The purpose of the American Guernsey Association is to provide leadership, promote programs, services, technologies and ensure the integrity of the breed in conjunction with state and global Guernsey organizations to enhance the value of the Guernsey breed for the members, owners and dairy industry worldwide.
In line with the great tradition of the Golden Guernsey Field Support Representatives, we are pleased to announce that Cara M. Trotter will be coming on board to help the AGA work more closely with our members and state organizations across the regional geographies as a Regional and Program Field Manager.
This position will strengthen AGA’s organizational engagement and development work with our state organizations and university dairy programs, as well as work closely with our member base. The responsibilities of the Regional and Program Field Manager will also include the organization, coordination and promotion of semen, embryo and cattle sales as well as improve and streamline member services and work with partners on the Golden Guernsey consumer programs.
Cara is a recent graduate of the Penn State University agricultural program with a B.S. degree in Animal Science. Cara has been very active in national and state Guernsey association programs and is committed and passionate about supporting the growth and development of the Guernsey breed and our members. She and her family own and operate Trotacre Farm in Enon Valley, Pennsylvania. Cara will begin her position on Monday May 22.
The American Guernsey Association is based in Columbus, Ohio, and is dedicated to the advancement and promotion of Guernsey dairy cows.