICKE, DARBY & AMY, 13, Hilltop Farms Inc, 1613 Hilltop Rd, Xenia, OH, 45385, [email protected], 937-307-8409 DIEDRICK BROTHERS, 08, Diedrick Brothers, 45302 SR 303, Wellington, OH, 44090, 440-213-5744 DORIA, LESLEY & SAM, 13, Stan-Mar-Dale Holsteins, 370 Edgewood, Perrysburg, OH, 43551 DOTTERER, MARK, RICHARD & MATTHEW, 07, RMD Dairy Farm Ltd, 10152 Easton Rd, Rittman, OH, 44270, 330-414-7901 DOTTERER, MICHAEL, 08, 3795 Heathery Circle, Medina, OH, 44256, [email protected], 330-465-6615 DOUGLASS, JOHN, 07, Catalpadale Dairy/Bristol Dairy, 14981 Fox Lake Rd, Marshallville, OH, 44645, [email protected].net, 330-855-2623 DOWNERD, JOYCE, MARK & MELISSA, 11, Shadyview Farms, 994 Newmans Cardington Rd W, Prospect, OH, 43342, 740-251-7344 DUROW, ANDREW, 08, Centerra Co-Op, 813 Clark Ave, Ashland, OH, 44805, [email protected] com, 330-217-0335 DYE, DOUGLAS S., 02, Quality Quest Holsteins, 27863 Shoemaker Rd, Beloit, OH, 44609, [email protected], 330-581-7603 DYE, EVAN S, 02, Quality Quest Holsteins, 27863 Shoemaker Rd, Beloit, OH, 44609, [email protected], 330-680-2338 DYE, JONATHAN, 02, 3689 Sycamore St, Beloit, OH, 44609, [email protected], 330-581-2410 EBERHARD, RON & BRUCE, 11, Business & Estate Planning Services Unlimited, P.O. Box 458 1531 EberLea Vista, Grove City, OH, 43123, [email protected], 614-871-0114, 614-871-1157 EBERLY, DUANE, 07, Eberly Farms, 8058 W Smithville Western, Wooster, OH, 44691, [email protected] com, 330-466-6095 ELSASS, JEREMY W, 12, Quietcove Holstein Farm, 17932 Freyburg-East Rd, Wapakoneta, OH, 45895, [email protected]/[email protected] gmail.com, 419-738-4612, 419-552-0355
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2018 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY ELSASS, LOREN G, 12, Quietcove, 11230 Rupert Rd, Wapakoneta, OH, 45895, [email protected], 419-738-4831, 419-235-9198 EMMONS FARMS, 10, Emmons Farms, 15584 SH 108, Fayette, OH, 43521, 419-452-6764 EPPERLY, KELLY A, 14, 501 W Main, PO Box 131, Anna, OH, 45302 ERBSEN, JOHN, 22, Apple Partners, 10974 Benson Rd, Lanark, IL, 61046, 815-275-4990 ERVIN, JACK, 03, 28530 SR 124, Langsville, OH, 45741 ETGEN, TY, 12, Etgen-Way Holsteins, 9410 Sugar Creek Rd, Harrod, OH, 45850, 567-204-6310 EVANS, DAVID J & MICHAEL D., 03, Klami Reg Holsteins, 7163 Macaw Rd NW, Minerva, OH, 44657, 330-895-2250, 330-205-4049 FARM CREDIT MID AMERICA, 07, 382 W Liberty St, Wooster, OH, 44691, 330-264-2451, 330-262-9321 FARMERS NATIONAL BANK, 07, 20 South Broad St, Canfield, OH, 44406, [email protected] com, 330-702-8071 FINKE, RANDY & ELIZABETH, 13, Oakvale Farm LLC, 1285 SR 29 NE, London, OH, 43140, [email protected] gmail.com, 614-402-8364 FINTON, CLIFF, 03, Carlene Farms, 1436 Stonecreek Rd SW, New Philadelphia, OH, 44663, 330-340-2193 FISHER, DONALD, 13, Fisher Dairy, 5435 W Farrington Rd, Covington, OH, 45318, 937-473-2876, 937-216-7826, 937-473-2776 FISHER, JENNIFER, 03, Lumley Holsteins, 5151 Pinto Rd SE, Carrollton, OH, 44615, 330-324-5135 FISHER, PHILIP E., 12, 20835 SR 189, Ft Jennings, OH, 45844, 419-286-2864, 419-302-3148 FLEDDERJOHANN, CRAIG, 12, Canal View Farm, 04238 SR 219, St Marys, OH, 45885, 419-753-2134, 419-953-3487 FLEDDERJOHANN, MARK, 12, 8570 CR 219A, Celina, OH, 45822, 419-305-8076 FOX, BETH AND CHAD, 02, Never Done Dairy LLC, 7233 Fohl Rd SW, Navarre, OH, 44662, [email protected], 330-546-5758 FRASER, ANNE MARIE, 02, Buckeye-View Farm LLC, 632 S 12th St, Beloit, OH, 44609, 330-277-6660 GASSER, KRAIG, 07, Canaan Farms LLC, 2556 E Easton Rd, Creston, OH, 44217, 330-317-7688 GASSER, STEVE, 07, Gasser Farms, 2959 Pleasant Home Rd, Creston, OH, 44217, 330-465-5429 GEYER, RICHARD & ANITA AMBOS, 14, Trio Farms, Inc, 11511 Botkins Rd, Botkins, OH, 45306, 937-693-6562 GILBERT, STEVE, 07, Broad-Vue Holsteins, 1554 TR 35, Wooster, OH, 44691, [email protected] com, 419-869-7137, 330-231-8039 GILL, RALPH, 07, Golden Briar Farm, 7588 Back Orrville Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691 GINGERICH, BRUCE, 22, 13330 CR 42, Millersburg, IN, 46543, 574-536-3061 GLEISNER, BUD, 08, 144 CR 681, Sullivan, OH, 44880, 419-651-9388 GLEISNER, CHARLIE, 08, Shadeline Holsteins, 1540 Rome Greenwich Rd, Greenwich, OH, 44837, [email protected], 419-606-5143 GOWANLOCK, HEATHER, 02, Ouric Holsteins, 2135 Odema, Lima, OH, 45806 GRAVES, KENNETH & TONIA, 13, KayeBrook Farm, 3645 Church Rd, Urbana, OH, 43078, 937-652-3350, 937-605-5110
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GRESSER, IRVIN, 07, Ir-Ma-Vale Farm, 7585 Akron Rd, Sterling, OH, 44276, 330-669-3611, 330-347-5171 GRIFFITH, LARRY & CHAD, 15, Southern Hills Holsteins, 12146 Dairy Lane, Bethel, OH, 45106, 513-5435894, 513-543-2315 GROVE, JULI A, 03, Hardingdale Holsteins, 2213 Crooked Run Rd, New Philadelphia, OH, 44663, 330339-5389 GRUBE, MICHAEL & JANELLE, 08, 8300 Shiloh-Norwalk Rd, Shiloh, OH, 44878, 419-564-3265 GUNKELMAN, BRIAN, 08, B-Gunkelman Farms, 3411 Abbeyville Rd, Medina, OH, 44256, 330-725-2227, 330-350-2047 GUNKELMAN, DAVE, 07, TaG Holsteins, 2021 W Steiner Rd, Burbank, OH, 44214, [email protected], 330-464-3259 HANGE, DON, 07, 433 N Kurzen Rd, Dalton, OH, 44618, 330-465-1515 HARDING, EDNA, 03, 4364 Schilling Hill Rd NW, New Philadelphia, OH, 44663, [email protected], 330-339-5490, 330-243-4728 HARDING, LARRY & JARED, 03, Hardingdale Holsteins, 4447 Crooked Run Rd NW, New Philadelphia, OH, 44663, [email protected], 330-339-5389 HARDING, LOUISE, 03, Lou Har Holsteins, 4364 Schilling Hill Rd NW, New Philadelphia, OH, 44663, 330339-5490, 330-432-7430 HARPSTER, DAVE, DAN & DEAN, 08, Harpster Enterprises Ltd, 316 B US 250 E, Jeromesville, OH, 44840, 419-651-2343 HARRIS, PAUL, 01, 9554 Bainbridge Rd, Chagrin Falls, OH, 44023, 440-543-7587 HART, BOBBY & MELISSA, 22, 4520 Holcomb Rd, North Adams, MI, 49262, 517-398-1957 HARTLINE, ROBERT, JOHN & GALE, 03, Hartline Valley Farms, Inc., 735 Wagner Rd, Marietta, OH, 45750, 740-376-0147 HARTMAN, WAYNE E., 07, Hartman Dairy Farm Inc, 3918 Ogden Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, [email protected] hotmail.com, 330-465-7536 HARTSCHUH, ALLEN & DIANE, 09, Hartschuh Dairy Farm LLC, 1401 New Washington Rd, Bloomville, OH, 44818, 419-284-3721 HARTSCHUH, BRIAN, 09, 7875 Miller Rd, Bloomville, OH, 44818, [email protected], 419-8354170 HARTSCHUH, GREGORY S, 09, Dial Dairy Farm, 6348 Parks Rd, Sycamore, OH, 44882 HARTSCHUH, JASON, 09, 1401 New Washington Rd, Bloomville, OH, 44818, [email protected], 419-561-1216 HASKINS, PAUL R, 07, Rohaven Holsteins, 16998 Mishey Rd, Butler, OH, 44822, [email protected], 419-618-4028 HASKINS, ROBERT W., 04, Haskins Family Trust, 17219 Mishey Rd, Butler, OH, 44822, 740-694-0122 HASSEMAN JR, RUSSELL, 07, Marlu-Rusken Farm LLC, 930 Dalton Fox Lake Rd, Dalton, OH, 44618, 330-234-2929 HASTINGS, DUANE, 08, 107 CR 1100, West Salem, OH, 44287, 419-869-7360, 419-606-0996 HASTINGS, LAD & BRENDA, 01, Hastings Dairy, 13270 Stoney Springs Dr, Chardon, OH, 44024, [email protected], 440-635-0313 HAVENS, ERIC, 09, 4293 Tiffin Rd, Fremont, OH, 43420, 419-307-3758
HEGER, CAM & ALEX, 15, 5604 Cantawood Ln, Liberty Twp, OH, 45044, 513-646-6904 HEGER, CURT, 15, Future Manor Farm, 10131 CR 227, Camden, OH, 45311, 937-452-3606 HEGER, ROY, 15, Future Manor Farm, 221 S Liberty, Camden, OH, 45311, 513-907-0522 HEIN, JAKE, 12, 8109 Clover Four Rd, Celina, OH, 45822, 419-852-9126, 419-925-5106 HEIN, JAY, 12, Nor-J-Farms, 4103 CR 716A, Celina, OH, 45822, 419-852-9125, 419-925-5106 HEMPFLING, CHARLES J, 12, Hemsteads Holsteins LLC, 22161 Lincoln Hwy, Delphos, OH, 45833, 419236-6467 HENRICKS, RICHARD, 10, Henricks & Krieger, 14692 CR 16-3, Fayette, OH, 43521, 419-452-7285 HENRY, ANTON, 14, Indian Stone Farms LLC, 10726 Shaffer Rd, Versailles, OH, 45380, [email protected], 937-238-4960 HENRY, JOE, 14, Indian Stone Farms LLC, 10695 Wolf Rd, Versailles, OH, 45380, 937-238-4954 HENRY, MARK & JERROD, 11, Henry Farms, 9046 SR 287, West Liberty, OH, 43357, [email protected] , 937-747-3575, 937-539-0068 HENRY, STEVE P, 03, Lemuel Dairy Farm, 11744 Turkey Flat Rd SE, Uhrichsville, OH, 44683, 740-2549238 HERSHBERGER, CRAIG, 07, Ree-Kay Acres, 4976 CR 172, Sugarcreek, OH, 44681, [email protected], 330-204-3317 HERSHBERGER, JEFF, 07, 2051 SR 557, Baltic, OH, 43804, 330-897-0686 HERSHBERGER, LAMAR D, 07, 3765 SR 39, Millersburg, OH, 44654, 330-893-3263 HERSHBERGER, RENEE, 07, Ree-Kay Acres, 4990 CR 172, Sugarcreek, OH, 44681, [email protected] gmail.com, 330-204-6466 HINDS, KEVIN C., 03, 6443 Everhart Rd, Newcomerstown, OH, 43832, 614-205-7173 HINZ, BRUCE & JUSTIN, 22, 7759 Centerville Rd, Fillmore, NY, 14735, 585-567-2548, 585-689-0249 HIPPELY, FRED & SUSAN, 02, Hipalane Farms, 5250 McCann Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, [email protected], 330-222-1328, 330-853-3677 HIPPELY, ROBERT & LINDA, 02, Hippely Holsteins, 23675 Buck Rd, Alliance, OH, 44601, 330-823-2123 HOHMAN, MICHAEL, 02, Strouble Farms LTD, 5466 Werner Church Rd, North Canton, OH, 44721, 330575-7007 HOLTER, EDWARD, 06, Holter’s Holstein Farms, 34425 Dairy Lane, Pomeroy, OH, 45769, [email protected] com, 740-992-5158, 740-416-1478, 740-992-6667 HORNING, AARON Z, 08, Cedar Wood Farm, 1011 Crum Rd, Shiloh, OH, 44878, 419-895-1183 HORNING, ELVIN, 08, EK Sunrise Farm, 573 SR 511 N, Ashland, OH, 44805 HOSTETLER, LUKE, 07, 1821 Deerfield Ave NW, Dalton, OH, 44618, 330-828-0671, 330-495-0198 HOUYOUSE, KEVIN, 03, 5151 Pinto Rd SE, Carrollton, OH, 44615, 330-407-6966 HUDSON, CRAIG, 09, Hudson Farms, 1627 SR 100, Bucyrus, OH, 44820, [email protected], 419-563-0102, 419-834-0209 HUFF, BRENT, 03, Rock Point Farms LLC, 26714 TR 247, Newcomerstown, OH, 43832, [email protected], 740-498-8231, 740-502-1036 HUNSBERGER, MIKE, 07, Hunsberger Holsteins LLC, 8257 Aylsworth Rd, Shreve, OH, 44676, 330-317-3663
