RWDCA announce open, junior winners
The Red and White Dairy Cattle Association announced the winners of the annual Cow and Heifer of the Year Contest. Nominated and voted on by the membership of the RWDCA, winners were named in both the Open division and Junior Division.
Winning Cow of the Year in the Open Division is Meadow Green Abso Fanny-Red-ET. Fanny is owned by Triple T Holsteins, T&L Cattle Company, Mike Berry, Frank and Diane Borba and Frank and Carol Borba, North Lewisburg, OH.
The highlight of Fanny's year was topping both the International Red and White Show at World Dairy Expo, Madison, WI and the Royal Red & White Holstein Show, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Fanny has also been named the Unanimous All American Red & White Aged Cow.
Sweeping both the Heifer of the Year and Junior Heifer of the Year was MS-AOL DB Raspberry-Red-ET, bred by Jason Tooley & Lucy Stockwell and exhibited by Jaydn Kimball, Windham, ME. Raspberry is now owned by Jaydn, Kennedy, Caroline and Andrew Kimball.
Raspberry topped off her show season being named the Junior Champion of the International Red & White Junior Show and the Reserve Junior Champion of the International Red & White Show at World Dairy Expo, Madison, WI. She was also named the Junior Champion of the Royal Red and White Holstein Show, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Raspberry has been named the All American Red and White Fall Calf and the Junior All American Red & White Fall Calf.
Winning the Junior Cow of the Year in the Junior Division is Redtag Destry Sneezy-Red. A 4-year old, Sneezy topped the International Red and White Junior Show at World Dairy Expo, Madison, WI, the Premier National Red and White Junior Show, Harrisburg, PA and the MidEast Fall Red and White Open and Junior Shows, Louisville, KY for owner Chase Savage, Union Bridge, MD. Sneezy has also been named the Unanimous Junior All American Red and White Four Year Old.
Full articles on the winners will be featured in the upcoming issues of The Red Bloodlines, the official publication of the Red and White Dairy Cattle Association.
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