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Our Best

patty
U-MO Durham Patty EX 92-2E
2-00 2x 365 26,780 3.9 1033 3.0 814
4-00 2x 365 27,760 3.5 968 3.0 838
5-09 2x 365 26,370 3.9 1026 3.3 860
7-05 2x 358 26,954 3.4 908 2.9 795
Lifetime: 136,658 lbs

Patty has embryos by Goldchip, Sanchez and Million



tessa
U-MO LC Tessa VG-86
2-00 2x 365 29,310 3.5 1033 2.9 850
4-01 2x 333 29,220 4.3 1264 3.0 873
5-02 2x 365 30,300 4.1 1237 3.1 926
Fresh Again at 6-05 and milking 131 lbs a day
Lifetime: 109,575



Radine Damion Margie-ET VG-85-@ 3-04
Reserve Grand Champion 2011 North East Central District Show
Margie was Res. to her Dam: Radine Goldwyn Model EX-90


U-MO Spirte Camden VG-85 @ 2-02


U-MO Jordan Talula VG88 EEE+V @ 4-10
3-03 2x 365 27,400 4.4 1196 3.2 880


U-MO Advent Josie VG-88 EX-MS @ 6-10
She is the GREAT GRANDAM of our State Sale Consignment U-MO SS Duece Jazzie
Both Dam and Grandam of Jazzie are RED! All three generations are still in the herd!



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production

U-MO Marshal Kaitlyn GP-82
Lifetime 274,750 lbs milk
She is due in September to Fulton



U-MO Jasper Iris GP-83
Currently at 211,258 lbs milk lifetime
She will be the second generation over 200,000 lifetime



U-MO Jordan Talula NOW EX-90
3-03 2x 365 27,400 4.4 1196 3.2 880
4-08 2x 333 29,283 4.2 1229 3.0 887



U-MO Holsteins RHA 22,715



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<Show Results


U-MO Pronto Amelia
Fall Calf
Sire: Pronto
Dam: VG-85 Durham
Lifetime: 134,834
Amelia was 1st Fall Calf & Junior Champion
at the 2012 Missouri Spring Show

 






Foremost Dairy employs 8-10 part-time students per semester.
They are involved in all aspects of herd management from feeding
to calf care. Students also play a vital role in research projects
conducted by our Animal Sciences and Veterinary Hospital faculty.
The pictures below highlight a few of the activities that our
students are involved in.


1. Adam Kautsch (Freshman, Animal Sciences) loading total mixed ration (TMR) components into the vertical mixer wagon.
2. Delivering TMR to the lactating cows.
3. Mallory Heaton (Junior, Animal Sciences) milking cows in the parlor.
4. Leslie Pope (Junior, Animal Sciences) feeding a newborn calf.
5. William Chamberlin (Sophomore, Animal Sciences) reviewing some research data with Eric and John.
6. Lindsay Parsons (Senior, Animal Sciences) visiting some baby calves out of cows from her undergraduate research project.
7. Marin Summers (Senior, Animal Sciences) individually feeding a group of research cows with the rissler wagon.




Stop by and visit as you travel through Missouri on your way to the Convention!