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Local livestock entered in large exposition

November 01, 2005

At least three from the area have entered livestock in the 32nd annual North American International Livestock Exposition, which is being held in Louisville, Ky., from Saturday through Nov. 18.

Participants include:

  • Linda Jordan, of Waynesboro, Pa., who has entered seven head of Southdown in the sheep division;

  • Kornerstone Farms, of Boonsboro, which has entered one beefer;

  • Allen M. Hess, of Smithsburg, who has entered one Milking Shorthorn in the dairy division.



The exposition, held at the Kentucky Exposition Center, is recognized as the world's largest purebred livestock show with more than 21,000 entries and nearly $700,000 in prizes and awards.

Purebred farms from across the country bring livestock to compete in any of nine divisions, including dairy cattle, dairy goats, Boer goats, beef cattle, quarter horses, draft horses, sheep, swine and llamas.

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