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2010 - 2011 California Sales In-Review Cal Poly Classic Sale


Te Cal Poly Classic Sale was held on Friday, October 15, 2010 at the Cal Poly Dairy Farm in San Luis Obispo, Calif. Te sale pavilion was packed with sale goers, Cal Poly alumni and friends.


42 live and choice Holstein lots averaged $3,024 65 Holstein embryos averaged $438.00 12 live and choice Jersey lots averaged $2,732 30 Jersey embryos averaged $312.50


Ryan Matheron read Holstein pedigrees and Alan Han- selman read Jersey pedigrees. Chuck Cozzi from Tur- lock Livestock Auction was the auctioneer.


A very generous donation was made to the Cal Poly Dairy Farm by Gary Genske of the accounting firm Genske, Mulder & Company. Mr. Genske purchased Lot 23 McClelland Dundee J Eve-ET for $3,400 and do- nated her to the Cal Poly Dairy Farm.


CP Classic Holstein High Sellers Lot 16B - $6,400 Poly Damion Becky Consigner: Cal Poly; San Luis Obispo, CA Buyer: Tom De Groot, Canada Pictured is: Auctioneer Chuck Cozzi, Matthew Evangelo, Chris Baginski, Rich Silacci and Ryan Matheron.


Lot 4 - $4,900 R-John Goldwyn Zip-ET Consigner: Two-Rock Holsteins; Tomales, CA Buyer: John Wallentine; Utah State University Pictured is: Auctioneer Chuck Cozzi, Hank Van Exel, on the halter Joseph Cole- man and Ryan Matheron.


Lot 25 - $6,200 First Choice Female from Cabernet Goldwyn Shine (11 Pregnancies due to Observer) Consigner: Trifecta Genetics ; Hilmar, CA Buyer: Calori-D Holsteins; Denair, CA Pictured is: From Trifecta Genetics Erik Durrer, Eddie Machado and Aaron Matheron. From Calori-D Hol- steins Cal, Lori, Rebekah, Jason and Stephen Mast. Back Row – Aaron Matheron and Chuck Cozzi.


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