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Expo Increases Educational Offerings with Knowledge Nook Sessions

World Dairy Expo’s participating companies will showcase their latest research, products and services to help dairy producers improve their operations during new, educational Knowledge Nook Sessions. These educational sessions will benefit both attendees and companies, alike, as they provide an innovative opportunity for company experts to share detailed information with Expo attendees. Sessions will be presented daily in the Knowledge Nook, located in the atrium of the Exhibition Hall.

The following is the list of 2019 Knowledge Nook Sessions and their sponsors as of today. For a current listing, download World Dairy Expo’s new, free mobile event app or visit the WDE website.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1
10:30 a.m.
Keep Your Animals Moving
Brad Ingram, Midwest Regional Sales Manager, Vettec, Inc.
Presented by: Vettec, Inc. 

11:30 a.m.
Growing Your Business for Generations to Come – Are We Shaping the Right Model?
Francisco Rodriguez, Integrated Robotics Manager, DeLaval, Inc.
Presented by: DeLaval, Inc. 

12:30 p.m.
Labor Issues and Animal Welfare – Are Milking Robots Part of the Solution?
Jouni Pitkäranta, M.Sc., Founder and Board Chairman, 4dBarn
Virpi Kurkela, DVM, Veterinary Specialist, 4dBarn
Presented by: 4dBarn 

1:30 p.m.
Essential Microbial Support: Improving Health and Performance with Probiotics
Dr. Mike Hutjens, Professor, Department of Animal Sciences, University of Illinois
Presented by: Chr. Hansen 


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2

9:30 a.m.
Evolution of Hybrid Alfalfa and What’s Next
Sara Hendrickson, Forage Leader, Dairyland Seed
Chad Staudinger, Regional Sales Manager, Dairyland Seed
Steve Wagner, Alfalfa Plant Breeder, Corteva Agriscience
Presented by: Dairyland Seed 

10:30 a.m.
Better Haymaking – Greater ROI and Feed Quality for Dairy Operations Through Denser Bales
Jordan Milewski, Crop Preparation Marketing Manager, New Holland
Presented by: New Holland 

11:30 a.m.
Herd Insights Brought to Life with Augmented Reality
Roxie Muller, Innovation Manager, Nedap Livestock Management
Presented by: Nedap Livestock Management 

12:30 p.m.
Colostrum for So Many OTHER Reasons
Dr. Rick Dumm, DVM
Presented by: Dairy Tech, Inc. 

1:30 p.m.
Managing and Marketing Dairy Crossbreds
Dr. Grant Crawford, Technical Services Manager, Merck Animal Health
Presented by: Merck Animal Health 


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3
9:30 a.m.
Colostrum for So Many OTHER Reasons
Dr. Rick Dumm, DVM
Presented by: Dairy Tech, Inc. 

10:30 a.m.
Estrotect Breeding Indicators – A New Reproduction Management Tool
Dr. Ky Pohler, PHD, Associate Professor, Texas A&M University
Presented by: Estrotect 

11:30 a.m.
Phixup – An Innovative and Natural Way to Maintain Optimum Ruminal Conditions
Rodrigo Araujo de Souza, PhD, Business Unit Manager North America, Timab Magnesium USA
Presented by: Timab Magnesium USA 

12:30 p.m.
Starting Calves with Force – Lifetime Health and Production Begin on Day One
Dr. David P. Casper, Technical Services Leader/Dairy Nutritionist, Furst-McNess Company
Presented by: Furst-McNess Company 

1:30 p.m.
Acoustic Pulse Technology – Increasing Milk Yield and Treating Mastitis Free of Antibiotics
Dr. Gabriel Leitner PHD, Chief Science Officer, Armenta
Presented by: Armenta 


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4

9:30 a.m.
Colostrum for So Many OTHER Reasons
Dr. Rick Dumm, DVM
Presented by: Dairy Tech, Inc. 

10:30 a.m.
Starting Calves with Force – Lifetime Health and Production Begin on Day One
Dr. David P. Casper, Technical Services Leader/Dairy Nutritionist, Furst-McNess Company
Presented by: Furst-McNess Company 

11:30 a.m.
Microbial Inoculation Improves Silage Aerobic Stability after Short-Term Fermentation: Fact or Fiction?
Dr. Luiz Ferraretto, Associate Professor of Livestock Nutrition, Department of Animal Sciences, University of Florida
Presented by: Chr. Hanson 

12:30 p.m.
Component Production: Is Your Herd Efficiency Up to Par?
Dr. Hank Spencer, Technical Services Principal, Cargill Animal Nutrition
Presented by: Cargill Animal Health 

1:30 p.m.
Managing and Marketing Dairy Crossbreds
Dr. Grant Crawford, Technical Services Manager, Merck Animal Health
Presented by: Merck Animal Health 


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5

9:30 a.m.
Simplified Farm Data Management with UNIFORM
Shawnna Finnerty, Project and Support Manager, North America, UNIFORM-Agri
Presented by: UNIFROM–Agri 

10:30 a.m.
DeLaval: 360 Degree Interactive Virtual Facility Tours
Jeff Prashaw, AIA, Project Design Manager, DeLaval, Inc.
Presented by: DeLaval, Inc. 

Serving as the meeting place of the global dairy industry, World Dairy Expo brings together the latest in dairy innovation and the best cattle in North America. Crowds of more than 65,000 people, from nearly 100 countries, will return to Madison, Wis. for the 53rd annual event, October 1-5, 2019, when the world’s largest dairy-focused trade show, dairy and forage seminars, a world-class dairy cattle show and more will be on display. Visit worlddairyexpo.com or follow WDE on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat or YouTube for more information.  

World Dairy Expo Entry Deadline Approaching

Time is running out to enter cattle to compete on the legendary colored shavings October 1-5 at World Dairy Expo; entry fees increase on Sunday, September 8 after 11:59 p.m. (CST). Electronic entries will remain open through September 19, with paper entries continuing to be accepted until the day of the show, both for an increased fee.

All animals must have an official Canadian CCIA or USDA AIN RFID or visual tag number listed on their entry form at the time of submission. Animals lacking this number – or with a pending identification number – will not be accepted. More information regarding identification requirements, along with entry forms, schedule of events, rules and other updates are available online at www.worlddairyexpo.com and are included in the Premium Book – mailed to recent dairy cattle exhibitors on July 1.

Questions related to cattle entries and the WDE Dairy Cattle Show may be directed to Laurie Breuch, Dairy Cattle Show Coordinator, at lbreuch@wdexpo.com or Ann Marie Magnochi, Dairy Cattle Show Manager, at amagnochi@wdexpo.com, or by calling the Expo office at 608-224-6455.

Serving as the meeting place of the global dairy industry, World Dairy Expo brings together the latest in dairy innovation and the best cattle in North America. Crowds of more than 65,000 people, from nearly 100 countries, will return to Madison, Wis. for the 53rd annual event, October 1-5, 2019, when the world’s largest dairy-focused trade show, dairy and forage seminars, a world-class dairy cattle show and more will be on display. Visit worlddairyexpo.com or follow WDE on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat or YouTube for more information.  

First-time World Dairy Expo Judges Among 2019 Associate Judges

World Dairy Expo is pleased to announce the eight individuals selected to serve as associate judges of the Dairy Cattle Show at WDE. Nominated by the official judge and approved by a committee of Expo exhibitors, these individuals bring years of experience as dairy cattle judges, while for some, 2019 will mark their debut on the colored shavings. It is the responsibility of the associate judge to assist the official judge in evaluating each class of cattle that enters the Showring.

The complete roster of 2019 judges is as follows:

International Ayrshire Show

Official: Phillip Topp, Botkins, Ohio

Associate: Matt Hawbaker, Clear Spring, Md.

International Brown Swiss Show

Official: Joe Sparrow, Worthville, Ky.

Associate: Jeff Core, Salvisa, Ky.

International Guernsey Show

Official: Seth Johnson, Tunbridge, Vt.

Associate: Jon Lantz, Ellsworth, Wis.

International Holstein Show

Official: Chad Ryan, Fond du Lac, Wis.

Associate: Lynn Harbaugh, Marion, Wis.

International Junior Holstein Show

Official: Eddie Bue, Kaukauna, Wis.

Associate: Brandon Ferry, Hilbert, Wis.

International Jersey Show

Official: Jack Lomeo, Jr., Sylvan Beach, N.Y.

Associate: Brent Walker, Jr., Guelph, Ontario, Canada

International Milking Shorthorn Show

Official: Keith Topp, Botkins, Ohio

Associate: Clark Morgan, Urbana, Ohio

International Red & White Show

Official: Jamie Black, Brushton, N.Y.

Associate: Pat Lundy, Granville, N.Y.

Serving as the meeting place of the global dairy industry, World Dairy Expo brings together the latest in dairy innovation and the best cattle in North America. Crowds of more than 65,000 people, from nearly 100 countries, will return to Madison, Wis. for the 53rd annual event, October 1-5, 2019, when the world’s largest dairy-focused trade show, dairy and forage seminars, a world-class dairy cattle show and more will be on display.

 

World Dairy Expo 2018 Recap

The 2018 World Dairy Expo is now complete, but not before there were a few surprises and lots of emotion.  Here are some of the highlights from this year’s show.

