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Catching champions drive at All-American Dairy Show

Slideshow: More than 2,000 animals competed in this year’s show in Harrisburg, Pa.

More than 2,000 animals were brought to the All-American Dairy Show in Harrisburg, Pa.

Even in these times of struggles, most exhibitors were all smiles as they showed their best animals for the All-American judges. Most exhibitors showing here go on to compete at World Dairy Expo with several past All-American champions winning big in Madison.

But there was only one top champion, and that honor went to Oakfield WB Tiffany ET, a 4-year-old Holstein owned by Oakfield Corners Dairy of Oakfield, N.Y.

American Agriculturist spent a few hours watching exhibitors make their final preps for the supreme champion show as well as watching the judges evaluate the competitors. Get a closer look by clicking through the slideshow.

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