A York County pig won big at the Pennsylvania Farm Show this weekend.
The Berkshire pig named Lucy was crowned Supreme Champion Bred Gilt. The pig, which also was named Champion Berkshire, was exhibited by Dave Holloway of Holloway Genetics in Glen Rock, according to a news release from the show.
The breeds shown during the competition included Berkshire, Chester White, Duroc, Hampshire, Landrace, Poland, Spotted and Yorkshire.
Another pig, Cherry Chip, exhibited by Holloway was named Reserve Champion of the Duroc bred.
A number of other pigs from York County also won during the competition held Saturday.
Emily,exhibited by James T. Parlett and Sons in Airville, was named Champion of the Chester White breed while another pig, Flair, exhibited by Parlett and Son was named Reserve Champion in the Yorkshire breed category.
Pigs exhibited by Wilson Bros. in New Freedom also earned two titles. Sally, a Landrace, was named champion in its category, while Sue was named reserve champion in the Hampshire bred, the release says.
-- Reach Greg Gross at email@example.com.