September 12, 2022 at 8:07 p.m.
Phoenix named the winning 4-year-old, Oak-Ridge-K Gchip Turbo, as his senior and grand champion. Turbo, also named best udder of the show, is owned by the partnership of Milksource Genetics and Ransom-Rail Farm of Kaukauna.
For reserve grand champion, Phoenix tapped his intermediate champion, the winning junior 3-year-old Duckett Doorman Sadie-TW. Exhibited by Mike and Julie Duckett of Rudolph, Sadie was also named the best bred and owned cow of the show. The honorable mention grand champion was Duckett Doorman Ona-ET, the reserve intermediate champion and second place junior 3-year-old, owned by Budjon Farms, Cranehill Genetics and Peter Vail of Lomira.
The second place 4-year-old, Opportunity Gold Phoenix-ET exhibited by the Ducketts, was chosen as the reserve senior champion. Antia Absolute Joline-Red, the winning aged cow, was named the honorable mention senior champion for Milksource Genetics and Laurie Fischer of Kaukauna.
Following Sadie and Ona as the honorable mention intermediate champion was Greenpine Rejoice Bedazzled, the winning junior 2-year-old exhibited by the Ducketts and Milksource Genetics.
In the heifer show, Phoenix tapped his winning winter yearling as his junior champion. Ms Thunderstorm Eternity-ET was exhibited by La Femme Fatale Syndicate of Kaukauna. Following her as reserve junior champion was the winning summer yearling, Milksource Tstruck Actress, exhibited by Milksource Genetics. The second place summer yearling, D2 Summerfest Eyes On You, was named the honorable mention junior champion for Budjon Farms and Heartland Dairy of Lomira.
Duckett Holsteins, of Rudolph, was named the premier breeder and premier exhibitor of the show.
In the junior show, Apple-Pts Anisa-Red-ET, the top junior-owned junior 3-year-old, was selected to be the intermediate and grand champion among the youth exhibitors. The top placing junior-owned 4-year-old, Scenic Edge Jordan-Red, was named the senior and reserve grand champion. Both Anisa and Jordan are owned by Jacey and Hadley Ross of Mesa, Arizona. Reserve senior and honorable mention grand champion honors went to Luck-E Jordy Kricket-Red-ET, the second placed junior-owned 4-year-old cow owned by Caleb, Josiah, Helena, Adrian and Ella Olson of Lena.
Following Anisa as the reserve intermediate champion of the youth show was Duckett Denver Olivia-ET, the top junior-owned senior 3-year-old exhibited by Tessa and Stella Schmocker of Whitewater. She was followed by Ryan-Vu Hancock Simple who was named the honorable mention intermediate champion of the junior show for the Gaedke and Kroll families of Luxemburg.
Nehls-Valley Arch Angel, the winning junior-owned 5-year-old exhibited by the Wendorf and Van de Pol families of Ixonia, was named the honorable mention senior champion behind Jordan and Kricket. The champion bred and owned cow of the youth show was Bella-Ridge Lets Get Tattos, exhibited by Jacob, Logan and Madison Harbaugh and Adella and Ainsley Loehr of Marion.
Winright Doorman Eshanti-ET, the winning fall calf exhibited by Noah Bilz, Brynley Dejong and Brooke Hammann of Dorchester, was selected as the youth show junior champion. Reserve junior champion honors went to the second place junior-owned fall calf, Ryan-Vu Doc Jaz, exhibited by Dylan and Cameron Ryan of Fond du Lac. Receiving the nod for honorable mention junior show junior champion was the top-placing junior-owned summer yearling, Riverdown Tatoo Diablo-ET, exhibited by Kylie Nickels of Lomira.