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This barn quilt can be found at the Sauk Prairie FFA Alumni Park located in the Prairie du Sac Industrial Park near the water tower. Come join us in the spring on Memorial Day weekend for truck and tractor pulls or again in the August for our Badger State Tractor Pull. This park is used for educational events as well such as our Agriculture Career Day.

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Address: E9430A County Road PF Prairie du Sac, WI 53578 Farm History: The Breunig farm has a historical house on the farm dating back to 1869. It’s architectural style consists of the “block and stack” construction. The lime stone is very popular in this area and you will notice other homes made this way. The block walls are 2 ft. thick and provide the natural insulation. The barn is a replacement barn built in 1970. The original wood structured barn was lost in a barn fire on April 1, 1970 with the animals being saved and no family members injured. The Breunig farm consists of 354 acres being owned and 220 acres being rented. Barn Quilt: The barn quilt was constructed in honor of their son, BJ Chrisler, who served as the State FFA President in 2009-2010, State Vice President in 2008-2009 and the National FFA Officer “NOMCOM” Chairman in 2010. The FFA President’s symbol in the FFA emblem is “the Rising Sun’ which is depicted in their quilt. The border consists of blue corn kernels also from the FFA symbol. Areas of Interest near this quilt: Natural Bridge State Park, E7792 Cr-C, North Freedom, WI 53951 Our Lady of Loretto Historical catholic church, E8336 Co Hwy C, North Freedom, WI 53951 Chuch at Honey Creek, County Rd PF, Prairie du Sac WI 53578

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Take a scenic drive down River Road just outside of Sauk City to see this beautiful barn quilt located at the Jack Wyttenbach farm: E10761 River Road, Sauk City, WI.

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Mr. Troy Talford
Mr. Troy Talford
Mr. Talford is the Agriculture & Natural Resources Instructor and FFA Advisor. He has been with the Sauk Prairie Schools District since January 2006.

    “Agriculture” encompasses the production of agricultural commodities, including food, fiber, wood products, horticultural crops, and other plant and animal products. Agriculture, however, extends beyond production to include the financing, processing, marketing, and distribution of agricultural products. The application of science, the use of conservation of land and water resources, and development of recreational resources are also a part of the food and fiber industry.

    The Agriculture program will develop leadership skills in students to benefit their community and the food, fiber and natural resource systems, and challenge students to explore and prepare for the diversity of the agriculture industry and careers that it provides.