Jersey wins Canfield Fair supreme champion honors


CANFIELD, Ohio — Under the direction of Dairy Superintendent Howard Moff, approximately 358 cows and heifers paraded the ring during the three-day show at this year’s Canfield Fair.

Terry Rawn, Charlestown, W.Va., who has judged dairy breeds in 14 states, judged the show.

On Sept. 1, 12 breed champions paraded the ring to determine who would be the supreme junior and supreme grand champions. Rawn chose the grand champion Jersey, Breezy-Knoll JW Missy, as the supreme grand champion; grand champion Ayrshire, Bricker Farms Burdette Chasney, as reserve; and the Holstein, Futurama Talent Secellia, as honorable mention.

Rawn selected the Holstein, Fusion Passions Poison, as the supreme junior champion, and the Jersey, M-Signature Tequila Clara Marie as the reserve junior champion.

Honorable mention went to the Guernsey junior champion, R-Way YB Tootsie.

Guernsey. The grand champion Guernsey was Willow Brook Titanic Lucy, a senior 2-year-old shown by Wesley P. Aiken, Willow Brook Farm, West Middlesex, Pa.

The Guernsey junior champion is R-Way YB Tootsie, a spring yearling, shown by Amber Dietz, R-Way Farm, Southington, Ohio.

Jersey. The purple ribbon for grand champion went to Breezy-Knoll JW Missy, the aged cow shown by Tom, Grant, and Ann Cope, Breezy-Knoll Farm, Salem, Ohio.

M-Signature Tequila Clara Marie, the winter calf was tapped as junior champion. She is shown by Signature Cattle, Cole and Mazzaro, Williamsfield, Ohio.

Holstein. Futurama Talent Secellia, a junior 3-year-old, was the grand champion Holstein. She is shown by Austin Trbovich, Trbo-Land Holsteins, Waynesburg, Ohio.

Junior champion Holstein was Fusion Passions Poison, a fall calf shown by John Winchell and Duane Cole, Vienna, Ohio.

Milking Shorthorn. Milking Shorthorn grand champion is Honey Creek Ivy’s Angel, a junior 2-year-old shown by Howard Withers, Honey Creek Farms, Petersburg, Ohio.

Junior champion was a spring calf, Baker’s Acres Prince Jewel, shown by Jacob Baker, Homeworth, Ohio.

Ayrshire. Todd Bricker, Bricker Farms, Beloit, Ohio, showed the grand champion Ayrshire, Bricker Farms Burdette Chasney, a junior 3-year-old.

Bricker also showed the junior champion, a summer yearling, Bricker Farms Burdette Charity.

Brown Swiss. Brown Swiss grand champion is Kulp-GEN TD Dianthus, a senior 3-year-old, shown by Mark and Laura Suttle, Walnut Hill Farms, Orrville, Ohio.

Junior champion is a summer yearling, Brook Run Legacy Farrah, shown by Thomas Beatty, Enon Valley, Pa.

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