Nasonville Dairy, Inc. Career Opportunities

Company:
Nasonville Dairy, Inc.
Company Website(link opens in new window)
Location(s):
10898 Hwy 10 West
Marshfield,  WI
54449
Map Location(link opens in new window)
Phone:
(715) 676-2177
Fax:
(715) 676-3636
Industry:
Manufacturing / R&D (non-computer)
Size:
50-99

Company Overview

Nasonville Dairy has been a family run operation in Central Wisconsin for more than 40 years, with all 3 generations of the Heiman families working together to accomplish the plant's number one goal "...to supply our customers with the finest quality cheeses and gifts at an economical price." We're fortunate to be located in Central Wisconsin, in the heart of the Dairyland, where we are supplied with milk of some of the highest standards in the country. It is with that beginning and the pride and dedication of our family and employees that we feel we can truly accomplish our goal - supplying you, our customers, with finest quality cheeses and gifts at an economical price.

Nasonville Dairy is currently managed by the Heiman brothers Ken, Kim, and Kelvin, and their parents Arnie and Rena. Although the Heimans did not officially purchase the factory until 1985, Arnie had been managing the plant since April of 1966 when he settled in Marshfield with his family. Arnie has been a cheesemaker since the age of 18 and his three sons attended night school to receive their Cheesemaking Licenses as well as Cheese Grading Certificates.

The plant has seen tremendous growth over the years as evidenced by the milk intake. When taken over in 1985, the plant took in 74,000 pounds of milk per day. This number jumped to over 450,000 pounds daily in 1999. Six years later, in 2005, the number nearly doubled to reach 850,000 pounds per day. Though the growth has been outstanding, the ultimate goal of Nasonville Dairy has always been and will continue to be, "to maintain the family tradition of quality and great customer service." The Heiman families firmly believe in respect for their customers because without them, the business would not continue to prosper as it has.