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The following is the perspective from Rebecca Roberts, who holds degrees from Indiana University with BA in biology and MS in Nutrition Science. She grew up in Eastern Greene County Indiana and has a 4 year-old son. Rebecca earned hours towards her professional certification working in nutrition at the Dairy Council of Indiana earlier this summer.
When I heard that we were going on a tour of a dairy farm in Whiteland, IN I never expected to be greeted by a young mother with three kids. Amy Kelsay was anything but what you would envision as most people’s image of a dairy farmer. She’s young, dynamic and very well-spoken. Continue reading
Katie Stam, Miss America, knows a dairy farmer’s dedication and commitment to milk quality, dairy cows and the land first hand. Katie, Indiana’s first Miss America, knows the value of hard work and dedication from growing up in a dairy farm family. Katie’s grandparents milked dairy cows and Katie’s parents helped every single day. Katie and her siblings helped to take care of the calves several times each week, along with helping in the milking parlor. Like many dairy farm kids, she has drive and determination. Continue reading