It was a record year in the sale ring at World Dairy Expo. Elm Park Geisha PP-RED-ET consigned by Elm Park Farms of Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin was purchased by David Jones Sahara Holsteins of Newport, United Kingdom for $122,000 in the World Classic Holstein Sale. In all there were 45 lots sold averaging $33,111, the highest average and highest-grossing sale in World Dairy Expo history.
The Jersey Sale sold 37 lots averaging $2,669.50 with a first choice out of Avonlea Connected to Kanada-ET brining $9,100.
The Reserve Grand Champion topped the Ayrshire sales, Shanwards Calimero Megan EX-94 2E brought $15,000. In all, nine live animals sold for an average $4,355 and five embryos brought an average $420.
In the Brown Swiss sale 28 lots sold for an average $5,296. The sale was topped by Top Acres Supreme Glow ET selling for $10,250.
In the Milking Shorthorn sale four lots sold for an average $2,350. The top was Mulehill Lir Blue Belle EXP ET at $2,700.
The Guernsey sale sold 30 lots for an average $3,130 topped by Chupps Hillpoint Fame Tippy-ET bringing $6,700.
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