HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Holstein Association held its spring show March 17 at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg.
Michael Iager judged the 185 head shown.
Junior Champion: Plum-Line Attic Atlee (fall yearling), Brooke and John Carey, Titusville; reserve junior champion: MS Belles Corvette Blast (summer yearling), Daniel Kitchen, Danville.
Intermediate champion: Plum-Line Reginald Velour, Brooke Carey; reserve champion: Knob-Hill Aftershock Bobbie, Jordan Zimmerman, East Earl;
Senior champion: Eastriver Goldwyn Deb-Et (5-year-old), Matthew Boop, Millmont; reserve champion: Show-Mar Scrambled 1308 (5-year-old), Dylan Brantner, Greenville.
Grand Champions: Eastriver Goldwyn Deb-Et; reserve champion: Plum-Line Reginald Velour.
Best animal bred and owned: Pennwood Brokaw Tiana (4-year-old), Elizabeth Stoltzfus, Berlin.
Junior champion: Tran-Can Doorman Corona (spring yearling), Ray and Carol Nell, Gettysburg; reserve junior champion: Walk-Le GW Atwood Becca (fall yearling), Matthew and Sarah Hawbaker and Justin and Claire Burdette, Mercersburg;
Intermediate champions: OCD Bradnick Calliope-Et (senior 2-year-old), owned by the estate of Harvey Stoltzfus, Berlin; reserve champion: Keystone Atwood Ashley (senior 3-year-old), Keystone Farm, Easton;
Senior and grand champion: Luck-E Absolute Tango (aged cow), James Dunn, New Ringgold; reserve senior and reserve grand champion: Foxmont J Goldwyn Dena (4-year-old), Jenna Fox, Rockwood;
Best animal bred and owned: Foxmont J Goldwyn Dena.
Premier breeder and premier exhibitor honors went to Clyde, Charlene and Sam McWilliams of McWilliams Holsteins, Somerset, Pennsylvania.