De La Plaine Bingo Stinger was awarded senior champion and grand champion titles at the International Ayrshire Show at the 2019 World Dairy Expo. The five-year-old cow was shown by Blue-Spruce Farm of Bridport, Vermont.
Marilie Gentleman Karmina, owned by Peter Vail and Mike and Linda Hellenbrand of Lomira, Wisconsin, was named reserve senior and reserve grand champion. She won the 100,000-pound production-cow class.
Old-Bankston JC Banner was named intermediate champion female. She was exhibited by Glamourview-Iager & Walton of Walkersville, Maryland.
Old-N-Lazy V Melania-ET, shown by Blue-Spruce Farm, was named reserve intermediate champion.
Jomill Burdette Kalliope, shown by Glamourview-Iager & Walton, was the junior champion of the International Ayrshire Show.
Dalton, Dillon and Breanne Freeman of Bremen, Indiana, exhibited the reserve junior champion, Nor-Bert Lochin Vesta.
Kalliope and Vesta placed first and second in the fall-yearling heifer class, respectively.
Kurt Wolf and Michael Maier, of Epworth, Iowa, were named premier breeder. Glamourview-Iager & Walton was named premier exhibitor. Palmyra Tri-Star Burdette-ET was named premier sire.
Family Af-Ayr Farm of Caledonia, Illinois, was awarded premier breeder in the heifer show. Glamourview-Iager & Walton was named premier exhibitor. Palmyra Berkely Reagan-ET was named premier sire of the heifer show.
Official judge Phillip Topp of Botkins, Ohio, and associate judge Matt Hawbaker from Clear Spring, Md., placed a total of 262 animals in the International Ayrshire Show.