Dairy Rules Advisory Committee

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The purpose of the Dairy Rules Advisory Committee (DRAC) is to advise the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) on actions to improve Wisconsin dairy ​rules. The committee will meet quarterly.

For​ the first year, core functions of the committee include: Establishing by-laws, officers, and procedures for the committee; and providing feedback on current rules and future priority areas for rule changes.

Membership

DRAC roster

The committee consists of no less than 12 people representing multiple stakeholder groups involved with the dairy industry in Wisconsin.

Member terms are for two years, with six or more seats up for selection each year. To create the rotation of seats, initially half of the members will serve a two-year term, and half will serve a three-year term, as chosen at the first meeting. Members may serve more than one term, and up to four terms. Elections are held once per year.

Contact​

Kate Angeles​, DATCP Laboratory Evaluation Officer​
Division of Food and Recreational Safety
(608) 416-0244

Meeting Minutes

​Date​​​Meeting Materials
​August 10, 2021Minutes; Rulemaking Presentation; Regulatory Update
​May 5, 2021
MinutesMeeting Presentation; Dairy Plant Licensing Presentation; Preventive Controls Inspections Presentation
​February 3, 2021
Minutes; Presentation Slides
​November 4, 2020
Minutes; Regulatory Update; Reseal Member Concerns​; Single Farm Milk Pickup Proposal
​August 5, 2020​Minutes; Presentation Slides
​March 3, 2020Minutes
​November 6, 2019Minutes