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Eg-Lancaster Farming, Saturdjpy. August 13 1994
Braund Valley Captures
CAROLYN N. MOYER
Bradford Co. Correspondent
TROY (Bradford Co.)
Braund Valley Farms captured the
premier breeder and premier exhi
bitor banners in what Bradford
County Extension Agent Tom
Maloney described as a “very
In fact, according to Maloney,
only two points vaulted Braund
Valley to the top over Mt. Glen
Senior, grand and supreme
champion honors in the Holstein
show were bestowed upon Miss
Karma Logic, owned by Gen Rich
Farms and Dave Page, of Colum
bia Cross Roads. Tbe champion
was a 5-year-old sired by Hanover
Hill Logic ET.
Reserve senior and grand
champion distinction was awarded
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teln Show. Shown, from the left, are Janl Burke, county dairy princess, Jeremy
Braund, Greata Braund, Elwood Braund, Leature Braund, Aaron Sheeley, Jill Sheeley,
Paul Sheeley, Trudy Sheeley, and Ayrshire Princess Karen Neville. Missing from the
photo are Gary and Joe Braund, and Craig Sheeley.
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to Royal Haven Inspire Quill, a
junior 2-ycar-old sired by Hanover
Hill Inspiration and owned by
Lynn and Bonnie Miller, of
Junior champion honors went to
Royal Haven Broker Queen ET, a
winter calf owned by Lynn and
Bonnie Miller and sired by Conant
Acres JY Broker.
The reserve junior champion of
the Holstein show was Maple Flat
Encore Lilac, a summer yearling
owned by Danielle Sparling and
sired by Marcrest Encore.
In the Brown Swiss show,
Melissa Hillyard’s dry cow, Foust
Hill Emory Maria rose to the top as
she was named the senior and
grand champion. Elm Brook RVC
Galena, another dry cow, owned
by John Yurkanin, and sired by
Elm Brook Patrick Adda, was the
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jlstelns of the Troy Fair are, from the left, Dairy Maid Desl
Pepper, Aryshlre Princess Karen Neville, Lynn Mill at the halter of his reserve grand
champion, Jerry Workman at the halter of his grand champion and supreme champion
open class dairy animal of the Troy Fair, Dairy Princess Janl Burke, and Danielle Pep
the alternate dairy princess.
reserve senior and reserve grand
Melissa Hillyard also showed
the junior champion Brown Swiss,
Sample Hill Bond, a spring year
ling sired by Lone Oak Improved
Image. The reserve junior champ
ion Brown Swiss was Elm Brook
JPR Jasmine, a spring calf, owned
by Amberleigh Yurkanin, and
sired by Johann Pete Rose ET &
The winners were named at the
Troy Fair on Saturday, July 30, fol
lowing the Brown Swiss and Hols
tein Show which boasted over 160
animals. Dale Olver served as the
official judge for the show.
A list of the top three winners in
each class follows:
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owned by Danielle Sparling, of Troy; 2. Royal
Haven Sky Suzette, owned by Lynn and Bon
nie Miller, of Towanda; 3. Lyn Lene Elle Mae,
owned by Jeffrey Wilbur, of Laßaytville.
Winter Calf: 1. Royal Haven Broker
Queen ET, owned by Lynn and Bonnie Miller:
2. Pack Herd Broker Baoca, owned by Amy
Packard, of Towanda: 3. Norkval Encore Pat,
owned by Norkval Farma, New Albany.
Fall Calf: 1. Pack Herd Encore Bazuka,
owned by David Packard, of Troy; 2. Royal
Haven Broker Joaie,owned by Lynn and Bon
nie Miller; 3. Mist Gen Rich Lily, owned by
Gen Rich Farms and George Page, of Colum
bia Cross Roads.
Summer Yearling: 1. Maple Flat Encore
Lilac, owned by Danielle Sparling; 2. Gen
Rich Angelina, owned by Gen Rich Farms; 3.
Gen Rich Holly S, owned by Gen Rich Farms.
Spring Yearling: 1. Du Mar Chairman Val
Johanna, owned by Heidi Alderfer, ol Athens:
2. Du Mar Chairman Val Estrella, owned by
James Alderfer, of Athens; 3. Norkval Blacks
tar Layla, owned by Norkval Farms.
Winter Yearling; 1. Elly B Ch Val Spice,
owned by Promise Haven Farms, of Ulster; 2.
Norkval Harry Bingo, owned by Norkval
Farms; 3. Gilpin Acres Altair Luella, owned by
Gilpin Farms, of Towanda.
Fall Yearling: 1. Du Mar Supreme Jewel,
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