Wisconsin: Discovering Dairyland

Wisconsin produces more cheese than any other state, offering travelers a panoply of delicious destinations

Wisconsin: Discovering Dairyland
Father-and-son team Joey and Joe Widmer of Widmer's (David Nevala)
Sep 30, 2019

Wisconsin, America’s Dairyland, leads the nation in cheese production, from flavor-packed spreads and curds to specialty treats at the pinnacle of quality.

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