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HOLSTEIN NEWS Official Publication of the Ohio Holstein Association

Volume 90 Number 4 SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2018

Published 5 times per year in February, April, June, October and December by the OHIO HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION P.O. Box 479, Wooster, OH 44691 www.ohioholstein.com Subscription price in the U.S. is $30.00 per year ($10 per year for Junior Members). The NEWS subscription list is filed geographically by town and state. When you change your address, please be sure to give us your old address as well as the new one. Advertising rates available upon request. News and advertising forms close one month preceding date of issue. Address all mail to the: OHIO NEWS P.O. Box 479 • Wooster, OH 44691 330-264-9088 • Fax 330-263-1653 Email farm.writer@hotmail.com Send UPS or Fed Ex to 1375 Heyl Rd., Wooster, OH 44691 OFFICE STAFF Executive Director.......................................Tom Thorbahn cell 419-366-8135 crimsonswissrus@aol.com Office Secretary...............................................Diana Miley oholstein@sssnet.com Director, Marketing & Member Services. . David Gunkelman cell 330-464-3259 drgunkelman@yahoo.com Editor.............................................................Melissa Hart cell 517-398-1957 farm.writer@hotmail.com Webmaster......................................................Peter Spike spikeptr@aol.com OFFICERS President: Paul Haskins, Butler....................419-618-4028 Vice President: William Indoe, Lodi.............330-608-9770 Secretary: Ethan Steiner, Marshallville........330-466-8961 Treasurer: Lisa Mangun, Burbank................330-435-6520 EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS Randall Kiko, Salem - Past President...........330-831-0174 Scott Sprunger, Dalton................................330-465-0622 Ryan Welch, Polk.........................................419-651-5281

The Board of Directors of the Ohio Holstein Association has adopted the following: “The Mission of the Ohio Holstein Association is to provide services and programs to its members and young people so that they might attain a better living from their involvement with Holsteins.”

Contents

A Message From the Executive Director, Tom Thorbahn.............................................................. 5 A Message From the President, Paul Haskins.................................................................................... 6 District 1 & 2 Show Results.....................................................................................................................10 Plainfield Farms Hosts Fall Tour............................................................................................................12 The 61st National Holstein Futurity....................................................................................................14 Ohio Holstein Women.............................................................................................................................16 Ohio Holstein Marketing Buzz..............................................................................................................18 Ohio State Fair Holstein Jr. & Mid-East Summer National Jr. Holstein Show Results........20 Mid-East Summer National Red & White Show Results...............................................................21 Mid-East Summer National Holstein Show Results.......................................................................22 BarbWire, A Milk Bucket List, by Barb Lumley...................................................................................24 In Memoriam..............................................................................................................................................24 Holstein Grapevine...................................................................................................................................25 Calendar of Events....................................................................................................................................25 District 3 Show Results............................................................................................................................27 District 5 Show Results............................................................................................................................27 District 7 Show Results............................................................................................................................28 District 8 Show Results............................................................................................................................28 District 9 Show Results............................................................................................................................29 District 10 Show Results..........................................................................................................................33 District 11 Show Results..........................................................................................................................33 Mid-East Summer National Red & White Show Sponsors...........................................................34 District 15 Show Results..........................................................................................................................35 Yesterday’s Cowpath, by Barb Lumley...............................................................................................39 Mid-East Summer National Red & White Junior Show.................................................................40 Ohio Junior Holstein Membership Directory............................................................................41-44 Ohio State Fair Holstein Show Sponsors...........................................................................................44 National Holstein Futurity Rules & Form.....................................................................................45-46 Index to Advertisers.................................................................................................................................49

NATIONAL DIRECTOR Steve Moff, Columbiana .............................330-482-9018 BOARD MEMBERS Dist. 1 Gary Kibler, Warren...........................330-770-8014 Dist. 2 Rod Campbell, Minerva....................330-862-2028 Distr. 3 Steve Specht, Dover.........................330-343-1158 Dist. 4 Jen Bouton, Mt. Vernon....................740-507-8271 Dist. 5 Dallas Rynd, Ashville........................740-207-5005 Dist. 7 Scott Sprunger, Dalton.....................330-465-0622 Dist. 7 Joe Miley, West Salem......................330-263-7814 Dist. 8 Ryan Welch, Polk..............................419-651-5281 Dist. 9 Joe Cole, Bloomville..........................740-396-0454 Dist. 10 Dan Morlock, Pemberville..............419-265-5771 Dist. 11 Kristy Ackley, East Liberty...............937-666-5502 Dist. 12 Kurt Topp, New Breman..................330-464-4960 Dist. 13 Open Dist. 14 Eric Topp, Wapakoneta....................419-953-3427 Dist. 15 Donald Bickel, New Vienna.............937-218-2697 Postmaster: Send address changes to: Ohio News, P.O. Box 479, Wooster, OH 44691

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Just For The Juniors

Junior News Update, by Maggie Mathews......................................................................................11 The Queen’s Corner, by Allison McCumons.....................................................................................26

On The Cover

Ack-Lee Dempsey Passion EX-93 won the 4-year-old class at the Mid-East Summer National Holstein Show at the Ohio State Fair and was tapped as the Senior Champion and Grand Champion Cow by Judge Tim Abbott. This fall, she was recently named the Reserve Senior Champion and the Reserve Grand Champion at the 2018 Eastern Fall National Show and is owned by Ack-Lee Registered Holsteins, Pat Conroy and Peter Vail. The results of the Ohio State Fair are included in this issue!

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From the Executive Director By Tom Thorbahn

By the time you receive this issue most of the fall shows will be in full swing. Good luck to all of our Ohio breeders exhibiting at the shows this fall. Also, congratulations to all of you who exhibited at the Ohio State Fair, it was a tremendous show with super quality all the way down the line. As we move into fall, please make note that the Ohio Holstein Association is having a Fall Breeder Meeting, and we are hosting a Fall Sale. Look for Paul and Dave’s articles for more information on both events. The board continues to evaluate our breed sales; with the present economy of the dairy industry we will not be sponsoring as many sales as in past years. Should the dairy economy change we will reevaluate our state sponsored sales. Some of you had the opportunity to attend the National Holstein Convention in Traverse City, Michigan in late June and early July. The Michigan Holstein members did a tremendous job hosting this event; highlighting great Michigan herds and exciting tourist attractions in the area. Many wonderful comments were heard, we thank the Michigan Association for all their hard work and dedication for hosting a great opportunity to bring Holstein folks together. Speaking of National Conventions, if you haven’t heard, Ohio is hosting the National Convention in 2021, in Canton at the Football Hall of Fame, June 21-26. We will need many Ohio members and friends to host the event for our fellow breeders across the U.S. Julie Renner and I have been working on the many committees we will need to host the Convention. We hope each of you will give consideration to planning and helping one of the committees which are listed in this issue. If your name is omitted, it was not intentional, please notify Julie, me, or a Committee Chair; we can always use your help. Lots of work to be done, let’s all work together for the good of our Ohio Association to make a memorable experience for our Holstein friends. Have a safe and productive harvest. 5

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A Message From The President By Paul Haskins

“The season for enjoying the fullness of life—partaking of the harvest, sharing the harvest with others, and reinvesting and saving portions of the harvest for yet another season of growth.” --Denis Waitley “Fall has always been my favorite season. The time when everything bursts with its last beauty, as if nature had been saving up all year for the grand finale.” –Lauren DeStefano Two upcoming reasons to enjoy the fall season with the Ohio Holstein Association: Saturday, October 27th at the Wayne County Fairgrounds, Wooster, OH will be the venue for our Ohio Fall Elite Sale. Sales Director Dave Gunkelman and staff have been assembling another sure-to-be outstanding lineup featuring something for everyone: milking cows, deep pedigrees, show ring

type, high genomics, and more! More information on the sale on page 47. Saturday, November 10th for the Ohio Holstein Association Fall tour, hosted this year by the Simpson family at Plainfield Farms, Belmont, OH in District 3—please see the ad and accompanying story on pages 12 & 13 for more details. Don and Ben are a pair of the most genuine and friendliest Ohio Holstein fanatics that I can think of. Recently I was discussing fall tour plans with Tom Thorbahn and he relayed that years ago he had purchased an animal from Simpsons through a sale and that Don was excited to see her going to an accomplished herd like Crimson Lane. No further discussion about the animal herself that had changed hands, just reflection about how interested Don was and how enjoyable it was to talk cows and do business with another like-minded Holstein enthusiast. As I’ve said before, we really are a people business, a people business that just happens to like cows. Please join us this fall for both events to make new and renew connections with fellow Holstein breeders! Thanks, Paul Haskins 419-618-4028 • phaskins17199@hotmail.com P.S.: A couple columns ago, I wrote about Tye Henschen and efforts by friends to honor his memory, and I’m pleased to report that the inaugural Tye Henschen Memorial Award for best udder at the National Holstein Futurity was awarded to the Stammen family of Wabash-Way Holsteins. More information about the futurity and Mid-East National Summer Holstein Show at the Ohio State Fair starting on pages 14 & 15.

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Show Results District 1 & 2 Show • June 23, 2018 Judge: Chris Lahmers • 101 Head Shown Spring Heifer 1. (JR)Lindlaur Diamback Andie, Lindsey & Lauren Lindlaur 2. Plainfield Solomon Gin, Plainfield Farm 3. Ouricdusk Shimmer, Ouric Holsteins 4. (JR)A-Loganway Kboy Chaotic, Zachary Logan 5. (JR)Rockian Crush Eyapod, Matt Logan Winter Heifer 1. E Kiko Beemer Suzane, Evan Kiko 2. Beardsley Solomon Carol, Jennel Holsteins 3. Loraway McCutch Liz, Lorawae 4. Breezy Knoll Crush Sexy, Grant Cope 5. (JR)Do-Ra-Me Crushed Dream, Matt Logan Fall Heifer 1. Plainfield Defi Sanpria-Red, Plainfield Farm 2. Uberhaven I’ma Black Diamond, Mike Uber & Vanessa Philson 3. Plainfield McC Wildfire-ET, Plainfield Farm 4. (JR)Lindlaur DB Anhauser Red, Lauren L’Amoreaux 5. Lou-Ida Leo Winnie, Lou-Ida Summer Yearling 1. Beardsley Doorman Gessamine, Jennel Holsteins 2. Springhill OH Meridian Jin, Lindlaur Holsteins 3. Plum-Line Diamond Ambrosia, Evan Kiko 4. (JR)Lou Ida Gold Chip Missy, Preston Sheets 5. (JR)Riceton Crush Ava, Zachary Logan Spring Yearling 1. (JR)Lindlaur McCutch Starburst, Lauren L’Amoreaux 2. Entourage LC GC Asia-ET, Tabatha Sherbourne 3. Lou-Ida Shaman Brilittle, Lou-Ida 4. (JR)Nic-Mar Beemer Mary, Roger Herstine 5. (JR)Silver Mist Corvette Wiggle, Autumn Whiteweather Winter Yearling 1. OCD Armani Fandingo, Mason Mazzaro 2. OH-River Syc Solomon Bea-ET, Jennel Holsteins 3. (JR)El Witt Neflick & Chill, Lindsey L’Amoreaux 4. (JR)A-Loganway Kingboy Valor, Matt Logan 5. (JR) Lyn-Haven Arm Patricia-ET, Roger Herstine Fall Yearling 1. (JR)A-Loganway D-Back Sophia, Zachary Logan 2. Lorawae Sid Jesse, Lorawae Holsteins 3. Ouric Braxston Grace, Ouric Holsteins 4. Lorawae Guthrie Lula, Steve Shoemaker 5. (JR)A-Loganway Gold Chip Betsy, Jeff Logan Junior Champion – OCD Armani Fandingo, Mason Mazzaro Reserve Junior Champion – Beardsley Doorman Gessamine, Jennel Holsteins Junior Champion Junior Show – Lindlaur Diamondback Andie, Lindsey & Lauren L’Amoreaux Reserve Junior Champion Junior Show – A-Loganway D-back Sophia, Zachary Logan Junior Best Three 1. Lindlaur Holsteins 2. Ouric Holsteins Milking Yearling – 1. Bulldog McCutch Jade, Evan Kiko Junior 2-Year-Old 1. (JR)Kiko Atwood Diane, R&P Kiko Farms 2. (JR)A-Loganway Armani Wanda, Matt Logan 3. Uber-Haven Dfint Chrome-Red, Mike Uber & Vanessa Philson 4. Lorawae Encore Taylor, Lorawae Holsteins 5. JKiko Goldchip Frosty, Jim Kiko Senior 2-Year-Old 1. Express SMD Armani Tassle, Todd Unkefer & Damian 10 10

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Wallace 2. Breezy-Knoll More Gold Baba, Grant Cope 3. OCD Doorman Cranky-ET, Mike Uber & Vanessa Philson 4. Jennel Guthrie Georgia, Jennell Holsteins 5. (JR)A-Loganway Corvette Chaos, Zach Logan Junior 3-Year-Old 1. Oakfield Armani Smiley-ET, Mike Uber & Vanessa Philson 2. (JR)A-Loganway GChip Wiplash, Matt Logan 3. Torchoice Defiant Defeat, Grant Cope 4. Lorawae Malone Pansy, Lorawae Holsteins 5. Campros GW Atwood Lyn, Dustin Campbell Senior 3-Year-Old 1. Uber-Have Linjet Casey, Mike Uber & Vanessa Philson 2. Whiteweather Stella 2628, Adam Whiteweather 3. Beardsley Atwood Gwynne-ET, Jennell Holsteins 4. Clareshoe Redburst 1430, Steve Shoemaker 5. (JR)MS D Angel Dezirae-ET, Lindsey L’Amoreaux Intermediate Champion – Oakfield Armani Smily-ET, Mike Uber & Vanessa Philson Reserve Intermediate Champion – Kiko Atwood Diane, R&P Kiko Family Farms Intermediate Champion Junior Show – Kiko Atwood Diane, Elizabeth Kiko Reserve Intermediate Champion Junior Show – A-Loganway Armani Wanda, Matthew Logan 4-Year-Old 1. Springhill OH Miya-Red, R&P Kiko Farm 2. Kiko McCutchen Maci, Jim Kiko 3. Campros Atwood Addele, Campros 4. (JR)A-Loganway Shock Casey, Zack Logan Aged Cow 1. Gleann GW Relentless, Mike Uber & Vanessa Philson 2. Quality Quest Cinda Red, Grant Cope 3. Whiteweather Jordan 1984, Whiteweather Holsteins 4. Midway Crest RSVP Daisy, Alex Coppersmith 150,000 lb Cow 1. Whiteweather Planet 1794, Whiteweather Holsteins 2. Springhill-OH DS Jewel-ET, R&P Kiko Farms Grand Champion – Gleann GW Relentless, Mike Uber & Vanessa Philson Reserve Grand Champion – Oakfield Armani Smiley-ET, Mike Uber & Vanessa Philson Senior Champion – Gleann GW Relentless, Mike Uber & Vanessa Philson Reserve Senior Champion – Quality Quest Cinda Red, Grant Cope Best Bread and Owned – Kiko Atwood Diane, R&P Kiko Family Farms Grand Champion Junior Show – Springhill OH Miya Red, Wyatt Kiko Reserve Grand Champion Junior Show – Kiko Atwood Diane, Elizabeth Kiko Senior Champion Junior Show – Springhill OH Miya Red, Wyatt Kiko Reserve Senior Champion Junior Show – A-Loganway Shock Cassey, Zachary Logan Dry 3 & 4 Year-Old Cow 1. Lindlaur Sabathia Starlyn, Lindlaur Holsteins Dry Aged Cow 1. Whiteweather Sizzle 1440 ET, Whiteweather Holsteins Dam & Daughter 1. Whiteweather Holsteins 2. Lindlaur Holsteins 3. Steve Shoemaker Produce of Dam – 1. Whiteweather Holsteins Premier Exhibitor – Mike Uber & Vanessa Philson Premier Breeder – Logan Acres Farm

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By Maggie Mathews, Ohio Junior Holstein Association Reporter Now that Fall is here, Juniors are back in school and many of us are looking forward to participating in the upcoming National Shows. The summer kept us busy with county shows, 4-H and FFA projects, vacations, state fairs and national convention. Congratulations to Korey Oechsle for being elected as the Area II Junior Advisory Committee (JAC) Representative with the Holstein Association USA Junior Program. Korey was selected during the National Holstein Convention that was held in Michigan this June and will be working with other Holstein Juniors from across the United States on youth programs, policies and

activities. The juniors wrapped up their raffle during the Ohio State Fair selling $2,500 in tickets. All proceeds will go towards funding the Junior activities during the 2020 National Holstein Convention that Ohio will be hosting. Thank you to our sponsors-Beck’s, Sullivan Supply, Pine Tree Dairy, Jenny Thomas, TransOva, PBS Animal Health and Ohio Holstein News-for sponsoring the prizes. Speaking of the State Fair, the Juniors would like to say a special thankyou to ADA-Mideast for generously sponsoring our pizza party for our summer meeting that we held in Coo-

per Arena! Every year, ADA supports our Junior activities that we host at the state fair and we appreciate all that they do for our program. Please keep an eye on your email and the OJHA Facebook page for upcoming meetings and other Junior activities. There is never a deadline to sign up to participate in the Junior program, so we continue to invite anyone who is interested to attend a meeting (and parents are always encouraged to attend). Good luck to everyone participating on the Ohio judging teams this fall and all who are exhibiting in the National shows!

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Plainfield Farms Hosts Fall Tour By Melissa Hart Since 1944, four generations of Simpsons have produced one of nature’s most perfect foods on Plainfield Farms (D-3) in Belmont, Ohio. Orville Simpson, Sr., bought the ground and started the farm with grade Holsteins. Now 74 years later, the 100 head dairy is 100 percent Registered Holsteins and Don and Danette Simpson are at the helm with their son, Ben, moving into position as the fourth generation. On Saturday, November 10th at 11 am, they will open the farm gate and welcome everyone in for the Ohio Holstein Association (OHA) Fall Tour. Don took his first interest in the registered side of dairying in high

school when he was involved in FFA. He bought his first Registered Holstein as a teenager and has since transitioned the entire herd into Registered Holsteins. Don and Danette met in 4-H, “We met when I was showing beef and hogs and I was from a dairy farm and Danette was showing dairy cows and she was from a beef farm.” Don continued, “It was Danette who got me interested in showing dairy, if it wasn’t for her, I’m not sure we would be showing today.” The 90s marked the beginning of the third generation on Plainfield Farms as Don and Danette married and took over the responsibilities of the farm from Don’s parents, Orville, Jr., and Betty Simpson. “My mom was full time on the farm with my dad and Danette has been involved all these years with me,”

Don commented. Over the years the breeding philosophy has evolved at Plainfield Farms. “Back in the 90s I had a young nutritionist who was about my age and we were going to set the world on fire.” Don continued, “We had a rolling herd average pushing 30,000 pounds back when 30,000 was unheard of. Cows didn’t breed back, they had ulcers, my vet was giving me discounts on twisted stomach surgeries and I had come to the conclusion that our 95-pound average, milking two times a day, was causing more problems than it was worth.” Today, the cows at Plainfield Farms are fed a ration with a high forage content, “I like cows with capacity, that can turn large amounts of forage into milk. Our cows have an 80-pound average

Below: The Simpsons had a successful day at the Ohio District 3 show. From Left: OHA Queen Allison McCummons, Robert & Arika Simpson, Danette, Don with Grand Champion with Harvue Windhammer Franki-ET, Ben with Reserve Grand Champion with Erbacres Brokaw Dalyne, Hannah Dye, judge Eric Topp. They were also named Premier Exhibitor and Breeder.

