Ohio Holstein tops All-American

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Spreng La Highlight Kitty was named supreme champion of the All-American Dairy Show, Sept. 24-28 at the Pa. Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg.

      The 6-year-old Holstein, owned by Tracy and Lindsay Weiker of Republic, Ohio, was selected earlier in the day as the grand champion of the Eastern National Holstein Dairy Show.

      The grand champion Guernsey was Cedar Fringed Altann owned by Aaron Gable of New Enterprise. Cate’s Rebel Tangerine, a Milking Shorthorn owned by Peter Cate of Warren, N.H., represented the Milking Shorthorn breed.

      In the Jersey show, Manitouk Hermitage Fame owned by Tim Curran and Hoyt Standberg of Wapakoneta, Ohio, was named grand champion. John and Marla Howman of Massillon, Ohio, showed the grand champion Ayrshire, Stathburn Destiny’s Rosetta.

      The judges were Richard Keene, Norman Hill and Dan Carroll. The supreme champion received a $3,000 check sponsored by Agway Keystone Enterprises and a show blanket given in honor of John Morris.

      Oseeana Holstein and E. Kueffner of Boonsboro, Md., showed the reserve grand champion Holstein, Tri-Day Ashlyn-ET, first named intermediate champion.

      The reserve senior champion was C Kenarbara Jethro Sasha, shown by Morrell Farms of Cochranton. New Direction Holsteins of Elizabethtown showed the reserve intermediate champion, Woodbine No Das Fabulous ET.

      New Direction Holsteins also showed the junior champion, Cobeguild Raider Locke. Receiving reserve junior champion honors was Jami Savage of Knoxville, Md., with Oseeana MS Starlite-ET.

      The premier breeder award was given to James Burdette of Mechanicsburg; the premier exhibitor award went to New Direction Holsteins. The state herd award was presented to the Pa. Holstein Association.

       In the junior show, Jami Savage of Knoxville, Md., showed Savage-Leigh Banana Split to win the junior grand champion banner.

      The junior reserve grand champion was shown by Maria Lant of Horseheads, N.Y., showing Landland Skybuck Janelle.

      Reserve senior champion was awarded to Erin Parker of Greenville, Pa., with Bakeracre Astre Abigail-TW.

      Tim Curran of Wapakoneta, Ohio, showed Manitouk Hermitage Fame to win the Mid-Atlantic Regional Jersey Show.Norm Nabholz and Waverly Farm of Clearbrook, Va., showed the reserve grand champion, Judes Kim.

      Kevin and Darlene Williams of McConnelsville, Ohio, showed the junior champion, Impressive Image. Waverly Farm showed the reserve junior champion, Ennis Killen Galaxy Tessa.

      The premier breeder and exhibitor awards were given to Spring Valley Farm and Pleasant Valley Farm, Westminster, Md.

      State herd recognition went to the Maryland Jersey Cattle Club.

      In the junior show, the junior grand champion was presented to Aaron Horst of Chambersburg, showing Rose Regal Frisco. The junior reserve grand champion was awarded to Heather Morrell of Cochranton, showing Justa-Dream Bouquet Special.

      Junior champion honor went to Scott Walton of Carlisle, with Pleasant Nook Jupiter Marissa. Jesse Kline of Waynesboro won junior reserve junior champion honors exhibiting Touch Gold Gabby of SV.

      John and Marla Howman of J-M-How Farm, Massillon, Ohio, showed the grand champion, Strathburn Destiny’s Rosetta, at the Eastern National Ayrshire Show during the All-American Dairy Show.

      Winning reserve grand champion honors was Douglas E. Evans of New York, with Sunny Acres Proly J. Kineta.

      The Howmans also showed the junior champion, Lincolnshire Audrey. Emily and Britni Thornburg of Indiana showed the junior reserve champion, Tri-Line Yan Lizzy.

      Douglas E. Evans showed the intermediate champion, Sunny Acres Proly J Kineta, as well as the intermediate reserve, Sunny Acres Black Beauty.

      Senior reserve champion was given to Russell Martin of Whispering Wind Farm, Westminster, Md., showing Bonnie Shade J J Alass.

      The premier breeder and exhibitor awards were given to Doug Evans of Sunny Acres. State herd recognition went to N.Y. Ayrshire Breeder’s Association.

      In the junior show, grand champion and junior senior champion honors went to Mark A. Creek of Hagerstown, Md, with Palmyra L H Charm.

      J. Delavergne showed the reserve grand champion and intermediate champion, Covey Farms Reno Rosy.

      The junior champion of the junior show was Bonnie Brae Brooklyn, shown by Elaina M. Radar of Connoquenessing. Reserve junior champion honors went to Heather Morrell of Cochranton, with Spring View Jasmine.

      Cedar Fringed Altann owned by Aaron Gable of New Enterprise, was selected as Grand Champion of the national Guernsey show. Holcombs P April from Holcombs Guernsey Farm of Greene, N.Y., received reserve grand champion honors.

      In the Pennsylvania 3-Year-Old Futurity, Brightside Fancy Danielle, owned by Kenny Gable of New Enterprise, placed first.

      The premier breeder was Holcomb Guernsey Farm. Premier exhibitor award went to Snider Homestead from New Enterprise and Dix-Lee Farm of Chestertown, Md. The state herd honors went to Pennsylvania.

      During the Eastern National Brown Swiss Show, Richard Martin, Doug Beatty and Mark Campbell, all of western Pennsylvania, showed Camp-Swiss Supreme Faith to win grand champion honors.

      This year’s grand champion bull honor went to Edward Beiler of Hickory Grove Farm, Bellevue, Ohio, showing HGF Tocks Jet. Winning reserve grand champion bull was J.D. Baumann of Bottom Line, Blanchester, Ohio, with Top Acres Even Start.

      Robert and Joyce Wagner of Quarryville, showed the reserve grand champion female.

      Joseph Hushorn of Airville showed the junior champion, Top Acres Coll Party. Receiving reserve junior champion honors was Jami Savage of Knoxville, Md., on Savage-Leigh Tipster-ET.

      The premier breeder and exhibitor awards were given to Robert and Joyce Wagner. State herd recognition went to the Pa. State Brown Swiss Association.

      First place in the Pa. Brown Swiss 2-Year Old Futurity went to Lisa Jones of Airville, PA, with Stone Fence Emorys Lilac.

      The Eastern National Milking Shorthorn grand champion and reserve grand champion honors went to Peter Cate of Cate Farms of Warren, N.H. His senior 3-year-old, Cate’s Rebel Tangerine was crowned grand champion and 5-year-old, Cate’s Enhancer Queenie Exp was selected as reserve grand champion.

      The junior champion was shown by Steven Kuszlyk of Batavia, N.Y. Reserve junior champion was shown by Joshua Landnum of Guilford, Ind.

      The premier breeder and exhibitor awards were given to Kuszlyk Cattle Co. of Batavia, N.Y. State herd recognition went to Pennsylvania.

      In the junior show, the grand champion Milking Shorthorn was Summit Vista Mt Dew owned by Jessica Whiting Kennedy of Butler.

      Spring Meadows Arthurs Destiny, owned by Emily Ullom of Ohio, was selected as reserve grand champion.

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