Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, January 14, 1984, Image 21

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    Kopistecki makes grand showin
FARM SHOW - Kathleen champion in the youth division
“Kitty” Kopistecki of Royersford, with her senior yearling entry
Montegomery County continued a “Titan Daintys Darling.”
winning streak at the Farm Show The William Daubert family of
that began in the show circuit this Pine Grove in Schuykill County,
summer. Exhibiting “DN Delegate won the premier breeder, premier
Dainty,” an aged cow, Kitty won exhibitor and placed first in the
the grand and senior champions as exhibitor’s herd class with their
well as the champion udder in open Windmill Farm herd.
class Brown Swiss judging com- Dean and Brenda Daubert
petition. exhibited the reserve frand and
Kitty also won the reserve reserve senior champion,
junior champion Welsh Ponderosa Kings Bobi Jo, right
exhibited by Mike Welsh, and reserve junior champion, Keb
Clayview A Telstar Sadie, shown by Kerry Boyd.
Competition strong in Ayrshire
FARM SHOW - This year’s
Ayrshire competition of the Farm
Show represented the second
largest dairy show. Numbers were
Ayrshire junior champions, Debra Shetterly, right, winner
of junior champion, and Heather Hernley, with her reserve
junior champion.
BY ROBIN PHILLIPS Cumberland County. The children
Staff Correspondent of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Deaven, Rl,
FARM SHOW The cham- Newburg, Marilyn and Mark, and
pionship ribbons in the Jersey their aged cows, bested over 50
show of the Pennsylvania Farm entries to take the highest honors
Show extravaganza went to a in both the open and junior shows,
sister and brother team from “She wins all the time,” Marilyn
I ■■LrJZSr
Karla Martin holds the premier exhibitor plaque her family
won exhibiting their Pleasant Valley Jerseys at the Farm
Show. Family members are, from left, Ruth, Lester, Doug,
Karla, and Tina.
up from previous years and
competition was stiff. Judge John
Morris, Maryland, said the quality
of the animals exhibited was above
"'lrolwoou VICIUI Cdiui. luu o
year sired by “Harris Hill Mary
Victor,” was nonunated this for
year tor the All-American. Faith
won the reserve grand champion
at the Eastern National in Sep-'
Mike Welsh of East Berlin, York
County, won the junior champion
with lus junior yearling entry,
“Welsh Ponderosa Kings Bobi Jo.”
Bobi Jo won the Brown Swiss
junior champion at the North
American International Livestock
Exhibition in Louisville, last fall.
Kerry E. and Deborah Boyd of
Ephrata, Lancaster County,
captured the reserve junior
championship with “Keb Clayview
A Telstar Sadie,” a senior calf.
Boyd’s homebred heifer was
previously named the junior
champion at the 1983 Maryland
State Fair, when she was only nine
months old, beating heifers much
older than herself. Sired by Nome
Telstar, the senior calf is one of
nominations the Boyds had this
year for the All American com
1 Michael A Kunkle Jonestown 2 Mike Welsh
East Berlin 3 William R Daubert Pine Grove
Youth Junior Call
1 Michael A Kunkle 2 W Kenneth Frame Jr
Senior Calf
1 Kerry E Boyd Ephrata, 2 Tommy & Carol
his expectations. The mature cows
were especially of high quality,
said Moris.
E. and D. Shetterly Keefer of RD
1, Millersburg, Dauphin County,
captured the grand and senior
championships in open class
Ayrshire judging competition at
the 68th Farm Show with
“Sycamore Meade Albs Bnta,” a
7-year-old cow.
Harold R. Kulp of 1096 Spiece
Road, Pottstown, Chester County,
won the reserve grand and reserve
senior championships with
“Eureka L Twin Klebelle,” a 4-
year-old cow.
The junior champion,
“Sycamore Meade Locks Lovely,”
a senior yearling, was exhibited by
Debra Shetterly of RD 1, Miller
sburg, Dauphin County.
William and Wilda Kline of 35
Evans City Road, Mars, Butler
County, showed the reserve junior
champion, “Kline Farm Amy’s
Mar,” a senior calf.
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Deavens sweep Jersey show
exclaimed after Faithful Advancer
Coleen was named Grand
Champion. “Coleen” is a seven
year old daughter of Golden
Faithful. Her Farm Show win was
preceded by many Grand
Championships at local fairs, the
Reserve Grand Championship at
the Pennsylvania All American
Jersey Show in September, and the
Grand Championship at the State
Junior Show.
The Reserve Grand Cham
pionship went to Stylish Blonde
Katy, a six year old, Production
Plus daughter, owned and shown
by Mark, Marilyn’s younger
Ralph Turley, Mansfield, Ohio,
judged the show. “The quality
wasn’t as deep as before, (in the
individual classes) but there is alot
of quality in those first two,”
Turley stated. “We had a good
individual to start with,” he
concluded after selecting the
champion. The Grand Champion
also received the championship
ribbon for the best udder in the
The Junior Championship went
to Diettericks Ist Rosemary, a
senior yearling heifer owned by
Harris Brothers, and Globe Run
Farm, Rl, Petersburg. The heifer
Junior Calf
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in Swiss classes
Judge John Morris is pictured here with Ronald Daubert
and Trotwood Victor Faith, an aged cow, and winner of the
reserve grand champion. Faith, was exhibited by Dean and
Brenda Daubert and contributed to the William Daubert
family winning the Brown Swiss premier breeder award.
classes at Farm Show
Don Shetterly is awarded the premier breeder and premier
exhibitor in the Ayrshire breed by Tammy Cree and Dennis
was shown by Keith Fisher. This is “ ■ Slighter of Advancer Sleeping
the first year the Harris Brothers Milestone. The junior yearimgwas
are showing Jerseys. They shown by Deruse’s brother, Doug,
currently omi four Jerseys and The pair went on town, the Junior
house them with 150 Holsteins. Championship m the Jumor Show
Pleasant Valley Royal Advancer withi the senior yearhng herfer of
was named the Reserve Junior Kath y Reever - R3 > Hanover >
Champion. Owned by Denise
Martin, Chambersburg, this heifer
The grand and reserve grand champions in Jersey com
petition were exhibited by the brother and sister team of
Marilyn and Mark Deaven, shown here with Jersey Judge
Ralph Turley.
tar Famine, Saturday, January 14,19>4—A21
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