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Jersey Australia Trade Mission to Europe 2015

Jersey Australia are now calling for people interested in participating in the Jersey Australia Trade Mission to Europe. Between 14 June and 3 July 2015 visit Jersey herds in The Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland and Denmark, attend networking functions and workshops and see a number of attractions and beautiful scenery whilst travelling throughout each country – canal cruise in Amsterdam, boat and train tour in the Swiss Alps, tours of Berlin and Copenhagan and see historical cities and castles in each country.

You will also have the opportunity to attend the Swiss Jersey Night Show. The package cost is being finalized but subject to airfare availability and twin/single share requirements it is estimated to be in the vicinity of $8,800 to $10,500 per person for the 21 days. Shorter stays may be possible. All registrations will be required by 31 March 2015. If you are interested in receiving more information please leave your name with Robyn Barber on 0418 656 082 or rbarber@ruralco.com.au by Wednesday 18 February.

The 2015 Jersey Australia AGM & Regional Tour

The Jersey Australia (TAS) Branch itinerary has been released for those looking to attend booking details are available click here

2015 Jersey Australia Board Elections

The Jersey Australia Board of Management adheres to a compulsory rotational retirement
policy and as such calls for nominations from its membership to fill (5) 2yr Board positions.
The vacant Board positions are as a result of the rotational retirement of the following
Jersey Australia Board members– Geoff Heazlewood , Brian Wilson, Chris MacKenzie, Milton Johnston and two vacant positions.
Nomination Forms are available from - The Returning Officer, PO Box 292 Ascot Vale VIC 3032 or by calling Jersey House on (03)9370 9105 or via this link

Nominations for Election need to be completed, signed and returned via post to
Jersey House before 5.00pm Wednesday 8th April 2015.

*Mail completed nominations to Returning Officer, PO Box 292, Ascot Vale VIC 3032
FAXED OR EMAILED NOMINATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

The Semex/Jersey Australia Great Northern Challenge

2014 Judging is complete many thanks to our Judge Robert Anderson (Kings Ville Jerseys) for overseeing this year's event - a full list of results can be viewed here

 

The Semex/Jersey Australia Great Southern Challenge is over for another year. Congratulations to all finalists and it was great to see the event's biggest crowd at the presentation luncheon held at the Witchmont Winery Rockbank.

To see a list of all the results for the big event click here

The 2015 Jersey Australia Calendar is "Out Now"

Congratulations to all who supported this year's publication with their advertising it looks great!!.

 

Jersey's in Australia Queued for Genomic Testing

Jersey Australia applauds the ADHIS release of Jersey Genome ABV's in August and thanks Dairy CRC and the DPI for all the work that lead to the release. Now Jersey Australia prepares for the rush as members Australia wide gain access to a cow and bull genomic testing service. more information

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Over the next six issues of the Jersey Journal we will focus on some of this countries great cow families. The articles will be sent into the office by you, the person who knows best what cows have had the biggest impact in your herd and of course adding to the broader Australian Jersey gene pool. Articles that must be between 250 - 750 words maximum can be sent along with at least 1 -3 photos to Jersey House PO Box 292 Ascot Vale 3032.

*Note printed articles will attract a fee of $100.

The 2014 Jersey Australia South African Trademission..

A very successful trademission was conducted to South Africa during September 2014 to read a brief report click here

 

 

 

 

2014 Jersey Australia AGM & Tour of Tamworth NSW

A selection of photos taken during the Hunter Valley Jersey Breeders Club hosting of the 2014 Jersey Australia AGM in and around Tamworth NSW.

The World Release of "The Dairy Queen".. The complete history of the Jersey breed worldwide all in the one place. The Dairy Queen proudly showed off here by WJCB President Derrick Frigot in the Jersey Australia office is the culmination of many years work completed by the WJCB and is the ultimate Jersey enthusiast gift. The book is available in limited numbers from Jersey House contact 03 9370 9105 for more details.

 

iJersey for Online Pedigree Search and much more..

How to register calves using iReg click here
How to logon to the service click here
How to download Progeny Reports click here
How to search for a Jersey Australia member click here
How to download a Pedigree report click here
How to look up a registered animal click here

Jersey Australia Acknowledges "Rising Star"

The inaugural 2013 Rising Star Award has finally been announced by Judge Geoff Heazlewood (Merseybank Jerseys)
1st Place: Bralock TQ Miss Merle -owned by Brad Gavenlock and pictured here qualified for the Rising Star winning at the 2013 NSW State show.

2nd Place: Craiglawn Vanahlem Miracle led by Elyse Poke and winning at 2013 Devonport Show
3rd Place:  Clifton On Time Princess owned by R H Loane and qualified for the Rising Star winning at Circular Head.
Congratulations to all finalists and to enter your Rising Star in 2014  check your show guide to see if your show has a Rising Star Class and if it does make sure that photos of the winner are sent to Jersey House.

 

Why Jerseys?

Jersey Australia recently published the Why Jerseys brochure and acknowledges the generous funding provided by Central Sires Cooperative to make this front line breed promotion tool available to exporters, cattle agents, cattle clubs and members. Why Jerseys?...its simple really!

The Shirlinn Record Breaking Sale...

Congratulations to the Wilson Family team for their record breaking sale result of $6027 average across 59 lots with a 100% clearance to buyers spread across Australia and New Zealand. The sales top price of $30,000 was paid by the Real Milk Syndicate Sydney for lot 3 Shirlinn Tequila Snowflake and represents the second highest price paid for an Australian Jersey at auction according to Brian Leslie.

For more information contact DLS Office (03) 9338 9259 or download catalogue here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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