Highest Guernsey Lifetime Production Winner Five Consecutive Years


Highest Guernsey Lifetime Production Winner Five Consecutive Years

Walnut Ridge Magic Cher, EX-92, has won for the fifth consecutive year The Leibers Trophy, The Valley Set Award and the Arnold Knight Trophy. These award recognize the living cow with the highest lifetime production credits for Milk, Fat and Protein. It is an amazing achievement for a cow to win any one of these awards but Cher has gone above and beyond winning each one for five consecutive years with a lifetime record of 321,807M 5.2% 16,599F 3.4% 10,924P.

Cher is bred and owned by Walnut Ridge Farm of Middletown, Maryland. Cher only has one milking daughter and a son, Walnut Ridge Kringle Classic, currently being marketed by Idle Neer Sires. Walnut Ridge Farm is Currently Milking 55 Registered Guernseys with a herd average of 17,519M 957F and 607P which ranks them sixth in the country for fat.

Recent highlights for Walnut Ridge include three cows in the herd winning Component Queen recognition as one of the top records in the national for combined fat and protein in 2012. Walnut Ridge exhibited the Grand Champion this past fall at the All-American Dairy Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, with Walnut Ridge Russ Nope R.

The American Guernsey Association is based in Columbus, Ohio, and is dedicated to the advancement and promotion of Guernsey dairy cows. The association claims over 700 active members nationwide.

For more information or photos contact Seth Johnson at (614) 339-5391 or sjohnson@usguernsey.com or visit www.usguernsey.com.

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8.1.2013