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2018 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY HUNSBERGER, ROD, 07, Gate-Way Holsteins LTD, 11250 CR 1, Shreve, OH, 44676, 330-317-4777 IAGER BROTHERS, 22, 11523 Liberty Rd, Frederick, MD, 21701, 301-706-0266 INDOE, RICHARD K, 08, Richman Farms, 7833 Richman Rd, Lodi, OH, 44254, [email protected], 330-608-8685, 330-948-1404 INDOE, TOM, 08, Richman Farms, 7900 Richman Rd, Lodi, OH, 44254, 330-571-4670 INDOE, TYLER, 08, 9296 Towpath Trail, Seville, OH, 44273 INDOE, WILLIAM, 08, Richman Farms, 8018 Richman Rd, Lodi, OH, 44254, 330-608-9770 JACKSON, GERALD, 08, 23834 SR 301, Wellington, OH, 44090, 330-600-0555 JACKSON, JUSTIN M, 08, Oakson Farms, 23834 SR 301, Wellington, OH, 44090, [email protected] com, 330-421-6838 JACKSON, RAY & COLLEEN, 11, Oakson-S Dairy, 8961 TR 207, Degraff, OH, 43318, [email protected], 937-585-5727, 937-597-9429 JANES, ALLISON, 07, 2519 S Jefferson Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, [email protected], 330-749-5114 JANES, KEN & KAYE, 07, 2519 S Jefferson Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, [email protected], 330-464-4134/330465-9363 JENKINS, RICHARD B, 13, Jenkins Farms, 5209 Dialton Rd, St Paris, OH, 43072, 937-964-1446 , 937-2441954 JENTES, ROBERT, 07, Blue Ridge Farms LLC, 1784 Jentes Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, 330-345-7840 JOHNSON, ALLEN, 07, 1191 S Wenger Rd, Dalton, OH, 44618, [email protected], 330-466-0709 JOHNSON, KATHY WHITELEATHER, 02, JF Farms LLC, 28240 Gilson Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, 330-2065653 JONES, LEWIS R, 05, 4336 Jeney Place, Grove City, OH, 43123, [email protected], 614-539-5848, 614580-0031 KAHL, VICTOR, 08, Kimber-Lane, 741 TR 1904, Ashland, OH, 44805, 419-368-7052 KAMPFER, KAREN, 02, Kampfer Farms, 17565 Fairview Ave, Beloit, OH, 44609, 330-428-5318 KAPPER, PAUL & LUKE, 02, Blue Spring Farm LLC, 14277 Marlboro Ave, Alliance, OH, 44601, [email protected] gmail.com KAVERMAN SR, JAMES R., 12, Jandi-K Farm, 5854 Wolfcale Rd, Convoy, OH, 45832, [email protected] net, 419-749-2503, 419-203-0555 KAVERMAN, JR & ANGI, 13, Call-Del Farm, 11142 Huntingon Rd, South Charleston, OH, 45368, [email protected]/[email protected], 614-203-2942 - JR, 419-203-1782 - Angi KEENE, JANICE, 22, 717 S Riverside Dr, #708, Memphis, TN, 38108, 614-506-4457 KEMP, JAMES & NANCY, 07, Windemere Farm, 8669 Myers Rd, West Salem, OH, 44287, 330-263-1756 KEMP, JOSH, 03, Lofty Meadow LLC, 43828 Belmont-Centerville Rd, Belmont, OH, 43718, [email protected], 740-359-9806 KEPNER, PETER D., 01, Box 96 , Hartford, OH, 44424, 330-772-4321 KERR, LISA, 08, Wil-O-Rae, 35 Burras Rd, North Fairfield, OH, 44855, [email protected], 419-606-0527 KIBLER, GARRY, 01, Kibler Dairy Farms Inc, 700 Brunstetter Rd, Warren, OH, 44481, 330-770-8014, 330-399-5797
KIKO JR, JAMES R & EVAN, 02, Kiko Farms PLL, 813 Fox Ave SE, Paris, OH, 44669, [email protected], 330-862-2134, J-330-806-5518/E-330-205-9354 KIKO SR, JAMES R, 02, Kiko Farms, 811 Fox Ave SE, Paris, OH, 44669, 330-862-3456 KIKO, RANDALL, 02, R&P Kiko Family Farms Ltd, 4729 Butler Grange Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, [email protected], 330-222-2220, 330-831-0174 KIKO, ROGER L, 03, Pleasant View Dairy, 4221 Kensington Rd, Carrollton, OH, 44615, 330-627-7098 KIKO, RUDY, 02, R&P Kiko Family Farms Ltd, 2850 McCann Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, 330-540-2416 KING, TONY, 13, TK-Plain-View, 1102 Mennonite Church Rd, West Liberty, OH, 43357, [email protected] com, 937-465-1550, 937-869-0672 KLINER, KALEB, 07, 33 Par Ave, West Salem, OH, 44287, 419-651-0386 KLINGENSMITH, DAVID, 01, Klingendale Farm, 6300 Nelson-Mosier Rd, Leavittsburg, OH, 44430, 330-8984436, 330-979-7685 KLINGENSMITH, JOHN, 01, Klingendale Farm, 6300 Nelson-Mosier Rd, Leavittsburg, OH, 44430, 330-2070696 KNAPP, CARL L, 08, Knappway Holsteins, 570 E Herrick, Wellington, OH, 44090, 440-647-2653 KNAPP, STEVE, 08, Knappway Holsteins, 24228 West Rd, Wellington, OH, 44090, 440-647-6104, 440-6696686 KNIGHT, KARL B. & NATHAN R, 01, Knighthaven Farm, 6744 SR 46 NE, Cortland, OH, 44410, 330-6384287 KNOLL, SCOTT, 08, Wil-O-Knoll Farm, 35 Burras Rd, North Fairfield, OH, 44855, [email protected], 419685-3979 KNOOP, HUGH E., 14, Futurama Farms, 8877 N Newhope Rd, Fletcher, OH, 45326, 937-368-2430 KNOOP, JEFFERY A., 14, Futurama Holsteins, 6750 Burr Oak New Hope Rd, Fletcher, OH, 45326, [email protected], 937-214-2321 KNOOP, JOSH, 14, Futurama Holsteins, 6195 N Bollinger Rd, Conover, OH, 45317, [email protected], 937-214-2322 KNOOP, KATHY, 14, Futurama Holsteins, 6750 Burr Oak New Hope Rd, Fletcher, OH, 45326, [email protected] yahoo.com, 937-214-2320 KOCH, BRUCE & RANDY, 07, 8696 W Pleasant Home Rd, West Salem, OH, 44287, 330-749-9571 KOCHER, KEN & DELORIS & JOE COLE, 09, Bucks Pride Dairy LLC, 6249 Ross Rd, Bloomville, OH, 44818, 419-563-6100 KRANZ, TODD, 11, 7991 Tartan Fields Dr., Dublin, OH, 43017, [email protected], 614-530-5089 KRIEG, MARVIN L., 12, Blitz-Krieg Holsteins, 07389 SR 364, New Bremen, OH, 45869, 419-629-2374, 419733-4268 KRILL, JOSEPH S., 10, Twin Lake Farm, 02578 Lake Rd, Edgerton, OH, 43517, 419-298-2793, 419-212-5985 KRUGGEL FARMS, INC, 08, 4720 Avon Lake Rd, Litchfield, OH, 44253, [email protected], 330667-2534 LAHMERS, CHRIS & ELIZABETH, 13, Lah-Dale, 10540 Hinton Mill Rd, Marysville, OH, 43040, [email protected], 614-306-7194 LAHMERS, MICHELE, 08, 3451 Shad Dr E, Mansfield, OH, 44903, [email protected], 419-651-2081 LAMB, JED, 08, JTL FARMS, 44381 New London Eastern Rd, Sullivan, OH, 44880, [email protected] com, 440-213-3769
LAMB, JONATHAN & ALICIA, 22, Oakfield Corners Dairy LLC, 3650 Batavia-Elba Townline Rd, Oakfield, NY, 14125 LAMMERS, BLAIR, 12, Golden Touch Holsteins, 08609 Southland Rd, New Knoxville, OH, 45871, [email protected], 419-733-9097 L’AMOREAUX, NEVIN & BRENDA, 02, LindLaur Holstein, 7261 Paris Ave, Louisville, OH, 44641, [email protected]/[email protected], 330875-4157, 330-309-6575, 330-875-5484 LANDERS, MICHAEL, 09, Mi-Linda, 725 E SR 18, Tiffin, OH, 44883, [email protected], 419-448-8357, 419-618-0414 LANDIS, GARY, 08, Landis Farms, 51585 New London Eastern Rd, Nova, OH, 44859, 419-929-8221 LANG, TOM & CHRIS, 07, Spring Hill Farm Inc, 7109 SR 514, Big Prairie, OH, 44611, [email protected], 330-473-9660 LAUSIN, ROBERT & JOSEPH, 01, Lausin Farms Inc, 7243 Ledge Rd, Thompson, OH, 44086 LAWSON, MATTHEW & MEGAN, 14, Son-Rock Farms, 2099 Cisco Rd, Sidney, OH, 45365, [email protected] hotmail.com, 937-638-2402 LEID, HAROLD M, 08, Windy Ridge Farm, 6810 Olivesburg Fitchville Rd, Greenwich, OH, 44837, 419895-2324, 419-895-2311 LEININGER, ALAN, 10, Cottonwood-Vale Farm, 11781 CR 23, Fayette, OH, 43521, 419-822-1776 LEININGER, LEE, 10, Cottonwood-Vale Farm, 11843 CR 23, Fayette, OH, 43521 LEWIS, RICHARD C. & SALLY, 05, Shanghigh Farms, 9510 Keplar Ford Rd, Orient, OH, 43146, [email protected], 614-214-6365 LIMING, A. L., 01, Lou-Ida Farms, 3840 Austintown-Warren Rd, Mineral Ridge, OH, 44440, 330652-9092, 330-770-6208, 330-652-9092 LIMING, LAMAR L., 01, Lou-Ida Farms, 3726 Austintown-Warren Rd, Mineral Ridge, OH, 44440, [email protected], 330-770-6206 LIMING, LOUIS, 01, Lou-Ida Farms, 3726 Austintown-Warren Rd, Mineral Ridge, OH, 44440 LIMING, MARY Y., 01, Lou-Ida Farms, 3840 Austintown-Warren Rd, Mineral Ridge, OH, 44440, [email protected], 330-652-9092, 330-652-9092 LINGLE, RICK & AMY, 07, Lingle Holstein Farms Ltd, 2625 N Reedsburg Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, 419-6510825 LINGLE, RYAN & CHELSI, 07, Lingle Holstein Farms Ltd, 1766 N Reedsburg Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, 419651-8961 LOGAN, DUANE D, 11, Coba/Select Sires Inc, 1224 Alton Darby Creek Rd, Columbus, OH, 43228, [email protected] cobaselect.com, 614-878-5333, 614-205-7170, 614870-2622 LOGAN, STEVEN R, 01, Logan Acres Farm, 9506 SR 193, Farmdale, OH, 44417, [email protected] , 330-240-9946 LONG, JOHN, 08, Redview Farm LLC, 2619 Reimer Rd, Wadsworth, OH, 44281, 330-335-6198, 330-419-4212 LONG, RONALD, 11, 17981 Boerger Rd, Marysville, OH, 43040, [email protected], 937-644-5824, 937-645-5731 LORA, JOHN S, 02, Lorawae Holsteins, 14094 Garfield Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, [email protected], 330-537-3797, 234-567-7414 LORA, KATEY A, 02, Lorawae Holsteins, 13984 Garfield Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, 330-692-2223 OHIO NEWS
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2018 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY LORAWAE HOLSTEINS LLC, 02, Suzanne Lora, 14094 Garfield Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, [email protected] com, 330-537-3797, 330-692-2220 LOWE, KEITH E, 08, KEL Nutrition, PO Box 9, Spencer, OH, 44275, 330-625-2075 LOWE, ONITA J & JAMES, 07, 47220 TR 218, Millersburg, OH, 44654 LOWMILLER, DALE L & LANA L, 02, Lowmiller Farms LLC, 23980 SR 172, Minerva, OH, 44657, 330894-2657, 330-205-0675, 330-894-2528 LUMLEY, BARBARA R., 03, Lumley Holsteins, 5192 Alamo Rd SE, Carrollton, OH, 44615, [email protected], 330-739-2038, 330-806-1844 LUMLEY, MARK A., 03, Lumley Farms LLC, 5176 Alamo Rd SE, Carrollton, OH, 44615, 330-476-5541, 330-205-3925 LUMLEY, STEVEN W, 03, Lumley Farms, LLC, 3059 Mahogany Run Circle, North Canton, OH, 44720, 330-206-4585 LUND, BRYAN W, 08, Lund View, 1577 New State Rd, Norwalk, OH, 44857, 419-668-7313, 419-681-0713 LUND, CARL, 08, Lund View, 1555 New State Rd, Norwalk, OH, 44857, 419-668-1784 LUND, WILLIAM J, 08, Lund View, 1199 Prairie Drive, Norwalk, OH, 44857, [email protected], 419-6686393, 419-706-6393, 419-663-6138 MANGUN, ALLISON, 07, Ben-Alli Holsteins, PO Box 106, East Liberty, OH, 43319, 330-749-9036 MANGUN, BEN & JENESSA, 07, Ben-Alli Holsteins, 13625 Friendsville Rd, Burbank, OH, 44214, 330-4666343 MANGUN, ROY W & LISA, 07, Ben-Alli Holsteins, 13693 Friendsville Rd, Burbank, OH, 44214, [email protected], 330-435-6520, 330-466-3728 MARODORE FARM, 05, Marodore Farm, 5745 Burchey Rd, Baltimore, OH, 43105 MARTIG, CRIST & YENERE, 02, M&M Dairy Farms LLC, 14816 Benton Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, [email protected], 330-537-2345, 330-501-7176, 330537-4228 MARTIN, ANDREW, 08, Coniferous Crest Holsteins, 2695 Barnes Rd, Shiloh, OH, 44878, 419-896-3868 MARTIN, LOWELL D, 03, Triple-Hil Sires, 22046 Old Forge Rd, Smithsburg, MD, 21783, [email protected], 301-491-3154 MARTY, COREY, 07, Willow Tree Dairy LLC, 4648 Fulton Rd, Smithville, OH, 44677, [email protected] com, 330-749-7415 MARTY, JAMES, 07, 9825 Steiner Rd, Rittman, OH, 44270, 330-925-5701, 330-201-3114 MASON FARMS LTD., 04, 1791 SR 61, Marengo, OH, 43334, 419-253-6995 MAST, JAMES C., 07, Maspring Farm, 7062 SR 241, Millersburg, OH, 44654, [email protected], 330231-1109 MAST, MOSE N., 07, 2973 TR 182, Baltic, OH, 43804, 330-897-1394 MATTOX, LYNETTE & KAITLYN, 05, Ash-Lyn Farms, 1473 Pleasantville Rd NE, Pleasantville, OH, 43148, 740-503-8106 MAZZARO, THOMAS & CHARITY, 01, 7373 Stanhope-Kelloggsville Rd, Williamsfield, OH, 44093, 440-293-5573 MCCOMBS, TOM, 03, United Dairy, 124 Sorghum Ridge Rd, Wheeling, WV, 26003, [email protected], 304-233-7743, 304-216-3017
