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2014 Dairy Intern: Chad Horst

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Features - Students
Friday, 22 August 2014 00:00

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Junior at Penn State University
Progeny Promotions intern at ABS Global
Deforest, Wisconsin

 

If there is a way, they will find it

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Written by Jennifer Janak   
Thursday, 21 August 2014 14:43

Deb Erb, Terry Appleby and Lorraine MerrillNew England dairy producers discover ways to promote the industry

There are 313 million people living in the U.S. Of that 313 million, only 2 percent are directly involved in agricultural production, and few more understand the importance of it for the sustainability of our country.

It has become farmers’ responsibility to educate consumers and bring about awareness for the dairy industry. Whether that is at a professional event or while in line at the checkout counter of the grocery store, dairy producers have the opportunity to be spokespersons for the industry and share their stories.

 

2014 Dairy Intern: Ashley Dreier

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Thursday, 21 August 2014 00:00

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 Graduate of Western Technical College
Summer intern at Wisconsin Holstein Association
Baraboo, Wisconsin

 

2014 Dairy Intern: Victoria Barman

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Wednesday, 20 August 2014 00:00

Victoria Barman

 

Graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Platteville
Sales and Service Intern at Accelerated Genetics
Baraboo, Wisconsin

 

HERd management: Get out of the barn and share your story

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Features - Women in Dairy
Written by Raechel Kilgore Sattazahn   
Tuesday, 19 August 2014 08:01

Promoting the dairy industry has always been important to me. I was a dairy princess at heart long before I ever put on a crown and sash. Even though those years as dairy royalty are long over, I still feel the need to tell our story about agriculture. After all, if we don’t tell our story, who will?

However, I know not all dairy farmers are as excited about talking to the general public as I am, including my husband, Doug. Let’s just say that in our relationship, I am the talker, but Doug does a great job speaking whenever he is in front of a crowd.

 

2014 Dairy Intern: Cassy Krull

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Monday, 18 August 2014 00:00

Cassy Krull

 

Junior at the University of Wisconsin – Platteville
Marketing Communications Intern for Accelerated Genetics
Baraboo, Wisconsin

 

2014 Dairy Intern: Katyra Von Ruden

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Monday, 18 August 2014 00:00

Katyra Von Ruden

Junior at Western Technical College
Summer intern with Accelerated Genetics
Baraboo, Wisconsin

 

2014 Dairy Intern: Sara Kitchen

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Monday, 18 August 2014 00:00

Sara Kitchen

Junior at Penn State University
Marketing and Communications Intern for Filament Marketing LLC
Madison, Wisconsin

 


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