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Willow Brook Labron Toni took home two Champion titles at the International Guernsey Show. Owned by Jake Booher, West Middlesex, Pa., Toni’s first trip across the colored shavings on October 5 was when she rose to the top of the Five-Year-Old Cow Class on her way to being named Senior and Grand Champion Female.

Toni was presented with the $1,000 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award and the Allen Hetts Grand Champion Trophy. First in the Six-Year-Old Cow Class, Reserve Senior and Reserve Grand Champion of the International Guernsey Show was Hi Guern View Dancing Diva-ET, exhibited by Brian and Kristi Dinderman, Orangeville, Ill..

Rounding out the list of champion cows in the International Guernsey Show are Intermediate Champion Female, Hi Guern View Diva Designer, exhibited by Riley Zettle of Rock City, Ill., and Reserve Intermediate Champion, Warwick Manor Ty Carter, exhibited by Kaila, Karli and Kolby Stoltzfus, East Earl, Pa. As Intermediate Champion, Designer wins a free ovum pick-up, compliments of Vytelle LLC

Springhill Jokes Finale-ETV was the winning Fall Heifer Calf and Junior Champion of the International Guernsey Show and is owned by Springhill of Big Prairie, Ohio. Knapps Pie Time To Dance-ETV, exhibited by Austin and Landen Knapp of Epworth, Iowa, was the winning Winter Heifer Calf and Reserve Junior Champion.

Austin and Landen Knapp, Knapps Guernseys of Epworth, Iowa, took home four titles in the International Guernsey Show: Premier Breeder of the Heifer Show, Premier Exhibitor of the Heifer Show, Premier Breeder and Premier Exhibitor. Millborne Tiller Fayes Fame was selected as the Premier Sire while Premier Sire of the Heifer Show was awarded Jens Gold Aaron Copper-ET.

Junior Show

Junior Three-Year-Old Cow, Hi Guern View Diva Designer, took home the title of Grand Champion Female of the International Junior Guernsey Show on Friday, October 5 at World Dairy Expo®. Exhibited by Riley Zettle of Rock City, Ill.,

Designer placed first in her class before winning Intermediate Champion and finally, Grand Champion Female of the Junior Show. Designer was presented the $500 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award and the Lillian & Keith King and Jim King Grand Champion of the Junior Show Award. Reserve Intermediate Champion and Reserve Grand Champion of the Junior Show was awarded to the Senior Three-Year-Old Cow Warwick Manor Ty Carter, exhibited by Kaila, Karli and Kolby Stoltzfus of East Earl, Pa.

Rounding out the champion cows are Senior Champion Female of the International Junior Guernsey Show, H Broke Showtime Taytor, exhibited by Dana & Madison Sickles of Marengo, Iowa, and Reserve Senior Champion Female, Hartdale Top Notch Coco, exhibited by Lauren Robison and Braden Hartmann of Mulberry Grove, Ill.

Sniders HP GG Lonestar Amazing-ETV, leased by Logan Harbaugh and owned by Amazing Syndicate of Marion, Wis., claimed the title of Junior Champion Female of the International Junior Guernsey Show, while Hartdale Primetime Cami, exhibited by Lauren Robison and Braden and Connor Hartmann of Mulberry Grove, Ill., took Reserve Junior Champion.

Official judge, Brian Schnebly of Hagerstown, Md., placed 73 animals with the assistance of associate judge, Mike Hickman of Shelbyville, Tenn.

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