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MADISON, Wis. – A senior 3-year-old cow exhibited by Star Struck Show Cattle and Oak Grove Farms of Halfway, Mo., was selected as this year’s grand champion female of the 2003 International Milking Shorthorn Show at World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wis.

Meriville King Arthur sired the animal, Oak Grove Nikolia. Her dam is Oak Grove Nikita.

The reserve champion was Alwardt’s Peri 2nd exhibited by the Hal-Tex Syndicate of Cullom, Ill. Peri was sired by Oak Grove Big A and her dam is Alwardt’s Peri.

Sterryn Style exhibited by Ryan A. Sterry of Romar Vista from Osseo, Wis., was again selected the grand champion of the junior show. Style was also last year’s champion. She was sired by Kuszmar Alfairs Othello.

The reserve grand champion of the junior show was Blue Spruce Otheio Morgan Misty exhibited by Willy Mckay of Blue Spruce Farm from New Holland, Ohio. Misty was also sired by Kuszman Alfairs Othello.

Halpin Farm from Cullom, Ill., was named the premier exhibitor. The premier breeder was Innisfail Farms, Stuart Rowe, Davis, Calif.

A total of 190 cattle competed in the International Milking Shorthorn Show.

Guernsey. A 7-year-old owned by Clark and Joy Vilter of Four Winds Farm in Hartland, Wis., was selected as the grand champion at the expo’s Guernsey show. Four Winds Magicman, sired the animal, named Four Winds Magicman Delight. Her dam is Westlynn Tom Dee.

A cow named Sniders Perfect Brenden won the reserve grand champion female honors and was exhibited by Kendy Beth Gable, of New Enterprise, Pa. Her sire is Lily Land Penny Perfecto-ET and her dam is Sniders Smokey Brenda.

Brenden was also named the grand champion of the junior show.

The reserve grand champion of the junior show was Crown Stone Jason Helga exhibited by Jeremy Schnebly of Clear Spring, Md. She was sired by Sherma Jay Rosies Jason and her dam is Crown Stone Bart Dixie.

The premier breeder and premier exhibitor was Four Winds Farm.

A total of 237 animals competed in the Central National Guernsey Show.

Jersey show. An aged cow named Giprat Renn Anastasia-Et garnered top honors as the champion of the Central National Jersey Show.

Todd Stiles of Clearbrook, Va. exhibited the champion. Hollyland Renaissance sired Anastasia and her dam is Starheart Duncan Alpha.

The reserve grand champion female was Glenyle Jude Madonna, exhibited by Kyle Natzke of Fond du Lac, Wis. Curtsey Duncan Jude-Et sired Madonna and her dam is Glenyle General Madonna.

This animal was also named grand champion female of the junior show.

Meadow Ridge Esquire Swan, exhibited by Mark Riebe of Cumberland, Wis., was named the reserve grand champion of the junior show. She was sired by Hollylane Jupiter Esquire and her dam is Meadow Ridge Dreamer Delta.

The Roger Riebe family of Cumberland, Wis., was named the premier breeder and Waverly Farms of Clearbrook, Va., was named the premier exhibitor.

A total of 334 animals competed in the Central National Jersey Show.

Iowa winner. A 5-year-old cow exhibited by Covey Farms/Pa Ayrshire/Tony Overmann, Dryersville, Iowa, was selected as this year’s grand champion female of the Central National Ayrshire Show.

Covey Farms Olympic Retrace sired the animal, named Covey Farms Retrace Rae. Her dam is Covey Farms Moon River Riki.

Maple Dell Trident Song won the reserve grand champion female honors and was exhibited by David Patrick of Woodbine, Md. The reserve champion was sired by Androssan EZ Kates Trident.

The grand champion female of the junior show was Family Af-Ayr Cornelious Daisy exhibited by Sarah Borchardt of Caledonia, Ill. She was sired by Forever Schoon Mm Cornelius-ET.

The reserve grand champion female of the junior show was Haynes Farm Naomi exhibited by Travis Fitzsimmons of Locke, N.Y.