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MCCORT, KENNY, 03, Jenny-Bell, 1227 Dyewood Rd SW, Carrollton, OH, 44615, 330-627-5478 MCCOY, DENNIS, 12, Macabob Farm, 3827 Tully-Harrison Rd, Convoy, OH, 45832, 419-708-3972 MCCRACKEN, ALICIA & DAN, 02, A&K Livestock, 6913 Lake Dr SW, Navarre, OH, 44662, [email protected] rjmatthews.com, 330-704-1376, 330-428-5232 MCDONNELL, KYLE, 08, K-Bec Holsteins, 48199 SR 303, Wellington, OH, 44090, [email protected], 216-347-9574 MCDONNELL, MORGAN, 08, K-Bec Holsteins, 48199 SR 303, Wellington, OH, 44090, [email protected] ncwcom.com, 440-897-4255 MCGUIRE, NICHOLAS, 11, Nic-Nan Holsteins, 4149 SR 287, West Liberty, OH, 43357, [email protected], 937-465-7428 MCKARNS, SUSAN C, 02, McKarns Holsteins, 2058 Black Cherry Ct, Columbia , MO, 05201, [email protected] missouri.edu, 573-355-1400 MCKARNS, WILLIAM T., 02, 29950 Campbell Rd, Hanoverton, OH, 44423, 330-223-2180, 330-771-2116 MCKAY, SAM, 05, 3306 Protégé Place #202, Louisville, KY, 40245 MELLER, GENE H, 10, V882 Rd 18, Wauseon, OH, 43567 MELLER, KEVIN L, 10, V882 Rd 18, Wauseon, OH, 43567, [email protected], 419-267-3361, 419-6015183 MENNELL, ROY, 08, Mennell Acres LLC, 10532 Smith Rd, Litchfield, OH, 44253, 330-604-6504 MENZIE, LAURIE, 10, White Light Holsteins, K121 CR 3, McClure, OH, 43534, [email protected] com, 419-278-0030, 740-624-6367, 419-278-0030 MENZIE, TONY, 10, White Light Holsteins, K121 CR 3, McClure, OH, 43534, [email protected], 419-278-0030, 740-624-6003, 419-278-0030 MERCER, JOHN, 02, Whiteleather Farms, 15979 Freed St, Minerva, OH, 44657 MERRILL, KENT, 08, 4831 Wenz Rd, Wakeman, OH, 44889, 419-577-0397 METZGER, MARVIN & JOEL, 15, Creator’s Acres, 4691 Wayne Trace Rd, Eaton, OH, 45320, 937-4562796, 937-533-0270, 937-456-4309 MICHALOVICH, KARI, 07, Lake-Point Dairy, 6136 SR 514, Lakeville, OH, 44638, [email protected] com, 608-444-2441 MILEY, ADAM, 07, Miley Holstein Farms Ltd, 8108 Martin Rd, West Salem, OH, 44287, 330-988-0322 MILEY, ANNA, 07, Miley Holstein Farms Ltd, 6745 Matty Rd, West Salem, OH, 44287, 330-749-1736 MILEY, JANE, 07, Miley Holstein Farms Ltd, 7234 Bates Rd, West Salem, OH, 44287, 330-264-2453, 330-4648826 MILEY, JASON C & AMY, 07, Miley Holstein Farms Ltd, 6382 Bates Rd, West Salem, OH, 44287, [email protected], 330-466-8509 MILEY, JON & AMY, 07, Miley Holstein Farms Ltd, 8108 Martin Rd, West Salem, OH, 44287, [email protected] frontier.com, 419-846-3234, 330-988-3588 MILEY, JOSEPH & DIANA, 07, Miley Holstein Farms Ltd, 6745 Matty Rd, West Salem, OH, 44287, [email protected], 330-263-7814, 330-466-7223 MILLER, CHARLEY, 02, 14704 W Middletown Rd, Beloit, OH, 44609 MILLER, EDWARD J., 02, 25320 Bowman Rd, Homeworth, OH, 44634
MILLER, EDWIN, 03, Su-Win Holsteins, 9021 CR 186, Dundee, OH, 44624, [email protected], 330231-7336 MILLER, ELVIN S, 07, E-Mil Dairy, 8361 CR 201, Fredericksburg, OH, 44627, 330-674-0554 MILLER, ERIC, 02, Miller-Hy Farm, 18360 South Range Rd, Beloit, OH, 44609, [email protected], 330257-0710 MILLER, FIRMAN R, 07, Narrow-Valley Farm, 2345 TR 165, Sugarcreek, OH, 44681, 330-852-2358 MILLER, IVAN L, 07, Shady Bottom Farm, 1345 TR 661, Dundee, OH, 44624, 330-359-0154 MILLER, JAY A, 02, 19115 Courtney Rd, Beloit, OH, 44609, [email protected], 330-938-6062, 330581-1995 MILLER, JONATHAN, 07, Lilac Lane Holsteins, 8149 TR 551, Shreve, OH, 44676, 330-465-0233 MILLER, JONATHAN H, 02, 25320 Bowman Rd, Homeworth, OH, 44634, 330-525-7092, 330-341-0333 MILLER, JR, PETE, 07, Pe-Ru Farm, 7940 CR 235, Millersburg, OH, 44654, 330-674-3138 MILLER, JR., ERVIN E, 07, Pearlane Farms, 4347 Welty Rd, Apple Creek, OH, 44606, 330-464-1782 MILLER, JULIE, 07, Miley Holstein Farms Ltd, 16485 E TR 136, Bellevue, OH, 44811, 419-271-3530 MILLER, KEVIN L. & TONI, 10, Millacres Holsteins, 20394 CR S, Defiance, OH, 43512, [email protected] net, 419-267-5545 MILLER, MARION A, 07, 2701 TR 166, Sugarcreek, OH, 44681, 330-852-7094 MILLER, MARK, 02, 10061 Duck Creek Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, 330-429-0061 MILLER, MICHAEL R, 02, Mill-Ka Dairy Farm, 1429 Johnson Ave, Salem, OH, 44460, [email protected] gmail.com, 330-259-5704 MILLER, MIKE E, 14, 131 E Smithfield St, Bradford, OH, 45308, [email protected], 937-4183115 MILLER, RICHARD M., 02, Richard M Miller, 11893 Stratton Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, 330-332-9429 MILLER, ROGER L, 02, Miller-Hy Holsteins, 18856 Courtney Rd, Beloit, OH, 44609, 330-938-3276, 330771-2759 MILLER, TIM, 07, Doughty Valley Holsteins, 5547 SR 557, Millersburg, OH, 44654, [email protected] com, 330-231-0092 MIZER, CAMERON, 03, Cornerstone Registered Holsteins, 8915 Angel Valley Rd, Stone Creek, OH, 43840, [email protected], 330-897-1205, 330-3404543 MOFF, BARBARA, 02, Ouric Holsteins, 9135 New Buffalo Rd, Canfield, OH, 44406, 330-774-7703 MOFF, BRIAN, 02, Ouric Holsteins, 806 Westville Lake Rd, Beloit, OH, 44609, 330-501-1351 MOFF, ELIZABETH, 02, Ouric Holsteins, 220 W Walnut St, Ashland, OH, 44805 MOFF, GREG, 02, Ouric Holsteins, 9160 New Buffalo Rd, Canfield, OH, 44406, 330-549-2938 MOFF, HOWARD, 02, Ouric Holsteins, 9135 New Buffalo Rd, Canfield, OH, 44406, [email protected], 330-549-3509, 330-515-5117, 330-549-3509 MOFF, NEIL, 02, Ouric Holsteins, 5816 Henderson Dr, Delaware, OH, 43015, 330-501-1860 MOFF, STEVE, 02, Ouric Holsteins, 14200 New Buffalo Rd, Columbiana, OH, 44408, [email protected], 330482-9018, 614-205-7179
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2018 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY MOHLER, DALE, 07, Mohler View Farm, Ltd, 5395 CR 314, Millersburg, OH, 44654, [email protected] com, 330-231-0477 MONTGOMERY, SUSAN, 01, Montgomery Dairy Farms, 3179 SR 534, Newton Falls, OH, 44444, [email protected], 330-872-0348, 330-716-3712 MOORE, WILL AND BRAD, 07, William Moore Farms Inc, 4007 McKee Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, [email protected] sssnet.com, 330-263-0478, 330-466-4285 MORLOCK, DAN, 10, Ro-Jo Dairy Farm, 6661 Housekeeper Rd, Pemberville, OH, 43450, [email protected] yahoo.com, 419-265-5771 MORLOCK, JOANN, 10, 6700 Housekeeper Rd, Pemberville, OH, 43450, [email protected], 419-2874445 MORLOCK, SHELLI, 10, Ro-Jo Dairy Farm, 6661 Housekeeper Rd, Pemberville, OH, 43450, [email protected], 419-308-7990 MT EATON ELEVATOR, 07, PO Box 92, Mt. Eaton, OH, 44659, [email protected], 330-359-5028 MULLET, MARION, 07, Valley Farm Supply, 1871 CR 70, Sugarcreek, OH, 44681, 330-852-4750 MUSSARD, JANA & MARTIN, 10, Ro Ma J’s Dairy, 10359 Dunham Rd, Mt Vernon, OH, 43050, [email protected] hotmail.com, 419-438-2746 MUTTI, VERNON, KEVIN & KEITH, 03, Mutti Dairy Farm, 3326 Stonecreek Rd SW, Stone Creek, OH, 43840 NEEL, LARRY, 05, 1130 Royal Court NE, Lancaster, OH, 43130, 740-653-4707, 740-215-6354 NEIDER, JOHN, ELIZABETH & ADAM, 03, Neider Family Farms, LLC, 2005 Montero Rd NE, Carrollton, OH, 44615, 330-627-5157, 330-323-8484(Adam) NEILL, PATRICIA M, 09, Neill Farms, 10614 Billings Rd, Bellevue, OH, 44811, [email protected], 419483-2169, 419-217-3020 NEUENSCHWANDER, GORDON, 07, 2032 Mt Eaton Rd N, Dalton, OH, 44618 NEUENSCHWANDER, HAROLD, 03, Harold’s Equipment, 2120 CR 168, Dundee, OH, 44624, 330-8932348, 330-893-3459 NEUENSCHWANDER, TRENT D, 07, Neueway Holsteins, 2887 W Lebanon Rd S, Dalton, OH, 44618, [email protected], 330-465-7503 NEUENSCHWANDER, WILFRED, 07, Bluecrest Dairy/Fredway Holsteins, 2220 Good Rd, Orrville, OH, 44667, 330-621-1403, 330-682-0404 NEVILLE, ROBERT & MEGAN, 02, Neville Dairy Farm, Inc, 7191 Fairfield School Rd, Lisbon, OH, 44432 NOLT, JOHN, 08, Majestic Oak Dairy, 2481 US 224, Plymouth, OH, 44865, 419-933-6475 NOLT, KERVIN Z, 08, West Delphi Dairy, 1015 US 224 W, Willard, OH, 44890, 419-935-1723 NORTON, CHARLES, 08, 18891 Pitts Rd, Wellington, OH, 44090 OARDC KRAUSS DAIRY, 07, Brent Hostettler, 1680 Madison Ave, Wooster, OH, 44691, [email protected] edu, 330-263-3924, 330-263-3949 OBERHOLTZER, CLAIR R, 08, Clai-Mar Farms, 6790 Amstutz Rd, Shiloh, OH, 44878, 419-896-3131 OBERHOLTZER, CLAIR, BRANDON, SHELDON, LANDON, GORDON & WALDON, 08, Clair-Lyn Holsteins, 727 CR 2404, Loudonville, OH, 44842, [email protected], 419-938-3156 OBERHOLTZER, PAM & DAVE, 08, Homerville Holstein Farms, 8429 Spencer Rd, Homerville, OH, 44235, [email protected], 330-242-4056
OECHSLE, JIM & CHERI, 12, JaCher Holsteins, 11247 Wren Landeck Rd, Van Wert, OH, 45891, cheri. [email protected], 419-605-2858-Jim, 419-6052838 - Cheri OECHSLE, MATTHEW, 12, JaCher Holsteins, 11247 Wren Landeck Rd, Van Wert, OH, 45891, [email protected], 419-605-2810 ONEYS MILKYWAY FARM, 08, 3272 Rome Greenwich Rd, Greenwich, OH, 44837, 419-752-9411 OSTARCHVIC, MARK & AMY, 07, Raygor Farms LLC, 15873 Jericho Rd, Dalton, OH, 44618, [email protected], 330-857-0222 OSU AGRICULTURAL TECH INSTITUTE, 07, C/O Royce Thornton, 1328 Dover Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, [email protected], 330-287-1373, 330-698-1315 OWEN, DAVID, 08, HB Owen & Son Inc, PO Box 57, Homerville, OH, 44235, 330-635-9411 PACKARD, THOMAS L, 08, L&T Farm, 740 Wooster St, Lodi, OH, 44254, 330-948-1507, 330-416-3973 PATTERSON, JAMES W., 14, 3580 Center Dr, Greenville, OH, 45331, [email protected], 937548-4221 PAYNE, MARK, 09, Margail Farms, 4898 CR 223, Clyde, OH, 43410, 419-547-7013, 419-355-4180 PERO, RANDALL A, 02, Pero Dairy Farms LLC, 720 Motts Ave SE, East Canton, OH, 44730, 330-204-3633 PHILLIPS, SCOTT & CHRIS, 04, Fawnacres Farm Ltd, 8158 Sparta Rd, Fredericktown, OH, 43019, [email protected], 740-507-2539 (Chris) PHILLIS, HAROLD J., 02, Phillisway Farms, 14704 W Middletown Rd, Beloit, OH, 44609, 330-402-6142 PHILLIS, ROSEMARY, 02, Phillisway Farms, 14704 W Middletown Rd, Beloit, OH, 44609 PIAR, LARRY, 07, Piar Mineral Ridge Farms, 4963 CR 314, Millersburg, OH, 44654, [email protected], 330-231-0277 POLCHIN, ANTHONY J., 01, Polchin Holsteins, 2276 Sentinel Rd, Dorset, OH, 44032, 440-293-7955 POLCHIN, JOHN T. & RUTH V, 01, Polchin Holsteins, 2411 Sentinel Rd, Dorset, OH, 44032, 440-293-7955 POND, JAMES & ROBIN, 13, Pond Ridge Dairy, 1319 N Parkview Rd, Woodstock, OH, 43084, [email protected] landolakes.com, 937-834-2431 PRESTON, DALE, 08, Preston Bros Farms, 18411 Hawley Rd, Wellington, OH, 44090 PRICE, BRANDON, 02, HJ Baker & Bro., Inc, 312 Adelaide Ave SW, Hartville, OH, 44632, [email protected] gmail.com, 230-451-4482 QUALLEN, GARY J., 15, 792 Brown Rd, Wilmington, OH, 45177, [email protected], 937-382-4693, 937725-5640 R&P KIKO FAMILY FARMS LTD, 02, R&P Kiko Family Farms Ltd, 4245 McCann Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, [email protected], 330-853-0401 RABER, LEON R, 07, Raber-View Holsteins, 7031 CR 201, Millersburg, OH, 44654, 330-674-1504 RABER, MICHAEL, 07, 8399 CR 235, Fredericksburg, OH, 44627, 330-674-0494 RACHA, SCOTT, 22, O-C-E-C Embryos, 8566 Thompson Rd, Holland Point, NY, 13354, [email protected] com, 315-865-5826, 315-865-5826 RAIFSNIDER, ESTHER, 07, 1326 W Easton Rd, Burbank, OH, 44214, [email protected], 330421-7397 RAMSEY, BRIAN & ELIZABETH, 02, Paradise Valley Farms Inc, 7632 Columbus Rd, Louisville, OH, 44641, [email protected], 330-323-4380, 330-8754539
