New York Ayrshire Named Grand Champ of All-American Dairy Show – Cowsmo

New York Ayrshire Named Grand Champ of All-American Dairy Show

Melody-Lane Burdette Sally exhibited by Kaylyn Wood of Saranac, N.Y., was named Grand Champion of the National Ayrshire Show held on Wednesday, Sept. 11, at the 2013 All-American Dairy Show in Harrisburg.

“Sally” was named Senior Champion and the 5-Year-Old Cow class winner before topping the show.

Reserve Grand Champion went to Palmyra Ragimore-EV B GiGi-ET, the Junior 2-Year-Old class winner and Intermediate Champion, exhibited by the Ragimore Trust and Palmyra Farm of Hagerstown, Md.

Reserve intermediate champion was Designer Genes Olivia, exhibited by Seth Whiting of Slippery Rock, Pa.

Junior Champion was Palmyra Dreamer R Ginger, exhibited by Kayla Lenhart of Thurmont, Md., while Sunny-Acres TSB Karma-ET exhibited by Nancy Vaill of Pine Plains, N.Y., earned Reserve Junior Champion.

The judge for the event was Chris Hill of Thurmont, Md.

First-place winners for that National Ayrshire Show:
Spring Heifer Calf – Vales-Pride Prime Phantasy, John Price, Thurmont, Md.
Winter Heifer Calf – Tri-Line Lobo, Craig Walton, Thornburg & Bailee Mazzaro, Pleasant Plain, Ohio
Fall Heifer calf – Palmyra Dreamer R Ginger, Kayla Lenhart, Thurmont, Md.
Summer Yearling Heifer – Sunny Acres BRDK Princess, Dough Evans & Family, Georgetown, N.Y.
Spring Yearling Heifer – West Meadow Pure Elegance, Neil Kittle, Winchester, Ontario
Winter Yearling Heifer – Faucher Oaxanna, Neil Kittle, Winchester, Ontario
Fall Yearling Heifer (Not in Milk) – Bartonleigh Calimero Blitz, Neil Kittle, Winchester, Ontario
Junior Champion – Palmyra Dreamer R Giinger, Kayla Lenhart, Thurmont, Md.
Reserve Junior Champion – Sunny-Acres TSB Karma-ET, Nancy Vaill, Pine Plains, N.Y.
Best Junior Female Bred & Owned by Exhibitor – Vales-Pride Prime Phantasy, John Price, Thurmont, Md.
Junior Best Three Females – Palmyra Farm, Hagerstown, Md.
Dry Cow – Hidden Valley Bundette Tequila, Royston Coale, Newville, Pa.
Yearling Heifer in Milk – Palmyra Burdette R Green, Palmyra Farm, Hagerstown, Md.
Junior 2-Year-Old Cow – Palmyra Ragimore-EV B GiGi-ET, exhibited by Els, Ragimore Trust, Volschenk, and Palmyra Farm, Hagerstown, Md.
Senior 2- Year-Old Cow – Palmyra Burdette LH Rosy-ET – Evan Creek, Hagerstown, Md.
3- Year- Old Futurity – Garnet-Lane Avenger Poinsettia, Cassandra Plummer, Galena, Md.
Senior 3-Year-Old – Designer Genes Olivia, Seth Whiting, Slippery Rock, Pa.
4-Year-Old Cow – Palmyra Poker LH Rosey-ET, Evan Creek, Hagerstown, Md.
5-Year-Old Cow – Melody-Lane Burdette Sally, Kaylyn Wood, Saranac, N.Y.
Cow 6 Years & Older – Sunny Acres Harmony’s Kennedy, Gregory Evans, Georgetown, N.Y.
100,000/125,000 Pounds – Sunny Acres JP Gwyneth, Doug Evans and Family, Georgetown, N.Y.
Best Three Females – Palmyra Farm, Hagerstown, Md.

The 50th All-American Dairy Show, the world’s largest dairy show, runs Sept. 7-12 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg. This year’s show features 23 shows in six days, the nation’s only all-dairy antiques show, nearly 3,000 animals and 2,000 exhibitors from across the nation. For more information, visit www.allamerican.state.pa.us or call 717-787-2905.

 

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