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Proud to have grown up on a farm.

I'm proud to say I grew up on a Wisconsin dairy farm. Because my parents raised me proud, I always wanted to work in a career connected in some way with agriculture.

I'm in ag communications work now, and still proud to know some of the best people in the world who care for land, animals and people. Among my great clients, I work for the Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin and the Professional Dairy Producers Foundation. I love what those organizations have done and are doing to serve the dairy industry. They are helping dairy producers be--and be seen as--professionals. That means a lot to me personally.

I always dreamed of a day when my Dad would be thought of as a professional. So often he fought the image of being "just a farmer." Well, Dad, you've always been a professional in my eyes. Though I did not stay on to help run the farm (all my best wishes to my brave brother), I will always work to help dairy producers have professional development opportunities, and communicate that professionalism to others.

Kudos to the Progressive Dairy folks for allowing us this forum. Thanks!

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Auction participants believe in dairy's future

Posted on March 22, 2010 at 8:04pm 1 Comment

MADISON, WIS. – March 2010 – Seven auction items brought a total of $12,150 for dairy education programs at the Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin Business Conference, Tuesday March 16 in Madison, Wisconsin. Also at the conference, the Silent Auction raised an additional $14,500 toward dairy education.



The auction benefits the Professional Dairy Producers Foundation, which raises funds and awards grants for educational programs and initiatives. For the past six years, the… Continue

Calf with a "Story" up for Auction March 16

Posted on March 1, 2010 at 10:20am 0 Comments

When Mitch Breunig decided to donate a calf to the Professional Dairy Producers Foundation’s Live Auction, it was nothing short of the best. Jenny-Lou Million 2719 hails from the Lou and Toystory cow family, the well-known sires from Breunig’s Mystic Valley Dairy in Dane County, Wis.…

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At 4:20pm on July 26, 2009, Eric Baeten said…
Hi there Angie! I see you're also from the dairyland! How many cows you milking if you do? Also, I made a new dairy site called futuredairyfarmersoftheworld.ning.com! You should join! Tell your friends! Thanks!
At 12:00pm on January 30, 2009, Ryan Curtis said…
Actually no. I grew up near the King Ranch in Texas, but that's about the closest I got to Ag before coming here. I love nature and animals and telling stories about hardworking, honest people that have done something good for others, so working for a dairy publication is not to hard to fathom. The comic in the back of the magazine, "City Boy" is my brain child and is an exageration of the things I have learned while reading so many articles about dairy production. I have a great respect for the industry and the people I have met.
At 1:14pm on January 26, 2009, Ryan Curtis said…
Glad you could join us.

How did you get your start in the Dairy Industry?
At 2:02pm on January 7, 2009, Walt Cooley said…
Welcome, Angie! Great to have you part of our network.
 
 
 

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