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Women in Ag Network - November Feature

By Megan Roberts, Extension Educator November’s Women in Ag Feature is Tiffany Klaphake, Agriculture Program Coordinator for Central Lakes College, AgCentric, and MN FFA Alumni. Tiffany also lives and works on a dairy farm near Sauk Centre. Below Tiffany shares about her experiences growing up on a farm, leaving to seek an education and career in agriculture, and then finding herself back on a farm again. Tiffany Klaphake WAGN: Tell us a little about your background and farm. Tiffany: I grew up on a 60 cow dairy farm in central Minnesota by the small town of Burtrum. Growing up I was your classic FFA judging, 4-H showing, dairy princess waving farm girl. Being involved in so many agriculture related activities in high school made me want to pursue an agriculture degree in college. I didn’t know what I wanted to do with my degree, but knew I wanted my degree to be in agriculture. After graduating with an Agribusiness degree from Ridgewater College, I decided to transfer on to