Dairies compete at district show


CANFIELD, Ohio – Rohaven Orion Katy, a 4-year-old shown by Robert Haskins and family, took grand champion honors in the open show at the 2006 Northeast Ohio District Holstein Show.
The show was held July 22 at the Mahoning County Fairgrounds. Judge was Loren Elsass.
The Haskins’ cow was also the senior champion and best bred-and-owned of the show.
Reserve champion in the open show went to a senior 2-year-old, Quality Quest Firestrike-ET, shown by Doug Dye. That cow was also named intermediate champion.
Open show. Other class winners in the open show include:
Junior champion: Lorawae Outside Loma, a winter yearling shown by John Lora and family; reserve junior champion: Lou-Ida Dexter Wendy, a spring yearling shown by Lou-Ida Farms;
Reserve intermediate champion: Whiteleather Hi Metro 398, a junior 3-year-old shown by Lawrence Whiteleather; and reserve senior champion, Ouric Durham Destiny, a 5-year-old shown by Brian Moff.
Grand champion bull was Gar-Ri Mr Sam Enormous, shown by Kibler Dairy Farm.
Junior show. Brian Moff’s Ouric Durham Destiny was grand champion of the junior show.
Reserve champion went to Rohaven Rudolph Icicles, a senior 3-year-old shown by Jeremy Ryan.
Other winners in the junior show include:
Junior champion: Beardsly Allegence Vica, shown by Jeff Stryffeler; reserve junior champion, Miley Zenith Int Georgia, a fall calf shown by Amanda Rex;
Reserve intermediate champion: Whin-Way Durham Vicki, a senior 2-year-old shown by Evan Dye; and reserve senior champion, Ouric Durham Anita, a 4-year-old shown by Heidi Moff.
Breeder, exhibitor. The Howard Moff family of Canfield took home both the premier breeder and premier exhibitor award.


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