Becky Levzow is owner and operator, along with her husband Ralph and son Kenneth, of a 180-cow, fourth generation dairy farm near Rio, in South Central Wisconsin. The operation tills 750 acres of corn, alfalfa, soybeans and wheat, with registered Holstein and Jersey dairy cattle. Their daughter and son-in-law, Amanda and Ryan Seichter, are both agriculture education teachers who also assist with the operation as time permits.
Becky graduated from both the UW-Hospital and Clinics Radiologic Technology and Diagnostic Medical Sonography programs. She received her bachelor's degree from the University of St Francis in Joliet, Illinois. Becky is employed at Meriter Hospital, Madison, as an ultrasound and nuclear medicine technician.
She is currently the vice chair of the Pardeeville School Board, Treasurer of the Pardeeville FFA Alumni and served on the Wisconsin Agriculture Education Workforce Development Council for two years. Becky is a graduate of the Wisconsin Rural Leadership Program and past chair of the Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin Foundation Board.