Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, August 09, 1980, Image 104

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    Cl6—Lancaster Fanning, Saturday, August 9,1980 Frey bull is reserve Sr. champ
full-house crowd packed the
Kentucky Fair and Ex
position Center to witness
the debut of many of the
Angus breed’s leading
contenders for the 1980-81
show season from July 28-29
at the 33rd American Angus
Breeders’ Futurity in
Louisville, Kentucky.
Doug Parrett, University
of Illinois, Champaign,
selected the champions from
a field of 137 entries m one of
the most competitive
Futurities ever.
Bnarhill Jay, grand
champion bull, captured the
supreme championship for
owners James J Hicks,
MD , Union Springs,
Alabama; Picket Fence &
Lincolnland, Grayslake,
Illinois; and L.B. Pierce &
Sons, Inc., Creston, Illinois.
The May 11,1978, bull tipped
the scales at 2,015 pounds on
show day and measured
58.25 inches at the hip.
Creston Mr America
stood as reserve grand
champion bull The May 2,
1979, bull is owned by
Weaver Angus Farm,
Peona, Illinois; and Mr and
Mrs W B Henley, Paso
Robles, California He
weighed 1,445 pounds and
stood 57 inches at the hip
R&J Duchess 1239 moved
into the grand champion
female spot The April 26,
1979, heifer was a joint entry
of R&J Ranch, Briggs,
Texas, Empire Angus,
Pleasant Hill, Missouri,
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Gallagher’s Farm, Inc.,
Ghent, New York; and
Picket Fence Farm,
Grayslake, Illinois. Her hip
height was 53.73 inches.
Reserve grand champion
heifer honors went to Ar
chies Emma, a January 18,
1979, entry of Premier Beef
Cattle, Fowlerville,
Michigan; and Buck &
Barbara Stevens, Point
Reyes, California. The
reserve champ measured 54
Most of the group awards
went the R&J Ranch way.
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1980 Angus Breeders’
Head class and put together
Premier Jackpot progeny to
take first in the senior get-of
sire class.
R&J won th* l Produce of
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Albern Duchess 5773. The
offspring were grand
champion female R&J
Duchess 1239 and reserve
intermediate champion bull
R&J Ike, the same two
animals that earned the
McCorkle Challenge Trophy
given to the best bull and
best female shown together
and owned or co-owned by
one exhibitor R&J Ike is co-
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in Louisville
owned by R&J Ranch and
Bnarwood Farms, Curtis W.
and Ann H. Long, Butler,
Bnarhill Angus Farms,
Union Spring, Alabama,
owned the top junior get,
sired by Bnarhill Bartman,
and also won the Premier
Exhibitor award.
Continental was the serve
senior champion bull en
tered by Continental
Associates, Phelps, New
York; and Fred C. Frey &
Sons, Quarryville, Penn
Champion of the junior
bull division was Sum
mitcrest Puritan, jointly
owned by Summitcrest
Farms, Summitville, Ohio,
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Reserve junior champ was
Rosebank Connection 69,
owned by Rally Farms,
Millbrook, New York;
Rosebank Angus Farm,
Germantown, New York;
and Timber Valley Farms,
Dawn, Missouri.
Skarship Farm, Hillsdale,
New York, took bull calf
champion honors with
Skarship Pnmemover. Jane
Dawes, Urbana, Indian,
stood in reserve with DD
Black Stud 929.
Leland J Boggs,
Claverack, New York, led
out the intermediate
champion heifer. Sir Wins
Patricia 982. Mr. and Mrs
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Sayre MacLeod, Phelps,
New York, took reserve
intermediate honors with
Blackcap 434 L of Sayre.
Heifer calf champ was
Bnarhill Joan, co-owned by
James J. Hicks, M.D.;
Bnarwood Farm; Lovana
Farms, Inc., Clarksville,
Georgia; and Picket Fence
George Fincher, Auburn,
Alabama, owned the reserve
heifer calf champion,
Bnarhill Blackcap 969.
Bill Avery received the
Robert L. Asher Memorial
Trophy for being the out
standing herdsman at this
year’s show. He’s herdsman
for Premier Angus, Inc.,,
Cloverdale, Indiana.
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