Darwin Frye has been appointed Superintendent for the Arlington Agricultural Research Station. Frye most recently has served two years as Interim Superintendent at the station, following 10 years as the Assistant Superintendent. In his new role, he will oversee the management of the largest of our 12 CALS research stations in Wisconsin, with 12 crop and livestock units on 2000 acres. A graduate of UW-Madison (B.S. Animal Science), Frye spent fifteen years cash grain farming on 1500 acres of corn and managed a Purebred Hereford herd. We are delighted to welcome Darwin to his new role.This entry was posted in Uncategorized by jsindelar. Bookmark the permalink.
College of Agricultural & Life Sciences