Harrisburg, PA – Palmyra Reagan R Gigi, exhibited by Palmyra Farm of Hagerstown, M.D., earned the Intermediate Champion award before being named Grand Champion Ayrshire at the All-American Open Ayrshire Show on Wednesday, September 22, during the 2021 All-American Dairy Show at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg.
Elite-HP Promise ET, exhibited by Peter Vail of Englewood, F.L., was named Reserve Intermediate Champion before earning Reserve Grand Champion.
Old-Bankston-LB Chrystal-ET, exhibited by Angela Fuller of Attica, N.Y., received Senior Champion honors, while Hall's Marksman Kari, exhibited by Hiram Nagel of Clymer, N.Y., took the title of Reserve Senior Champion.
Kingswood Chelyote Destiny, exhibited by Peter Vail, of Englewood, F.L., earned the title of Junior Champion Ayrshire, while Heineman Prime Banzai, exhibited by Angela Fuller of Attica, N.Y., took Reserve Junior Champion.
Full results for the All-American Dairy Show Open Jersey 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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