Harrisburg, PA - Sniders G Dirty Betcha exhibited by Allie Snider, New Enterprise, PA., won the Open Class Grand Champion Guernsey at the 2021 All-American Dairy Show at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center. Sniders G Dirty Betcha was also awarded Best Bred and Owned.
The Reserve Grand Champion was earned by Macy McDonald-Walason from Imler, PA with her cow Villa Crest Marvel Sayre.
Sniders HP GG Astonishing-E exhibited by Aaron Gable, Enterprise, PA., won Intermediate Champion of the Open Guernsey show. The Intermediate Reserve Grand Champion was awarded to Elon Snider, New Enterprise, PA., with Sniders Doc Higgins.
The Senior Champion winner was exhibited by Allie Snider from New Enterprise, PA. Allie showed Sniders G Dirty Betcha. The Reserve Senior Champion winner was Macy McDonald-Walason, Imler, PA., with Villa Crest Marvel Sayre. Honorable Mention went to Holly McCarty, Hughesville, PA., with Rocky Hill Gamble Luscious.
The Junior Guernsey Open Grand Champion was awarded to Chris Curtis who showed Dixie Gladheart Fiona-ET. The Reserve Junior Grand Champion was shown by Justin Kauffman who exhibited Twin Brook Gabe Amani from Village View Guernsey's of Mount Joy, PA.
The award for Total Performance and Production was received by Bella Gable from New Enterprise, PA.
Premier Breeder and Exhibitor was awarded to Snider Homestead Farms from New Enterprise, PA.
The judge for this year's contest was Sean Johnson from Rohrersville, MD. The associate judge for the competition was Matt Hawbaker from Clear Spring, MD.
Full results for the All-American Dairy Show Open Guernsey Contest, including exhibitor names and hometowns, can be found at allamericandairyshow.com.
Pennsylvania's dairy industry supports 53,300 jobs and contributes $14.1 billion to the commonwealth's economy annually.
The All-American Dairy Show, hosted at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg, features four days of competitions highlighting the best of seven dairy cattle breeds through sixteen separate competitions featuring 570 national competitors exhibiting nearly 1,300 of the finest dairy cattle in the nation's dairy industry. The show runs from Sunday, September 19 through Wednesday, September 22.
All-American Dairy Show events are open to the public. Parking and admission are free.
For more about the show, including a complete schedule, visit allamericandairyshow.com.
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