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with 4.2 percent fat.” Don continued, “We went from one extreme to the other. Now, my cows are healthy, the hoof trimmer isn’t doing near as much corrective trimming and it’s just more profitable.” Keeping the feed bill low is crucial in today’s economy, “Every herd has a point where they will cross the line where they won’t make money and we have found what works for us. I’m making more money with my milk because I’m feeding homegrown forages and it keeps the feed bill down,” Don commented. The perfect size cow at Plainfield is 62-63 inches, “When we breed for type, we have to be careful not to get the cows too big and extreme,” Don said as he explained, they have a large variety of bulls they use in the herd. “I like to see a good cow family behind the bulls that we use.” While Doorman, Dempsey, Defiant, Denver and Unix are some of the bulls they are currently using, deep pedigreed cow families have found a niche at Plainfield, “We are working with members of Frosty’s family, Carlo leader 174, Sid Beauty, Goldwyn Brittney, TriDay Ashlyn, the PR Barbie family, Grayview B-D Chrissy and, of course, we have some members of the Roxy family that we are working with as well.” Harvue Windhammer Franki-ET was just raised to EX-94 this year, but this Plainfield headliner’s path to success wasn’t without a few bumps in the road. Developing foundation cow families for the next generation to build upon was one of the goals at Plainfield and Franki was filling the bill. “We purchased her as a calf at the Virginia Sale of Stars. She calved in at 2 years old and scored VG-87. She maxed out at EX-92 as a three-year-old and that’s when the interest began to build.” Don continued, “Danette was very influential in the decision to keep her when we had offers on the table and it would have made more sense to sell her.” Soon after the Simpsons decided to hang on to Franki, she went off feed and was going downhill fast. They took her to the Ohio State University Vet clinic where they did exploratory surgery on both sides of the rumen and found peritonitis on one side, a nail stuck to the magnet on the

other side and gave her a forty percent chance of living. While the outlook was bleak, they continued to treat Franki and she bounced back with a vengeance. This past spring, she was raised to EX94 MS94, was the second place fiveyear-old at the Mid-East Spring National Show, the third place five-year-old at the Mid-East Summer National Show and the Supreme Champion at the West Virginia State Fair. “Danette gets all the credit for making the decision to keep Franki, and it turned out to be a good one,” Don added. Franki is serving as a foundation for the fourth generation at Plainfield, “For as long as I can remember Ben has always wanted be involved on the farm. As he was growing up, there were times when I wondered if we should encourage him or discourage him, but we’ve always tried to encourage him in wanting to be involved,” Don explained. While Ben is integrally involved in the day to day operations at Plainfield, it was when he solidified his interest in staying on the family farm, that the Simpsons built a new facility including a 120 free stall barn and a double eight, parallel parlor with a special needs area. Last year they built a box stall barn where show cows and donor dams are housed and presently there are three, EX-94 in that barn, including Franki, Gloryland Lb Linette Rae owned by Hartline Valley Farms and their first home bred 94-point cow, Plainfield Damion Ginger. The Simpsons future breeding program is taking on a new look, “I just bought my first rack of beef semen.” Don explained, “For the top ten percent of the herd we will use sexed semen and to keep the numbers in check, on the bottom twenty-five percent, for those recips that don’t get pregnant with an embryo, they will be bred to beef bulls.” While the milk market is discouraging, Don is most disheartened at the fact that animals aren’t worth what they once were. “Our goal is not to milk more cows, but to try to sell more animals. I would rather milk 85 cows and sell more two-year-olds, but that’s not where our market is right now.” As low prices hang on Don keeps a

positive outlook, “There is light at the end of the tunnel, things are tough, but I believe it will come around.” He added, “Some say that blue registration paper doesn’t mean anything anymore, but I can’t think of anything else that has brought me more friendships and I’ve enjoyed more, than being involved in the Registered Holstein business.” Ben has two siblings, his twin Robert, who is married to Arika and a sister, Emily who is dating Dillion Brown. While they all have other careers, they are all active on the farm. Ben’s girlfriend, Hannah Dye, enjoys helping out on the weekends at Plainfield Farm and has been involved with the show string over the summer. “Hannah does a great job showing for us, she’s a hard worker and it’s great to have her as part of our team here at Plainfield,” Don commented. Plainfield Farms has earned the PBR award for 14 years and has a BAA of 108.1. They milk 104 cows and farm approximately 450 acres. In addition, they have a 40 head beef cow-calf herd that Orville Jr., manages. Visitors are always welcome, and you can see more of their farm on the Plainfield Farms Facebook page.

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The 61st National Holstein Futurity

Top Five Winners from left: OHA Queen Allison McCumons, Tori Deam with Beardsly Atwood Gwynne-ET, Jason Miley with Miley Armani WB Glimpse, Emily Siegrist with MS Wabash Way Armni Mara-Red, Lindsay Bowen with Bertke GC Bentley, Nathan Thomas with the winning entry, Triple T Poker Chip, Kendall Thomas, judge Tim Abbott and futurity coordinator, Mary Lou Topp.

The 61st Annual National Holstein Futurity was held at the Ohio State Fair in Columbus, on Saturday, July 28, 2018. Tim Abbott of Enosburg, Vermont served as the official judge and he chose Triple T Poker Chip exhibited by Triple T Holsteins, North Lewisburg, Ohio as his futurity champion. Abbott sorted out the rest of the top five futurity entries this way: 2. Bertke GC Bentley exhibited by Damon Bertke. 3. Ms Wabash Way Armni MaraRed exhibited by Wabash Way Holsteins. 4. Miley Armani WB Glimpse exhibited by Miley Holsteins. 5. (1 JR) Beardsly Atwood Gwynne-ET exhibited by Tori Deam. The inaugural Tye Henschen Memorial Award for best udder at the National Holstein Futurity was awarded to Ms Wabash Way Armni Mara-Red exhibited by the Stammen family of Wabash-Way Holsteins. Photos Courtesy 14

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Nathan Thomas led Triple T Poker Chip to the winners circle at the 61st National Holstein Futurity.

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The 61st National Holstein Futurity of Jennifer Thomas. The futurity was held in the coliseum and began with the All Ohio Band playing the National Anthem. As Leslie Maurice announced for the evening, the annual parade began with the Ohio Holstein Queen, Allison McCumons being delivered in the ring by Kristy Ackley driving Dr. Tony Good’s 2009 Porsche while Bill Schilling drove

a 2009 Corvette that carried the judge, Tim Abbott. A two-horse hitch brought in the Ohio State Fair General Manager, Mr. Virgil Strickler, Mary Lou Topp, the Executive Secretary of the National Holstein Futurity, Stacey French and Sharon Martin, Executive Assistants to the General Manager of the fair, Bridget Cummings of Holstein Association

The second place winner of the 61st National Holstein Futurity was Bertke GC Bentley, led by Lindsey Bowen.

USA, Tom Thorbahn, Steve Moff and Angi Kaverman. A special thank you to Jenny Thomas for taking photos, Cole Hudson and Kyle Hudson for keeping the ring clean and Lindsey Bowen, Keaton Topp, Aubree Topp, Madelyn Topp and Ruth Bambauer for their help in preparation for the futurity.

The Ty Henschen Memorial Award for Best Udder of the National Holstein Futurity went to MS Wabash Way Armni Mara-Red. And she was led by Emily Siegrist

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still have an impact on my life, thank you for your support and encouragement. It is very greatly appreciated.

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The Queen: Allison McCumons

Hello all! I am Allison McCumons. I am originally from Anna, Ohio, but now I live in Wapakoneta, Ohio. I am the daughter of Molly Frey and Chuck McCumons. I am 20 years old and have two younger brothers, Bryce (17) and Brady (15). I am a sophomore at Wilmington College double majoring in Agriculture and Education, with a minor in Communication Arts. This past summer I interned at Sunrise Cooperative in Uniopolis, Ohio. I also worked at Marste Holsteins in Anna and Quietcove Holsteins in Wapakoneta. With fall in the air, that only means one thing (okay two things). One is harvest season. So, I pray that everyone has a safe and successful harvest this year. Fall also means that football season is here, Ohio State football! If anyone knows 16

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my family, you are aware that I grew up in a divided household: The Buckeyes vs TTUN! So, the biggest game of the Buckeyes football season is when we play TTUN. That is THE biggest game of the regular season for me. You can bet that every Saturday and Sunday I will be watching football, whether I am at home or in my dorm room. I get my love of football from my dad. I get the love for the dairy industry from both of my parents and grandparents. Outside of high school, my life consisted of dairy cows, FFA events, and softball practices and games. Now that I’m in college, there really isn’t much difference. Okay, maybe I’m not playing softball or an FFA member anymore, but the dairy cows are always there for me! Throughout my life, I have had a lot of inspiration from multiple people. First, I would like to give credit to God for allowing me to do what I do and love. Next, I would like to thank my show family for encouraging me throughout the good and bad times, even when we are not at a cow show. Even though she may no longer be living, my Great-Grandmother Yoder was always an inspiration to me, and I hope that I can live a wonderful life like as she did. I would also like to thank Marlene Steinke for being there when I needed someone to talk, and to take my mind off things, or if I was really pondering something. Then last, but certainly not least, I would like to give a huge shout out to my Mother. She has and always will be my biggest supporter, role model, and friend a girl could ever have. And, for those that I haven’t mentioned, but

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Ohio Holstein Marketing Buzz by Dave Gunkelman, OHA Marketing and Sales Manager How was your summer show season? From what I saw at the Ohio State Fair and the various district shows that I attended, the passion shown by Ohio Holstein breeders runs deep. The quality was as good or better than ever and even with a lag-

ging dairy economy, breeders proved they still like to compete. As we move into the fall season, you have a couple of options to promote your herd and spend time with other Ohio breeders at the fall sale and the fall tour. On October 27th, Ohio Holstein breeders have the opportunity to buy into some of the best cow families in Ohio at the Ohio Holstein Fall Elite Sale to be held in Wooster. The line-up for this looks like a great group that includes genomics, show heifers and solid milk cows from deep pedigreed cow families. See the online catalog on DairyAgendaToday.com or on our Ohioholstein.com website. The Fall Tour will be on November 10th at Plainfield Farms in Belmont, Ohio. This is a great chance to visit with other breeders and to see how the Simpson family makes their operation work. I encourage you to take advantage of the opportunities this fall to learn from and get to know great Ohio Holstein breeders. The November-December issue of the magazine will be here before you know it and it’s a great way to promote your herd and market your cattle. If I can help you in any way with your marketing needs or if you know of someone who would like to join the Ohio Holstein Association, let me know so I can introduce them to one of the best associations out there. Until Next Time, Dave Gunkelman Director of Marketing & Member Services 330-464-3259 • drgunkelman@yahoo.com

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Ohio State Fair Holstein Junior & Mid-East Summer National Junior Holstein Show • Columbus, OH • July 27, 2018 Judge: Denny Patrick, Woodbine, MD

Spring Heifer Calf 1. Lindlaur Diamondback Andi, Lindsay Lamoreaux, Louisville, OH 2. T Triple T Prime Suspect, Colton Thomas, North Lewisburg, OH 3. Rocklan Crush Crystal, Kris Ackley, East Liberty, OH 4. Southern Hills Ampif Strobe, Jenna Griffith, Bethel, OH 5. Toppglen Wilson Martini, Brennan Topp, New Brennen, OH Winter Heifer Calf 1. Beardsley Solomon Carol, Emily Deam, Sugarcreek, OH 2. Maiz-n-Blu DB Lilly, Kris Ackley, East Liberty, OH 3. Riverdown Atwood Jiggablink, Grace Gunkelman, Burbank, OH 4. Toppglen Jordy Wow, Marissa Topp, New Bremen, OH 5. T Triple T Dempsey Payton, Colton Thomas, North Lewisburg, OH Fall Heifer Calf 1. Miley Avalanche Genessee, David Miley, West Salem, OH 2. Etgenway Beemer Salantra, Greg Cornish 3. Vale-O Skene Goldwyn Kal, Kris Ackley, East Liberty, OH 4. Brock Corner Door Wakeup, Grace Gunkelman, Burbank, OH 5. Ms Borderview Byway Soph, Olivia Finke, London, OH Summer Yearling Heifer 1. Beardsley Doorman Gessa, Emily Deam, Sugarcreek, OH 2. Ack-Lee Solomon Ekko exhibited Kris Ackley, East Liberty, OH 3. Etgen Winner Beemer, Drake Knoll, North Fairfield, OH 4. Toppglen Defiant Win It, Logan Topp, Orrville, OH 5. OCD Defiant Lucky Red exhibited yb Ava Bundy, McClure, OH

Grand Champions from left: HAUSA Rep Bridget Cummings, Judge Denny Patrick, Kris Ackley with Grand Champion, Taylor Birkemeier with Reserve Grand Champion, OHA Queen Allison McCumons.

Spring Yearling Heifer 1. Velvet View MC Taylor, Wyatt Schlauch, Big Prairie, OH 2. Oakvale Sid Coasta Caribe, Olivia Finke, London, OH 3. Lindlaur Mccutch Starburst, Lauren Lamoreaux, Louisville, OH 4. Rupp-Vue Doorman Flicker, Madicyn Rupp, Creston, OH 5. Miss Tamales Hot Mes, Philip Madison, North Fairfield, OH Winter Yearling Heifer 1. Toppglen Atwood Winner, Brennan Topp, New Bremen, OH 2. Savage Leigh Gotta Look, Tim Gunkelman, Burbank, OH 3. MD- Dun-Loafin, Kris Ackley, East Liberty, OH 4. Oh-River-Syc Solomon, Victoria Deam, Sugarcreek, OH 5. Topp-view Airlift Dolly, Madeline Topp, Wapakoneta, OH Fall Yearling Heifer 1. Hodgons Clark Pearl, Madeline Topp, Wapakoneta, OH 2. Kingsway Gold Chip Logic, Alyson Philips, Stephenville, TX 3. Plainfield Arpnas Ashley, Hannah Dye, Beloit, OH 4. Quietcove Doorman Flicker, Lilly Elsass, Wapakoneta, OH 5. Miller Farm McCutchen Kara, Danielle Miller, Blatimore, OH Junior Champion of the Ohio State Fair - Savage Leigh Gotta Look, Tim Gunkelman, Burbank, OH Reserve Junior Champion of the Ohio State Fair - Miley Avalanche Genessee, David Miley, West Salem, OH Junior Champion of the National Show - Toppglen Atwood Winner, Brennan Topp, New Bremen, OH Reserve Junior Champion of the National Show - Savage Leigh Gotta Look, Tim Gunkelman, Burbank, OH

National Intermediate Champions from left: Judge Denny Patrick, Garrett Havens with Intermediate Champion, Brennen Topp with Reserve Intermediate Champion, OHA Queen Allison McCumons.

Milk Yearling 1. White Light Corvette Irene, Leah Bundy, McClure, OH Junior Two Year Old 1. Long Haven Beemer Chro, Kris Ackley, East Liberty, OH 2. Toppglen Atwood Windstar, Marissa Topp, New Brennon, OH 3. Brookhollow Sassasfras Sky, Brandon Sugg, West Salem, OH 4. Jenneil Beardsly Korinn, Victoria Deam, Sugarcreek, OH 5. Balmoral Delta Alakazam, Mary Richardson, Wapakoneta, OH

Junior Champions of the National Show from left: Judge Denny Patrick, Tim Gunkelman with Reserve Junior Champion, Marissa Topp with Junior Champion, OHA Queen Allison McCumons.

Senior Two Year Old 1. Toppglen Defiant Wowwee, Brennon Topp, New Brennon, OH 2. Ms Doorman Gill, Cole Pond, Woodstock, OH 3. Jenneil Guthrie Georgia, Victoria Deam, Sugarcreek, OH

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Mid-East Summer National Red & White Show • Columbus, OH July 29, 2018 • Judge: Ryan Krohlow, Poynete, WI

Grand Champions from Left: OHA Queen Allison McCumons, Chelsea Skidmoore, Heather Yoder with Reserve Grand Champion, Dave Dyment with Grand Champion, Judge Ryan Krohlow.

Junior Champions from Left: OHA Queen Allison McCumons, Allyson Phillips with the Reserve Junior Champion, Jason Miley with Junior Champion, Amy Miley, Judge Ryan Krohlow.

Premier Breeder - Miley Holsteins Premier Exhibitor - Gunkelman Family Grand and Senior Champion - Ms Apple Adrianna-Red exhibited by Doeberiener & Bowen, West Salem, OH Reserve Grand and Reserve Senior Champion - C Skidmore Abs Renegade exhibited by Chelsea Skidmore, Union City, OH

dina, OH 5. Ray-Jo Absolute Rave-Red exhibited by Maggie Mathews, New Vienna, OH

Aged Cow 1. Miss Hot Cakes Red exhibited by Cora Gunkelman, Medina, OH

Dry Cow Class 1. Ms Morsan Picol Tsunami-Red exhibited by Cole Heger, Camden, OH 2. Karebears Redburst Sasha-Red exhibited by Maggie Mathews, New Vienna, OH

Five Year Old Cow 1. Miley Redburst Glitz Red exhibited by Miley Holsteins, West Salem, OH 2. Plainfield Advent Go exhibited by Plainfield Farms, Belmont, OH Four Year Old Cow - MACS Acres AB Dezrae exhibited by Scott & Teenah McMahan, Raymond, OH Intermediate Champion - Ms Apple Adrianna-Red exhibited by Doeberiener & Bowen, West Salem, OH Reserve Intermediate Champion - C Skidmore Abs Renegade exhibited by Chelsea Skidmore, Union City, OH Senior Three Year Old 1. Lah-Dale Malone Shine-Red exhibited by Chris & Elizabeth Lahmers, Marysville, OH 2. Budjon Vail Lotsa-Red exhibited by Brookview Farms, Fremont, OH 3. Pampered Acres Walker-Red exhibited by Cora Gunkelman, Medina, OH Junior Three Year Old 1. Express SMD Nay Nay-Red exhibited by Stan-Mar-Dale, Urbana, OH 2. Ms Wabash Way Armani-Red exhibited by Wabash Way Holsteins, New Weston, OH 3. Pine-Tree Rebe-Red exhibited by Ally Cupps, Dayton, OH 4. Miley Ladd Grasshopper-Red exhibited by Miley Holsteins Farms, West Salem, OH Senior Two Year Old 1. Ms Apple Adrianna-Red exhibited by Doeberiener & Bowen, West Salem, OH 2. C Skidmore Abs Renegade-Red exhibited by Chelsea Skidmore, Union City, OH 3. Express SMD Nikita-Red exhibited by Stan-Mar-Dale, Urbana, OH 4. Ranchdale Addic Chili-Red exhibited by Cora Gunkelman, Me21

Junior Two Year Old - Miley Lightening R Gin-Red exhibited by Curtis Bickel, Wilmington, OH

Junior Champion - Miley Avalanche Gena-Red exhibited by Miley Holsteins, West Salem, OH Reserve Junior Champion - Weeberlac Tickle Me-Red exhibited by Alyson Phillips, New Bavaria, OH Fall Yearling Heifer 1. Borderview Luncheese-Red exhibited by Quietcove/Edge Genetics, Wapakoneta, OH 2. Golden Oaks Funky Fresh-Red exhibited by Ally Cupps, Dayton, OH Winter Yearling Heifer 1. Greenlea Avalanche ABS Sweetie-Red exhibited by Bucks Pride, Bloomville, OH 2. Lah Dale Special-Red exhibited by Elizabeth Lahmers, Marysville, OH 3. Ray-Jo ABSLT Caroline-Red exhibited by Maggie Mathews, New Vienna, OH 4. Miliboro Avalanche Laurie-Red exhibited by Charles Gleisner, Greenwich, OH 5. Glean Braemore Ava-Red exhibited by Clay Gunkelman, Medina, OH Spring Yearling Heifer 1. Weeberlac Tickle Me-Red exhibited by Alyson Phillips, New Bavaria, OH 2. Miss Hot Summer Lovin-Red exhibited by C,G,T Gunkelman, West Salem, OH 3. Southern Hills DB Milky -ed exhibited by Hannah Griffith, Bethel, OH 4. DO RA ME Hot Cocco-Red exhibited by Cora Gunkelman, Medina, OH 5. Ray-Jo DF Cajun-Red exhibited by Maggie Mathews, New Vienna, OH

Summer Yearling Heifer 1. Wabash Way Diamondback Attie-Red exhibited by Wabash Way, New Weston, OH 2. Quietcove Starstruck-Red exhibited by Quietcove, Wapakoneta, OH 3. OCD Defiant Lucky-Red exhibited by Ava Bundy, McClure, OH 4. Ray-Jo DF Coriander-Red exhibited by Maggie Mathews, New Vienna, OH 5. Miley Diamondback Blair-Red exhibited by Miley Holsteins, West Salem, OH Fall Heifer Calf 1. Miley Avalanche Gena-Red exhibited by Miley Holsteins, West Salem, OH 2. Miley Addiction Gogo-Red exhibited by Miley Holsteins, West Salem, Oh 3. Plainfield Defiant Sangria-Red exhibited by Plainfield Farms, Belmont, OH 4. Lindlaur DB Anheuser-Red exhibited by Lauren L’Amoreaux, Louisville, OH 5. Call-Del Awes Tiffan-Red exhibited by Call-Del, S. Charleston, OH Winter Heifer Calf 1. Intense Devour Pomlisa-Red exhibited by Kenlee Phillips, New Bavaria, OH 2. MS Luncrest Ali-Red exhibited by D&N Schirm, Silvermist, Ashville, OH 3. Richlin J Jordy Stella-Red exhibited by Ally Cupps, Dayton, OH 4. Miley D Back Ghost-Red exhibited by Miley Holsteins Farms, West Salem, OH 5. Beardsley DB Ginger-Red exhibited by Jim Beardsley, Damascus, OH Spring Heifer Calf 1. Wabash Way Diamondback-Red exhibited by Wabash Way Holsteins, New Weston, OH 2. MACS BHF Diamond-Red exhibited by Scott and Teenah McMahan, Raymond, OH 3. Topp-View Addiction Ariel-Red exhibited by Topp-View, Wapakoneta, OH 4. Southern Hills Jord Cam-Red exhibited by Shelby Griffith, Bethel, OH 5. MACS ACRES Dahila-Red exhibited by Scott and Teenah McMahan, Raymond, OH

