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Connect with the new Driftless Wisconsin Wine & Cheese Trail at the Westby Cooperative Creamery Cheese & Gift Store.

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Driftless Wisconsin Wine & Cheese Trail at the Westby Cooperative Creamery Cheese & Gift Store

Please also visit the Wisconsin Agriculturist magazine website for an exclusive story on this unique new Sip and Savor travel trail.

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Farmer-Owned for over 115 Years




Please visit often for the latest news, new product announcements, and information on events surrounding the more than 200 local family dairy farms that own this business. As a farmer-owned cooperative, and producer of cultured dairy food products and hard cheeses for over 115 years, Westby Cooperative Creamery has a unique perspective on the dairy industry; from farm-to-fridge and everything in between.


The dairy business is a daily business. Cow care is 24/7/365, with cows being fed and milked at least twice a day, every day of the year. That's how everything starts at Westby Cooperative Creamery, with fresh milk delivered daily by our member-owners to produce the highest quality and best tasting dairy food products.


Westby Cooperative Creamery is unique in many ways, with one distinction being the milk that our patron-members produce. All of our members produce r-BST-free milk*, some of which is also certified-organic milk. From these two milk sources our creamery has the flexibility and creativity to produce dairy food products that meet the needs of a diverse and changing food industry marketplace. (*No significant difference has been shown between milk from rBST/rBGH treated or non rBST/rBGH treated cows.)


When you take home Westby brand products from your local grocery store, or trust us to manufacture your private label brand products, or purchase our products as ingredients in the foods you manufacture, or specify Westby brand products for your school cafeteria, hospital or restaurant menu, you will - Take home country goodness!


Thank you for supporting and strengthening the Local Family Dairy Farms of Westby Cooperative Creamery.


Westby Cooperative Creamery Video Tour

Take a video tour inside our Creamery manufacturing plant and Distribution Center. Meet some of our family dairy farm member-owners and employees that bring you "Country Goodness" from one of the oldest dairy cooperatives in Wisconsin and the USA.



Wisconsin Dairy
Westby Cooperative Creamery is a participating organization in
Farmers Assuring Responsible Management - F.A.R.M.
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• Party Trays
• Gift Boxes
• Cheeses, Meats
• Candies, and More

Available Online and at our Creamery Store in downtown Westby.


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Open Every Day, 7 Days a Week

401 South Main Street Westby, WI 54667
Phone: 608-634-3183




The Cottage Cheese Capital of Wisconsin
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Westby Cooperative Creamery is a SQF Quality Certified Supplier meeting the requirements of the SQF Code, Edition 8.0, SQF Food Safety Code for Manufacturing of specified Food Sector Categories and Products. SQF Certification Number 108139 and certified by SGS Systems & Services.

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Westby Cooperative Creamery Expands New Organic Brand with Addition of Butter.

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Westby Brand French Onion Dip Takes First Place at 2018 Wisconsin State Fair.

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Westby Cooperative Creamery Wins Top Award Medal at 2018 World Championship Cheese Contest.

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2018 Annual Meeting: Westby Cooperative Creamery begins 115th year after another year of sales growth. Governor issues commendation to member-owners and proclaims City of Westby as The Cottage Cheese Capital of Wisconsin.

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Westby Cooperative Creamery Launches New Westby Organic Brand

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Westby Cooperative Creamery Receives Certificate of Appreciation from Wisconsin Governor

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Westby in unique collaboration to create the Sip & Savor Driftless Wisconsin Wine and Cheese Trail.

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Westby Cooperative Creamery takes home 1st Place Awards from 2017 U.S. Championship Cheese Contest.

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Westby Cooperative Creamery adds to 1st Place Awards at 2016 World Dairy Expo Championship Dairy Products Contest

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1st Place Awards to Westby Cooperative Creamery at 2015 United States Championship Cheese Contest

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Westby Cooperative Creamery featured with two stories in September 2013 issue of Dairy Foods magazine

The first story, "Goodness -- It's Westby," covers the history of our cooperative and recent record-setting business growth. Click here to read the article.

The second story, "Grade A all the way: agile, able, awards," takes a look inside our Creamery production facility. Click here to read the article.

Country Store Dairy Foods magazine, in printed and online editions, is the leading publication of the dairy foods processing industry with circulation to over twenty-thousand readers across North America and internationally. We thank Dairy Foods magazine for helping to tell our 115 year old story. It's a good one!


Westby Cooperative Creamery Board of Directors
Westby Creamery Board of Directors

For fiscal year-2018, the seven-member Board of Directors of Westby Cooperative Creamery includes (above, left to right): Thomas Schaub, Keith Rach, Robert Anderson, Ralph Petersheim, Ryan Dunnum, Art Thicke, and Chuck Fremstad.