Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 24, 1993, Image 32

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    'A&ftMcatof FanMhgV Saturday,' July H'l&S
Dairy Cattle Show Season Starts
(Continued from Pag* A2B)
Hostetler, of Washington Boro,
Honey-Brook Charger Olive, bred
by Alvin Zook of Honey Brook.
The Ayrshire junior champion
was a summer yearling shown by
The top showmen of the Lancaster County 4-H Dairy Show are, from the left, Fran
Kennel, Sarah Kennel, and Nathan Kennel.
From the left, Brian Smith holds the halter of his reserve senior champion Guern
sey, while David Henisee stands in for Heather Henisee with the reserve grand champ
ion and R. Jason Henisee holds the halter of the junior and grand champion animal, a
senior calf.
From the left, Jeremy Welk, son of Deb and Leroy Welk, Quarryville, holds the halter
of.hls grand champion Holstein which was also bred and owned, while Matt Welk, of
Peach Bottom holds the halter of the reserve grand champion; Melanie Balmer holds
the halter of the junior champion and Jamie Welk, showing for Sandy Kauffman, holds
the halter ofthe reserve Junior champion.
Nolan, bred by Kennard Henley, of
Cochranville. The reserve junior
champion was a senior calf bred
and owned by Craig Nolan.
Karen Heilinger showed two
bred-and-owned Guernseys, earn-
ing blue ribbons for both 5-year
old KBH Captain Feather Hash,
and intermediate calf KBH Frank
Flash Fantasy.
Hash was also named grand
champion bred and owned animal
of all the colored breeds.u-
Craig Hostetter, of Washington
Boro, earned blueTibbons for both
Milking Shorthorns he showed
a senior calf, Craig’s Prince’s
Rose Bud, and a junior yearling
Craig’s Prince Carita Collen. Col
len was named grand champion
and the senior calf was reserve
grand champion.
.In the Holstein breeder
exhibitor competition, Kathy Jo
Mase was first place, followed by
Michelle Mase and Jay
Among the colored breeds, the
champion breeder-exhibitor was
Brian Nolan, followed by Thomas
Zartman and Karen Heilinger.
In the county group competi
tion, Lebanon County was first,
and Berks was second.
In the FFA school group com
petition, Annville-Cleona was first
place, followed by Northern Leba
non and Elco.
At the Lancaster County 4-H
Dairy Show, held Wednesday,
there were 67 youth participating
with Holstein show judge Dr. Lee
Majeski, of the University of
Maryland, and colored breed judge
Jane Pepple.
In the Ayrshire breed, Elizabeth
Spickler, of Mount Joy, showed all
five entries, with the junior champ :
ion, a junior yearling, Star Dust
Corben Star-Burst, also taking the
title for grand champion and best
bred and owned.
From the left, Elizabeth Smith shows her grand champion
Brown Swiss, while Brian Smith shows his Junior
From the left, Beth Spickter holds the halter of her Milking
Shorthorn champions while getting help from her mother
The reserve grand champion
and reserve junior champion was
an intermediate yearling, AIS Sup
er VGA Kyllian.
Of the Brown Swiss, entries, the
senior and grand champion animal
was a junior 3-year-old shown by
Elizabeth Smith, of Denver. It was
also best animal bred and owned.
Scott Wagner, of Quarryville,
showed the reserve senior and
grand champion, 4-year-old Win
dy Acres Erin Sim Eve.
The junior champion was a
junior calf owned and bred by Ger
ald Boyd, of Ephrata, followed by
the reserve junior animal, a junior
yearling shown by Brain Thomas
Smith, of Denver.
Three Guernseys were exhi
bited, with a senior calf, owned by
Robert Henisee, of Columbia,
being named grand champion and
junior champion. The reserve
grand champion was a senior
2-year-old shown by Heather
Henisee, while the reserve senior
champion was a 4-year-old cow
owned by Brian Smith.
In the Holstein competition, the
classes were full, especially in the
junior-animal division.
Named best bred and owned,
grand and senior champion was a
junior 3-year-old, Welk-Acres
Marvel Marlene, shown by Jeremy
Welk, of Quarryville.
Reserve senior and grand
champion was 5-year-old C Wind-
(Turn to Pago A 33)