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Grand Champion Holstein from Left: OHA Queen Allison McCumons, Judge Tim Abbott, Jay Ackley, Kyle Ackley, Kris Ackley, Kristy Ackley, Morgane Faler, Pat Conroy at the halter of the Grand Champion, Keith Topp at the halter of the Reserve Grand Champion, Joe Cole, Anne Cole, Phil Topp, Carrie Topp, Children from left: Bently Cole, Aubree Topp, Alaina Topp, Brady Cole, Aiden Topp, Will Cole Spring Heifer Calf 1. Budjon Abbott Anitta, Triple T/Tim Cummings, North Lewisburg, OH 2. Prestige Gen Addiction, Kanani Price, Jonesboro, IN 3. Rocklan Crush Crystal, Ack-Lee Holsteins, East Liberty, OH 4. Lindlaur Diamondback Andi, Lindsay L’Amoreaux, Louisville, OH 5. Balmoral Atwood Flamenco, Keith Richardson, Wapakoneta, OH Winter Heifer Calf 1. Comestar Laustastar Goldwyn, Doeberiener, Bowen, Schilling, West Salem, OH 2. Franken Haven Goldwyn, Doeberiener, Bowen, Schilling, West Salem, OH 3. Quietcove First Class, Quietcove, Wapakoneta, OH 4. Maiz-N-Blu DB Lilly, Ack-Lee Holsteins, East Liberty, OH 5. Bucks- Pride Slater Maria, Bucks Pride, Bloomville, OH Fall Heifer Calf 1. Triple T Primetime, Triple T/Entourage/Cummings, North Lewisburg, OH 2. Miley Avalanche Gennesee, Miley Holsteins, West Salem, OH 3. Etgen Way Beemer Salan, Greg Cornish, North Fairfield, OH 4. Sco-Lo Solomon Bae, Doeberiener, Bowen, West Salem, OH 5. Ms Borderview Byway Soph, Olivia Finke, London, OH Summer Yearling Heifer 1. Oakfield Blake Luxuriant, Doeberiener, Bowen, Schilling, West Salem, OH 2. Beardsley Doorman Gessa, Neil Deam, Sugarcreek, OH 3. Toppglen Defiant Win It, Toppglen Farms, Orrville, OH 4. Express SMD Velocity, Stan-Mar-Dale, Urbana, OH 5. McGuires Doorman Maddy, Topp-View, Wapakoneta, OH Spring Yearling 1. Ryan Vu Goldwyn Ravish, Doeberiener, Bowen, Schilling, West Salem, OH 2. Rupp-Vue Doorman Flicker, Rupp-Vue Farms, West Salem, OH 3. Rupp-Vue Doorman Freckles, Rupp-Vue Farms, West Salem, OH 4. Lindlaur McCutch Starburst, Lauren L’Amoreaux, Louisville, OH 5. Stan Mar Dale Avery, Stan-Mar-Dale, Urbana, OH Winter Yearling Heifer 1. Savage Leigh Gotta Look, Tim Gunkelman, Burbank, OH 2. Toppglen Atwood Winner, Toppglen Farms, Orrville, OH 3. Quietcove Foxys Winning, Quietcove, Kurt Wolf, Wapakoneta, OH 4. Winright ColdChip Eliza, Charles Gleisner, Greenwich, OH 5. Ms Dun Loafin DBK Excite, Ack-Lee Holsteins, East Liberty, OH Fall Yearling Heifer 1. Quietcove Doorman Flicker, Quietcove & Edge Genetics, Wapakoneta, 22 22

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Intermediate Champions from left: Judge Tim Abbott, Kristy Ackley with Reserve Intermediate Champion, Nathan Thomas with Intermediate Champion, OHA Queen Allison McCumons.

OH 2. Kingsway Goldchip Logic, Alyson Phillips, Stephenville, TX 3. Hodgons Clark Pearl, Topp-View, Wapakoneta, OH 4. Plainfield Arpnas Ashley, Hannah Dye, Beloit, OH 5. Silver Mist Paint Splatter, Madison Pitstick Junior Champion Female - Oakfield Blake Luxuriant, Doeberiener, Bowen, Schilling, West Salem, OH Reserve Junior Champion Female - Ryan Vu Goldwyn Ravish, Doeberiener, Bowen, Schilling, West Salem, OH Honorable Mention - Triple T Primetime, Triple T/Entourage/Cummings, North Lewisburg, OH Dry Cow 1. Express SMD PaqeWire JC, Stan-Mar-Dale, Urbana, OH 2. Ms Morsan Picol Tsunami, Cole Heger, Camden, OH 3. Ms Gin N Tonic, Hannah Dumbeck, Norwalk, OH Yearling in Milk 1. Midas Touch AV Cling, Triple T, North Lewisburg, OH 2. Bulldog McCutch Jade, Evan Kiko, Paris, OH 3. T Triple T Windbrook Lavender, Savannah Thomas, West Liberty, OH 4. Quietcove Foxys Knew Hi, Quietcove, Wapakoneta, OH Junior Two-Year-Old 1. Quietcove Foxys Lollipop, Quietcove, Wapakoneta, OH 2. Kiko Atwood Diane, R&P Kiko Farms, Salem, OH 3. McGuires Tonka Macey, Kyle McGuire, West Liberty, OH 4. Long Haven Beemer, Ack-Lee Holsteins, East Liberty, OH 5. Bucks Pride Archrival Amy, Bucks Pride, Bloomville, OH Senior Two-Year-Old 1. Ms Beauty Black Velvet, Triple T Holsteins, North Lewisburg, OH 2. Lindale Doorman Felina, Ack-Lee Holsteins, East Liberty, OH 3. Ms Doorman Gill, Cole Pond, Woodstock, OH 4. Toppglen Defiant Wowwee, Toppglen Farms, Orrville, OH 5. Jenneil Guthrie Georgia, Neil Deam, Sugarcreek, OH Junior Three-Year-Old 1. Silver Mist Sanchez Cate, Topp-View, Botkins, OH 2. Express SMD Nay Nay, Stand-Mar-Dale, Urbana, OH 3. Ack-Lee Chelios Edona, Ack-Lee Holsteins, East Liberty, OH 4. Kiko Goldchip Maddie, R&P Kiko Farms, Salem, OH 5. Quietcove McCutch Disney, Quietcove, Wapakoneta, OH

5. Hardingdale Gold Kesha, Jared Harding, New Philadelphia, OH Intermediate Champion - Ms Beauty Black Velvet, Triple T Holsteins, North Lewisburg, OH Reserve Intermediate Champion - Lindale Doorman Felina, AckLee Holsteins, East Liberty, OH Honorable Mention - T Triple T Perfect Storm, Triple T & Entourage, North Lewisburg, OH Four-Year-Old Cow 1. Ack-Lee Dempsey Passion, Ack-Lee Holsteins, East Liberty, OH 2. Juniper Haven Atwood Doll exhibited Doeberiener/Bowen, West Salem, OH 3. T Triple T Petunia, Triple T, North Lewisburg, OH 4. T Triple T Play It Again, Triple T Holsteins, North Lewisburg, OH 5. Chakelburg Evasion Kaught, Ack-Lee Holsteins, East Liberty, OH Five-Year-Old Cow 1. Bucks Pride Goldchip Winie, Topp-View/Bucks Pride, Botkins, OH 2. Delcreek Slice of Heaven, Triple T, North Lewisburg, OH 3. Harvue Windhammer Franki-ET, Plainfield Farms, Belmont, OH 4. Rosedale Worth Repeating, Cora Gunkelman, Medina, OH 5. Beware Gold Chip Money, Collin Berg, Bellville, OH Aged Cow 1. T Triple T Platinum, Triple T Holsteins, North Lewisburg, OH 2. Craggan Goldwyn Zing, Ack-Lee Holsteins, East Liberty, OH 3. Quietcove Windbrook, Quietcove, Wapakoneta, OH 150,000 lbs Cow 1. M-Riverview Destry, Wabash Way Holsteins, New Weston, OH Senior Champion - Ack-Lee Dempsey Passion, Ack-Lee Holsteins, East Liberty, OH Reserve Senior Champion - Bucks Pride Goldchip Winie, Topp-View/ Bucks Pride, Botkins, OH Grand Champion - Ack-Lee Dempsey Passion, Ack-Lee Holsteins, East Liberty, OH Reserve Grand Champion - Bucks Pride Goldchip Winie, Topp-View/ Bucks Pride, Botkins, OH Premier Exhibitor - Ack-Lee Holsteins Premier Breeder - Triple T Holsteins

Senior Three-Year-Old 1. T Triple T Perfect Storm, Triple T & Entourage, North Lewisburg, OH 2. Kiki Aftershock Jackie, R&P Kiko Farms, Salem OH 3. Brookview Sid Loverslane, Brookview Farms, Fremont, OH 4. Express SMD GL Coraline, Stan-Mar-Dale, Urbana, OH

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A Milk Bucket List coming to watch as the Supreme Champions In a conversation with a young dairyman would be chosen. This was a county fair recently, he mentioned his desire to attend World with over 300 head of dairy cattle shown, so Dairy Expo, but regretfully said that it would be there were a lot of dairy families there. They impossible for him to get away to attend. Our visited with each other, they enjoyed seeing conversation brought back many memories of beautiful dairy animals, little children played my trip to World Dairy Expo several years ago. in the sawdust and ran from their parents, they While I had dreams of going, I felt there was laughed and hugged friends they hadn’t seen just no way that we could ever go. There was for a year. For just a little while happiness was the cows to take care of every day, Don would felt and troubles forgotten. have to get time off from his job, the kids were At this time it is what farmers must do – find busy, and money was tight. So I had always those things that give you peace and happiness. put that dream in the back of my mind. And Don’t give up your dreams, be they large or then unexpectedly Bill McKarns called with an By Barb Lumley small. That young man is passionate about his invitation for us to travel to World Dairy Expo with them for three days. After a lot of discussion as to how Holsteins and there is no doubt in my mind that he will things could or would get done here at home, we decided to eventually achieve his dream of attending World Dairy Expo. Make that “milk bucket” list of things to do that will bring go. The travel itself was great. It was an opportunity to see you happiness, keep on dreaming and don’t give up. You just places we had never seen before, great conversation as we never know when you might be able to put a check mark on drove and learned more about each other’s lives, and lots of that list. talk about Holsteins. Bill and Don shared some interesting stories about their time in the army. Pauline handled the map and made sure they didn’t get so involved in conversation that they missed the correct routes and got us lost! Bill had made the reservations for all of us at a nice hotel and was our guide for activities. There was so much to see at World Dairy Expo, Robert M. Harrer, age 92, life long resident of New Washington, activities to participate in, the cattle were beautiful, and time Ohio, passed away on Sunday, April 22, 2018 at his home spent with Esther Welch in the Ohio booth meeting people surrounded by his family. He was born on October 7, 1925 in from everywhere was great. However, one of my favorite Crawford, Ohio to the late Jesse and Bertha (Geissman) Harmemories was the evening we went out to eat with several rer. Bob was a 1943 graduate of New Washington High School Ohio Holstein people. What a great time we had! If you have and had gone on to proudly serve in the U.S. Army during the chance to go to World Dairy Expo pack your bag, wear WWII, Pacifica Theater in Japan. Bob was a dairy farmer unyour most comfortable shoes, and go! There is so much to til 1988, but had always continued farming. He was an active see, so much to enjoy! Making it to World Dairy Expo gave member of the New Washington Methodist Church, a memme memories that I will never forget. ber of the Ohio Holstein Association, Farm Bureau, New Right now dairy farmers are dealing with a lot of problems Washington American Legion, where he was past commandand a difficult time. There is a lot of frustration and worry. er, a 4-H advisor, and part of the Card Club, where he enjoyed Many are selling their cows, while others are struggling to playing pinochle for over 50 years. Bob was also an avid dancer. hang on. All the more reason to find somewhere to go or Bob is survived by his wife, Marilyn (Crum) Harrer, whom something to do that will bring you some happiness. You he married on October 4, 1952; a son, Steve (Cindy) Hardeserve it! I am sure there are many of you that would love to rer of New Washington; a daughter, Kathy (Terry) Fisher go to World Dairy Expo, however for many different reasons, of Marion; 7 grandchildren, Alison (Ben) Coole, Christy you just can’t attend. There are many things that dairy people (Ryan) McDiffitt, Lindsay (Micah) Hamrick, Kirk Fishcan do, while not as exciting as World Dairy Expo, they are er, Kyle Fisher, Kristian (Miquah) Fisher, Kole Fisher; 7 things that can give you happiness and some peace of mind. great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Time spent with family, an evening with friends, a walk, going In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by 5 sibfishing, attending a sports activity, reading a book, going to a lings and their spouses, Lulu (Ed) Hieber, Herb (Rowena) tractor pull, and more. I recently announced a dairy show at Harrer, Earl (Jenny) Harrer, Lois (Arlo) Lutz, and Wanda a county fair. I watched as the bleachers filled with people (Calvin) Kurtz.

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Robert M. Harrer

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Allison Janes (D-7) got engaged to Evan Hershberger of Sugar Creek, an October 12, 2019 wedding is in the works. Congratulations Allison! John Lora (D-2) Lorawae Holsteins, suffered a heart attack in the middle of the Holstein Show at the Canfield Fair. He is expected to make a full recovery, and we are very thankful! Dr. Peter Spike (D-11) Ten-Penny Holsteins, was awarded the Giant Step Award at the “50 Year Club” Celebration held recently at Ohio State Fair. Congratulations Dr. Spike!

Ty Etgen (D-12) Etgen-Way Holstein was recently mentioned in the September issue of Holstein International for breeding his EX-94, Etgen-Way Atwood Splash, before he was even 30 years old. Nice work Ty! Josh and Whitney Kemp, (D-3) Lofty Meadow Farms, LLC., welcomed Graham Joshua Kemp into the world on July 9, 2018. Congratulations to the Kemp family. Jennifer Fisher (D-3) Lumley Holsteins finally received her actual diploma in her hands after earning an Associate’s

Degree in Applied Science in Emergency Medical Services Paramedic from Belmont College. Congratulations Jennifer! Forty Year Members of the HAUSA were honored at the 2018 National Holstein Convention held in Traverse City, MI. Those members from Ohio receiving their 40 year medallion were: Mervin Baird, Wilfred Bergman, Robin Boggs, Glenn Brugler, Gary Burky, Timothy Cummings, Daniel Fullenkamp, Edna Harding, Dallas Rynd, Steven Specht, and Roger Steiner. Congratulations!

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Queen’s Corner

By Allison McCumons

It is finally fall, which is my favorite season! It’s my favorite because of all the pretty colors, sights, and amazing smells. But before I get too far, let me give a recap of my summer. Between my internship and traveling across the state to the many district shows, this was one of my busiest summers, but also one of the most memorable! I had such a fun time going from district to district and seeing how each one is different in their own special way. I also saw a lot of quality dairy cattle. It was also great to meet new people and catch up with old friends as we were united with the one thing that we all loved, the Holstein cow. The same thing can be said for State Fair. I had such an amazing time at State Fair. It was different not being in my whites! The

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Futurity was everything I thought it would be and more. I thought about it for weeks, but in the moment, it went by in the blink of an eye. As much as I enjoyed it, that night wasn’t my favorite memory of the week. After one of the shows, I let a little girl try on my crown, so she could feel what it was like to be a princess. Seeing her look at my crown and then seeing her face light up with a big smile while wearing it, made me realize how much the younger generation looks up to us. Not just royalty, but everyone. I believe that every person is an inspiration, a role model, whether we are aware of it or not. That was and forever will be one of the greatest moments that I will ever remember. Now that it is fall, that means school is back in session. I started my second year at Wilmington in August and I still love every minute. I never thought I would see the day that I would hear myself say that I cant wait to go back to school! I’m excited that I get to continue my journey in becoming an Ag teacher and to make an impact on the future generations of agriculture.

“The future belongs to the few still willing to get our hands dirty.”




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Show Results Grand Champion Open Show – Harvue Windhammer Franki – Plainfield Farms Reserve Grand Champion Open Show – Erbacres Brokaw DalynePlainfield Farms Senior Champion Open Show – Harvue Windhammer Franki – Plainfield Farms Reserve Senior Champion Open Show – Renwind Atlantic Monica – Aaron Carle Intermediate Champion Open Show – Erbacres Brokaw Dalyne – Plainfield Farms Reserve Intermediate Champion Open Show – Toppglen Defiant Wowwee – Logan Topp Junior Champion Open Show – Toppglen Defiant Win It-ET – Logan Topp Reserve Junior Champion Open Show – Oh-River-Syc Soloman Bea-ET – Jenneil Holsteins Grand Champion Junior Show – Toppglen Defiant Wowwee- Logan Topp Reserve Grand Champion Junior Show – Renwind Atlantic Monica – Aaron Carle Senior Champion Junior Show – Renwind Atlantic Monica – Aaron Carle Reserve Senior Champion Junior Show – Hardingdale ABS Viv-Red – Isabel Seibert Intermediate Champion Junior Show – Toppglen Defiant Wowwee – Logan Topp Reserve Intermediate Champion Junior Show – Jenneil Guthria Georgia – Emily Deam Junior Champion Junior Show – Toppglen Defiant Win It-ET – Logan Topp Reserve Junior Champion Junior Show – Oh-River-Syc Solomon Bea-ET, Emily Deam AGED Cow 1 Plainfield Aftershock Sparkle, Plainfield Farms

Five Year Old 1 Harvue Windhammer Frankie, Plainfield Farms 2 Plainfield Advent Gold-Red, Plainfield Farms 3 (Jr.) Toppglen Whoas Whiskey, Logan Topp

Winter Yearling 1 (Jr) OH-River-Syn Solomon Bea-ET, Emily Deam 2 (Jr) Toppglen Atwood Winner-ET, Logan Topp 3 Oakfield Brady Tiger-ET, Lofty Meadow Farm LLC

Four Year Old 1 (Jr.) Renwind Atlantic Monica , Aaron Carle 2 (Jr.) Hardingdale ABS Viv-Red, Isable Seibert 3 Plainfield Gold Nadene, Plainfield Farms 4 (Jr.) Ms Rose-Vue Aaron Pamela, Aaron Carle

Spring Yearling 1 Oakfield Byway Taboo-ET, Lofty Meadow Farm, LLC

Winter Heifer Calf 1. Conrad Montross Klarity, Conrad Farm Fall Heifer Calf 1. Silver-Mist Airlift Paisley, Johnnie Johnson & Jessica Callahan 2. Conrad Meridian Dawn, Conrad Farm 3. Conrad Meridian Candra, Conrad Farm Summer Yearling 1. Conrad Anova Zee, Conrad Farm Winter Yearling 1. Redcarpet Meridian Merrimac, JC Dairy Farm Fall Yearling 1. Silver-Mist Awesome Malbec-Red, Joe Busey 2. Silver-Mist Paint Splatter, Madison Pitstick Junior Champion – Silver-Mist Airlift Paisley, Johnnie Johnson & Jessica Callahan Reserve Junior Champion – Redcarpet Meridian Merrimac, JC Dairy Farm Senior Two Year Old 1. Conrad Dorcy Dorothy, Conrad Farm Senior Three Year Old 1. Conrad Atwood Patty, Conrad Farm Intermediate Champion – Conrad Dorcy Dorothy, Conrad Farm Reserve Intermediate Champion – Conrad Atwood Patty, Conrad Farm

Summer Yearling 1 (Jr) Toppglen Defiant Win It-ET, Logan Topp 2 (Jr) Beardsley Doorman Gessamine, Colson Starner 3 Plainfield Solomon Willow Plainfield Farms 4 KCCK Anara Byway Adele-ET, OH-River-Syndicate

