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BTC teacher shares 'farm-sense'
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Dustin Williams of South Wayne recently won the Young Farmer and Agriculturist Excellence in Agriculture at the statewide competition held by the Farm Bureau Federation in Wisconsin Dells. The state award came from his work in agribusiness at Blackhawk Technical College, where he teaches and has developed a list of agricultural-based courses at the Monroe campus. (Times photo: Anthony Wahl)
MONROE - A South Wayne man is set to compete for a national prize in San Diego after winning a state award for his work in agribusiness at Blackhawk Technical College. Dustin Williams, 34, won the Young Farmer and Agriculturist Excellence in Agriculture at the statewide competition on Dec. 7 in Wisconsin Dells put on by the Farm Bureau Federation. The award is given to members in the 18 to 35 age range who work 50 percent of their time in ag production.