UT Extension White County welcomes Kiley Wilson

Kiley Wilson
Kiley Wilson

 UT/TSU Extension White County is proud to announce a new addition to our county staff.  Kiley Wilson started on April 18th and will be focusing on 4-H Youth programs, specifically youth livestock, wildlife and forestry.  She will be partnering with RoseAnn Dodson to provide educational programs for all students that are in the 4th-12th grades.  Kiley graduated from Tennessee Tech University in 2017, with a degree in Agriculture and concentration in Animal Science. While at Tennessee Tech, she was a member of Block and Bridle and was the event producer for a successful horse show. She also enjoyed volunteering for Ag in the Classroom every year. Upon graduation she worked for Tennessee Farmers Co-op in Putnam County and enjoyed gaining knowledge in agronomy, animal health, and gardening. She really enjoyed working with the farmers and regular customers every day.

Kiley has an extensive background in livestock. Growing up she was focused on barrel racing and spent every weekend travelling the south competing in horse shows. She currently breeds and shows registered Boer goats and maintains a herd of around 75 head. She is certified in Artificial Insemination and is always looking for ways to genetically advance her herd. She also has experience with cattle, sheep, and poultry. Kiley is passionate about educating youth about Agriculture and teaching them about where their food comes from.  We are exited to have her join our Extension team.


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