RAMSEY, MICHAEL & MICHELLE, 02, Paradise Valley Farms Inc, 6452 Oakhill Ave, Alliance, OH, 44601, [email protected], 330-821-7563, 330-323-4378, 330-875-4539 RAMSEY, PAUL & CATHERINE, 02, Paradise Valley Farms Inc, 8151 Easton St NE, Louisville, OH, 44641, 330-875-9962 RAMSEY, WILLIAM & DEBRA, 02, Paradise Valley Farms Inc, 7632 Columbus Rd, Louisville, OH, 44641, 330-875-3346 RAMSIER, MARVIN & JOE, 07, Ramsier’s Willow Spring Farm, LLC, 2477 Eastern Rd, Rittman, OH, 44270, 330-925-1248 RAMSIER, NELSON & DAVID, 07, Ramsier Farms, 9561 Krabill Rd, Sterling, OH, 44276, 330-466-9610 RANKIN, SHARYN, 08, Indohio Farms, 1745 165th St, Hammond, IN, 46320, 219-836-2346 RAUSCH, BRIAN, 04, R-Style Holsteins, 2059 SR 95, Edison, OH, 43320, [email protected], 419-946-9831 RAUSCH, MARK R, 11, Mark Rausch Dairy, 11731 Crottinger Rd, Plain City, OH, 43064, 614-873-4531 RAUSCH, NATHAN, 11, Mark Rausch Dairy, 11731 Crottinger Rd, Plain City, OH, 43064, 614-873-4531 RAUSCH, NICHOLAS, 11, Raunic Holsteins, 12331 Industrial Pkwy, Marysville, OH, 43040, 614-989-0560 RAUSCH, RANDY, 11, Hickory Plains Farm, 8657 Axe Handle Rd, Milford Center, OH, 43045, [email protected], 937-349-4787, 937-604-1609 RAUSCH, STACY, 11, Mark Rausch Dairy, 11731 Crottinger Rd, Plain City, OH, 43064, 614-873-4531 RAUSCH, WILLIAM E. & JOYCE, 04, R-Style Holsteins, 2059 SR 95, Edison, OH, 43320, [email protected] bright.net, 419-946-9831 RAWN, TERRY & JOY, 11, 1300 Madden Higgins Rd, London, OH, 43140, [email protected], 301-788-5532 RAY, JIM, 02, Coba Select Sires, Inc, 32643 Coffee School Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, [email protected], 614-205-7176 RENNECKER, BRIAN W. & HEIDI, 07, Four Winds Farms, 6764 N Honeytown Rd, Smithville, OH, 44677, [email protected], 330-317-8324 RENNER, JULIE, 07, Renwind Farm LLC, 17182 Old Lincoln Way, Dalton, OH, 44618, [email protected], 330-466-0338 RENNER, TED S, 07, Renwind Farm LLC, 17286 Old Lincoln Way, Dalton, OH, 44618, [email protected] com, 330-466-1196 RICE, DAVID P., 01, Riceton Farm, 4473 Wakefield Creek Rd, Farmdale, OH, 44417, 330-876-0443 RICE, GARY, 01, Riceton Farm, 4488 Wakefield Creek Rd, Farmdale, OH, 44417, 330-876-1078 RICE, JAYME, 01, Riceton Farm, 4432 York St, Farmdale, OH, 44417, 330-876-0313 RICHARD, DAVID, 07, Mill-Stone Acres, 3878 Bates Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, [email protected] com, 330-262-4402 RICHARD, JAMES A, 07, Coffee-Cream Dairy, 3917 Ogden Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, 567-224-0413 RIDGE-DELL HOLSTEINS, LLC, 01, Ridge-Dell Holsteins, LLC, 7827 Hayes-Orangeville Rd, Burghill, OH, 44404, [email protected], 330-306-8306 RIGGENBACH, BOB & LORIE, 07, Rigg-June Holsteins, 9377 Blough Rd, Sterling, OH, 44276, [email protected], 330-464-7111 ROBB, EVAN W, 02, Whiteleather Farms, 4238 Union Ave NE, Homeworth, OH, 44634, [email protected], 330-823-0605, 330-614-1197 OHIO NEWS
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2018 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY ROSEBROOK, JERRY, 10, Sunnyville Farms LLC, 5203 CR F, Deshler, OH, 43516, 419-783-1394 ROSEBROOK, KEITH, 10, Sunnyville Farms LLC, 4668 CR F, Deshler, OH, 43516, 419-722-8507 ROTHLISBERGER, LYNN, 09, Rothlisberger Dairy, 7297 CH 124, Upper Sandusky, OH, 43351, [email protected], 419-294-4646, 419-310-1005 ROWE, JAMES A & RITA, 03, Jimita Holsteins, 9877 Strasburg-Bolivar Rd NW, Strasburg, OH, 44680, [email protected], 330-878-7381, 330-243-5683 ROWLAND, FRANK, 08, 26100 SR 511, Wellington, OH, 44090, 440-647-3939, 440-225-4641 ROY, RIAN, 09, 6076 CR 97, McComb, OH, 45858-9438, 419-293-3882 ROYER, DANIEL, 02, Royer Farms Inc, 11617 Ravenna Ave, Louisville, OH, 44641, [email protected], 330-877-2053, 330-877-0435 RUFENER, KENNETH, 02, Congress Lake Farms LLC, 372 Congress Lake Rd, Mogadore, OH, 44260, 330877-2710 RUFENER, MICHAEL, 02, Congress Lake Farms LLC, 1894 Swartz Rd, Mogadore, OH, 44260, 330-6259105, 330-353-2029 RUFENER, II, KENNETH, 02, Congress Lake Farms LLC, 680 Congress Lake Rd, Mogadore, OH, 44260, 330-594-7202, 330-353-2028 RUPP, MATTHEW, 07, 13955 Cleveland Rd, Creston, OH, 44217, [email protected], 330-435-6233, 330317-3378 RUPRECHT, KEN, 04, Ruprecht Farm LLC, 19840 Mishey Rd, Butler, OH, 44822, 740-501-7625 RUPRECHT, LYLE, 04, 20009 Mishey Rd, Butler, OH, 44822, [email protected], 330-466-1382 RUSSELL, JACKIE, 07, Miley Holstein Farms Ltd, P O Box 461, Sheldon Springs, VT, 05485, [email protected], 802-933-2323, 802-370-0281 RUTHRAUFF, GENNA, 02, Ruthrauff Dairy, 11860 Middletown Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, 330-332-5641, 330-692-8358 RUTHRAUFF, GREGG, 02, Ruthrauff Dairy, 11860 Middletown Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, 330-332-5641 RYND, BROOKS, 05, Rynd-Home Farm, 3061 Rynd Rd, Cochranton, PA, 16314, 814-425-7795, 814-720-4687 RYND, DALLAS R, 05, Silver Mist Holsteins, 11242 Wheeler Rd, Ashville, OH, 43103, [email protected], 740-207-5005, 740-477-7475 RYND, JIM, 05, 2899 Old Hwy 322, Cochranton, PA, 16314 RZESZOTARSKI, RONALD & RAYMOND, 01, Rzesz Farms, 18378 Mumford Rd, Garrettsville, OH, 44231, 440-834-8341 SANOR, BRYCE, 02, Maple Valley Farm, PO Box 106, North Georgetown, OH, 44665, 330-257-4171 SAYERS, CHRIS & MARK, 11, 16591 County Home Rd, Marysville, OH, 43040, [email protected], 937-243-7477 SCHAEFER, ERIC, 15, Schaefer Farms, 4459 Anderson Rd, Hillsboro, OH, 45133, 937-364-9231, 937-5810950 SCHAEFFER, E RANDALL, 08, 11005 Huron-Avery Rd, Milan, OH, 44846, 419-499-2120 SCHEIBE, RODNEY A, 07, Ro-La-Sue Dairy LLC, 3167 Maple Grove Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, 330-264-5866, 330-464-3808 SCHIRM, DUSTIN, 05, Franchise, 11304 Wheeler Rd, Ashville, OH, 43103, [email protected], 815670-2111 44
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SCHIRM, LARRY & JULIE DELAVERGNE, 05, 15086 Long Run Rd, Laurelville, OH, 43135, 614-906-0520 SCHLABACH, JACOB, 07, 6393 Hoy Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, 330-695-2411 SCHLABACH, JOEL J, 07, 6393 Hoy Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, 330-695-2411 SCHLABACH, LYNN, 07, Sharo-Dan Farm, 1649 Deerfield Ave NW, Dalton, OH, 44618, 330-828-8547 SCHLABACH, ROBERT DEAN, 03, Smokey Lane Farm, 279 Smokey Lane Rd NW, Sugarcreek, OH, 44681, 330-852-0646 SCHLABACH, ROBERT J, 07, Merry Bird Farm, 2934 Durstine Rd, Dundee, OH, 44624, 330-600-8097 SCHLATTER, DVM, CARLTON, 07, Tri-County Animal Clinic, P O Box 243, West Salem, OH, 44287, 419-853-4835 SCHLATTER, HANNAH, 07, Emerald Dairy, 13251 RD 139, Paulding, OH, 45879, [email protected], 330-641-2501 SCHLAUCH, AARON, 07, Velvet-View Farms, 6887 TR 505, Big Prairie, OH, 44611, [email protected], 330-231-2111 SCHLEGEL, KURT, 07, Schlegel Dairy Farms Inc, 10720 TR 526, Shreve, OH, 44676, [email protected], 330-465-8314 SCHMUCKI, MICHAEL O, 02, Schmuki Dairy, 8144 Stone Ave, Navarre, OH, 44662, [email protected] gmail.com, 330-767-4232 SCHROCK, NATHAN R, 07, NR-Schrock, 7374 TR 654, Millersburg, OH, 44654, 330-359-2004 SCHUG, ROGER F, 08, Schug’s Registered Holsteins, 3309 SR 99, Monroeville, OH, 44847, [email protected], 419-706-5750 SEEDORF, MARK, 10, Sunnyville Farms LLC, 4512 CR F, Deshler, OH, 43516, [email protected], 419-9667480 SELECT SIRES, INC, 11, 11740 US 42 N, Plain City, OH, 43064, [email protected], 614-873-4683, 614-203-2813, 614-873-5751 SHARP, KAYANNE, 10, Cottonwood-Vale Farm, 501 Helmbright Dr, Gahanna, OH, 43230, 614-940-9933 SHEFFIELD, DAREN M, 08, 44460 SR 303, Wellington, OH, 44090, [email protected], 614-309-0132 SHEFFIELD, JAMES H, 08, Jaloda Farm LLC, 45555 SR 303, Wellington, OH, 44090, [email protected], 440-775-7147, 440-935-6378, 440-775-7147 SHIPLEY, ADAM, 04, Shipley Farms, 9309 Reynolds Rd, Newark, OH, 43055 SHOCKEY DVM, PAUL E., 06, Bridgewater Farms, 714 Crooked Run Rd, Ravenswood, WV, 26164, [email protected] gmail.com, 304-372-5709, 304-532-5955, 304-3725385 SHOEMAKER, AUSTEN, 02, Shoemaker Dairy Farm, 14308 Garfield Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, 330-537-3325, 330-303-9038 SHOEMAKER, STEVEN R, 02, Shoemaker Dairy Farm, 14308 Garfield Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, 330-5373325, 330-207-5607 SHOOP, DAN, 09, Sugar-Ridge, 7990 SR 613, McComb, OH, 45858, 419-293-2355 SHOWALTER, BLAINE, 02, Showalter Farms, 121 Beeson Mill Rd, Leetonia, OH, 44431, 330-482-2572, 330831-5832, 330-482-2572 SHOWALTER, WARD, 02, Showalter Farms, 121 Beeson Mill Rd, Leetonia, OH, 44431, 330-482-2572, 330482-2572
SHOWALTER, WENDELL, 02, Showalter Farms, 121 Beeson Mill Rd, Leetonia, OH, 44431, 330-482-2572, 330-831-8071, 330-482-2572 SIEGRIST, EMILY, 14, 4762 Fleetfoot Rd, Coldwater, OH, 45828, [email protected], 937-417-0183 SIMPSON, BEN, 03, Plainfield Farms, 65343 Plainfield Rd, Belmont, OH, 43718, 740-312-5856 SIMPSON, DON, 03, Plainfield Farms, 65030 Plainfield Rd, Belmont, OH, 43718, [email protected] com, 740-484-1444, 740-391-3301 SKIDMORE DVM, DWIGHT V., 11, Drifty Hollow Holsteins, 12243 CR 2, West Mansfield, OH, 43358, 937-355-0362, 937-935-3137 SLOAN, ANGELA, 07, Hartman Dairy Farm, Inc, 3777 N Elyria Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, 330-466-4560 SMITH, BETTY LOU, 03, 19318 Grossbeak Rd, Salesville, OH, 43778 SMITH, BRUCE & TERRI, 11, 14630 Middleburg-Plain City Rd, Plain City, OH, 43064, [email protected], 614-205-7182 SMITH, CHARLES W., 03, Smith Hills Holsteins, 42450 Mule Ridge Rd, Sardis, OH, 43946, 740-483-1597 SMITH, DAVID C, 03, Smith Hills Holsteins, 42743 Mule Ridge Rd, Sardis, OH, 43946, 740-483-2107 SMITH, DOW & NICK, 13, Dow-View Holsteins, 6452 N Kennard Rd, Cable, OH, 43009, 937-652-3990, 937215-4302 SMITH, JILL & CORY, 02, Paradise Valley Farms Inc, 7642 Columbus Rd, Louisville, OH, 44641, [email protected] SMITH, SHERRY, 04, 12203 Midland Oil Rd, Glenford, OH, 43739, [email protected], 330-465-2376, 740-6591126 SMITH, STEVEN D., 03, Smith Hills Holsteins, 42450 Mule Ridge Rd, Sardis, OH, 43946, 740-483-1597 SNYDER, RACHEL & JEFFREY, 07, Circle J Farms, 1444 W Pleasant Home Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, [email protected], 330-465-6587 SOOY, BRAD, 08, 12143 Greenwich, Homerville, OH, 44235, 330-635-3326 SPECHT, ADAM, 03, Trealayne Holsteins, 7320 Skyline Dr E, Apt 101, Columbus, OH, 43235, [email protected] gmail.com SPECHT, ALLISON, 03, Trealayne Holsteins, 3010 Tremont Rd, Upper Arlington, OH, 43221, allison. [email protected], 330-204-1529 SPECHT, ANNIE, 03, Trealayne Holsteins, 3010 Tremont Rd, Upper Arlington, OH, 43221, [email protected] gmail.com, 330-204-1796 SPECHT, STEVEN L AND MICHELE, 03, Trealayne Holsteins, 3727 Bair Rd NW, Dover, OH, 44622, 330343-1158, 330-343-1158 SPECHT, TIM & BRIAN, 03, Specht Farms Ltd., 1828 Ragersville Rd SW, Sugarcreek, OH, 44681, [email protected], 330-897-4481, 330-401-7446 SPECHT, WAYNE E & KAY, 03, Trealayne Holsteins, 119 Oakmont Dr, Dover, OH, 44622, 330-343-2708 SPIKE, PETER W., 11, Ten-Penny Holsteins, 4380 Byers Rd, Delaware, OH, 43015, [email protected], 740363-2184, 740-360-1505, 740-363-2184 SPRENG, JAMES, 09, Spreng Capital Management, Inc, Box 47, Bucyrus, OH, 44820, 419-569-0553 SPRENG, KEVIN, 07, Idyl Brook Dairy/Willow Brook Dairy LLC, 6860 Snoddy Rd, Shreve, OH, 44676, [email protected], 419-651-5198 SPRENG, SUZANN, 09, Longacre Farms Inc, 3245 Bruce Ct, Bucyrus, OH, 44820, 419-562-7602
