AJ Quist Memorial Young Breeder of the Year Award
Applications accepted throughout the year from members age 21-40.
AJ Quist Memorial Award APPLICATION
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Holstein USA News:
Click below for the latest updates from Holstein USA
Your area Holstein USA reps:
Dennis Edlund: 916-207-4796
James Macedo: 559-623-2734
Local Area Clubs:
President Tony Neles
President Raymond Quaresma
President Gilbert Teixeira
President James Davis
President Stephen Maddox, Jr.
South San Joaquin
President Matthew Evangelo
Entry form now available for Futurity #42.
Make the first payment, DUE JULY 1ST, on yearling heifers,
for the 2016 3-Year-Old Futurity class.
futurity premiums and info
(Renewal forms mailed to those exhibitors with 2 year olds currently entered)
Congratulations to the Juniors who represented CA
at the National Holstein Convention in various contests
National Champion Junior Dairy Bowl Team:
Macey Pearson, Hayden Costa, Hannah Mancebo, Siana Barrett
National Reserve Champion Senior Dairy Bowl Team:
Kiara Gilardi, Bailey Allen, Hannah Van Dyk, Frankie Gambonini
1st Place Junior Dairy Jeopardy- Hayley Fernandes
Jacob Fernandes, Clayton Arntz, Alex Gambonini, Ellorine Carle,
Colleen Allen, Rachel Mancebo, Luke Van Dyk
The California Holstein Association's 2nd Annual Golf Tournament
took place on Thursday, June 19th at Rancho Del Rey Golf Course in Atwater.
Industry friends all enjoyed this fun event, thank you for your support!
Cow Camp was held July 1-3 at Cal Poly, SLO
Sincere thank you to the Cal Poly Dairy Department for hosting us,
and organizing some great educational activities!
Click here to see more pictures!!
Held at the Turlock Fairgrounds on April 24th & 25th, with Brian Carscadden officiating. Congratulations to all of our exhibitors on a tremendous show!
All pictures and placings provided by HolsteinWorld can be found on www.dairyshowsonline.com
Junior Champion Open Show: Budjon-JK Advt Awakening (Spring Yearling) Frank & Diane Borba, Frank & Carol Borba, Budjon & Vail
Reserve Junior Champion: Dinomi G-Chip May 9609 (Winter Yearling) Vincent & Deena Migliazzo
Junior Champion Junior Show: Dinomi G-Chip May 9609 (Winter Yearling)
Vincent & Deena Migliazzo
Reserve Junior Champion: Ernest-Anthony GS Tamera (Spring Yearling)
Randy, Jason, David Edwards
Intermediate Champion: R-John Sanchez Avril (Sr. 3) Exels Holsteins
Reserve Intermediate Champion: Oakfield Dempsey Rasta (Jr. 2) Rebekah Mast
Intermediate Champion Junior Show: Butlerview Gold Bailer (Sr.2) Christian Cunningham
Reserve Intermediate Champion Junior Show: Sildahl-Arjas Published (Sr.3) Bobby Marchy
Senior and Grand Champion Open Show, Best Bred & Owned & Best Udder of Show:
Mi-Sha Dundee Molly (Aged Cow), Air-Osa Dairy & Mike Hay
Reserve Senior and Reserve Grand Champion Open Show: Fleury Goldwyn Catou (4 Year Old) Frank & Diane Borba, Frank & Carol Borba
Premier Breeder and Exhibitor, 1st Best 3 Females: Airosa Dairy
Senior and Grand Champion Junior Show: Ilander Baxter Alice (4 Year Old) Tony Garcia, Jr.
Reserve Senior and Reserve Grand Champion Junior Show: Gleneil Mr Samuelo Bo Doll (125,000 lb) Michael Davis
Premier Breeder Junior Show: Tony Garcia Jr., Samantha Gambonini, Alexandra Gambonini
Premier Exhibitor Junior Show: Destinee Leonardo
40th Annual California Holstein Futurity1st place: Air-Osa Jeeves 14414, Airosa Dairy
2nd Place: Ruann Lassit Kingpin 1009, Ruann Dairy
3rd Place: Ms Giltex Sanchez Liz, Giltex Holsteins, Kronberg, Melvold
2014 California State Red & White ShowJunior Champion Red & White Show: Calori-D Ladd Lulu P-Red (Winter Yrlg) Calori-D Holsteins
Reserve Junior Champion Red & White Show: Our-Favorite Rlnr Truth-Red (Summer Yrlg)
Frank & Diane Borba, Frank & Carol Borba
Intermediate Champion: Scientific Pico Doll-Red (Sr. 2) Elise Regusci
Reserve Intermediate Champion : Paulo-Bro-Sp Deuc Sasha-Red (Sr. 3) Tyler Dunn
Senior and Grand Champion Red & White Show:
Paulo-Bro SP Shari-Red (5 Year Old) Christian Cunningham
Reserve Senior and Reserve Grand Champion Red & White Show:
Miss RJ Tex Lydon Cassy-Red (4 Year Old) Jarrett Zonneveld
California Showcase Sale
was held in conjunction with the State Show, on Wednesday evening.
The sale was hosted by No-Limit Holsteins~ Leo & Chris Durrer and Frank & Diane Borba,
and Gil-Tex Holsteins. 68 Lots averaged $3550. High seller was the choice of 5 Atwood preganancies due in September from Ms Candy Apple-Red, the 2x Unanimous All-American. This consignment of Frank & Diane Borba and Frank & Carol Borba was puchased by Farnear Holsteins. 2nd high seller was a March yearling Numero Uno from VG-87 2yr Altachairman daughter of Regancrest Belara. She was consigned by Durrer Dairy and MB LuckyLady Farm, and purchased by Lorita Holsteins.
Redwood Empire Club hosted it's spring club show and sale on April 19th at the
Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds in Petaluma.
Thank you to the Merced County Holstein Club for hosting a great
2014 California State Holstein Convention!
At the annual Senior Banquet, two prestigious awards were presented to members. Congratulations to the 2014 Doug Maddox Memorial Senior Breeder of the Year, Ron Pietersma of Legend Dairy Farms.
Aslo, congratulations to
A.J. Quist Memorial Young Breeder of the Year recipient, Stephen Mast.
2014 State Convention SaleHeld January 24th at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, 40 lots averaged $49,300. High seller was a first choice Man-o-shan from Larcrest Cale VG-89 consigned by Larcrest Holsteins and purchased by Hilmar Holsteins for 16,000. The second high seller was a red Colt-45 from a red Larson from Ms Candy Apple Red EX-94 consigned by Frank and Carol Borba and Frank and Diane Borba and purchased by Vermelhia Genetics for 12,000.
The Merced Holstein club would like to thank all the support of the consignors, buyers and all the people that helped to make the sale such an overwhelming success!!
2013 California Holstein News Annual magazine now available to view online!
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AgriVenture is an organization that matches international trainees with host families in a wide variety of agricultural operations. They currently have a large demand from young people ages 18-30 who would like to come and work on Holstein dairies specifically in California.
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2011 State Holstein Convention Archive