On Saturday, Sept. 7, Warren County 4-H dairy members showed their animals at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg for the annual Pennsylvania State Junior Dairy Show. Members earned the right to attend the state show by first completing their dairy 4-H projects and showing their animals during the Warren County Fair. Last weekend members traveled to Crawford County for the district show where they qualified for the upcoming show.
Congratulations to: Aiden Kafferlin of Spring Creek for taking Best Animal Owned and Bred with his junior 3-year-old Jersey; Hailey Reynolds of Pittsfield won Best Animal Owned and Bred with her 4-year-old Ayrshire; She also placed first with her winter intermediate yearling and second with her spring junior calf both Ayshires; Hailey placed first with her junior 3-year-old red and white; and Tara Sleeman of Russell was awarded Best Animal Owned and Bred with her senior 2-year-old Holstein; She placed first with her 6-year-old and second with her spring junior red and white calf. Additional members show and placing included:
Robyn Biondi of Corry placed fifth with her spring junior Holstein calf;
Devan Murray of Spring Creek poses with his cow and ribbon from the District Dairy Show.
Tanner Biondi of Corry placed first with his spring junior Holstein yearling;
Shane Blair of Sugar Grove placed second with his spring junior yearling Jersey calf;
Dominique Corradi of Columbus placed second with her spring junior calf and fourth with her junior 3-year-old Jersey;
John Curtis of Corry placed first with his five year old Jersey and first with his spring junior yearling Jersey calf;
Caleb Kafferlin of Spring Creek placed first with his junior 3-year-old Holstein;
Sabrina Long of Sugar Grove placed first with her fall senior red and white calf and first with her summer yearling Holstein;
Devan Murray of Spring Creek placed second with his winter intermediate yearling Holstein;
Katrina Nickerson of Clymer, NY placed second with her winter intermediate Brown Swiss calf;
Samantha Nickerson of Clymer, NY placed first with her winter intermediate Brown Swiss calf;
Johanna Nordland of Columbus placed second with her summer yearling Jersey;
Michelle Nordland of Columbus placed second with her junior 2-year-old Jersey;
Timothy Nordland of Columbus placed
Dylan Riedel of Corry placed first with his fall senior Guernsey calf, first with his winter intermediate red and white calf, and fourth with his spring junior Holstein;
Destiny Snook of Sugar Grove placed third with her spring junior Jersey calf;
Taylor Snook of Sugar Grove placed first with her fall senior calf;
Kevin Sorenson of Union City placed second with his junior 3-year-old Jersey;
Tristen Wilcox of Russell placed third with his winter intermediate Holstein;
Maya Weis of Columbus placed first with her junior 2-year-old Jersey.
-4-H in Pennsylvania is coordinated by Penn State Cooperative Extension through the U.S. Department of Agriculture. 4-H programs are open to all boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 18.