Irwindale Leduc Molly named as supreme champion at Dairy Expo

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COLUMBUS — Spring was starting to appear at the 2008 Spring Dairy Expo where dairy shows and sales were held March 27-29 in Columbus, Ohio.


A total of 501 animals from five breeds were exhibited and placed by judges Ted Dement of Kenny, Ill., and Jeff Stephens of Troy Ontario, Canada.


There were four breed sales and over 186 animals that traveled across the auction block.

Ayrshire

There were 86 animals placed by judge Jeff Stephens during the National Ayrshire Spring Show.


A 4-year-old was named grand champion of the show — Mill Valley Charm’s Heather, and the senior 3-year-old, Mill Valley Pandelaro Taffey, was selected as the reserve champion. Both animals were bred and owned by John and Donna Greiwe of Sidney Ohio.


Junior champion was Duncan Sakic Madeline, a winter yearling heifer, owned by Rachel, Neil and Drew Duncan of Warsaw, Ohio. Reserve junior champion was Mill Valley Pandalareo Eden, owned by John Howman of Massillon, Ohio.


Premier breeder and exhibitor was Emerald Farms, Winchester, Ohio.


In the junior Ayrshire show, grand champion was Shiredale Phil’s Susan, a senior 2-year-old, shown by Tyler, Tessa, Tanner and Brendan Topp of Wooster, Ohio.


Reserve champion was Edgbrook BB Andrea, an aged cow, shown by Trisha and Caleb Nicely and Vencil Graves, Parksville, Ky.


Junior champion was Duncan Sakic Madeline, a winter yearling heifer, shown by Rachel, Neil and Drew Duncan, Warsaw, Ohio. Reserve junior champion was the summer yearling Spring-Run Mohawk Ivory, shown by Clinton Steele. This animal was purchased in the Ohio Ayrshire Spring Sale.

Brown Swiss

There were a total of 49 head judged by Ted Dement, of Kenny, Ill.


Topp–View Farms of Botkins, Ohio, exhibited the grand champion, an aged cow, Unrast Link 835. Reserve champion was Springhill-OH J Precious-ET, an aged cow owned by Springhill Swiss of Big Prairie, Ohio.


Junior champion was Brook Hollow Tiki Bar-ET, a spring yearling heifer owned by Delbert and Heather Yoder of West Salem, Ohio. Reserve junior champion was Sherona-Hill Dynasty Paris, owned by Express/Stan-Mar-Dale Holsteins and Morgan, Urbana, Ohio.


Premier breeder and exhibitor was Meadow Hill Farm, Gary Mase and family of Cochranton, Pa.


In the junior show, grand champion was an aged cow, Breeze Ridge Prelude Karma, owned by Chantal Guidice of New Brighton, Pa. Reserve champion was Top Acres Ballet-ET, a senior 2-year-old owned by Peter Crone of Killbuck, Ohio.


Junior champion was Kulp Terra TA Showgirl ET, owned by Lindsey Ruck. Reserve junior champion was Rendulic Lily MPR, owned by Bryan Doehr of Wellington, Ohio.

Holsteins

There were 186 Holsteins exhibited and evaluated by judge Jeff Stephens. This is a national show and there were cattle exhibited from a number of states.


Grand champion was an aged cow, Irwindale Leduc Molly, owned by Team Holstein of Hampshire, Ill. Reserve champion was Wesemann Forbidden Marilyn, a 4-year old, owned by Team Holstein of Hampshire, Ill.


Junior champion was Wegnerlann Goldwyn Gung Ho, a summer yearling owned by Triple-T Holsteins, Mike Heath and Kurt Wolf of North Lewisburg, Ohio.


Reserve junior champion was Tower-Ridge Primetime Paris, a winter yearling heifer, owned by Austin Rademacher of Penfield, Ill.


Premier breeder and exhibitor was Express & Stan-Mar-Dale Holsteins, Urbana, Ohio.


In the junior show, grand champion was the senior 3-year-old K-Rae-K Durham Hottie, owned by Kassandra Krebs and Tessa Topp of Glenford, Ohio. Reserve champion was 5-year-old Carrdale Damion Raven, owned by Katie Cole of Bloomville, Ohio.


Junior champion was La-Foster Durham Jen, a spring yearling heifer owned by Cole and Olivia Cummings of Sidney, Ohio. Reserve junior champion was the fall heifer calf Con-River 1049 Shottle-ET, owned by Andrew, Bradley and Rebecca Conrad of Grafton, Ohio.

Jersey

Judge Ted Dement placed 151 head of Jerseys.


