Hindmans show four of the six top Holsteins at northwest Pa. show

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BROOKVILLE, Pa. – The Northwest Pa. Championship Holstein Show was held Aug. 5 at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds in Brookville, Pa.
Judge Brett Benton of Troupsburg, N.Y., evaluated the 75 head entered, and went to the winner of the 125,000-pound class as his grand champion. Scottown-Jr Storm Shelby is owned by Kevin Doeberiener.
The reserve champion, Highland-H Leduc Shadow-ET, owned by Christy Hindman of Brockway, Pa. The senior 3-year-old was also the best bred and owned of the open show.
Hindman also showed the grand champion in the youth show, a junior 2-year-old, Highland-H Champion Candace. Tylor Smith showed the reserve champion of the youth show, Smith-Oak LJ Sophia, a 5-year-old.
Hindman and Smith also claimed the top spots in the youth calf classes, and Hindman also showed the reserve junior champion in the open show. Katie Bednarski showed the open class junior champion, E-ricks Cousteau Onyx, a fall yearling calf.
Top two places in the individual classes went to the following exhibitors:
Spring calf: 1. (and 1. junior) Mary E. Kimmel; 2. (and 2. junior) Christy Hindman; winter calf: 1. (and 1. junior) Christy Hindman; 2. Michele Raney; 2. (junior) Steven Kinkade;
Fall calf: 1. Jason Ruffaner; 2. (and 1. junior) Tylor Smith; 2. (junior) Adam Byham; summer yearling: 1. (and 1. junior) Mary Kimmel; 2. (and 2. junior) Jenna Fox;
Spring yearling: 1. Christy Hindman; 2. Gary and Patricia Mase; 1. (junior) Mary Kimmel; 2. (junior) Tylor Smith; winter yearling: 1. (and 1. junior) Sarah Malliard; fall yearling: 1. Katie Bednarski; 2. (and 1. junior) Tylor Smith; 2. (junior) Justin Hering;
Junior best three females: 1. Highland-H Farm; 2. Smith-Oak Farm;
Junior 2-year-old: 1 and 2. (and first and second junior) Christy Hindman; senior 2-year-old: 1. Dale Hindman; 2. William Smith; 1. (junior) Ashley Witscher; 2. (junior) Justin Hering;
Junior 3-year-old: 1. Christy Hindman; 2. Paul Smith; 1. (junior) Mary Kimmel; senior 3-year-old: 1. Christy Hindman; 2. Jason Ruffaner; 1. (junior) Eric Byham;
4-year-old: 1. William Smith; 2. (and 1. junior) Christy Hindman; 2. (junior) Steve Kinkade; 5-year-old: 1. (and 1. junior) Tylor Smith; 2. (and 2. junior) Christy Hindman;
125,000-pound: 1. Kevin Doeberiener; 2. William Smith; 1. (junior) Christy Hindman; aged cow: 1. (and 1. junior) Tylor Smith; 2. (and 2. junior) Christy Hindman;
Best three females: 1. Highland-H Farm; 2. Smith-Oak Farm; produce of dame: 1. Highland-H Farm; 2. Smith-Oak Farm; dam and daughter: 1. Smith-Oak Farm; 2. Highland-H Farm.
Premier breeder and premier exhibitor banners went to Highland-H Farm, the Dale Hindman family.

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