Holmes County Fair Junior Dairy Show

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WOOSTER, Ohio — William Hughes exhibited the grand champion Holstein and was named as the supreme grand champion dairy exhibitor during the Holmes County Fair Junior Dairy Show. Hughes also won the junior showmanship contest.

The supreme junior champion was exhibited by Martin Overholt. Overholt exhibited the junior champion Brown Swiss and also won senior showmanship and the supreme showmanship contest.

Parker Herman was the intermediate showmanship winner. The junior champion Jersey was exhibited by Riley Anderson, while Courtney Kozak exhibited the reserve junior champion Jersey.

Joshua Hochstetler exhibited the grand champion Jersey and Morgan Hoxworth had the reserve grand champion Jersey.

Ayrshire breed

In the Ayrshire breed, the grand champion was shown by Shyann Kick, while Morgan Hoxworth exhibited the reserve grand champion. Bryce Burgett exhibited the grand champion milking Shorthorn.

The reserve junior champion Brown Swiss was exhibited by George Crone, while Peter Crone exhibited the grand champion Brown Swiss and Jill Crone exhibited the reserve grand champion Brown Swiss.

Haley Baird exhibited the junior champion Guernsey, Paul Skolmutch exhibited the reserve junior champion Guernsey, Dillon Baird exhibited the grand champion Guernsey and Brant Duncan exhibited the reserve grand champion Guernsey.

The junior champion Holstein was exhibited by Brock McCaulay, while the reserve junior champion Holstein was exhibited by Rachel Reynolds and the reserve grand champion Holstein was exhibited by Derek Reutter.

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Freelance writer Susan Mykrantz has been writing for Farm and Dairy since 1989. She is a graduate of the ag college at Ohio State University and also serves as editor of the "Ohio Jersey News." She lives in Wayne County.

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