CUDS Spring Classic 2016

March 19, 2016 at Noon @ Ithaca, NY


111 Lots

The 2nd Annual CUDS Spring Classic 2016 was held Saturday, March 19th at Cornell University with 86 full lots averaging $2,875.00.  Topping the sale at $40,500.00 was lot 49, by AltaSpring from a fresh Supersire dam from Apples maternal line.  She carried a GTPI +2716 and sold to Select Sires with Pine Tree Dairy contending.  CUDS Spring Classic 2016

The 2nd Annual CUDS Spring Classic 2016 is set for March 19th at Noon at the Cornell University Livestock Pavilion, in Ithaca, NY. The sale will feature 111 lots of live animals, embryos and semen, and is being hosted by the Cornell University Dairy Science Club and managed by The Cattle Exchange. Internet bidding will be available through Cowbuyer.


The 2nd Annual C.U.D.S. Spring Dairy Sale was held Saturday, March 19th at Cornell University with 86 full lots averaging $2,875.00.  Topping the sale at $40,500.00 was lot 49, by AltaSpring from a fresh Supersire dam from Apples maternal line.  She carried a GTPI +2716 and sold to Select Sires with Pine Tree Dairy contending.  Lot 50 was the second high seller for $8,000.00, a Rubicon with a GTPI +2617 selling to David Chlus.  Her dam is a VG Supersire from the great MOM Halo!  Rousell Farm took home 2 beautiful cows, lot 4 for $6,300.00 sired by Goldwyn & already VG-87 and lot 5, a VG-87 Red Mr.Burns from the Apple family!

The students did a magnificent job selecting the cattle for the sale and having them show ready sale day.  Prior to the sale a judging clinic was held with many in attendance.  Jared Dueppengiesser acted as Sale Chairman and had a lot of help in making this a very successful event. The sale was managed by The Cattle Exchange with cattle selling to ten different states.  The sale staff consisted of Patsy Gifford, Horace Backus, Don Welk, Tom Harkenrider, Ray LeBlanc, Kevin Ziemba, Jamie Black and Abe Light along with internet bidding via Cowbuyer.com.

A nice crowd was on hand to partake in the judging clinic as well as the sale that consisted mostly of calves and open yearlings.  Prices were down from last year reflecting current milk prices.  A great time to ship your beef and buy some top quality genetics!

Sale Results


The CUDS Spring Classic Sale 2016 averaged $2,875 on 86 lots.

The top seller was Lot 49, selling for $40,500. Endco Spring Alcatraz-ET, a September 2015 +2716 Altraspring from the Kamps Hollow Altitude EX95-2E-DOM family, consigned by Endeavor Genomic Holsteins LLC, and purchased by Select Sires, OH

Second high seller was the choice of a pair of full sisters, bringing $8,000. Lot 50 was AOT Rubicon Hurryup-ET, at +2617GTPI and AOT Rubicon Happening-ET at +2606GTPI, a pair of December 2015 Rubicons from a VG85-2YR Supersire daughter of Cookiecutter MOM Halo VG88-DOM, with seven more generations of EX & VG dams from the Snow-N Denises Dellia EX95-2E-DOM-GMD family. They were consigned by AOT Genetics.

The third high price for the day was $6,800, commanded by Lot 5, Ms Delicious Daquiri-Red-ET VG87. Daquiri is a potential 9th generation EX Mr Burns from Ms Delicious Apple-Red-ET EX94-2E, followed by KHW Regiment Apple-Red EX96-3E-DOM. She was consigned by Purple Fever & Jacob Dueppengiesser, and purchased by Roussel Farms, NY.

Fourth high seller was Lot 4 at $6,300. AIJA Goldwyn Evita-ET VG87-2YR, was fresh in March with her second calf. She is a Goldwyn daughter out of a VG85 Pronto and was consigned by Aaron Eaton & Petiticlerc, and purchased by Roussel Farms, NY.

Fifth high seller was Lot 1, Blondin Doorman Affraid-ET, selling for $5,750. Affraid is a December 2015 Doorman out of Cowtown Afterhours VG87-2YR, an Aftershock daughter of RF Goldwyn Hailey EX97-4E. She was consigned by Crasdale, Blondin & Walkerbrae. David & Anne Kulp, PA were the final bidders.

Sale Order & Updates


Some Sale Highlights


Sale Catalog


The 2nd Annual CUDS Spring Classic 2016 is set for March 19th at Noon at the Cornell University Livestock Pavilion, in Ithaca, NY. The sale will feature 111 lots of live animals, embryos and semen, and is being hosted by the Cornell University Dairy Science Club and managed by The Cattle Exchange. Internet bidding will be available through Cowbuyer. Click HERE to view the catalog, or on the image below.

Sale Information


2nd Annual CUDS Spring Classic
March 19, 2016 at Noon
Cornell University Livestock Pavilion
Ithaca, NY

Schedule of Events:
9:00AM…Dairy judging registration
9:30-10:30AM…Judging Clinic
10:45-11:45AM…Judging contest
12:00 Noon…Sale starts

Cowbuyer-Online-Bidding-Sales

CUDS-Sale-Host

Cattle-Exchange-Sale-Manager

 

Sale Staff


Dave Rama, Auctioneer…607.435.0792
Horace Backus, Pedigrees…315.963.7012
Don Welk…717.575.4700
Patricia Gifford…607.316.0867
Rick VerBeek…614.580.8662
Tom Harkenrider…607.279.3160
Ray LeBlanc…802.249.2155
Kevin Ziemba…315.730.6673
Jamie Black…518.353.2602