NAILE Supreme Champion Cow

The judges each made their selection and the votes were tallied and it was the Jersey, Hirds Colton Dream, owned by Keightley-Core and Borba, Salvisa, KY that took home top honors and the awards for Supreme Champion Cow. Reserve honors went to the Ayrshire, Miss Brianna of Iowayshire, owned by Dana & Madison Sickles of Iowa. For more photos from the Supreme Championship, check out the gallery at later this week. #NAILE #Jersey #Ayrshire

NAILE Supreme Champions

As the crews were packing trailers and preparing for travel home to all parts of the country, the hustle and bustle stopped for a few moments as the Supreme Championship unfolded. One last parade across the shavings was had for the Grand Champions of the breed shows held Sunday through Tuesday afternoon. And the various officials were on hand to select the Supreme from amongst the outstanding cows that were presented one last time at the final show of the year for most. Takin

Wisconsin Cows take the banners of Southeast National Brown Swiss Show

The Southeast National Brown Swiss Show was held on Tuesday, November 7, in Louisville, Kentucky, with Richard Hill of New York serving as the official judge. Random Luck Farm took home champion honors with their winning Component Merit cow and Aged Cows. Honorable Mention went to the Intermediate Champion owned by Hayden Hauschildt, also of Wisconsin. Random Luck L Talula was crowned Grand and Senior Champion of the show for her owner Matthew Thompson. Random Luck B Tea Rose

Miss Brianna repeats as Grand of NAILE Ayrshire show

Dave Bergeron of Canada judged the Southern National Ayrshire Show in Louisville, Kentucky on November 7. Miss Brianna of Iowayshire repeated her championship performance from the National Junior Show on Saturday to take home the banner for the Sickles family of Iowa once again. Reserve honors went to Dela Plain Vicking Lady exhibited by GlamourView of Maryland and Honorable Mention was Ridale Burdette Shique-Et exhibited by Ridale Genetics of Massachusetts. Junior Champion h

Snider Homestead captures Grand title for Guernseys

Taking home top honors was Sniders Garrett Ashanti owned by the Gables of Pennsylvania. The multiple All-American, 94-point Land of Living P Garrett-ET daughter is out of a 93-point Gold Star Dam who is a daughter of the EX-95 Altann. Reserve honors went to Coulee Crest Carter Georgia EX-91 owned by the Stoltzfus family of Pennsylvania. Honorable Mention was the Fight-Bac Guernsey Gold Futurity and Intermediate Champion winner Sniders Rebel Jayso, also owned by Snider Homeste

Triple Crown Heifer at National Guernsey Show wins Junior Champion

Judges Chris Lang of Ohio and Richard Giddings of Vermont placed the Guernsey heifers last evening and Judge Lang tapped the winning Winter Calf Warwick Manor LS Sky ET for Junior Champion. She became the breeds' newest Triple Crown when she won her class earlier in the evening after topping both the NGS-Harrisburg and NGS-Madison classes. She is owned by Kolby Stoltzfus of East Earl, PA and is sired by Springhill J Lone Star-ET out of a 92-point Caden with 1,196F. Reserve ho

National Junior Brown Swiss Grand Champion banner captured by Wisconsin cow

The Southeast National Junior Show was judged by Jeff Ziegler of Ohio. Allison Thompson of Wisconsin owned the Grand Champion cow, Random Luck B Tea Rose, the winning Aged Cow. Taking the Reserve banner home was the Component Merit cow led by Dalton Freeman of Indiana, Jonlee Secret Langwathby. Junior Champion honors went to Madelyn Topp's winning Fall Calf, Johann Jongleur Amaze from Ohio. The Reserve Junior Champion was the Summer Yearling, Posey-Creek Barkin Brynnda, owned

Iowa Ayrshire takes National Junior Show

Judge Molly Sloan handled the official duties for the 2017 National Junior Ayrshire Show in Louisville, Kentucky, on Satruday evening, November 4. Dana Sickles topped the show with her Five-Year-Old cow, Miss Brianna of Iowayside. Taking reserve honors home was the Four-Year-Old owned by Dakota Hall of Oklahoma with Agawam Burdette Embry. Intermediate Champions were the winning Senior Three-Year-Old and Junior Three-Year-Olds. Intermedaite Champion is Trinkle Farms BJack Emil