Senior Three Year Old 1 Erbacres Brokaw Dalyne, Plainfield Farms 2 (Jr) Hardingdale gold Kisha-ET, Isabel Seibert 3 (Jr.) Beardsley Atwood Gwynne, Emily Deam

Fall Heifer Calf 1 Plainfield MCC Wildfire, Plainfield Farms 2 Plainfield Defi Sangria-Red, Plainfield Farms 3 (Jr) HD Diamondback Abigeil, Ella Seibert 4 Lofty Meadow Windhammer Markey, Lofty Meadow Farm LLC 5 (Jr) Beardsley Defiant Elizabeth, Colson Starner 6 (Jr) M Coffman Apprentice Sue RC, Alexis Coffman

Junior Three Year Old 1 (Jr)Toppglen Reginld Wakenna-TW, Logan Topp Senior Two Year Old 1 (Jr.) Toppglen Defiant Wowwee, Logan Topp 2 (Jr) Jenneil Guthrie Georgia, Emily Deam 3 Plainfield Braxton Sassy, Plainfield Farms 4 (Jr) Hardingdale Platinum Andi, Isabell Seibert 5 Lofty Meadow Golden Trixie, Lofty Meadow Farm LLC Junior Two Year Old 1 (JR.) Quality-Quest Clark Jasmine, Micah Dye Fall Yearling 1 (Jr) Plainfield Arpanas Ashley, Hannah Dye 2 (jr) Beardsley Diamondback Georgia, Colson Starner 3 Ms Chassity Jacoby Chaka-ET, Lofty Meadow Farm LLC 4 (JR) Kar-Je Crush Prentice, Aaron Carle 5 (Jr.) M Coffman Montross Lex, Alexis Coffman

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OPEN SHOW Spring Heifer Calf 1. Silver-Mist Ad Meritage-Red, Morgan Davis

District 3 Holstein Show • June 16, 2018 Judge: Eric Topp

Winter Calf 1 (Jr) Beardsley Solomon Carol, Emily Deam 2 Plainfield AR Glamour, Plainfield Farms 3 (Jr) Toppglen Jordy Wow, Logan Topp 4 Trealayne Solomon Gilda-ET, Trealayne Holsteins 5 (Jr) Jenneil Diamondback Arizona, Haylee Kinsey 6 Zimmerview Loyola Ranee-Red, Zimmerview Dairy Spring Heifer Calf 1 (Jr) Toppglen Atwood Wazinga, Logan Topp 2 Trealayne Solo Gardner-ET, Trealayne Holsteins 3 OH-River-Syn All Blakly-ET, Zimmerview Dairy 4 (JR) M Coffman Yoder Rachel, Alexis Coffman

District 5 Holstein Show • June 18, 2018 Judge: Jason Miley

Four Year Old Cow 1. Conrad Ladd Glory P-Red, Conrad Farm

Summer Yearling 1. Conrad Anova Zee, BJ Anders

Five Year Old Cow 1. Conrad Goldchip Twylight, Conrad Farm 2. Conrad Shout Doria, Conrad Farm

Fall Yearling 1. Silver-Mist Awesome Malbec-Red, Joe Busey 2. Silver-Mist Paint Splatter, Madison Pitstick

Aged Cow 1. Conrad Buckeye Delaware, Conrad Farm

Junior Champion – Silver-Mist Awesome Malbec-Red, Joe Busey Reserve Junior Champion – Conrad Meridian Dawn, Luke Anders

Senior & Grand Champion – Conrad Goldchip Twylight, Conrad Farm Reserve Senior & Grand Champion – Conrad Ladd Glory P-Red, Conrad Farm Best Udder – Conrad Goldchip Twylight, Conrad Farm

Senior Two Year Old 1. Conrad Dorcy Dorothy, Macrae Conrad

Senior Best Three Females 1. Conrad Farm

Intermediate Champion – Conrad Dorcy Dorothy, Macrae Conrad Reserve Intermediate Champion – Conrad Atwood Patty, Maylon Conrad

Dairy Herd 1. Conrad Farm Supreme Champion Heifer – Blue Moons AP Destiny, Blue Moon Guernseys Supreme Champion Cow – Conrad Goldchip Twylight, Conrad Farm Premier Breeder & Exhibitor – Conrad Farm JUNIOR SHOW Winter Heifer Calf 1. Conrad Montross Klarity, Kadence Scholz Fall Heifer Calf 1. Conrad Meridian Dawn, Luke Anders 2. Conrad Meridian Candra, BJ Anders

Senior Three Year Old 1. Conrad Atwood Patty, Maylon Conrad

Four Year Old Cow 1. Conrad Ladd Glory P-Red, Macrae Conrad Five Year Old Cow 1. Conrad Goldship Twylight, Maylon Conrad 2. Conrad Shout Doria, Macrae Conrad Aged Cow 1. Conrad Buckeye Delaware, Maylon Conrad Senior & Grand Champion – Conrad Goldchip Twylight, Maylon Conrad Reserve Senior & Grand Champion – Conrad Ladd Glory P-Red, Macrae Conrad

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Show Results Spring Heifer 1. (JR)Toppglen Wilson Martini, Brennan, Marissa, & Logan Topp 2. (JR)Toppglen Atwood Wazinga-ET, Brennan, Marissa & Logan Topp 3. (JR)Borderview Crush Britta-ET, Tim & Grace Gunkleman 4. (JR)Borderview Drmn Harper-ET, Tim & Grace Gunkleman Winter Heifer 1. (JR)Toppglen Jordy Wow, Brennan, Marissa & Logan Topp 2. (JR)Riverdown Atwood Jiggablink-ET, Tim & Grace Gunkleman 3. Miley Solomon Gospel, Miley Holsteins 4. Richmond Starbark Morlock, Mogul Anita 5. (JR)Miley Doorman Gets-Me-Going, David Miley Fall Heifer 1. (JR)Brook Corner Door Wakeup-ET, Tim & Grace Gunkleman 2. Miley Avalanche Geriessee-ET, Miley Holsteins 3. Miley Avalanche Gem Red-ET, Miley Holsteins 4. (JR)Toppglen Braxton Danika, Brennan, Marissa & Logan Topp 5. (JR)Miss Tamales Hot Hype Red, Tim & Grace Gunkleman Summer Yearling 1. (JR)Toppglen Degiant Win-It-ET, Brennan, Marissa & Logan Topp 2. Toppglen Atwood Winona-ET, Shelton & Marcy Warren 3. (JR)Etgen-Winner Beemer Sophia, Drake Knoll, Phillip Madison 4. (JR)Mors Atwood Bri, Colby & Dillon Morlock Spring Yearling 1. Ruppvue Doorman Freckles, Ruppvue Farms 2. (JR) Velvet View MC Taylor, Logan & Wyatt Schauch 3. (JR)Ruppvue Doorman Flicker-ET, Madicyn Rupp 4. (JR)Miss Hot Summer Lovin, Tim & Grace Gunkleman 5. (JR)Savage-Leigh DMB Lishata, Colby & Dillon Morlock Winter Yearling 1. (JR)Savage-Leigh Gotta Cook-ET, Tim & Grace Gunkleman 2. (JR)Toppglen Atwood Winner-ET, Brennan, Marissa & Logan Topp 3. (JR)Gleann Braemore Avalanche Red, Clay, Cora, Curtis, & Carlie Gunkleman

Fall Yearling 1. (JR)VelvetView Airlift Carlee, Logan & Wyatt Schauch 2. Milksource Goldchip Lavra, Bryce Saynor

Brennan, Marrisa & Logan Topp Reserve Intermediate Champion Junior Show – Toppglen Atwood Windstar, Brennan, Marissa & Logan Topp

Junior Champion – Savage-Leigh Gotta Look-ET, Tim & Grace Gunkleman Reserve Junior Champion – Toppglen Defiant Win-It-ET, Brennan, Marissa & Logan Topp Junior Champion Junior Show – Savage-Leigh Gotta Look-ET, Tim & Grace Gunkleman Reserve Junior Champion Junior Show – Toppglen Defiant Win-ItET, Brennan, Marissa & Logan Topp

4-Year-Old 1. Miss Absolute Martini, Yoder & Gleisner 2. (JR)Renwind Atlantic Monica, Aaron Carle

Junior Best Three 1. Toppglen farms 2. Gunklemans & Carrissa Pittman

Winter Heifer Calf 1. Brookview Bexley-Ann, Charlie Gleisner 2. (JR)Do-Ra-Me Add Zythem-Red, Cora Gunkelman 3. MS Dback Mimosa, Charlie Gleisner 4. (JR)Jaloda Diamondback Diaz, Natalie Calfo 5. (JR)Jenn-Stone Meridian Elite, Jacob Knapp Fall Heifer Calf 1. (JR)Etgen-Way Beemer Salantra, Greg Cornish 2. (JR)Do-Ra-Me Lotus Rylee, Cora Gunkelman 3. (JR)K-BEC Beamer Glam Trailgirl, Morgan McDonnell 4. (JR)Beardsley McCutchen Ella, Avery Dumbeck 5. (JR)Whiteleather Doorman 3349, Bethany Cring Summer Yearling Heifer 1. Lazy G Brokaw Manali, Charlie Gleisner 2. (JR)Jaloda 1st Grade Numbers, Natalie Calfo 3. (JR)Knappway Affirm San Andreas, Jacob Knapp Spring Yearling Heifer 1. (JR)Do-Ra-Me Rdburst Phoenix-Red, Cora Gunkelman 2. Shadeline-A GC Lil Ann, Charlie Gleisner

Senior 2-Year-Old 1. (JR)Toppglen Defiant Wowwe, Brennan, Marissa & Logan Topp 2. (JR)Toppglen Awesome Wildflower, Brennan, Marissa & Logan Topp Junior 3-Year-Old 1. LakePoint Dempsey Julip, Kari Michalovich 2. (JR)Toppglen Reginald Wakenna-TW, Brennan, Marissa & Logan Topp 3. Jericho-Dairy AZ Radish, Heritage Dairy LLC Senior 3-Year-Old 1. SaynorValley Sammy Felicity, Bryce Saynor 2. Raygor Zelgadis Joven, Raygor Farms Intermediate Champion – Toppglen Defiant Wowwe, Brennan, Marissa & Logan Topp Reserve Intermediate Champion – Saynor Valley Sammy Felicity, Bryce Saynor Intermediate Champion Junior Show – Toppglen Defiant Wowwe,

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Aged Cow 1. Miss Disaranno-Red, Randy & Jerri Schaffer

Premier Exhibitor & Breeder – Toppglen Farms Senior & Grand Champion – Miss Aboslute Martini, Yoder & Gleisner Reserve Senior & Grand Champion – Raygor Alexander Tara, Raygor Farms Grand Champion Junior Show – Toppglen Defiant Wowwe, Brennan, Marissa & Logan Topp Reserve Grand Champion Junior Show – Renwind Atlantic Monica, Aaron Carle Senior Champion Junior Show – Renwind Atlantic Monica, Aaron Carle Dam & Daughter 1. Aaron Carle 2. Toppglen Produce of Dam 1. Toppglen 2. Ruppvue 3. Gunklemans & Carrissa Pittman Premier Exhibitor & Breeder – Toppglen Farms

District 8 Holstein Show • August 21, 2018 Judge: Chris Lahmers • 86 Head Shown

3. (JR)Auburnhills Kilo Mansfield, Jacob Knapp 4. (JR)Oakson Kilo Dimples, Cannon Jackson 5. (JR)Jaloda Jacoby Karen-ET, Cheyanne Zemba

Junior Best Three Females 1. Cora Gunkelman 2. Jaloda Farm 3. Steve Knapp

5-Year-Old 1. Ruppvue Seaver Melissa, Ruppvue Farms & Yoder

150,000 lb Cow 1. Raygor Alexander Tara, Raygor Farms

Junior 2-Year-Old 1. (JR)Toppglen Atwood Windstar, Brennan, Marissa & Logan Topp 2. (JR)Renwind Pety Missy, Aaron Carle

Show Results Spring Heifer Calf 1. (JR)Borderview Drmn Harper-ET, Cora Gunkelman 2. (JR)U-Dean Airlift Away, Jazmine Auble 3. (JR)Jaloda King Royal Katie-ET, Reece Leiby 4. (JR)E-Kiko Slater Racquel-ET, Lincoln Snydee 5. (JR)AuBurn-Hills Brax Mimi, Estella Ohly

District 7 Holstein Show • July 9, 2018 Judge: Rudy Kiko • 48 Head Shown

Yearling In Milk 1. (JR)Lund-View Dempsey Maskara, Cannon Jackson Junior Two Year Old 1. Oakfield-Bro Corvette Fern-ET, John J. & Bri Conry 2. (JR)Jaloda Mogul Firewall, Emily Klier Senior Two Year Old 1. (JR)Ranchdale Addie Chilipepper-Red, Cora Gunkelman 2. (JR)Twining Armani Reba-Red, Lily 3. Sterlinglen Monte Ariana, Megan Timmons 4. (JR)Twining Integral Specks, Kaitlyn Whitaker Junior Three Year Old 1. (JR)Ransom-Rail Armani Koeve-ET, Cora Gunkelman 2. (JR)Cornish Atwood Adell, Greg Cornish 3. (JR)Norwescor Sabathia Lucille, Clayton Lamb Senior Three Year Old 1. (JR)Stunning Corvette Google-ET, Rachel Beat 2. (JR)Pamperd Acres Halker-Red-ET, Cora Gunkelman 3. (JR)Brook-Corner Detrified, Greg Cornish 4. (JR)Twining Aramani Charlize, Kaityln Whitaker 5. (JR)Springhill-OH Mohawk Teardrop, Savanna Tletski Intermediate Champion - Ransom-Rail Armani Koeve-ET, Cora Gunkelman

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Show Results Premier Breeder: Bucks Pride Dairy Premier Exhibitor: Bucks Pride Dairy

OPEN SHOW CHAMPIONS Grand Champion – Stunning Corvette Google, Bethany Cring Reserve Grand Champion – Bucks Pride Archrival Amy, Lane Bower Senior Champion – MS Gin N Tonic-ET, Matthew Lund and Hannah Dumbeck Intermediate Champion – Stunning Corvette Google, Bethany Cring Reserve Intermediate Champion- Bucks Pride Archrival Amy, Lane Bower Junior Champion – Bucks Pride Slater Maria – Bucks Pride Reserve Junior Champion – Greenlea Absolute Sweety-Red, Bucks Pride Best Bred and Owned - Bucks Pride Slater Maria – Bucks Pride JUNIOR SHOW CHAMPIONS Grand Champion – Stunning Corvette Google, Bethany Cring Reserve Grand Champion – Brookview Archrival Voo Doo, Alexis Stransbury Senior Champion – MS Gin N Tonic-ET, Matthew Lund and Hannah Dumbeck Intermediate Champion – Stunning Corvette Google, Bethany Cring Reserve Intermediate Champion - Brookview Archrival Voo Doo, Alexis Stransbury

District 9 Holstein Show • July 19, 2018 Judge: Derek Baumer • 35 Head Shown

Junior Champion – Whiteleather Doorman 3349, Bethany Cring Reserve Junior Champion – KK Hudson Gold Chip Dream, Sydney Corwin Spring Heifer Calf 1. Bucks Pride Solomon Fritter, Brady Cole, Bucks Pride 2. Bucks Pride Solomon Mary, Will Cole/ Bucks Pride 3. (JR)KK Hudson Gold Chip Dream, Sydney Corwin 4. Markway Crush Em, Mark Payne 5. HD-Lundview OK Phoebe-Red, Madelyn Kemper

Summer Yearling 1. (JR)Oakfield Sirwood Dabble-ET, Megan McCoy 2. Markway DBack Cassie, Mark Payne 3. Markway Merrick Ella, Mark Payne Spring Yearling 1. (JR)Borderview Doorman Dell, Mia Strong 2. Uber Haven Absolute Sass, Mark Payne 3. (JR) KK Hudson McCutchen Wilma, Cole Hudson Winter Yearling 1. Greenlea Absolute Sweety-Red, Bucks Pride 2. Bucks Pride Diamondback Lisa, Bucks Pride 3. (JR)Woods Valley Doorman Rae, Kayla Cring 4. (JR)Werrcroft Beemer Annabelle-ET, Megan McCoy

Winter Heifer Calf 1. Bucks Pride Slater Maria, Bucks Pride 2. Bucks Pride Slater Peach, Will Cole, Bucks Pride 3. (JR)Beardsley Hi Octane Bijou, Cooper Marsh 4. Markway Brazzle Rose, Mark Payne 5. (JR)Spring LA Diamondback Sadie, Brook Slagel

Junior Two Year Old 1. Bucks Pride Archrival Amy, Lane Bower, Bucks Pride

Fall Heifer Calf 1. (JR)Whiteleather Doorman 3349, Bethany Cring 2. Bucks Pride Pumpkin Pie V, Bucks Pride 3. Markway Gerwyn Ginger, Mark Payne 4. (JR)Arethusa Atwood Fanta-ET, Megan McCoy 5. Marksway DBack Ellie, Mark Payne

Senior Two Year Old 1. (JR)Brookview Archrival Voo Doo, Alexis Stransbury Dry Aged Cow 1. (JR)Ms Gin N Tonic-ET, Matthew Lund and Hannah Dumbeck

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Show Results OPEN SHOW Premier Breeder & Exhibitor - Sunnyville Registered Holsteins Grand Champion – White-Light Gldn Kolor, White-Light Holsteins Reserve Grand Champion – Sunnyville Corvette Kamero, Sunnyville Holsteins Senior Champion – White-Light Gldn Kolor, White-Light Holsteins Intermediate Champion – White-Light Gldn Kolor, White-Light Holsteins Reserve Intermediate Champion – Brookview AR Likable-TW, Ava Bundy, White-Light Holsteins Junior Champion – White-Light Dmnbck Kucumber, Leah Bundy, White-Light Holsteins Reserve Junior Champion – Kolors Konfession, White-Light Holsteins JUNIOR SHOW Grand Champion - Sunnyville Corvette Kamero, Brook Bostelman Reserve Grand Champion- Brookview AR Likable-TW, Ava Bundy Intermediate Champion Sunnyville Corvette Kamero, Brook Bostelman Reserve Intermediate Champion- Brookview AR Likable-TW, Ava Bundy Junior Champion – White-Light Dmnbck Kucumber, Leah Bundy Reserve Junior Champion – White-Light Dickson I Know, Nora Bundy Spring Heifer Calf 1. (JR)White-Light GC Konfidence, Leah Bundy, White-Light Holsteins 2. Sunnyville Touchdown Juke, Sunnyville Registered Holsteins 3. (JR) ST Genomic Pro Rosi-Red-ET, Lani Rosebrook 4. (JR)Sunnyville Touchdown Kick, Grahm Rosebrook

5. Sunnyville Mega Marvelous, Sunnyville Registered Holsteins Winter Heifer Calf 1. Kolors Konfession, White-Light Holsteins 2. (JR)White-Light Dickson I Know, Nora Bundy 3. Mawil Delta Lampa Saffron, Cline Bro. Holsteins 4. (JR) Sunnyville Touchdown Lit, Callie Seedorf 5. Sunnyville King Royal Wendle, Sunnyville Registered Holsteins Fall Heifer Calf 1. (JR)White-Light Dmndbk Kudumber, Leah Bundy 2. (JR)Sunrose Jodi, Ava Bundy 3. Sunnyville Bob Nelson, Sunnyville Registered Holsteins 4. Sunnyville Uptown Waiter, Sunnyville Registered Holsteins 5. Sunnyville Bob Jones Sunnyville Registered Holsteins Summer Yearling 1. (JR)ODC Defiant Luckey-Red-ET, Ava Bundy 2. (JR) Sunnyville Archrival Pansy, Chloe Seedorf

JUNIOR SHOW CHAMPIONS Grand Champion - Craggan Goldwyn Zing, Kris Ackley Reserve Grand Champion – Ack-Lee Chelios Edona, Kris Ackley Junior Champion – MD Dun-Loafin DBK Excite-ET, Kris Ackley & Z. Conroy Reserve Junior Champion – Maiz-N-Blu DB Lily-ET, Kris Ackley Spring Heifer Calf 1. (JR)Rocklan Crush Crystal, Kris Ackley, Ack-Lee Holsteins 2. Four Henry Lightning Fire Abby, Henry Farms 3. Oaksons Silver Bell, Oaksons South Winter Heifer Calf 1. (JR)Maiz-N-Blu DB Lily-ET, Kris Ackley, Ack-Lee Holsteins

