HARRISBURG, Pa. – Pennsylvania’s finest Holsteins were on display at the All-American Dairy Show Sept. 26 for the 2001 Pennsylvania Fall Championship Show. More than 284 Holsteins were exhibited.
Winning the grand champion and senior champion banner was Tower-Vue Canteen Deanna, owned by Craig Walton of Carlisle, Pa. The reserve grand and reserve senior champion was Bishcroft Integrity Jordanna, a 4-year-old owned by James Kahler and Marion Andrew of Wellsboro, Pa.
Junior show. In the junior show, entering the winner’s circle for junior champion was Donald and Vicky McCullough of Newville with McCulloughs Adolph Amy. The reserve junior champion was Tom-Cat Lee Jenvine owned by the McCauley, Strouse, Connelly and Frey-Thomas partnership.
Competing for a cash prize of $1,085.50, ten Holsteins competed in the Keystone Holstein Futurity. Taking home the top prize was Windy Knoll View Wade Charm owned by James and Nina Burdette of Mercersburg. “Charm” was also selected to receive the best udder award of the futurity.
Premier awards. Tower-Vue Holsteins of Carlisle was selected as the premier exhibitor of the Championship Show and the premier breeder was Penn Gate Farm of Littlestown, Pa.
Winning the George M. Knight, Jr. Total Performance Award was Dale and Deana Bending of Gettysburg, Pa. with Spungold Leadoff Shana-ET.
In the Holstein championship youth show, the grand champion and senior champion winner was Hickory Green B Star Patty, owned by Scott Walton of Carlisle. The reserve grand and reserve senior champion of the youth show was Bell-stoner Hero Selena owned by Andrew Stoner, Waynesboro, Pa.
Woodbine Durham Macadamia owned by Justin Hall of Airville, Pa. was selected as the youth junior champion. the reserve youth junior champion was JV-Vindale Emerson Dianna owned Nathan Beiler of Lebanon, Pa.
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