2019-20 Professional Dairy Producers Board of Directors, Executive Committee
The Professional Dairy Producers® (PDPW) announce their 2019-20 PDPW Board of Directors and Executive Committee, re-electing incumbents Jay Heeg as President, Katy Schultz as Vice President and Dan Scheider as Secretary, and naming Janet Clark as new Treasurer of the Board.
The full 9-member 2019-20 PDPW Board of Directors include:
- Jay Heeg, Heeg Brothers Dairy LLC, Colby, Wis. (President)
- Katy Schultz, Tri-Fecta Farms Inc., Fox Lake, Wis. (Vice President)
- Dan Scheider, Scheidairy Farms, Inc., Freeport, Ill. (Secretary)
- Janet Clark, Vision Aire Farms, LLC, Eldorado, Wis. (Treasurer)
- Andy Buttles, Stone-Front Farm, Lancaster, Wis.
- Steven Orth, Orthland Dairy Farm LLC, Newton, Wis.
- Ken Feltz, Feltz Family Farms, Inc., Stevens Point, Wis.
- John Haag, Haag Dairy, LLC, Dane, Wis.
- Corey Hodorff, Second Look Holsteins, LLC, Eden Wis.
The 2019-20 PDPW Board of Directors Executive Committee leadership includes:
Katy Schultz (Vice President) owns Tri-Fecta Farms Inc., of Fox Lakes, with her siblings Kari and Nick. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville with a degree in agribusiness and, before returning to the home farm, was a marketing and communications professional. Now back at the farm full time, Katy serves as the on-farm manager for daily operations, including livestock and employees. The family’s farm has 500 cows and 2,000 acres of corn, alfalfa, wheat, soybeans and peas. Katy and her daughter live in Fox Lake, Wis.
Dan Scheider (Secretary) is a fifth-generation farmer who dairies in partnership with his parents, Doug and Trish Scheider in Freeport, Ill. The family farm has 650 milk cows and crops 1,100 acres of corn and alfalfa. Before returning to farming, Dan spent three years in agricultural and business banking in North Central Wisconsin. In addition to having served on the community college strategic planning task force, he serves on the Stephenson County Board of Health, the County Farm Bureau Board and on the Missions Endowment Fund Committee at his church. He and his wife Sarah have two young children.
The PDPW Board of Directors meet throughout the year to develop organization strategy and establish opportunities to advance their mission of building a unified and robust dairy industry, as well as providing best-in-class education to fellow dairy farmers across the nation. To learn more about PDPW, visit www.PDPW.org or call 800-947-7379.
Professional Dairy Producers (PDPW) is the nation’s largest dairy producer-led organization of its kind, focusing on producer professionalism, stakeholder engagement and unified outreach to share ideas, solutions, resources, and experiences that help dairy producers succeed.