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Palmyra Farm near Hagerstown excels in Ayrshire competition

September 27, 2010

HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Palmyra Farm, just south of Hagerstown, brought home some top honors from last week's Ayrshire competition at the All-American Dairy Show.

Reserve Senior and Grand Champion was the second-place Aged Cow, Palmyra Romeo RosyET, exhibited by Evan Creek of Palmyra Farm, according to a press release.

Palmyra also won the Premier Breeder banner.

The Senior and Grand Champion was Stillmore BBK Klassy, the winning Aged Cow exhibited by Doug Evans of Sunny Acres Farm of Georgetown, N.Y.

"These are cows that have stood the test of time, and they know what they were put on this earth to do," said Judge Sean Johnson of Glenville, Pa.

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Palmyra took first-place honors for Sr. 3-year-old with Palmyra Poker GiGi-ET.

The weeklong All-American show is billed as the world's largest dairy show.

It drew more than 2,400 animals and 925 exhibitors from 26 states and Canada.

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