Two teams from Wayne-Ontario County have emerged victorious at the New York Junior Holstein Association Dairy Bowl Contest, earning the opportunity to represent New York at the national competition in Salt Lake City, Utah. Their success in the event held on January 15 highlights their extensive knowledge of the dairy industry and the Holstein breed, setting the stage for their participation on a national level.
The Dairy Bowl, an initiative of the Junior Holstein Association, focuses on enriching participants’ understanding of the dairy sector. Wayne-Ontario’s teams, praised for their dedication and expertise, aim to build on their achievements, with the junior team striving to improve upon last year’s second-place finish and the senior team hoping to defend their national title.
Scheduled for June 26 in Salt Lake City, the National Dairy Bowl Contest promises to be a showcase of talent and hard work. The community is encouraged to support these young representatives as they prepare for this exciting challenge, embodying the spirit of competition and the passion for agriculture that defines the New York Junior Holstein Association’s mission.
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