Lodi woman Alice in Dairyland finalist

Sydney Endres, a Lodi High School graduate, is one of the final six women who may be chosen to help promote Wisconsin’s billion dollar agriculture industry as Alice in Dairyland.

A former Lodi Fairest of the Fair is in the final running to become Alice in Dairyland this May.

Sydney Endres, a Lodi High School graduate, is one of the final six women who may be chosen to help promote Wisconsin’s billion dollar agriculture industry.

The Lodi native has had a lifetime of qualifications to take on the Alice in Dairyland reign.

Endres grew up on her family’s jersey farm, Jazzy Jerseys, and graduated last fall from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Dairy Science and Life Sciences Communication.

“As Alice in Dairyland, I will devote my time to learning and sharing about Wisconsin’s diverse agriculture industries with audiences of different ages and backgrounds,” Endres said. “With so much to share, I will find something valuable for everyone to know about the top industry in our state.”

Endres now works for US Jersey, and has worked for the Association of Women in Agriculture, the Dairy Girl Network, and the UW-Madison Dairy Cattle Center. She has also been involved with the Wisconsin State Fair, Land O’ Lakes, Inc. and Professional Dairy Producers Association.

Alice in Dairyland spends one year as a full-time public relations spokesperson for the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (WI DATCP), traveling over 40,000 miles giving interviews, posting on social media and appearing at special events.

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