Voegeli to Lead State Brown Swiss Breeders
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 03/18/2016
The Wisconsin Brown Swiss Association has a new president. Tammy Voegeli of Arlington was elected to lead the group at its 100th annual convention in Tomah this month.
Voegeli works as an animal research technician at the Arlington Ag Research Station's dairy operation.
"I look forward to serving the Wisconsin members as their president and continuing the promotion of our breeders and the Brown Swiss cow," Voegeli said. "I want to increase our active membership and continue to support and encourage our great group of
Board members also chose Rick Thompson as vice president and Barb Muenzenberger was elected secretary/treasurer.
Also at the convention, Franklin and Thomas Ferg of Lone Oak Farm were given the Master Breeder award. Dave Cowles was awarded the Brown Swiss Service Award. And top milk and protein herd award were also presented.
The WBSA is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2016 with events through the entire year.