Jersey named World Dairy Expo supreme champion

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World Dairy Expo supreme
(Nina Linton Photography)

MADISON, Wis. — More than 74,000 people attended the 2016 World Dairy Expo, including 3,100 registered international guests from 102 countries. This was the 50th anniversary of World Dairy Expo, which also drew 2,434 head of dairy cattle for the various breed shows and sales.

The supreme champion was Musqie Iatola Martha-ET, the grand champion of the International Jersey Show, exhibited by Milk Source LLC, Kaukauna, Wisconsin. The reserve supreme champion was the grand champion Holstein, Sheeknoll Durham Arrow, exhibited by Sheeknoll Farms, Rochester, Minnesota.

Supreme champion of the junior show was Silvermaple Windham Camille, exhibited by Christian Cunningham and Miles Price, Penngrove, California; reserve supreme champion of the junior show: Cutting Edge T Delilah, exhibited by Kyle Barton, Ancramdale, N.Y.

International Ayrshire Show

Grand champion female: Margot Patagonie, exhibited by Ferme Margot, Ste Perpetue, Quebec; reserve grand champion female: Bear-Ayr Burdette Ray, exhibited by Budjon Farms and Peter Vail, Lomira, Wisconsin.

Grand champion of the junior show: Cedarcut Burdette Clove Colata, exhibited by Erin Curtis-Szalach, Cazenovia, N.Y.; reserve grand champion: Scapeland DB Sicily, exhibited by Dacey Anechiarico, Whiting, Vermont.

Premier breeder: Ferme de la Plaine, Quebec; premier exhibitor: Vieux Village, Florent Foley, Quebec; premier sire: Palmyra Tri-Star Burdette-ET.

International Brown Swiss Show

Grand champion: Brown Heaven Glenn Fantasy, exhibited by Ferme Brown Heaven, Quebec; reserve grand champion and grand champion of the junior show: Cutting Edge T Delilah, exhibited by Kyle Barton, Ancramdale, N.Y.; Reserve grand champion of the junior show: North Lanes Ag Paisley-ET, exhibited by Chelsea Skidmore, Union City, Ohio.

Premier breeder and exhibitor: Ken Main and Peter Vail, Copake, N.Y.; premier sire: Old Mill WDE Supreme-ET.

International Holstein Show

World dairy expo
(Nina Linton Photography)

Grand champion: Sheeknoll Durham Arrow, exhibited by Sheeknoll Farms, Rochester, Minnesota; reserve grand champion: Wendon Dempsey Prude, exhibited by Westcoast Holsteins, Chilliwack, B.C.

Grand champion of the junior show: Silvermaple Windham Camille, exhibited by Christian Cunningham and Miles Price, Penngrove, Calif.; reserve champion of the junior show: Mor-Yet Goldwyn Faithful-ET, exhibited by Cooper Galton and Chase and Connor Savage, Nunda, N.Y.

Premier breeder: Duckett Holsteins, Rudolph, Wisconsin; premier exhibitor: Milk Source, Kaukauna, Wisconsin; premier sire: Braedale Goldwyn.

International Guernsey Show

Grand champion: Flambeau Manor Ro Lauren-ET, exhibited by Gary Van Doorn, Tony, Wisconsin; reserve champion and grand champion of the junior show: Knapps Regis Tambourine-ET, exhibited by Austin and Landen Knapp, Epworth, Iowa;

Reserve grand champion of the junior show: Knapps Best Buy Tamarinda, exhibited by Austin and Landen Knapp;

Premier breeder and exhibitor: Austin and Landen Knapp, Epworth, Iowa; premier sire: Indian Acres American Pie.

International Jersey Show

Grand champion: Musqie Iatola Martha-ET, exhibited by Milk Source, Kaukauna, Wisconsin; reserve champion: RRF Comerica Daisy, exhibited by TJ Classic Jerseys and Reinholt Jerseys, Ansonia, Ohio;

Grand champion of the junior show: Red Rock View Cari, exhibited by Cora Carpenter, Darlington, Wisconsin; reserve champion of the junior show: Reich-Dale Vaden Strollin, exhibited by Hayden Reichard, Chambersburg, Pa.

Premier breeder: Pleasant Nook Jerseys, Ayr, Ont.; premier exhibitor: River Valley Farm, Tremont, Ill.; premier sire: Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET.

International Milking Shorthorn Show

Grand champion: Cates Ruben Tulsa-Time-EXP, exhibited by Peter J Cate, Warren, N.H.; reserve champion: Elron Megadeth Waveland-EXP-ET, exhibited by Halie Gruenwald, Lost Nation, Iowa;

Grand champion of the junior show: Maple Fudge Of 12 Oaks, exhibited by Ashley Brandel and Carley Krull, Lake Mills, Wisconsin; reserve champion: North Stars Mega Jalapena, exhibited by Michael Pederson, Braham, Minnesota;

Premier breeder: Innisfail Herd, John Stuart Rowe, Davis, Calif.; premier exhibitor: Lazy M Farm LLC, Michael and Herman Maier, Stitzer, Wisconsin; Premier sire: Innisfail Red Ruben

International Red and White Show

Grand champion: Pheasant Echo’s Turvy-Red-ET, exhibited by Kenny Stambaugh, Westminster, Maryland; reserve champion: Heatherstone Redhot-Red, exhibited by Milk Source;

Grand champion of the junior show: Milksource Dty Tammy-Red-ET, exhibited by Grady and Lane Wendorf and Dawson and Kylie Nickels, Ixonia, Wisconsin; reserve champion: Redtag Destry Sneezy-Red-ET, exhibited by Chase Savage, Union Bridge, Maryland;

Premier breeder and exhibitor: Milk Source LLC; premier sire: Apples Absolute Red-ET.

World Dairy Expo International Futurity

Overall Futurity Champion: Miss Apple Snapple-Red-ET, exhibited by Milk Source LLC; reserve overall futurity champion: Royalty Ridge Tequila Circus-ET, exhibited by River Valley Farm, Ben, Andy, Blessing and Grace Sauder, Tremont, Ill.

  • Ayrshire Futurity Class Winner: Hi Ayr View Prime Marroon 5-ET, exhibited by Brian and Kristi Dinderman, Orangeville, Ill.
  • Brown Swiss Futurity Class Winner: Voelkers Durango Sasha, exhibited by Ken Main and Peter Vail, Copake, N.Y.
  • Guernsey Futurity Class Winner: Knapps Best Buy Tamarinda, exhibited by Austin and Landen Knapp, Epworth, Iowa.
  • Holstein Futurity Class Winner: RJR Sid 3273-ET, exhibited by Connor K Erbsen, Lanark, Ill.
  • Jersey Futurity Class Winner: Royalty Ridge Tequila Circus-ET, exhibited by River Valley Farm, Ben, Andy, Blessing and Grace Sauder, Tremont, Ill.
  • Milking Shorthorn Futurity Class Winner: Corstar Deuce Mix P-EXP-TW, exhibited by Cory and Kristen Salzl, Litchfield, Minnesota.
  • Red and White Futurity Class Winner: Miss Apple Snapple-Red-ET, exhibited by Milk Source LLC.

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