Loana Sweeps International Holstein Show 

Jacobs Lauthority Loana
Grand & Champion, Senior Champion, Grand Champion Bred & Owned
2018 International Holstein Show
Ferme Jacobs & Pat Conroy

Six-Year-Old and Older Cow, Jacobs Lauthority Loana, made a clean sweep of the International Holstein Shown on Saturday, October 6, winning Senior Champion, Champion Bred & Owned and Grand Champion. Owned by Ferme Jacobs and Pat Conroy, Cap-Sante, Qué., Canada, Loana was presented with the $1,000 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award and the Allen Hetts Grand Champion Trophy. Second in the Six-Year-Old Cow Class, Reserve Senior Champion and Reserve Grand Champion of the International Holstein Show was Weeks Dundee Anika, exhibited by MilkSource Genetics, LLC of Kaukauna, Wis.

Erbacres Snapple Shakira-ET
Intermediate Champion – 2018 International Holstein Show
Ferme Jacobs, Ty-D Holsteins, Kilian Theraulaz, Ferme Antelimarck, C&f Jacobs

Other champion cows in the International Holstein Show are Intermediate Champion Female, Erbacres Snapple Shakira-ET, exhibited by Ferme Jacobs, Ty-D Holsteins, Kilian Theraulaz, Ferme Antelimarck and C&F Jacobs of Cap-Sante, Qué., Canada., and Reserve Intermediate Champion, Unique Dempsey Cheers, exhibited by Budjon, Abbott, Vail, Woodmansee & Ferme Blondin of Lomira, Wis. As Intermediate Champion, Shakira was awarded a free ovum pick-up, compliments of Vytelle LLC.

Milksource Taelyn-ET
Junior Champion – 2018 International Holstein Show
Milk Source, LLC

Milksource Taelyn-ET, the top Summer Yearling Heifer and Junior Champion of the International Holstein Show, is owned by MilkSource Genetics, LLC of Kaukauna, Wis. Garay Doorman Blind Date, exhibited by Jm Valley, Fortale and JP Proulx of Amqui, Qué., Canada, was the winning Fall Heifer Calf and Reserve Junior Champion.

Winning Premier Breeder of the International Holstein Show was Ferme Jacobs of Cap-Sante, Qué., Canada. Duckett Holsteins of Rudolph, Wis, was honored as Premier Exhibitor. Braedale Goldwyn became a ten-time Premier Sire of the International Holstein Show while Premier Sire of the Heifer Show was Val-Bisson Doorman-ET. Oakfield Corners Dairy of Oakfield, N.Y. took home the title of Premier Breeder of the Heifer Show. Premier Exhibitor of the Heifer Show was Glamourview – Iager and Walton of Walkersville, Md. Premier Sire of the Heifer Show was Val-Bisson Doorman-ET.

Evaluating the 394 entries were official judge Carl Phoenix, Sunderland, Ont., Canada, and associate judge Joel Phoenix, Cannington, Ont., Canada.

Complete class results can be found here

Fantasy Exhibitor Competition Sees Closest Finish Ever

Just two points separated the top two competitors in this year’s Fantasy Exhibitor contest with Tim Seipt of Pennsylvania edging out Grant Vosters from Wisconsin.  Tim got his entries in one day earlier than Grant and earned 4 extra bonus points that moved him past Grant for the win.   Tim’s selections where  KEYSTONE SOLOMON ALLSTAR, SAVAGE-LEIGH LALAS, OAKFIELD BLAKE LUXURIANT, CACHE-VALLEY SHOT DIMPLE, BUDJON-ABBOTT ALEXANDRA, RYAN-CREST HNOTIC ELISHA, FRAELAND DOORMAN BONNIE, MS SMITH OAK PW D MAGGIE, ERBACRES SNAPPLE SHAKIRA, MS GOLDWYN SATURDAY, JACOBS WINDBROOK AIMO, CO-VALE DEMPSEY DINA 4270 and LOYALYN GOLDWYN JUNE for a total spend of $991,500 ($1,000,000 budget) earning 178 points plus 28 points for getting his entries in on the first day of the competition.

The top 10 finishers are:

  1. Tim Seipt
  2. Grant Vosters
  3. Cole Hollandâ’s
  4. Devin OHara
  5. Anthony Breton-Robert
  6. David Pintens
  7. Andrew Zylstra
  8. Kevin Philips
  9. Brandon Biese
  10. Tad Patterson

The ultimate team would have been MISS OCD DOORM GEORGETTE, GARAY DOORMAN BLIND DATE, MILKSOURCE TAELYN, AHD DOORMAN SILK, ROBJO DOORMAN EMBRACE, RYAN-CREST HNOTIC ELISHA, JUNIPER SID CHARDONNAY, MS BEAUTYS BLACK VELVET, ERBACRES SNAPPLE SHAKIRA, MS GOLDWYN SATURDAY, JACOBS WINDBROOK AIMO, CO-VALE DEMPSEY DINA 4270 and JACOBS LAUTHORITY LOANA that would have had a budget of $880,500 and would have earned 250 points before bonuses.

Aged Cows Win International Junior Holstein Show 

Gamlake Destry Sallie
Grand Champion
2018 International Junior Holstein Show
Samantha Gambonini

Gamlake Destry Sallie took home three new titles at the 2018 International Junior Holstein Show. The winning Six-Year-Old and Older Cow was named Senior Champion and Champion Bred & Owned before going on to be named Grand Champion Holstein of the Junior Show. Sallie, exhibited by Samantha Gambonini, Petaluma, Calif., took home the $500 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award and the Lillian & Keith King and Jim King Grand Champion of the Junior Show Award. Second in the Six-Year-Old and Older Cow class and Reserve Grand Champion of the International Junior Holstein Show was Lovhilll Braxton Funky-ET, exhibited by Joseph, Zach, Jerome and Darian Stransky of Owatonna, Minn. They were awarded the Lillian & Keith King and Jim King Reserve Grand Champion of the Junior Show Award.

The Intermediate Champion, Lellavan Avalanche Fuji

The Intermediate Champion, Lellavan Avalanche Fuji, came from the Yearling Heifer in Milk class. Fuji is owned by B. Almeida and F, C, A, L, J & H Borba of Canton De Hatley, Quebec, Canada. The Reserve Intermediate Champion was Butlerview Door Aleah, owned by Christian Cunningham of Penngrove, Cali. Aleah was the winning Senior Three-Year-Old Cow.

Budjon-Abbott Alexandra – Junior Champion of the Junior Show

Budjon-Abbott Alexandra-ET and Hatee Jacoby Paris were the winning Winter Yearling Heifers and Junior Champion and Reserve Junior Champion of the International Junior Holstein Show, respectively. Alexandra is owned by Kaelyn, Kenadee and Keegan Weigel of Platteville, Wis. and Alyson and Kenlee Philips of Lingleville, Texas, are the owners of the Reserve Junior Champion, Paris.

Evaluating the 217 entries were official judge Chris Hill, Thurmont, Md. and associate judge Robert Teixeira, Keyes, Calif.

Complete class results can be found here

Westcoast Holsteins Top the International Red & White Show 

Oakfield A Shampagne-Red-ET
Grand Champion – 2018 International Red & White Show
Westcoast Holsteins

Oakfield A Shampagne-Red-ET took home two Champion trophies at the International Red & White Show. Owned by Westcoast Holsteins, Chilliwack, B.C., Canada. Shampagne’s first trip across the colored shavings on October 5 was when she rose to the top of the Junior Three-Year-Old Cow Class on her way to being named Intermediate and Grand Champion Female. Shampagne was presented with the $1,000 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award and the Allen Hetts Grand Champion Trophy and as Intermediate Champion, a free ovum pick-up, compliments of Vytelle LLC. First in the Four-Year-Old Cow Class, Senior Champion Female and Reserve Grand Champion of the International Red & White Show was Highcroft Absolute Lily-Red, exhibited by Steve Smith and Anthony Crothers of Nicholasville, Ky.

Highcroft Absolute Lily-Red
Senior Champion 2018 International Red & White Show
Maple-Downs Farms II and Thomas Hoskings, Jr.

Rounding out the list of champion cows in the International Red & White Show are Reserve Senior Champion Female, Ms Apples Aleda-Red-ET and Reserve Intermediate Champion, Westcoast Defiant Addison, both exhibited by Westcoast Holsteins, Chilliwack, B.C., Canada.

Ms Kress-Hil Saphire-Red-ET
Junior Champion – 2018 International Red & White Show
Owen & Kendyll Kress and Savanah Barts

Ms Kress-Hil Saphire-Red-ET was the winning Fall Heifer Calf and Junior Champion of the International Red & White Show and is owned by Owen and Kendyll Kress and Savanah Barts of Newton, Wis., Synergy Jordys Spike-Red-ET, exhibited by M, C, & E Jauquet and M, C, & S Haack of Pulaski, Wis., was the second place Fall Heifer Calf and Reserve Junior Champion.

Oakfield Corners Dairy of Oakfield, N.Y. took home the title of Premier Breeder of the Heifer Show, Premier Exhibitor of the Heifer Show and Premier Exhibitor of the International Red & White Show. Premier Exhibitor was Westcoast Holsteins of Chilliwack, B.C., Canada. Tied for Premier Sire of the Heifer Show was Dymentholm Mr Apples Avalanche and Cycle McGucci Jordy-Red while Premier Sire was awarded to Apples Absolute-Red-ET.

Winning Four-Year-Old Cow, Robin-Hood Pretty In-Red, took home two Champion honors at the International Junior Red & White Show. Owned by Regan Demmer of Peosta, Iowa, Pretty-In-Red was named Senior and Grand Champion Female and was presented the $500 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award and the Lillian & Keith King and Jim King Grand Champion of the Junior Show Award. Reserve Grand Champion of the International Junior Red & White Show was Ms Aol Diamondback Raspberry-Red-ET, shown by Jaydn, Kennedy, Caroline and Andrew Kimball of Windham, Maine. Raspberry was the winning Yearling Heifer in Milk and Intermediate Champion of the Show.

