The Dodge County Dairy Testing Association is non-profit milk testing lab located in Juneau, Wisconsin. We test milk in our lab for butterfat, protein and somatic cell (SCC), record the production of each of animals tested and have the results processed for the dairymen. Our goal is to provide its members with a quality product at competitive prices while maintaining an economically competitive business.
From large commercial dairies to traditional stanchion barns and even dairy goats, we have the tools to meet the needs of today's dairymen. We serve Dodge and surrounding counties.
If you have any questions about the Dodge County Dairy Testing Association, please feel free to call us anytime at our lab/office at (920)386-2637or go to the Contact Us page of this website.
Our new Johne's testing facility is complete and we are now accepting samples for the Milk ELSIA testing. If you have any questions about Johne's testing please contact us.
Wisconsin Dairy Statistics
There are 12,378 licensed dairy herds in Wisconsin
There are 1,265,000 dairy cows in Wisconsin
The average number of cows on a farm is 102
2.2 billion pounds of milk is produced monthly
The average of 1,740 pounds or 202 gallons of milk are produced monthly per cow
The average daily milk per cow is 56 pounds or 6.5 gallons
Source: Wisconsin Agricultural Statistics Service 2/1/2011
The Dodge County Dairy Testing Association is a non-profit cooperative
and is governed by a Board of Directors and also meets with the
UW-Extension Dairy Agent.
The association was incorporated
on August 1st, 1941. It was originally located out of the Dodge County
Courthouse. Prior to the central testing lab in 1941, there were 8 cow testing associations in Dodge County. All together they had about 200 members with less than 4000 cows. When the new association was established, about 400 members signed up and seven out of eight associations joined the new association. On October 24th, 1966 the lab was moved to its present location on Fairfield Ave.
Currently, the association has over 260 members and test on average 45,000 milk samples every month. We also have a great working relationship with Columbia County and South Central DHIA Associations and test their milk samples also.. In 2009, the association put in a new line of FOSS equipment and a dishwasher to keep the lab current and replace the aging equipment that was still being used. In 2013, the association add the Milk ELISA testing for Johne's.