Industries Agriculture, Food & Beverage

Agriculture, Food & Beverage

healthcare We understand the regulatory and policy challenges and opportunities in the food business, from farm to table. Our expertise extends from food and milk producers to processors, distributors, hospitality providers, and restaurants.

Meet Our Agriculture, Food & Beverage Team

Rob Marchant
President and Partner
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Andrew Hitt
Partner and Chief Operating Officer
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Margaret McInnis
Junior Associate
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Karen Timberlake
Principal
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Denise Bode
Partner
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Kevin Swanson
Senior Associate
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Patrick Firth
Legislative Assistant
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Evan Zeppos
Principal and Senior Affairs Advisor
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Mickey Foti
Principal
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Jeff Thormodsgaard
Principal
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Tom Schreibel
Partner
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Sarah Helton
Principal
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Derek E. Brown
Principal
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Chase Everton
Principal
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Katie Wolf
Senior Associate
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Alex Hayes
Senior Associate
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Alex Nichols
Legislative Assistant
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Chip Englander
Senior Advisor
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Tyler Foti
Senior Associate
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Abby Walsh
Associate
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AG, FOOD & BEV ARTICLES

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Recap of the 2018 Shared Value Leadership Summit

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Wet and Seasonable: Early Forecasts for Wisconsin Farmers

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The National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) are predicting a wetter than normal 2018 growing season in Wisconsin, accompanied by seasonable temperatures. For the April to June planting period, NCEP predicts average temperatures and wetter conditions. Here’s the long-range map showing predicted rainfall in the...

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