Reserve Senior Champion of the International Junior Red & White Show was Kamps-Hollow Acapela-Red-ET. Acapela hails from Ixonia, Wis., and is owned by Grady and Lane Wendorf. Reserve Intermediate Champion, from Algoma, Wis., was Mead-Manor Def Adeline-Red. Adeline is owned by Mike and Megan Moede.

The winning pair of Fall Heifer Calves took home Junior Champion and Reserve Junior Champion of the International Red & White Junior Show;  Ms Kress-Hil Saphire-Red-ET, exhibited by Owen and Kendyll Kress and Savanah Barts of Newton, Wis., and Synergy Jordys Spike-Red-ET, exhibited by M, C, & E Jauquet and M, C, & S Haack of Pulaski, Wis., respectively.

Evaluating the 268 entries were official judge Blair Weeks, Pleasant Valley, P.E.I., Canada, and associate judge Tom DeGroot, Rosedale, B.C., Canada.

Complete class results can be found here

An Early Christmas for Feliz Navidad at the International Jersey Show

MB Lucky Lady Feliz Navidad-ET Grand Champion 2018 International Jersey Show Rivendale Farms Of Pittsburgh LLC

MB Lucky Lady Feliz Navidad-ET took home three titles at the 2018 International Jersey Show: the winning Four-Year-Old Cow, Senior Champion Female and Grand Champion Female. Feliz Navidad, exhibited by Rivendale Farms of Pittsburgh LLC, Bulger, Pa., took home the $1,000 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award and the Allen Hetts Grand Champion Trophy. First in the Junior Three-Year-Old Cow Class, Intermediate Champion and Reserve Grand Champion of the International Jersey Show was South Mountain Voltage Radiant, exhibited by Ernest Kueffner and Terri Packard of Boonsboro, Md. As Intermediate Champion, Radiant’s prize includes a free ovum pick-up, compliments of Vytelle LLC.

South Mountain Voltage Radiant
1st place Junior Three Year Old
2018 International Jersey Show
Ernest Kueffner and Terri Packard

Reserve Senior Champion was RRF Comerica Daisy, exhibited by River Valley Farm and Reinholt Jerseys of Tremont, Ill. Rounding out the Champion cows is Reserve Intermediate Champion, Townside Tequila Response R, exhibited by Rivendale Farms of Pittsburgh LLC, Bulgar, Pa.

Junior Champion: Milksource Gentry Marriot-ET (Gentry), 1st Fall Calf, Milksource Genetics LLC., WI

Milksource Gentry Marriot-ET was the winning Fall Heifer Calf and Junior Champion of the International Jersey Show. Marriot is owned by Milksource Genetics and Finca Valparaiso of Kaukauna, Wis. Mikaela Joy Yoder of Abbotsford, British Columbia, is the owner of the winning Summer Yearling Heifer and Reserve Junior Champion, Arethusa Fizz Callie-ET.

The Premier Breeder of the International Jersey Show was Pleasant Nook Farms, Ayr, Ontario. While south Mountain Jerseys of Boonsboro, Md. took the honor of Premier Breeder of the Heifer Show. Meadow Ridge Jerseys, Cummberland, Wis., claimed the title of Premier Exhibitor of the Heifer Show with Rivendale Farms of Pittsburgh LLC Bulger, Pa., taking home the honors of Premier Exhibitor. Winning Premier Sire is Tower Vue Prime Tequila-ET and from the heifer show, Sunset Canyon Andreas was victorious.

Evaluating the 388 entries were official judge Pat Conroy, Angola, Ind., and associate judge Justin Burdette, Mercersburg, Pa.

The winning Five-Year-Old Cow of the International Junior Jersey Show, SV Impression Holly-ET, was named Senior Champion and then Grand Champion of the show. Holly, exhibited by River Valley Farm – Ben, Andy, Blessing and Grace Sauder of Tremont, Ill., received the $500 Udder Comfort Grand Cash Champion Award. Reserve Grand Champion honors went to the Reserve Senior Champion, Meadow Ridge Jackknife Summer, the first place Six-Year-Old & Older Cow, owned by Michael Riebe and Alleah and Emma Anderson of Cumberland, Wis. These cows received a Lillian & Keith King and Jim King Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion of the Junior Show award, respectively.

Intermediate Champion of the International Jersey Show was Julie-Ann Tequila Asia, the winning Yearling Heifer in Milk, and was shown by Analise Stover of Carlisle, Pa. Fire-Lake Premier Meg, shown by Joshua, Hannah, Nicole and Rebecca Sanders of Hilmar, Cali., was selected as Reserve Intermediate Champion.

Meadowridge Fizz Sparkle and Wildweed Primero Lightning were named the Junior Champion and Reserve Junior Champion of the International Junior Jersey Show, respectively. Sparkle, the winning Winter Yearling Heifer, is owned by Cole Kruse and Gene Henderson of Dyersville, Iowa. Michael and Megan Moede and Katie Ledvica of Algoma, Wis., are the owners of Lightning, the winning Fall Yearling Heifer.

Complete class results can be found here

Junior Owned Delilah Wins the International Brown Swiss Show

Cutting Edge T Delilah
Grand Champion
2018 International Brown Swiss Show
Kyle Barton

 After being named Grand Champion Female of the International Junior Brown Swiss Show, Cutting Edge T Delilah continued her winning streak claiming Grand Champion Female of the 2018 International Brown Swiss Show. This winning Five-Year-Old Cow, Senior Champion Female and Grand Champion Female, was exhibited by Kyle Barton, Copake, N.Y. The duo took home the $1,000 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award and the Allen Hetts Grand Champion Trophy. Delilah is no stranger to the colored shavings as the 2016 Reserve Supreme Champion of the Junior Show. First in the Aged Cow, Six-Year-Old & Older Cow Class, Reserve Senior Champion Female and Reserve Grand Champion of the International Brown Swiss Show was Cutting Edge Stratus Sue, exhibited by Ronald R Kelm of Markesan, Wis.

Cutting Edge B Kandy
Intermediate Champion
2018 International Brown Swiss Show
Ken Main, Peter Vail and Allen Brisson

The Intermediate Champion was also a Cutting Edge cow, Cutting Edge B Kandy, exhibited by Ken Main, Peter Vail and Allen Brisson of Copake, N.Y. As Intermediate Champion, Kandy’s award includes a free ovum pick-up, compliments of Vytelle LLC. Rounding out the champion cows is Reserve Intermediate Champion, Iroquois Acres Jong Cali, exhibited by Matthew Pacheco, Kerman, Calif.

Robland Norwin Mayday
Junior Champion – 2018 International Brown Swiss Show
Eli Landgraf

Robland Norwin Mayday was the winning Spring Yearling Heifer and Junior Champion of the International Brown Swiss Show. Mayday is owned by Elijah Landgraf of Jackson, Mo. E Kueffner, T Packard and M & L Hellenbrand of Boonsboro, Md. are the owners of the winning Winter Yearling Heifer and Reserve Junior Champion, Wind Mill Carter Snow Angel.

Awarded Premier Breeder and Exhibitor of the Heifer Show and Premier Breeder and Exhibitor of the International Brown Swiss Show was Elite Dairy, Ken Main and Peter Vail, Copake, N. Y. Premier Sire of the Heifer Show was Voelkers TD Carter and Premier Sire was awarded to Blessing Tex Braiden-ET.

Cutting Edge T Delilah took home two Champion trophies at the International Junior Brown Swiss Show for the third time in four years. Owned by Kyle Barton of Copake, N.Y., Delilah’s first trip across the colored shavings on October 4 was when she topped the Five-Year-Old Cow Class on her way to being named Senior and Grand Champion Female. Delilah was presented with the $500 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award and the Lillian & Keith King and Jim King Grand Champion of the Junior Show Award along with her titles. Reserve Grand Champion of the International Junior Brown Swiss Show was Jenlar Carter Waltz-ETV, shown by Brianna Meyer of Chilton, Wis. Waltz was the winning Junior Two-Year-Old Cow and Intermediate Champion of the Show.

Reserve Senior Champion of the International Junior Brown Swiss Show was Niermans Valor Violet. Violet hails from Clayton, Ind. and is owned by Anna Marie and Carter Settles. Violet was the winning entry in the Four-Year-Old Cow Class. Reserve Intermediate Champion, from Evansville, Wis., was Trackside Java Cadillac. Cadillac is owned by Otis, Malcolm, and Quincee Johnson.

Junior Champion of the Junior Show went to the winning Spring Yearling Heifer, Silver Top Allstar Trick, leased by Shelby Biasini of Morrisville, Vt., and owned by Silver Top Swiss. Reserve Junior Champion honors were presented to Hilltop Acres CT Glaze, the first place Fall Heifer Calf, owned by Kaleb, Cole and Carter Kruse of Dyersville, Iowa.

Evaluating the 335 entries were official judge Steve Wagner, Richford, Vt., and associate judge Christopher “Chip” Savage, Union Bridge, Md.

Complete class results can be found here

Ruth Wins Back-To-Back Titles at the International Ayrshire Show

Palmyra Berkley P Ruth

Palmyra Berkley P Ruth -ET took home three titles at the 2018 International Ayrshire Show. The winning Four-Year-Old Cow was named Senior Champion Female and Total Performance Winner before going on to be named Grand Champion of the Ayrshire Show for the second year. Ruth, exhibited by Palmrya Farm-Evan Creek of Hagerstown, Md., took home the $1,000 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award and the Allen Hetts Grand Champion Trophy for the second year. First in the Five-Year-Old Cow class and Reserve Grand Champion of the International Ayrshire Show was Marilie Gentelman Karmina, exhibited by Peter Vail and Mike and Linda Hellenbrand of Lomira, Wis.

