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Wisconsin Ag Connection - 10/07/2019

World Dairy Expo's Supreme Champion Heifer was a Red & White Holstein from Wisconsin. 'Milksource Thunder-Red-ET,' owned by Molly Olstad and Tristan Ostrom of Stoughton, earned the designation after claiming the Junior Champion title during Friday's International Red & White Heifer Show. For the second year in a row, 'Cutting Edge T Delilah,' owned by Ken Main and Kenny Jo Manion of Copake, N.Y., was selected as the show's Supreme Champion.

Earlier on Saturday, 'Mead-Manor Def Adeline-Red' was crowned Supreme Champion of the Junior Red & White Show. The junior three-year-old cow was exhibited by Mike & Megan Moede of Algoma.

During the International Junior Holstein Show, the Reserve Supreme Champion went to 'Musthaven Goldwyn Jaelyn-P,' owned by M., M. & M. Price and C. Cunningham of Lomira.

Meanwhile, Wisconsin also claimed some top prizes during the World Forage Analysis Superbowl. Cozy Nook Farm of Waukesha entered the Grand Champion Grass Hay sample, while the top Alfalfa Haylage entry came from Aaron Barclay from Seymour. Opportunity Acres, Lena, won in the Mixed/Grass Haylage category. And the Grand Champion Standard Corn Silage winner was brought in from O'Harrows Inc. of Oconto Falls.

World Dairy Expo wrapped up Saturday afternoon at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison.

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