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RANDY SCHLEUSNER

Farm Auction in Wisconsin

Time: 12:00 pm
Date: Wednesday October 23, 2013
Location: Ridgeland, Wisconsin. United States.

LOCATED: 1 ½ miles south of Ridgeland, Wisconsin or 19 miles north of Menomonie, Wisconsin on Highway 25 to 1370th Avenue, then west 1 ½ miles. Fire # 4951.

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Sale Bill

150 – HI-GRADE HOLSTEINS – 150:   100 Hi-Grade Holstein Cows (2 Red & White); 8 Jersey & Jersey Holstein Cross Cows; 20 Hi-Grade Holstein Springing Heifers; 20 Hi-Grade Holstein Heifers, Bred 1-4 months.

 

TIMED WELL:  Selling is a very nice quality herd.  24 Cows are recently fresh and another 8 are dry & springing.  The balance are bred back and milking well.  62# Tank average.  The cows are not being pushed.  Homegrown feeds – 2x – No BST – Very little protein.

 

YOUNG HERD:  65% of the herd are 2 and 3 year olds!

 

BREEDING:  AI breeding by Select Sires, along with a registered bull for clean up.  Very nice udders, and correct feet & legs are found throughout.

 

HERD HEALTH:  Udder quality is good with SCC averaging 250,000.  Individual SCC will be posted.  The herd is on a complete herd health and vaccination program through the Prairie Farm Vet Clinic.  You can buy with confidence.

 

NOTE:  All cows are free-stall broke.  They are milked in tie stalls.  They should easily adapt to any facility. 

 

LOOKING FOR GOOD COWS?  Join us at the Schleusner dispersal.

 

 
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