Old-N-Lazy Dream Of A Diva

The Intermediate Champion, Old-N-Lazy Dream Of A Diva, came from the Junior Three-Year-Old cow. Diva is owned by Rosedale Genetics and Mike Maier of Oxford, Wis. The Reserve Intermediate Champion was Palmyra Shockwave BP Rosy, owned by Kurt Wolf and John Cannon of Epworth, Iowa. Rosy was the winning Senior Three-Year-Old Cow.

KnH-Endres Burdette Mayhem

KnH-Endres Burdette Mayhem was the winning Summer Yearling and Junior Champion of the International Ayrshire Show. Mayhem is owned by Leslie and Linda Bruchey of Westminster, Md. Glamourview-Iager and Walton are the owners of the winning Fall Heifer calf and Reserve Junior Champion, Jomill Burdette Kalliope.

The Premier Breeder of the Heifer Show was Lazy M Farm, Stitzer, Wis. Winning the Premier Sire of the Heifer Show and the overall Premier Sire was Palmyra Tri-Star Burdette-ET. Palmyra Farm of Hagerstown, Md., took home the honors of Premier Breeder and Premier Exhibitor.

Toppglen Wishful Thinking-ET of New Bremen, Ohio, was the Senior and Grand Champion Female of the International Junior Ayrshire Show, taking home the $500 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Award on Tuesday, October 2. Shown by Tanner, Brennan, Marissa and Logan Topp, Wishful Thinking was the winning Junior entry from the Five-Year-Old Cow class. Second in the class was River-Valley Gavins Brooke, who followed to become Reserve Senior Champion and Reserve Grand Champion of the show. Brooke was exhibited by Megan, Johnathon, Bradley and Sarah Hill of Bristol, Vt. The cows received a Lillian & Keith King and Jim King Grand Champion and Reserve Champion of the Junior Show Award, respectively.

The Intermediate Champion Female of the International Junior Ayrshire Show was the winning Junior Three-Year-Old Cow class, Misty River Burdette Jaciee, was shown by Monica J Howe of New Braintree, Mass. The winning Senior Two-Year-Old Cow, Haynes-Farm Brachiosaurus, of Fort Edward, N.Y., was exhibited by Molly Doty.

Four-Hills Burd Sassy 64671 and Lazy M Distinct Lanie were selected as Junior Champion and Reserve Junior Champion of the International Junior Ayrshire Show, respectively. Johnathan Hill, from Bristol, Vt., led Four-Hills Burd Sassy 64671 to victory in the Spring Yearling Heifer class, and Mikayla Endres of Lodi, Wis. exhibited Lanie, the first place Fall Yearling Heifer

Evaluating the 273 entries were official judge Callum McKinven, Canton de Hatley, Quebec, Canada, and associate judge Dean Malcolm, Victoria, Austrailia.

Complete class results can be found here

Third Times a Charm for Fudge in the International Milking Shorthorn Show

Maple Fudge Of 12 Oaks

Maple Fudge Of 12 Oaks, owned by Colton and Ashley Brandel of Lake Mills, Wis. was named Grand Champion Female in the International Milking Shorthorn Show at World Dairy Expo® on October 3. Fudge has been the reigning Grand Champion of the International Junior Milking Shorthorn Show since 2016 and finally topped the International Milking Shorthorn Show this year. Fudge also won Senior Champion Female and received the $1,000 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award. Kuszmar Mega Lely-62, owned by John P. and Marjorie Kuszlyz of Batavia, New York, was awarded Reserve Grand Champion Female and Reserve Senior Champion Female titles.

Corstar Presto Mango P-EXP

Intermediate Champion of the International Milking Shorthorn Show and recipient of an ovum pick-up compliments of Vytelle LLC, is Corstar Presto Mango P-EXP, owned by Cory and Kristen Salzl of Litchfield, Minn. The Salzls also exhibited Corstar Presto Lulu-ET, the Reserve Intermediate Champion.

Innisfail-Wo Julius Lucy

Taking home the Junior Champion title was Innisfail-Wo Julius Lucy owned by Jeffery McKissick and Mike Uber of New Castle, Pa. Winning Reserve Junior Champion was KnH Endres Zeus Legendary owned by Mikayla Endres from Lone Rock, Wis.

Maple Fudge of 12 Oaks was named Grand Champion and Senior Champion of the International Junior Milking Shorthorn Show on Wednesday, October 3 at World Dairy Expo®. Owned by Colton and Ashley Brandel of Lake Mills Wis., she earned $500 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Award and the Lillian & Keith King and Jim King Grand Champion Junior Show Award for the third year in a row. Maple Fudge was the winning Junior Entry from the Four-Year-Old Cow class. Reserve Grand Champion and Intermediate Champion of the International Junior Milking Shorthorn Show went to Lazy M PS LadyLump Exp-ET, owned by Scotty Young and Brett Groebner of Monroe, Wis. She received the Lillian & Keith King and Jim King Reserve Grand Champion Junior Show Award.

The Reserve Intermediate Champion Female of the International Junior Milking Shorthorn Show was the winning Junior entry from the Junior Three-Year-Old Cow class, Heavenly Creampuff was shown by Johnathon A Clark of Cornish, N.H. The Reserve Senior Champion of the International Junior Milking Shorthorn Show went to Halpins Baby Ruth exhibited by Taylor Graves of Danville, Ky.

KnH Endres Zeus Legendary and Designer Genes Butterqueen were selected as Junior Champion and Reserve Junior Champion of the International Junior Milking Shorthorn Show, respectively. Mikayla Endres, from Lone Rock, Wis., led KnH Endres Zeus Legendary to victory in the Fall Yearling Heifer class, and Kara Yannesse of Edinburg, PA. exhibited Butterqueen, the first place Winter Yearling Heifer.

Official Judge Brian Behnke, Albany, Wis. and Carla Stetzer, Alma Center, Wis., associate judge, placed 218 entries. 

Complete class results can be found here

Toni Rises to the Top at the International Guernsey Show 

Willow Brook Labron Toni

Willow Brook Labron Toni took home two Champion titles at the International Guernsey Show. Owned by Jake Booher, West Middlesex, Pa., Toni’s first trip across the colored shavings on October 5 was when she rose to the top of the Five-Year-Old Cow Class on her way to being named Senior and Grand Champion Female. Toni was presented with the $1,000 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award and the Allen Hetts Grand Champion Trophy. First in the Six-Year-Old Cow Class, Reserve Senior and Reserve Grand Champion of the International Guernsey Show was Hi Guern View Dancing Diva-ET, exhibited by Brian and Kristi Dinderman, Orangeville, Ill..

Hi Guern View Diva Designer

Rounding out the list of champion cows in the International Guernsey Show are Intermediate Champion Female, Hi Guern View Diva Designer, exhibited by Riley Zettle of Rock City, Ill., and Reserve Intermediate Champion, Warwick Manor Ty Carter, exhibited by Kaila, Karli and Kolby Stoltzfus, East Earl, Pa. As Intermediate Champion, Designer wins a free ovum pick-up, compliments of Vytelle LLC

Springhill Jokes Finale

Springhill Jokes Finale-ETV was the winning Fall Heifer Calf and Junior Champion of the International Guernsey Show and is owned by Springhill of Big Prairie, Ohio. Knapps Pie Time To Dance-ETV, exhibited by Austin and Landen Knapp of Epworth, Iowa, was the winning Winter Heifer Calf and Reserve Junior Champion.

Austin and Landen Knapp, Knapps Guernseys of Epworth, Iowa, took home four titles in the International Guernsey Show: Premier Breeder of the Heifer Show, Premier Exhibitor of the Heifer Show, Premier Breeder and Premier Exhibitor. Millborne Tiller Fayes Fame was selected as the Premier Sire while Premier Sire of the Heifer Show was awarded Jens Gold Aaron Copper-ET.

Junior Three-Year-Old Cow, Hi Guern View Diva Designer, took home the title of Grand Champion Female of the International Junior Guernsey Show on Friday, October 5 at World Dairy Expo®. Exhibited by Riley Zettle of Rock City, Ill., Designer placed first in her class before winning Intermediate Champion and finally, Grand Champion Female of the Junior Show. Designer was presented the $500 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award and the Lillian & Keith King and Jim King Grand Champion of the Junior Show Award. Reserve Intermediate Champion and Reserve Grand Champion of the Junior Show was awarded to the Senior Three-Year-Old Cow Warwick Manor Ty Carter, exhibited by Kaila, Karli and Kolby Stoltzfus of East Earl, Pa.

Rounding out the champion cows are Senior Champion Female of the International Junior Guernsey Show, H Broke Showtime Taytor, exhibited by Dana & Madison Sickles of Marengo, Iowa, and Reserve Senior Champion Female, Hartdale Top Notch Coco, exhibited by Lauren Robison and Braden Hartmann of Mulberry Grove, Ill.

Sniders HP GG Lonestar Amazing-ETV, leased by Logan Harbaugh and owned by Amazing Syndicate of Marion, Wis., claimed the title of Junior Champion Female of the International Junior Guernsey Show, while Hartdale Primetime Cami, exhibited by Lauren Robison and Braden and Connor Hartmann of Mulberry Grove, Ill., took Reserve Junior Champion.

