Wisconsin Well-Represented In Brown Swiss

Pictured: The Intermediate Champion of the International Brown Swiss Show went to Topp B-3 Woodford, owned by Topp-View and Brothers Three of Watertown Wis. Reserve Intermediate Champion was Just So D Fortune-ET, owned by Just So Farm of Lake Mills, Wis.

Topp B-3 Woodford, the winning Junior Three-Year-Old Cow, won Intermediate Champion in the International Brown Swiss Show at World Dairy Expo. Topp-View & Brothers Three of Watertown own Woodford, and got the Eugene Nelson Intermediate Champion Award.

Reserve Intermediate Champion went to Just So D Fortune-ET, the winning Senior Three-Year-Old, owned by Just So Farm of Lake Mills.

Jenlar Rasta Westlynn-ETV, the winning Fall Heifer Calf, won the Junior Champion and got the Norman E. Magnussen Memorial Award. Siemers Holsteins of Lomira owns Westlynn.

Following as Reserve Junior Champion was the Junior Champion of the Junior Show and winning Winter Yearling Heifer, Shelburne BR Dells Designer NP. Hayleigh Geurink and Kelvin Webster of Blue Mounds own Designer.

The Dam and Daughter duo owned by Brian Pacheco of California won big as the owner of the Senior and Reserve Senior Champion and Grand and Reserve Grand Champion of the International Brown Swiss Show.

Iroquois Acres Jong Cali, the winning Component Merit Cow, won Grand Champion. Her daughter, Iroquois Acres Total Candy, the winning Aged Cow, Six-Year-Old & Over, received Reserve Grand Champion.

Official judge Chris Lahmers of Ohio and associate judge Richard “RT” Thompson of Darlington evaluated the 374 entries.

In the International Junior Brown Swiss Show, Junior Champion honors went to Shelburne BR Dells Designer NP, owned by Hayleigh Geurink and Kelvin Webster of Blue Mounds.

The judges evaluated 148 junior entries.

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