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Farm News: Canadian Cow Tops Expo

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Posted: 10.10.2011

A five year old Canadian Holstein was selected Supreme Champion - capping off a very successful World Dairy Expo on Saturday.

The Supreme Champion of the 2011 World Dairy Expo is a five-year-old cow who hails from Ponoka, Alberta.

The Grand Champion Holstein, Eastside Lewisdale Gold Missy, paraded across the colored shavings to win the Supreme Champion honors, along with $1,500 Cash Award from BouMatic, a royal blanket courtesy of Agpro, Inc., Paris, Texas and a director’s chair sponsored by Royal Brand Embroidery, Ellsworth, Wisconsin. Missy is owned by Morsan, Van Ruinen Dairy, M. Butz and G. Andreasen.

The Reserve Champion title was earned by the Grand Champion Jersey, Pine Haven SSM Marmie, owned by Nic, Jeni, Ben and Andy Sauder of Tremont, Illinois.  Marmie is sired by Select-Scott Minister-ET and is a Four-Year-Old Cow. The Reserve Champion was awarded $1,000 from Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc., Saint Joseph, Missouri; a royal blanket courtesy of NuPulse, McFarland, Wisconsin and a director’s chair courtesy of Royal Brand Embroidery of Ellsworth, Wisconsin. 

In the Junior show at World Dairy Expo - for the third year in a row, Ben Sauder of Tremont, Illinois exhibited the Junior Supreme Champion.  Sauder’s Jersey Junior Three-Year-Old Cow, South Mountain Voltage Spice-ET is sired by Golden Elliott Voltage. Supreme Champion of the Junior Show receives a $1,000 Cash Award courtesy of BouMatic. A royal blanket courtesy of Select Sires, Inc., Plain City, Ohio and a director’s chair sponsored by Royal Brand Embroidery of Ellsworth, Wisconsin were also awarded.

Britney Hill of Bristol, VT won the Reserve Supreme Champion of the Junior Show with her Red & White Four-Year-Old Cow, Ainger Advent Jessa-Red who is sired by KHW Kite Advent-Red. Reserve Supreme Champion of the Junior Show will receive a $500 Cash Award courtesy of Udder Comfort. Ameriprint of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin sponsored the royal blanket.  A director’s chair was presented in memory of Nelson Rehder, courtesy of Maple Lawn Farm, Tom Lyon Family, Westfield, Wisconsin. 

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