Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, August 08, 1998, Image 36

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    A36-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 8, 1998
YORK (York Co.) They
Ayrshire was lovely, the Brown
Swiss strong-framed, the
Guernsey tremendous, the
Milking Shorthorn big-framed,
the Jersey stylish, but the
judges ultimately went with
their Holstein champion in
selecting the supreme champion
of the York 4-H dairy roundup.
York’s annual 4-H dairy
exhibit was held July 28 at the
York Fairgrounds with more
than 125 head representing the
six dairy breeds participating in
the competition before judges
Pat Kahler Beachy and Tom
Pulled out of the final cham
pion runoff for the supreme
honor was the four-year-old
Holstein entry of Daphne Doll,
Glen Rock The winning animal
was her homebred Dar-Dale
Skybuck Melissa, VG-87 and
milking over 20,000 pounds in
her second lactation. Judges
Beachy and Arrowsmith praised
her big, powerful size and
strength when announcing her
as their choice for the show’s
supreme award.
Named the supreme bred and
owned entry was the stylish and
strong-framed four-year-old dry
Brown Swiss of Joshua Hushon,
Delta. Brothers Three Nutty
Buddy adds the honor to a long
list of awards received, includ
ing two All-American nomina
tions, two Junior All-American
honors and four consecutive All-
Pennsylvania titles. The EX-90
cow also earns her way in the
milking string, with a 365-day
record of over 22,000 pounds
milk production.
A special showmanship con
Josh Hushon took supreme champion best bred and
owned honors at the York 4-H dairy roundup with his
Brown Swiss four-year-old dry cow Brothers Three Nutty
Buddy. Displaying the owner-breeder trophy for his broth
er is Joseph Hushon.
Chosen best overall York 4-H dairy show showman was
Angie Beshore, 14-year-old winner of the senior division.
On hand with congratulations were York dairy princess
Jessica Pomraning and Jeff Rutz, sponsor of the $5O cash
Champions Named At York 4-H Dairy Roundup
test pitted this year’s overall
showman winner against the
title holders from the past two
roundups Angie Beshore, New
Cumberland, 14-year-old winner
of the senior division and the
champion showman runoff, was
pitted against the 1997 overall
showman, Josh Hushon, and
Brad Walker, Thomasville, 1996
winner and now a 4-H alumnus.
Walker bested the two younger
competitors to win the
Showman Sweepstakes and sev
eral awards, including a director
In the Ayrshire breed compe
tition, senior and grand champi
on honors went to Wentworth-
Farm Ms Merrilee, exhibited by
Susan Richardson, Fawn Grove.
Champion owner-breeder was
Jeason Stambaugh, East Berlin,
with Triple-J Valu Julie. Junior
champion was Vallee-High
Lauren, the winter calf exhibit
ed by Susan Richardson and
Jacob Smith’s spring calf, Ray-
Knoll Recruiter’s Madison, was
reserve for the Glen Rock
Jacob Hushon, Delta, took
Brown Swiss breed champi
onship with four-year-old
Brothers Three Snowflake,
while his brother, Josh, got the
reserve honors with his supreme
best bred and owned dry cow.
Junior champion was Jacob
Hushon’s fall calf, Top Acres
Jetway wisp, over the winter
calf of Joseph Hushon, Delta,
named the reserve heifer.
Guernsey senior and grand
champion honors went to Terri
Johnson, York, with Rutter Bros.
Perfectos Lysia, a senior three
year-old. Tracy Richardson,
Supreme champion of the York 4-H dairy roundup was the winning four-year-old
Holstein exhibited by Daphne Doll. Helping with the champion awards were, from
left, Jane Thompson, Coredale Farms, the award sponsor, York County dairy
princess Jessica Pomraning, alternate York dairy princess Jessica Yohe, Daphne at
the halter of Dar-Dale Skybuck Melissa, show judges Pat Kahler Beachey and Tom
Fawn Grove, exhibited the with Kelly’s Rutter Bros Sharps Trimmer, East Berlin. Junior
reserve senior and grand, junior- Cutie the reserve champion. champion was Amy Trimmer’s
two-year-old ESJ Logic Tamra. Daphne Doll topped the summer yearling, Coredale
Junior champion honors were Holstein show with her supreme Mandel Franny, over the reserve
shared by sisters Terri and Kelly winning Melissa, over the champion winter yearling, L& J
Johnson, York, with their winter reserve senior and grand cham- Dandy Nina, exhibited by
calves. Terri’s Rutter Bros. pion, Gentle-touch S-Wind Kathleen Doll, Hanover.
Fayettes Lizzy was champion, Rebecca, the aged cow of Amy
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A special Sweepstakes showmanship contest pitted this year’s winner aqainst
two former overall showing champs. Snagging the Sweepstakes Showmanship title
was 4-H alumnus Brad Walker, being congratulated by, from left, York dairy
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sponsor Jeff Heindel for Hemdel Farms.
With the colored breed champions of the York 4-H dairy show are, from left, York
dairy princess Jessica Pomraning, Susan Richardson, Ayrshire, Terri* Johnson,
Guernsey, Joseph Hushon with Jacob Hushon’s Brown Swiss, Heather Crow),
Milking Shorthorn, and Suzann Pomraning, Jersey.
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