Siemers Holsteins is located in northeastern Wisconsin on beautiful Lake Michigan between Milwaukee and Green Bay. They are currently a 4th, 5th, and 6th generation family farm with many family members contributing to the dairy.
At Siemers Holsteins the goal is to make “GENETICS FOR COW PEOPLE.” Whether it’s type or genomic, the goal is to produce a balanced product. For them, a balanced product consists of a solid sire stack, solid family production, and solid marketable genomic numbers. They believe that building a balanced cow will create problem free cattle that will pay dairyman dividends for years to come.
Website & Latest News
Congratulations Janina Siemers on being named Dairywoman of the year! The Siemers website has also been updated with their National Convention Consignments and new genomic information.