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Oakfield Corners Dairy of Oakfield, N.Y., brought the All-American Dairy Show’s Supreme Champion Cow banner back to New York to conclude the 56th edition of the show on Wednesday, Sept. 18, at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg.

Oakfield WB Tiffany ET, EX-93, a 4 year old Holstein owned and bred by the farm, took home the brown banner. Tiffany is no stranger to the winners circle, having secured Intermediate Champion honors at the 2017 New York State Fair, Reserve Intermediate Champion at the 2018 Big E in Massachusetts, and Grand Champion at the 2019 Western New York Regional Show.

Supreme Champion Heifer was the Guernsey Fall Yearling, Springhill Jokes Finale ETV, owned by Springhill Farm and Jim Spreng and Chris Lang, out of Big Prairie, Ohio. Finale has secured Junior Champion Guernsey honors before, at the 2018 All-American, the 2018 World Dairy Expo in Madison, and 2018 North American International Livestock Expo in Louisville.

Judges from the week’s shows jointly selected the supreme champions.

Other All-American Grand Champions were:

  • Ayrshire – Old-Bankston JC Bri’s Bikini-E, exhibited by Landree Fraley of Muncy, Lycoming Co., Pa.
  • Brown Swiss – Peach-Kist Total Tango, exhibited by Lindsay Rucks of Okachobee, Fla.
  • Guernsey – Willow Brook Labron Toni exhibited by Jake Booher of New Castle, Lawrence Co. (bred and owned)
  • Jersey – Arethusa Premier Ventosa, exhibited by Matthew Senecal of Litchfield, Conn.
  • Milking Shorthorn – Valley View Oakleigh 2390-EXP, owned by Brittany Crawley of Gravette, Ark. (bred and owned)
  • Red & White – Colganados D Avianca-Red, exhibited by Oakfield Corners Dairy, Oakfield, N.Y.

The six other Junior Champions were:

  • Ayrshire – Jomill Burdette Kaliope, exhibited by GlamourView Farm, Walkersville, Md.
  • Brown Swiss – All-610 Carter Popsicle, exhibited by Ashley and Justin Kaufman, Berlin, Somerset Co., Pa.
  • Holstein – Crystal Star Avalanche Cali-ET, exhibited by Matt and Sara Hawbaker, Frank and Diane Borba, and Brandon Almeida, out of Clear Spring, Md.
  • Jersey – Big Guns Andreas Vienna, exhibited by Lillian Finke from London, Ohio
  • Milking Shorthorn – Hard Core Lottery Firework, exhibited by Katelynn Taylor of South Creek Acres, Allenwood, Union Co., Pa.
  • Red & White – Kamps-RX Appleb Addi-Red-ET, exhibited by GlamourView Farm and Eaton Holsteins, of Corfu, N.Y.

Additional Best Bred and Owned animals were:

  • Ayrshire – Nor Bert Reinholts Lochin Vail, owned by Dalton, Dillon, and Breanne Freeman, of Breman, Ind.
  • Brown Swiss – Cutting Edge Thunder Faye, exhibited by Ken Main and Kenny Jo Manion of Copake Falls, N.Y.
  • Jersey – Arethusa Premier Ventosa, exhibited by Matthew Senecal of Litchfield, Conn.
  • Red & White – Oakfield Addiction Emoji-Red, exhibited by Oakfield Corners Dairy of Oakfield, N.Y.