Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Guernsey Annual Meeting & Sale

The final day of the Wisconsin hosted National Guernsey Convention finished with a bang as a large number of youth gathered for the junior meeting, the adults meet to conduct the annual business of the association and capped off the day with a tremendous sale that averaged a little over $4,000 on 54 lots. Topping the sale was the 2013 All-American Spring Calf, now a fancy March yearling that is a full sister to the number 1 CPI cow in the breed and backed by two generations of 40,000M. Coulee Crest AP Lexi-ET sold for $19,000 and is now owned by Jade Jensen.
The AGYA meeting getting underway

A full house for the 138th Annual Meeting

The sale crew did a tremendous job on presentation

People from across the country on hand for the sale

FOUR generations of convention attendees as Myron & Neta Erdman shared another convention
with their daughters and son, spouses, granddaughter and three great grandsons!

The high selling Guernsey of the day had everyone in smiles,
especially her Outstanding Youth Award winning new owner.

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