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I think Marcy will win the class and be in the running for Int. Champ, as long as she makes enough milk. I think her frame is much better than Goldwyn Brooks. She's a cow that I think looks better late lactation, so I am pulling for Marcy again! She looked good last year but I think she looks better and healthier this year.

I don't think Theory will be there - she is a PA cow. Not sure, didn't ask. I picked the Reginald in hopes that Eaton takes her. The Reginald went 89 with a 92 pt mammary, but I'm not sure if she is quite flashy enough or not.

4, 5 and Aged all the same for me.

Hailey might not be grand with the likes of Pasta there. Have no idea how good she'll be. I've always felt that cow was always close to winning it all.
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The Reginald looks a little mature for her class age.

Pasta is 11 years old and looks better than Frosty did. A testament to a cow who has stood the test of time. Hailey is in some deep water this round
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They are in different classes though
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I went with wendon Goldwyn allie over hailey. I like that cow but have no clue if she is even there. Does anyone know?
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I'm not sure if she is there. But I think she can show in the production class? Can't remember for sure. I know she calved in again, and they have picture on Ferme Rayon's website. But I don't know how much showing she has done this year yet. Great cow.
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Allies is there looks fine, Hailey worn, Apple improving, seisme static, Barbara and Goldwyn brook not enough to compete with the mature cows, camaeron is there with that rump, but a real sleeper is Goldwyn love , easily the best all around cow at the show but probably not "extreme" enough to compete........

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Barbara is very correct and is a good "everyday" type of cow for someone but I don't think her time will come for another year or so. She needs to add some maturity.

Seisme looks good, her frame has really developed. Waiting to see her fully bagged for the show. Still not convinced she is 97 with the rear leg. I want to see her on the move.

Apple looks incredible for her age. She is going to be the oldest Red and White competing. Extreme depth and style. She has many daughters (and clones) at the show which exhibits how well she transmits. Not sure if she can be grand with her reverse tilt but you won't find another red and white in the barns who makes your jaw hit the floor. Apple's Clone will be another big contender.

Hailey: this cow is over-bagged every time she is exhibited somewhere. Her udder is too extreme for me and its a concern that her udder doesn't appear to fit her frame and body capacity. She's one of those cows who doesn't grab your attention when she is not bagged. She is much younger than some of the cows who have the advantage in their age and how well they have aged.

Cameron: Should've been dried off and calved back in before coming back.

Pasta: Is 11 this year and she looks to be better than she ever has. Incredible frame and depth and her udder looks better than ever. At 11 years old; she will be perhaps the oldest in the ring for Holsteins. Being a Boss Iron, WHY IS THERE NO BULLS IN STUD FROM THIS COW??
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Barbara is very correct and is a good "everyday" type of cow for someone but I don't think her time will come for another year or so. She needs to add some maturity.

Seisme looks good, her frame has really developed. Waiting to see her fully bagged for the show. Still not convinced she is 97 with the rear leg. I want to see her on the move.

Apple looks incredible for her age. She is going to be the oldest Red and White competing. Extreme depth and style. She has many daughters (and clones) at the show which exhibits how well she transmits. Not sure if she can be grand with her reverse tilt but you won't find another red and white in the barns who makes your jaw hit the floor. Apple's Clone will be another big contender.

Hailey: this cow is over-bagged every time she is exhibited somewhere. Her udder is too extreme for me and its a concern that her udder doesn't appear to fit her frame and body capacity. She's one of those cows who doesn't grab your attention when she is not bagged. She is much younger than some of the cows who have the advantage in their age and how well they have aged.

Cameron: Should've been dried off and calved back in before coming back.

Pasta: Is 11 this year and she looks to be better than she ever has. Incredible frame and depth and her udder looks better than ever. At 11 years old; she will be perhaps the oldest in the ring for Holsteins. Being a Boss Iron, WHY IS THERE NO BULLS IN STUD FROM THIS COW??
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Seisme and Apple - wow! Apple is such an amazing cow!
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Luck-E deserves every bit of that senior champion honor. Bred and Owned, balanced, deep framed, wide rumped cow who is the epitome of "correct".

I love Seisme but I have a hard to believing she is 97 with the rear leg and lack of spring of rib in her frame. The judge had the placing's right today with her not being Grand.

Now for the black and white show: this one is going to boil down to who come's out of the barn on their game
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