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2018 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY SPRINGWAY FARMS, 03, Springway Farms, 8086 Bachelor Rd NW, Magnolia, OH, 44643, [email protected], 330-866-5289, 330-866-5289 SPRUNGER, JOHN E, 07, Kidron Auction, Inc, PO Box 39, Kidron, OH, 44636, [email protected], 330857-2641, 330-451-5717 SPRUNGER, ROBERT K, 07, Raygor Farms LLC, 15860 Jericho Rd, Dalton, OH, 44618, [email protected] com, 330-857-7399, 330-465-1337 SPRUNGER, SCOTT, 07, Raygor Farms LLC, 15970 Jericho Rd, Dalton, OH, 44618, [email protected], 330-465-0622 STAMBAUGH, KENNY, 22, 524 S Frizzellburg Rd, Westminster, MD, 21158, 410-775-2964 STAMMEN, TERRENCE L., 14, Wabash-Way Holsteins, LLC, 4965 SR 705, New Weston, OH, 45348, [email protected], 937-338-3248, 937621-0107 STEEL, CLINTON, 03, Pine Ridge Farm, 2671 Steel Rd NW, Dover, OH, 44622, 330-407-3398 STEEL, JOHN, 03, Steam Valley Farms, 2705 Steel Rd NW, Dover, OH, 44622, 330-364-5243, 330-987-4590 STEEL, NATHAN, 03, Steel-Lane Holsteins, 2899 Steel Rd NW, Dover, OH, 44622, [email protected] com, 330-260-0626 STEINER & SONS, MATTHEW, 07, Pine- Tree Dairy Ltd, 8586 Benner Rd, Marshallville, OH, 44645, [email protected], 330-466-8916 Matt/330466-9137 Andrew STEINER, CARL, 07, Steiner Farm, 12357 Seville Rd, Sterling, OH, 44276, 330-939-2716 STEINER, ELMER, 07, 4548 S Wenger Rd, Dalton, OH, 44618, 330-857-5672, 330-605-1996, 330-857-5672 STEINER, KURT, 07, Steinhurst Farms, 13939 Eby Rd, Creston, OH, 44217, 330-464-1219 STEINER, NATHAN, 07, Fulton Road Genetics, 11104 N Mt Eaton Rd, Marshallville, OH, 44645, [email protected], 330-465-5825 STEINER, ROGER, 07, Chet-Len Holsteins, P.O. Box 84, Kidron, OH, 44636, 330-857-8181, 330-464-4446 STEINKE, MARVIN L., 12, 13505 Kettlersville Rd, Wapakoneta, OH, 45895, [email protected], 419-738-7174, 567-356-9039 STEINKE, RICHARD L, 12, Mapl-Valle Farm, 15431 Fox Ranch Rd, Wapakoneta, OH, 45895, [email protected] bright.net, 419-738-7136, 419-233-7136 STEINKE, STEVEN & MARLENE, 14, Marste Farms LLC, 13195 Fey Rd, Anna, OH, 45302, 937-394-7657 STERLING FARM EQUIPMENT INC, 07, 13893 Kauffman Rd, Sterling, OH, 44276, 330-939-2561, 330-939-5841 STEWART, ROBERT, 03, Sunnydale Farms, 88740 Fairview Rd, Jewett, OH, 43986, [email protected], 740-946-4291 STITZLEIN, EARL & KATHI, 07, Stitzlein Dairy, 8777 TR 461, Loudonville, OH, 44842, 419-994-5284 STOCKERT, CAROLYN, 02, Norwescor Holsteins Inc, 15274 Warwick Dr NW, Canal Fulton, OH, 44614, [email protected], 330-854-2698 STOCKERT, JAMES P & MARY, 02, Norwescor Holsteins Inc, 15240 Warwick Dr NW, Canal Fulton, OH, 44614, [email protected], 330-854-6455 (MILK), 330-607-2003 STOCKSDALE, TOM & CONNIE, 07, Stocksdale Farms, LLC, 1989 Blachleyville Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, [email protected], 330-2648482, 330-464-7596 45
STOLLER, TRENT, 10, Green Top Acres, LLC, 8789 SR 114, Haviland, OH, 45851, [email protected], 419576-7176 STOLTZFUS, JOHN K, 15, 8846 SW Morris Rd, Sabina, OH, 45169, 937-584-5569, 937-481-1135 STOLTZFUS, RUSS, 01, 10 Greenbriar Dr, Aurora, OH, 44202, 330-995-0891, 330-998-2818 STRASBURG, THOMAS, 12, Wakefield Farms, 15377 Townline-Kossuth Rd, St Marys, OH, 45885, 419-3944343 STROUBLE FARM LTD, 02, 5466 Werner Church Rd, North Canton, OH, 44721, 330-575-7007 STRUNA, ANDREA, 01, Maplewood Farms, 7580 Stanhope-Kelloggsville Rd, Williamsfield, OH, 44093, 440645-9195 STRUNA, JOHN & BEVERLY, 01, Maplewood Farm, 7472 Stanhope-Kelloggsville Rd, Williamsfield, OH, 44093, [email protected], 440-293-7530, 440645-8630 SUCH JR, W WINDELL, 01, Suchdale Farm, 6223 Creek Rd, Andover, OH, 44003, 440-293-7630 SUCH, W. WINDELL, 01, Suchdale Farm, 6223 Creek Rd, Andover, OH, 44003, 440-293-7630 SUNSET VALLEY DAIRY FARMS, 03, 8288 Ore Hill Rd, Stone Creek, OH, 43840 THE ZAEBST FAMILIES, 01, Bossy’s Way Inc, 4586 Rt 46 S, Jefferson, OH, 44047, 440-294-3614 THOMAS, ANDY, 13, Triple-T Holsteins, 6948 Brush Lake Rd, North Lewisburg, OH, 43060 THOMAS, JAY, ANGIE & SAVANNAH, 13, Triple-T Holsteins, 5548 CR 168, West Liberty, OH, 43357, [email protected], 937-465-0825, 937935-2244 THOMAS, JOHN & MARY, 13, Triple-T Holsteins, 6948 Brush Lake Rd, North Lewisburg, OH, 43060 THOMAS, NATHAN & JENNY, 13, Triple-T Holsteins, 6948 Brush Lake Rd, North Lewisburg, OH, 43060, [email protected], 614-395-9823 THOMAS, WILLIAM R, 11, Bi-An Farm, 1012 TR 190 E, Bellefontaine, OH, 43311, 937-592-0132 THOMAS, WILLIAM R JR, 11, Bi-An Farm, 410 Pickrelltown Rd., West Liberty, OH, 43357, 937-465-0536 THOMPSON, ALAN, 03, Thompson Family Farm, 42225 Jewett-Scio Rd, Jewett, OH, 43986, 740-9462805 THOMPSON, ALISHA, 03, Plainfield Farms, 65343 Plainfield Rd, Belmont, OH, 43718 THORBAHN II, LEWIS R., 09, Crimson Lane Farm, 4787 CR 247, Vickery, OH, 43464 THORBAHN, ASHLEY, 09, Crimson Lane Farm, 186 W Park Ave, Columbus, OH, 43209, [email protected] gmail.com, 419-603-8629 THORBAHN, DAVID C, 11, Select Sires Inc, 9035 Oak Ridge Ln, Plain City, OH, 43064, [email protected], 614-873-6946, 614-264-6332 THORBAHN, THOMAS L., 09, Crimson Lane Farm, 4428 CR 247, Vickery, OH, 43464, [email protected] aol.com, 419-547-0795, 419-366-8135 TIMMONS, TERRELL, 08, Sterlinglen Farms, 334 TR 2422, Loudonville, OH, 44842-9616, [email protected], 419-651-5347 TIMMONS, WILLIAM C, 01, Timmons Farm LTD, 16429 Munn Rd, Chagrin Falls, OH, 44023, [email protected], 440-476-9328, 216-536-5593 TOPP, GREGG, 12, Toppacres Farm, 05158 Kettler Rd, Minster, OH, 45865, [email protected], 419852-0164
TOPP, KURT & RACHEL, 12, Toppglen Holsteins, 5170 Lock Two Rd, New Bremen, OH, 45869, [email protected], 330-464-4960(Kurt) 330-317-5363(Rachel) TOPP, MARY LOU & SONS, 14, Topp-View Farm, 10344 Botkins Rd, Botkins, OH, 45306, 937-693-3113 TOPP, PHILLIP, 14 TOPP, TYLER, 07, Toppglen Holsteins, 7721 N Honeytown Rd, Smithville, OH, 44677, [email protected], 330-317-9059 TRAMMELL, JEFF, 08, 27679 Royalton Rd, Columbia Station, OH, 44028, 440-236-8286, 440-334-4541 TRBOVICH, AUSTIN, 03, Trbo-Land Farms, 7222 Waynesburg Rd, Waynesburg, OH, 44688, 330-8665438, 330-323-0699 TRBOVICH, DANIEL S, 03, Trbo-Land Farms, 7222 Waynesburg Rd, Waynesburg, OH, 44688, 330-8665438, 330-705-4540, 330-492-4366 TRENT, PAUL, 07, Trent Insurance Group inc, 328 W High St, Orrville, OH, 44667, [email protected] com, 330-683-0855 TROYER, MERLIN E, 03, Hickory Spring, 909 Hickory Dr, Sugarcreek, OH, 44681, 330-852-3227 TULLIS, KEVIN & KRISTY, 03, Shaland Holsteins LLC, 2039 Aster Rd SE, Scio, OH, 43988, [email protected] wildblue.net, 330-739-2067, 330-312-3287 Kristy TURON, JOSEPH, 01, Jam-Tu Dairy, 5432 Greenville Rd, West Farmington, OH, 44491, [email protected], 440-548-5979, 440-487-2330 TWINING, PATRICK, 08, Twining Farm LLC, 109 Main St, Rochester, OH, 44090, [email protected] com, 440-429-7273 TWINING, RAYMOND, 08, Twining Farm LLC, 47140 Griggs Rd, Wellington, OH, 44090, 440-647-2795 TWINING, RYAN, 08, Twining Farm LLC, 440 SR 95, Loudonville, OH, 44842 UBER, TOM, 02, Witmer’s Feed & Grain Inc, 3321 Rocky Glen, Adamsville, PA, 16110, 330-482-4321, 330-853-9297 UNION LOCAL FFA, 03, 66859 Belmont Morristown Rd, Belmont, OH, 43718 VAN GORDEN, MORRIS M., 15, 5550 Princeton Rd, Hamilton, OH, 45011, 513-779-4550 VANPELT, MICHAEL L. , 02, Van Pelt Farms, 14600 Van Pelt Rd, Columbiana, OH, 44408, 330-482-9364, 330-853-8004 VINEY, RICHARD C., 01, Viney Hill Farms, 2432 Kinsman Rd NW, North Bloomfield, OH, 44450, 440-6854490 W G DAIRY SUPPLY INC, 07, 12993 Cleveland Rd, P O Box 2224, Creston, OH, 44217, 330-435-6522, 330435-6102 WACHTEL, WILLIAM, 07, Spring Walk Farm, 13079 TR 503, Big Prairie, OH, 44611, [email protected], 330-378-2273, 330-763-0323 WALTERS DVM, JOHN W., 03, 1050 Steubenville Rd SE, Carrollton, OH, 44615, 330-627-5711, 330-2051344, 330-627-5631 WATSON, BOB, 09, Weikland Farms, 11944 E TR 122, Republic, OH, 44867, 419-426-8514 WEAVER, DOUGLAS, 02, 12983 Green Beaver Rd, Columbiana, OH, 44408, 330-482-9230, 330-831-6184 WEAVER, JOHN MARK, 07, 8257 CR 235, Fredericksburg, OH, 44627, 330-674-2069 WEAVER, WAYNE, 07, 9183 CR 77, Fredericksburg, OH, 44627, 330-275-4132, 330-473-2416 OHIO NEWS
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2018 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY WEBB, D. SCOTT, 11, 210 Bridgewater Dr, Marysville, OH, 43040, [email protected], 937-7387574 WEIKER, TERRY, 09, Weikland Farms, 9900 E SR 162, Republic, OH, 44867, [email protected], 419618-0834 WEITZEL, KATIE STRUNA, 01, Maplewood Farm, 1538 E Windsor Rd, Orwell, OH, 44076, 440-4223058, 440-645-8801 WELCH, DEAN & MICHAEL E, 08, U-Dean Farms, 456 TR 700, Polk, OH, 44866, 419-945-2411 WELCH, ESTHER, KAREN & SCOTT E, 08, U-Dean Farms, 669 SR 89, Polk, OH, 44866, 419-945-2250 WELCH, RYAN A, 08, U-Dean Farms, 445 CR 700, Polk, OH, 44866, 419-651-5281 WENGER, CLAIR, 07, Regnew Farms, 439 Overlook Circle, Dalton, OH, 44618, 330-828-8253 WENGER, DR. MELVIN D, 07, Orrville Veterinary Clinic Inc, 1665 N Main St, Orrville, OH, 44667, 330682-2971 WHINNERY, BRYAN, 02, Whin-Way Holsteins, 4595 Westville Lake Rd, Beloit, OH, 44609, [email protected], 330-831-3989 WHITELEATHER FARMS, 02, 8208 Bayard Rd, Minerva, OH, 44657, 330-868-5250 WHITELEATHER, ADAM, 02, Iron Gate Farms, 29468 Tower Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, [email protected], 330-205-1738, 330-222-1642 WHITELEATHER, ALEX, 02, Whiteleather Farms, 8208 Bayard Rd, Minerva, OH, 44657, 330-868-5250 WHITELEATHER, ANDRE, 02, Whiteleather Farms, 8208 Bayard Rd, Minerva, OH, 44657 WHITELEATHER, ANDREW, 02, Whiteleather Farms, 10310 Stump Rd, Minerva, OH, 44657, 330-205-1350 WHITELEATHER, BETTY & THOMAS HAGAN, 02, Whiteleather Farms, 451 E Milton St, Alliance, OH, 44601, 330-821-6916, 330-704-3911 WHITELEATHER, ESTHER, 02, Whiteleather Farms, 2855 S Union Ave, Alliance, OH, 44601, 330-8230605, 330-206-3288, 330-823-0605 WHITELEATHER, GLENN, 02, Whiteleather Farms, 8208 Bayard Rd, Minerva, OH, 44657, 330-868-5250 WHITELEATHER, HAGAN, 02, Whiteleather Farms, 451 East Milton St, Alliance, OH, 44601, 330-8685250 WHITELEATHER, JASON & GRETL, 02, Whiteleather Farms, 22499 Bates Rd, Minerva, OH, 44657, [email protected], 330-868-5175, 330-205-1535 WHITELEATHER, JESSICA, 02, Iron Gate Farms, 29468 Tower Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, [email protected] com, 330-806-1804, 330-222-1642 WHITELEATHER, LAUREN, 02, Whiteleather Farms, 7804 Bayard Rd, Minerva, OH, 44657, 330-894-2421 WHITELEATHER, LAWRENCE, 02, Whiteleather Farms, 7804 Bayard Rd, Minerva, OH, 44657, 330894-2421, 330-904-1806 WHITELEATHER, MARJORIE, 02, Whiteleather Farms, 8208 Bayard Rd, Minerva, OH, 44657, 330567-7398 WILEY, DR. RICHARD E., 07, New Pittsburg Veterinary Clinic, 1436 W Old Lincoln Way, Wooster, OH, 44691, [email protected], 330-264-7787, 330-4658670, 330-262-5251 WILL, CHARLES A, 11, 17837 Brown School Rd, Marysville, OH, 43040, [email protected], 614579-4268
