Wisconsin Potato and Vegetable Growers Association

70th Alice in Dairyland Finale to be Held at Lambeau Field

When the time comes to choose next year’s Alice in Dairyland, the winner will be selected in Title Town. The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture announced last week that Brown County will host the 70th annual Alice in Dairyland Finals in May 2017, with the finale program being held at the Lambeau Field Atrium.

Over nine percent of all the jobs in Brown County are provided by the agricultural industry, and the sector generates more than $4.6 billion in economic activity. The county also ranks among the top 10 in Wisconsin for total number of dairy cows, total value of agricultural products sold, value of livestock and poultry products, value of milk from cows, and corn for silage.

Each year, a new ‘Alice’ is selected from a group of candidates during a public job interview process. Brown County last hosted the selection process in 1978; and the area is also home to former ‘Alices’ Kristin (Conrad) Collins, who served in 1992-93, and Natalie (Parmentier) Killion, reigning from 2003-04.

Beginning in June, Ann O’Leary of Evansville, who was recently chosen as the 69th Alice in Dairyland, will make appearances throughout Brown County to bring awareness for next year’s events.

The 70th Alice finals will be held on May 11-13, 2017.

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