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grand champion Guernsey, Junior 2-year-old Hi Field Zeus
Jessie, while Natalie Welch, state dairy princess, and Char
lene Shupp, national Guernsey queen, present awards.
•mas Zartman, of Ephrata, shows the junior champion
Brown Swiss, Indian Run Ashley, also the best bred and
owned anlr ' show.
Brown Swiss, ssnlor 2-year-old Lake Lane Pebbles.
4-ycar-old Yaples Rachaels Ruby,
shown by Gretchen Yaple, of
Houtzdale. Yaple’s animal was
also the best animal bred and own
ed in the Ayrshire show.
Darcie Ellis, of Conneaut Lake,
showed the junior champion Ayr
shire, summer yearling Plum Bot
tom Nampa Celia, while Daryl
Maulfair, of Jonestown, showed
the reserve junior champion, an
intermediate yearling Masonic-
Homes Mandate Candy.
In the Milking Shorthorn show,
the grand champion was 4-year
old Summit Vista Dan Dixie, own
ed by Matthew Goshom, of Blairs
Mills. It was also the best bred and
The reserve grand champion of
the show was a junior 2-year-old,
Three Springs JJ Exp, owned by
James Young, of New Enterprise.
The junior champion was inter
mediate yearling Horizon Royal
Shelly-Exp, also owned by James
Chriselle Fisher, of New Enter
prise, showed the reserve junior
champion, a junior calf, Horizon
Sir W Clair.
Judging the Jersey and Brown
Swiss breeds was Jeff Myers, of
Westminster, Maryland. Irene
Osborne, of Greencastle, judged
In the Jersey breed, the second
largest show of the day, the grand
champion and senior champion
was 4-year-old Top-O-Hill Admi
ral Pansy, owned by Amy Plum
mer, of Chalfont.
The reserve senior and grand
champion was a senior 2-year-old,
jwned by Thomas Greenleaf, of
The junior champion was an
ntermediate yearling, Rankin J.
mperial Mystical, owned by Lisa
Gankin, of Burgettstown.
The reserve junior champion
vas also an intermediate yearling,
banking J. Imperial Shelby, own
id by Corey McConn, of
In the Brown Swiss breed show,
he senior and grand champion was
i-year-old Four Season Delegate
ibbie, owned by Jason Kennedy,
The reserve grand champion
Jrown Swiss was a senior 2-year
)ld, Lake Lane Pebbles, owned by
oshua Hushon, of Della.
Thomas Zartman, of Ephrata,
howed the junior champion
Jrown Swiss, Indian Run Ashley,
a junior yearling that was also
named best bred and owned animal
of the show.
The reserve junior champion
was an intermediate calf owned by
Tammie Deibler, of Boalsburg,
Victory Acres Prest Lace.
JUNIOR CALF: 1. Jennifer Maulfair; 2.
Brandon Hunsinger: 3. Rebecca Elizabeth
INTERMEDIATE CALF: 1. Christopher
Kemerer; 2. Justin Sprout; 3. Kimberly S.
SENIOR CALF: 1. Charles Liner; 2. Jennie
May Campbell; 3 Bnan Vincent Nolan.
SUMMER YEARLING; 1. Oarde Ellis; 2.
Joshua VanOergrift; 3. Nathan Hostetler.
JUNIOR YEARLING: 1. Karen Neville; 2.
Jennifer BraddocK; 3. Stefanle Long.
INTERMEDIATE YEARLING; 1. Daryl
Maulfair; 2. Rebecca Elizabeth Nolan; 3,
Jason R. Stambaugh. *
SENIOR YEARLING: 1. Christopher
Neville; 2. Daniel Rishel; 3. Philip Allen
JR CHAMPION; Darde Ellis
RESERVE JR CHAMPION: Daryl Maulfair
DRY COW: 1. Kelly Lynne Young; 2.
Gretcherr Yaple; 3. Raymond Adams.
JUNIOR 2-YEAR OLD; 1. Stephen White;
2. Kathryn Elizabeth Young; 3. Daryl Maulfair.
SENIOR 2-YEAR OLD: 1. Kevin E. Wales
JUNIOR.; 2. Roselyn Adams: 3. Jason R
JUNIOR 3-YEAR OLD: 1. Karen Neville:
2. Melissa J. Hillyard; 3. Elizabeth Young.
SENIOR 3-YEAR OLD: 1. Jill L. Vail; 2.
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Lancaster Farming, Saturday, October 1.1W4-A2l
Tara Kochef shows her reserve
. shows her Jul r champion Guernsey, while
Charlene Shupp, national Guernsey queen, presents
Jason Kennedy holds the halter of his Brown Swiss
senior and grand champion, 5-year-old Four Season Dele
ilon of the