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Fanning. Saturday, September 5, 1998
Large Turnout For South Central District Dairy Show
VERNON ACHENBACH JR.
Lancaster Fanning Staff
Co.) Perhaps the largest of the
state's 4-H and FFA district daily
shows, the South Central District
Dairy Show was held August 22 at
the Farm Show Complex in
The state district shows are held
annual as part of the qualifying
shows for the annual state dairy
shows, one for each recognized
dairy breed, set to be held this year
Sept 21. It has become to be tradi
tionally held in conjunction with
the Pennsylvania All-American
Dairy Show (PAADS) at the state
Farm Show Complex in Harris
burg during the week.
Many youth who show in the
state show also enter and compete
Showing the grand champion Holsteins of the South Cen
tral District Dairy Show, are, from the left, Amy Trimmer with
her grand champion and Clayton Wood with his reserve
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in the national and regional breed
organization sanctioned shows
held during PAADS.
Judge for the South Central Dis
trict shows were Gary Derr from
New Windsor, Maryland, and Ste
ven Shaw of Williamsburg, Pa.
Derr judged the Brown Swiss,
Milking Shorthorn and Guernsey,
while Shaw judged Holstcins,
Ayrshires and Jerseys.
In the Holstein show, Amy
Trimmer, of East Berlin, showed
the senior and grand champion, an
aged cow, Gentle-Touch S-Wind
Clayton Wood, son of Steve and
Chris Wood of Perm-Gate Farm in
Littlestown, showed the reserve
grand champion, a 5-year-old,
Penn Gate Inspiration Fine.
Both junior champions were
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From the left, showing the champion Brown Swiss of the South Central District
® h ° w ar * National Brown Swiss Ambassador Elizabeth Smith, Josh Ramsbura
at the halter of Joy Hess’s reserve junior champion; Jacob Hushon with the junior
champion; Lisa Jones with her reserve grand champion; and Shannon Holtzinger at
the halter of Joy Hess’s grand champion, and show judge Gary Derr.
exhibited by Kyle Burdette, son of
James and Nina Burdette of
Windy-View-Knoll Holstcins of
His bred and owned winter calf,
Windy-Knoll-View RKB Pcxy-
ET, was named junior champion,
while his bred and owned winter
RKB Peskie, was reserve junior
In the Ayrshire breed, Susan
Richardson, of Fawn Grove,
showed both grand champions and
the junior champion.
Her senior 2-year-old,
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Wcntworth-Farm Ms. Menilce,
was named senior and grand
champion of the show, while her
junior 2-year-old, Wentworth-
Farm Heidi-Ho, was named
reserve senior and reserve grand
Richardson’s winter calf,
Vallee-High Lauren, was named
Stephanie Pomraning, of Delta,
exhibited the reserve junior
champion, a winter yearling,
Scapeland Jilda’s Berry.
In the Brown Swiss breed, the
73.5 hp 48.8”
senior and grand champion of the
show was an a 4-year-old cow
owned by Joy Hess of Gettysburg,
who also owned the reserve junior
champion, a winter yearling. Vic
tory Acres Fom Enjoy.
The reserve senior and reserve
grand champion of the show was a
senior 2-year-old, Brothers Three
Jeteway Lily, owned by Lisa Jones
The breeder of the reserve grand
champion, Jacob Hushon of Delta,
showed the junior champion
Brown Swiss, a fall calf. Top
Acres Jetway Wisp.
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