Producers

Funded by Wisconsin's dairy farm families, the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board (WMMB) works to maintain and build markets for Wisconsin-produced milk and dairy products nationwide, educate consumers about the quality and nutritional importance of milk and dairy products, and showcase the vital economic contribution that dairy makes to our communities and our state.

 

 

Wisconsin Dairy News

Watch our weekly dairy news segments which appear during local news broadcasts across Wisconsin.

 

What's Happening at WMMB?

  • Spring/Summer Issue Of Grate. Pair. Share. Available

    May 06, 2015

    The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board's latest issue of Grate. Pair. Share. online magazine features original recipes for weeknight meals and entertaining, easy cheese pairing tips and more.

    Within the virtual pages of this Spring/Summer edition you’ll travel your way through Milwaukee on a taco tour. You’ll be treated to a glimpse of restaurants in and around Milwaukee that feature Wisconsin dairy products and cheese on their tempting tacos. The new issue also features Wisconsin Cheese Curds and recipe ideas to make the most of your Cheese Curd experience. Melty, flavored or squeaky, these Cheese Curd recipes are sure to delight.

    To view the new issue, visit GratePairShare.com.

  • Election Period Open for Milk Marketing Board

    May 01, 2015

    Dairy farmers in seven WMMB districts have until May 23 to vote for candidates for seven open seats in the upcoming election. The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) will accept ballots between May 2 and May 23.

    The districts and nominees are:

    • District 2- Florence, Forest, Langlade, Marinette, Oconto and Vilas counties. The nominee is Connie Seefeldt of Coleman.
    • District 5- St. Croix and Dunn counties. The nominee is Kay Zwald of Hammond.
    • District 8- Marathon County. The nominee is Steve Sternweis of Marshfield.
    • District 11- Outagamie and Winnebago counties. The nominees are Kevin Fritz of Oshkosh and Chris Vanden Elzen of Seymour.
    • District 14- Jackson, La Crosse and Trempealeau counties. The nominee is Patricia J. Kling of Taylor.
    • District 17- Calumet and Manitowoc counties. The nominee is Rosalie Geiger of Reedsville.
    • District 20- Richland and Sauk counties. The nominee is Sharon Laubscher of Wonewoc.
    • District 23-  Iowa and Lafayette counties. The nominee is Jay Stauffacher of Darlington.

    DATCP will mail ballots to eligible dairy producers. Completed ballots must be signed and sent to WI DATCP, Marketing Order Program, P.O. Box 8911, Madison, WI 53708-8911. The ballots must be postmarked on or before May 23. Unsigned ballots will not be counted.

    Elected producers will serve three-year terms beginning July 1.

  • May Wisconsin Dairy News

    Apr 23, 2015
    Seehafer Farm Creamery - Airs week of May 4th
    A new store in Marshfield is open and supplying area residents and travelers with farm fresh milk and other local products. We head to the country to visit Seehafer Farm Creamery!

    Milwaukee Vincent Ag Success - Airs week of May 11th
    After nearly three decades without an Agriculture Education program, Vincent High School in Milwaukee brought it back in 2012 and it's been a huge success. See how the program has grown and changed in just three years.

    Stuffed Cheeseburgers - Airs week of May 18th
    The cheeseburger has long been a customer favorite, and now one local restaurant is capitalizing on the cheese factor with the "Gooey Louie". We visit Willie Ty's Eatery for an extraordinary take on the ordinary cheeseburger.

    Dairy Taste Testers - Airs week of May 25th
    It takes a while for most of us to develop a keen taste palate, but a professor at UW-Madison is teaching some lucky students how to develop a palate for judging the best dairy products.
     
    Watch this week's Wisconsin Dairy News