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WCO - Wisconsin Custom Operators
Representing custom farming in Wisconsin and beyond
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D & J Manthe Forage Service LLC // DeForest, Wis.
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Blasel Custom Fieldwork // Dorchester, Wis.
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United Ag Enterprises, LLC // Seymour, Wis.
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Four Star Ag, LLC // ​Neillsville, Wis.
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Arneson Custom Farming // Barneveld, Wis.
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Halopka Field Services // Dorchester, Wis.

Who We Are

The Wisconsin Custom Operators is an organization comprised of individuals throughout the state who derive their income in whole or part from providing custom farming services. These services include: forage harvesting (alfalfa and corn silage), forage bagging, baling, tillage, planting, combining, trucking, manure handling, spraying, among other services.

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News & Events

WCO Safety Certification and QPR Training
Posted On: January 15, 2021
WCO will host our Safety Certification Training in a virtual format, Thursday, March 18 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Please pre-register.
WCO Annual Meeting - Jan. 27 in virtual format
Posted On: November 03, 2020
WCO will host our annual business meeting in a virtual format, Wednesday, Jan. 27 from 9-10 a.m. Please pre-register.
Read the fall issue of the Custom News
Posted On: November 03, 2020
The fall issue of the Custom News is here!

In this issue:
  • Feature: Professionalism, consistency focus of Argentinean custom farming business 
  • No in-person Symposium
  • Feature: Taking extra care
  • WCO Crew of the Year
Professionalism, consistency focus of Argentinean farm business
Posted On: November 03, 2020
Patricio Aguirre Saravia of Buenos Aires, Argentina has built his custom farming business from the ground up using professionalism, hard work and consistency. His open mind and attitude of gaining knowledge to do better for his customers continues to serve him well.

“One of the most important lessons I’ve learned is that you have to work to be the best, but you don’t have to be arrogant,” Saravia said. “You must learn every day.”
Take care of physical and mental health
Posted On: November 03, 2020
As much as we want our work to be “business as usual” these days, it’s not. Farmers and custom farmers are essential workers, which means that that for most of us, the workload hasn’t diminished during quarantine. In some cases, it may have increased as you implemented additional safety measures.

Like virtually everyone, I’ve had neighbors, friends, service providers and extended family contract the virus. If you haven’t already, it’s time to take additional care – for you and the safety of your employees.


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