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The Ohio National Hall of Fame Sale

67 Head average $4,510 – July 8, 2017
Stark Co. Fairgrounds, Canton, Ohio

 
 

Following a successful National Brown Swiss Convention, The Palmer Hoffman Memorial Heifer Show and National Sale Cattle Preview gave the crowd a chance to view quality cattle at the fairgrounds Friday afternoon, July 7. The sale crew had the cattle in great form for viewing and for the sale Saturday morning. The sale was truly national in scope as the 67 head were sold into 19 states from Washington to Florida to New Hampshire to Colombia, South America.

Elite Dairy, Copake, New York was big buyer of the day adding the top four selling individuals to their premier show string. Topping the event at $17,000 was Fairdale Renegade CP Julip ET, a standout summer yearling show prospect by Chilli Pepper and from the All American “2E94” Kruses Victor Judy. The breeders and consignors on this special heifer were Fairdale Farm and Renegade Swiss from Owenton, Kentucky while John Ayars, Mechanicsburg, Ohio was the final contending bidder.

New View Swiss, Mechanicsburg, Ohio consigned Lot 1, the 2016 Unanimous All American Winter Yearling. New View S Encore sold to Elite Dairy for $11,000 and tied for the second high seller of the day. This Seaman daughter from 5 “Excellent” dams looks like she will be ready for another competitive season on the tanbark.
Also carrying an $11,000 price tag, Lakeview Pepper Ransom attracted attention as a very competitive Sr. Three Year Old newcomer for the shows. This R Hart Cayenne Pepper daughter is headed for Elite Dairy and was provided by Top Acres, St. Paris, Ohio. The contending bidder on this crowd pleaser was Eric Lang, Brooklyn, Iowa, represented by Dave Wallace of the sales team.

Another Top Acres consignment now calling Elite Dairy her home, Shen-Val Supreme Satin ET is a promising two year old from the famed Snow Storm family. An Old Mill WDE Supreme daughter, Satin sold for $8500 as the final animal through the sale ring.

The Ohio National Hall of Fame Sale was directed by Modern Associates, St. Paris, Ohio with Wayne E. Sliker handling the pedigrees assisted by the very capable auctioneers Darrell Worden and Tim Eiting. A talented group of cow people worked the ring and the phones including Lee Barber, Brian Garrison and David Wallace. Jenna Hoffman, Kathi Brown-Meier, Keaton Topp, Kenley Topp, Madelyn Topp and Will Hughes presented the cattle. Modern Associates clerked the event with decorating and facility details from Deb and Jenna Hoffman, Nevin L’Amoreaux and ‘Family and Heather Yoder. Dale Bendig headed up the skilled preparation crew.

 

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High seller at $17,000 was Fairdale Renegade CP Julip ET. Left to right: Lee Barber, sale team; Carrie Rhoades, Ohio Brown Swiss Princess; Richard Sparrow, seller; Jenna Hoffman at the halter with Julip; Peter Vail, buyer with Ken Main; Brian Garrison, sale team. In the box: Wayne E. Sliker, pedigrees; Tim Eiting, Darrell Worden, auctioneers.

 

   

Tied for 2nd high seller at $11,000 was New View S Encore. Left to right: Lee Barber, sale team; Carrie Rhoades, Ohio Brown Swiss Princess; Jenna Hoffman with Encore; Peter Vail, buyer with Ken Main; Brian Garrison, sale team. In the box: Wayne E. Sliker, pedigrees; Tim Eiting, Darrell Worden, auctioneers.

 

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  Tied for 2nd high seller at $11,000 was Lakeview Pepper Ransom. Left to right: Brian Garrison, sale team; Lee Barber, sale team; Carrie Rhoades, Ohio Brown Swiss Princess; Jenna Hoffman with Ransom; Peter Vail, buyer with Ken Main; David Wallace, sale team. In the box: Wayne E. Sliker, consignor and pedigrees; Tim Eiting, Darrell Worden, auctioneers.