(Dodge County) A Dodge County woman has been appointed to the Wisconsin Farm Bureau’s Promotion and Education Committee. Andrea Brossard was selected by the organization’s Board of Directors with her second term scheduled to begin at the end of November. Also appointed were Kathy Duescher of Brown County and Katie Zoromski of Marathon County. WFBF President Jim Holte says Brossard, Duescher and Zoromski have a passion for promoting agricultural and engaging others in conversations about food, fuel and fiber. Brossard represents Columbia, Dane, Dodge, Green, Rock and Sauk Counties. She is a third-generation farmer working on her family’s 200-cow dairy farm, responsible for calf care, monitoring herd health, managing employees and record keeping. Her family’s farm also grows crops on 650 acres which is primarily used as feed for the cows. Brossard is a past graduate of the WFBF Leadership Institute, winner of the Excellence in Agriculture award, Discussion Meet finalist and graduate of the American Farm Bureau Women’s Communication Bootcamp.