LANCASTER, Wis. — The Wisconsin Pork Association recognizes an outstanding individual who has demonstrated a long-time commitment to the Wisconsin State Fair in the open and junior shows, and to developing a quality breeding program, by inducting him into the Hall of Fame.
Todd Brewer raises around 30 sows mostly Chester Whites on his farm in Albany Wisconsin. Todd is a fourth generation Chester breeder. Todd and his wife Brenda have been successful showing Chesters at state and national levels for 50 years.
Now with his grandkids showing the Brewer name is going into its sixth generation. They are excited to see where there two grandchildren Braxton and Jayce take the breed.
The WPA would like to thank all who were involved in nominating Todd and invite everyone to come out to the Wisconsin State Fair on August, 7th during the Chester White show to Induct Todd Brewer into the 2021 Hall of Fame.
Todd Brewer contact information 1(608)214-1760
Past Hall of fame Recipients
1992 – John Wollin, Lake Mills
1993 – James Walsh, Beloit
1994 – Lyle Nelson, Oregon
1995 – Don Lang, Beloit
1996 – Gerald McElroy, Pardeeville
1997 – Earl Skalitzky, Waterloo
1998 – Bob Grenawalt, Beloit
1999 – LaVern & Marilyn Weller, Dwight, Illinois
2000 – Schuster Brothers, Berlin
2001 – Ralph Wilson, Burlington
2002 – James Furlong, Jr., Watertown
2003 – William Schomberg, La Crosse
2004 – Mike & Donna Lindow, Chili
2005 – Wayne Fowler, Cuba City
2006 – George Holst, Trevor
2007 – Francis Fahey, Belleville
2008 – David Gill, Platteville
2009 – Gary Brewer, Albany
2010 – Paul George, Evansville
2011 – Alan Butts, Evansville
2012 – Erv Nuttleman, Bangor
2013 – Roger Guse, Whitehall
2014 – Dennis Jeffers, Poplar Grove, IL
2015 – Bill Clothier, Clinton
2016 – Charles Schmaling Family, Delavan
2017 – Hilman Schroeder, Sauk City
2018 – Thomas Knauer, Avalon
2019 – Gary & Diann Skalitzky, Waterloo
2020 – WSF Cancelled
2021 – Todd Brewer, Albany
If you need any more information, contact the Wisconsin Pork Association at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 608-723-7551.
— Wisconsin Pork Association
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