Reese, 23, will graduate in May from the University of Wisconsin-
Madison with a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Education.
This program has prepared her to become a secondary education
teacher with focus on agricultural subjects such as Animal Science,
Agricultural Business, Food Science, Horticulture and Wildlife.
She is currently serving as an Agricultural Education Intern
at Milton High School in Milton, Wisconsin.
Nicole was raised in Sheboygan Falls on a mid-sized dairy farm.
Dusty Lane Farms, LLC, is a partnership between her grandparents
and parents. While growing up she actively milked, operated
equipment and performed various farm duties. Dusty Lane Farms,
LLC, provides her with much of her agricultural inspiration
today. She presently resides in Jefferson with her husband Anthony.
been employed by USDA Farm Service Agency and served as Wisconsin
State FFA Vice-President in 2002-2003. This position allowed
her to travel Wisconsin promoting agriculture and the FFA organization.
As an officer, she had to create and implement educational workshops,
give speeches and presentations as well as coordinate various
FFA functions. During college Nicole played a significant role
in the UW-Madison collegiate FFA chapter and the Wisconsin Farm
Bureau Federation. She was finalist in the 2005 Wisconsin Farm
Bureau State Discussion Meet.
is extremely excited to serve as a representative for Wisconsin’s
Agriculture Industry. “Alice fills a vital role as an
ambassador for Wisconsin Agriculture. I want to work to educate
all audiences about the importance and diversity in the industry”,