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Saturday, October 3, 2015

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Katrysha Earns High Honors at the 2015 International Holstein Show

MADISON, WIS. – The final day of World Dairy Expo went out with a bang as Lovhill Goldwyn Katrysha, exhibited by MilkSource Genetics of Kaukauna, Wis., earned the banners for Senior and Grand Champion Female in the International Holstein Show.  Katrysha led the way in the Six-Year-Old & Older cow class and took home Best Udder and Production class awards. She also received the Udder Comfort $1,000 Grand Champion Cash Award.

Reserve Senior and Reserve Grand Champion honors were awarded to Jacobs Goldwyn Valana, the second place Six-Year-Old & Older cow, owned by Ferme Jacobs of Cap-Sante, Qué. Valana also was named Champion Bred & Owned of the show.

Judge Nathan Thomas of Cable, Ohio and Associate Judge Eddie Bue of Fithian, Ill. judged 387 animals in the International Holstein Show at World Dairy Expo.

The top placings are as follows:

Spring Heifer Calf:

1. Siemers Rgd Lady Haya-ET, C,J,J,J,C & L Siemers, Newton, Wis.

2. Weeksdale Doorman Envy, JM Valley, P Conroy, E Weeks, Hi Calibre, F&D Borba, Amqui, Qué.

 

Winter Heifer Calf:

1. Claircrest Sid Deli, Glamourview-Iager & Walton, Walkersville, Md.

2. Milksource Sid Desire-ET, Dymentholm Genetics, Dundas, Ont.

 

Fall Heifer Calf:

1. Golden-Oaks Sid Charlise, C & J Hill, F & D Borba, F Connelly and T & S Merwarth, Thurmont, Md.

2. Greenlark Lucille Atwood, Trent Valley, Mell-Wood-I, MD Hillbrook, P Lundy, Eaton, Peterborough, Ont.

 

Summer Yearling Heifer:

1. Petitclerc Windbrook Anaconda, Ferme Petitclerc Et Fils, St-Basile, Qué

2. Kennebec Windbrook Minneapolis, Eaton Holsteins, P. Conroy, JM Valley, Borba, Garcia, & Posada, Marietta, N.Y.

 

Spring Yearling Heifer:

1. MM-T Pockets Clara-ET, Justine Allyn, Canaan, Conn.

2. Idee Windbrook Lynzi, Jm Valley, Allyndale, Jendro, Mb-Luckylady, Amqui, Qué

 

Winter Yearling Heifer (not in milk):

  1. M-Riverview Goldsun Kelly, Eaton, Garrow, Lundy, Liddle and Phoenix, Marietta, N.Y.
  2. Ms Duckett Dyment Coral-ET, Gracehaven and Royal Lynn, Grimsby, Ont.

 

Fall Yearling Heifer (not in milk):

  1. Stranshome Gold Annice-ET, Budjon Farms and Peter & Lyn Vail, Lomira, Wis.
  2. Ms Ellee Armani Elysia-ET, Eaton Holsteins, P. Lundy and P. Morrill, Marietta, N.Y.

 

Junior Champion Female:

Golden-Oaks Sid Charlise, C & J Hill, F & D Borba, F Connelly and T & S Merwarth, Thurmont, Md.

 

Reserve Junior Champion Female:

Stranshome Gold Annice-ET, Budjon Farms and Peter & Lyn Vail, Lomira, Wis.

 

Junior Best Three Females:

1. Ferme Petitclerc Et Fils, St-Basile, Qué

2. Andrew Reynolds, Corfu, N.Y.

 

Premier Breeder of Heifer Show:

Ferme Petitclerc et Fils, St. Basile, Qué

 

Premier Exhibitor of Heifer Show:

Ferme Petitclerc et Fils, St. Basile, Qué

 

Yearling Heifer in Milk (must have freshened):

  1. Arethusa Sid Tess, Golden Oaks Farm, Wauconda, Ill.
  2. Duckett G Chip Tokyo-ET, Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph, Wis.

