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Sisters come together to run Wisconsin dairy

6:25 PM, Jun. 25, 2013
Wisconsin sisters help run Soaring Eagle Dairy
Wisconsin sisters help run Soaring Eagle Dairy: Stacy Klotz, 31; Kelly Goehring, 42; and Julie Maurer, 43,work together in partnership with their parents Jim and Sandie Fitzgerald to run Soaring Eagle Dairy in Newton.
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Just as their crops have grown over the years, so too has the appreciation and respect the Fitzgerald sisters have for one another.

Now grown and married, Stacy Klotz, 31; Kelly Goehring, 42; and Julie Maurer, 43,work together in partnership with their parents - Jim and Sandie Fitzgerald - to run Soaring Eagle Dairy in Newton just south of Manitowoc.

"Ever since we were little kids, we all pitched in," Klotz said. Whether it was milking cows or picking up another chore, the sisters were kept busy on the farm, which has changed over the years. Their paternal grandfather, John, who began by milking ...

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