Intermediate Champion honors and the Eugene Nelson Intermediate Champion Award went to the winning Junior Three-Year-Old Cow, H Broke Levi Tayte, shown by Springhill of Big Prairie, Ohio. Reserve intermediate champion was Thurston Farms Primetime Trixie, the first-place Yearling Heifer in Milk, exhibited by Katie T. Livingston of West Winfield, N.Y.
Premier Breeder honors were awarded to Springhill of Big Prairie, Ohio. Premier Exhibitor was Knapps Guernseys of Epworth, Iowa. In the heifer show, Austin and Landen Knapp received Premier Breeder, and Landen Knapp was Premier Exhibitor. Jens Gold Aaron Copper-ET was Premier Sire. Premier Sire of the Heifer Show was Indian Acres American Pie.
Official judge Seth Johnson of Tunbridge, Vt. and associate judge Jon Lantz of Ellsworth, Wis. placed a total of 203 animals in the International Guernsey Show.
Complete class results can be found at worlddairyexpo.com.
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