Wisconsin’s Master Cheesemaker Program Shows Quality and Commitment

With Wisconsin holding the distinction of “America’s Dairyland,” the task of becoming a licensed master cheesemaker is one of the most challenging processes in the nation’s dairy industry. However, its graduates say the hard work is worth the value added to Wisconsin cheese.

Wisconsin is Giving Away 180 Cheese Prizes to Celebrate their 180th Cheesemaking Anniversary

To celebrate their 180th anniversary of cheesemaking, the dairy farmers and artisan cheesemakers from across Wisconsin have donated their most sought-after creations. One grand prize winner will have the opportunity to custom design their own Grand Towering Cheese Wheel Cake, to be comprised of their preferred selection of enviable Wisconsin Cheeses.

Wisconsin Celebrates Its 180th Cheesemaking Anniversary This May During American Cheese Month

May is American Cheese Month, and Wisconsin, the State of Cheese®, is taking the celebration to a new level, with big plans all month long that coincide with the state’s 180th anniversary of cheesemaking. Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin is engaging consumers by highlighting Wisconsin Cheese in stores and restaurants across the country, through virtual events and on social media in a one-of-a-kind celebration that cheese lovers won’t want to miss.

Wisconsin Dairy Marketing Group Nationally Recognized For ‘Cheeselandia’ Social Media Campaign

Wisconsin’s statewide dairy marketing program has been nationally recognized for their use of social media influencers to promote Wisconsin cheese.

Americans to Eat 20 Million Pounds of Cheese for the Big Game

February 4, 2021 Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin

With more people bringing the party home this year, Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin projects that over 20 million pounds of cheese will be consumed by fans while watching the NFL’s signature event. That’d be 1.7 million wheels of cheese—enough to fill the entire playing field of Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay with a football field size cheese board, and all other NFL stadiums nationwide, without any room for the lineup of charcuterie, crackers or other snacks.