Junior Two-Year-Old 1. (JR)Sunnyville PL Design Payton, Will Seedorf Senior Two-Year-Old 1. (JR)Brookview AR Likable-TW, Ava Bundy 2. (JR)Country-Path Brady Sage, Hayley Bankey 3. (JR)Sunnyville Atlantic Kennedy, Will Seedorf Junior Three-Year-Old 1. (JR)Sunnyville Corvette Kamero, Brook Bostelman 2. (JR)MS Solid Gold Corvette Harvey, Hayley Bankey 3. (JR) GBM Sun Atwood Twinkle, Will Seedorf 4. (JR)Sunnyville Guthrie Annie, Zach Rosebrook Aged Cow 1. White-Light Gldn Kolor, White-Light Holsteins Best Uddered 1. (JR)Sunnyville Corvette Kamero, Brook Bostelman 2. White-Light Gldn Kolor, White-Light Holsteins 3. (JR)Sunnyville Pl Design Payton, Will Seedorf 4. (JR)Brookview AR Likeable-TW, Ava Bundy

Spring Yearling 1. (JR)MS White-Light Defnt Glitz, Ava Bundy Winter Yearling 1. (JR) Sunnyville Gold Chip Lucky, Will Seedorf

Best Three Females 1. Sunnyville Registered Holsteins

Junior Best Three Females 1. White-Light Holsteins 2. Sunnyville Registered Holsteins 3. Sunnyville Registered Holsteins 4. White-Light Holsteins

Show Results OPEN SHOW CHAMPIONS Grand Champion – Craggan Goldwyn Zing, Kris Ackley, Ack-Lee Holsteins Reserve Grand Champion- Lindale Doorman Felina, Kris Ackley, AckLee Holsteins Junior Champion – MD Dun-Loafin DBK Excite-ET, Kris Ackley & Z. Conroy Reserve Junior Champion – Maiz-N-Blu DB Lily-ET, Kris Ackley

District 10 Holstein Show • August 14, 2018 Judge: Terry Rawn • 30 Head Shown

Dam and Daughter 1. White-Light Holsteins 2. Sunnyville Registered Holsteins

District 11 Holstein Show • July 12, 2018 Judge: Jordan Eby • 30 Head Shown

2. (JR)Richlan J Jordy Stella-Red, Ally Cupps, Richlan Farms 3. McGuires Callen Desire, McGuire Holsteins & Jerseys Fall Heifer Calf 1. (JR)Pond Ridge McCutchin Trip, Cole Pond 2. Steel-Land Solomon Aspire-ET, Ack-Lee Holsteins 3. (JR)Pond-Ridge McCutchin Tina, Cole Pond 4. Four Henry King Royal Lily, Four Henry Farm 5. Four Henry KingBoy Katie, Four Henry Farm

4. Four Henry Headliner Diamond, Henry Farms Fall Yearling 1. Bertchland Doorman Jump Around, Tyler Meyer Junior Two Year Old 1. (JR)Oakfield Solomon Lola, Luke Jackson, Oakson South 2. (JR)Long Haven Beemer Chrome, Kris Ackley, Audrey, 3. Ella & Jillian Bouton 4. Jacobs Brasil Hiroshema, Oakson South

Summer Yearling 1. Ack-Lee Solomon Ekko, Ack-Lee Holsteins 2. MS Dempsey Opal, Kyle McGuire

Senior Two Year Old 1. Lindale Doorman Felina, Ack-Lee Holsteins

Spring Yearling 1. (JR) MSFLRA Ladd Tessa-Red, Kody Pond 2. (JR) Harmony Corners Panda Red, Kaleb Pond Winter Yearling 1. (JR)MD-Dun-Loafin Dbk Excite, Kris Ackley & Z. Conroy, Ack-Lee Farms 2. Bevins Creek Montgomery, Luke Jackson 3. (JR)Do-Ra-Me Durango Riley-Red, Kody Pond

Junior Three Year Old 1. (JR)Ack-Lee Chelios Edona, Kris Ackley, Ack-Lee Holsteins 2. Oakfield Armani Shauti, Oakson South 3. (JR)Pinetree Rebel 6681 Red-ET, Ally Cupps, Richlan Farms Aged Cow 1. (JR)Craggan Goldwyn Zing, Kris Ackley, Ack-Lee Holsteins

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WE THANK THE 2018 RED & WHITE SHOW SPONSORS Wil-O-Rae Farms Sprengs Long acres Chris Lahmers & Family JR & Angi Kaverman & Family James Cole Miley Holsteins Tom Thorbahn Ray Jackson & Family COBA

Topp-View Farms Davenport Hoof Care Macabob Farm Triple-T Farm Ja-Bob Farm Richman Farm ST Genetics Starmark Farm Barb Lumley

Ja-Cher Farm Hudson Farm John Hawvermale & Family TAG Holsteins Silvermist Holsteins Conrad Farm Call-Del Farm

SAVE THE DATE!!

2019 Ohio Holstein Convention hosted by District 1

March 8-9 • Avalon Inn & Country Club • Warren, OH Sale to be held at the Geauga County Fairgrounds

Look for details of the 2019 Ohio Holstein Convention in the next issue!

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Show Results Spring Heifer 1. (JR)Southern Hills Amplf Strobe, Shelby, Jenna, & Hannah Griffith 2. (JR)Southern Hills Jord Cam, Shelby, Jenna, & Hannah Griffith 3. (JR)Miller Farm Diamondback Conn, Danielle Miller 4. (JR)Ray-Jo Mogul Paisley, Will Mathews 5. Ray-Co Mcc Bently, Emma & Maggie Mathews

Winter Heifer 1. (JR)BGP Awesome Bombshell-Red, Shelby, Jenna & Hannah Griffith 2. (JR)SH-Edge-NCM Avlch Skye, Shelby, Jenna & Hannah Griffith 3. (JR)Ray-Jo GC Buttercup, Pierce Derflinger 4. Ray-Jo GC Listen Linda, Donald Bickel 5. Bottom Line Crush Gizmo, Andrew Baumann Fall Heifer 1. (JR)Ray-Jo Wilson Hanky Panky, Emma & Maggie Matthews 2. (JR)Future-Manor D Sunkist, Cole Heger 3. (JR)MS SH-LG Delicious Apple, Shelby, Jenna & Hannah Griffith 4. (JR)Southern Hills Loveman Moxy, Shelby, Jenna & Hannah Griffith 5. Future Manor Def Lockett, Cole Heger Summer Yearling 1. (JR)Rocky-Run Add Fidget, Shelby & Jenna Griffith 2. (JR)Ray-Jo Defiant Coriander, Emma & Maggie Matthews 3. (JR)Southern Hills Loveman Tulip, Shelby, Jennay & Hannah Griffith 4. Bottom-Line Defiant Daisy, Andrew Baumann 5. Bottom-Line Corvette Elise, Andrew Baumann Spring Yearling 1. SH-SW Defiant Rhonda, Shelby & Jenna Griffith 2. Southern-Hills Defiant Legend, Shelby & Jenna Griffith 3. (JR)Ray-Jo Defiant Cayenne, Will Mathews 4. (JR)Ray-Jo Defiant Cajun, Emma & Maggie Mathews 5. (JR)Gar-Len Dianmondback Kaley Sarah Quallen Winter Yearling 1. (JR)Ray-Jo Absolute Caroline, Emma & Maggie Mathews 2. MS St Jacobs Side Latte, Curtis Bickel 3. (JR) Sourthern Hills Beemer Linda, Shelby & Jenna Griffith

4. Lane-Oak Archival Maya, Caili Baumann 5. (JR)Future Manor Beemer Indie, Cole Heger Fall Yearling 1. In-Red Doorman Applebee, Chad Griffith & Yann Bossel 2. (JR)Miller Farm McCutchen Kara, Danielle, Miller 3. (JR)Ray-Jo Diamondback Tipsy, Emma & Maggie Mathews 4. Bottom Line Bradnick Margo, Andrew Baumann 5. (JR)Oakfield Akito Sassy, Emma Mathews

Junior Champion - BGP Awesome Bombshell-Red, Shelby, Jenna & Hannah Griffith Reserve Junior Champion - Ray-Jo Wilson Hanky Panky, Maggie Mathews Junior Champion Junior Show - BGP Awesome Bombshell-Red, Shelby, Jenna & Hannah Griffith Reserve Junior Champion Junior Show - Ray-Jo Wilson Hanky Panky, Maggie Mathews Junior 2-Year-Old 1. (JR)Future-Manor Corvette Heidi, Cole Heger 2. Southern-Hills Arival Winni, Chad Griffith

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Junior Three Year Old 1. Silver Mist Sanchez Cate, Aubree Topp, Botkins, OH 2. Oakvale Goldchip Bella, Olivia Finke, London, OH 3. Ack-Lee Chelios Edona, Kris Ackley, East Liberty, OH Senior Three Year Old 1. Brookview Sid Loverslane, Garrett Havens, Fremont, OH 2. Beardsley Atwood Gwynne, Victoria Deam, Sugarcreek, OH 3. Stunning Corvette Google, Bethany Cring, Morwalk, OH 4. Ms D Angel Dezirae, Lindsey Lamoreaux, Louisville, OH 5. Gar-Ien Bradnick Jade, Sarah Quallen, Wilmington, OH Intermediate Champion of the Ohio State Fair - Brookview Sid Loverslane, Garrett Havens, Fremont, OH

Intermediate Champion - Butlerview Doorman AK 9293, Shelby & Jenna Griffith Reserve Intermediate Champion - Ray-Jo Absolute Rave, Maggie Mathews Intermediate Champion Junior Show - Butlerview Doorman AK 9293, Shelby & Jenna Griffith Reserve Intermediate Champion Junior Show - Ray-Jo Absolute Rave, Maggie Mathews 4-Year-Old 1. Express-SMD Attitud Giggles, Andrew Baumann 5-Year-Old 1. Express-SMD Dempsey Janice, Caili Baumann 2. (JR)Golden-Dell Attie, Sarah Quallen Aged Cow 1. (JR)GBM Atwood Jevette, Emma & Maggie Mathews 2. MS Morsan Picol Tsunami, Cole Heger Best Udder 1. (JR)Butlerview Doorman AK9293, Shelby & Jenna Griffith

Senior 2-Year-Old 1. (JR)Ray-Jo Absolute Rave, Maggie Mathews 2. Stan-Mar-Dale Okalif Qana, Andrew Baumann 3. Bertschland Sailing Scoco, Andrew Baumann 4. (JR)Gar-Len Alacazam Amanda, Sarah Quallen Junior 3-Year-Old 1. (JR)SH-LG Cap Gain Liquor, Chad Griffith 2. (JR)Future-Manor Magneta Heart, Caili Baumann Senior 3-Year-Old 1. (JR)Butlerview Doorman AK9293, Shelby & Jenna Griffith 2. (JR)Gar-Len Bradnick Jade, Sarah Quallen 3. (JR)Ray-Jo Goldwyn Banner, Will Mathews 4. Ray-Jo Redburst Laura, Emma & Maggie Mathews

Show Results 4. Scratchwell Ladd Rockin, Korey Oechsle, Van Wert, OH 5. Brookview AR Likeable, Ava Bundy, McClure, OH

District 15 Holstein Show • July 15, 2018 Judge: Jason Miley • 78 Head Shown

Grand Champion - Butlerview Doorman AK9293, Shelby & Jenna Griffith Reserve Grand Champion - Ray-Jo Absolute Rave, Maggie Mathews Senior Champion - GBM Atwood Jevette, Maggie Mathews Reserve Senior Champion - Express-SMD Dempsey Janice, Caili Bauman Grand Champion Junior Show - Butlerview Doorman AK9293, Shelby & Jenna Griffith Reserve Grand Champion Junior Show - Ray-Jo Absolute Rave, Maggie Mathews Senior Champion Junior Show - GBM Atwood Jevette, Maggie Mathews Reserve Senior Champion Junior Show - Golden-Dell Attie, Sarah Quallen Premier Exhibitor - Southern Hills Holsteins, the Griffiths Premier Breeder - New Horizon Farm, the Bickels

Ohio State Fair Holstein Junior & Mid-East Summer National Junior Holstein Show • Columbus, OH • July 27, 2018 Judge: Denny Patrick, Woodbine, MD

Reserve Intermediate Champion of the Ohio State Fair - Silver Mist Sanchez Cate, Aubree Topp, Botkins, OH Intermediate Champion of the National Show - Brookview Sid Loverslae, Garrett Havens, Fremont, OH Reserve Intermediate Champion of the National Show - Toppglen Defiant Wowwee, Brennon Topp, New Brennon, OH Four Year Old Cow 1. Chakelburg Evasion Kaught, Kris Ackley, East Liberty, OH 2. Marste Gold Chip Cher, Taylor Birkemeier, Sidney, OH 3. Ren-Bow Atwood Lilly, Olivia Finke, London, OH 4. Renwind Atlantic Monica, Aaron Carle, East Rochester, OH Five Year Old Cow 1. Rosedael Worth Rep, Cora Gunkelman, Medina, OH 2. Be-ware Gold Chip Money, Aaron Berg, Bellville, OH Aged Cow 1. Craggan Goldwyn Zing, Kris Ackley, East Liberty, OH

Dry Cow 1. Ms Gin N Tonic, Hannah Dumbeck, Norwalk, OH 2. Ms Morsan Picol Tsunami, Cole Heger, Camden, OH Senior Champion - Chakelburg Evasion Kaught, Kris Ackley, East Liberty, OH Reserve Senior Champion - Marste Gold Chip Cher, Taylor Birkemeier, Sidney, OH Grand Champion of the Ohio State Fair - Chakelburg Evasion Kaught, Kris Ackley, East Liberty, OH Reserve Grand Champion of the Ohio State Fair - Marste Gold Chip Cher, Taylor Birkemeier, Sidney, OH Grand Champion of the National Show - Chakelburg Evasion Kaught, Kris Ackley, East Liberty, OH Reserve Grand Champion of the National Show - Marste Gold Chip Cher, Taylor Birkemeier, Sidney, OH Best Bred and Owned - Oakvale Goldchip Bella, Olivia Finke, London, OH

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Yesterday’s Cowpath Leading up to the 100th Anniversary of the Ohio Holstein Association, Barb Lumley will be writing a special column featuring special points in time for the Ohio Holstein Association. Enjoy your walk down Yesterday’s Cowpath. By Barb Lumley From the 1977 National Convention Souvenir Booklet The 92nd Annual Convention of the Holstein Friesian Association was held June 26th thru 30th, 1977 in Columbus, Ohio.Convention co-chairmen were Sterling Timmons and James Lewis.The Ohio Holstein Executive Secretary was Cal Wilcox.The theme was “Holstein Heaven in ‘77”. Officers of the Holstein- Friesian Association of America were President, Gordon W. Newton; Vice-President, W. R. Brooks; Executive Secretary, Charles J. Larson; Executive Chairman, Robert H. Rumler; Treasurer & Office Manager, Robert B. Kessen; National Director from Ohio, Richard Indoe; Ohio Program Director, Neil Hammerschmidt. Ohio Holstein Association officers in 1977 were Dale Ring, President; Sterling Timmons, Vice-President; Ron Burke, Secretary; and James Kemp, Teasurer.The Governor of Ohio was James A. Rhodes. The 1977 National Convention Sale was held on Thursday, June 30 at the

Ohio State Fairgrounds.Chairman for the sale was Richard Indoe.R. Austin Backus, Inc., Mexico, New York managed the sale. The sale featured daughters of Elevation, Starlite, Matt, Astronaut, Jewel, Apollo, Chief and more.The three daughters of Gene Acres Felica May Fury 3E 97 selling were sired by Starlite and Astronaut.The 1976 All-Ohio 2 Year Old from an EX 94 All-Ohio dam was selling, as was the EX Grand Champion, VA 1976 by Elevation, and several contract cows. Articles included “The History of NOBA” by Bryce Weiker.In July 1940 a group of Seneca County farmers put together a small artificial breeding association, which grew into the present NOBA, Inc.From a few borrowed bulls, a rented farmstead and one veterinarian technician it grew to the present three production studs and semen sold all over the world in volumes exceeding 675,000 vials per year. Kenneth Indoe wrote about “Ohio Holstein History”.He reported that in 1867 the first registered Holstein bull in Ohio was shipped to O. F. Jones of Wooster from the Winthrop Chinery herd in Massachusetts. The bull was heavily used in Wayne County area and made a tremendous improvement in the dairy cattle in that part of Ohio.His name was Zuider Zee 4th and he was No. 59 in Vol. 1 of the 1872 Herdbook.Molly Brown, a heifer imported from Holland in 1881, was the foundation of the Bawndale Herd of C. W. Hoar at Wellington.Charlie

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Reserve Intermediate Champion - Stunning Corvette Google-ET, Rachel Beat Intermediate Champion of Junior Show - Ransom-Rail Armani Koeve-ET, Cora Gunkelman Reserve Intermediate Champion of Junior Show - Stunning Corvette Google-ET, Rachel Beat Four Year Old Cow 1. Miss Absolute Martini, Charlie Gleisner 2. (JR)Renwind Jaloda Firewood, Jenn Calfo Five Year Old Cow 1. (JR)MS Gin N Tonic-ET, Hannah Dumbeck 2. (JR)Rosedale Worth Repeating-ET, Cora Gunkelman 3. (JR)Twining Atwood Maggie, Kaitlyn Whitaker 4. Sterlinglen Trigger Opine, Megan Timmons Aged Cow

District 8 Holstein Show • August 21, 2018 Judge: Chris Lahmers • 86 Head Shown

1. (JR)Miss Hotcakes-Red, Cora Gunkelman 2. (JR)Lund-View Deuce Exstacy, Cannon Jackson 3. Sterlinglen Shottle Hilary, Megan Timmons Dry Aged Cow 1 (JR)Wendon Winbdbrook Mercy-ET, Cora Gunkelman 2 (JR)Jenn Stone Kilo Santa Fe, Jacob Knapp Best Three Females 1. Twining Farm 2. Jaloda Farm 3. Sterlinglen Farm Dam & Daughter 1. Charlie Gleisner 2. Steve Knapp 3. Twining Farm 4. JTL Farms Produce of Dam

Hoar helped organize the Holstein Breeders’ Association and was one of its first directors.The first Ohio Holstein Breeders’ Association was organized March 3, 1908 with Eldon smith as president. The National Holstein Futurity, Inc. was organized in 1954 by a group of interested Holstein breeders from Marion County Ohio.Ferd Lawrence of Marion, Ohio was its first president and as Mr. Lawrence said, “The Futurity was born on my front porch”.The first secretary-manager was Danny Weaver of Ashland, Ohio.Mrs. Frank (O’guerta) Cummings took over in 1961 as the Futurity Executive Secretary. The Central Ohio Breeding Association or COBA was organized in 1946 through the merger of two smaller Ohio A.I. organizations.COBA headquarters was located on a 106 acre farm 12 miles west of Columbus at 1224 Alton Darby Road. Richard Kellogg was General Manager from May 1946 until his retirement June 1, 1977.He was succeeded by Dr. Wallace E. Erickson. Richman Farms, Lodi, Ohio, occupied the inside front cover of the 1977 Souvenir Booklet.Sungold Farms owned by Dale Ring, occupied the inside back cover. It contained 177 pages.There were 136 breeder ads, most of them full page. Districts had full page ads and there were numerous commercial ads and ads from the A.I. bull studs.

