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Williams is finalist for ag award
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JANESVILLE - Dustin Williams, a farm business and product management instructor at Black-hawk Technical College's Monroe Campus, is one of four individuals selected as a finalist for the Wisconsin Farm Bureau's Excellence in Ag award.

The award recognizes members of the Farm Bureau's Young Farmer and Agriculturist Program who excel in their involvement in agriculture, leadership, and civic and service contributions to the Farm Bureau and other organizations. Nominees must derive a majority of their income from a non-production agribusiness enterprise for three years. Williams qualifies as an agricultural education instructor.

Williams, named the Post-Secondary Agricultural Students Organization advisor of the year last school year, is representing Green County for the award. Williams and the three other nominees will make a presentation and answer questions for a three-judge panel during the Farm Bureau's 2014 Annual Meeting in December.

The Young Farmer and Agriculturist program is open to Farm Bureau members from 18 to 35.