Dairy Cattle Show Results

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World Dairy Expo is known for its top-notch dairy cattle, and 2010 is no exception. Below, find the champion results from several of the breed shows. Check back for more results!

International Milking Shorthorn Show Results

Springville Farm and Fisher exhibited the Grand Champion and Best Uddered Milking Shorthorn at World Dairy Expo’s International Milking Shorthorn Show. Tex-Star Othello Peri, winner of the aged cow class also received the $1,000 Udder Comfort Cash Award for Grand Champion. Reserve Grand Champion of the show was the second place age cow, Lands-Brook Christina-EXP-ET, exhibited by Jordan Landsgard, Lands-Brook Farms of St. Olaf, Iowa.

Hard-Core Farms of New Enterprise, Pa. was named Premier Breeder and Premier Exhibitor of the International Milking Shorthorn Show. Kuszmar Alfairs Othello-Red was named the Premier Sire.

Central National Jersey Show Results
Frederick 2783 Adventure, the winning entry in the five-year-old class, was named Grand Champion of the Central National Jersey Show held at the 2010 World Dairy Expo. She is owned by S. Lackey, H. Rader, C. Walton and E. Walton of Carlisle, Pa., and received the Udder Comfort $1,000 Grand Champion Cash Award. Reserve Grand Champion was Llolyn Jude Griffen-ET, winner of the six-year-old and older class, exhibited by Budjon Farms and Peter Vail of Lomira, Wis. Ron and Christy Ratliff of Garnett, Kan., and Arethusa Farm of Litchfield, Conn. Tied for Premier Breeder. River Valley Farms-Sauder Family of Tremont, Ill., was named Premier Exhibitor. Bridon Remake Comerica-ET was the 2010 Premier Sire.

International Ayrshire Show Results
Sweet Pepper Black Francesca was named Grand Champion of the International Ayrshire Show at World Dairy Expo. Owned by Beverly Donovan of Benton, Maine, the five-year-old completed a record at 4-10 284d 18,165 621F 654P. She is sired by Blackaddar Bb Kellogg, who was also named premier sire. Donovan was presented with the Udder Comfort $1000 Grand Champion Cash Award for her win.

Reserve Grand Champion was six-year-old Yellow Briar Jerrica, exhibited by Marilyn Stephens of Troy, Ontario, Canada.

The Premier Breeder and Premier Exhibitor banners were awarded to Palmyra Farms of Hagerstown, Maryland.

Source: World Dairy Expo