1. Jaloda Farm Senior Champion - Miss Absolute Martini, Charlie Gleisner Reserve Senior Champion - Miss Hotcakes-Red, Cora Gunkelman Senior Champion of Junior Show - Miss Hotcakes-Red, Cora Gunkelman Reserve Senior Champion of Junior Show - MS Gin N Tonic-ET, Hannah Dumbeck Grand Champion - Ransom-Rail Armani Koeve-ET, Cora Gunkelman Reserve Grand Champion - Stunning Corvette Google-ET, Rachel Beat Grand Champion of Junior Show - Ransom-Rail Armani Koeve-ET, Cora Gunkelman Reserve Grand Champion of Junior Show - Stunning Corvette Google-ET, Rachel Beat Premier Exhibitor - Cora Gunkelman Premier Breeder - Twining Farm


Show Results Spring Heifer Calf Class 1. Topp View Addiction Ariel-Red, Madeline Topp 2. Southern Hills Jord Cam-Red, Shelby Griffith Winter Heifer Calf Class 1. Miley Dback Ghost-Red, David Miley 2. Richlin J Jordy Stella-Red, Ally Cupps 3. Intense Devour Pomlisa-Red, Kenlee Philips 4. Awesom Bombshell-Red, Jenna Griffith 5. Richlin J Awesom Willow-Red, Brody Jenkins Fall Heifer Calf Class 1. Miley Avalanche Gena-Red, David Miley 2. Miss Tamales Hot Hype-Red, Carissa Pitman 3. Future Manor Sunkist-Red, Cole Heger 4. Lindlaur DB Anheuser-Red, Lauren Lamoreaux 5. Call-Del Awes Tiffan-Red, Lydia Kaverman

Mid-East Summer National Red & White Junior Show July 26, 2018 • Judge: Chris Lang, Big Prairie, OH

Intermediate Grand Champion - Lah-Dale Malone ShineRed, Elaina Lahmers Intermediate Reserve Grand Champion - Pine Tree Rebel-Red, Ally Cupps Four Year Old Cow 1. Kare Bears Red Burst Sasha, Maggie Mathews Five Year Old Cow 1. Miley Redburst Glitz-Red, David Miley 2. Golden Dell Attie-Red, Sarah Quallen Aged Cow 1. Balmoral Lars Aurianna-Red, Madeline Topp 2. Miss Hot Cakes-Red, Cora Gunkelman

Summer Yearling Heifer 1. QuietCove Startruck-Red, Lily Elsass 2. Miley Diamondback Blair-Red, David Miley 3. OCD Defiant Lucky Red-ET, Ava Budny 4. Rocky Run Add Fidget-Red, Shelby Griffith 5. Ray-Jo DF Coriander-Red, Maggie Mathews Spring Yearling Heifer 1. Weeberlac Tickle Me-Red, Alyson Philips 2. Miss Hot Summer Lovin-Red, Carissa Pittman 3. Do Ra Me RDBRST-Red, Clay Gunkelman 4. D Ra Me Hot Cocco-Red, Cora Gunkelman 5. Dreamland MLNE Jiffy-Red, Taylor Birkemeier

125,000 lbs 1. Oakvale Advent Cinnabar-Red, Olivia Finkie Dry Cow 1. MS Morsan Picol Rsunami-Red, Cole Heger Senior Champion - Balmoral Lars Aurianna-Red, Madeline Topp Reserve Senior Champion - Miley Redburst Glitz-Red, David Miley Honorable Mention - Miss Hot Cakes-Red, Cora Gunkelman Grand Champion - Balmoral Lars Aurianna-Red, Madeline Topp Reserve Grand Champion - Lah-Dale Malone Shine-Red, Elaina Lahmers Honorable Mention - Pine Tree Rebel-Red, Ally Cupps

Grand Champions from left: OHA Queen Allison McCumons, Elaina Lahmers with Reserve Grand Champion, Madeline Topp with Grand Champion, Judge Chris Lang.

Winter Yearling Heifer 1. Lah-Dale Special-Red, Elaina Lahmers 2. Ray-Jo Caroline-Red, Maggie Mathews 3. Gleann Braemore Ava-Red, Clay Gunkelman 4. Do Ra Me Durango Riley-Red, Kody Pond Fall Yearling Heifer 1. Borderview Lunchesse-Red, Amalia Sammetinger 2. Golden Oaks Funky Fresh-Red, Ally Cupps 3. Goodsons Awesom Babe-Red, Sydney Good 4. Silvermist Armmalbac-Red, Joseph Busey Junior Champion of the 4H Show - Lah-Dale Special Red, Elaina Lahmers Reserve Junior Champion of the 4H Show - Miley Avalanche Gena-Red, David Miley Junior Champion - Lah-Dale Special-Red, Elaina Lahmers Reserve Junior Champion - Miley Avalanche Gena-Red, David Miley Senior Two Year Old Cow 1. Ranchdale Addic Chili, Cora Gunkelman 2. Ray-Jo Absolute Rave Red, Maggie Mathews 3. Gar-len Alacazam Amanda, Sarah Quallen Junior Three Year Old Cow 1. Pine Tree Rebel, Ally Cupps 2. Miss Revenge Tiana-Red, Madeline Topp Senior Three Year Old Cow 1. Lah-Dale Malone Shine-Red, Elaina Lahmers 2. Pamprd-Acres Walker-Red-ET, Cora Gunkelman 3. Budjon-Vail HZ Lotsa-Red, Garrett Havens 40

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Intermediate Champions from left: OHA Queen Allison McCumons, Ally Cupps with Reserve Intermediate Champion, Elaina Lahmers with Intermediate Champion, Judge Chris Lang.

Junior Champions from left: OHA Queen Allison McCumons, David Miley with Reserve Junior Champion, Elaina Lahmers with Junior Champion, Judge Chris Lang.


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COLBY, JESSICA, 14, 26, 6336Marietta, Fessler-Buxton Rd, HousCox, Levi, 3, 7875 SR OH, 45750, 740ton OH 45333, clbyfrms@sbcglobal.net, 937-210473-2789 1316 3, 7875 SR 26, Marietta, OH, 45750, 740Cox, Lucas, 473-2789 COLE, WILLIAM SPRENG, 9, PO Box 621, Bucyrus Crawford, Jessie,419-561-0902 15, 3056 Schefsky Rd, Blanchester, OH 44820, OH, 45107, askl8er80@yahoo.com, CONGLETON, LEVI, 3, 195 Emmaus937-987-2887 Rd, Belpre OH Cring,45714, Bethany Jane, 8, 199 Benedict Ave, Norwalk, 740-423-9679 OH, 44857, scottcring@gmail.com, 419-577-5189 CONGLETON, 3, 195 Ave, Emmaus Rd, Belpre Cring, Elijah, 8,TRACE, 199 Benedict Norwalk, OH, OH cringk@norwalktruckers.net, 45714, 740-423-9679 44857, 419-680-0454 CONRAD, MACRAE, 5, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New Cring, Kayla, 8, 199 Benedict Ave, Norwalk, OH, Holland OH 43145, gconrad67@msn.com, 44857, scottcring@gmail.com, 419-577-5189 740495-5067 Crossgrove, Allena, 10, 22-139 CR V, Archbold, OH, 43502, 419-438-2746 CONRAD, MACY, 5, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New Crossgrove, 10, 22-139 CR V, Archbold, 740OH, HollandJanae, OH 43145, gconrad67@msn.com, 43502, 419-438-2746 495-5067 Cupps, Allyson, 15, 799 Nutt Rd, Centerville, OH, CONRAD, MAYLON, 5, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New 45458, betsycupps@gmail.com, 937-215-5851 Holland OH 43145, gconrad67@msn.com, 740Daniel, Cora, 2, 7642 Columbus Rd, Louisville, OH, 495-5067 44641, 330-323-4379 COOPER, CODY, 2, 37880 Wickham Rd, Pomeroy Daniel, Sydney, 2, 7642 Columbus Rd, Louisville, OH, OH 330-323-4379 45769-9425, 44641, CORNISH, 2572 Edwards Rd, North FairDavis, Lilly,GREG, 7, 4748, Leatha Lane, Cleveland, TN, field330-263-1756 OH 44855, cornish.29@osu.edu, 419-68137312, Days,7472 Eliza, 3, 2222 Channel Rd NE, Carrollton, OH, 44615, 330-738-3306 COX, LEVI, 3, 7875 SR 26, Marietta OH 45750, 740Days,473-2789 Emmy, 3, 2222 Channel Rd NE, Carrollton, OH, 44615, 330-738-3306 COX, LUCAS, 3, 7875 SR 26, Marietta OH 45750, 740Deam, Emily, 3, 9843 Golf Course Rd, Sugarcreek, 473-2789 OH, 44681, hoofneil@gmail.com, 330-763-1405 CRAWFORD, 15, Course 3056 Rd, Schefsky Rd, Deam, Victoria, JESSIE, 3, 9843 Golf Sugarcreek, Blanchester OH 45107, askl8er80@yahoo.com, OH, 44681, hoofneil@gmail.com, 330-763-1405 Doria,937-987-2887 Parker, 13, 370 Edgewood, Perrysburg, OH, 43551,BETHANY 937-652-3840 CRING, JANE, 8, 199 Benedict Ave, NorDoria,walk Riley, 370scottcring@gmail.com, Edgewood, Perrysburg, OH, OH 13, 44857, 419-57743551, 5189937-652-3840

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Kiko, Elaina, 2, 28173 Winona Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, CALL, COOPER, 13, 11050 Huntington Rd, South 330-853-0401 Charleston OH 45368, bcall@sels.us, 937-206-1398 Kiko, Isabella Tess, 3, 6220 Andora Rd, MechanicCAMPBELL, ALEX,330-627-0321 2, 22243 Georgetown NE, stown, OH, 44651, Homeworth OH 44634, Kiko, Lizzie, 2, 28173 Winona330-206-6308 Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, CAMPBELL, BAILEY, 2, 22243 Georgetown NE, 330-853-0401 OH Winona 44634, 330-206-6308 Kiko, Homeworth Ward, 2, 28173 Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, 330-853-0401 CAMPBELL, JACOB, 2, 3399 Union Ave NE, Minerva Kiko, OH Wayden, 2, 28173 Winona Rd, Salem, OH, 44657, soupfarmer@aol.com, 330-862-2028 44460, 330-853-0401 CAMPBELL, LINDSEY, 2, 3399 Union Ave NE, MinKiko, Wyatt, 2, 28173 Winona Rd, Salem, OH, 44460, erva OH 44657, soupfarmer@aol.com, 330-862330-853-0401 2028 King, Hayden, 13, 1102 Mennonite Church Rd, West CAMPBELL, 2, 3399 Union 937-465Ave NE, Liberty, OH,MORGAN, 43357, tcking7@gmail.com, Minerva OH 44657, soupfarmer@aol.com, 3301550 King,862-2028 Samantha, 13, 1102 Mennonite Church Rd, West Liberty,TAYLOR, OH, 43357, CAMPBELL, 2, tcking7@gmail.com, 4105 Mahoning Ave 937NE, 465-1550 Homeworth OH 44634, 330-525-7093 King, Silas, 13, 1102 Mennonite West CARLE, AARON, 2, 9157 RochesterChurch Rd, EastRd, RochesLiberty, OH, 43357, tcking7@gmail.com, 937-465ter OH 44625, 330-771-4122 1550 CLARKE, CAITLIN, 3, 10204 Blizzard Ridge Rd, Kinney, Nathaniel, 7, 8088 Aylsworth Rd, Shreve, Uhrichville OH 44683, 740-922-1283 OH, 44676, kinney.200@osu.edu, 330-496-4376 CLINE, MATTHEW, 9, 5453St,SR 199, Fostoria OH Kleintop, Keely, 3, 117 Acme Marietta, OH, 45750, 44830, 419-619-4539 740-336-7210 Kleintop, Quinlin, 3, 9, 1175453 Acme CLINE, NICHOLAS, SR St, 199,Marietta, Fostoria OH, OH 45750, 740-336-7210 44830, 419-619-4539 Klier, Emily,GARETT, 8, 18456 3,Pitts Wellington, OH, COFFMAN, 690 Rd, Coffman Rd, Marietta 44090, OH emilyklier@yahoo.com, 45750, 740-374-3116 440-328-7774 Klopfenstein, Taylor, 12, 15176 Townline-Kossuth COFFMAN, KATLYN, 3, 690 Coffman Rd, Marietta Rd, St Marys, OH, 45885, 419-394-4343 OHGrace, 45750,8,740-374-3116 Knapp, 24228 West Rd, Wellington, OH, COLBY, 14, 6336 Fessler-Buxton Rd, Hous44090,JESSICA, knappsl@ncwcom.com, 440-647-6104 tonJacob, OH 45333, clbyfrms@sbcglobal.net, 937-210Knapp, 8, 24228 West Rd, Wellington, OH, 1316knappsl@ncwcom.com, 440-647-6104 44090, Knoll, 8, 415 Old State Rd,Box North COLE, Drake, WILLIAM SPRENG, 9, PO 621,Fairfield, Bucyrus OH, 20dknoll@studentsouth-central.org, OH44855, 44820, 419-561-0902 419-681-4338 LEVI, 3, 195 Emmaus Rd, Belpre OH CONGLETON, Lahmers, Audrey, 13, 10540 Hinton Mill Rd, Marys45714, 740-423-9679 ville, OH, 43040, clahmers@cobaselect.com, 614CONGLETON, TRACE, 3, 195 Emmaus Rd, Belpre 306-7194 OH 45714, 740-423-9679 Lahmers, Ava, 13, 10540 Hinton Mill Rd, Marysville, CONRAD, MACRAE, 5, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New OH, 43040, clahmers@cobaselect.com, 614-306Holland OH 43145, gconrad67@msn.com, 7407194 495-5067 Lahmers, Elaina, 13, 10540 Hinton Mill Rd, Marysville, OH,MACY, 43040, 5, clahmers@cobaselect.com, 614CONRAD, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New 306-7194 Holland OH 43145, gconrad67@msn.com, 740Lamb,495-5067 Clayton, 8, 44381 New London Eastern Rd, Sullivan, OH, 44880, cmljerseys@gmail.com, 440CONRAD, MAYLON, 5, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New 935-9828 Holland OH 43145, gconrad67@msn.com, 740Lamb, Glenn, 8, 44381 New London Eastern Rd, Sul495-5067 livan, OH, 44880, cmljerseys@gmail.com, 440-935COOPER, CODY, 2, 37880 Wickham Rd, Pomeroy 9828 45769-9425, Lamb,OH Joan, 8, 44381 New London Eastern Rd, SulliCORNISH, 8, 2572 Edwards Rd, North Fairvan, OH, GREG, 44880, cmljerseys@gmail.com, 440-935field OH 44855, cornish.29@osu.edu, 419-6819828 Lamb,7472 Roy, 8, 44381 New London Eastern Rd, Sullivan,LEVI, OH, 44880, 440-935COX, 3, 7875cmljerseys@gmail.com, SR 26, Marietta OH 45750, 7409828 473-2789 L’Amoreaux, Lauren, 2, 7261 Paris Ave, Louisville, COX, LUCAS, 3, 7875 SR 26, Marietta OH 45750, 740OH, 44641, blamoreaux@neo.rr.com, 330-875473-2789 4157 CRAWFORD, JESSIE, 15, Paris 3056 Ave, Schefsky Rd, L’Amoreaux, Lindsay, 2, 7261 Louisville, Blanchester OH 45107, askl8er80@yahoo.com, OH, 44641, blamoreaux@neo.rr.com, 330-875937-987-2887 4157 Landes, 2, 2398JANE, Ravenna AveBenedict NE, EastAve, Canton, CRING,Josh, BETHANY 8, 199 NorOH, 44730, 330-933-0108 walk OH jlandes557@gmail.com, 44857, scottcring@gmail.com, 419-577Landes, Justin, 2, 2398 Ravenna Ave NE, East Canton, 5189

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OH, 44730, jlandes557@gmail.com, 330-933-0108 CRING, KAYLA, 8, 199 Benedict Ave, Norwalk OH Lehner, Sarah, 11, 709 Radnor Rd, Delaware, OH, 44857, scottcring@gmail.com, 419-577-5189 43015, slehner99@gmail.com, 740-369-0262 CUPPS, ALLYSON, 15, Grand 799 Nutt Rd,Wellington, Centerville OH, OH Leiby, Reece D, 8, 223 Ave, 45458, betsycupps@gmail.com, 937-215-5851 44090, rbleiby@ymail.com, 440-371-9388 DANIEL,Cory, CORA, 2, 7642 Columbus Rd,Salem, Louisville Leighty, 7, 6005 W Britton Rd, West OH, OH 44641, 330-323-4379 44287, cory.leighty@yahoo.com, 419-215-8907 Liette, Caitlin, 12, 2141 Glynwood Rd, St Marys, OH, DANIEL, SYDNEY, 2, 7642 Columbus Rd, Louisville 45885, 419-394-4343 OH 44641, 330-323-4379 Liette, Carter, 12, 2141 Glynwood Rd, St Marys, OH, DAVIDSON, CAITLIN, 15, 2664 Edwards Rd, Sar45885, 419-394-4343 dinia OH 45171, ddavidson1072@yahoo.com, Liming, Marlena, 1, 3726 Austintown-Warren Rd, 937-205-2767 Mineral Ridge, OH, 44440, louidafarms@aol.com, DAVIDSON, NATASHA, 15, 2664 Edwards Rd, Sar330-770-6206 dinia OH1, 45171, ddavidson1072@yahoo.com, Logan, Jeffery, 4339 Wakefield Creek Rd, Farmdale, 937-205-2767 OH, 44417, jdlogan4955@yahoo.com, 330-2404450 DAVIDSON, ZACHARY, 15, 2664 Edwards Rd, SarLogan, Matthew, 1, 9506 SR 193, Farmdale, OH, dinia OH 45171, ddavidson1072@yahoo.com, 44417, slogan68@yahoo.com, 330-240-9946 937-205-2767 Logan, 9506 SR 193, DAVIS, Zachary, LILLY, 7,1,474 Leatha Lane,Farmdale, Cleveland OH, TN 44417, slogan68@yahoo.com, 330-240-9946 37312, 330-263-1756 Lund, Matthew, 8, 1577 New State Rd, Norwalk, OH, DAYS, ELIZA, 3, 2222 Channel Rd NE, Carrollton OH 44857, 419-668-7313 44615, 330-738-3306 Madison, Philip, 8, 415 Old State Rd, North Fairfield, DAYS, 2222 Channel Rd NE, Carrollton OH OH, EMMY, 44855,3, 20pmadison@gmail.com, 419-55444615, 330-738-3306 8533 Mangun, Brody, 7, Friendsville Rd, DEAM, BRYSON M,13625 13, 5644 Jennybrook Ln,Burbank, Hilliard OH, 44214, 330-466-6363 OH 43026, steve@cobaselect.com, 937-477-6616 Marsh, Corwin Norwalk, 44857, DEAM,Cooper, EMILY,8,3,119843 GolfSt, Course Rd, OH, Sugarcreek derrickmarsh@msn.com, 419-668-9672 OH 44681, hoofneil@gmail.com, 330-763-1405 Mathews, Emma, 15, 1506 Hodson Rd, New Vienna, DEAM, MADISON L, 13, 5644 Jennybrook Ln, HilOH, 45159, moocows@fuse.net, 513-300-7291 liard OH 43026, steve@cobaselect.com, 937-477Mathews, Maggie, 15, 1506 Hodson Rd, New Vienna, 6616 OH, 45159, moocows@fuse.net, 513-300-7291 DEAM, TREVOR 13, 5644 Jennybrook Mathews, Will, 15,S,4976 SR 132, Batavia, Ln, OH,Hilliard 45103, OH 43026, steve@cobaselect.com, 937-477-6616 beefcake724@hotmail.com, 513-732-1494 Maurer, Alexandra, 3, 2, 9843 5140Golf N Nickelplate, Louisville, DEAM, VICTORIA, Course Rd, Sugarcreek OH, mcmaurer@sbcglobal.net, 330-581OH44641, 44681, hoofneil@gmail.com, 330-763-1405 0070 PARKER, 13, 370 Edgewood, Perrysburg OH DORIA, Mazzaro, Calla, 1, 7373 Stanhope Kelloggsville Rd, 43551, 937-652-3840 Williamsfield, OH, 44093, mazzaradi@aol.com, DORIA, RILEY, 440-667-1765 13, 370 Edgewood, Perrysburg OH 43551, 937-652-3840 Mazzaro, Mason, 1, 7373 Stanhope Kelloggsville Rd, DUDTE, LANEY, OH, 7, 5801 Cleveland Rd, Wooster OH Williamsfield, 44093, mazzaradi@aol.com, 44691, 330-466-8380 440-667-1765 Mazzaro, Matthew, 1, 7373 Stanhope Kelloggsville DUDTE, LUCAS, 7, 5801 Cleveland Rd, Wooster OH Rd,44691, Williamsfield, OH, 44093, mazzaradi@aol.com, 330-466-8380 440-667-1765 DUMBECK, AVERY, 8, 1385 Snyder Rd, Norwalk OH McCoy, Megan, 9, 6033 E TR 58, Bloomville, OH, 44857, giveitthyme@yahoo.com, 419-706-2079 44818, mcmccoy2@frontier.com, 419-349-4340 DUMBECK, HANNAH, 1385 Snyder Norwalk McCumons, Allison, 14, 8, 8141 Blanke Rd,Rd, Anna, OH, OH 44857, giveitthyme@yahoo.com, 419-706-2079 45302, amccumons17@gmail.com, DUMBECK, Miranda, ZECHARIAH, 8, 1385 Snyder Rd, NorMcDonnell, 8, 48199 SR 303, Wellington, walk OH 44857, giveitthyme@yahoo.com, 419OH, 44090, 706-2079 McGuire, Kyle, 11, 1740 Mennonite Church Rd, West Liberty, OH, aredg6@yahoo.com, 937-465DVORAK, AVA,43357, 8, 52055 New London Eastern Rd, 7428 Nova OH 44859, kate.dvorak@gmail.com, 419McLean, Kylie, 2, 1104 Terrano Dr, Salem, OH, 44460, 929-2011 kmclean415@gmail.com, 234-567-5821 DVORAK, ELIZA, 8, 52055 New London Eastern Rd, Meeker, Hunter, 15, 18788 Gauche Rd, Fayetteville, Nova OH 44859, kate.dvorak@gmail.com, 419OH, 45118, rmeeker2000@yahoo.com, 513-260929-2011 2331 DVORAK, OREN,15, 8, 52055 London Eastern Rd, Meeker, Kerrign, 18788 New Gauche Rd, Fayetteville, Nova OH 44859, kate.dvorak@gmail.com, 419OH, 45118, rmeeker2000@yahoo.com, 513-260929-2011 2331 Meeker, Wyatt, 15,8,18788 Rd, Fayetteville, DVORAK, ZANE, 52055 Gauche New London Eastern Rd, OH, 45118, rmeeker2000@yahoo.com, 513-260Nova OH 44859, kate.dvorak@gmail.com, 4192331 929-2011 OHIO NEWS

