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2017 Agromatic Holstein Futurity winners named

Wisconsin State Farmer

FOND DU LAC - The 2017 Agromatic Holstein Futurity was recently held at the Cow Palace at the Fond du Lac County Fairgrounds. 

Pictured are first-place winners in the 5-year-old class, front row, from left: Rae Nell Halbur; Crystal Seimers-Peterman, 2017 Alice in Dairyland; Courtney Moser, 2017 Wisconsin Holstein Association Princess; Kati Kindschuh, 2017 Fond du Lac County Fairest of the Fair; back row: Jeff Liner; Jerome Meyer, judge; Eric Westphal; Bella-Ridge Gin Blossom-ET; Rachel Bock, leadswoman; and Darren, Steve, Doug and Derek Kamphuis, owners.

Five 5-year-old Holsteins were shown. First place, best udder and production recognition went to Bella-Ridge Gin Blossom-ET exhibited by Kamphuis Farms LLC. First place bred and owned was shown by 2nd-Look Bwire Dorito-Red exhibited by Second-Look Holsteins.

Eighteen 2-year-old Holsteins were shown. First place in the 2-year-old class — along with first place bred and owned — went to Ryan-Vu Armani Design-Red exhibited by Mark and Chad Ryan. Best udder in the 2-year-old class went to Kampy Bad-Intensions-Red-ET exhibited by Kamphuis Farms LLC. Top Junior Owned honors went to Second-Look Holsteins for 2nd-Look Bwire 12567-Red-ET shown by Kianne Hodorff.

Pictured are first-place winners in the 2-year-old class, front row, from left: Mary Ryan, owner; Crystal Seimers-Peterman, 2017 Alice in Dairyland; Dylan and Cameron Ryan, owners; Courtney Moser, 2017 Wisconsin Holstein Association Princess; and Kati Kindschuh, 2017 Fond du Lac County Fairest of the Fair; back row: Mark Ryan, owner; Jeff Liner; Jerome Meyer, Judge; Ryan-Vu Armani Design-Red; Chad and Amy Ryan, owner; and Steve Kamphuis.

Best Dressed Female was Kalista Hodorff and Best Dressed Male was Ray Halbur.

Jerome Meyer, of Sun Prairie, served as the judge.