Amy Raboine has farming in her blood. In the morning, she milks cows then heads to her job at the Farm Service Agency Baraboo Service Center in Wisconsin. Working at FSA also helped introduced Amy to types of support the agency offers to farmers and ranchers. After work, Amy is back on the land tending to 90 acres of pasture, 60 acres of corn silage and 50 acres of new seeding. She and her boyfriend are the only two who work the farm so they work seasonally, looking forward to winter as a vacation break. Read more (Oakdale Electric Cooperative).
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