After Sara received a BS degree in human services from UW Oshkosh, she worked several years for the Department of Workforce Development. At one point, she felt a need for a change and started searching for a new career and researching grad school programs.

Her dad sensed her career dissatisfaction. One day, he asked her to consider returning home to work on the farm. She had never considered going back to the farm before he approached her. Looking back, Sara believes it was one of the best decisions she ever made.

She loves that the farm is a family farm, five generations strong. There is no other place where family and work intertwines the way they do on a family farm. She gets to work with her parents and brother every day. Better still, she can raise her son on the farm she was raised on.

Sara feels proud to be part of an industry that Is responsible for feeding the world, and she sees opportunities to make a difference for the future by making a positive impact on the land and other resources with the practices she implements today.

Family notwithstanding, she knows they would not be able to run this operation without all of the great people who work as employees and live around them.

   Getting Personal

Sara grew up on the farm and now lives just across the road. She has a young son named Emmett and recently got married to her husband Erik.

She deeply enjoys travel and is a self described foodie … she loves cooking, going out to new restaurants, trying new foods and even loves grocery shopping!

Most of all she relishes spending time with family and friends, especially when it's outdoors on a nice day. Whether boating, sledding, hiking – or just sitting around talking, laughing and having a glass of wine, nothing makes Sara happier than spending time with her son and seeing him laugh and have fun.


Dairy Business Association (DBA)

Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin (PDPW)

Campbellsport Future Farmers of America (FFA) Alumni