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STATE OF MICHIGAN
MARQUETTE BRANCH PRISON
LARGE PUBLIC REGISTERED HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE
AND FARM AND DAIRY EQUIPMENT
345 HEAD OF HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE
DAIRY EQUIPMENT and FARM EQUIPMENT
HAY – HAYLAGE – CORN SILAGE
DIRECTIONS: Located on M-28/U.S. 41 (S. Front Street) just Southeast of Downtown Marquette, Michigan. 1960 U.S. 41, Marquette, MI. 49855 on the prison grounds. (Upper Peninsula)
SATURDAY JULY 24, 2010 - 9:30 AM
Catalog PDF Lot 1-54
The Farm was started in 1891, the first Registered Holsteins were purchased in 1924. Beginning in 1938 the herd was regularly shown at the U.P. State Fair and has had several Champion Bulls, Cows and Class Winners. This is a homebred herd with a Rolling DHIA herd average 21,268 Milk, 749 Fat, 614 Protein. Cows show milk with good type, feet and legs. Top API Bulls have been used for over 40 years.
The total farm consists of approximately 1,221 acres, the farm equipment has been housed and well cared for. Don’t miss this opportunity to purchase from one of Michigan’s Oldest Registered Holstein Dairy Farms. This sale will be an Historic Dispersal.
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Cattle and Farm Equipment - Friday, July 23, 2010;
10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
INFORMATION AND SALE CATALOGS: Available on this web site when completed.
TERMS: Cash or check with valid I.D. Out of State check writers will need a Bank Letter of Credit guaranteeing payment of check amount to the State of Michigan for 14 days. MasterCard, Visa, Discover credit cards are accepted. A Buyer’s Fee of 10% will be in effect on this auction sale. Registration papers to be transferred to purchaser following the sale.
REMOVAL: All Cattle and Machinery must be removed by Monday, July 26th at 4:00 P.M. Purchaser is responsible for removal and transportation. Load out on Sunday, July 25th.
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ORDER OF SALE:
Miscellaneous Farm Supplies; Tillage Equipment; Forage Equipment; Dairy Cattle; Steers
The Farm was started in 1891, the first Registered Holsteins
were purchased in 1924. Beginning in 1938 the herd was regularly shown at the U.P.
State Fair and has had several champion bulls, cows and class winners. This is a
homebred herd with a rolling DHIA herd average 21,268 milk, 749 fat, 614 protein.
Cows show milk with good type, feet and legs. Top API bulls have been used for over
The total farm consists of approximately 1,221 acres. The farm equipment has
been housed and well cared for.
Don’t miss this opportunity to purchase from one of Michigan’s Oldest Registered Holstein Dairy Farms.
This auction will be an Historic Dispersal.
A total of 345 head. 114 Mature Milk Cows with 21,268 Milk, 749 Fat, 614 Protein.
Farm Rolling Herd average, DHIA Records.
Cows milking up to 103 lbs. per day with complete Records up to 33,768 Milk, 1055
Fat, 985 Protein.
38 Bred Heifers – Serviced by Top Sires from Select Sires, Genex; ABS
123 Open Heifers and Calves out of Cow Families above and Top Sires
70 Holstein Steers of various sizes
1 HO 6487 – Ricecrest-Mack-ET TV, +1157 Milk, 97% Rel.
+1546 TPI; 1 HO 6802 – Beyercrest Judd-ET TV, +1282 Milk, 91% Rel. +1529 TPI; 1
HO 6845 – Lisleview Moto Lethal – ET TV, (3) Generations over 37,000 Milk, +1019
Milk, 89% Rel. +1470 TPI; HO 5583 Dawson; HO 6671 Murphy
SERVICE SIRES: Super HO 0778 – Charlesdale Superstition – ET, +1528 Milk, 90%,
+2224 TPI; Monta HO 09673 – Berkson’s Toy Montana CRI-ET, +813 Milk, 72% Rel.,
+2028 TPI; Ping HO 07918 – Jeweled-Acres Ping CRI-ET, +923 Milk, 94% Rel, +1836
(6) 120 lb Coburn, Milker Buckets w/Surge Pulsators
(6) 80 lb Coburn, Milker Buckets w/Surge Pulsators
Surge 1500 gallon Bulk Tank w/Compressor
GENERAL DAIRY EQUIPMENT:
Millennium II XC 24 Semen Tank
Quantity of Semen (to be announced Day of Sale)
28 Plastic Calf Hutches
Large Quantity of Calf Bottles and Miscellaneous
Dairy Supplies, Soaps, Filters, etc.
Quantity: Alfalfa Hay; 1st Cut Round Bales, Square Bales
Quantity: Alfalfa Hay; 2nd Cut
Quantity: Ton Corn Silage
Quantity: Ton Hay Silage
John Deere Model 2440 Tractor w/Cab
John Deere Model 686, 3 pte Snow Blower
John Deere Model 960 FM Front 8 ft Snow Blower
500 Gallon Sprayer
1650 Gallon Transport Tank
White Model 508, (4) bottom 18” Plow, excellent condition
John Deere Model 980 Field Cultivator w/Mulcher
John Deere Model 16a Flail Chopper
Brillion Model SS12 – 12 ft Seeder w/Transport, excellent condition
Gehl Model 865 Chopper
Gehl Model 1210 Hay Pickup Head
Gehl 3 Row Corn Head
(2) Meyers Model 4120 Rear Unloader Silage Wagon w/17 Ton Model X1704 Meyers
Meyers Model 1200 (3) Beater 16 ft Silage Wagon w/Meyers Tandem Gear
IH Model 496 Finnish Disc, 22 ft
McCormick #10 Grain Drill W/Seeder
John Deere 7000 6 Row Corn Planter
King Kutter Flail Mower, 3 pte, 7 ft
(3) Flat Deck Wagons 18 ft w/12 Ton Gear
Approximately 12 Round
Approximately 6 Feeder Wagons with Running Gear, 4 H&S (2) 20 ft (2) 16 ft
(2) Schoewwo Feeder Wagons
Quantity of Gates
(2) Homemade Cattle Feeder Wagons with running gear
Real Tuff Mobile Cattle Chute
Keifer Built Tandem 18 ft Stock Trailer Bumper Pull
H&S Model 370 Manure Spreader
H&S Model 270 Manure Spreader
Cattle and Farm Equipment: Friday, July 23, 2010; 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
INFORMATION AND SALE CATALOGS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THIS WEBSITE.
AUCTIONEER and SALE MANAGER:
CHUCK CRYDERMAN & ASSOCIATES, L.L.C.
73600 CHURCH ST.
ARMADA, MI. 48005
For information about this auction phone: 586 – 784-8890
TERMS:Cash or Check with valid I.D. Out of state check writers will need a bank
letter of credit, guaranteeing payment of check amount to the State of Michigan for 14
days. MasterCard, Visa, Discover credit cards are accepted. A Buyer’s Fee of 10% will
be in effect on the day of auction.
Registration papers to be transferred to purchaser following the Sale.
REMOVAL:All cattle and machinery must be removed by Monday, July 26th at 4:00 P.M.
Purchaser is responsible for removal and transportation. Load out on Sunday, July 25th.