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OHIO JUNIOR HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION

2018 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY

Miley, David, 7, 8108 Martin Rd, West Salem, OH, 44287, mileyja@frontier.com, 419-846-3234 ACKLEY, KRISTOPHER, 11, 9738 Rd 141, East LibMiller,erty Danielle, 5, jkackley95@gmail.com, 6570 McCleary Rd, Baltimore, OH 43319, 937-935OH,8273 43105, millersinohio@frontier.com, 614-9156373 KYLE, 11, 9738 Rd 141, East Liberty OH ACKLEY, Morlock, Allison, 7, 10808 Williams937-935-8273 Rd, West Salem, 43319, jkackley95@gmail.com, OH, 44287, ambermmorlock@frontier.com, 419ALLEY, FAITH, 8, 24205 Smith Rd, Wellington OH 651-3261 44090, 440-647-2163 Morlock, Brandt, 7, 10808 Williams Rd, West Salem, ALLEY, LAUREN, 8, 24205 Smith Rd, Wellington419OH OH, 44287, ambermmorlock@frontier.com, 44090, 440-647-2163 651-3261 Morlock, Colby, 7, 10416 Jeffery Rd,217, West Salem, OH, ANDERSON, GRAYSON, 2, PO Box Damascus OH 44287, jimmorlock@gmail.com, 330-358-0535 44619, jcbeardsley5@yahoo.com, 330-277-7181 Morlock, Dillon, 7, 8,10416 Rd,Wellington West Salem, AUBLE, JAZMINE, 23225Jeffery Pitts Rd, OH OH,44090, 44287, jimmorlock@gmail.com, 330-358-0535 jazmine.auble@yahoo.com, 440-935-6517 Morlock, Madisen, 10, 6661 Housekeeper Rd, PemBAKER, BETHANY, berville, OH, 43450,7 419-308-7990 BARTH, WYATT, 3, 570 Handschumaker Rd,Vernon, MarietMussard, Burley, 10, 10359 Dunham Rd, Mt OH 45750, 740-376-9225 OH,ta43050, 419-438-2746 Mussard, Clara, 10, 10359 Dunham St, Rd,PO Mt Box Vernon, BAUER, LANE, 9, 126 E Mansfield 142, OH,New 43050, 419-438-2746 Washington OH 44854, 419-689-2749 Mussard, Lane, 10, 10359 Dunham Vernon, BAUMANN, CAILI, 15, 3056 SchefskyRd, Rd,Mt Blanchester OH,OH 43050, 419-438-2746 45107, andrewbaumann72@yahoo.com, Mussard, Phoebe, 10, 10359 Dunham Rd, Mt Vernon, 513-313-6979 OH, 43050, 419-438-2746 BEACH, BRYCE, 3, 11640 Rd, Uhrichsville OH Oberholtzer, Brittany R, 8, Clark 727 CR 2404, Loudonville, 330-365-0209 OH,44683, 44842, clairlyn@bright.net, 419-938-3156 BEAT, RACHEL A, 8,8, 4602 En 2404, Rd, Norwalk OH Oberholtzer, Haedon, 727 CR Loudonville, rbeat2019@gmail.com, 419-577-9209 OH,44857, 44842, clairlyn@bright.net, 419-938-3156 Oberholtzer, Jaedon, 8, 727 CR 2404, BERG, AARON, 8, 3056 Parsons Rd, Loudonville, Bellville OH OH,44813, 44842, clairlyn@bright.net, 419-938-3156 samecalf@aol.com, 419-886-2871 Oechsle, Korey, 12, 11247 Wren Landeck Rd, Van BERG, COLIN, 8, 3056 Parsons Rd, Bellville OH Wert, OH, 45891, kman5.2000@gmail.com, 41944813, samecalf@aol.com, 419-886-2871 605-7749 BORCHERS, 11, 13540 CR 44859, 60, Jackson Paulin, John, 8,AUSTIN, 1079 TR 126, Nova, OH, pauCenter OH 45334, gregborchers@hotmail.com, lin.16@osu.edu, 419-908-5700 937-596-6772 Phillips, Maya, 8, 289 E Main St, Norwalk, OH, 44857, BORCHERS, JACOB, 11,419-577-1639 13540 CR 60, Jackson CenjstacyP1234@aol.com, ter OH 45334, 937Pittman, Carissa, 7, gregborchers@hotmail.com, 2304 Schellin Rd, Wooster, OH, 596-6772 44691, 330-345-6769 Pond, Cole, 13, 1319 N 11, Parkview Rd,38, Woodstock, OH, BOUIC, MATTHEW, 8900 SR Milford Center 43084, 937-834-2431 OH rdpond@landolakes.com, 43045, bouicmatt@yahoo.com, 937-707-4579 Pond, Kaleb, 11, 5429 CR 31 S, Bellefontaine, OH, BOUTON, AUDREY, 4, 12138 Green Valley Rd, Mt. 43311, kdpond48@gmail.com, 937-935-8339 Vernon OH 43050, kokosingfarms@gmail.com, Pond, Kody, 11, 5429 CR 31 S, Bellefontaine, OH, 740-507-8271 43311, kdpond48@gmail.com, 937-935-8339 BOUTON, ELLA, 12138 Green Valley Mt. VerPond, P. Shem, 13, 4, 1319 N Parkview Rd, Rd, Woodstock, OH 43050, kokosingfarms@gmail.com, 740OH,non43084, rdpond@landolakes.com, 937-834507-8271 2431 Portz, Conner C, 8, 2573 TR 687, Loudonville, BOUTON, JILLIAN, 4, 12138 Green Valley Rd,OH, Mt. 44842, jmportz1231@gmail.com, 419-571-6969 Vernon OH 43050, kokosingfarms@gmail.com, Quallen, Emily, 15, 1123 Brown Rd, Wilmington, 740-507-8271 OH, 45177, BUDNY, AVA,725-0201 10, K121 CR 3, McClure OH 43534, Quallen, Sarah, 15, 1123 Brown Rd, Wilmington, whitelightholsteins@gmail.com, 419-278-0030 OH, 45177, 725-0201 BUDNY, LEAH, 10, K121 CR 3, McClure OH 43534, Ramsey, Anna, 2, 6452 Oakhill Ave, Alliance, OH, whitelightholsteins@gmail.com, 419-278-0030 44601, 330-875-0236 BUDNY, NORA, 10, K121 CR 3, McClure OH 43534, Ramsey, Brice, 2, 7632 Columbus Rd, Louisville, OH, whitelightholsteins@gmail.com, 419-278-0030 44641, 330-875-0236 Ramsey, Colleen, 2, 7632 Columbus Rd, Dorrtown, Louisville, BURGER, AUDRA, 15, 11704 Camden OH,Camden 44641, 330-875-0236 OH 45311, dreamacres2@hotmail.com, Ramsey, Emma, 2, 7632 Columbus Rd, Louisville, 513-330-4214 OH, 44641, 330-875-0236 BURGER, LESLIE, 15, 11704 Camden Dorrtown, Ramsey, Haley,OH 2, 7632 Columbus Rd, Louisville, OH, Camden 45311, dreamacres2@hotmail.com, 44641, 330-875-0236 513-330-4214 Ramsey, Meredith, 2, 7632 Columbus Rd, Louisville, CALL, CHASE, 13, 11050 Huntington Rd, South OH, 44641, 330-875-0236 Charleston OH 45368, bcall@sels.us, 937-206Ramsey, William, 2, 6452 Oakhill Ave, Alliance, OH, 1398 47

44601, 330-821-7563 Rausch, Mason, 11,13,12331 Pkwy, CALL, COOPER, 11050Industrial Huntington Rd,MarysSouth ville, OH, 43040, danarausch@yahoo.com, 614Charleston OH 45368, bcall@sels.us, 937-206-1398 989-0560 ALEX, 2, 22243 Georgetown NE, CAMPBELL, Rausch, Noah, 11,OH 12331 Industrial Pkwy, Marysville, Homeworth 44634, 330-206-6308 OH, 43040, danarausch@yahoo.com, 614-989-0560 CAMPBELL, BAILEY, 2, 22243 Georgetown NE, Reichert, Rachel, 12, 6492 Huwer Rd, Maria Stein, Homeworth OH 44634, 330-206-6308 OH, 45860, rachel_reichert17@hotmail.com, 567CAMPBELL, 644-1135 JACOB, 2, 3399 Union Ave NE, Minerva 44657,3,soupfarmer@aol.com, 330-862-2028 Reid, OH Sawyer, 500 Maple St, Pleasant City, OH, 43772, rreid@cobaselect.com, CAMPBELL, LINDSEY, 2, 3399 740-498-7772 Union Ave NE, MinReid, erva Skyler, 500 soupfarmer@aol.com, Maple St, Pleasant City, OH, OH 3,44657, 330-86243772, 2028rreid@cobaselect.com, 740-498-7772 Reid, Somer, MORGAN, 3, 500 Maple2, St, Pleasant CAMPBELL, 3399 UnionCity, Ave OH, NE, 43772, rreid@cobaselect.com, 740-498-7772 330Minerva OH 44657, soupfarmer@aol.com, Rosebrook, Broxton, 10, 4668 CR F, Deshler, OH, 862-2028 43516, 419-278-1817 CAMPBELL,Grahm, TAYLOR, 4105CR Mahoning Ave OH, NE, Rosebrook, 10, 2,4668 F, Deshler, Homeworth OH 44634, 330-525-7093 43516, 419-278-1817 CARLE, AARON, 2, 9157 Rochester East RochesRosebrook, Kendall, 10, P711 CR 16,Rd, Napoleon, OH, ter OHgreg.rosebrook@plantpioneer.com, 44625, 330-771-4122 43545, 419966-6880CAITLIN, 3, 10204 Blizzard Ridge Rd, CLARKE, Rosebrook, Lani,OH 10, 44683, 4668 CR F, Deshler, OH, 43516, Uhrichville 740-922-1283 419-278-1817 CLINE, MATTHEW, 9, 5453 SR 199, Fostoria OH Rosebrook, Molly, 10, P711 CR 16, Napoleon, OH, 44830, 419-619-4539 43545, greg.rosebrook@plantpioneer.com, 419CLINE, NICHOLAS, 9, 5453 SR 199, Fostoria OH 966-6880 44830, 419-619-4539 Rosebrook, Ryder, 10, 4668 CR F, Deshler, OH, COFFMAN, GARETT, 3, 690 Coffman Rd, Marietta 43516, 419-278-1817 OH 45750, 740-374-3116 Rosebrook, Zack, 10, P711 CR 16, Napoleon, OH, 43545, greg.rosebrook@plantpioneer.com, 419COFFMAN, KATLYN, 3, 690 Coffman Rd, Marietta 966-6880 OH 45750, 740-374-3116 Rupp, Madicyn, 7, 13955 Cleveland Rd, Creston, OH, COLBY, JESSICA, 14, 6336 Fessler-Buxton Rd, Hous44217, ihfan5488@aol.com, 330-435-6233 ton OH 45333, clbyfrms@sbcglobal.net, 937-210Rupp, Mason, 7, 13955 Cleveland Rd, Creston, OH, 1316 44217, ihfan5488@aol.com, 330-435-6233 COLE, WILLIAM SPRENG, 9, PO Box Bucyrus Ruprecht, Galen, 4, 20009 Mishey Rd, 621, Butler, OH, OH 330-466-1382 44820, 419-561-0902 44822, CONGLETON, LEVI, 3, 195Mishey EmmausRd, Rd,Butler, BelpreOH, OH Ruprecht, Oliver, 4, 20009 45714, 740-423-9679 44822, 330-466-1382 Sammetinger, 12,3,14372 Pusheta Rd, CONGLETON,Amelia, TRACE, 195 Emmaus Rd, WapaBelpre koneta, OH, 740-423-9679 45895, sammetingers@yahoo.com, OH 45714, 937-538-8313 CONRAD, MACRAE, 5, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New Schaefer, Claire, 15, 4459 Anderson Rd, Hillsboro, Holland OH 43145, gconrad67@msn.com, 740OH, 45133, 937-581-0950 495-5067 Schaefer, McKenna, 15, 4459 Anderson Rd, Hillsboro, CONRAD, MACY, 5, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New OH, 45133, 937-581-0950 Holland OH 7, 43145, Schlauch, Logan, 12809gconrad67@msn.com, TR 503, Big Prairie, 740OH, 495-5067 44611, vvf48@earthlink.net, 330-231-2111 Schlauch, 7, 12809 TR 503, Big Prairie, OH, CONRAD,Wyatt, MAYLON, 5, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New 44611, vvf48@earthlink.net, 330-231-2111 Holland OH 43145, gconrad67@msn.com, 740Seedorf, Callie, 10, 4512 CR F, Deshler, OH, 43516, 495-5067 seedorfmj@aol.com, 419-966-7480 COOPER, CODY, 2, 37880 Wickham Rd, Pomeroy Seedorf, 10, 4512 CR F, Deshler, OH, 43516, OHChloe, 45769-9425, seedorfmj@aol.com, 419-966-7480 CORNISH, GREG, 8, 2572 Edwards Rd, North FairSeedorf, Claire, 10, 4512 CR F, Deshler, OH, 43516, field OH 44855, cornish.29@osu.edu, 419-681seedorfmj@aol.com, 419-966-7480 7472 Seedorf, Will, 10, 4512 CR F, Deshler, OH, 43516, seeCOX, LEVI, 3, 7875419-966-7480 SR 26, Marietta OH 45750, 740dorfmj@aol.com, 473-2789 Seibert, Ella, 3, 497 Moravian Trail, Uhrichsville, OH, 44683, rseibert@claymontschools.org, 330-340COX, LUCAS, 3, 7875 SR 26, Marietta OH 45750, 7407185 473-2789 Seibert, Isabel, 3, 497 Moravian Trail,Schefsky Uhrichsville, CRAWFORD, JESSIE, 15, 3056 Rd, OH, 44683, rseibert@claymontschools.org, 330Blanchester OH 45107, askl8er80@yahoo.com, 340-7185 937-987-2887 Seibert, Liston, 3, 497 Moravian Trail, Uhrichsville, CRING, BETHANY JANE, 8, 199 Benedict Ave, NorOH, 44683, rseibert@claymontschools.org, 330walk OH 44857, scottcring@gmail.com, 419-577340-7185 5189

Sharp, Hannah, 1, 8105 SR 609, Burghill, OH, 44404, dtccow@yahoo.com, CRING, KAYLA, 8, 199440-724-1587 Benedict Ave, Norwalk OH Sheets, Mollyscottcring@gmail.com, A, 11, 931 Christopher Circle, Ada, OH, 44857, 419-577-5189 45810,ALLYSON, spikeptr@aol.com, CUPPS, 15, 799 740-363-2184 Nutt Rd, Centerville OH Sheets, Preston, 1, 4034 Lakeshore Dr, Cortland, OH, 45458, betsycupps@gmail.com, 937-215-5851 44410, DANIEL, CORA, 2, 7642 Columbus Rd, Louisville Sheffield, Isabella, 8, 46690 SR 303, Wellington, OH, OH 44641, 330-323-4379 44090, jdsheffield430@gmail.com, 440-315-4854 DANIEL,Abigail, SYDNEY, 2, 7642 ColumbusRd, Rd,Carrollton, Louisville Shockey, 3, 142 Leatherberry OH 44641, 330-323-4379 OH, 44615, 330-627-9071 Siegrist, Grace, 14, 4762 15, Fleetfoot, Coldwater, DAVIDSON, CAITLIN, 2664 Edwards Rd, OH, Sar45828, dinia937-621-2606 OH 45171, ddavidson1072@yahoo.com, Siegrist, Kennley, 14, 4762 Fleetfoot, Coldwater, OH, 937-205-2767 45828, 937-621-2606 DAVIDSON, NATASHA, 15, 2664 Edwards Rd, SarSiegrist, 4762 ddavidson1072@yahoo.com, Fleetfoot, Coldwater, OH, diniaMya, OH 14, 45171, 45828, 937-621-2606 937-205-2767 Smith, Emily, 3, 42743 Mule Ridge Rd, Sardis, OH, DAVIDSON, ZACHARY, 15, 2664740-483-2107 Edwards Rd, Sar43946, smithhills@gmn4u.com, dinia OH 3,45171, Smith, Nerissa, 42743 ddavidson1072@yahoo.com, Mule Ridge Rd, Sardis, OH, 937-205-2767 43946, smithhills@gmn4u.com, 740-483-2107 DAVIS, Tapanga, LILLY, 7,2,474 Leatha Lane, Rd, Cleveland TN Smith, 7642 Columbus Louisville, 37312, 330-263-1756 OH, 44641, 330-323-4379 Smith, Wyatt, 2, 7642 Channel Columbus DAYS, ELIZA, 3, 2222 RdRd, NE,Louisville, CarrolltonOH, OH 44641, 330-323-4379 44615, 330-738-3306 Snyder, Lincoln3,O, 8, Channel 218 E Main St, Carrollton Norwalk, OH, DAYS, EMMY, 2222 Rd NE, OH 44857, snyderbunch8@gmail.com, 419-681-3514 44615, 330-738-3306 Spreng, Noah, 7, 6860 Snoddy Rd, Shreve, OH, 44676, DEAM, BRYSON M, 13, 5644 Jennybrook Ln, Hilliard kspreng11@gmail.com, 419-651-5198 OHAnthony, 43026, steve@cobaselect.com, 937-477-6616 Starner, 3, 849 Geneva St SW, Sugarcreek, DEAM, EMILY, 3, 9843 Golf Course Rd, Sugarcreek OH, 44681, 330-440-1005 OHColson, 44681, hoofneil@gmail.com, 330-763-1405 Starner, 3, 849 Geneva St SW, Sugarcreek, OH, 44681, 330-440-1005 DEAM, MADISON L, 13, 5644 Jennybrook Ln, HilSteiner, 13939 Eby Rd, Creston, OH, liardChristian, OH 43026,7,steve@cobaselect.com, 937-47744217, 6616kdsdairy1@aol.com, 330-464-1219 Steinke, Allison, 12, 13505 Kettlersville Rd, WapakoDEAM, TREVOR S, 13, 5644 Jennybrook Ln, Hilliard neta, OH, 45895, matmapletree@bright.net, 419OH 43026, steve@cobaselect.com, 937-477-6616 738-7174 DEAM, 3, 9843 Fox Golf Course Sugarcreek Steinke,VICTORIA, Luke, 12, 15431 Ranch,Rd, Wapakoneta, OH 44681,maplmilk@bright.net, hoofneil@gmail.com, 330-763-1405 OH, 45895, 419-233-2748 DORIA, PARKER, 13, 13505 370 Edgewood, Perrysburg OH Steinke, Zachary, 12, Kettlersville Rd, Wapa43551, 937-652-3840 koneta, OH, 45895, matmapletree@bright.net, 419738-7174 DORIA, RILEY, 13, 370 Edgewood, Perrysburg OH Stetson, Molly, 15, 4986 SR 132, Batavia, OH, 45103, 43551, 937-652-3840 kastetson@health-partners.org, 513-625-1819 DUDTE, LANEY, 7, 5801 Cleveland Rd, Wooster OH Strong, Mia M, 8, 301 E Main St, Norwalk, OH, 44857, 44691, 330-466-8380 houseofstrong@aol.com, 567-219-1673 DUDTE, LUCAS, 5801Cleveland ClevelandRd, Rd,Wooster, Wooster OH, OH Sugg, Brandon, 7, 7,5789 44691, 330-466-8380 44691, suggblastaway@aol.com, 330-317-0861 Sugg, Kaitlyn, 7, 57898, Cleveland DUMBECK, AVERY, 1385 SnyderRd, Rd,Wooster, NorwalkOH, OH 44691, suggblastaway@aol.com, 330-317-0861 44857, giveitthyme@yahoo.com, 419-706-2079 Sugg, Kiersten, 7, 5789 Cleveland Rd, Wooster, OH, DUMBECK, HANNAH, 8, 1385 Snyder Rd, Norwalk 44691, suggblastaway@aol.com, 330-317-0861 OH 44857, giveitthyme@yahoo.com, 419-706-2079 Sutton, Marissa, 1, 9347 SR 45, Orwell, OH, 44076, DUMBECK, ZECHARIAH, 8, 1385 Snyder Rd, Norchristine.ustton@gmail.com, 330-550-8356 walk OH 44857, giveitthyme@yahoo.com, 419Tedrick, Cooper, 10, 409 E Main St, Vandalia, IL, 706-2079 62080, whitelightholsteins@gmail.com, 419-278DVORAK, AVA, 8, 52055 New London Eastern Rd, 0030 Nova OH10, 44859, 419Tedrick, Lilly, 409 Ekate.dvorak@gmail.com, Main St, Vandalia, IL, 62080, 929-2011 whitelightholsteins@gmail.com, 419-278-0030 Thomas, 6948 New Brush Lake Eastern Rd, North DVORAK,Colton, ELIZA,13, 8, 52055 London Rd, Lewisburg, 43060, 614-395-9823 Nova OHOH, 44859, kate.dvorak@gmail.com, 419Thomas, Kendall, 13, 6948 Brush Lake Rd, North 929-2011 Lewisburg, OH, 43060, 614-395-9823 DVORAK, OREN, 8, 52055 New London Eastern Rd, Thorbahn, 11, 9035 Oak Ridge Ln, Plain City, Nova Jenna, OH 44859, kate.dvorak@gmail.com, 419OH, 43064, 614-873-6946 929-2011 Todten, Karalynn J, 8, 414 W Herrick Ave, WellingDVORAK, 52055 New London Eastern440Rd, ton, OH,ZANE, 44090,8,kara.todten37@gmail.com, Nova OH 44859, kate.dvorak@gmail.com, 419371-6701 929-2011

