Wisconsin cows did exceptionally well as World Dairy Expo drew to a close on Saturday afternoon.
Again in 2017, the Supreme Champion came from America’s Dairyland!
Rosiers Blexy Goldwyn-ET was awarded the honor of Supreme Champion at the 2017 World Dairy Expo. This winning Holstein cow is owned by Budjon, Vail, Abbot, Van Excel and Woodmansee of Lomira, Wis. Blexy, was the first-place winner in the Six-Year-Old Cow Class and Senior and Grand Champion Female in the International Holstein Show. As Supreme Champion, Blexy received the Gregory Blaska Memorial Trophy, a $2,000 cash award sponsored by BouMatic, a royal blanket sponsored by Agpro, Inc. and a director’s chair sponsored by International Protein Sires.
Reserve Supreme Champion was earned by last year’s Supreme Champion, Musqie Iatola Martha-ET, exhibited by Milksource Genetics of Kaukauna, Wis. She was named first place Six-Year-Old & Older Cow, along with Senior and Grand Champion Female during the International Jersey Show at World Dairy Expo. As the 2017 Reserve Supreme Champion, Martha received a $1,500 cash award sponsored by Trans Ova Genetics, a royal blanket sponsored by E-ZEE Milking Equipment, LLC and a director’s chair sponsored by Joe and Patti Schluter.
Winning for Wisconsin didn’t end in the senior show either!
Adams Creek Ap Bianca-ETV, exhibited by Alyssa Nuttleman of Bangor, Wis., was named the Reserve Supreme Champion of the Junior Show. Bred and owned by Nuttleman, Bianca was classified Very Good 89 as a two-year-old. Bianca took first place in the Junior Two-Year-Old Cow Class and Grand Champion in the International Junior Guernsey Show. A royal blanket sponsored by Ameriprint, LLC, a $1,000 cash award sponsored by Udder Comfort and a director’s chair sponsored by Maple Lawn Farm were presented to Bianca.