2015 Indiana State Holstein & Jersey Show Photos (Open & Junior photo)
The grand champion and best bred and owned Holstein was
exhibited by Sunrose Holsteins of Millersburg at the Indiana State Holstein Show last week in Goshen. Pictured (from left) are Anna Will, Indiana Holstein Princess, Tera Koebel, Bruce Gingerich, Tricia Kenworthy and judge Marty Unholzer.
Bryce Gingerich of Millersburg exhibited both the grand and reserve grand champions of the Holstein junior show last week at the Indiana State Holstein show at the Elkhart County 4-H Fairgrounds in Goshen. Pictured (from left) is Anna Will, Indiana Holstein Princess, Bryce Gingerich, Jeremy Penrod and judge Julie Hemp.
Snrose Holsteins of Millersburg had a great day in the show ring
receiving intermediate champion with their senior 3-year-old. Pictured (from left) are Anna Will, Kelly Epperly, Bruce Gingerich and judge Marty Unholzer.
Nicholas Minnich exhibited the winning senior 2-year-old. Ron and Eric Fuhrmann placed second.
Second and first place 5-year-olds were exhibited by Sunrose Holsteins, second and Tri-Koebel and Epperly exhibited the first-place cow.
The winning fall calf was exhibited by Culver GMJ Holsteins of Culver. Pictured (from left) are Jim Piper and Kanani Price.
The junior champion of the Jersey show was exhibited by Zike Jerseys, reserve, Bachelor Farms and honorable mention, Zike Jerseys.
The first-place spring calf was exhibited by Kanani Price of Jonesboro. Caylee James of LaGrange placed second.
In the summer yearling class, Price-View Farm placed first and Tri-Koebel placed second.
Sunrose Holsteins exhibited both the first and second place winter yearlings. Pictured (from left) are Tricia Kenworthy and Maegan Matlock.
In the Jersey show, Maplebranch Farm and Rosewood showed the
grand champion Jersey cow at the Indiana State Jersey Show last week at the Elkhart County 4-H Fairgrounds. Pictured (from left) are Tera Koebel, Jaycee Bachelor, Austin Thomas and judge Marty Unholzer.
Jaycee Bachelor and Andrea Kline had an exciting day at the Indiana Jersey State Junior show last week in Goshen. Pictured (from left) are Hadley Whicker, Indiana Jersey Queen, Jaycee Bachelor of Orland with the grand champion Jersey, Andrea Kline of Goshen with the reserve and judge Julie Hemp.
The second and first place junior 3-year-olds were exhibited by Tri-Koebel Holsteins of Three Oaks, Mich. and Lipply Holsteins of Plymouth. Pictured (from left) are Terry Koebel and Courtney Lipply.
Maplebranch Farm of Middlebury showed the winning 4-year-old. On the halter is Austin Thomas. Ron and Erich Fuhrmann placed second.
The top two aged cows in the open show were exhibited by Sunrose Holsteins, first and Lipply Holsteins, second. Pictured (from left) are
Courtney Lipply and Bruce Gingerich.
Both the reserve and honorable mention junior champion heifers were from exhibitors in northern Indiana. Pictured (from left) is Anna Will, Indiana Holstein Princess, Jim Piper and Megan Matlock.
In the junior 2-year-old class, Tri-Koebel and Epperly of Three Oaks, Mich., placed first and Ron and Eric Fuhrmann were second.
Kelsay Schilling exhibited the winning spring yearling and Kuk-lan Farm was second.
Price-View Farm exhibited the winning winter calf and Sequa Farms placed second.