Ayrshire Cow Takes Supreme at York 4-H Dairy Show

8/23/2014 7:00 AM

The York County 4-H Dairy Show combined with the York County Holstein Association for their show on July 14 at the York County 4-H Center.

Walk-Le Holsteins from Thomasville won the premier breeder and premier exhibitor banners. All breeds were represented at the show.

Grand champion Ayrshire went to Rebekah Baumgardner from Dillsburg and reserve champion was awarded to Nicole Guise from Spring Grove.

The grand champion Brown Swiss went to a single Brown Swiss entry owned by Brooke Bortner from Spring Grove.

The Doll family from Glen Rock swept the Holstein show with Ben Doll winning grand champion and his brother Kasey winning reserve champion.

In the Jersey show, Max Cooper from Delta had the grand champion and Brooke Bortner of Spring Grove was reserve champion.

In the Milking Shorthorn show, siblings Casidee and Carson Crowl were grand and reserve champions.

In the Red and White breed show Cody Walker from Thomasville was grand champion with Jacalyn Bortner following with reserve champion.

Kayce Doll of Glen Rock was awarded the best bred and owned animal of the show with the award being sponsored by Sunnyside-L Farm.

Supreme champion heifer of the show went to Grant Cooper from Delta. The supreme champion cow was awarded to Rebekah Baumgardner of Dillsburg. Both awards were sponsored by Coredale Farm.

In the youth showmanship contest, Max Cooper edged out his sister Emily to win the grand champion title. Emily Cooper was reserve champion.

Winners in the age divisions were: Emily Cooper, senior; Jacalyn Bortner, 12-14 year olds; Max Cooper, 10-11 year olds; Brock Morris 8-9 year olds; and Dakota Mayle, novice.

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