Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, September 15, 1984, Image 32

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    A32—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, September 15,1984
Swiss repeats as supreme champion in Lawrence County dairy show
NEW CASTLE - “Lake Lane
Fancy C,” an aged Brown Swiss
owned by Jeffrey Kennedy,
repeated last year’s performance
by taking the supreme champion
honors in the open dairy show at
the Lawrence County Fair this
More than 300 head of dairy
cattle competed in the show.
Fancy is well- known in show
circles. Last year she was selected
the Reserve All-American five
year-old in the Brown Swiss
Bulletin’s nationwide contest.
The Kennedys, of Four Seasons
Farm, showed the reserve
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Four Seasons Farm captured the trophy for supreme
champion of all breeds during the Lawrence County open
dairy show. Jeff Kennedy holds the reserve champion, while
Kennedy's fiancee Janice Schulthies is at the halter of Lake
Lane Fancy C, supreme champion of the show and winner of
the trophy two years in a row.
Taking their prize-winning Holsteins to the Lawrence
County fair earned the Albert Hogg family both the premier
breeder and premier exhibitor banners. Pictured here are
Leroy and Dee Hogg with two of their winning cows.
Karen, along with the junior and
reserve junior champions. Many
blue ribbons were awarded to the
family during the Swiss com
Show judge Ralph Turley made
his selections in keen competition
in the Holstein Show. Three-year
old “Peaceful-Terrain Marvex
Olivia,” owned by Amoore Farm,
received the senior and grand
champion honors.
The reserve senior spots went to
Altwi Star Happy Stacey, a five
year-old showed by the Albert
Hogg family. Trotacre Farms and
Gary Harman respectively took
the junior and reserve junior
Premier Exhibitor banners went to
Albert Hogg and family, who
exhibited nine head. They were
honored as showing the best owned
and bred, which was their reserve
champion of the Holstein Show.
Robert and Dave Minor won the
Ron Mitcheltree Memorial
7. -l phy, sponsored by the Tim
Sturgeon family, for the best ud
dered Holstein of the show.
In the Jersey show, Grand
Champion honors went to “C.V.
Sleeping Juliette Earl Marie,” a
five-year-old owned by Richard
Lucas. A senior two-year-old “GR
Ringbow Lancer X Carisol,” and
entry of Clark’s Dairy Farm,
captured the reserve champion
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Breed champions of the Lawrence County open dairy show were, from left: Don
Cannon, Guernsey; judge Ralph Turley; Scott Mitcheltree, who donated the supreme
champion trophy in memory of his father: Jeff Kennedy, Brown Swiss; Shirley Moore,
Holstein: Harold Rader, Jr., Ayrshire; Alan Withers. Milking Shorthorn; and Richard
Lukas, Jersey.
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spot. Another Clark entry took the
junior champion title and Diana
Moore of Ladybug Jersey Farm
showed the reserve junior
Five-year-old “Halcyon Choice
Patsy” from the East Hill Guern
sey Farm got the nod for grand
champion of the Guernsey Show.
The reserve spot went to “Trotacre
Amy Sue,” a four-year-old.
Trotacre Farms earned many blue
ribbons throughout the show and
East Hill added another rosette to
their awards by showing the junior
champion. Cindy Fisher captured
the reserve junior champion
Homestead Acres won both the
grand champion and reserve
champion Ayrshire honors* with
“Ash Avenue Supreme,” an aged
cow, and “Homestead Acres G.B.
Gretta,” a five-year-old. The
Rader family of Homestead Acres
won a string of blue ribbons in the
group and individual classes.
Taking junior champion was
James Bauder and the reserve
junior title went to Janice
Honey Creek Farms, owned by
the Withers family of Petersburg,
Ohio, claimed all of the champion
awards in the Milking Shorthorn
show. Four-year-old “Honey Creek
Duchess Dari” walked off as grand
champion and farm-mate “Honey
Creek Promise Milly” followed as
reserve champion.
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