Both winners come from River Valley Dairy of Illinois

The Grand Champions in the open and junior divisions of The 59th All American Jersey Show were named the Supreme Champions of the 2011 North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) dairy shows.

Pine Haven SSM Marmie, Excellent-94%, was the open show Supreme Champion, receiving a check for $2,500 sponsored by Kentucky Farm Bureau. She was first and Best Udder in the four-year-old class judged by Herby D. Lutz, Chester, S.C., and named the All American Four-Year-Old of 2011 for owners Nic, Jeni, Ben and Andy Sauder, Tremont, Ill. "Marmie" was Reserve Supreme Champion at this year's World Dairy Expo.

2011 NAILE Supreme Champion, the Jersey
Pine Haven SSM Marmie, with Nic Sauder at the halter, was the Supreme Champion of the 2011 North American International Livestock Exposition dairy shows. The winner's check of $2,500 is being presented by Todd Bright, Director of Communications for the Kentucky Farm Bureau. Dr. David Sparrow, superintendent of the NAILE Dairy Shows, and Corinne Fetter, Director of Expositions, present the banner.

Claessic Fields Vindicat Genie, owned by Ben Sauder, was the Junior Show Supreme Champion, receiving $2,000 from the Kentucky Dairy Development Council. Judge Ted DeMent, Kenney, Ill., selected her as the first place four-year-old in The All American Junior Jersey Show. She is scored Excellent-93% and was the Supreme Champion of the 2010 World Dairy Expo Junior Show.

2011 NAILE Supreme Champion of the Junior Show, the Jersey
Congratulating Ben Sauder and his Junior Show Supreme Champion Claessic Fields Vindicat Genie are Dr. David Sparrow, superintendent of the Dairy Shows at the North American International Livestock Exposition, and Corinne Fetter, Director of Expositions. Maury Cox, Executive Director of the Kentucky Dairy Development Council, presents the check for $2,000.

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