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AlB-Uncaster Farming, Saturday, July 30, 1994
was grand champion of the Lancaster County Holstein
9 -‘flpiv 4-H Holstein Show
and the junior division of the Lancaster Holstein Open
Show this week.
Cameo Repeat Champion At
Co.) For the Alan McCauley
family and their New Direction
Holsteins, the Uncaster County
Holstein Show was a success. They
had the grand champion, reserve
grand champion, and numerous
first-place wins to help them cap
ture both premier breeder and pre
mier exhibitor banners.
For the grand champion. Judge
David Castrogiovanni from Mon
trose in Susquehanna County,
picked the tall, dark, beautiful New
Direction Jet Cameo to repeat last
year’s win. Cameo showed as a
five year-old, and ringside
observers called her “every bit as
good as last year.”
Reserve champion was New
Direction Star Bobo-ET top of the
senior three year-old class.
Warns Mark Carolyn was the
grand champion of the junior divi
sion for Joseph Best. Carolyn was
also the grand champion of the
Uncaster4-H Holstein Show a day
earlier. Reserve champion of the
junior division was Myetose Cave
man Katherine-Red for Jason
Hilltop-Heritage Sassy was the
junior champion of the show for
Heather Brubaker. Sassy topped
the winter calf class. Reserve
junior champion was shown by
Star Rock Farms. Wyeview Raider
Courtney topped the fall calf class.
Judge Castrogiovanni called his
class of winners representative of
the true type Holstein. The quality
was good, but the numbers were
down, officials said, because of the
BVD scare and hot weather.
The top placings are as follows:
Spring Calf, 1. New Directions;
2. Brent Housekeeper, 3. Kristo
Celebrating premier breeder and premier exhibitor honors are from left, Mylin
Good, Sandy, Alan, Kristen, and Tom McCauley, and Melanie Balmer.
Lancaster Holds 4-H Dairy Show
VERNON ACHENBACH, JR.
Lancaster Farming Staff
Co.) Although the number of
entries was down at the Lancaster
County 4-H dairy show held Wed
nesday at the Solanco Fairgrounds
in Quarryville, the quality of ani
mals shown was strong, according
to judge Curtis Day, of
The low number of animals, due
- o ipk
junior division of the Lancaster County Holstein Show.
Winter Calf, 1. Heather Brubak
er; 2. Crystal Brubaker; 3. Marsha
Fall Calf, 1. Star Rock; 2. Justin
Howes; 3. Joseph Best
Summer Yearling, 1. Joshua
Spring Yearling, 1. Robert Wen
ger; 2. Stonehurst; 3. Calvin
Winter Yearling, 1. Sheri Bol
linger; 2. Calvin Keene; 3. Sarah
Fall Yearling, 1. Karen Welk; 2.
Sarah Bard; 3. New Direction.
Junior 2-Year, 1. Star Rock; 2.
Justin Wivell; 3. Jesslyn
Senior 2-Year, 1. New Direc
tion; 2. Denise Best; 3. Cindy
to precautions of bovine vims diar
rhea, caused the colored breeds
shows to be handled as one show,
instead of the usual individual
The senior and grand champion
Holstein was shown by Joe Best,
of Holtwood, who showed his
4-year-old Warns Mark Carolyn
for the first place win.
The reserve grand champion
was a senior 3-year-old, Myetose
Junior 3-Year, 1. New Direc
tion; 2. New Direction.
Senior 3-Year, 1. New Direc
tion; 2. Jason Wivell; 3. Sheri
Four Year, 1. Joseph Best; 2. Joe
Wivell; 3. Jeremy Welk.
Five Year, 1. New Direction.
Aged Cow, 1. Star Rock; 2.
Dry Cow, 1. Stonehurst; 2. Star
Dam/Daughter, 1. Bestdale; 2.
New Direction; 3. Calvin Keene.
Best Three Females, 1. New
Direction: 2. Donagel Creek.
Produce, 1. New Direction; 2.
Cavemena Katherine Red, shown
by Jason Wivell, of Elizabethtown.
Marsha Balmer, of Manheim,
showed her intermedidate calf,
Leh-Mer-Pine Prokcr Pom Pom to
win the junior champion title,
while Heather Brubaker, of Man
heim, showed her intermediate
calf for a reserve junior champion
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