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WINCHELL, DAVE, 01, Winchell Farm, 7507 Hankee Rd, Garrettsville, OH, 44231, 330-527-5296, 330-9317647 WINKLER, JEFFREY A, 07, 13515 Kauffman Ave, Sterling, OH, 44276, 330-939-9970 WINNER, SHAWN, 12, 1769 SR 716, Maria Stein, OH, 45860, 937-564-2992 WOLBOLDT, DEAN, 07, 9157 CR 245, Holmesville, OH, 44633 WOLF, KURT & LINDA, 10, Shadow-W Holsteins, B602 CR 17B, New Bavaria, OH, 43548, [email protected] outlook.com, 330-806-6399 Linda/419-439-1771 WOLF, RICHARD & JUDY, 07, Wolf Family Farm, 13040 Canaan Center Rd, Creston, OH, 44217, [email protected], 330-464-7806 WOLFE, JOHN A. & ANN, 02, Earl Wolfe Farms, Inc, 6508 Bentler Ave, Louisville, OH, 44641, [email protected] gmail.com, 330-492-5254, 330-904-7728/330-9047729 WOLFORD, JUDY C., 05, Silver Mist Holsteins, 11242 Wheeler Rd, Ashville, OH, 43103, [email protected], 740-207-1861, 740-477-7475 YAROSH, MARIE B, 08, 20651 Whitehead Rd, Wellington, OH, 44090, 440-647-3572 YEAZEL, MARK, 15, Ja-Bob Holsteins, 1495 Wolverton Rd, Eaton, OH, 45320, [email protected], 937-5330557 YEAZEL, ROBERT, 15, Ja-Bob Holsteins, 6792 S Stateline Rd, Richmond, IN, 47374, 765-965-5246 YODER, AMY MIZER, 03, Mizer Farms, 5941 Saint Jacobs Ridge Rd SW, Stone Creek, OH, 43840, [email protected], 330-897-6901 YODER, CALEB, 02, Yoder Dairy Farm LLC, 23604 Center Rd, Homeworth, OH, 44634, [email protected], 330-831-7706 YODER, DELBERT & HEATHER, 07, Brook Hollow Farm, 8820 Camp Rd, West Salem, OH, 44287, [email protected], 216-496-8819 (D) 330-2425056 (H) YODER, JEREMY, 02, Yoder Farms, 28601 Georgetown Rd, Columbiana, OH, 44408, 330-831-7705, 330-5250446 YODER, MYRON A, 07, Happy View Farm, 53302 SR 651, Baltic, OH, 43804, 330-897-1397 YODER, OWEN C, 07, Mead-Val Farm, 2079 TR 180, Baltic, OH, 43804, 330-897-5059 YODER, REUBEN D, 07, 2519 CR 114, Baltic, OH, 43804, 330-897-0346 YODER, ROBERT J, 07, Yoder Dairy, 4622 TR 403, Millersburg, OH, 44654 YODER, ROY L.S., 07, Sharp-Line Dairy Farm, 2291 SR 557, Baltic, OH, 43804, 330-897-0405 YODER, WILLIAM D, 07, Yoder & Sons Dairy, 53882 SR 651, Baltic, OH, 43804, 330-897-1082 ext 3 ZIEGLER, JEFF & MELANIE, 11, Select Sires Inc, 10365 Long Rd, Ostrander, OH, 43061, [email protected], 614-203-2813 ZIMMER, DEAN & BRENT, 03, Zimmerview Dairy Farm LLC, 700 Zimmer Rd, Marietta, OH, 45750, [email protected], 740-374-7299, 740-5168329, 740-374-6288 ZIMMERMAN, LAMAR, 08, Locust-Grove Dairy, 7180 SR 61N, Shelby, OH, 44875, 419-342-3032 ZIMMERMAN, BENJAMIN R, 07, 5075 Cleveland Rd, Wooster, OH, 44691, 330-345-6748
ZIMMERMAN, CLEASON, 08, Rosie-Knoll Dairy, 1261 TR 1106, Ashland, OH, 44805, 419-207-0865 ZIMMERMAN, FLOYD L, 08, 617 Noble Rd, Shiloh, OH, 44878, 419-896-3018 ZIMMERMAN, HARLAN, 08, Hickory Ridge Holsteins, 328 Eby Rd, Shiloh, OH, 44878, 567-241-4155, ZIMMERMAN, MERVIN RAY, 08, 1400 Taylortown Rd, Mansfield, OH, 44903, 567-241-4001 ZIMMERMAN, RALPH W, 08, Sunrise Farm, 251 Adario W Rd, Shiloh, OH, 44878, 419-896-2795 ZIMMERMAN, VERNON, 08, Mossy Creek Holsteins, 106 Lattimer Rd W, Shiloh, OH, 44878, 419-895-0020 ZIMMERMAN, WALTER, 08, Harmony Echo Holstein, 2741 SR 60, Loudonville, OH, 44842, 419-994-3491, 330-284-3665
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2018 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY ACKLEY, KRISTOPHER, 11, 9738 Rd 141, East Liberty OH 43319, [email protected], 937-9358273 ACKLEY, KYLE, 11, 9738 Rd 141, East Liberty OH 43319, [email protected], 937-935-8273 ALLEY, FAITH, 8, 24205 Smith Rd, Wellington OH 44090, 440-647-2163 ALLEY, LAUREN, 8, 24205 Smith Rd, Wellington OH 44090, 440-647-2163 ANDERSON, GRAYSON, 2, PO Box 217, Damascus OH 44619, [email protected], 330-277-7181 AUBLE, JAZMINE, 8, 23225 Pitts Rd, Wellington OH 44090, [email protected], 440-935-6517 BAKER, BETHANY, 7 BARTH, WYATT, 3, 570 Handschumaker Rd, Marietta OH 45750, 740-376-9225 BAUER, LANE, 9, 126 E Mansfield St, PO Box 142, New Washington OH 44854, 419-689-2749 BAUMANN, CAILI, 15, 3056 Schefsky Rd, Blanchester OH 45107, [email protected], 513-313-6979 BEACH, BRYCE, 3, 11640 Clark Rd, Uhrichsville OH 44683, 330-365-0209 BEAT, RACHEL A, 8, 4602 En Rd, Norwalk OH 44857, [email protected], 419-577-9209 BERG, AARON, 8, 3056 Parsons Rd, Bellville OH 44813, [email protected], 419-886-2871 BERG, COLIN, 8, 3056 Parsons Rd, Bellville OH 44813, [email protected], 419-886-2871 BORCHERS, AUSTIN, 11, 13540 CR 60, Jackson Center OH 45334, [email protected], 937-596-6772 BORCHERS, JACOB, 11, 13540 CR 60, Jackson Center OH 45334, [email protected], 937596-6772
CALL, COOPER, 13, 11050 Huntington Rd, South Charleston OH 45368, [email protected], 937-206-1398
CRING, KAYLA, 8, 199 Benedict Ave, Norwalk OH 44857, [email protected], 419-577-5189
CAMPBELL, ALEX, 2, 22243 Georgetown Homeworth OH 44634, 330-206-6308
CUPPS, ALLYSON, 15, 799 Nutt Rd, Centerville OH 45458, [email protected], 937-215-5851
CAMPBELL, BAILEY, 2, 22243 Georgetown Homeworth OH 44634, 330-206-6308
DANIEL, CORA, 2, 7642 Columbus Rd, Louisville OH 44641, 330-323-4379
CAMPBELL, JACOB, 2, 3399 Union Ave NE, Minerva OH 44657, [email protected], 330-862-2028
DANIEL, SYDNEY, 2, 7642 Columbus Rd, Louisville OH 44641, 330-323-4379
CAMPBELL, LINDSEY, 2, 3399 Union Ave NE, Minerva OH 44657, [email protected], 330-8622028
DAVIDSON, CAITLIN, 15, 2664 Edwards Rd, Sardinia OH 45171, [email protected], 937-205-2767
CAMPBELL, MORGAN, 2, 3399 Union Ave NE, Minerva OH 44657, [email protected], 330862-2028
DAVIDSON, NATASHA, 15, 2664 Edwards Rd, Sardinia OH 45171, [email protected], 937-205-2767
CAMPBELL, TAYLOR, 2, 4105 Mahoning Ave NE, Homeworth OH 44634, 330-525-7093
DAVIDSON, ZACHARY, 15, 2664 Edwards Rd, Sardinia OH 45171, [email protected], 937-205-2767
CARLE, AARON, 2, 9157 Rochester Rd, East Rochester OH 44625, 330-771-4122 CLARKE, CAITLIN, 3, 10204 Blizzard Ridge Rd, Uhrichville OH 44683, 740-922-1283 CLINE, MATTHEW, 9, 5453 SR 199, Fostoria OH 44830, 419-619-4539 CLINE, NICHOLAS, 9, 5453 SR 199, Fostoria OH 44830, 419-619-4539 COFFMAN, GARETT, 3, 690 Coffman Rd, Marietta OH 45750, 740-374-3116 COFFMAN, KATLYN, 3, 690 Coffman Rd, Marietta OH 45750, 740-374-3116 COLBY, JESSICA, 14, 6336 Fessler-Buxton Rd, Houston OH 45333, [email protected], 937-2101316 COLE, WILLIAM SPRENG, 9, PO Box 621, Bucyrus OH 44820, 419-561-0902 CONGLETON, LEVI, 3, 195 Emmaus Rd, Belpre OH 45714, 740-423-9679
BOUIC, MATTHEW, 11, 8900 SR 38, Milford Center OH 43045, [email protected], 937-707-4579
CONGLETON, TRACE, 3, 195 Emmaus Rd, Belpre OH 45714, 740-423-9679
BOUTON, AUDREY, 4, 12138 Green Valley Rd, Mt. Vernon OH 43050, [email protected], 740-507-8271
CONRAD, MACRAE, 5, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New Holland OH 43145, [email protected], 740495-5067
BOUTON, ELLA, 4, 12138 Green Valley Rd, Mt. Vernon OH 43050, [email protected], 740507-8271
CONRAD, MACY, 5, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New Holland OH 43145, [email protected], 740495-5067
BOUTON, JILLIAN, 4, 12138 Green Valley Rd, Mt. Vernon OH 43050, [email protected], 740-507-8271
CONRAD, MAYLON, 5, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New Holland OH 43145, [email protected], 740495-5067
BUDNY, AVA, 10, K121 CR 3, McClure OH 43534, [email protected], 419-278-0030
COOPER, CODY, 2, 37880 Wickham Rd, Pomeroy OH 45769-9425,
BUDNY, LEAH, 10, K121 CR 3, McClure OH 43534, [email protected], 419-278-0030
CORNISH, GREG, 8, 2572 Edwards Rd, North Fairfield OH 44855, [email protected], 419-6817472
BUDNY, NORA, 10, K121 CR 3, McClure OH 43534, [email protected], 419-278-0030
COX, LEVI, 3, 7875 SR 26, Marietta OH 45750, 740473-2789
DAVIS, LILLY, 7, 474 Leatha Lane, Cleveland TN 37312, 330-263-1756 DAYS, ELIZA, 3, 2222 Channel Rd NE, Carrollton OH 44615, 330-738-3306 DAYS, EMMY, 3, 2222 Channel Rd NE, Carrollton OH 44615, 330-738-3306 DEAM, BRYSON M, 13, 5644 Jennybrook Ln, Hilliard OH 43026, [email protected], 937-477-6616 DEAM, EMILY, 3, 9843 Golf Course Rd, Sugarcreek OH 44681, [email protected], 330-763-1405 DEAM, MADISON L, 13, 5644 Jennybrook Ln, Hilliard OH 43026, [email protected], 937-4776616 DEAM, TREVOR S, 13, 5644 Jennybrook Ln, Hilliard OH 43026, [email protected], 937-477-6616 DEAM, VICTORIA, 3, 9843 Golf Course Rd, Sugarcreek OH 44681, [email protected], 330-763-1405 DORIA, PARKER, 13, 370 Edgewood, Perrysburg OH 43551, 937-652-3840 DORIA, RILEY, 13, 370 Edgewood, Perrysburg OH 43551, 937-652-3840 DUDTE, LANEY, 7, 5801 Cleveland Rd, Wooster OH 44691, 330-466-8380 DUDTE, LUCAS, 7, 5801 Cleveland Rd, Wooster OH 44691, 330-466-8380 DUMBECK, AVERY, 8, 1385 Snyder Rd, Norwalk OH 44857, [email protected], 419-706-2079 DUMBECK, HANNAH, 8, 1385 Snyder Rd, Norwalk OH 44857, [email protected], 419-706-2079 DUMBECK, ZECHARIAH, 8, 1385 Snyder Rd, Norwalk OH 44857, [email protected], 419706-2079 DVORAK, AVA, 8, 52055 New London Eastern Rd, Nova OH 44859, [email protected], 419929-2011
COX, LUCAS, 3, 7875 SR 26, Marietta OH 45750, 740473-2789
DVORAK, ELIZA, 8, 52055 New London Eastern Rd, Nova OH 44859, [email protected], 419929-2011
BURGER, LESLIE, 15, 11704 Camden Dorrtown, Camden OH 45311, [email protected], 513-330-4214
CRAWFORD, JESSIE, 15, 3056 Schefsky Rd, Blanchester OH 45107, [email protected], 937-987-2887
DVORAK, OREN, 8, 52055 New London Eastern Rd, Nova OH 44859, [email protected], 419929-2011
CALL, CHASE, 13, 11050 Huntington Rd, South Charleston OH 45368, [email protected], 937-2061398
CRING, BETHANY JANE, 8, 199 Benedict Ave, Norwalk OH 44857, [email protected], 419-5775189
DVORAK, ZANE, 8, 52055 New London Eastern Rd, Nova OH 44859, kat[email protected], 419929-2011
BURGER, AUDRA, 15, 11704 Camden Dorrtown, Camden OH 45311, [email protected], 513-330-4214
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2018 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY DYE, HANNAH M, 2, 27863 Shoemaker Rd, Beloit OH 44609, [email protected], 330-581-7603
HAVENS, J. GARRETT, 9, 4293 Tiffin Rd, Fremont OH 43420, 419-992-4471
KLEINTOP, KEELY, 3, 117 Acme St, Marietta OH 45750, 740-336-7210
DYE, MICHAH JAMES, 2, 27863 Shoemaker Rd, Beloit OH 44609, [email protected], 330-581-7603
HAWVERMALE, ASHLEY, 7, 703 Barnard Rd, Wooster OH 44691, [email protected], 330621-3638
KLEINTOP, QUINLIN, 3, 117 Acme St, Marietta OH 45750, 740-336-7210
ELLIOTT, MICHAELA, 8, 1067 CR 1175, Ashland OH 44805, [email protected], 419-496-6133 ELSASS, LILLY, 12, 17932 Freyburg East Rd, Wapakoneta OH 45895, 419-552-0355 FINKE, LILLIAN, 13, 1285 SR 29 NE, London OH 43140, [email protected], 614-402-8364 FINKE, OLIVIA, 13, 1285 SR 29 NE, London OH 43140, [email protected], 614-402-8364 FINTON, BRITTANY, 3, 1442 Stonecreek Rd SW, New Philadelphia OH 44663, [email protected] roadrunner.com, 330-339-4981 FINTON, KURT, 3, 1442 Stonecreek Rd SW, New Philadelphia OH 44663, [email protected] com, 330-339-4981
HAWVERMALE, KELLY, 7, 703 Barnard Rd, Wooster OH 44691, [email protected], 330-621-3638 HEGER, BLAKE, 15, 43 Kameron Dr, Monroe OH 45050 HEGER, COLE, 15, 10131 CR 227, Camden OH 45311, 937-452-3606 HEIBY, BETHANY J, 8, 2188 TR 757, Perrysville OH 44864, [email protected], 419-368-4238 HEMPFLING, LILLIAN, 12, 22161 Lincoln Hwy, Delphos OH 45833, [email protected], 419236-6467 HERSHBERGER, BRENT, 7, 2051 SR 557, Baltic OH 43804, 330-897-0686
FRASER, SARA MARIE, 2, 632 S 12th St, Beloit OH 44609, 330-257-9899
HUDSON, COLE, 9, 1627 SR 100, Bucyrus OH 44820, 419-563-0102
GILBERT, JACOBY, 7, 11200 Hiner Rd, Wooster OH 44691, 330-231-8039
HUDSON, KYLE, 9, 1627 SR 100, Bucyrus OH 44820, 419-563-0102
GILBERT, JAMISON, 7, 11200 Hiner Rd, Wooster OH 44691, 330-231-8039
HUGHES, AMY, 7, 1920 TR 26, Killbuck OH 44637, [email protected], 330-377-4156
GREER, HUNTER, 8, 23834 SR 301, Wellington OH 44090, 330-421-6838
HUGHES, JOHN, 7, 1920 TR 26, Killbuck OH 44637, [email protected], 330-377-4156
GRIFFITH, HANNAH, 15, 12146 Dairy Lane, Bethel OH 45106, 513-543-2315
HUGHES, WILLIAM, 7, 1920 TR 26, Killbuck OH 44637, [email protected], 330-3774156
