Category: Progeny Classic Sale

Announcement

To whom it may concern: The sale and open house is officially postponed due to the coronavirus and a new executive order by the governor of MD prohibiting any mass gatherings over 50 people. We see no way forward except to postpone until further notice. Watch facebook, our website, and other publications for updates. We…
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March Farmshine Ad

The Final Ad listing! Schedule of Events: • Friday, March 20th All day Open-House and Cattle-viewing. Lunch provided 11:30 AM-1 PM • Friday Evening: 6-8 PM Food & Fellowship • Saturday, March 21st 8:30-10 AM Complimentary Pancake Breakfast • Saturday 10:30 SHARP: Sale begins

March Cattle Connection Ad

Something Different . . . Something Unique . . . Something Special! On this celebration of 10 years in business, we want to take a moment to thank everyone who has helped make Triple-Hil Sires a reality! Your support is much appreciated. We couldn’t think of a better way to mark this milestone than to…
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Southeastern Holstein News Ad

Five or more lots sell from each of these breeding establishments! Mt-Glen Farms – Colombia Crossroads, PABurket-Falls Farm – East Freedom, PAWilonna Holsteins – Buhl, IDRidgedale Holsteins – Sharon Springs, NYWelsh-Edge Holsteins – Viroqua, WIJu-Vindale Holsteins – Cazenovia, NYTriple-Hil Sires – Smithsburg, MD Many more great consignments! Follow us on facebook to see other lots…
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February Cattle Connection Ad

A RARE opportunity from Unique breeding establishments! There will be many unique cows and heifers offered on this sale. These will be the kind to breed from! If you want to take your herd’s genetics to the next level, sell a few from your bottom end and make an investment in a milking cow or…
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Triple-Hil Sires Progeny Classic

The TRIPLE-HIL SIRES PROGENY CLASSIC sale is closing in fast! On March 21, we will be hosting a cattle consignment sale right here at our facility in Maryland. To mark the 10th anniversary of our business, this exciting event will feature approximately 90 head of cows, heifers, calves, 1st choice females, and embryos from some…
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