Field Day

We invite you on July 24!
*Everyone Welcome*

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Schedule and Events:

10:00 am Registration
10:30 am Welcome, introductions & program begin
12:30 pm Lunch sponsored by Stover Milling
Refreshments will be provided all day

Leinbach's will display and demonstrate:

1. Breeder/industry panel: 'Milk Supply Management Systems'
2. Bedded sand freestall barn 150' x 105' with automatic flush system.
Flushes every 1.5 hours. Headlocks and TMR facility.
3. Automated ventilation curtains & variable speed fans activated on temp & humidity.
4. Parallel double 6 rapid exit parlor. Flexible airbag breast bar moves to cattle size.
5. Remodeled heifer barn.
6. View several family members of the 4E-95 Lo-Pine Jet Bianca family including a
      granddaughter sired by Sanchez. The Jacoby x TJR Blondin Delaney x Desire along with
     other prominent cow families.
7. Several vendors will be on hand to answer questions and demonstrate products.
8. Lunch will be provided with several door prizes.

DIRECTIONS: Farm is 50 miles from Jefferson City.
From South: From Eldon take Hwy 52 West past Barnett. Travel 4 miles. Turn right (North) on Ridgewood Rd. Travel 1 mile, turn right (East) on Ridgewood Lane, travel 1/2 mile, turn left (North) on Brookside Lane. Farm is first place on left (West).
From North: From Versailles travel Hwy 52 E 3.8 miles, turn left (East) on Brookside Rd, travel 2 miles, turn right (South) on Brookside Lane. Travel 1/2 mile and farm on right (west).

Our new freestall barn is complete and the girls are loving it!

Luck-E-Charm Holsteins is owned and operated by Michael and Catherine Leinbach of Barnett, Missouri. Barnett is located in Central Missouri between Versailles and Eldon. The Leinbach's have always produced high quality milk achieving the lowest SCC in the DFA central region once and first in their district six of the last ten years.

They have recently built a new sand bedded free-stall facility that houses 100 cows featuring automated flushing systems, curtains, and temperature controlled fans. The new parallel double six rapid exit milking facility completes the key features of this well managed herd. Save the date and plan to spend the day with fellow breeders and industry professionals!

The Leinbach's produce very low SCC milk from their new facility!.

Fully automated flushing and ventilation.

Renovated double 6 parallel.

Leinbach's are establishing some high type and genomic families.

We hope to see you Tuesday, July 24 for Field Day!

Bring a friend or neighbor - open to everyone.