Moy-Ayr Farm of Whitewater, Wis., was named the premier breeder and premier exhibitor.

A total of 209 animals competed in the Central National Ayrshire Show.

Delaware winner.A 5- year-old cow exhibited by Richard M. Green Sr. of Middletown, Del., was selected as the grand champion during the International Red and White Show.

The animal, named Macs-Acres Fannie-Red-Et, was sired by Markwell Romancer. Her dam is Gar-Bar-Dale Freddie-Red.

A cow named Hannan Rubena Courtney-Red won reserve grand champion female honors and was exhibited by Todd Hannan of Southbury, Conn.

Elm Park Farms, Ltd. of Sheboygan Falls, Wis., was named the premier breeder and the premier exhibitor.

A total of 166 animals were exhibited at the show.

Brown Swiss. A senior 3-year-old cow named Old Mill E Snickerdoodle garnered top honors as the grand champion female of the Central National Brown Swiss Show.

Allen Bassler Jr. of Upperville, Va., exhibited the two-time champion. Victory Acres Jubilation Emory sired Snickerdoodle and her dam is Old Mill E Cookie.

The reserve grand champion female was Top Acres Coll Party exhibited by Manion & Ayars of Mechanicsburg, Ohio.

In the junior show, Brothers Three Wisper-Ocs exhibited by Jacob Hushon of Airville, Pa., was named the grand champion.

Little Cobb Bank Kopper was selected as the reserve grand champion of the junior show. Kopper was exhibited by Becky Adams of Eleva, Wis.

Manion & Ayars of Mechanicsburg, Ohio, was named the premier exhibitor and Top Acres, Wayne Sliker of St. Paris, Ohio, was named premier breeder.

A total of 339 animals competed in the show.

Holstein competition. A senior 3-year-old cow exhibited by Molly Rebecca Alberts of Pine Island, Minn., was selected as this year’s grand champion female of the International Holstein Show.

Comestar Lee-ET sired the animal named Pine-Shelter Cheyenne Lee. Her dam is Pine-Shelter Claudia Emory.

Grand champion of the junior show honors also went to Lee.

Beaumond Spendide Spirit won the reserve grand champion female honors and was exhibited by Ed Bracco/Joey Airosa/Hank Van Excel of Lodi, Calif.

The reserve champion was sired by Hanover-Hill R Spirit-ET and her dam is Beaumond Lestate.

The reserve grand champion female of the junior show was Sonnek Rm Victoria’s Secret exhibited by Kyle Sonnek of Forenston, Minn. She was sired by Indianhead Red-Marker-ET and her dam is Donnek Supersire Rose.

Willows Edge, Henrick and Bonnie Van Dyk of New Richmond, Wis., was named premier breeder. Rottinghaus, Elmvue and Woods of Seneca, Kan., was named the premier exhibitor.

A total of 366 animals competed in the International Holstein Show.

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Brown Swiss reigns supreme

MADISON, Wis. – The second time around proved to be the charm for Old Mill E Snickerdoodle selected as World Dairy Expo’s 2003 supreme champion.

Snickerdoodle, the grand champion of the Central National Brown Swiss Show, was also the breed champion last year but didn’t get the top overall show honors.

The supreme champion was exhibited by Allen Bassler Jr. of Upperville, Va.

Victory Acres Jubilation Emory sired Snickerdoodle and her dam is Old Mill E Cookie.

The reserve supreme honors went to the champion from the Holstein show. Pine-Shelter Cheyenne Lee is a senior 3-year-old cow exhibited by Molly Rebecca Alberts of Pine Island, Minn.

Comestar Lee-Et is her sire and her dam is Pine-Shelter Claudia Emory.

A Holstein was also named junior show supreme champion: Pine-Shelter Cheyenne Lee.

The reserve supreme champion of the junior show was Glenyle Jude Madonna, a Jersey, exhibited by Kyle Natzke of Fond du Lac, Wis.

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