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My name is Kayla Wright, I am graduate of The University of Wisconsin-River Falls (UWRF) where I pursued a degree in Marketing & Communications with an emphasis in agriculture and a minor in Dairy Science.
I hail from Watertown, WI in Jefferson County where I grew on my family's 200 head, 300 acre Registered Holstein dairy farm. On the farm my duties entail; calf care, proper milking procedures, breeding selections, and promotion work. My younger sister and I have promoted our herd by exhibiting our cattle at district, state and national shows. I am responsible for all promotional advertisements placed in dairy publications-both state and national.
Promoting the agricultural industry has always been a goal of mine and I am grateful that I have been given an artistic talent to do so. While assisting an agricultural based graphic designer, I have utilized her style and technique to now help others and my family promote their cattle, or agricultural purpose, in numerous publications and promotional features. In addition to graphic promotional materials, I have also picked up photography to aid in the promotion of agriculture along with my past time.
Currently I am the Communications Coordinator for Accelerated Genetics at the main office in Baraboo, WI. My duties entail coordinating promotional materials for their bull, product and services line up, negotiate and reserve advertising pages with all media, capture photographs at cooperative events and at the bull stud in Westby, WI and recommend print and electronic promotional material that will increase sales. I work along side my communications team to ensure that Accelerated Gentics continues to be the 'Producers Trusted First Choice."
When I am not working, I enjoy freelance photography specializing in agricultural landscapes, senior and engagement sessions, being a 4-H dairy leader, attending and showing at cattle shows and volunteering at my hometown county level for the dairy youth of Jefferson