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A24-Lsncsster Farming, Saturday, October 3, 1998
Pfautz Enjoys Champion Swine Limelight At New Holland
Lancaster Farming Staff
NEW HOLLAND (Lancaster
Co.) Kevin Pfautz waited
patiently, watching as his sister,
Lisa, won champion swine at the
Ephrata Fair the previous week.
This time, it was Lisa’s turn to
wait and congratulate her brother,
as Kevin picked up the large
championship trophy Tuesday
evening at the New Holland Far
Kevin, 16, son of Rick and Sue
Pfautz, Lititz, showed a hog that
was “longer-bodied, an ultra lean
pig, with a larger framework than
the others in the show ring,”
according to Nelson Beam, Elver
Kevin, a sophomore at Warwick
High School, showed the light
heavyweight division champion, a
gilt from a Hampshire/Duroc sow
bred to a Yorkshire boar. The fam
ily raises only show hogs. As for
Kevin, he plans to show at Man
heim, the Keystone International
Swine showmanship champions at New Holland. From
left, Cory Slmo, Junior champion; Rachel Brubaker, amateur
champion; and Dean Llvengood, senior champion.
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served on the All-American
dairy show improvement com
mittee since the committee
began in 1988.
Elsie and her husband, Scott
have bred several Excellent
Guernseys on their Hollow View
Farm in Quarryville, Lancaster
When asked how to keep the
All-American dairy show grow
ing, she said, "The youth are the
future and we need to keep
encouraging them and showing
them what a great way of life
the dairy business can provide."
If her past accomplishments are
any indication, we can be sure
she will work to encourage
young people to be a part of the
dairy industry that she loves.
The image award is given
each year to someone who has
worked diligently to improve the
image of the All-American show,
now in its 35th year. The award,
a hand-crafted stained glass
hanging mirror, is inscribed;
"Awarded to an individual who
has enhanced the image of the
Dairy Show by significant con
tributions toward its reputation,
Livestock Exposition, and Farm
Reserve champion went to last
year’s grand champion" of the
show, Patrick Good. Patrick, 19, is
the son of Amos and Pat Good,
Lititz. He showed a crossbred gilt
Judge Nelson Beam enjoyed the
overall leanness of the hog, “just a
real complete pig,” he said.
There were a total of 72 hogs
and 30 exhibitors. Following is a
list of show placings.
Lightweight Ctaui 1 (220 toe.): 1. Dean
Livsngood. 2. Juttin Martin. 3. Chad
Oast 2 (220-222 Iba.): 1. Radial Brubak
er. 2. Jake Brubaker. 3. Jason Martin.
Clati 3 (224-228 lb*.); 1. Jake Brubaker.
2. Jaeon Martin. 3. Juttin Martin.
Lightweight Champion; Jake Brubaker.
Reserve: Dean Uvarigood.
Middleweight Claes 4 (230-232 toe.): 1.
MitchaM Hershey. 2. Gary Martin. 3. Justin
Class 5 (234-238 lbs.): 1. Patrick Good. 2.
Crawford 4-H Cheese Yield Auction
Diane Kolinowski thanks buvers Greg McKean of
McKean and McKean Buying Station and Margeret Jfij* vmh nSiLt Kenny h
McKean of McKean Surfine for buying her cheese at the Cheese Yield Basket which brought $750.
Crawford County 4-H Cheese Yield Auction for $750.
Andrew Gerhart 3. Todd Stoltzfus.
Class e (238-240 lbs.): 1. Lisa Pfautz. 2.
Angela Hoover. 3. Clint Stewart
Middleweight Champion: Patrick Good.
Reserve: Andrew Gerhart
Light Heavyweight Class 7 (240-244 tot.);
1. Lisa Pfautz. 2. Nathan Hoover. 3. Andrew
Class 8: 1. Kevin Pfautz. 2. Gary Martin. 3.
Oats 0 (248 toe.); 1. Rachel Brubaker. 2.
Jenn Hughes. 3. Zack Stoitzfus.
Light Heavyweight Champion; Kavin
Pfautz. Reserve: Gary Martin.
Heavyweight Clots 10 (2SO-254 lbs.): i.
Chris Good. 2. Gerald Martin. 3. Sarah Boyd.
Clast 11 (254-2 SB lbs.): 1. Angela Hoover.
2. Sarah Boyd. 3. Todd Stoltzfue.
Class 12(280-270 toe.): 1. Nathan Hoover.
2. Jenn Hughes. 3. Mke Hoahour.
Heavyweight Champion: Chris Good.
Reserve: Angela Hoover.
Seniors: 1. Dean Livengood. 2. Sarah
Boyd. 3. Amy BoAingar. Champion: Dean
Juniors: 1. Cary Simo. 2. Eric Obar. 3. Clint
Stewart Champion: Cory Simo.
Amateurs: i. Rachel Brubaker. 2. Mirdtel
Hershey. 3. Todd Sloltzfut. Champion:
Grand champion maifcet hog at the New Holland Fair was exhibited by Kevin Pfautz.
left. Nelson Beam, right, Judged the show.
Reservo champion market hog at the New Holland Fair
was shown by Patrick Good, left. At right is Nelson Beam,
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