AgSource is proud to support the Wisconsin State Fair Junior Dairy Show. More than six hundred dairy exhibitors from across the state participated in the week-long event, held in West Allis, Wis., making it the largest dairy youth show in the world.
AgSource recognized the show's production award winners. The cow with the highest combined fat and protein production for her breed was named the champion production award winner. Kenzie Emery, Jefferson County exhibited the Ayrshire Champion, Grand-View Burdette Dime ET with 1,045 lbs. of combined fat & protein; Paul Grulke, from Dodge County, exhibited the champion Holstein, Smith-Crest-TW SH Virgie-ET, with 2,856 lbs.; Olivia Brandenburg, Jefferson County, showed the champion Brown Swiss, Brandenburg Wonder Willow ET with 2,464 and the champion Jersey, Brandenburg Region Kash, with 2,486 lbs.; Jenna Langrehr, LaCrosse County, exhibited the Guernsey Champion, Lang Haven Turley Pumpkin ET, with 1,481 lbs.; and Danielle Warmka, Dodge County, exhibited the Red & White Production Award Champion, Synergy Abslt Lombardi Red, with 2,378 lbs. Angie Coburn, AgSource Vice President of Dairy Operations presented the awards on Sunday, August 7, during the Dairyland Youth Celebration.
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