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Nobledale Farm, Locust Lane Farm Big Winners
CAROLYN N. MOYER
Bradford Co. Correspondent
TROY (Bradford County)
Over 130 Ayrshires, Guernseys
and Jerseys filled the ring at the
Troy Fair on Thursday, July 28,
while Chuck Luchsinger, of Syra
cuse, N, Y. had the task of choosing
In the Jersey breed, Nobledale
Farms, of Gillett, was the big win
ner, taking both the Premier breed
er and premier exhibitor banners.
Nobledale also showed the reserve
grand champion cow, Nobledale
Juno Vermont, a junior 2-year-old
sired by Valley Stream Juno
Named grand champion Jersey
was Windy Acres Duncan Dina, a
5-year-old owned by William
Eick, of Columbia Cross Roads.
The champion was sired by High
land Magic Duncan. Junior
champion honors in the Jersey
breed were bestowed upon Martin
Watson, of Troy, with Little Pond
Carmel Sugar Plum ET, a winter
calf sired by Au Duncan Brass
Resewrve junior champion dis
tinction went to Matthew Watson
with Little Pond Skyline Daisy, a
winter calf sired by Rocky Hill
Locust Lane Farm, of Little
Meadows, captured both the pre
mier breeder banner and the pre-
From the left, John Brackman shows his reserve Junior
champion Guernsey of the Troy Fair, and Lucas Trowbridge
shows his junior champion.
From the left, with the Troy Fair Ayrshire Show champions are, from the left, Kirsten
Jersev while Shlrlev Noble presents a trophy In memory of Macßrlde, alternate dairy princess, Meillssa Hillyard with the reserve grand champ
ion, Noble to Martin Watson, with the Junior champion lon, Janl Burke, dairy princess, Samantha Hillyard with the grand champion Ayrshire,
j ersey Scott Bloss and Karen Neville, Ayrshire princess.
mier exhibitor banner in the Ayr
shire breed, while grand champion
distinction went to Ben and Kathy
Hillyard with Bleu Devils Spotty
Oak, a 4-year-old sired by Oak
Ridge Star Man.
Reserve grand champion dis
tinction was also captured by tjie
Hillyard Family, of Ulster, with
Toll GAte Ayr Super Die, the sec
ond place 4-year-old, sired by
Miral Super Star ISM.
Plum Bottom Soldier Katie, a
summer yearling owned by Ronnie
Croft captured the junior champ
ion Ayrshire title. This champion
is the daughter of Maple Dell Sol
Reserve junior champion hon
ors went to Locust Lane Amos
Blizzard, a spring yearling owned
by Karen Neville and sired by
Hickory Grove Alices Amos B.
In a small Guernsey show, Ler
oydale Franks Cutie, a dry cow
owned by the Brackman Brothers,
won grand champion distinction.
The champion was sired by Spring
Walk BT Frank.
Taking reserve grand champion
honors was senior 2-year-old Ler
oydales Jaspers Roxy, also owned
by the Brackman Brothers of Can
ton. The reserve champion was
sired by Willows Admiral Jasper.
Junior champion guernsey hon
ors went to a junior yearling owned
by Mark Carter, of Troy. The ani
mat, Sheldegren STorman Nor
man was sired by Jimco Pansys
Vender ET. Reserve junior champ
ion distinction went to Leroydales
Idaho Brittany, owned by Jon
Brackman, of Canton. The reserve
champion was sired by Pine Ridge
From the left, Kim Davis, dairy maid, and Kirsten Macßride stand with Toby Cole,
who holds the halter of his reserve champion Troy Pair Guernsey, while Robin Wilson,
dairy maid, and Jani Burke, dairy princess, stand with John Brackman who shows his
grand champion Guernsey. Also shown Is Karen Neville, Ayrshire princess.
Nobledale Farm was named premier exhibitor and breeder of the Troy Fair Jersey
show. Shown are, from the left, Karen Neville, Ayrshire princess, Kirsten Macßride,
alternate dairy princess, and Stephanie, Stephen, and Shirley Noble, Michele Borek,
Stuart Noble, Robin Wilson, dairy maid, Elaine Noble holding Marla Noble, Judy Noble
and Jani Burke, county dairy princess.
A list of the top three winners in
each class follows:
Spring Calf: 1. Corissat Elizabeth Either,
owned by Corrissa Coolbaugh, of Canton; 2.
Topeco Lester Betsie, owned by Bradley
Cole, of Columbia Cross Roads; 3. Cozy Vat
ley Victor Vicki, owned by Daniel llarkness, of
Winter Calf; 1. Little Pond Carmel Sugar
Plum, owned by Martin Watton, of Troy; 2.
Little Pond Skyline Daisy, owned by Matthew
Watson, of Tray; 3. Sunset Ridge Luke Tera,
owned by Eileen Murphy, of Ulster.
Fall Calf: 1. Nobledala Lester Frostie,
owned by Nobledale Farm, Glllett; 2. Rolling
Acres Sooner Krazy, owned by Becky Elck, of
Columbia Cross Roads; 3. Elm Brook Lester
Cupid, owned by Blair and Cammy Yurkanln,
of Columbia Cross Roads.
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