Kaukauna, Wis. (Nov. 12, 2012) – MilkSource Genetics’ prized cow, Blondin Redman Seisme-Red, earned the honor as Grand Champion Red & White Female and won two other first places to highlight the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair 2012 in Toronto last week, while MilkSource Genetics was named the Premier Red & […]
Kaukauna, Wis. – Milk Source LLC proudly announced that Pat Wenninger, the second person ever hired by the company, has reached the 25-year level with the company. Wenninger joined our farm in 1977 and has worked in all areas of the dairy and is presently the Operations Assistant at the […]
Grand Marsh, Wis. (August 17, 2012) – Milk Source and Clean Energy North America, LLC, (CENA) have announced they have reached an agreement that will allow CENA to build a biodigester at a Milk Source dairy in Wisconsin. “This is a partnership that will lead to even more environmentally friendly […]
MilkSource Genetics is Red & White Premier Exhibitor, Seisme wins Grand Red & White honor at WDE 2012 KAUKAUNA, Wis. (Oct. 8, 2012) – MilkSource Genetics was named the Premier Red & White Exhibitor and its prized cow, Blondin Redman Seisme-Red earned the honor as Grand Champion Red & […]
Thirteen-thousand bales of stacked straw, feed and equipment stored in a commodities shed at Rosendale Dairy was lost in a fire last week Tuesday afternoon. Yet, the largest dairy in the state didn’t miss a beat.
In most occupations, being kicked, squeezed or squashed is not part of the job description. However, these can be daily hazards for dairy workers when safety precautions are not taken and employees are not properly trained to handle animals and equipment.
KAUKAUNA, Wis. (July 20, 2012) – Milk Source, LLC . offered a scoop of vanilla ice cream to customers at Rico’s Family Restaurant if they donated a quarter to the Freedom Food Pantry during June Dairy Month.
Find the original story written by John Oncken on the Wisconsin State Farmer website. The line of cars coming from the south was long – maybe three miles long – and barely moving and the parking lot, a newly mowed hayfield, had five or six long lines of vehicles parked […]