HARRISBURG, Pa. — Hereford heifer SHF Coyotte Done, exhibited by Melissa Grimmel of Jarrettsville, Md., captured the supreme female championship title of the Oct. 6 Junior Beef Breeding Cattle Show at the 2013 Keystone International Livestock Exposition in Harrisburg.
The reserve female championship title went to Kelsey Delaplaine of Gettysburg, Pa., with her entry, KYLD Blackbird 2802.
EMM Sales & Service Inc. of Brownstown, Pa., sponsored the supreme champion awards for the seventh consecutive year. Grimmel was given the yearlong use of a cattle trailer, while Delaplaine earned a $1,000 cash prize.
The judges for the show were Alan Miller of Gridley, Ill.; Ryan Haefner of Sleepy Hollow, N.Y.; and Jeff Thompson of Loan Tree, Iowa.
The grand champion females of each breed:
Angus: BCA EHF Scaara Lutton 250, Hannah Grim, Beaver Creek Angus, Gettysburg, Pa.
Charolais: HCF Chanel, Rachael Hockenbery, High Class Farms, Woodbine, Md.
Chianina: Sweet Dreams 769Z, Lindsay Upperman, Up-Hill Farm, Chambersburg, Pa.
Crossbreds: Cam Layla 463A, Rylee Stockdale, Dayton, Pa.
Herefords: SHF Coyotte Done, Melissa Grimmel, Jarrettsville, Pa.
Limousin: KYLD Blackbird 2802, Kelsey Delaplaine, Gettysburg, Pa.
Maine-Anjou: 80S Lady A6, Libby Baker-Mikesell, Port Royal, Pa.
MaineTainer: JBS Miss Ringer, Kale Spengler, Durant, Iowa
Red Angus: Marshall Lake Amy, Rachel Waggie, Rock’n W Farm, Doswell, Va.
Shorthorn: CF HHF Margie 1105x HC ET, Jared Bates, Chandlersville, Ohio
Shorthorn Plus: RFL Park Place Queen, Xavier Ferris, Franklin, Ind.
Simmental: RD Kates Dream, Tanner Francis, Brooklyn, Conn.
SimAngus/SimSolutions: BSFC Amazing Grace, Janel Gilbert, Greenville, Ohio