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'Peanut' Tops Wisconsin Hi-Protein Dairy Show
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 06/25/2014

A Jersey cow was selected as the Supreme Champion of the 19th Northeast Wisconsin Hi-Protein Show in Seymour last weekend. 'Arethusa Verify Peanut,' exhibited by Michael Moede of Algoma, took the top honors Saturday at the Outagamie County Fairgrounds. 'Family-AF-Ayr Distraction,' an Ayrshire owned by Ulmstar Dairy, Seymour, was Reserve Supreme Champion. She was also picked as Supreme Best Udder of Show.

In the Junior Show, the Supreme Champion was Jersey cow 'Stranshome-JK Seal with a Kiss,' exhibited by Megan Moede, Algoma. The Reserve Supreme Junior Champion honors went to 'Covey P&A Reality Janette,' an Ayrshire, exhibited by Mackenzie Ullmer & Richard Franta, Seymour.

Other breed champions during the competition include Brown Swiss, 'Hayden Cosmos Candy,' exhibited by John Hartman; Guernsey, 'Knapps Les Reba,' exhibited by Mikayla Knorn; and Milking Shorthorn, 'Rocking Duds Cashs Tiffany,' exhibited by Jamie Wilson.

During the youth showmanship contest, 40 youths in a Pee-Wee class and three other divisions competed. In the senior division Kristen Allen was first, in the Intermediate division Ashley Oberreich won and in the Junior division Morghan O'Connell received the top prize. The supreme showperson receives the Joann Marquardt Memorial Award which was won by Kristen Allen.

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