Manitowoc County is hosting the 68th
Wisconsin Alice in Dairyland Finals
May 7-9, 2015
 Meet the 2015 Alice in Dairyland Finalists
   
 

 
Kristin Klossner

Kristin Klossner, New Glarus, is a substitute teacher in the Monticello School District. She is a graduate of UW-River Falls, where she majored in secondary education and minored in dairy science. She grew up on her family’s farm raising dairy show heifers, beef steers and show rabbits. She volunteers at the Wisconsin State Fair and is a 4-H and Junior Holstein Association leader. Klossner has done mission work in Kentucky, Louisiana and Jamaica with local faith groups.
   

     

Teyanna Loether

Teyanna Loether of Sauk City will graduate this spring with a Master’s degree in animal sciences from UW-Madison, where she is studying reproductive physiology. She grew up on a dairy farm and showed horses, chickens, and swine at the Sauk County Fair, where she served as the 2010 Fairest of the Fair. During graduate school, she worked as a teaching assistant and tutor and is working toward a Delta Certificate in Research, Teaching, and Learning.
  

 

Cassandra Mayer

Cassandra Mayer of Slinger is an inside sales representative at ANIMART for northwestern Wisconsin and east central Minnesota. She grew up on her family’s dairy farm and hopes to return and continue the family’s passion and tradition. Mayer graduated in May 2014 from UW-Madison with a degree in life sciences communication. As a student, she interned at Koepke Family Farms of Oconomowoc, Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin and public relations firm MorganMyers.
   

 

Stephanie Nagel

Stephanie Nagel grew up in Valders, where her parents owned and operated Nagels Home of Holsteins, where they milked 60 registered Holsteins until 2012. The family now raises steers, heifers, calves and crops on 250 acres. Nagel graduated from Valders High School in 2009 and in 2013 graduated from UW-Platteville with a degree in animal science with a dairy and business emphasis. She works at CP Feeds in Valders as a dairy nutritionist and consultant.
  

 

Dormie Roberts

Dormie Roberts of Burlington plans to graduate in May from UW-Platteville with a major in agriculture education – non teaching. Prior to college, Roberts was an active FFA member and YMCA camp counselor. She worked at UW-Extension Racine County as the 4-H youth development intern. She helped plan three youth camps, helped organize the county fair and worked with volunteers. She chaperoned at the 2014 Racine County Fairest of the Fair and is an active member of Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin.
   

      

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