Somerset County Dairy Princess Cheyenne Saumier and Lawrence County Dairy Princess Lauren Slick flank the best heifers shown in the open show. Matthew Lawrence holds his junior champion while Patrick Carey is at the halter of his reserve junior champion with Judge Dennis Patrick at his side.
The intermediate champions of the open show are held here by Angela Lawrence and Vanessa Uber. Others pictured are, from left, Matthew Lawrence, Michael Uber and Judge Dennis Patrick in back.
The open show’s senior and grand champion is presented here by Wade Sturgeon on behalf of his father, Tim Sturgeon.
Winning the Premier Breeder banner was the Bean Family of Rolling Spring Holsteins in Clarion County. Pictured in front are Sam Beiler, Charlie Bean, Denise Bean and Callie Miller. In back are Steven and Matthew Bean and LeAnn Kapanick.
Premier Exhibitor honors went to the Carey Family, owners of Plum-Line Holsteins in Crawford County. In front, from left, are Beth, Brooke, Patrick, Courtney and John Carey and Tyler Crawford. In back, left to right, are: Ryan Carey, Dennis Halfast, Heather Carey, Pat Carey, Mark Riley, Mike Carey and Corbin Wood.
Patrick Carey, left, and Shane Cook hold the intermediate champions of the youth division.
Reserve junior champion honors in the youth show went to Justin Kennedy of Butler.
Courtney Carey, left, is at the halter of Patrick Carey’s senior and grand champion of the youth show. Morgan Gooch earned reserve grand champion honors.