Posted January 25, 2017
March 11Badger Invitational, Madison, WI
April 1PDCA Calf Sale, Champagne, IL
April 6The Equinox Sale, Syracuse, NY
April 7Indianhead Herd Dispersal, Barron, WI
April 28Midwest Spring Red & White Show, Madison, WI Judge: Paul Trapp, Taylor, WI
June 9National Red and White Sale, Rochester, MN
RWDCA Names Cow and Heifer of the Year
Madison, Wis- The Red and White Dairy Cattle Association is proud to announce the winners of the annual Cow and Heifer of the Year Contest!
Nominated and voted on by the membership of the RWDCA, winners are named in both the Open division and Junior division.
Winning Cow of the Year in the Open division is Pheasant Echo's Turvy-Red-ET. Turvy is owned by Kenny Stambaugh of Pheasant Echo's Farm, Westminster, MD. The highlight of Turvy's year was topping the International Red & White Show at World Dairy Expo, Madison, WI. The Heifer of the Year was awarded to Booth-Haven Lady In-Red, exhibited by Cole, Ava, Campbell & Royce Booth, Plymouth, WI. Lady In-Red is now owned by Michael Heath, Barclay Phoenix and Tim and Sharon Abbott, Westminster, MD. Lady In-Red topped off her show season by being named the Junior Champion of the International Red & White Show at World Dairy Expo, Madison, WI.
Topping the Junior contest is Milksource DTY Tammy-Red-ET. A Four year old, Tammy topped the International Red & White Junior Show at World Dairy Expo, Madison, WI, for owners Grady & Lane Wendorf & Dawson & Kylie Nickels, Ixonia, WI. The winning Junior Heifer of the Year was awarded to Winter Yearling, Lyn-Vale Cherry Wine-Red-ET. Cherry Wine topped off her show season by being named the Junior Champion of the International Red & White Junior Show at World Dairy Expo, Madison, WI. Like her Open Division counterpart, Cherry Wine is also owned by Cole, Ava, Campbell & Royce Booth of Plymouth, WI.
Full articles on the winners will be featured in the February and March issues of The Red Bloodlines, the official publication of the Red and White Dairy Cattle Association.
The RWDCA strives to encourage and promote the progressive breeding and development of superior Red & White Dairy cattle by providing breeders with information, programs and services to help track, evaluate and improve the breed from one generation to the next. Visit RedandWhiteCattle.com for more information.