Adventures in Agriculture

There are many things in life we may take for granted whether it is the technology behind our smartphones or the hours spent ensuring each bite of food we take is safe and wholesome. Last week, I had the chance to appreciate those who work in food safety while capturin...

Seasons may come and go, but my deep love for agriculture remains. This love stems from early memories spent on my family’s dairy farm, and has only grown as I have pursued continual adventures in agriculture. Follow along as I recount ‘a day in the life of Abigail’ th...

People love sharing their stories. With the transparency of the world we live in, we hear, read and watch a lot of stories. My story began in Lake Mills, Wisconsin on my family farm, Krull Farms, which will be a young 100 years old in a few short years. It’s a family l...

My roots run deep in agriculture, just like the state of Wisconsin. I am the seventh generation, on both sides of my family, to have a career in the agriculture industry. In fact, my family and I are a part of the one in nine people working in Wisconsin who hold a job...

Greetings from rural Crawford County! I am Sarah Achenbach, and my love of agriculture is rooted in my upbringing on a small, diversified farm in southwest corner of our state. Growing up on a farm, I learned about the hard work and dedication it takes to bring our Wis...

Greetings! I am Tess Zettle, and it is a dream come true to represent five generations of agriculture as a Top Candidate for the 72nd Alice in Dairyland.

Being outside enjoying the fresh air, watching and playing with baby calves, or going for a tractor ride with my gra...

It is that time of the year again! Hearts, roses, and jewelry are found almost everywhere as Valentine’s Day quickly approaches. Personally, my eye is on the gemstones that reflect the Alice in Dairyland program and the love I have for our state’s current and historic...

It is hard to believe we are more than two weeks into 2019. Every year, I make a resolution to learn something new. Being Alice in Dairyland certainly helps as I constantly have the opportunity to network with agribusinesses leaders in a variety of industries. Coming f...

Jan. 2 was a bittersweet day as applications for the 72nd Alice in Dairyland were released. Some women have been mapping a path for this moment with the destination of becoming Alice clear. Others may get spur-of-the-moment inspiration to take the wheel and apply. Perh...

Can you imagine a truckload of Wisconsin cheese curds? That sounds like a dream, but it is not too far from coming true. Wisconsin’s dairy industry is part of our state’s economy, society, and future. We dedicate the entire month of June to celebrate the delicious and...

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