Tyler comes to us from the elaborate, yet spectacular Driftless area of Wisconsin. Born and raised outside of Richland Center, Tyler spent the first twenty years of his life working on his family’s small dairy farm. It was there, Tyler learned the value of hard work and dedication. It was also there where he grew to love the outdoors and developed a passion for hunting, particularly whitetails.
After graduation from Ithaca High School, Tyler pursued a degree in Wildlife Management. Ultimately, he would receive his degree in PK-12 Physical Education. He presently teaches preschool through eighth grade Physical Education and Health at Queen of the Apostles School in Tomah.
Don’t let the teacher side of Tyler fool you. His roots are still in farming and the outdoors. That said, Tyler devotes countless hours annually to improving the hunting and whitetail herd quality on the home farm. Habitat design and improvements, food plots, and trail cameras are as enjoyable to him as the hunt itself. Inching his family or himself closer to a mature bruiser is the ultimate goal. The stories shared, and camaraderie aren’t bad either. Come Spring time, Tyler and his brothers scour the hillsides for the elusive morel mushroom, just as their dad taught them at a young age. Tyler and his brother once found an unbelievable 23 pounds under a single tree!
Tyler resides in Onalaska with his wife, Lindsay, and their two rescue dogs. They enjoy spending time with family, cheering on the Packers and Badgers, and frequenting local vineyards from Trempealeau to Richland counties. They can also be found volunteering for rescue transports that help relocate dogs in need of good homes from the South to the local area. This is a cause that has really touched home for them.
Tyler would be happy to assist you with all your buying and selling needs. His experience and knowledge of farming and hunting makes him the right one to guide you through your transaction. He understands that land is more than just dirt, it is a livelihood and a legacy.