Horn-Leiterman & Laubscher Appointed to National Dairy Board
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 06/15/2012
Two Wisconsin dairy producers are among 12 appointees to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Dairy Promotion and Research Board. Amber Horn-Leiterman of Brillion was appointed to serve a
three year term on the panel, and Sharon Laubscher from Wonewoc was chosen to serve a second term.
Other state produces who serve on the DPRB include Patricia Boettcher, Bloomer; Douglas Danielson, Cacott; Randy Roecker, Loganville; and Carl Van Den Avond, Green Bay.
The National Dairy Promotion and Research Board, composed of 36 dairy farmers representing 13 regions of the contiguous United States, administers a coordinated program of promotion, research and
nutrition education. It was first authorized in 1983 to design programs to strengthen the dairy industry's position in domestic and foreign markets.