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A2O-Unc««ttr Farming, Siturdty, October 14, INS
Lancaster Fanning Staff
MANHEIM (Lancaster Co.)
Strong feet and width of muscling
garnered a champion market goat
for Jodi Gebhard, 16, Manheim on
Wednesday at the Manheim Dairy
Jodi, daughter of Sonia and
Mike Gebhard, showed her
9-month-old Nubian named
“Jeremy” to grand champion.
Jodi, Manheim Central High
School junior, obtained the goat
from her grandfather, Jacob
Jodi’s markc} goat, from the
heavyweight class, weighed 101
Reserve champion was shown
by Jacey Fisher, 16, Manheim.
Jacey, also a junior at Manheim
Central, also obtained the goat
from Jacob Fisher’s farm. Jacey’s
reserve heavyweight goat weighed
In the dairy goat show Wednes
day night, judge Rick Stoneback,
LaMancha breeder from Oxford,
picked Nicole Eisenhower’s goat
as grand champion. Reserve was
shown by Amanda Grube.
In addition, the Manheim Farm
Show 4-H Pygmy Goat Show was
held on Wednesday. Dennis Stauf
fer, judge from Myerstown and a
pygmy goat breeder, selected the
senior doe shown by Michael
Stoner to grand champion.
Stauffer said he liked the doe for
its “overall body capacity, straight
top line—a real beautiful animal.”
Michael showed Creekside Farms
The reserve pygmy goat was
shown by Jason Landis. Krishon
Kids Picabo, the intermediate doe.
Stauffer said he chose the doe as
reserve champion “because it has a
really nice head.”
In the dairy goat show, there
were a total of 71 goats and 23
exhibitors. Following is a list of
Michael Stoner, right, won grand champion pygmy goat
doe at the Manheim Farm Show on Wednesday. From left,
Jason Landis, reserve; Erin Huber, Manheim Farm Show
queen; and Stoner.
From the left, Mike Miller holds the halter of Lowell Bru
baker’s open division reserve Junior champion Holstein of
the Manheim Farm Show, while Marsha Balmer holds the
halter of her Junior champion.
‘ Jeremy ’ To Manheim Market Goat Champion
Juniors (9-11): 1. Slsphanis Landis. 2.
Malinda Stoner. 3. Jason Landis. Seniors
(12-15); 1. Kim Landis. 2. Michael Stoner. 3.
PYGMY GOAT SHOW
Dos Kids (8 mos. and under); 1. Stephanie
Landis. 2. Malinda Stoner. Does 9-18 mos.,
never freshened; 1. Jason Landis. 2. Stepha
nie Landis. 3. Mark Graybill.
1-4 Yrs., Freshened: 1. Michael Stoner. 2.
Sara Graybnl. 3. Jason Landis.
GRAND CHAMPION DOE
DAIRY GOAT SHOW
Ughtwe ig.it: 1. Mandy Grube. 2. Kim Eber
sole. 3. Nathan Mtoick. Medium Weight; 1.
r-eiton Sensenig. 2. Sarah Landis. 3. Chad
Fisher. Light Heavyweight: 1. Jodi Gebhard.
2. Jacey Fisher. 3. Jacey Fisher.
Juniors; 12 Years and Under 1. Kim Eber
sole. 2. Mandy Grube. 3. Devon Geyer.
Seniors (13 Years and Ovor): 1. Nicole Eisen
hower. 2. Kim Landis. 3. Sarah Butcher.
Breeders Choice: 1. Denise Cost. 2. Nicole
Elsenhower. 3. Mandy Grub*. Milking Haiti:
1. Nicola Eisenhower. 2. Mandy Gruba. 3.
Dalton Sansanlg. Bast Uddar: 1. Mandy
Gruba. 2. Nicola Eisanhowar. Danisa Goss.
Undar S Months: 1. Eric Gayar. 2. Kim Landis.
3. Mandy Gruba. Kid 5 Months and Undar 1
Year Class 1:1. Donita Sensenig. 2. Devon
Gayer. 3. Sarah Butcher. Class 2:1. Denise
Goss. 2. Dan Millar. 3. Denise Goss. Does 1
Year and Under 2 Not In Milk: 1. Nicola Elsen
hower. 2. Denise Goss.
Clast 4 Doe Under 2ln Milk: 1. Denise Goss.
2. Kim Landis. 3. Nicole Eisenhower. Class S
Doe Under 3 In Milk; 1. Amanda Grube. 2.
Sarah Butcher. 3. Derrick Sensenig. Class 6
Doe in Milk Over 3; 1. Nicole Elsenhower. 2.
Amanda Grube. 3. n,.mh Butcher.
CHAMPION OF SHOW
Market goat champlona at Manheim. . Show. From , Jacey Flatter, ieserve
chai 'Mon and Jodi Gebhard, champion. At right la Erin Huber, Manheim F arm Show
Grand champion of the Manheim Dairy Goat Show was Nicole Elsenhower, left.
Mandy Grube, on right, was reserve champion. In center is show Judge Rick
VERNON ACHENBACH JR.
Lancaster Farming Staff
Co.) A 3-year-old Holstein
owned by Joe Wivell of Columbia
on Thursday was named grand and
senior champion of the Manheim
Farm Show Holstein Show.
jmman, Judge for the Manheim Farm Show, atande with
Juatin Howea who holda the halter of hie reserve senior and reserve grand champion
Holstein, Craig Walton who holds the halter of Joe Wivell’s senior and grand champ
ion, and Farm Show Queen Erin Huber.
Donagel Creek Farm and has been
a regular exhibitor at some area
shows, having shown champions
at Elizabethtown as well.
The Manheim Farm Show dairy
shows featured three dairy cattle
breeds, though Holsteins far out
numbered the three Jersey cattle
and one Guernsey.
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Judge of the show was Creedin
Comman, of Carlisle. Despite the
fact that it was the only entry in its
breed, Comman said that Jason
Henisee’s senior calf was one of
the best Guernseys he’s ever seen.
Of course it was named junior
champion and grand champion.