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Schaefer named the 75th Alice in Dailyland


Schaefer named the 75th Alice in Dailyland

Wisconsin 75th Alice in Dailyland is Taylor Schaefer. Schaefer was selected on Saturday during Alice in the Daily Land Finals hosted by Madison’s Dane County.

Schaefer grew up on a farm in Racine County, talked to the Brownfield while showing animals at the fair, and looked up at Alice in Dailyland. “As a young exhibitor, I really respected Alice, but I didn’t think I could be her. As you know, these people are in such a role model in my life. Yes, I have always respected them. I am very excited to be in this position and very excited to be that role model for others. ”

Schaefer says he looks forward to learning more about the fields of agriculture that he didn’t see every day on his family’s beef and crop farms. “When you come from a farm, you know a lot about what you grew up in, but you can learn so many different things and share them with an audience of all demographics across the state. I think it’s really exciting. “

Schaefer graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison a week ago with a degree in Communication between Animal Science and Life Sciences and a certificate of digital research.She officially takes over her current Alice in Dailyland Julineness on July 5thth.. While she was in college, she was active in the Agricultural Women’s Association, Badger Dairy Club, and Badger Marching Band.

Former Alice in Dailyland will meet again during the 75th Alice Final 5/21 / 22

Alice in Dailyland holds a year of paid leave through the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection. This is the only program in the country designed to promote all agricultural products in the state.

Dailyland’s 75th Alice Program also featured a reunion of previous Alice, including Margaret McGuire, Dailyland’s first Alice, celebrating her 93rd birthday in August.

Schaefer named the 75th Alice in Dailyland Schaefer named the 75th Alice in Dailyland

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