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addison_field_days_09 UVM CREAM Show String Excels At Addison County Farm and Field Days

Addison County Fair & Field DaysThe CREAM program at UVM has returned to showing their purebred cattle this summer, and the summer CREAM 2009 students did an outstanding job preparing a top show string, with the help of Doug Watkin, CREAM herds person, and Rachel Cadwallader-Staub, UVM class of 2010.  Addison County Fair and Field Days was held from Wednesday, August 5th to Saturday, August 8th. The trip to Field Days included CREAMers bringing 9 heifers that the students had been training since early July. The CREAMers also created a barn display describing and promoting the program.

Results in the Holstein classes included:

Holsteins at Addison County Field DaysUVM-CREAM Stormatic Cheriappa exhibited by Kayla Clark - First Place Winter Yearling:
UVM-CREAM Toystory Jellybean exhibited by Katie Gazo - seventh Place Winter Heifer Calf;
UVM-CREAM Socrates Lucerne exhibited by Olivia Piel. - Seventh Place Spring Heifer Calf:
UVM-CREAM Damion Butterfly exhibited by Chelsea Whitehouse - Third Place Spring Heifer calf. In addition
UVM-CREAM received second place for Best Three junior Holstein Heifers (Cher, Jellybean, Lucerne).

Results in the Jersey classes included:

Jersey cows at Addison County FairUVM-CREAM Blackstar Norma-Jean exhibited by Stephanie Guyette- First Place Spring heifer calf;
UVM-CREAM latola Saphire exhibited by Amanda Aronoff - Third Place Winter Heifer Calf:
UVM-CREAM latola Sahara exhibited by Brittany O'Neil - First Place Summer Year,Yearling:
UVM-CREAM Gustav Turner exhibited by Phil Cohen - Second Place Winter Yearling.

In addition UVM-CREAM received second place for Best Three Junior Jersey Heifers (Sahara, Saphire, Norma-Jean).

Addison County FairThe students appreciated support that came from Rachel and Doug as well as Dave Bartholomew, UVM class of 2003, Joe Allen, UVM class of 2003, and Dr. Joe Klopfenstein, CREAM herd veterinarian. Another highlight of the show was that a UVM bred Jersey cow, UVM latola Serenity-ET, now owned and shown by Joe Allen was judged supreme champion of all cattle at the show. Plans are underway for CREAM to show cattle at the Champlain Valley Fair from September 3 to 7.

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