Jersey is Supreme at North American International Livestock Exposition

Jersey is Supreme at North American International Livestock Exposition

The Grand Champion and Best Uddered Cow of The 60th All American Jersey Show was named the Supreme Champion of the 2012 North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) dairy shows on November 6.

Cascadia Iatola Puzzle, Excellent-91% (maximum score), received a check for $2,500 sponsored by the Kentucky Farm Bureau for owner Gene Iager, Pleasant Plain, Ohio. She is the 2012 All American Senior Three-Year-Old, and was the All American Senior Two-Year-Old of 2011.

The All American Jersey Show & Sale is an annual production of the American Jersey Cattle Association, Reynoldsburg, Ohio. The AJCA, organized in 1868, maintains identification and performance records for dairy herd owners and provides services that support genetic improvement and greater profitability through increasing the value of and demand for Registered Jersey™ cattle and genetics, and Jersey milk and milk products. For more information on its programs and services, visit USJersey.com or follow the association at facebook.com/USJersey.

Cascadia Iatola Puzzle with Junior Rader at the halter, was the Supreme Champion of the 2012 North American International Livestock Exposition dairy shows and winner of a $2,500 cash award sponsored by the Kentucky Farm Bureau. Pictured, from left, are Dan Grigson, dairy show co-superintendent; Kevin Lutz, Jersey show judge; Mike Tobin, Kentucky Farm Bureau; Edmund Els, Ayrshire show judge; Ted DeMent, Guernsey show judge; Joe Cain and Todd Bright, Kentucky Farm Bureau; Eric Topp, judge for Holstein and Red & White shows; and Dean Dohle, Milking Shorthorn show judge. Corinne Fetter, Director of Expositions and General Manager, and Dr. David Sparrow, superintendent of the NAILE Dairy Shows, present the banner. At far right is Sherry Smith, Brown Swiss show judge.

11.09.2012