It is my responsibility to take your questions and hear your feedback so I can better serve you in Washington, which is why I greatly value holding town hall meetings so communities and residents in the Sixth District have a healthy forum to come together and discuss issues of importance.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, I held town hall meetings in Markesan, Montello, Utica, and Campbellsport. I always enjoy giving you a detailed update on what Congress is working on and hearing which issues are affecting you. Thank you to everyone who attended!
Highlighting Business: Majestic Crossing Dairy
The Sixth District is home to many farms that strengthen the agricultural community in Wisconsin and have made our state America's Dairyland. This week, I visited Majestic Crossing Dairy, which is yet another example of a dairy farm operating in the Sixth District that supports jobs for Wisconsinites and puts food on the table for our local communities.
During my tour, I observed firsthand the advanced technology that enables efficient and humane milking processes. Witnessing these relationships between their farmers and their livestock firsthand was a testament to the mutual respect and care that underscores the mission of Majestic Crossing Dairy. In addition to their talented workforce, this innovative dairy farm has incorporated 13 robots on the farm that help milk cows. Between their team of farmers and robots, Majestic Crossing Dairy produces an average of 28 pounds of milk per milking, which occurs about every eight hours.
Congressman Grothman inspecting a robot milker at Majestic Crossing Dairy
Majestic Crossing Dairy has operated in Sheboygan Falls since 2011. During my visit, I saw the sustainable practices that represented the values of the hardworking people of Wisconsin. This dairy farm is a depiction of the Wisconsin's world-class agricultural community that prioritizes animal welfare, strengthens our economy, and provides delicious dairy products for our state.
I'm here to assist you and all residents of the Sixth District in your dealings with federal agencies. Although I cannot override the decisions made by a federal agency, I can often intervene on a person's behalf to answer questions, find solutions, or just cut through the red tape.
Below you will find a list of agencies that I can help you with. However, regardless of which agency you need help with, I need a completed privacy authorization form to comply with the provisions of the Privacy Act. If you're looking for assistance with a federal agency, please download this printable version of the privacy authorization form and then fax or mail it to my Fond du Lac office.
I always enjoy visiting the cheerful employees of Lakeside Plus Packaging in Oshkosh. Thank you for bringing a smile to my face this week!
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Last week, I attended the ceremony to designate Manitowoc as Wisconsin's World War II Heritage City and see newly acquired artifacts salvaged from a local shipwreck. Manitowoc's legacy during WWII helped shape American history and will forever define Wisconsin.
I enjoyed meeting the air traffic control team of Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, including Winnebago County Executive, Joe Doemel. During my tour of the air traffic control tower, I learned how these individuals keep us safe in the air.
I was glad to have the opportunity to meet the talented employees of Pepsi on a tour of their facility in Oshkosh.
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