Official judge Brian Schnebly of Hagerstown, Md., placed 227 animals with the assistance of associate judge Mike Hickman of Shelbyville, Tenn.

Complete class results can be found here

Cutting Edge T Delilah Makes History at World Dairy Expo

For only the second time in World Dairy Expo’s 52-year history, the Supreme Champion of the Junior Show and the Supreme Champion of World Dairy Expo are the same cow. Cutting Edge T Delilah, exhibited by Kyle Barton of Copake, N.Y. is the Grand Champion Brown Swiss and the 2018 Supreme Champion of both the junior and open shows. Also making history as the inaugural Supreme Champion Heifer of the Junior Show is the Junior Champion of the International Junior Red & White Show, Ms Kress-Hil Saphire-Red-ET, exhibited by Owen and Kendyll Kress and Savanah Barts, Newton, Wis., and the Supreme Champion Heifer, Milksource Gentry Marriot-ET, exhibited by MilkSource Genetics, LLC and Finca Valparaiso of Kaukauna, Wis., the Junior Champion of the International Jersey Show.

 

Reserve Supreme Champion honors were awarded to the Grand Champion Holstein, Jacobs Lauthority Loana, exhibited by Ferme Jacobs and Pat Conroy of Cap-Sante, Quebec, Canada. Gamlake Destry Sallie, the Grand Champion of the International Junior Holstein Show and exhibited by Samantha Gambonini of Petaluma, Calif., was named Reserve Supreme Champion of the Junior Show.

 

Rounding out the Supreme Champions named at World Dairy Expo 2018 are the Junior Champion of the International Holstein Show, Milksource Taelyn-ET, exhibited by MilkSource Genetics, LLC and the Junior Champion of the International Junior Ayrshire Show, Four-Hills Burd Sassy 64671, exhibited by Johnathan Hill of Bristol, Vt. These two heifers were awarded the Supreme Champion Heifer and the Supreme Champion Heifer of the Junior Show, respectively.

Other awards:

 

Cutting Edge T Delilah Makes History at World Dairy Expo

For only the second time in World Dairy Expo’s 52-year history, the Supreme Champion of the Junior Show and the Supreme Champion of World Dairy Expo are the same cow. Cutting Edge T Delilah, exhibited by Kyle Barton of Copake, N.Y. is the Grand Champion Brown Swiss and the 2018 Supreme Champion of both the junior and open shows. Also making history as the inaugural Supreme Champion Heifer of the Junior Show is the Junior Champion of the International Junior Red & White Show, Ms Kress-Hil Saphire-Red-ET, exhibited by Owen and Kendyll Kress and Savanah Barts, Newton, Wis., and the Supreme Champion Heifer, Milksource Gentry Marriot-ET, exhibited by MilkSource Genetics, LLC and Finca Valparaiso of Kaukauna, Wis., the Junior Champion of the International Jersey Show.

Reserve Supreme Champion honors were awarded to the Grand Champion Holstein, Jacobs Lauthority Loana, exhibited by Ferme Jacobs and Pat Conroy of Cap-Sante, Quebec, Canada. Gamlake Destry Sallie, the Grand Champion of the International Junior Holstein Show and exhibited by Samantha Gambonini of Petaluma, Calif., was named Reserve Supreme Champion of the Junior Show.

Rounding out the Supreme Champions named at World Dairy Expo 2018 are the Junior Champion of the International Holstein Show, Milksource Taelyn-ET, exhibited by MilkSource Genetics, LLC and the Junior Champion of the International Junior Ayrshire Show, Four-Hills Burd Sassy 64671, exhibited by Johnathan Hill of Bristol, Vt. These two heifers were awarded the Supreme Champion Heifer and the Supreme Champion Heifer of the Junior Show, respectively.

Companies sponsoring the awards presented to Expo’s Supreme Champions include: Agpro, Inc., BouMatic, Duane T. Cole, DDS, E-Zee Milking Equipment, LLC, Ebert Enterprises LLC, FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative, Frenchville Trailer Sales, LLC, GHD, Ghost Hollow, Golden Calf Company, International Protein Sires, Maple Lawn Farm, Joe and Patti Schluter, Select Sires, Inc., Scott Culbertson, Trans Ova Genetics and Udder Comfort.

Serving as the meeting place of the global dairy industry, World Dairy Expo brings together the latest in dairy innovation and the best cattle in North America. Crowds of nearly 70,000 people, from 100 countries, will return to Madison, Wisconsin for the 52nd annual event, October 2-6, 2018, when the world’s largest dairy-focused trade show, dairy and forage seminars, a world-class dairy cattle show and more will be on display. Visit worlddairyexpo.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat or YouTube for more information. 

 

Holschbach Honored with A.C. “Whitie” Thomson Memorial Award

The 2018 A.C. “Whitie” Thomson Memorial Award was awarded to Mike Holschbach of Heatherstone Enterprises in Baraboo, Wis., at the 2018 World Dairy Expo®. The award honors a herdsman or showman who exhibits exemplary leadership and sportsmanship throughout the show.

Holschbach has spent his life involved in the Holstein industry. Growing up on an internationally recognized farm, where his father was the herd manager, Holschbach had the opportunity to work with some of the finest Holsteins in the breed.

As a youth, he won national dairy judging titles in 4-H, FFA and Intercollegiate contests. In 1981, he became an accredited judge and since then, has judged shows across the United States as well as Europe, Mexico and Brazil. Holschbach has served as his county’s dairy judging coach for more than 15 years and was honored to have two state championship teams.

Holschbach worked his way through school by fitting cattle and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a bachelor’s degree in Dairy Science. In 1977, he was recognized as Wisconsin’s Outstanding Holstein Youth and runner-up for the National Dairy Shrine Student Recognition Award. Upon graduation from UW-Madison, he became an associate with Alvin R Piper at International Holstein Sales and Services in Lake Mills, Wis.

With a desire to breed and develop their own high quality Holsteins, he and his wife returned to and eventually purchased her family’s dairy farm operation, Heatherstone Enterprises in Baraboo, Wis. Heatherstone hosted the first annual Sauk County June Dairy Month Breakfast, two PDCA judging conferences, the Wisconsin Holstein Centennial Picnic and the National Holstein Convention Sale as well as many annual tours. In 1997, they were honored with the Wisconsin Distinguished Youth Holstein Breeder Award.

Holschbach served on the Board of Directors at World Dairy Expo for nearly 20 years, served as President of the Board of Directors from 2008 to 2015 and has attended World Dairy Expo all 52 years.

Serving as the meeting place of the global dairy industry, World Dairy Expo brings together the latest in dairy innovation and the best cattle in North America. Crowds of nearly 70,000 people, from 100 countries, will return to Madison, Wisconsin for the 52nd annual event, October 2-6, 2018, when the world’s largest dairy-focused trade show, dairy and forage seminars, a world-class dairy cattle show and more will be on display. Visit worlddairyexpo.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, or YouTube for more information.

New York’s Barton Wins 2018 Merle Howard Award

Kyle Barton of Copake, N.Y., was named the 15th Merle Howard Award winner at World Dairy Expo® on Saturday, October 6.

Barton would be the first to thank his grandfather, Ken Main and his grandfather’s business partner, Peter Vail, for an incredible opportunity to own and show some of the best Brown Swiss in the world. With that said, Barton also seized the opportunity by working on the grass roots level by handling all show-string tasks including washing, clipping, and working with all the farm’s cattle. 

In a previous interview at WDE, this New York native was quoted as saying, “My grandfather and his business partner have been great mentors, teaching me a great work ethic, and a lot more about show cattle and what to look for. Tim Coon, has been a terrific mentor, too, teaching me about how to care for and prepare show cows. There is no one better.”

The 15th Merle Howard award winner got his start as a six-year-old boy when his grandfather bought him Jersey calf. From that point he was hooked. And since that day, he has been soaking everything in about all things dairy.

Up until this year, Barton’s favorite World Dairy Expo memory would have been when his Brown Swiss cow was named Reserve Supreme Champion of the Junior Show two years ago. That all changed Thursday when his homebred cow, Cutting Edge T Delilah won both the junior and open show of the 2018 International Brown Swiss Show. She will compete for Supreme Champion in both the Junior and Open divisions at the close of the 2018 World Dairy Expo.

Respected among his peers, past Merle Howard award winner, Kelly Reynolds had this to say about Barton, “Kyle always takes time to say hello to fellow exhibitors. He is a humble showman and has graciously won with Delilah all fall. In addition, Kyle can be found doing numerous tasks in the Elite Cattle show string . . . from washing to clipping to bedding to bagging. There is no task he won’t take on.”

1998 Duncan MacKenzie award winner Barrie Potter adds, “Kyle has a very calm demeanor around cows. He’s also a young man who works hard and has a work ethic that mirrors his grandfather’s generation.”

“He’s just such a pleasure to be around. He simply wants to watch the show string and provide the best quality cattle care,” added 2015 Duncan MacKenzie award winner Tim Coon.

Barton is the son of Donna and Michael Barton, both of New York.

All of the previous award winners of the Merle Howard Award were on hand for the award presentation. They include: 2004, Robert Teixeira, Turlock, Calif.; 2005, Matthew Mitchell, Lafollette, Tenn.; 2006, Greta Koebel, Three Oaks, Mich.; 2007, Brandon Ferry, Hilbert, Wis.; 2008, Kelly Lee Reynolds, Corfu, N.Y.; 2009 Kyle Natzke, Fond du Lac, Wis.; 2010 Stephanie Aves, Popular Grove, Ill.; 2011 Karen Anderson Johnson, Willmar, Minn.; 2012 Cy Conard, Sharon Springs, N.Y.; 2013, Cassy Krull, Lake Mills, Wis.; 2014, Jade Jensen Krushke, New Richmond, Wis.; 2015, Jared Dueppengiesser, Perry, N.Y.; 2016, Doug Boop, Millmont, Pa., and 2017, Dawson Nickels, Watertown, Wis.

