MADISON (WKOW) -- For the seventh time in a decade, a Wisconsin woman has taken top honors at the World Dairy Expo.
Karyn Schauf isn't one to seek attention, so she was surprised to learn she was selected as the World Dairy Expo 2013 Dairy Woman of the Year.
Karyn and her husband Bob run Indianhead Holsteins in Northern Wisconsin, raising a herd of registered Holsteins. As a former Alice in Dairyland, Karyn continually advocated for dairy and agriculture.
"Serving on the milk board and working and advocating in areas of agriculture that I felt were important and farmers advertising their own products, kind of an offshoot from having been Alice," Karyn said. "You know I just feel strongly about promoting what you believe in, and standing up for what you believe in."
Karyn will receive her award at the World Dairy Expo during the "Dinner with the Stars" banquet October 2nd.
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