Grand champion was SAR Apollos Frisky, a 4-year-old owned by Bush River and Skip-A-Rilla Jerseys of Newberry, S.C. Reserve champion was the aged cow Barber Image Whistle, owned by Bush River and Skip-A-Rilla Jerseys of Newberry, S.C.


Junior champion was a fall yearling, Sweet Peas Justice Davine, owned by Triple-T Holsteins, Mike Heath and Willy McKay of North Lewisburg, Ohio.


Reserve junior champion was DKG Supreme Janet, a summer yearling owned by John and Donna Griewe of Sidney, Ohio.


Premier breeder was Oakhaven Jerseys, Galloway, Ohio, and premier exhibitor was Bush River and Skip-A-Rilla Jerseys of Newberry, S.C.


In the junior show, grand champion was a senior 2-year-old, Indiana Veda, owned by Erin and Jody Williams of McConnelsville, Ohio. Reserve champion was also a senior 2-year-old, Jer Bel Action Collie, owned by David King of Fremont, Ohio.


Junior champion was Georges Sage Paprika, a fall heifer calf owned by George Colpetzer of Greenville, Pa. Reserve junior champion was a fall yearling heifer, Belmont Marissa, owned by Erin and Jody Williams of McConnelsville, Ohio.

Milking Shorthorn

Ted Dement worked the ring as he placed 29 head of Milking Shorthorn cattle.


Grand champion was Way-Lu Clay Prissy-EXP, a 5-year-old owned by Amanda Curtis of Anna, Ohio. Reserve grand champion was a 4-year-old, Udder Delight Ava, owned by Cindy and Tori Climer and Sarah Tomlin of Chillicothe, Ohio.


Junior champion was a summer yearling heifer, Topp-View Blue Spruce Awesome, owned by Topp-View and Blue Spruce Farm, New Holland, Ohio.


Reserve junior champion was a fall heifer calf, Smart Court Saturday, owned by Amanda Curtis of Anna, Ohio.


Premier breeder was Smart’s Jerseys & Shorthorns of Anna, Ohio, and premier exhibitor was Spring Meadows, Bodey family of Urbana, Ohio.


In the junior show, grand champion was a 4-year-old, Udder Delight Ava, and reserve grand was an aged cow, Tres Colles JJ Ollie. Both animals were owned by Cindy and Tori Climer and Sarah Tomlin of Chillicothe, Ohio.


Junior champion was a fall yearling heifer, Tres Colles EFR Addison, and reserve junior champion was a summer yearling, Tres Colles JJ RedBird. Both animals were owned by Cindy and Tori Climer and Sarah Tomlin of Chillicothe, Ohio.

Supreme champions

The grand finale of Spring Dairy Expo came with the naming of the supreme champions, following the Holstein group classes.


Each breed’s grand champion and junior champions entered the ring with a plethora of awards accompanying each animal.


Both Judges worked together to select the supreme champions of the 2008 show.


In the open show, Irwindale Leduc Molly, an aged cow, was named supreme champion. Molly is owned by Team Holsteins of Hampshire, Ill.


The judges selected all other breed winners for the reserve supreme champion.


These include: Ayrshire, Mill Valley Charm’s Heather, owned by John and Donna Greiwe of Sidney, Ohio; Brown Swiss, Unrast Link 835, owned by Topp-View Swiss of Botkins, Ohio; Jersey, SAR Apollos Frisky, owned by Skip-A-Rilla and Bush River, of Newberry, S.C.; and Milking Shorthorn, Way-Lu Clay Prissy EXP, owned by Smart’s Jerseys and Shorthorns of Anna, Ohio.


Junior champion was Wegnerlann Goldwyn Gung Ho, a Holstein heifer owned by Triple-T Holsteins, Mike Heath and Kurt Wolf of North Lewisburg, Ohio. Reserve junior champion was the Jersey heifer, Sweet Peas Justice Davine and owned by Triple-T Holsteins, Mike Heath and Willy McKay of North Lewisburg, Ohio.


In the junior show, supreme champion was the Jersey cow Indiana Veda, owned by Erin and Jody Williams of McConnelsville, Ohio. Reserve supreme champion was K-Rae-K Durham Hottie, a Holstein owned by Kassandra Krebs and Tessa Topp of Glenford, Ohio.


Junior supreme champion of the junior show was the Brown Swiss heifer Kulp Terra TA Showgirl-ET, shown by Lindsey Ruck. Reserve supreme champion of the junior show was the Holstein heifer La-Foster Durham Jen, owned by Cole and Olivia Cummings of Sidney, Ohio.

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