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09/01/2023 - Congratulations to the Wisconsin State Show Winners.

See the Show page for links to photos and results.
Award winners have been posted. Congrats!

Announcements: Wisconsin State Show Winners

Thanks to the generosity of several breeders, over 1,600 high-quality photos from Wisconsin State Fair and State Show are available for download to all members! If you weren’t able to make it to the show, or want to relive some of the great cattle exhibited, use the links below. All photos are free for download and use in promotions, social media and more.

Thanks to these breeders who made donations that enabled the photos to be made available for free to everyone: WI Brown Swiss Juniors, Brothers Three, Steff-N Farms, Thompsonview, Mayer Farms, the Brandenburg and Anderson families.


Thank you again to all who made it a great show and a tremendous State Fair. Good Luck this fall.


Josh Hushon, Wisconsin Brown Swiss President


Contact Barb at 608-486-2297 or email to sponsor a class or award. Cost is: Class sponsor $30 or Special Awards $50

Upcoming Events & Deadlines:

Wisconsin is hosting the National Brown Swiss Convention in 2024!

July 2 -6, Green Bay, Wis.

See the National Convention page for tentative schedule and updates.

See the Events page for a complete listing of deadlines & happenings




Wisconsin Brown Swiss was established in 1916!


Jane of Vernon who is deemed "Mother of the Brown Swiss Breed" hails from Canton III. The state's membership is comprised of seven cantons similar to those of Switzerland.


World Dairy Expo and the International Brown Swiss Show is hosted in Madison, Wis. Sunnyisle Colby Twilite, owned by Jeff Boldt of Whitewater, Wis., was named Grand Champion Brown Swiss at Expo in 2006.


The National Brown Swiss Office is located in Beloit, Wis.

Five National Brown Swiss Youth Ambassadors and two Youth Achievement Winners have come from Wisconsin.


The Wisconsin Junior Program is open to ages 9-21 and allows juniors to show at canton, state and national shows and enter the State Bell Ringer contest.


1994 - Nelson McCammon created the Share-A-Heifer program and in 2013, with his passing donated funds that were used to update the existing program.


The Brown Swiss Queen program is an opportunity for young women ages 15-21 to promote the breed at local, state and national shows. A new Brown Swiss queen is selected each year at the annual meeting.

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