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2018 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY

Toohey, Caitlyn, 3, 116 Westview Ct, Barnesville, OH, 43713, toohey97@yahoo.com, 740-238-0636 ACKLEY, KRISTOPHER, 11, 9738 Rd 141, East LibTopp,erty Aiden, 14, 9477 Botkins Rd, Botkins, OH, OH 43319, jkackley95@gmail.com, 937-93545306, 8273419-753-2276 Topp, Alaina, 14,11, 9477 Botkins Botkins, ACKLEY, KYLE, 9738 Rd 141,Rd, East Liberty OH, OH 45306, 419-753-2276 43319, jkackley95@gmail.com, 937-935-8273 Topp, Aubree, 14, 9477 Botkins Rd, Botkins, OH, ALLEY, FAITH, 8, 24205 Smith Rd, Wellington OH 45306, flipdog77@yahoo.com, 419-753-2276 44090, 440-647-2163 Topp, Brennan, 12, 5170 Lock Two Rd, New Bremen, ALLEY, LAUREN, 8, 24205 Smith Rd, Wellington OH OH, 45869, 330-464-4960 440-647-2163 Topp,44090, Keaton, 14, 19269 Reineke Schipper Rd, Botkins, OH, 45306, keaton2007@hotmail.com, ANDERSON, GRAYSON, 2, PO Box 217, Damascus937OH 693-4400 44619, jcbeardsley5@yahoo.com, 330-277-7181 Topp, Kinley, 14, 19269 Reineke Schipper Rd, BotAUBLE, JAZMINE, 8, 23225 Pitts Rd, Wellington OH kins, OH, jazmine.auble@yahoo.com, 45306, 937-693-4400 44090, 440-935-6517 Topp, Logan, 12, 5170 Lock Two Rd, New Bremen, BAKER, BETHANY, 7 OH, 45869, 330-464-4960 BARTH, WYATT,14, 3, 570 Handschumaker Rd, MarietTopp, Mackenzie, 10356 Kohler Rd, Wapakoneta, OH 45750, 740-376-9225 OH,ta45895, metopp@watchtv.net, 419-753-3177 Topp, Madelyn, 10356 Kohler Rd, BAUER, LANE, 14, 9, 126 E Mansfield St, Wapakoneta, PO Box 142, OH,New 45895, metopp@watchtv.net, 419-753-3177 Washington OH 44854, 419-689-2749 Topp, Marissa, 12, 5170 LockSchefsky Two Rd,Rd, New Bremen, BAUMANN, CAILI, 15, 3056 Blanchester OH,OH 45869, 330-464-4960 45107, andrewbaumann72@yahoo.com, Trbovich, Logan, 3, 7222 Waynesburg Rd, Waynes513-313-6979 BEACH, BRYCE, 3, 11640 Clark Rd, Uhrichsville OH 44683, 330-365-0209

Ohio State Fair HolsteinShow Sponsors BERG, AARON, 8, 3056 Parsons Rd, Bellville OH

BEAT, RACHEL A, 8, 4602 En Rd, Norwalk OH 44857, rbeat2019@gmail.com, 419-577-9209 44813, samecalf@aol.com, 419-886-2871

R&P Kiko Family Farms BERG, COLIN, 8, 3056 Parsons Rd, Bellville OH Triple T Holsteins 44813, samecalf@aol.com, 419-886-2871 BORCHERS, AUSTIN, 11, 13540 CR 60, Jackson Ouric Holsteins Center OH 45334, gregborchers@hotmail.com, Richman Farms 937-596-6772

Berg Farms, Lt.

BORCHERS, JACOB, 11, 13540 CR 60, Jackson CenToppglen Holsteins ter OH 45334, gregborchers@hotmail.com, 937596-6772 Call-Dell Holsteins

burg, OH, 44688, 330-866-5438 Tullis, 3, 2039 Rd,Huntington Scio, OH, 43988, krisCALL, Kolby, COOPER, 13,Aster 11050 Rd, South tytullis@wildblue.net, 330-739-2067 Charleston OH 45368, bcall@sels.us, 937-206-1398 Turon, Colby, 1, 5432 Greenville West FarmingCAMPBELL, ALEX, 2, 22243 Rd, Georgetown NE, ton,Homeworth OH, 44491, 440OHgotmilk1013@yahoo.com, 44634, 330-206-6308 548-5979 CAMPBELL, BAILEY, 2, 22243 Georgetown NE, Turon, Lilah, 1, 5432 Greenville Rd, West FarmingHomeworth OH 44634, 330-206-6308 ton, OH, 44491, gotmilk1013@yahoo.com, 440CAMPBELL, 548-5979 JACOB, 2, 3399 Union Ave NE, Minerva OH 44657, 330-862-2028 Turon, Steve, 1, soupfarmer@aol.com, 5432 Greenville Rd, West Farmington, OH, 44491, gotmilk1013@yahoo.com, 440CAMPBELL, LINDSEY, 2, 3399 Union Ave NE, Min548-5979 erva OH 44657, soupfarmer@aol.com, 330-862Twining, 2028Reed, 8, 440 SR 95, Loudonville, OH, 44842, Twining, Riley,MORGAN, 8, 440 SR 95,2,Loudonville, 44842, CAMPBELL, 3399 UnionOH, Ave NE, Twining, Ryan,OH 8, 44657, 111 Griggs Rd, Wellington, 330OH, Minerva soupfarmer@aol.com, 44090, 862-2028 Twining, Tyler, 8, 111 Griggs Rd, Wellington, OH, CAMPBELL, TAYLOR, 2, 4105 Mahoning Ave NE, 44090, OH7,44634, 330-525-7093 Vales,Homeworth Rebecca M, 53 CR 2575, Lakeville, OH, CARLE, AARON, 2, 9157 Rochester Rd, East Roches44638, ljvales@yahoo.com, 740-504-2378 ter OH 44625, 330-771-4122 Weyant, Faith, 3, 1071 Coffman Rd, Marietta, OH, 45750, w1-19fweyant@warrenlocal.org, 740-373CLARKE, CAITLIN, 3, 10204 Blizzard Ridge Rd, 3744 Uhrichville OH 44683, 740-922-1283 Whiteleather, Alice, 2, 9, 22499 Rd, Minerva, CLINE, MATTHEW, 5453Bates SR 199, Fostoria OH, OH 44830, 419-619-4539

CLINE, NICHOLAS, 9, 5453 SR 199, Fostoria OH 44830, 419-619-4539 COFFMAN, GARETT, 3, 690 Coffman Rd, Marietta OH 45750, 740-374-3116 COFFMAN, KATLYN, 3, 690 Coffman Rd, Marietta OH 45750, 740-374-3116 COLBY, JESSICA, 14, 6336 Fessler-Buxton Rd, Houston OH 45333, clbyfrms@sbcglobal.net, 937-2101316 COLE, WILLIAM SPRENG, 9, PO Box 621, Bucyrus OH 44820, 419-561-0902 CONGLETON, LEVI, 3, 195 Emmaus Rd, Belpre OH 45714, 740-423-9679

BOUIC, MATTHEW, 11, 8900 SR 38, Milford Center Homerville Holstein Farms OH 43045, bouicmatt@yahoo.com, 937-707-4579

CONGLETON, TRACE, 3, 195 Emmaus Rd, Belpre OH 45714, 740-423-9679

BOUTON, AUDREY, 4, 12138 Green Valley Rd, Mt. COBA/Select Sires, Inc. Vernon OH 43050, kokosingfarms@gmail.com, Ohio Holstein Association 740-507-8271

CONRAD, MACRAE, 5, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New Holland OH 43145, gconrad67@msn.com, 740495-5067

Purina Animal Nutrition, LLC.

LindlaurELLA, Holsteins BOUTON, 4, 12138 Green Valley Rd, Mt. Vernon OH 43050, kokosingfarms@gmail.com, 740Conrad Farms 507-8271 White-Light Holsteins, Menzie Family

CONRAD, MACY, 5, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New Holland OH 43145, gconrad67@msn.com, 740495-5067

BOUTON, JILLIAN, 4, 12138 Green Valley Rd, Mt. Windemere Farm, Jim & Nancy Kemp Vernon OH 43050, kokosingfarms@gmail.com, Twining Farms 740-507-8271

CONRAD, MAYLON, 5, 13080 Clarksburg Pike, New Holland OH 43145, gconrad67@msn.com, 740495-5067

Weikland BUDNY, AVA,Farms 10, K121 CR 3, McClure OH 43534, whitelightholsteins@gmail.com, Spreng’s Longacre Farms, Inc. 419-278-0030

COOPER, CODY, 2, 37880 Wickham Rd, Pomeroy OH 45769-9425,

BUDNY, Baker’sLEAH, Acres10, K121 CR 3, McClure OH 43534, whitelightholsteins@gmail.com, 419-278-0030

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BUDNY, NORA, 10, K121 CR 3, McClure OH 43534, Topp-View Farms whitelightholsteins@gmail.com, 419-278-0030

HolsteinAUDRA, Association USA Camden Dorrtown, BURGER, 15, 11704 Camden OH 45311, Express Show Cattledreamacres2@hotmail.com, 513-330-4214 J.R. & Angi Kaverman

BURGER, LESLIE, 15, 11704 Camden Dorrtown, Hardingdale Holsteins, Larry Harding Camden OH 45311, dreamacres2@hotmail.com, Family 513-330-4214

National Holstein Futurity, Inc. CALL, CHASE, 13, 11050 Huntington Rd, South Charleston OH 45368, bcall@sels.us, 937-2061398 44 47

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CORNISH, GREG, 8, 2572 Edwards Rd, North Fairfield OH 44855, cornish.29@osu.edu, 419-6817472 COX, LEVI, 3, 7875 SR 26, Marietta OH 45750, 740473-2789

44657, gwhiteleather@gmail.com, 330-868-5175 Whiteleather, Autumn, 22499 Bates Minerva, CRING, KAYLA, 8, 1992,Benedict Ave, Rd, Norwalk OH OH, 44657, gwhiteleather@gmail.com, 330-86844857, scottcring@gmail.com, 419-577-5189 5175 ALLYSON, 15, 799 Nutt Rd, Centerville OH CUPPS, Whiteleather, Ava, 2, 22499 Bates Rd, Minerva, OH, 45458, betsycupps@gmail.com, 937-215-5851 44657, gwhiteleather@gmail.com, 330-868-5175 DANIEL, CORA, 2, 7642 Columbus Rd, Louisville Wolf, Anderson, 7, 13040 Canaan Center Rd, CresOH 44641, 330-323-4379 ton, OH, 44217, DANIEL, SYDNEY, 2, 7642 Columbus Rd, Louisville Wolf, Keenan, 7, 5801 Cleveland Rd, Wooster, OH, OH 44641, 330-323-4379 44691, 330-345-3264 Wolfe, Daniel CAITLIN, E, 2, 6508 Bentler Ave, Louisville, DAVIDSON, 15, 2664 Edwards Rd, OH, Sar44641, 330-492-5254 diniaawolfepak@gmail.com, OH 45171, ddavidson1072@yahoo.com, Wood, Austen, 7, 8575 Finley Rd, Wooster, OH, 937-205-2767 44691, lawksw@embarqmail.com, 330-201-0356 DAVIDSON, NATASHA, 15, 2664 Edwards Rd, SarWood, Kierstyn, 7, 8575ddavidson1072@yahoo.com, Finley Rd, Wooster, OH, dinia OH 45171, 44691, lawksw@embarqmail.com, 330-201-0356 937-205-2767 Wyatt, Carson, 12, 143 Bear Dr, New Bremen, OH, DAVIDSON, ZACHARY, 15, 2664 Edwards Rd, Sar45869, juliannewyatt76@gmail.com, 419-575-6151 OH 13, 45171, ddavidson1072@yahoo.com, Yoder,dinia Austin, 11050 Huntington Rd, South 937-205-2767 Charleston, OH, 45368, 937-206-1398 DAVIS,Austin LILLY,L,7,3, 474 Lane, Cleveland TN Yoder, 5941Leatha Saint Jacobs Ridge Rd SW, 37312, 330-263-1756 Stone Creek, OH, 43840, leonamyyoder@hotmail. com,ELIZA, 330-897-6901 DAYS, 3, 2222 Channel Rd NE, Carrollton OH 44615, 330-738-3306 DAYS, EMMY, 3, 2222 Channel Rd NE, Carrollton OH 44615, 330-738-3306 DEAM, BRYSON M, 13, 5644 Jennybrook Ln, Hilliard OH 43026, steve@cobaselect.com, 937-477-6616 DEAM, EMILY, 3, 9843 Golf Course Rd, Sugarcreek OH 44681, hoofneil@gmail.com, 330-763-1405 DEAM, MADISON L, 13, 5644 Jennybrook Ln, Hilliard OH 43026, steve@cobaselect.com, 937-4776616 DEAM, TREVOR S, 13, 5644 Jennybrook Ln, Hilliard OH 43026, steve@cobaselect.com, 937-477-6616 DEAM, VICTORIA, 3, 9843 Golf Course Rd, Sugarcreek OH 44681, hoofneil@gmail.com, 330-763-1405 DORIA, PARKER, 13, 370 Edgewood, Perrysburg OH 43551, 937-652-3840 DORIA, RILEY, 13, 370 Edgewood, Perrysburg OH 43551, 937-652-3840 DUDTE, LANEY, 7, 5801 Cleveland Rd, Wooster OH 44691, 330-466-8380 DUDTE, LUCAS, 7, 5801 Cleveland Rd, Wooster OH 44691, 330-466-8380 DUMBECK, AVERY, 8, 1385 Snyder Rd, Norwalk OH 44857, giveitthyme@yahoo.com, 419-706-2079 DUMBECK, HANNAH, 8, 1385 Snyder Rd, Norwalk OH 44857, giveitthyme@yahoo.com, 419-706-2079 DUMBECK, ZECHARIAH, 8, 1385 Snyder Rd, Norwalk OH 44857, giveitthyme@yahoo.com, 419706-2079 DVORAK, AVA, 8, 52055 New London Eastern Rd, Nova OH 44859, kate.dvorak@gmail.com, 419929-2011

COX, LUCAS, 3, 7875 SR 26, Marietta OH 45750, 740473-2789

DVORAK, ELIZA, 8, 52055 New London Eastern Rd, Nova OH 44859, kate.dvorak@gmail.com, 419929-2011

CRAWFORD, JESSIE, 15, 3056 Schefsky Rd, Blanchester OH 45107, askl8er80@yahoo.com, 937-987-2887

DVORAK, OREN, 8, 52055 New London Eastern Rd, Nova OH 44859, kate.dvorak@gmail.com, 419929-2011

CRING, BETHANY JANE, 8, 199 Benedict Ave, Norwalk OH 44857, scottcring@gmail.com, 419-5775189

DVORAK, ZANE, 8, 52055 New London Eastern Rd, Nova OH 44859, kate.dvorak@gmail.com, 419929-2011

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Index of Advertisers aAa Weeks.....................................CN pg. 16 Agri-King...................................................... 11 American Dairy Association................. 37 Andrews Auctioneering............................5 Bankey, Derek............................................ 34 Brenhaven Jerseys......................CN pg. 12 COBA/Select Sires..................................... 52 Commodity Blenders.............................. 36 Commodity Specialists........................... 19 Computermixx.......................................... 23 Dairy Agenda Today..................CN pg. 20 Farmers National Bank............................ 30 Green Meadow Farms...............CN pg. 11 Harold’s Equipment................................. 25 IPS.................................................................. 50 Jersey Marketing Service.........CN pg. 10 Kalmbach Feeds........................................ 51 Kidron Auction.............................................6 Kim R. Davis-Nationwide....................... 32 Lowe & Young............................................ 19

Meaden & Moore...................................... 26 Mennonite Mutual................................... 26 Miley Holsteins............................CN pg. 17 National Holstein Convention 2021.....48 National Holstein Convention. CN pg. 6 New Pittsburg Animal Clinic................. 36 Nor-J Farms................................................. 32 OHA Fall Tour.............................................. 47 Ohio Beef Checkoff.....................................8 Ohio Fall Elite Sale........................ CN pg. 4 Ohio Jr. Holstein Raffle...............................3 OSU ATI...........................................................9 Paramount Enterprises.............CN pg. 13 PBS Animal Health................................... 18 Performance Seeds.................................. 29 Pine Tree Dairy............................... CN pg. 7 Plain-Knoll Holsteins................... CN pg. 2 Posey Creek Farms.....................CN pg. 14 Prenger’s Inc............................................... 23 Ramsier’s Willow Spring Farm....... CN pg. 8

Rod-er-Dic Holsteins.................CN pg. 15 Rohaven Holsteins................................... 17 Shearer Equipment.....................................7 Silent-b Registered Holsteins..................2 Spike Rentals.............................................. 26 Star Summit..................................CN pg. 19 Stein-Way Dairy............................. CN pg. 5 Stein-Way Equipment............................. 31 TAG Holsteins...............................CN pg. 18 TenPenny Holsteins................................. 10 Trent Insurance-Nationwide....................6 U-Dean Farms...............................................5 University of Wisconsin-Platteville ............................................................ CN pg. 9 Vitality Dairy Crew......................CN pg. 14 W.G. Dairy Supply..................................... 18 Wabash-Way Holsteins........................... 49 Walnut Hill Feeds.........................................9 Wenger’s Sharpening Service.............. 44 Wil-O-Rae Holsteins................................. 38

2018 Ohio State Fair National Holstein Futurity — Best Udder

S: MR APPLES ARMANI-ET D: MS WABASH-WAY LSN MARIA-RED (VG-85) 2nd Dam: MS WABASH-WAY A MICHELLE-ET (VG-88) 3rd Dam: WW-CF KITE MARISSA (EX-91 2E) 4th Dam: MD-MAPLE-LAWN D MIRANDA-ET (EX-95 2E) 2018 Ohio State Fair National Holstein Futurity — Third Place and Best Udder

It was an honor for us to have Mara win the Tye Henshen Memorial award for the Best Udder in the National Holstein Futurity. Tye was a great friend that helped out tremendously over the years. We miss the days of talking OSU football, horses and of course cattle.

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