Youth Recognized at Junior Holstein Convention

During the Wisconsin Holstein Association’s Junior Holstein Convention coming up in January, youth from across the state will be recognized for their outstanding achievements in multiple categories: Distinguished Junior Members (ages 17-21), Young Distinguished Junior Members (13-16), and 12 & Under Recognition Award winners (12 and younger).

Recognized as a Distinguished Junior Member, Chloe LaCrosse is the potential fifth-generation farmer at Uecker-LaCrosse Farms in Forestville. She’s currently a freshman at UW-Madison who’s majoring in dairy science and plans to return to the family farm after graduation to become the next generation of dairy producers. 

Evan Brey, the 11-year-old son of Tony and Moriah Brey of Sturgeon Bay, was recognized as a 12 & Under winner. He lives at Brey Cycle Farm, a 700-cow Registered Holstein farm owned by his mom, dad, aunt and uncle. Brey is a fifth-grader at Southern Door Elementary School.