 

Junior Two-Year-Old Cow (must have freshened):

  1. Wendon Windbrook Mercy- ET, Mike Heath, Will Iager and Adam Fraley, Westminster, Md.
  2. Jacobs Gold Liann, Ferme Jacobs, Cap-Sante, Qué

 

Senior Two-Year-Old Cow (must have freshened):

  1.  Co-Vale Dempsy Dina 4270-ET, Ransom Rail, Robert Landis and Olivia Gold, Perry, N.Y.
  2.  Silvermaple Windham Camille-ET, Christian Cunningham, Penngrove, Calif.

 

Holstein 2015 World Dairy Expo International Futurity:

1.    Hardys Braxton Lola-ET, Parker Hardy, Tipton, Mich.

2.    Macland Cinnamon, Anna Culbertson, Elgin, Minn.

 

Junior Three-Year-Old Cow:

1.    Jacobs Sid Beauty-ET, Eaton Holsteinsand B&C Murphy, Marietta, N.Y.

2.    Knonaudale Mudpie-ET, MilkSource Genetics, Kaukauna, Wis.

 

Senior Three-Year-Old Cow:

1.   Bergeroy Sid Ambelle, Bergeroy Holstein Inc, Saint-Samuel, Qué

2.   Cavanaleck Dempsey Bozica, Yvon Sicard and Pierre Boulet, St-Justin, Qué

 

Intermediate Champion Female:

Jacobs Sid Beauty-ET, Eaton Holsteinsand B&C Murphy, Marietta, N.Y.

 

Reserve Intermediate Champion Female:

Bergeroy Sid Ambelle, Bergeroy Holstein Inc, Saint-Samuel, Qué

 

Four-Year-Old Cow:

1.    Brackley Farm Chelios Cheerio, MilkSource Genetics, Kaukauna, Wis.

2.    Petitclerc Sid Sunkiss, Budjon Farms and Peter & Lyn Vail, Lomira, Wis.

 

Five-Year-Old Cow:

1.    Cache-Valley Lheros 2331-ET, Ernest Kueffner, Larry & Patricia Larsen and Norman Nabholz, Boonsboro, Md.

2.    Jeffrey-Way Advent Dynasty, Patrick Blair, Blanchardville, Wis.

 

Six-Year-Old & Older Cow:

1.    Lovhill Goldwyn Katrysha, MilkSource Genetics, Kaukauna, Wis.

2.    Jacobs Goldwyn Valana, Ferme Jacobs, Cap-Sante, Qué

 

150,000 Lb. Production Cow:

1.    Calbrett Goldwyn Layla ET, Comestar, Ponderosa and Speranza, Victoriaville, Qué

2.    Ms Dundee Belinda-ET, Jeff Butler, Chebanse, Ill.

 

Best Three Females:

1.    Ferme Jacobs, Cap-Sante, Qué

2.    James & Nina Burdette, Mercersburg, Pa.

 

Produce of Dam:

1.    Ferme Blondin, Saint-Placide, Qué

2.    Ted, Molly & Tom Norlng and Tony Galgowski, Beresford, S.D.

 

Champion Bred & Owned:

Jacobs Goldwyn Valana, Ferme Jacobs, Cap-Sante, Qué

 

Nasco International Type & Production Award:

Co-Vale Zenith Darla, Andrew Reynolds, Corfu, NY

 

Senior Champion Female:             

Lovhill Goldwyn Katrysha, MilkSource Genetics, Kaukauna, Wis.

 

Reserve Senior Champion Female:

Jacobs Goldwyn Valana, Ferme Jacobs, Cap-Sante, Qué

 

Grand Champion Female:

Lovhill Goldwyn Katrysha, MilkSource Genetics, Kaukauna, Wis.

 

Reserve Grand Champion Female:

Jacobs Goldwyn Valana, Ferme Jacobs, Cap-Sante, Qué

 

State Herd:

1. Quebec Holstein Breeders- tied for 1st

1. Wisconsin Holstein Breeders - tied for 1st

2. New York Holstein Breeders

 

Premier Breeder:

Ferme Jacobs, Cap-Sante, Qué

 

Premier Exhibitor:

MilkSource Genetics, Kaukauna, Wis.

 

Premier Sire:

Pine-Tree Sid-ET

 

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