The Red and White Dairy Cattle Association is excited to announce that their 2013 summer internship position was awarded to Cassandra (Cassy) Krull of Lake Mills, Wisconsin. During the course of the summer, Cassy’s responisbilities will include assisting with registrations and transfers, publications and representing the RWDCA at various events.
Cassy is the 19 year old daughter of Cindy Krull and the late Brian Krull. She was raised on her parents 800 acre farm where they are currently milking 40 head of registered Holsteins, Jerseys and Red and Whites. Her passion for the dairy industry began at an early age by working with her parents on the farm. Cassy received her first registered animal when she was two years old and has purchased several deep pedigreed cattle during her involvement in the industry. Cassy has been active in judging and showing since she was two years old and continues her interest by attending county, district, state and national shows and sales and being a leader to younger members in her county.
Cassy Krull is currently a sophomore at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville majoring in Agricultural Education and Animal Science with a dairy emphasis. Her career goal is to promote and educate others about the dairy industry through either teaching or going back into the industry and farming herself. She has been active on campus by being involved in Dairy Club, Dairy Judging and other activities. Cassy has also been active in her county’s 4-H, FFA and Junior Holstein Associations. We look forward to Cassy joining our team for the summer months!
For further details, please contact the Red & White Dairy Cattle Association at 308B Ogden Ave., Clinton, WI 53525; Phone: (608) 676-4900 or 4909; Fax: (608) 299-0800; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com; Website: www.redandwhitecattle.com.
Founded in 1964, the Red & White Dairy Cattle Association has been located in Crystal Spring, Pennsylvania since 1975 and Clinton, Wisconsin since 2009. The RWDCA strives to encourage and promote the progressive breeding and development of superior Red & White Dairy Cattle by providing breeders with information, programs, and services to help track, evaluate, and improve the breed from one generation to the next. The Association is based on the principle of an open herdbook and currently serves over 1,300 members. For additional information, you may contact the RWDCA at (608) 676-4900 or 4909 or visit www.redandwhitecattle.com.