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Congratulations to the 2017 Northeast Holstein Futurity Winners!
The New England States Holstein Association is proud to award a total of $2,585 in premiums to the following placings:
- Premium $843: CarpsView Armani Velvet-ET (Armani), Bethany & Seth Carpenter, VT
- Premium $425: Po-Folks Sammy Shenanigans (Sammy), Heather Richardson, MA
- Premium $345. Miss Creme Brulee (Atwood), Lindsey Clark, NH
- Premium $243: Schillinwood Brigham Mousse (Brigham), David Schillawski, CT
- Premium $243: Lylehaven CVT Lisa-ET (Corvette), Lindsey Clark, NH
- Premium $243: Harsbrook G Bethann 1206 (Geo), Harry West, MA
- Premium $243: Schilldale Advntg Rebecca (Advent), Hannah Schillawski, CT
69th Vermont Holstein Show Placings Pictures on Facebook
Join us for the 2017 New England Dairy Summit and Holstein Convention in Auburn, Maine.
Schedule of events, registration and ticket order form, junior contests and registration form.
We look forward to seeing you in Auburn.
Announcing Two New Awards
New England Holstein Cow of the Year Award Nomination Form (form filler pdf)
●This is a “people’s choice” contest to crown a New England Holstein Cow of the Year . Nominees may include any one, or several of the following: a milk production leader, A. I. bull mother, prolific embryo donor, show winner, an influential cow in your herd and/or the breed through her offspring. The winner will be selected by the New England Holstein Breed Promotion Committee and recognized at the New England Holstein Convention in the fall of each year.
●Deadline for nominations is September 1. Nominees will be posted on the New England Holstein Facebook page @nesholsteins and website www.nesholsteins.com by September 10. Each New England member has one vote. Votes may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to the New England office. Voting ends on October 10.
New England Holstein Caretaker Award Nomination Form (form filler pdf)
●This award recognizes a person who exhibits passion towards care of dairy cattle, the people involved, and the dairy industry as a whole. This is a unique opportunity to give thanks to those who excel in animal and farm care at home or at shows while helping farmers, children, and the general public. The winner will be selected by the New England Holstein Breed Promotion Committee and recognized at the New England Holstein Convention in the fall of each year.
●Nominations may be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to the New England office. The deadline for nominations is September 1.
*** The New Hampshire Holstein Show will be held on August 1st at the North Haverhill Fairgrounds. This is a VERY different show than in the past; the Swiss and Shorthorns, who used to alternate with the Holsteins, are not holding a state show, so this will be a stand-alone show. Junior Holstein showmanship will be held the morning of the show before the type classes. The annual NH Holstein Club Raffle will also take place the day of the show. 4-H qualifying classes will be held at various fairs around the state.
Announcement: Northeast Holstein Futurity to include Milking Yearlings
Beginning in 2017, the Northeast Holstein Futurity will be open to Milking Yearlings. We are re-opening the futurity so that you can nominate your Milking Yearlings and any new or additional Two Year Olds. Entries will be accepted immediately, with a one-time entry fee that stays with the animal, regardless of ownership. There are no limitations on the numbers of nominees from any exhibitor. Plan on being a part of history as we showcase the finest Two Year Olds and Milkin g Yearlings in the Northeast with MINIMUM prize monies of $500 for our winner.
Placing Minimum payouts*
1st Place $500
2nd Place $250
3rd Place $200
4th through 10th Place $150
11th through 20th Place $100
*Payouts will be supplemented by proportional disbursement of nomination fees.
2017 Northeast Youth Show Calf Summit, Friday & Saturday, April 28 & 29, Rutland Fairgrounds, Rutland, VT
2017 National Holstein Women's Scholarship Rules and Application form now available. Click here.
Congratulations to Lottie Page of New Hampshire, the 2016 winner of the Lee Salonen Outstanding Holstein Junior Exhibitor Award presented during the Northeast Fall National Holstein Show at Eastern States Exhibition. A picture of Martha Seifert presenting the award is on our Facebook page. Lottie received a $250 award check and her name will be added to a perpetual award plaque in the Exhibitor's Room at at ESE.
Congratulations to the 2016 Pineland Futurity Winners. Premiums were paid to 5 placings.
1.$1050-Allyndale Shocking Lilac (Aftershcok), Justine Allyn, CT
2. $368-Arethusa Goldchip Abrea (Gold Chip), Arethusa Farm, CT
3. $262-G-M-C Aftershock Ready Set Go (Aftershock), Brooke Clark, NH
4. $262-OCD Atwood Morgan-ET (Atwood), Lindsey Clark, NH
5. $158-Cedar-Rail Damn Fancy (Damion), Casey Wolf, CT