Governor Scott Walker says Wisconsin will continue to be “America’s Dairyland.” The Republican governor told Wisconsin Farm Report Radio on Tuesday there’s “no way” he would support dropping the slogan that’s been on the state’s license plates for almost 70 years. Dairy interests loudly objected to the idea — and Walker says that while Wisconsin has many different industries, agriculture and manufacturing remain the state’s “bread and butter.” In October, director Kurt Bauer of the Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce advocated that “America’s Dairyland” be dropped from the state’s car and truck plates, saying that farming no longer dominates the business climate — as evidenced by the impending arrival of the high tech Foxconn plant in Racine County. In November, Assembly Republican Scott Allen of Waukesha proposed a contest for school kids to help come up with a new slogan.