Western Spring National Heritage Sale Averages $3,267


The Western Spring National Heritage Sale took place on Tuesday evening, May 17th, 2022 in Richmond, Utah. Held in conjunction with the Western Spring National Holstein Show, the sale averaged $3,267 on 33 live lots – one of the highest sale averages of recent years.

Lot 1 was the sale topper at $7,300 – Ernest-Anthony Debutante-ET, a fresh Diamondback junior 2-year-old out of Cache-Valley Lheros 2331-ET EX-96 3E (better known as Dezi). Dezi was the unanimous All-American and All-Canadian 5-Year-Old in 2015, and was bred right down the road from the sale at Harris Dairyland. She completes three EX dams back to West-Wind-Acres Lead Dezi EX-95 3E, who was nominated All-American Lifetime Production Cow in 2008.
Consignor: Royalmaid Holsteins, Melba, ID
Buyer: T & L Cattle Ltd, Rosedale, BC

Second high seller at $6,100 was Lot 19 – Cranehill Moovin 19109-Red-ET, 1/21 Moovin out of Luck-E Doc Awuki VG-88, the Reserve Junior All-American Junior 2-Year-Old in 2021. Moovin 19109-Red carried +3.40T and +2.95UDC numbers and is a potential 10th generation VG or EX.
Consignor: Ryan Matheron, Hilmar, CA
Buyer: Wadeland Dairy, Ogden, UT

More high sellers on the evening:
Lot 15 – $5,700 – R-John Shari-Red-ET, a 9/21 Analyst-Red out of Paulo-Bro-SP Shari-Red-ET EX-94 3E, Grand Champion of the Western Spring National R&W Show in 2014.
Consignor: Mike Hay, Nipomo, CA
Buyer: Rochelle Lopes

Lot 8 – $5,600 – Skykomish Avlnch Cupcake-ET, a 9/20 Avalanche due to Crush that is a potential 11th generation EX from the Tony Rae line of the Roxys.
Consignor: Michael & Jessica Oliver, Zillah, WA
Buyer: Jeremiah Lungwitz, Yuma, CO

Lot 37 – $5,300 – Ms Triplecrown D Bellamy-ET, a fresh senior 2-year-old Discjockey whose third dam is 2019 International Holstein Show Grand Champion, Butz-Butler Gold Barbara-ET EX-96 3E.
Consignor: Jay Yardley, Gunnison, UT
Buyer: Wadeland Dairy, Ogden, UT