GRIFFITH, JENNA, 15, 12146 Dairy Lane, Bethel OH 45106, 513-543-2315 GRIFFITH, SHELBY, 15, 12146 Dairy Lane, Bethel OH 45106, 513-543-2315 GUNKELMAN, CARLIE, 8, 3411 Abbeyville Rd, Medina OH 44859, 330-350-2047 GUNKELMAN, CLAY, 8, 3411 Abbeyville Rd, Medina OH 44256, 330-350-2047 GUNKELMAN, CORA, 8, 3411 Abbeyville Rd, Medina OH 44256, 330-350-2047 GUNKELMAN, CURTIS, 8, 3411 Abbeyville Rd, Medina OH 44256, 330-350-2047 GUNKELMAN, GRACE, 7, 2021 W Steiner Rd, Burbank OH 44214, [email protected], 330464-3259 GUNKELMAN, TIM, 7, 2021 W Steiner Rd, Burbank OH 44214, [email protected], 330-4643259 HARDING, KARI, 3, 5159 Evanscreek Rd SW, Sugarcreek OH 44681, 330-897-7979 HARDING, RYAN, 3, 5159 Evanscreek Rd SW, Sugarcreek OH 44681, 330-897-7979 HARTLINE, CALEB, 3, 303 1/2 Ingleside Ave, Marietta OH 45750, [email protected], 740706-0585 HASTINGS, GARRETT, 1, 13270 Stoney Springs Drive, Chardon OH 44024, [email protected] com, 440-635-0313 HASTINGS, JACK, 1, 13270 Stoney Springs Drive, Chardon OH 44024, [email protected], 440635-0313 HAVENS, GRANT, 9, 4293 Tiffin Rd, Fremont OH 43420, 419-992-4471 48
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HUNSBERGER, AARON, 7, 8257 Aylsworth Rd, Shreve OH 44676, [email protected] com, 330-496-2134 HUNSBERGER, LANEY, 7, 8257 Aylsworth Rd, Shreve OH 44676, [email protected] com, 330-496-2134 JACKSON, CANNON, 8, 23834 SR 301, Wellington OH 44090, 330-421-6838 KAVERMAN, KORBIN J, 13, 11142 Huntington Rd, South Charleston OH 45368, [email protected], 419-203-9629 KAVERMAN, LYDIA M, 13, 11142 Huntington Rd, South Charleston OH 45368, [email protected], 419-203-9629 KIKO, ABIGAIL, 3, 6220 Andora Rd, Mechanicstown OH 44651, 330-627-0321 KIKO, ISABELLA TESS, 3, 6220 Andora Rd, Mechanicstown OH 44651, 330-627-0321 KING, HAYDEN, 13, 1102 Mennonite Church Rd, West Liberty OH 43357, [email protected], 937-465-1550 KING, MICKAYLA, 13, 1102 Mennonite Church Rd, West Liberty OH 43357, [email protected], 937-465-1550 KING, SAMANTHA, 13, 1102 Mennonite Church Rd, West Liberty OH 43357, [email protected], 937-465-1550 KING, SILAS, 13, 1102 Mennonite Church Rd, West Liberty OH 43357, [email protected], 937-465-1550 KINNEY, NATHANIEL, 7, 8088 Aylsworth Rd, Shreve OH 44676, [email protected], 330-473-0261
KLIER, EMILY, 8, 18456 Pitts Rd, Wellington OH 44090, 440-328-7774 KLINER, KALEB, 7, 33 Parr, West Salem OH 44287, 419-651-0386 KNAPP, GRACE, 8, 24228 West Rd, Wellington OH 44090, [email protected], 440-647-6104 KNAPP, JACOB, 8, 24228 West Rd, Wellington OH 44090, [email protected], 440-647-6104 KNOLL, DRAKE, 8, 415 Old State Rd, North Fairfield OH 44855, [email protected], 419-681-0751 KNOLL, DYLLON, 8, 415 Old State Rd, North Fairfield OH 44855, [email protected], 419-6810751 LAHMERS, AUDREY, 13, 10540 Hinton Mill Rd, Marysville OH 43040, [email protected], 614-306-7194 LAHMERS, AVA, 13, 10540 Hinton Mill Rd, Marysville OH 43040, [email protected], 614306-7194 LAHMERS, ELAINA, 13, 10540 Hinton Mill Rd, Marysville OH 43040, [email protected], 614-306-7194 LAMB, CLAYTON, 8, 44381 New London Eastern Rd, Sullivan OH 44880, [email protected], 440935-9828 LAMB, GLENN, 8, 44381 New London Eastern Rd, Sullivan OH 44880, [email protected], 440935-9828 LAMB, JOAN, 8, 44381 New London Eastern Rd, Sullivan OH 44880, [email protected], 440935-9828 LAMB, ROY, 8, 44381 New London Eastern Rd, Sullivan OH 44880, [email protected], 440-935-9828 L’AMOREAUX, LAUREN, 2, 7261 Paris Ave, Louisville OH 44641, [email protected], 330875-4157 L’AMOREAUX, LINDSAY, 2, 7261 Paris Ave, Louisville OH 44641, [email protected], 330875-4157 LANDES, JOSH, 2, 2398 Ravenna Ave NE, East Canton OH 44730, [email protected], 330-9330108 LANDES, JUSTIN, 2, 2398 Ravenna Ave NE, East Canton OH 44730, [email protected], 330933-0108 LANE, ALEXIS, 3, 9391 Veto Rd, Belpre OH 45714, [email protected], 740-885-8349 LEHNER, SARAH, 11, 709 Radnor Rd, Delaware OH 43015, [email protected], 740-369-0262 LEIGHTY, CORY, 7, 6005 W Britton Rd, West Salem OH 44287, [email protected], 419-215-8907 LIETTE, CARTER, 12, 2141 Glynwood Rd, St Marys OH 45885, 419-394-4343 LIMING, MARLENA, 1, 3726 Austintown-Warren Rd, Mineral Ridge OH 44440, [email protected] com, 330-770-6206
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2018 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY LOGAN, JEFFERY, 1, 4339 Wakefield Creek Rd, Farmdale OH 44417, [email protected], 330-240-4450 LOGAN, MATTHEW, 1, 9506 SR 193, Farmdale OH 44417, [email protected], 330-240-9946 LOGAN, ZACHARY, 1, 9506 SR 193, Farmdale OH 44417, [email protected], 330-240-9946 LUND, COURTNEY, 8, 1577 New State Rd, Norwalk OH 44857, 419-668-7313 LUND, MATTHEW, 8, 1577 New State Rd, Norwalk OH 44857, 419-668-7313 MATHEWS, EMMA, 15, 1506 Hodson Rd, New Vienna OH 45159, [email protected], 513-300-7291 MATHEWS, MAGGIE, 15, 1506 Hodson Rd, New Vienna OH 45159, [email protected], 513-3007291 MATHEWS, WILL, 15, 4976 SR 132, Batavia OH 45103, [email protected], 513-732-1494 MAURER, ALEXANDRA, 2, 5140 N Nickelplate, Louisville OH 44641, [email protected], 330-581-0070 MAZZARO, BAILEE, 1, 7373 Stanhope Kelloggsville Rd, Williamsfield OH 44093, [email protected] com, 440-667-1765 MAZZARO, CALLA, 1, 7373 Stanhope Kelloggsville Rd, Williamsfield OH 44093, [email protected] com, 440-667-1765 MAZZARO, MASON, 1, 7373 Stanhope Kelloggsville Rd, Williamsfield OH 44093, [email protected] com, 440-667-1765 MAZZARO, MATTHEW, 1, 7373 Stanhope Kelloggsville Rd, Williamsfield OH 44093, [email protected] aol.com, 440-667-1765
MILLER, JESSE, 7, 2345 TR 165, Sugarcreek OH 44681, 330-852-2358
QUALLEN, EMILY, 15, 1123 Brown Rd, Wilmington OH 45177, 937-725-0201
MORLOCK, ALLISON, 7, 10808 Williams Rd, West Salem OH 44287, [email protected] com, 419-651-3261
QUALLEN, LOREN, 15, 1123 Brown Rd, Wilmington OH 45177, 937-725-0201
MORLOCK, BRANDT, 7, 10808 Williams Rd, West Salem OH 44287, [email protected] com, 419-651-3261 MORLOCK, COLBY, 7, 10416 Jeffery Rd, West Salem OH 44287, [email protected], 330-3580535 MORLOCK, DILLON, 7, 10416 Jeffery Rd, West Salem OH 44287, [email protected], 330358-0535 MORLOCK, MADISEN, 10, 6661 Housekeeper Rd, Pemberville OH 43450, 419-308-7990 MUDGETT, GARRETT, 13, 5644 Jennybrook Ln, Hilliard OH 43026, [email protected], 937477-6616 MUSSARD, BURLEY, 10, 10359 Dunham Rd, Mt Vernon OH 43050, 419-438-2746 MUSSARD, CLARA, 10, 10359 Dunham Rd, Mt Vernon OH 43050, 419-438-2746 MUSSARD, LANE, 10, 10359 Dunham Rd, Mt Vernon OH 43050, 419-438-2746 MUSSARD, PHOEBE, 10, 10359 Dunham Rd, Mt Vernon OH 43050, 419-438-2746 NELSON, JONATHON, 13, 1751 S Dugan Rd, Urbana OH 43078, 937-653-8041 OBERHOLTZER, BRITTANY R, 8, 727 CR 2404, Loudonville OH 44842, [email protected], 419938-3156
MCCOY, MEGAN, 9, 6033 E TR 58, Bloomville OH 44818, [email protected], 419-349-4340
OBERHOLTZER, HAEDON, 8, 727 CR 2404, Loudonville OH 44842, [email protected], 419-9383156
MCDONALD, MICHAEL, 8, 46690 SR 303, Wellington OH 44090, [email protected], 440315-4854
OBERHOLTZER, JAEDON, 8, 727 CR 2404, Loudonville OH 44842, [email protected], 419-9383156
MCDONNELL, MIRANDA, 8, 48199 SR 303, Wellington OH 44090, [email protected] com
OBERTHOLTZER, WALDON, 8, 727 CR 2404, Loudonville OH 44842, [email protected], 419938-3156
MCDONNELL, MORGAN, 8, 48199 SR 303, Wellington OH 44090,
OECHSLE, KOREY, 12, 11247 Wren Landeck Rd, Van Wert OH 45891, [email protected], 419605-7749
MCGUIRE, KYLE, 11, 1741 Mennonite Church Rd, West Liberty OH 43357, [email protected], 937-465-7428
PATTERSON, KAILI G, 5, 15480 London Rd, Orient OH 43146, [email protected], 419-905-8998
MCKAY, JOSH, 5, 6240 Miami Trace Rd, Washington Court House OH 43160,
PAULIN, JOHN, 8, 1079 TR 126, Nova OH 44859, [email protected], 419-908-5700
MEEKER, HUNTER, 15, 18788 Gauche Rd, Fayetteville OH 45118, [email protected], 513260-2331
PHILLIPS, MAYA, 8, 289 E Main St, Norwalk OH 44857, [email protected], 419-577-1639
MEEKER, KERRIGN, 15, 18788 Gauche Rd, Fayetteville OH 45118, [email protected], 513260-2331 MEEKER, WYATT, 15, 18788 Gauche Rd, Fayetteville OH 45118, [email protected], 513-2602331 MILEY, ADAM, 7, 8108 Martin Rd, West Salem OH 44287, [email protected], 419-846-3234 MILEY, DAVID, 7, 8108 Martin Rd, West Salem OH 44287, [email protected], 419-846-3234
POND, COLE, 13, 1319 N Parkview Rd, Woodstock OH 43084, 937-834-2431 POND, KALEB, 11, 5429 CR 31 S, Bellefontaine OH 43311, [email protected], 937-935-8339 POND, KODY, 11, 5429 CR 31 S, Bellefontaine OH 43311, [email protected], 937-935-8339 POND, P. SHEM, 13, 1319 N Parkview Rd, Woodstock OH 43084, 937-834-2431 PORTZ, CONNER C, 8, 2573 TR 687, Loudonville OH 44842, [email protected], 419-5716969
QUALLEN, SARAH, 15, 1123 Brown Rd, Wilmington OH 45177, 937-725-0201 RAMSEY, ANNA, 2, 6452 Oakhill Ave, Alliance OH 44601, 330-875-0236 RAMSEY, BRICE, 2, 7632 Columbus Rd, Louisville OH 44641, 330-875-0236 RAMSEY, COLLEEN, 2, 7632 Columbus Rd, Louisville OH 44641, 330-875-0236 RAMSEY, EMMA, 2, 7632 Columbus Rd, Louisville OH 44641, 330-875-0236 RAMSEY, HALEY, 2, 7632 Columbus Rd, Louisville OH 44641, 330-875-0236 RAMSEY, MEREDITH, 2, 7632 Columbus Rd, Louisville OH 44641, 330-875-0236 RAMSEY, WILLIAM, 2, 6452 Oakhill Ave, Alliance OH 44601, 330-821-7563 RAUSCH, MASON, 11, 12331 Industrial Pkwy, Marysville OH 43040, [email protected], 614-989-0560 RAUSCH, NOAH, 11, 12331 Industrial Pkwy, Marysville OH 43040, [email protected], 614989-0560 REID, SAWYER, 3, 58901 Yoker Valley Rd, Quaker City OH 43773, [email protected], 740-4987772 REID, SKYLER, 3, 58901 Yoker Valley Rd, Quaker City OH 43773, [email protected], 740-498-7772 REID, SOMER, 3, 58901 Yoker Valley Rd, Quaker City OH 43773, [email protected], 740-498-7772 ROBINSON, EMILY, 5, 11894 Elgin Dr, Orient OH 43146, [email protected], 614-5979090 RUPRECHT, GALEN, 4, 20009 Mishey Rd, Butler OH 44822, 330-466-1382 RUPRECHT, OLIVER, 4, 20009 Mishey Rd, Butler OH 44822, 330-466-1382 SAMMETINGER, AMELIA, 12, 14372 Pusheta Rd, Wapakoneta OH 45895, [email protected] com, 937-538-8313 SAYERS, MAX, 11, 16591 County Home Rd, Marysville OH 43040, 937-644-1589 SCHAEFER, CLAIRE, 15, 4459 Anderson Rd, Hillsboro OH 45133, [email protected], 937581-0950 SCHAEFER, MCKENNA, 15, 4459 Anderson Rd, Hillsboro OH 45133, [email protected], 937-581-0950 SCHLAUCH, LOGAN, 7, 12809 TR 503, Big Prairie OH 44611, [email protected], 330-231-2111 SCHLAUCH, WYATT, 7, 12809 TR 503, Big Prairie OH 44611, [email protected], 330-231-2111 SEEDORF, CALLIE, 10, 4512 CR F, Deshler OH 43516, 419-966-7480 SEEDORF, CHLOE, 10, 4512 CR F, Deshler OH 43516, 419-966-7480 SEEDORF, CLAIRE, 10, 4512 CR F, Deshler OH 43516, 419-966-7480 O H I O N E W S | M AY / J U N E 2 0 1 8 | 4 9
