Oct. 3 2021
Erbacres Snapple Shakira-ET was chosen as Grand Champion of the 2021 International Holstein Show
Oct. 3 2021
Erbacres Snapple Shakira-ET earned the Supreme Champion title at the 2021 World Dairy Expo
Sept. 29 2021
The end of a long day of classes and placings in the Junior Holstein Show Tuesday found a pair of Senior Champions in the center of the ring
Sept. 23 2021
Pull up a seat and grab some popcorn because just like any great movie, the underdog is about to rise to the top. The character once seen as hidden and reserved will emerge in humble glory
May 6 2021
Holstein steers have become a solid contributor to the nation’s beef supply
April 17 2020
2020 Hoard's Dairyman Cow Judging Contest, Holstein Class
April 17 2020
2020 Cow Judging Contest, Holstein Class
Oct. 5 2019
A legend made her way back to the colored shavings for the International Holstein Show. Judge Chad Ryan of Wisconsin did not make it a secret that he has a “soft spot for older cows.”
Oct. 2 2019
Taking home Grand and Senior Champion of the International Junior Holstein Show was Musthaven Goldwyn Jaelyn-P
April 25 2019
Brian Kelroy placed the HOLSTEIN class in the 2019 Hoard's Dairyman Cow Judging Contest
Oct. 8 2018
The 6-year-old took home Grand Champion in the Holstein Show
Oct. 3 2018
It was the aged cow from California that rose to the top of the field of 216 cattle shown in the 15th International Junior Holstein Show
Oct. 2 2018
Juniors have been an important part of World Dairy Expo since its inception. However, 15 years ago, that commitment was taken to a new level when the International Junior Holstein Show became a stand-alone...
April 25 2018
In placing this class of Holstein cows D-C-A-B, Cow D wins on her balance of frame, width of chest, dairy strength, and symmetry to the udder
Oct. 7 2017
It was the 6-year-old, Rosiers Blexy Goldwyn-ET, that claimed the Grand Champion Holstein title
Oct. 4 2017
A pair of Senior Champions went on to be named the overall champions of the show
July 10 2017
“We don’t want to drive people away from the breed because Holstein cows are too tall,” stated Paul Buhr to those attending the 132nd annual meeting of the Holstein Association USA