The term ‘agvocate’ might be new, but it’s one of the hats that Daphne Holterman has sported for some time. She’s a mom. She’s a dairy farmer. She’s a tireless promoter of all things dairy. Daphne draws on a strong public relations background to communicate with consumers about food and farming. A member of the Jefferson County Farm Bureau, she and her husband, Lloyd, farm in partnership with Tim Strobel and Jordan Matthews at the 850-cow, 1,500-acre Rosy-Lane Holsteins near Watertown. She’s the mother of two daughters who majored in agriculture; one in the transportation industry and one in the dairy industry.