East Central/Select Sires awarded eight $250 scholarships to students enrolled in the UW-Madison Farm and Industry Short Course (FISC).
Scholarship recipients include: Brett Hildebrandt, son of Roger and Fay Hildebrandt of Hustisford; Matthew O'Connor, son of James and Theresa O'Connor of New Glarus; Deanna Sterman, daughter of Matthew and Rhonda of Hartford; Zachary Meyer, son of Dale and Kelly Schmuhl of Ripon; Brittany Kadlec, daughter of Mike and Wanda Kadlec of Big Foot; Megan Daluge, daughter of Peter Daluge and Katie Gunn of Janesville; William Solberg, son of Terry Solberg and Karen Chrostowski of Oregon; and Garrett Lederman, son of Dean and Dawn Lederman of Brodhead.
Congratulations to this year's group of very deserving East Central/Select Sires scholarship winners: William Solberg, Brett Hildebrandt, Zachary Meyer, Matthew O'Connor, Megan Daluge, Deanna Sterman, and Brittany Kadlec. They will all be attending the University of Wisconsin Farm and Industry Short Course in the fall.
All of these students achieved academically and have shown outstanding leadership ability to qualify them for this scholarship. All were recognized at the recent East Central/Select Sires annual meeting in Madison. For more information about this scholarship program or for an application, contact the Farm and Industry Short Course office at 608.263.3918.
East Central/Select Sires is a professional, artificial breeding cooperative serving dairy and livestock producers in southern Wisconsin. As a member-owner of Select Sires located near Plain City, Ohio, East Central helps make up the largest Artificial Insemination (A.I.) cooperative in the world. They provide highly fertile semen as well as excellence in service and programs to achieve its basic objective of supplying livestock breeders with America's best genetics at a reasonable price.