Richman Farms sweeps championship awards at Ohio District 8 Holstein Show


WELLINGTON, Ohio — Richman Farms, Richard Indoe and Family, Lodi, Ohio, took home the championship awards at the Ohio District 8 Holstein Show held Aug. 24 at the Lorain County Fair, Wellington.

Their senior 3-year-old cow, Mors Roller SS Just Once, was chosen as intermediate champion and went on to be named the grand champion female in the open show. Their winning junior 2-year-old, Greenlea Ad Soso-Red-ET was the reserve intermediate champion and reserve grand champion female.

Chosen as senior champion in the open show was the 4-year-old cow and reserve senior champion was the 125,000-pound cow. Both were shown by Richman Farms.

Awarded the ribbons for the junior champion female in the open show was the spring yearling, and the reserve was the senior calf, also shown by Richman Farms.

Junior show

In the Ohio Junior Holstein Show, the intermediate champion female was the junior 2-year-old cow, Con-River Zenith Ashley, shown by Andrew Conrad, Grafton, Ohio.

The reserve intermediate champion was the senior 3-year-old cow, Con-River 957 Lucy-ET shown by Rebecca Conrad, Grafton.

Chosen as senior champion female in the junior show was the winning aged cow, Lund View Durham Babe, shown by Lund View LLC, Allison Moyer, Norwalk, Ohio.

Reserve senior champion was the 4-year-old cow, Schultz Shottle Krisp, shown by Ben Klier, Jaloda Farms, Wellington.

For his grand champion, the judge chose A. Conrad’s intermediate champion and the reserve grand champion was the senior champion shown by Moyer.

Junior champion female in the junior show was the fall calf, Cornish Blaze Alice, shown by Greg Cornish, North Fairfield, Ohio.

Reserve junior champion female was the fall yearling, Con-River 1155 Talent-ET, shown by Conrad Farms, Grafton.

The first-place bull calf and grand champion bull was shown by C. L. Knapp, Wellington, Ohio. Reserve champion bull was the second-place bull calf shown by Ian Timmons, Loudonville, Ohio.

A total of 82 registered Holsteins paraded the show ring, with Nevin L’Amoreaux of Paradise Valley Farms, Louisville, Ohio, awarding the ribbons.


Ohio Holstein Queen, Kara Jordan, passed out the ribbons. Rachel Klier was crowned as the District 8 Holstein Queen during the show.


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