Wisconsin cow is World Dairy Expo’s supreme champion


MADISON, Wis. — Harvue Roy Frosty, a five-year-old Holstein cow from Rudolph, Wis., was crowned supreme champion of World Dairy Expo 2009.

Sired by Roylane Jordan-ET, she was exhibited by Mike and Julie Duckett, Jim and Nancy Junemann and Scott Armbrust.

Currently classified EX-95, Frosty was bred by Dave and Debra Hardesty of Berryville, Va.

At 3-10 305d she produced 31,685M 4.5% 1,436F 934P.

Brown Swiss

Reserve supreme champion of the show was legendary Brown Swiss, Old Mill E Snickerdoodle OCS, bred and exhibited by Allen Bassler Jr. of Upperville, Va. Scored Excellent-94 with an Excellent-97 point mammary system, the 11-year-old show veteran is an eight-time class winner, six-time World Dairy Expo champion, and was named supreme champion in 2003 and reserve supreme champion in 2008.

Triple play

It was a triple play for Ben Sauder of Tremont, Ill., winning grand and reserve grand champion of the Central National Jersey Junior Show and Supreme Champion overall.

His winning five-year-old, Xanadu Champion Kandy Kiss, bested six other breed champions to be named supreme champion of the show.

The Excellent -94 point Sleegerholm Champion-ET daughter was bred by George Colpetzer of Greenville, Pa.


Reserve supreme champion honors went to the grand champion of both the Open and Junior International Ayrshire Shows, Blind Buck Vall Tri Redpepper, exhibited by Sara Pulver of Fort Edwards, N.Y.

In addition, she was named best bred and owned and best uddered of the show. This is the pairs second time in the supreme champion parade as they were also named grand champion of the 2008 Junior Show.


Up-to-date agriculture news in your inbox!



We are glad you have chosen to leave a comment. Please keep in mind that comments are moderated according to our comment policy.

Receive emails as this discussion progresses.