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Youth Compete in N.D. State 4-H Fair Dairy Show

Youth from Gackle and New Salem receive top honors in the State Fair 4-H dairy show.

Youth from across the state participated in the 4-H dairy show at the 2015 North Dakota State Fair in Minot on Friday, July 25.

Sydney Kleingartner, Gackle, showed the champion senior dairy cow overall, and Brenna Hoger, New Salem, had the reserve champion senior dairy cow overall.

Jacklyn Pazdernik, New Salem, exhibited the champion junior dairy cow overall, and Kleingartner had the reserve champion junior dairy cow overall.

The winners by county were:


  • Joey Fridrich, Dickinson, champion, 2-year-old, Other Breeds
  • Brayden Klym, Dunn Center, champion, Spring Yearling Heifer, Other Breeds


  • Sydney Kleingartner, Gackle, champion, Summer Yearling Heifer, Brown Swiss; champion, Senior Dairy Cow, Ayrshire; champion, Senior Dairy Cow Overall; reserve champion, Junior Dairy Cow Overall


  • Brandie Doll, New Salem, champion, Senior Showmanship
  • Brenna Hoger, New Salem, champion, Senior Dairy Cow, Holstein; reserve champion, Senior Dairy Cow Overall; reserve champion, Summer Yearling Heifer, Holstein
  • Fayth Hoger, New Salem, reserve champion, Lactating Cow, Holstein
  • Kendyl Hoger, New Salem, reserve champion, Junior Showmanship
  • Ivy Klusmann, New Salem, champion, 2-year-old, Jersey; champion, Intermediate Showmanship; reserve champion, Fall Heifer, Jersey
  • Jacklyn Pazdernik, New Salem, champion, Winter Heifer Calf, Jersey; champion, Fall Heifer, Holstein; champion, Junior Dairy Cow Overall; reserve champion, Intermediate Showmanship


  • Matthew Pretzer, Rugby, reserve champion, Winter Heifer Calf, Other Breeds


  • Lance Kjellberg, Ypsilanti, champion, Junior Showmanship
  • Seth Kjellberg, Ypsilanti, reserve champion, Senior Showmanship

NDSU Agriculture Communication - July 27, 2015

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Source:Dean Aakre, (701) 852-4974,
Writer:Jackie Buckley, (701) 391-7113,
Editor:Ellen Crawford, (701) 231-5391,
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