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junior champion distinction went
to Amberleigh Yurkanin with Elm
Brook JPR Jasmine, a daughter of
Johann Pete Rose.
John Burkett, of East Freedom,
PA judged the Holstein Classes,
while Ginger Myers, of Littles
town judged the protein breeds.
Judging showmanship and fitting
were David Reese, of Pine City,
N.Y., and James Burnett, also of
Pine City, N.Y.
From the left, Scott Walrath receives the annual Orville
Yoder Memorial Award from Troy Fair representative Lon
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WELL BALANCED, RUGGEDLY BUILT FOR MANY
YEARS OF TROUBLE FREE SERVICE
Silage, Bulk Feeds,
Small Grains, Manure or Bales.
ZIMMERMAN WAGON GEAR
Rugged, Heavy Duty
Models 6, 8,10 • And 12,14.5 Tandem
Spring Calf: 1. Maplo Rat Tiger Cat
Ravon, ownad by Danialla Sparling of Troy;
2. Lyn Lana Ella Maa, ownad by Jaflray Wil
bur of Laßayivillo; 3. Pack Hard Jad Battaa,
ownad by David Packard of Troy.
Wlntar Calf: 1. Calkins Farm Poako
Ramona, ownad by Ryan Calkins, of Troy: 2.
Pack Hard Broker Bacca, ownad by Amy
Packard of Troy; 3. Braund Valley Bench
Carma, owned by Aaron Sheeley, of Troy.
Fall Call; 1. Pack Herd Encore Bazuka,
owned by David Packard, of Troy: 2. Elm
Brook Hoi South Sport, owned by John Yurk
anin Jr., of Columbia Cross Roads; 3. Lyn
Lane Encore L'Key, owned by Julie Chaffee,
njy this is
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A FULL LINE OF FANS
including efficient Belt-Drive
Exhaust Fans and Portable
880 SERIES PORTABLE
ZIMMERMAN HEAVY DUTY
HAY TEDDER - 790 SERIES
T & 9* Raking Width PTO Drive
Available In 5000 Thru 10,000 GVW. Other
Models 3000 to 24,000 GVW Also Available.
Summer Yearling; 1. Maple Rat Error*
Lilac, owned by Danlalla Sparling, of Troy; 2.
KLN Jonatlaa Ambition Llnjo, owned by
Karen Neville, of Little Meadowe; 3. Gem,
owned by Erin Cole, of Columbia Cron
Spring Yearling: 1. Pack Herd Skybuck
Batu, owned by David Packard; 2. Du Mar
Chairman Val Johanna, owned by Heidi
Alderfer, of Athens; 3. Du Mar Chairman Val
Listrella, owned by James Alderfer, of
Winter Yearling: 1. Catkins Farm Nick
Neva, owned by Ryan Calkins; 2. Lotahill
Wister Rozle, owned by Ryan King, of Troy;
3. Mapoval Harry J. Francine, owned by Paul
Keeney, of Wyaluslng.
Fall Yearling: 1. Spungold Thor Booboo,
owned by Danielle Sparling; 2. DuMar
Supreme Jewel, owned by James Alderfer;
3 Braund Valley Jonah Keesy, owned by Jill
Sheeley, of Troy.
Dry Cow Two Years and Over; 1. Pack
Herd Bouton Biondi, owned by Amy Packard
of Troy; 2. Braund Valley Elly ET, owned by
Aaron Sheeley, of Troy.
Dry Cow Five Years and Over; 1 How
Ella Mark A Tracy, owned by Jeffrey Wilbur,
of Leßaysville; 2. Pack Herd Chairman Bon
go, owned by David Packard; 3. Ladys Man
or Charmatars Chance, owned by Lillian
Lunde, of Leßaysville.
Junior Two-VaarOld: 1 Braund Valley
Potential Kel, owned by Aaron Sheeley; 2.
Lyn Lena Vanguard Candy, owned by Jeffrey
Wilbur; 3. Snowcrest Abacus Juliet, owned
by Melissa Walrath, of Milan.
Senior Two-Yesr-Old: 1. Braund Valley
Dale Kayla, owned by Jill Sheeley; 2. Brae
dawn Jethro Destiny, owned by Lillian
Lunde; 3. Calkins Farm Inspiration R, owned
by Ryan Calkins.
Junior Threa-Yaar-Old: 1. Du Mar Lead
man Daffodil, owned by James Alderfer, 2.
Pack Herd Bermuda Calypso, owned by
David Packard; 3. Braund Valley Jessica,
owned by Aaron Sheeley.
Senior Thrsa-Vear-Old: 1. Snowcrest
Blackstar Liza, owned by Melissa Walrath; 2
Pack Herd Starbuck Bach, owned by Amy
Four-Yaar-Old; 1. Braund Valley Cheryl,
owned by Greta Braund, of Troy; 2. Braund
Valley Princess, owned by Jill Sheeley, of
Troy; 3. Son Cada Vanguard Robin, owned
by Amy Wanck, of Towanda.
Flve-Ysar-Old: 1. Pack Herd Mars Tony
Beller, owned by David Packard, 2. Miss
Julie of Thomas Crest, owned by Robin Tho
mas, of Troy; 3. Calkins Farms Jethro Con
do, owned by Ryan Calkins.
Six Year* and Over: 1 . Pack Herd Stew
art Bme, owned by Amy Packard; 2. Braund
Valley Frosty Cathy, owned by Jill Sheeley;
3. Chenango Telsha Red, owned by Scott
WUrath, of Milan.
Increase hay crop
Matthew Watson holds the halter of his grand champion
Jersey of the Troy Fair youth dairy show.
numhtar n.rn- i .lamia Aldarfsr 2 b V Corissa Coolbaugh, of Canton; 3. Cozy
AmyP&;3Jiil ShS ’ * Da " ,el
2 PBCkard: n *win°lrCalf: 1. Utfe Pond Carmel Sugar
2 ' of Dam- J l DwriPackard Plum ET ’ own#d ** Mar,in Wa,son ' of Troy:
Produce et Dam. 1. Dawio Packard. 2 L|tl)# Pond sky Llne Daisy <*,„<* by
Spring Call: 1. WindyVres Lester Kylie. 0 '
owned try Christine Eick, of Columbia Cross Luke T era. owned t>y Eileen Murpny, or
Roads; 2. Consta's Elizabeth Ester, owned u stB '
AND BETTER FEI
OF THE KnIGH
3000 Series Reel Auggies
FEATURE THE FOLLOWING ADVANTAGES.*
• Blends by gently lifting, fluffing, and tumbling the entire load,
reducing mix time, power requirement, machine wear, and dead spots
• Aggressive upper and lower auger with hardened, replaceable
knives, for thorough end-to-end movement
• Shear angle for both the upper and lower auger
• Simple slide tray or three auger discharge available
• Oil bath drive with exlernaf grease banks
• Constant Velocity PTO with integral slip clutch
• Hay-Max Kit option for better break-up of most hay and bulk materials
• Tow, truck mounted, and stationary units from 147 to 488 cubic feet
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Introducing 2500 gallon and 3080 gallon
Models at Ag Progress Show
- for over 75 years
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