SUBSCRIBE NOW
for home delivery

Agromatic Holstein Futurity lists 2016 winners

Wisconsin State Farmer
The winner of the 5-year-old class at the Agromatic Holstein Futurity was Westphal-Elg R Madhouse-Red, owned by Brandi and Eric Westphal, far right. Joining them, from row from left, are Alexis Newton, 2016 Fond du Lac County Fairest of the Fair; Ann O’Leary, Wisconsin 69th Alice in Dairyland; Katie Kindschuh, 2016 Wisconsin Holstein Princess; Paige Nelson, 2016 Wisconsin Holstein Princess Attendant. Back row, from left, Jeff Liner, representing Agromatic Inc.; judge Jeff Brantmeier; Madhouse-Red, and the Westphals.

FOND DU LAC

The Cow Palace at the Fond du Lac County Fairgrounds was the location for the 2016 Agromatic Holstein Futurity during the Fond du Lac County Fair.

Seven 5-year-olds were shown. First place, best udder and first place bred and owned went to Westphal-Elg R Madhouse-Red, exhibited by Wesphalia Holsteins and Madison Partners. The production winner was Chrisleacres M Ashock Pride, exhibited by Matthew Kramer.

First place in the 2-year-old class along with first place bred and owned went to Ryan-Vu Chelios Mocha, exhibited by Dylan and Cameron Ryan. Best udder in the 2-year-old class went to Kampy Sid Gameday-ET exhibited by Kamphuis Farms LLC.

Top junior owned honors went to Second-Look Holsteins for 2nd-Look Brokaw Katie shown by Kianne Hodorff. Twenty-two 2-year-olds showed. Best dressed female was Amy Ryan and best dressed male was Darren Kamphuis.

Jeff Brantmeier of Hilbert was the judge.

Ryan-Vu Mocha was the winner of the 2-year-old division in the Agromatic Holstein Futurity. Joining her are, front row from left, Alexis Newton, 2016 Fond du Lac County Fairest of the Fair; Ann O’Leary, Wisconsin 69th Alice in Dairyland; Katie Kindschuh, 2016 Wisconsin Holstein Princess; Paige Nelson, 2016 Wisconsin Holstein Princess Attendant. Back row, from left, Richard Julka, award sponsor; Doug Hodorff, award sponsor; Jeff Brantmeier, judge; Cameron Ryan, Holstein owner, Mocha, Amy, Dylan, Chad and Mary Ryan, Holstein owners; and Jeff Liner, representing Agromatic Inc.