Katelyn farms with her grandparents, parents, brother, and husband on their centennial farm in Washtenaw County. They milk 400 cows and raise crops to feed them. Her main area of interest is taking care of the animals, including health management, making sure milking is going smoothly in the parlor, and raising calves. She’s heavily involved in promotion, 4-H, and Farm Bureau. When she’s not working, she loves to travel and read – currently Sherlock Holmes and Agatha Christie mysteries.

Listen as Katelyn talks about:

  • How they invite everyone in their neighborhood over for a big open house
  • Her first time hiking – which was climbing Mount Fuji in Japan
  • Taking care of calves in the 95 degree heat
  • Her grandpa’s influence on always trying to improve
  • Being selected as the 2020 Young Farmer Ag Leader

 

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