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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 // ‚ÄčNeillsville, 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 Crew of the Year Award - Due Dec. 1
Posted On: October 16, 2019
One of the biggest issues in agriculture is labor. Even with our struggles, we have excellent employees!
Save the date! 2020 Forage Symposium Feb. 17-19
Posted On: July 14, 2019
The Symposium brings together members from WCO, MFA and PNAAW along with industry, extension and research professionals from across the Midwest. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to network with fellow forage and nutrient colleagues.
Read the summer issue of the Custom News
Posted On: July 05, 2019
The July Custom News is here!

  • Collecting on past-due accounts
  • State budget updates
  • WCO news
  • Wisconsin Injury to Highway law
  • Speak at 2020 Symposium
Protect your business with written contracts
Posted On: July 05, 2019
Collecting on past due accounts can be a serious challenge in any business but especially in custom operating businesses. David Krekeler of Krekeler Strother, S.C. of Madison provided attendees at the Wisconsin Custom Operators 2019 symposium with challenges, opportunities and options when it comes to collecting on past due accounts.
Wisconsin Injury to Highway law & state budget update
Posted On: July 05, 2019
Year after year, it seems like the same spots on the same town and county roads are being patched. But new roads require funds that local governments don’t have. At the same time, the ag equipment we use has gotten larger and heavier. While many people benefit from using the local roads, some are quick to cast the blame for worsening roads on our agriculture equipment. As local roads grow worse, funds diminish, pressure  increases to make visible users of the road pay the price. 

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