Sep 2015 Milk Prices Class I: 16.34 Class II: 15.36 Class III: 15.82 Class IV: 15.08 Calif 4a: 15.40 Calif 4b: 14.94 Nov 25, 2015 CME Spot Prices Butter Grade AA Settled/lb: 2.9000 Change: Unchanged             Block Cheese Settled/lb: 1.5800 Change: 1.0000             Barrel Cheese Settled/lb: 1.5500 Change: 1.7500             NFDM Grade A Settled/lb: 0.7300 Change: Unchanged             Butter Grade AA Settled/lb: 2.9000 Change: Unchanged            


Happy Thanks Giving from HolsteinWorld
Enjoy a great start to the Holiday Season. Warmest wishes and thoughts during  this holiday of thanks and giving. The HolsteinWorld Staff and Offices will return to work on Monday. Happy
Rock Hill Dairy LLC joins Breeder Tour
Welcome to the Breeder Tour, Rock Hill Dairy LLC!  Rock Hill Dairy is a commercial dairy operation owned and operated by the Abel Villalpando family totaling 23,000 cows located in
CDCB seeks non-voting, advisory board members
The Council on Dairy Cattle Breeding (CDCB) is now accepting applications for non-voting, advisory members of the CDCB Board of Directors who are able to provide meaningful insight, guidance
Actions from CDCB Board Meeting
The CDCB met on November 12, 2015, and has provided the following Board Summary. For more information, you can visit www.cdcb.us.    11-12-15 CDCB Board Summary


December 10

Las Vegas NV Destination Vegas Sale, 5:30 at the Bellagio Resort & Spa; Butler Auctions, LLC, mgr. - Catalog now online~


Breeder Sites


Coming Soon


Photo Of The Day

~Photo of the Day, November 25, 2015~ "E started coming around the Kasper Dairy farm about 5+ years ago with her family. She took a liking to kittens and very rarely said more than 5 words in more than an hours time to us. She was shy and timid. E started showing cattle with our family two years ago. she picked out her first calf, a sweet Jersey. She came out with her brother and dad to walk their show animals almost daily from May to August (fair time). The first time she really wanted to talk, is when she was asking questions about her show calves. As I taught her the in's and out's of dairy showmanship, she nodded, experimented and sometimes got the hang of it. Being a show person myself, since I was 6 years old, it was tough for me, I learned the virtue of understanding and patience. Not everyone grew up like me, or knew how to show a dairy calf. E just finished showing cattle for her second year in a row. When she enters the ring, she has to talk to a complete stranger to her (the judge) and answer quite a few questions about her calf. You can see it in this picture, pure joy and happiness, something that can't truly be explained with words. What a blessing to know miss "E" and her family. She's taught our family, at Kasper Dairy more than she realizes!" Thanks to Steph Kasper, Kasper Dairy-- Owatonna, MN, for sending in the photo!

November 25, 2015