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Join Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin

As a non-profit fully funded by dairy farmers, our mission is to help Wisconsin’s dairy farm families succeed. How? By building demand for Wisconsin products made with Wisconsin milk.

We work, live and dream in dairy! 

For us, an ideal team member is passionate about what they do and ready to challenge the status quo. We pride ourselves on staying collaborative and open-minded, always putting our farmers and our staff first. We also have an on-site chocolate milk dispenser! Sound like a work environment you'd be excited to join? Check out our current career opportunities below.

Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin (DFW) is an Equal Opportunity Employer: DFW is committed to providing all employees with a work environment free of harassment or discrimination. All job offers, wages, and promotions are based on an individual's qualifications alone, without regard to race, gender identity, disabilities, sexual orientation, religion or beliefs, and family or parental status. DFW also encourages veterans and applicants of all ages to apply.

Please no agencies or recruiters.

What Do Your Future Coworkers Have to Say?

Regional Marketing Director

Shelley M.

“I LOVE cheese people. People who make cheese. People who sell cheese. People who are passionately knowledgeable and enthusiastic about cheese. Working at DFW has allowed me to find my tribe.”

Warehouse & Facilities Manager

Chris F.

"I have worked at DFW for many years with different leadership and staff members. It is the people that gather to work for this organization’s core mission, that of promoting the best dairy products in the world, that make it a great place to work. A day does not go by where I don’t have an opportunity to learn or do something just a little bit differently than the day before."

Director of Farmer Communications & Programs

Brenda M.

“I was raised on a dairy farm, still raise heifers on my own farm and I can’t think of a better group of people to work for than the Wisconsin dairy farmer. I believe they need to know how their promotional dollars are used to grow demand and change perceptions. This job is hard work but our dairy farmers deserve it. After all, it all begins on the farm.”