Harrisburg – CSF Ramsey Teva 7E ET, the spring yearling class winner, exhibited by David Hockett of New Palestine, Ind., earned Grand Champion Female honors in the National Hereford Show on Friday, October 5, at the 2018 Keystone International Livestock Expo in Harrisburg.
CSF Ramsey Teva 9E ET, also owned by David Hockett of New Palestine, Ind., earned Reserve Champion Female honors. She shares the same dam, CSF BR 436 Teva 308T ET, as the Grand Champion Female.
Foggy Bottom Farm of Keymar, Md, R&R Cattle Enterprises of Keithville, La., and Marcelino Rodriguez Jr. of Keithville, La., exhibited the Grand Champion Bull with their spring yearling R&R Fireball 5086 7070.
RW KLD Ruger 109 7029 ET, owned by Rockin W Polled Herefords of Schulenburg, Tx., Grimmel Girls Show Cattle of Jarrettsville, Md., and Kyle Lemmon of Manchester, Md., was Reserve Champion Bull.
Brady Jensen of Brookings, S.D., served as judge for the show.
The show is one of six national-level Hereford shows across the country that award points that an animal can accumulate in pursuit of show bull and show female of the year honors.
Division winners for KILE’s National Hereford Show included:
Champion Spring Heifer Calf – DHB 4013 183 Laura 8054 ET owned by Thomas E. Cross of Kennerdell, Venango Co. and Sarah Grace Birdsall of Homer, N.Y.
Reserve Spring Heifer Calf – Showtime Dezra 840 owned by Caden Crain of Mounds, Ill.
Champion Junior Heifer Calf – CF Candy 856 ET owned by Claire Trennephol of Modoc, Ind.
Reserve Junior Heifer Calf – Showtime Ruby 803 ET owned by Karson Patton, Frankfurt, Ind.
Champion Senior Heifer Calf – WD CA W41 Integrity 7226 owned by Walker L. Dunn of Cochranton, Crawford Co.
Reserve Senior Heifer Calf – Ramsey Kelly 703 ET owned by Kalin and Jaecee Schrader of Continental, Ohio.
Champion Intermediate Heifer – LLH B293 Valerie 1917 ET owned McKenna Broughton of Attica, N.Y.
Reserve Intermediate Heifer – WD 109 Put A Spell On Me 7130 owned by Reagan A. and Walker L. Dunn of Cochranton, Crawford Co.
Champion Spring Yearling Heifer – CSF Ramsey Teva 7E ET owned by David Hockett of New Palestine, Ind.
Reserve Spring Yearling Heifer – CSF Ramsey Teva 9E ET owned by David Hockett of New Palestine, Ind.
Champion Junior Yearling Heifer – SSF KKH Miss Keylisha 703 ET owned by John Allen IV of Saxonburg, Butler Co.
Reserve Junior Yearling Heifer – GGSC Carla 5E ET owned by Ian Garrett Forbes of Churchville, Md.
Champion Senior Yearling Heifer – TDF Yahtzee 1610 owned by Ty Jugilewicz of Brooklyn, Conn.
Reserve Champion Senior Yearling Heifer – CWF Christmas Carol SD owned by Coltin Cross of Kennerdell, Venango Co.
Champion Spring Bull Calf – BF Dun Right 8137 ET owned by Burns Farms, Pikeville, Tenn.
Reserve Spring Bull Calf – QHF Captain America 35F owned by Quail Hollow Farm of Rixeyville, Va.
Champion Junior Bull Calf – KLL RW Bandit 01F owned by Kyle Lemmon of Manchester, Md.
Reserve Junior Bull Calf – BF SWIN HOMELAND 8001 owned by Swinford Cattle Farm of Chattanooga, Tenn.
Champion Senior Bull Calf – ADE 12C Broadway 770E owned by Alexis Eudy of Harrisburg, N.C.
Reserve Senior Bull Calf – BF 0245 Big Money 7261 ET owned by Burns Farms of Pikeville, Tenn.
Champion Yearling Bull – WD 2296 Woodrow Call 7134 owned by Walker L. Dunn of Cochranton, Crawford Co.
Reserve Yearling Bull – BOFAT Hill 10Y Remy 71E owned by Harrison Roberts of Williamsburg, Mass.
Champion Senior Bull – GP Absolute T31 199D ET owned by Hanna N. and Abigail S. Billing of Greendell, N.J.
Reserve Senior Bull –
Champion Cow Calf Pair – KLD RW Minday 88X D86 ET, owned by Kyle Lemmon of Manchester, Md.
Reserve Cow Calf Pair – BOFAT Hill 743 R00 11B owned by Julie and Harrison Roberts of Williamsburg, Mass.
Premier Breeder – Harrison Roberts of Williamsburg, Mass.
Premier Exhibitor – Harrison Roberts of Williamsburg, Mass.
The Keystone International Livestock Exposition is the largest livestock show on the East Coast, with more than 1,400 beef cattle, 1,110 horse, 1,700 sheep and wool, 225 swine, and 260 goat entries in 2018. This year, more than 900 exhibitors from 25 states are competing in livestock events. The show also includes the 11th Annual Keystone Classic Barbecue Competition, a Kansas City Barbecue Society-sanctioned event to select the state's finest culinary competitors and the first annual ranch riding competition hosted by the East Coast Ranch Riding Association.
All events are open to the public with free admission and parking. Find more information and a complete schedule of events at www.keystoneinternational.pa.gov.