Ouric Holstein tops open class show

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LISBON, Ohio – Entries at this year’s Columbiana County Fair kept open class dairy judge Kelly Epperly busy on Saturday of fair week.

Epperly, a Holstein breeder near Anna, Ohio, tapped the grand champion Holstein, an entry from the Howard Moff family, as his supreme champion, all breeds.

Jersey. In the Jersey show, Epperly liked the looks of Grant Cope’s animals, as he tapped Cope entries for junior champion and grand and reserve champion Jerseys.

Winners in the individual classes included:

Bull calf and champion bull: Frog Hollow Jerseys, Hanoverton;

Junior heifer: 1. Spring Haven Jerseys, Columbiana; intermediate heifer: 1. Grant Cope; 2. April Bos, Canton;

Senior heifer: 1. Grant Cope; 2. Aegerter Farms, Hanoverton; summer yearling: 1. Unkefer Dairy, Columbiana; 2. Frog Hollow Jerseys; junior yearling: 1. George Moser, Salem; 2. Unkefer Dairy;

Intermediate senior yearling: 1. T&D Farm, Carrollton; 2. Spring Haven Jerseys; senior yearling: 1. Grant Cope; junior best three females: 1. Grant Cope; 2. T&D Farm.

Junior 2-year-old: 1. Unkefer Dairy; 2. Frog Hollow; senior 2-year-old: 1. Grant Cope; 2. Unkefer Dairy; 3-year-old: 1. Grant Cope; 2. Spring Haven;

Four-year-old: 1. Grant Cope; 2. Unkefer Dairy; 5-year-old: 1. T&D Farm; 2. Spring Haven; aged cow: 1. Unkefer Dairy; 2. Grant Cope; dry cow: 1. Frog Hollow; 2. James Herron;

Produce of dam: 1 and 2. Spring Haven; dam and daughter: 1. T&D Farm; 2. Spring Haven; best three females: 1. Unkefer Dairy; 2. Spring Haven; dairy herd: 1. Unkefer Dairy; 2. Spring Haven.

Guernsey. The Guernsey show created a Baker battle, with Baker’s Acres, Kensington, showing the junior champion and Baker Brothers Farm, Homeworth, the reserve junior champion.

The banners were switched in the senior classes, with Baker Brothers Farm taking the grand champion and Baker’s Acres, the reserve.

Baker’s Acres also showed the first-place junior heifer calf and Baker Brothers Farm showed the first-place intermediate heifer calf and 4-year-old.

Triple J Guernseys, the Rhodes family, Salem, showed the first-place summer yearling, junior yearling and intermediate senior yearling, as well as the second-place junior heifer.

Holstein. Ouric Holsteins, Canfield, the Howard Moff family, grabbed another win with the grand champion Holstein in the open class show.

Kiko Farms showed the reserve grand champion.

Whiteleather Farms of Minerva showed the junior champion and Kiko Farms, Salem, showed the reserve junior champion.

Class winners included: Junior calf: 1. Ouric Holsteins; 2. Neil Zehentbauer, Hanoverton; intermediate heifer calf: ;1. Whiteleather Farms; 2. John Mercer, Damascus;

Senior heifer calf: 1. Neil Zehentbauer; 2. Whiteleather Farms; summer yearling: 1. Steve Smith, East Rochester; 2. Ouric Holsteins;

Junior yearling: 1. Ouric Holsteins; 2. Karlen Brothers, Salem; intermediate senior yearling: 1 and 2. Whiteleather Farms; senior yearling: 1. Kiko Farms; 2. Whiteleather Farms;

Junior get-of-sire: 1. Ouric Holsteins; junior best three females: 1. Whiteleather Farms; 2. Kiko Farms.

Junior 2-year-old: 1. Kiko Farms; senior 2-year-old: 1. Ouric Holsteins; 2. Whiteleather Farms;

Three-year-old: 1 and 2. Ouric Holsteins; 4-year-old: 1. Ouric Holsteins; 5-year-old: 1. Whiteleather; 2. Kiko Farms; aged cow: 1. Whiteleather; 2. Ouric Holsteins; dry cow: 1. Kiko Farms; 2. Matt Merrick, Homeworth;

produce of dam: 1. John mercer; 2. Ouric Holsteins; dam and daughter: 1 and 2. Ouric Holsteins; best three females: 1 Ouric Holsteins; 2. Lawrence Whiteleather.

Ayrshire. Baker’s Acres topped the calf classes in the open show to win junior champion honors. Jeremy Timmons, Salem, showed the reserve junior champion.

Baker’s Acres also showed the grand champion Ayrshire; reserve honors went to Joe Kornbau, Salem.

Class winners included: Bull calf and champion bull: Bill Kornbau; intermediate calf: Baker’s Acres; senior calf: 1 and 2. Jeremy Timmons; intermediate senior yearling: 1. Jeremy Timmons;

Senior yearling: 1. Allen Deckerd, Beloit; junior 2-year-old: 1. Todd Bricker; 2. Allen Deckerd; senior 2-year-old: 1. Jeremy Timmons; 2. Todd Bricker;

Three-year-old: 1. Todd Bricker; 2. Bill Kornbau; 4-year-old: 1. Joe Kornbau; 2. Todd Bricker; 5-year-old: 1. Baker’s Acres; 2. Allen Deckerd; aged cow: 1. Joe Kornbau; dry cow: 1. Bill Kornbau; 2. Allen Deckerd;

Dam and daughter: 1. Baker’s Acres; 2. Todd Bricker; best three females: 1. Bill Kornbau; dairy herd: 1. Bill Kornbau.

Brown Swiss. Bardo Hill Farm, Salem, took the reserve junior champion rosette and the grand and reserve honors in the open class Brown Swiss show.

Class winners included: Junior heifer: 1. Bardo Hill Farm; intermediate heifer: 1. Bardo Hill Farm; 2. Stacey Cain, Salem; senior heifer: 1. Natalie Davidson, Salem; 2. Bardo Hill Farm; summer yearling: 1. Bardo Hill Farm; 2. Emily Henceroth, Lisbon;

Intermediate senior yearling: 1. Levi Bardo; senior yearling: 1. Bardo Hill Farm; junior best three females: 1. Bardo Hill Farm;

Senior 2-year-old: 1. Joe Kornbau; 3-year-old: 1. Levi Bardo; 4-year-old: 1. Bardo Hill arm; aged cow: Joe Kornbau; dry cow: 1. Bardo Hill Farm; 2. Natalie Davidson; produce of dam: 1. Levi Bardo; dam and daughter: 1. Bardo Hill Farm; 2. Joe Kornbau; best three females: 1. Bardo Hill Farm.

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