Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, October 01, 1994, Image 20

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    A2O-Umcaster Farming, Saturday, October 1, 1994
Lancaster Farming Staff
Co.) The state’s 4-H dairy
cattle exhibitors showed 647 ani
mals Monday in the Large Arena
of the state Farm Show Complex in
Harrisburg during the culminating
show of the year in 4-H dairy cattle
The number of animals actually
shown was about 200 fewer than
entered. The majority of those opt
ing out of bringing their qualifying
animals to Harrisburg were from
the northwest region of the state,
where problems with vaccinations
ws _ reserve g rand and senior champ
ion of the Holstein show, 5-year-old Spring-Lane Mark
Stephen White holds the halter of his senior and grand '
champion Ayrshire, Junior 2-year-old Hartman-AYR Moon
River Jeana.
for bovine virus diahhrea have
affected several farms, although
the problem was not isolated to
that region.
The fact that the number of the
state’s top 4-H animals shown
Monday was down from previous
years was not indicated by the
strength of the shows, or the
Large classes dominated most
every breed show in the final state
show for the 4-H youth.
In the Holstein breed show,
judged by Brian Garrison, of Tif
fin, Ohio, James Justin Burdette.
State 4-H Dairy Exhibitors Hoi
James Justin Burdette holds the halter of his 2-year-old Wlndy-Knoll View CC Pear-
ET, the senior and grand champion of the state 4-H Holstein show, while show judge
Brian Garrison stands near.
of Mercersburg, showed the senior
and grand champion, a junior
2-year-old, Windy-Knoll View
CC Pear-ET.
Burdette’s champion is the
daughter of well-known Windy-
Knoll View Ultimate Pala, a grand
champion cow at past state shows.
The 2-year-old’s sire was Carna
tion Counselor-ET.
The reserve grand and reserve
senior champion of the Holstein
show was a 5-year-old cow,
Spring-Lane Mark Alexi, owned
by John D. Kelly, of Tyrone. Kel
ly’s reserve champion was a home
bred cow out of Walkway Chief
The junior champion of the
show was a bred and owned senior
:alf, Pack Herd Encore Bazuka,
shown by David Packard, of Troy.
She is a Marcrest Encore daughter.
The reserve • junior champion
was a summer yearling, Ore Farm
Vintage Jasmine, shown by Tara
Kocher, of Mifflintown.
Showmanship judge for the
Holstein show was Thomas Bar
ley, of Elizabethtown.
Fowler Branstetter, of Edmon
ton, Kentucky, was the judge for
the Milking Shorthorn, Guernsey
and Ayrshire shows. Joy Crothers,
of Oxford, was showmanship
judge for the three breed shows.
In the Guernsey show, the
senior and grand champion was
junior 3-year-old Sniders Fayette
Brett, shown by Aaron Gable, of
New Enterprise. The homebred
cow was out of sire Dutch Mill
The reserve senior and grand
champion Guernsey was also the
best bred and owned animal of the
show. Paula Guyer, of Derry,
received the rosette with her junior
2-year-old, Hi Field Zeus Jessie, a
daughter of home-bred sire. Hi
Field Baker Zeus.
The junior champion of the
Guernsey show was a senior year
ling, Sniders Fayettes Dazzle,
shown by Amber Clark of New
Enterprise, while the reserve
junior champion was an intermedi
ate yearling, Hi Field Jasper
Dawn-Twin, owned by Amy Guy
er, also of Derry.
In the Ayrshire show, the senior
and reserve grand champion was
junior 2-year-old Hartman-AYR
Moon River Jeana, shown by Ste
phen White, of Albion.
The reserve grand and reserve
senior champion Ayrshire was
, _ ,n
and senior champion Jersey, 4-year-old Top-O-HIII Admiral
Pansy. Also shown is Emily Dietrich and Janelle Koontz,
state alternate Jersr leens.
David Packard ahowa his Junior champion of tha state
4-H Holstein show, senior calf Pack Herd Encore Bazuka.