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E34-Lancaster Farming,. Saturday, August 13 1994
(Continued from Pag* E 32)
Blizzard, owned by KAren Neville; 2. Locust
Lane Demand Karmin, owned by Doug and
Dona Stewart; 3. BEKA Hill Triumph'* Tate,
owned by Ban and Kathy Hlllyard.
Winter Yearling: 1. Locust Lane Amos
Sharmin, owned by Jason Jennings, of
Roma; 2. BEKA Darky’s Danielle, owned by
Ben and Kathy Hlllyard.
Fall Ybarllng: t. Locust Lane Amos Satin,
owned by Christopher Neville, Little
Dry Cow Four Years and Under: 1.
Locust Lana Dellas Dream, owned by Doug
and Donna Stewart: 2. DeKoppel Bertha,
owned by Doug and Donna Stewart.
Dry Cow Five Yeats and Over: 1. Syca
more Meade Champs Renie, owned by Doug
and Donna Stewart; 2. HK Farms Melissa’s
Muffin, owned by Melissa Hlllyard.
Junior Two-Year-Old; 1. Sycamore
Meade Kooky's Kami, owned by Doug and
Senior Two-Year-Old: 1. (first best udder)
Locust Lane Bridget Bubbles, owned by
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Junior Thrse-Year-Old: 1. (first best
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Locust Lane Gumdrop Gypsy, owned by
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Four-Year-Old; 1. (first bast udder) Blue
Devils Spotty Oak, owned by Ben and Kathy
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3. Locust Lane Spots Sara, owned by Karen
Flve-Year-)ld: 1. (first best udder) BEKA
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Produce of Dam: 1. Locust Lane; 2,
Daughter Dam: 1. Neville Family; 2.
Best Three Females; 1,2. Locust Lane.
Dairy Herd: 1. Melissa Hlllyard; 2. Locust
Spring Calf: 1. Shale Hill Forking Tinker
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