MADISON – As they prepare to submit nominations by March 31, 2020, eligible milk producers who are interested in running for the Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin (DFW) Board of Directors should be aware of the Department of Financial Institutions’ (DFI) guidance on remote notarization. Information can be found here.
Additionally, in light of recent developments relating to COVID-19, nominees may have their five nominators electronically sign by sending an email to the Market Orders Program Manager. Traditional signatures on an individual nomination form will also be accepted.
As a reminder, to qualify for the election, a nominee must be an active dairy producer who: 1) lives in a district up for election, and 2) sells milk into commercial channels. Nominees must acquire at least five signatures from other active dairy producers who reside in the same election district. The nine districts up for election are:
District 1 Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas, Iron, Rusk, Sawyer and Washburn counties
District 4 Barron and Polk counties
District 7 Clark County
District 10 Brown, Door and Kewaunee counties
District 13 Buffalo, Pepin and Pierce counties
District 16 Fond du Lac, Green Lake and Marquette counties
District 19 Columbia and Dodge counties
District 22 Grant County
District 25 Green, Rock and Walworth counties
Producers interested in serving as a director can contact Debbie Gegare the Market Orders Program Coordinator at (608) 224-5116 or [email protected] for a nomination form or may access an electronic copy at www.WisconsinDairy.org/