Midwest cows win International Junior Holstein show

Colleen Kottke
Wisconsin State Farmer
Wining Five-Year-Old cow, Musthaven Goldwyn Jaelyn-P, takes home Senior and Grand Champion titles at the 2019 International Junior Holstein Show. Jaelyn is owned by M, M & M Price and C Cunningham of Lomira, Wis. The Reserve Senior and Reserve Grand Champion was winning Six-Year-Old and Older Cow, Lida-Acres Atwood Annie. Annie is owned by Olivia D & Madilyn B Johnson of Pelican Rapids, Minn.

A 5 year old Holstein from Dodge County, Wisconsin was the winner of the Senior and Grand Champion titles at the 2019 International Junior Holstein Show at World Dairy Expo.

Musthaven Goldwyn Jaelyn-P, owned by M, M and M Price and C Cunningham of Lomira, walked away with both the $500 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award and the Lillian & Keith King and Jim King Grand Champion of the Junior Show Award.

A six year old cow from neighboring Minnesota was the Reserve Senior and Reserve Grand Champion. Lida-Acres Atwood Annie. Annie is owned by Olivia and Madilyn Johnson of Pelican Rapids, Minn. 

The Intermediate Champion, Heart & Soul Dempsey Raelynn, topped the Summer Junior Two-Year-Old Cow Class. Raelynn is owned by Milk Source of Kaukauna, Wis. Raelyn was also named the Champion Bred and Owned of the Jr. Show.

The Reserve Intermediate Champion was Jericho-Dairy Baracuda-ET, owned by Lance Mcclure of Hobart, N.Y. Baracuda was the winning Senior Three-Year-Old Cow.

Harvue Doorman Fiji-ET, owned by Jacob Bingham of Clear Spring, Md, won the Spring Yearling Heifer Class, and then was awarded the title of Junior Champion of the 2019 International Junior Holstein Show. Vandoskes Denver Cami-ET topped the Winter Heifer Calf Class before being named Reserve Junior Champion. Cami is owned by Brianne, Brooklyn and Reid Vandoske of Cleveland, Wis.

World Dairy Expo 2019

Wisconsin junior exhibitors did well among the 235 entries judged by Eddie Bue, Kaukauna, and associate judge Brandon Ferry, Hilbert. The following entries won their respective classes at the show in Madison.

  • Spring Heifer calf—E-Donk Badonkadonk-Lyn, Eric Wachtendonk, Bloomer
  • Winter Heifer calf—Vandoskes Denver Cami-ETBrianne, Brooklyn and Reid Vandoske, Cleveland
  • Fall Heifer calf—Weigland Avalnche Alexis-ET, Kaelyn, Kenadee and Keegan Weigel, Platteville
  • Summer Yearling heifer—Stormy-Ridge Crushin Dreams, Colin Uecker, Watertown
  • Spring Yearling heifer—Red Brae Doorman Theresa-ET, Elise and Brady Bleck, Glenbeulah
  • Senior Two Year Old cow, must have freshened—Danhof Diamond Shine-ET, Sarah Burken, Galesville
  • Senior Three Year Old cow—Forward Blossum, Emma, Sara, Wyatt and Claire Dorshorst, Marshfield
  • Summer Junior Two Year Old Cow, must have freshened—Heart & Soul Dempsey Raelynn, Milk Source, Kaukauna
  • Four Year Old cow—Siemers Pure Ki-Anna, Jake, Connor and Lauren Siemers, Newton
  • Five Year Old cow—Musthaven Goldwyn Jaelyn-P, M, M and M Price and C Cunningham Lomira

Complete class results can be found at worlddairyexpo.com.