Merle Howard was a respected dairy industry pioneer. Winner of the 1954 Klussendorf Award, Howard was a herd manager, Holstein classifier and later a sales and export businessman. Serving on the first National Dairy Shrine Board, he became one of only eleven people to receive the 4-E Award for outstanding service.

Serving as the meeting place of the global dairy industry, World Dairy Expo brings together the latest in dairy innovation and the best cattle in North America. Crowds of nearly 70,000 people, from 100 countries, will return to Madison, Wisconsin for the 52nd annual event, October 2-6, 2018, when the world’s largest dairy-focused trade show, dairy and forage seminars, a world-class dairy cattle show and more will be on display. Visit worlddairyexpo.com or follow us on Facebook , TwitterInstagramSnapchat, or YouTube for more information. 

Ontario Sweeps the 2018 WDE Youth Showmanship Contest

337 youth competed in the 2018 World Dairy Expo Youth Showmanship Contest on Thursday, October 4. Youth from around the world competed for top honors in Junior, Intermediate and Senior Showmanship Divisions. Winning the Junior Division, the W. Terry Howard Award and clippers from Andis Company was Keaton Phoenix of Greenbank, Ont., Canada; and the Intermediate Division, the Howard Voegeli Award and clippers from Andis Company was won by Caden Finley of Greenbank, Ont., Canada; and Madison Dyment of Burgessville, Ont., Canada won the Senior Division, the Keith King Award and a semen tank courtesy of MVE Chart. The top 15 individuals of each division received neck ribbons and medallions from E-Zee Milking Equipment, LLC, and the top ten received a cash prize. Other awards given were custom-embroidered jackets, sponsored by FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative to the first place finishers and clippers courtesy of Andis Company to the second place finisher in the Senior Division.

Curtis McNeil, Heather Holme Holsteins, Goderich, Ont., Canada; Jamie Howard, EastGen Regional Sales Manager for Western Ontario, Burgessville, Ont., Canada; and Kelly Reynolds, New York Holstein Association Executive Manager, Corfu, N.Y., placed the Junior, Intermediate and Senior Division, respectively.

Top 15 youth winners of each division are as follows:

Junior (Ages 9-12):

  1. Keaton Phoenix, Greenbank, Ont.
  2. Morgan Howard, Burgessville, Ont.
  3. Sara Dorshorst, Marshfield, Wis.
  4. Rachel Visser, Hutchinson, Minn.
  5. Jaydn Kimball, Windham, Maine
  6. Mason Ziemba, Durhamville, N.Y.
  7. Ava Grace, Hebgen, DeForest, Wis.
  8. Brianna Meyer, Chilton, Wis.
  9. Calvin Bening, Arlington, Minn.
  10. Johnathon Clark, Cornish, N.H.
  11. Kennedy Kimball, Windham, Maine
  12. Macie Noble, Lancaster, Wis.
  13. Cole Sarbacker, Edgerton, Wis.
  14. Jacob Harbaugh, Marion, Wis.
  15. Campbell Booth, Plymouth, Wis.

Intermediate (Ages 13-16):

  1. Caden Finley, Greenbank, Ont.
  2. Jordan Hawthorne, Listowel, Ont.
  3. Dylan Brantner, Evans City, Pa.
  4. Taylor Vander Meulen, Brighton, Ont.
  5. Dana Sickles, Marengo, Iowa
  6. Brooke Krueger, Hazel Green, Wis.
  7. Kolton Crack, Cleveland, Qué.
  8. Cassie Gebert, Wawaka, Ind.
  9. Mallory Rhodes, Millport, N.Y.
  10. Chandler Bening, Arlington, Minn.
  11. Alek Krueger, Hazel Green, Wis.
  12. Zachary Paul, Worden, Ill.
  13. Eden Groff, Ronks, Pa.
  14. Ashlyn Sarbacker, Edgerton, Wis.
  15. Ella Bauer, Hayfield, Minn.

Senior (Ages 17-20):  

  1. Madison Dyment, Burgessville, Ont.
  2. Megan Ford, Thornbury, Ont.
  3. Mike Podschadly, Armstrong, B.C.
  4. Olivia Brandenburg, Fort Atkinson, Wis.
  5. Emily Mikel, Stafford, N.Y.
  6. Nicki Meier, Abbotsford, B.C.
  7. Brent Sayles, Paris, Ont.
  8. Jodie Stoker, Abbotsford, B.C.
  9. Jared Dickman, Lanark, Ill.
  10. Hannah Nelson, Ellsworth, Wis.
  11. Brent Sikma, Newcastle, Ont.
  12. Nathan Arthur, Sumner, Iowa
  13. Jonathan Hubbard, Thurmont, Md.
  14. Katie Anderson, Yarroweyah, Australia
  15. Jackie Bortner, Spring Grove, Pa.

This year’s Expo Youth Showmanship Contest sponsors included: Andis Company, Double S Liquid Feed Services, Inc., E-Zee Milking Equipment, LLC, FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative, Masters Choice Hybrids, MVE Chart, Y-Tex Corporation and Wahl Clipper & Lister Shearing.

Serving as the meeting place of the global dairy industry, World Dairy Expo brings together the latest in dairy innovation and the best cattle in North America. Crowds of nearly 70,000 people, from 100 countries, will return to Madison, Wisconsin for the 52nd annual event, October 2-6, 2018, when the world’s largest dairy-focused trade show, dairy forage seminars, world-class dairy cattle show and more will be on display. Visit worlddairyexpo.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat or Youtube for more information.

New York Holstein Breeder Wins 2018 Klussendorf Award

Adam Liddle of Arygle, N.Y., was named the 77th winner of the Klussendorf Award, the highest recognition given to a dairy cattle showman in the United States during the 52nd World Dairy Expo®. Liddle is a self-made man who worked hard to learn from others and eventually built up enough equity to rent, and then buy, his own dairy farm. Throughout that journey, he eventually started an eight-year run in which he either bred or owned an All American nominee each and every year. 

The award is given in memory of Arthur B. Klussendorf, considered an outstanding showman of his time and a model for all those who have followed him. This year’s selection was made by members of the Klussendorf Memorial Association, formed in 1937, at its annual meeting held earlier this week in Madison, Wis. Liddle received the silver trophy designed by Tiffany Jewelers of New York City.

This year’s winner learned early on the value of great cow families when he spent his teenage years working with his family at Pamtom Farm in Hudson Falls, New York. During that time span, the farm garnered two Premier Exhibitor banners at World Dairy Expo. From that foundation, Liddle went on to work for Ridgedale Farm in Sharon Springs, New York, where he had the opportunity to work with great cows and gained an even deeper appreciation for deep cow families.

By 1999, this year’s Klussendorf winner branched out on his own with a rented facility that he and his wife purchased just three years later. Within the next decade, Liddle developed an impressive herd. His diligence not only earned him the New York Holstein Association’s Outstanding Young Breeder Award in 2007, it also led to a highly successful sale the very next year.

That Liddleholme Farm dispersal averaged $7,573 on 179 lots for a total gross of $1.2 million. Award nominators Wayne Conard and Steve Briggs state, “It will go down in history as one of the greatest herd sales in New York state history.” Cattle were sold to 17 states and two Canadian provinces.

Liddle also has a distinguished judging career that has taken him to Europe, Africa, Australia, and throughout North America. At World Dairy Expo, he has judged the International Guernsey, Junior Holstein, Holstein and Red & White Shows over the past decade. Adam and his wife, Nicole, have three children — Anthony, Brock, and Hailee.

Serving as the meeting place of the global dairy industry, World Dairy Expo brings together the latest in dairy innovation and the best cattle in North America. Crowds of nearly 70,000 people, from 100 countries, will return to Madison, Wisconsin for the 52nd annual event, October 2-6, 2018, when the world’s largest dairy-focused trade show, dairy and forage seminars, a world-class dairy cattle show and more will be on display. Visit worlddairyexpo.com or follow us on Facebook , TwitterInstagramSnapchat, or YouTube for more information. 

Maryland Ayrshire breeder wins the Klussendorf-MacKenzie Award

Evan Creek of Hagerstown, Md., was presented the 28th Klussendorf-MacKenzie Award during the 52nd World Dairy Expo, in memory of Duncan MacKenzie, the 1961 Klussendorf winner. This year’s Duncan MacKenzie winner is first class. He is a man who will look you in you in the eye and respectfully call you “sir or ma’am” and is always sure to say a very sincere “Thank you”.

The list of Klussendorf and Klussendorf MacKenzie winners whom Creek has worked with for sales and shows is extensive. That’s because he is a “go-to guy” for many people. That list includes MD Maple Dell, Triple-T, Arethusa, Kueffner, Sherona Hill, Glamourview, Windy-Knoll-View, Waverly, Snider Homestead, Duckett, Gil-Tex, Oakfield Corners, River Valley, MD-Hillbrook, Morrell, Pappy’s, Van Exel, Elite, and Bendig. This list could go on and fill a book of herds that trust the care of their top animals to this talented individual.

