Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, August 16, 1980, Image 28

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    A2B—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 16,1980
Hostetter family takes Eastern Holstein honors
Staff Correspondent
KUTZTOWN Continuing
their impressive sweep of
prestigious awards in this
year’s show circuit, Donald
M. Hostetter and family of
Parkesburg, captured the
coveted titles of Premier
Breeder and Premier
Exhibitor at the Eastern
Pennsylvania Championship
Holstein Show.
The show was held at the
Kutztown Fairgrounds,
Monday and judged by Paul
King, Delta. Maplebound
Farms, owned and operated
by the Hostetter family,
previously took these same
honors home in 1978 and
captured both titles at the
stale show m Harrisburg in
Other awards won Monday
night by the Hostetter’s
included Reserve Grand
Champion and Reserve
Senior Champion, won by
their 4 yr old cow,
Mapiebound Elevation
Knstol First places were m
Aged Cow, Best Three
females, produce of dam,
and dam and daughter
classes. Red ribbons were
awarded to the Hostetters
in junior yearling heifers,
three and four year old dry
cows, dry cows five years
ana over, three year old
cows, four year old cows,
and best udder classes.
These distinguished cows
come from Hostetters’ two
dairy herds, both having
impressive records. The
Hostetters manage one herd
of 50 milking cows that
averaged 19,300 pounds of
Bonnie Lamborn, Nottingham, showing Reserve Junior Champion, Frisky
Acres Mohawk Inky.
Steve Shaw, Oley, is shown with his Champion Bull WS Linden-Loch Matt
milk last year and an 80 cow
herd that had an average of
over 18,000 pounds milk.
Both herds are 100 percent
These farms are operated
by the Hostetter family
which mcludes Donald, his
wife Dorcas, and their five
children, two of which have
graduated from high school
and work full time on the
family operation, pjus two
hired men Crops consist of
140 acres of corn and 75
acres of hay.
The Hostetters were also
honored recently by the
Junior Champion, Sonnylee Christopher Hattie
was shown by owner, Sonny Bomgardner,
Pennsylvania Holstein
Association, which awarded
them with the distinguished
Progressive Breeders
Placing second for
premier breeder and
premier exhibitor at the
Eastern Pennsylvania
Championship Show last
Monday evening was Ker
chenhill Holstems, Kutz
town. Owned and operated
by Raymond Seidel and
family, Kerchenhill cap
tured several other honors
including Reserve Champion
Bull with their senior bull
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calf Hilltoo Hanover Junior Champion Honors junior yearling heifer is
DeslW were awarded to a senior owned by Bonnie Lamborn,
Grand Champion and yearling bred and owned by 16, and bred by her father.
Senior Champion Honors Sonny Bomgardner, R 3 George, of Nottingham. This
were awarded to the same Lebanon. Bomgardner has heifer was sired by Wood
cow that won the honors last only been operating his own bine Chief Mohawk,
year, Lime-Rock Astronaut dairy herd for two years, Wendy Shaw, Oley, was
Sue Apple This four year old 'previously he worked with the breeder and owner of the
sired by Paclamar his fathers’farm. The junior Grand Champion Bull, a
Astronaut and shown by Carl champion, Sonnylee junior bull calf named W.S.
Miller was bred by Hubert S. Christopher Hattie was sired Londen-Loch Matt Shamus,
Miller, Myerstown, and is by Browndale Sir sired by No-Na-Me Fond
presently owned by his Christopher. Matt. Other results of the
estate. She was also named Reserve Junior Champion, show follow:
best uddered. Friskyacres Mohawk Inky, a Hum to Page A 32)
Shown from left are Reserve Champion Female Maplebound Elevation Kristol
shown by Donald Hostetter; Champion, Lime-Rock Astronaut Sue Apple shown
by Carl Miller; and John Howard of PA Holstein Association.
emier Breeder and Exhibitor was Maplebound Farm. Left to right are Susif>
Hostetter; Diane Sames, Bucks Dairy Princess: Bev Hostetter; Donal SL
Hostetter; Missy Hostetter (front): Kim Hostetter: Dorcas Hostetter and Karen
Sattazahn, Berks Dairy Princess.
Shown from eft to right are: Northampton Lehigh Dairy Princess, Lois Heyer;
Helen Seidel; Nancy Seidel; and Chester Dairy Pr.ncess, Yvonne King. Back row
"V ed H B n eSh ° r c e ' , S T (Seid6l) BeShore: Mont S omer y DaiJ Princess.
Jeanette Kolb; and Doug Seidel.