Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, September 27, 1980, Image 134

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    Dl4—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, September 27,1980 p a# Junior Dairy Show
HARRISBURG—Over 700 the 2Stb Pennsylvania Junior
dairy animals paraded Show kicked off the biggest
across the floor of the large week of dairy exhibitions in
arena here at the Farm the state.
R. Steven Kauffman, 18, of RI Elizabethtown,
Lancaster, won the 4-H Holstein junior cham
pionship with “Penn Spring Milestone Ada,” a
junior yearling.
John Zimmerman, ~ .ata, Lancaster County, won .jnior
championship of the FFA Holstein show with his senior yearling, "Zimridge
Penstate Honey Sheri”.
Eddie Breckbili, 19 years old, of Rl, Oxford, Chester County, won the FFA
Holstein senior championship and the grand championship with his 3-year-old
cow, “Breck-A-De Linda Tippy Sue."
Also pictured is John Rinehart, judge.
Local Juniors bring home champs
Show Complex on Monday as
In the Junior Holstein
shows, competition was stiff
with over 300 animals vying
for the the titles of grand
Judge John Rinehart, of
Taneytown, Maryland,
tagged two Holstein grands
one for 4-H and one for
Eddie Breckbill,l9, R 1
Oxford, Chester County,
exhibited his three-year-old
cow, Breck-A-De Linda
Tippy Sue to a blue ribbon m
her class of 3 and 4 year olds.
She was selected as the Best
Uddered Cow in her class
and then went on to : be
selected as the Senior
Champion. The'daughter of
Edeal Pinonia Matt Tippy
was then pinned Grand
Breckbill was recognized
as the First Place Owner-
Breeder in his class and
received Master Fitter and
Showman honors.
Following Breckbill’s
entry for the Reserve Senior
Champion and Reserve
Grand Champion honors was
Kenneth Seller’s aged cow.
The Mifflinburg youth’s
Holstein was the first place
entry in her class.
Lancaster County’s John
Zimmerman, R 1 Ephrata,
exhibited his senior yearling
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>, w. _ _ county, captured the grand and
senior championships in a 4-H Holstein judging competition at the 25th Penn
sylvania Junior Dairy Show with “Burket Falls Elevation Sophia,” a 6-year-old.
The animal was sired by "Round Oak Rag Apple Elevation.” Making the trophy
presentation is Mike Weiner of the Pa. Holstein Assn.
William Henley, 15, of Rl,' Cochranviile, Chester County, won the grand
senior championships in Ayrshire judging competition at the 25th
Junior Dairy Show with ‘‘Tower View Kelly’s Heather,” a 6-year-old cow. This
marks the fifth straight year that the' Henley entry has won the grand cham
pionship in state youth competition. Also pictured are Judge John McKitrick and
Harold Kulp, Pa. Ayrshire Assn. President.
Tina Rutter, 18, of Lightner Road, York, York County, won the grand and
senior championships in Guernsey judging. Also pictured are Judge John
McKitrick and National Guernsey Queen Millie Linde.
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