Creek started out his career by developing a firm foundation through 4-H and FFA and bred and owned many junior and open All-American nominees. He also has bred numerous sires that have successfully influenced the breed through their active service in A.I. programs. One of those bulls is the reigning Premier Sire of both the heifer and cow show at World Dairy Expo, having earned that title for the fifth consecutive year at this year’s show. That bull is Palmyra Tri-Star Burdette-ET.

That’s not all. Nearly everyone will recognize his homebred cow – Palmyra Berkely P Ruth-ET – who successfully defended her 2017 title as Grand Champion of the International Ayrshire Show at World Dairy Expo earlier in the week. Ruth, along with her herdmates, gave Palymra Farms of Hagerstown, Md., both the 2018 WDE Premier Breeder and Premier Exhibitor banner to Evan Creek and his family.

While Evan has an impressive dairy résumé, it’s most important to note that he exemplifies the standards that made Duncan MacKenzie the forbearer of this award.

Serving as the meeting place of the global dairy industry, World Dairy Expo brings together the latest in dairy innovation and the best cattle in North America. Crowds of nearly 70,000 people, from 100 countries, will return to Madison, Wisconsin for the 52nd annual event, October 2-6, 2018, when the world’s largest dairy-focused trade show, dairy and forage seminars, a world-class dairy cattle show and more will be on display. Visit worlddairyexpo.com or follow us on Facebook , TwitterInstagramSnapchat, or YouTube for more information. 

International Holstein Show 2018

Date: October 5th 2018
Judge:  Carl Phoenix

Six-Year-Old and Older Cow, Jacobs Lauthority Loana, made a clean sweep of the International Holstein Shown on Saturday, October 6, winning Senior Champion, Champion Bred & Owned and Grand Champion. Owned by Ferme Jacobs and Pat Conroy, Cap-Sante, Qué., Canada, Loana was presented with the $1,000 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award and the Allen Hetts Grand Champion Trophy. Second in the Six-Year-Old Cow Class, Reserve Senior Champion and Reserve Grand Champion of the International Holstein Show was Weeks Dundee Anika, exhibited by MilkSource Genetics, LLC of Kaukauna, Wis.

Other champion cows in the International Holstein Show are Intermediate Champion Female, Erbacres Snapple Shakira-ET, exhibited by Ferme Jacobs, Ty-D Holsteins, Kilian Theraulaz, Ferme Antelimarck and C&F Jacobs of Cap-Sante, Qué., Canada., and Reserve Intermediate Champion, Unique Dempsey Cheers, exhibited by Budjon, Abbott, Vail, Woodmansee & Ferme Blondin of Lomira, Wis. As Intermediate Champion, Shakira was awarded a free ovum pick-up, compliments of Vytelle LLC.

Milksource Taelyn-ET, the top Summer Yearling Heifer and Junior Champion of the International Holstein Show, is owned by MilkSource Genetics, LLC of Kaukauna, Wis. Garay Doorman Blind Date, exhibited by Jm Valley, Fortale and JP Proulx of Amqui, Qué., Canada, was the winning Fall Heifer Calf and Reserve Junior Champion.

Winning Premier Breeder of the International Holstein Show was Ferme Jacobs of Cap-Sante, Qué., Canada. Duckett Holsteins of Rudolph, Wis, was honored as Premier Exhibitor. Braedale Goldwyn became a ten-time Premier Sire of the International Holstein Show while Premier Sire of the Heifer Show was Val-Bisson Doorman-ET. Oakfield Corners Dairy of Oakfield, N.Y. took home the title of Premier Breeder of the Heifer Show. Premier Exhibitor of the Heifer Show was Glamourview – Iager and Walton of Walkersville, Md. Premier Sire of the Heifer Show was Val-Bisson Doorman-ET.

Jacobs Lauthority Loana
Grand & Champion, Senior Champion, Grand Champion Bred & Owned
2018 International Holstein Show
Ferme Jacobs & Pat Conroy

Senior and Grand Champion Female: Jacobs Lauthority Loana, Ferme Jacobs & Pat Conroy, Cap-Sante, QC
Reserve Senior and Reserve Grand Champion Female: Weeks Dundee Anika, MilkSource Genetics, LLC, Kaukauna, WI
HM Senior Champion and HM Grand Champion Female: Co-Vale Dempsy Dina 4270-ET, Ransom Rail and MilkSource Genetics, LLC, Kaukauna, WI

Grand Champion Bred & Owned Female: Jacobs Lauthority Loana, Ferme Jacobs & Pat Conroy, Cap-Sante, QC

Erbacres Snapple Shakira-ET
Intermediate Champion – 2018 International Holstein Show
Ferme Jacobs, Ty-D Holsteins, Kilian Theraulaz, Ferme Antelimarck, C&f Jacobs

Intermediate Champion Female: Erbacres Snapple Shakira-ET, Ferme Jacobs, Ty-D Holsteins, Kilian Theraulaz, Ferme Antelimarck, C&f Jacobs, Cap-Sante, QC
Reserve Intermediate Champion Female: Unique Dempsey Cheers, Budjon, Abbott, Vail, Woodmansee & Ferme Blondin, Lomira, WI
HM Intermediate Champion Female: Ms Goldwyn Saturday-ET, Ferme Jacobs, Ferme Intense and W. Morrille, Cap-Santé, QC

Milksource Taelyn-ET
Junior Champion – 2018 International Holstein Show
Milk Source, LLC

Junior Champion Female: Milksource Taelyn-ET, MilkSource Genetics, LLC, Kaukauna, WI
Reserve Junior Champion Female: Garay Doorman Blind Date, Jm Valley , Fortale, Jp Proulx, Amqui, QC
Honorable Mention: Knonaudale Snylodge Jasmine, Makayla & Kaleb Osinga, Hico, TX 

Best Bred & Owned : Jacobs Lauthority Loana, Ferme Jacobs & Pat Conroy, Cap-Sante, QC 

Premier Breeder

1. Ferme Jacobs, cap-Sante QC
2. Triple-T Holsteins, North Lewisburg, Ohio

Premier Exhibitor

1. Mike & Julie Duckett, Rudolph, WI    
2. MilkSource Genetics, LLC, Kaukauna, WI    

Premier Sire

1. Goldwyn
2. Doorman

 

Spring Heifer Calf

Reyncrest Avalnche Lusha-ET
1st place Spring Calf
2018 International Holstein Show
Pat Conroy, Clark Valley and London Dairy

Pl B&O Entry Name Owner Location B&O
1   3145 Reyncrest Avalnche Lusha-ET Pat Conroy, Clark Valley and London Dairy Angola, IN N
2 1 3122 Blondin T&L Avalanche Angelina Glamourview-Iager & Walton Walkersville, MD Y
3   3106 Show-Mar D-Back Uppercut Dylan Brantner Evans City, PA Y
4   3126 Jacobs Unix Velour Ferme Jacobs Cap-Sante, QC Y
5   3117 Kamps-RX Appleb Atbest-ET Select Farm & Export and Ferardo & Jose Gonzales Hanover, ON N
6   3124 Camp-Gold Doorman Diva10-ET Mike and Cindy Weimer And Wade Sturgeon Emlenton, PA Y
7   3128 Lizettes Avalanch Laynie-ET Westcoast Holsteins Chilliwack, BC N
8   3144 Red-Brae Doorman Theresa-ET Elise & Brady Bleck Glenbeulah, WI Y
9   3114 Budjon-Vail Bubbly Girl-ET Westcoast Holsteins Chilliwack, BC N
10   3123 Budjon-Abbott Avl Anitta-ET Glamourview-Iager & Walton Walkersville, MD N
11   3101 Wi Fischerdale Kboy Exist Payton, Braelyn & Reagan Sarbacker Verona, WI Y
12   3110 Siemers Avch Haylina-ET Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers Newton, WI Y
13   3140 Ms Solomon Karrots M Decker, M Farber, S & J Swarts Wantage, NJ Y
14   3112 ZBW M Kd Lori Mason Ziemba Durhamville, NY Y
15   3105 Reyncrest Solomn Lucille-ET Andrew Reynolds Corfu, NY Y
16   3118 T-Triple-T Prime Suspect Colton Thomas North Lewisburg, OH Y
17   3119 Budjon-Vail A Cover Girl-ET Rodney Bohnhoff Plymouth, WI N
18   3104 Ms Macland T&L Chase Gold Scott Culbertson and T&L Cattle Company Elgin, MN Y
19   3147 Souvenir Classic Bombay Savannah & Kolton Crack Richmond, QC N
20   3137 Lizettes Avalanch Lattice-ET Westcoast Holsteins Chilliwack, BC N
21   3129 Maple Flat B Crush Delight Chris & Jen Hill and Winright Holsteins Thurmont, MD N
22   3136 Lindlaur Diamondback Andie Lindsay and Lauren L’Amoreaux Louisville, OH N
23   3133 Damestar Unix Ivory Ferme Jacobs & Ferme Jean-Paul Petitclerc Et Fils Cap-Sante, QC N
24   3139 Ms Smith Oak Doorman Salsa Chris & Jen Hill and Bill Smith Thurmont, MD Y
25   3127 K-Hurst Doorman Peakaboo-ET Franchise, Silver-Mist and Hullcrest Ashville, OH N
26   3107 Xcaret Doorman Maui Tim Hoese, Kate & Cooper Heeren Glencoe, MN Y
27   3142 Ocean-View Heaven Sent-ET Ocean View Genetics Deerfield, WI Y
28   3121 Ms Pg Pv All In Kanani Price and Kristopher Ackley Jonesboro, IN Y
29   3132 Cherry Crest Scalene Cherry Crest, Weavercroft West Salem, OH Y
30   3111 Siemers Jcby Molly 29227-ET Jake, Connor & Lauren Siemers Newton, WI Y
31   3143 Our-Favorite Charming-ET Todd and Mary Stanek Fall Creek, WI Y
32   3108 Gibbs Dman Big Smile-ET Heath & Payton Gibbs Epworth, IA Y
33   3116 Banowetz Crush Skylite Levi Banowetz Charlotte, IA Y
34   3113 B-J-Grove Crush Rammie-TW Kasey Clanton Mulberry Grove, IL Y
35   3138 Ms Beauty Aval Blush-ET Brooke M Clark of GMC Farm Cornish Flat, NH N
36   3141 OCD Callen Analise Kenlee Philips Lingleville, TX N
37   3100 All-Glo Solomon Keurig Justin & Ashley Kaufman Berlin, PA Y
38   3120 Ms Fairholm Temptation-ET Darren Ropp and Delbert Dahl Strawn, IL N
39   3109 DJ-Purepride Fire and Ice-ET Wayne & Samantha Giese Edgar, WI N
40   3135 Indies-View-GW Lorelei Ammo Garrett Schmidt Melrose, WI Y
41   3102 Sco-Lo Avalanche Roll On-ET M. Sprecher, K Zapalac & S Paulson Arlington, WI N
42   3103 Cloverhill DM Anyas Abra-ET Joseph, Tammy & Megan Kirchner Memphis, MO N
NP   3134 Ernest-Anthony Acme Addy-ET Joseph, Tammy & Megan Kirchner Memphis, MO N

