We are also hoping to bring some animals to the Western Championship Show in New Castle, PA on the 16th of July.
Watch for updates.
Pineybrook Spice-Red (Owned by Chris Lahmers)
Wins Reserve Intermediate Champion at the Ohio District 13 Show
L-RÂ Grand Champion T-Triple-T Dundee Paige exhibited by Triple-T Holsteins, North Lewisburg, Ohio. Reserve Gr. ChampionÂ Mersland Canyon Dolly exhibited by Topp-View Holsteins, Botkins, Ohio.Â Intermediate ChampionÂ Topp-View Ronelee Elle,Â Topp-View Holsteins, Botkins, Ohio.Â Reserve Intermediate ChampionÂ Â Pineybrook Spice-Red,Â Â Lah-Dale Holsteins, St. Paris Ohio
Full Link to article here: http://www.dairyagendatoday.com/News.aspx?nid=2252
A proud mother, Pineybrook Cindy-Red-ET, watches her daugher, Pineybrook Crystal-Red-ET, in the show ring during the 2009 All American Premier National Junior Dairy Show.
Pineybrook Holsteins plans to participate in the 2009 Pennsylvania State Junior Dairy Show (9/19), the Premier National Junior Shows (9/21), the Pennsylvania Fall Holstein Championship Show & Pa Holstein Futurity(9/22) and the All-American Dairy Shows(9/23) at the farm show building in Harrisburg.
Look for our sign! Hope to see you there.
As written in the Somerset Daily American
MEYERSDALE — The phrase “like mother, like daughter” rang true Wednesday at the Somerset County Fair’s dairy cow show.
While typically cows from the Holstein family win big, it was a 9-year-old Brown Swiss owned by Troy Hostetter that won supreme champion in the open show.
Hostetter, of Hostetter Dairy Farm in Rockwood, has been showing cows for 20 years, but never won supreme champion.
He said his cow, Jackie, won because she was in good condition for her age.