Bryce Luchterhand

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Bryce and his wife, Max, have owned and operated the family farm since 1973. They have four children and ten grandchildren. The farm has been in the Luchterhand family since 1902, and is currently home to a herd of 30 Gloucester Lineback cattle and an orchard of 43 fruit trees. They have honey bees, make maple syrup, and have a small flock of chickens. Recreational activities include square dancing, pickle ball, traveling, hiking, biking, reading and writing.

Bryce has had a varied career having worked as an elementary guidance counselor, high school social studies teacher, dairy farmer, grassroots organizer and county zoning administrator.  He was appointed by President Clinton to serve as State Director of the Farmers Home Administration/ USDA Rural Development, and then served as Director of Governor Doyle’s Northern Office, District Representative for Senator Herb Kohl and Deputy Outreach Director for Senator Tammy Baldwin. He has served on the local town board, school board and is currently on the Clark County Board of Supervisors. Bryce is a delegate to the Wisconsin Conservation Congress and currently chairs the Clark County Unit.


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