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2018 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY SEEDORF, WILL, 10, 4512 CR F, Deshler OH 43516, [email protected], 419-966-7480 SEIBERT, ISABEL, 3, 497 Moravian Trail, Uhrichsville OH 44683, 330-340-7185 SHARP, HANNAH, 1, 8105 SR 609, Burghill OH 44404, [email protected], 440-724-1587 SHEETS, MOLLY A, 11, 931 Christopher Circle, Ada OH 45810, [email protected], 740-363-2184 SHEETS, PRESTON, 1, 4034 Lakeshore Dr, Cortland OH 44410, 330-720-3180 SHEFFIELD, ISABELLA, 8, 46690 SR 303, Wellington OH 44090, [email protected], 440-3154854 SHOCKEY, ABIGAIL, 3, 142 Leatherberry Rd, Carrollton OH 44615, 330-627-9071 SMITH, ALEXIA, 11, 14630 Middleburg Plain City Rd, Plain City OH 43064, [email protected], 614-733-0182 SMITH, EMILY, 3, 42743 Mule Ridge Rd, Sardis OH 43946, [email protected], 740-483-2107 SMITH, NERISSA, 3, 42743 Mule Ridge Rd, Sardis OH 43946, [email protected], 740-4832107 SMITH, TAPANGA, 2, 7642 Columbus Rd, Louisville OH 44641, 330-323-4379 SMITH, WYATT, 2, 7642 Columbus Rd, Louisville OH 44641, 330-323-4379 SPRENG, NOAH, 7, 6860 Snoddy Rd, Shreve OH 44676, [email protected], 419-651-5198 STARNER, COLSON, 3, 849 Geneva St SW, Sugarcreek OH 44681, 330-440-1005 STEEL, CLINTON, 3, 2671 Steel Rd NW, Dover OH 44622, 330-407-3398 STEINER, CHRISTIAN, 7, 13939 Eby Rd, Creston OH 44217, [email protected], 330-464-1219 STEINER, ZACH, 7, 13939 Eby Rd, Creston OH 44217, [email protected], 330-464-1219 STEINKE, LUKE, 12, 15431 Fox Ranch, Wapakoneta OH 45895, [email protected], 419-233-2748 STEINKE, ZACHARY, 12, 13505 Kettlersville Rd, Wapakoneta OH 45895, [email protected] net, 419-738-7174 STETSON, MOLLY, 15, 4986 SR 132, Batavia OH 45103, [email protected], 513-6251819 STRONG, MIA M, 8, 301 E Main St, Norwalk OH 44857, [email protected], 567-219-1673 SUGG, BRANDON, 7, 5789 Cleveland Rd, Wooster OH 44691, [email protected], 330-3170861 SUGG, KAITLYN, 7, 5789 Cleveland Rd, Wooster OH 44691, [email protected], 330-317-0861 SUGG, KIERSTEN, 7, 5789 Cleveland Rd, Wooster OH 44691, [email protected], 330-3170861 SUTTON, MARISSA, 1, 9347 SR 45, Orwell OH 44076, [email protected], 330-550-8356 TEDRICK, COOPER, 10, 409 E Main St, Ramsey IL 62080, 618-339-7879 TEDRICK, LILLY, 10, 409 E Main St, Ramsey IL 62080, 618-423-2234 50
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THOMAS, COLTON, 13, 6140 SR 296, Cable OH 43009, [email protected], 937-7472110
WHITELEATHER, AUTUMN, 2, 22499 Bates Rd, Minerva OH 44657, [email protected], 330-819-2810
THOMAS, KENDALL, 13, 6140 SR 296, Cable OH 43009, [email protected], 937-7472110
WHITELEATHER, AVA, 2, 22499 Bates Rd, Minerva OH 44657, [email protected], 330-8192810
THORBAHN, JENNA, 11, 9035 Oak Ridge Ln, Plain City OH 43064, 614-873-6946
WOLF, ANDERSON, 7, 13040 Canaan Center Rd, Creston OH 44217,
TODTEN, KARALYNN J, 8, 414 W Herrick Ave, Wellington OH 44090, [email protected], 440-371-6701
WOLF, KEENAN, 7, 5801 Cleveland Rd, Wooster OH 44691, 330-345-3264
TOONEY, CAITLYN, 3, 116 Westview Ct, Barnesville OH 43713, [email protected], 740-238-0636 TOPP, AIDEN, 14, 9477 Botkins Rd, Botkins OH 45306, 419-753-2276 TOPP, ALAINA, 14, 9477 Botkins Rd, Botkins OH 45306, 419-753-2276
WOLFE, DANIEL E, 2, 6508 Bentler Ave, Louisville OH 44641, [email protected], 330-492-5254 WOOD, AUSTEN, 7, 8575 Finley Rd, Wooster OH 44691, [email protected], 330-201-0356 WOOD, KIERSTYN, 7, 8575 Finley Rd, Wooster OH 44691, [email protected], 330-201-0356
TOPP, AUBREE, 14, 9477 Botkins Rd, Botkins OH 45306, [email protected], 419-753-2276
WYATT, CARSON, 12, 143 Bear Dr, New Bremen OH 45869, [email protected], 419-5756151
TOPP, BRENNAN, 12, 5170 Lock Two Rd, New Bremen OH 45869, 330-464-4960
YODER, AUSTIN, 13, 11050 Huntington Rd, South Charleston OH 45368, 937-206-1398
TOPP, KEATON, 14, 19269 Reineke Schipper Rd, Botkins OH 45306, [email protected], 937693-4400
YODER, AUSTIN L, 3, 5941 Saint Jacobs Ridge Rd SW, Stone Creek OH 43840, [email protected] com, 330-897-6901
TOPP, KINLEY, 14, 19269 Reineke Schipper Rd, Botkins OH 45306, 937-693-4400 TOPP, LOGAN, 12, 5170 Lock Two Rd, New Bremen OH 45869, 330-464-4960 TOPP, MACKENZIE, 14, 10356 Kohler Rd, Wapakoneta OH 45895, 419-753-3177 TOPP, MADELYN, 14, 10356 Kohler Rd, Wapakoneta OH 45895, [email protected], 419-753-3177 TOPP, MARISSA, 12, 5170 Lock Two Rd, New Bremen OH 45869, 330-464-4960 TRBOVICH, LOGAN, 3, 7222 Waynesburg Rd, Waynesburg OH 44688, 330-866-5438 TULLIS, KOLBY, 3, 2039 Aster Rd, Scio OH 43988, [email protected], 330-739-2067 TURON, COLBY, 1, 5432 Greenville Rd, West Farmington OH 44491, [email protected], 440-548-5979 TURON, LILAH, 1, 5432 Greenville Rd, West Farmington OH 44491, [email protected], 440-548-5979 TURON, STEVE, 1, 5432 Greenville Rd, West Farmington OH 44491, [email protected], 440-548-5979 TWINING, TYLER, 8, 111 Griggs Rd, Wellington OH 44090, VALES, REBECCA M, 7, 53 CR 2575, Lakeville OH 44638, [email protected], 740-504-2378 VANCE, RACHEL L, 7, 990 Wadsworth Rd, Orrville OH 44467, [email protected], 330-4655142 WALKER, BRICE, 15, 1506 Hodson Rd, New Vienna OH 45159, 937-987-2887 WEYANT, FAITH, 3, 1071 Coffman Rd, Marietta OH 45750, [email protected], 740-373-3744 WHITELEATHER, ALICE, 2, 22499 Bates Rd, Minerva OH 44657, [email protected], 330819-2810
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Index of Advertisers Ack-Lee Farms...........................................................................................MW pg. 33 ADA ............................................................................................................... pg. 32-33 Agri-King..............................................................................................................pg. 13 Andrews Auctioneer......................................................................................... pg. 5 Bankey, Derek....................................................................................................pg. 53 Brandt, Daniel....................................................................................................pg. 27 Canfield Fair........................................................................................................pg. 27 Cargill....................................................................................................................pg. 31 COBA/Select Sires.............................................................................................pg. 56 Commodity Blenders......................................................................................pg. 19 Commodity Specialists...................................................................................pg. 19 Computermixx..................................................................................................pg. 23 District VII Show................................................................................................pg. 27 Farmers National Bank....................................................................................pg. 30 Fastrack................................................................................................................pg. 18 GENEX..................................................................................................................... pg. 2 Harold’s Equipment.........................................................................................pg. 24 Holstein USA......................................................................................................pg. 36 Kalmbach Feeds......................................................................................... pg. 54-55 Kidron Auction.................................................................................................... pg. 6 Kiko Auctioneer................................................................................................pg. 35 Kim R. Davis - Nationwide.............................................................................pg. 22 Lewis & Langley.................................................................................................. pg. 6 Lowe & Young....................................................................................................pg. 22 Lundview & Associates..........................................................................MW pg. 18 Mac Acres...................................................................................................MW pg. 48 Meaden & Moore..............................................................................................pg. 12 Mennonite Mutual...........................................................................................pg. 12
Miley Holsteins.........................................................................................MW pg. 64 New Pittsburg Vet Clinic................................................................................pg. 24 Nor-J Farms.........................................................................................................pg. 14 OH-River Syndicate.................................................................................MW pg. 46 Ohio Beef Checkoff............................................................................................ pg. 8 OSU ATI.................................................................................................................. pg. 9 PBS Animal Health...........................................................................................pg. 11 Performance Seeds............................................................................................ pg. 3 Plainfield Farms........................................................................................MW pg. 24 Plain-Knoll Holsteins..............................................................................MW pg. 89 Prenger’s, Inc......................................................................................................pg. 23 PriorityOne................................................................................................... pg. 28-29 Rohaven Holsteins...........................................................................................pg. 35 SafeTrac Grooving............................................................................................pg. 25 Shearer Equipment............................................................................................ pg. 7 Silent-b Registered Holsteins..............................................................MW pg. 70 Spike Rental........................................................................................................pg. 15 ST Genetics.........................................................................................................pg. 52 Stein-Way Equipment.....................................................................................pg. 51 Ten-Penny Holsteins...............................................................................MW pg. 79 Trent Insurance................................................................................................... pg. 6 Triple Hil Sires....................................................................................................pg. 37 U-Dean Farms...................................................................................................... pg. 5 W.G. Dairy Supply.............................................................................................pg. 24 Walnut Hill Dairy................................................................................................. pg. 9 We-Three....................................................................................................MW pg. 42 Wenger’s Sharpening Service......................................................................pg. 18 Whiteleather Holsteins...................................................................................pg. 21
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