Winter Heifer Calf

Beslea Doorman Lattitude
1st place Winter Calf
2018 International Holstein Show
Rick & Shannon Allyn Jeremiah Lungwitz

Pl B&O Entry Name Owner Location B&O
1   3150 Beslea Doorman Lattitude Rick & Shannon Allyn Jeremiah Lungwitz Canaan, CT N
2 1 3193 Sun-Made Crave Drn Diane-ET Crave Brothers Farm LLC Waterloo, WI Y
3   3170 Miss Ocd Doorm Georgette-ET Oakfield Corners Dairy Oakfield, NY Y
4   3192 RJohn Prestige Champion Dawson Nickels, Madison & Melanie Sarbacker Watertown, WI N
5   3153 All-Glo Byway Montral-ET Eaton Holsteins, Clarkvalley, Mt. Elgin Marietta, NY N
6   3188 Geno Doorman Tesla Ferme Cerpolait St-Louis, QC N
7   3184 Pfaffsway Defiant Jen A Kole & Beau Trapp, Olivia Pfaff and Fred Ullom Taylor, WI Y
8   3186 Desperle Shanie Gold Chip Kylie Osinga Hico, TX N
9   3176 Duckett Doorman Gina-ET Mike & Julie Duckett Rudolph, WI Y
10   3190 Mcwilliams Attic Delight Doeberiener, Conroy, Burdette, Bowen West Salem, OH N
11   3160 Quietcove First Class-ET David Dyment, Kathleen O’Keefe & Dusty Schirm Hammond, WI N
12   3180 Keystone Solomon Allstar Ella Hlavaty and Luke Seipt Lititz, PA Y
13   3173 BHL-HA Faiths Fame Kennedy Kimball and Noah Reid Windham, ME Y
14   3187 Eastriver Dempsey Coralie 556 Glamourview-Iager & Walton Walkersville, MD N
15   3164 Ren-Bow Corvette Lollipop Olivia & Lillian Finke and Ruth Baumbauer London, OH N
16   3166 Crave Expander Gabe 11141 Roseanne Crave Waterloo, WI Y
17   3174 Cash Atwood Danae Precision Genetics Chilliwack, BC Y
18   3165 Bucks-Pride Slater Maria Bucks Pride LLC Bloomville, OH Y
19   3172 Ocd Blake Findlay-ET Joseph & Amanda Nash & Oakfield Corners Lyndonville, NY Y
20   3149 Comestar Lautastar Goldwyn_et Doeberiener, Bowen and Schilling West Salem, OH N
21   3167 Quietcove Foxys Baffle Me Lilly A & Trapper C Elsass Wapakoneta, OH Y
22   3156 Fairmont Octane Luster Savannah & Kolton Crack Richmond, QC N
23   3158 Frankhaven Goldwyn Fancy-ET Doeberiener, Bowen and Dyment West Salem, OH N
24   3181 Lanormande Highoctane Lilly Westcoast Holsteins Chilliwack, BC N
25   3183 Ms Roll-N-View Jacoby Dream Kinsey Maes Lebanon, PA N
26   3151 Ms Pg Pv Beem Of Light H & H McIsaac and M, M & M Price Martinton, IL Y
27   3157 Fairmont Avalanche Amelia-ET Jaydn & Kennedy Kimball and Noah Reid Windham, ME N
28   3178 Gbm C Jills Jewel Greg, Kimberly & Kayla Moret Prairie Du Chien, WI Y
29   3177 Fer-Crest Thunderstruck Rhett, Shanelle, Wyatt & Garett Borth Ellsworth, WI N
30   3194 TS Dorman Arri-ET Mallory Nifong Orfordville, WI N
31   3155 B-J-Grove Doorman Bugsy-ET Kasey Clanton Mulberry Grove, IL Y
32   3161 Topp-View Union Adrenaline Robb Hart and Matt MacLaury Chittenango, NY N
33   3168 RuAnn Jacob Sachse-75891-ET Caydee Weese Turlock, CA N
34   3175 Duckett Doorman Gail-ET Walker & Carter Behnken Omaha, NE N
35   3159 Kellercrest Crush Lip-Stick Kimberly Keller Mt. Horeb, WI Y
36   3154 Ms Thorgyway Mogul Loveable Jenna Thorgerson Sheldon, WI Y

Fall Heifer Calf

Garay Doorman Blind Date
1st place Senior Calf
2018 International Holstein Show
Jm Valley , Fortale, Jp Proulx

Pl B&O Entry Name Owner Location B&O
1   3204 Garay Doorman Blind Date Jm Valley , Fortale, Jp Proulx Amqui, QC N
2   3233 Knonaudale Snylodge Jasmine Makayla & Kaleb Osinga Hico, TX N
3   3209 Luncrest Ambission-1924-ET Ferme Glauser Et Fils Pike River, QC N
4   3216 Savage-Leigh Lalas First-ET Sebastien Dion Saint Marie, QC N
5   3222 Kampy Corvette Gretchen Aleah Farms, Kingsway Farms, Werrhurst Holsteins Beaverton, ON N
6   3227 All-Glo Okool Tully Eaton Holsteins, Clarkvalley, Mt. Elgin Marietta, NY N
7 1 3232 Jacobs Gold Chip Version Ferme Jacobs Cap-Sante, QC Y
8   3211 Miley Avalanche Genessee-ET Doeberiener, Bowen, Conroy, Miley Holsteins West Salem, OH Y
9   3220 Desperle Bunny Doorman Eaton, Clark Valley, Boulet Granville, NY N
10   3224 OCD Defiant Lethal-ET Oakfield Corners Dairy Oakfield, NY Y
11   3239 Reyncrest Byway Letty-ET Andrew Reynolds Corfu, NY Y
12   3212 Ryan-Vu Doorman Risin Shine Dylan & Cameron Ryan Fond Du Lac, WI Y
13   3203 Ransom-Rail Adhere Willow Mallory Rhodes Millport, NY N
14   3196 Garay Doorman Bellamy Lookout, Garay, Halbach Canton De Hatley, QC N
15   3223 Lakeshore Doorman Blaze-ET Taylor Powell Tremont, IL Y
16   3202 Winright Atwood Kiss Brian Joseph Enright Winchester, ON Y
17   3200 Holbric Ammo-P Ampule Morgan Olbrich Harvard, IL Y
18   3238 R-E-W So Lois Michael R Wolf Lebanon, CT Y
19   3235 Milksource Dempsey Amour MilkSource Genetics, LLC Kaukauna, WI Y
20   3237 Petitclerc Solomon Tropic N Bilz, K Chambers & K Schachelmayer Dorchester, WI N
21   3218 Zehrview Aftershock Hi-Whey Rosalee Zehr Pontiac, IL Y
22   3208 Cerpolait Peter Sunday Ferme Cerpolait St-Louis, QC Y
23   3230 Crave Solomon Sophia-ET Roseanne Crave Waterloo, WI Y
24   3234 Lehoux Control Fabuleuse Doeberiener, Bowen, Conroy West Salem, OH N
25   3217 T-Triple-T-Ent Primetime-ET Triple-T, Entourage-Lc & Tim Cummings North Lewisburg, OH Y
26   3206 Crazy-Chaos Byway Harmony Ben Johnson New Carlisle, IN N
27   3214 Macland Rachels Ranaway Dusty & Nicole Schirm, Lourenco Pires & Joseph Osinga Ashville, OH N
28   3215 Oakfield-Bro Sirw Fickel-ET Robert Fasbender Cornell, WI N
29   3210 Sunkist Mario Kiara Benjamin Donnay Glencoe,, MN Y
30   3228 Arthurcreek Kingboy Chill Brylie Volker Sumner, IA N
31   3199 Maple-Downs Immunity Jill Kelsey Campbell Middleburgh, NY N
32   3207 Rbcc-Xtreme V Solm Evilseye Rhett, Shanelle, Wyatt & Garett Borth Ellsworth, WI Y
33   3205 Arthurcreek Candy Crush-ET Ian Adrian Lancaster, WI N
34   3225 Ryan-Mvloo Solo Response-ET Claire Betley Pulaski, WI N