Frequently Asked QuestionsDoes CWAS offer ride-along opportunities to students?
Yes. CWAS is dedicated to the next generation of dairy producers and dairy veterinarians. Students interested in dairy science or veterinary medicine… Read More
Frequently Asked QuestionsDoes CWAS have a requirement on what size dairy farm they will work with?
No. CWAS does provide a range of services that may, in some cases, appeal specifically to larger dairies, but we value the opportunity to work with… Read More
Frequently Asked QuestionsDoes CWAS offer emergency services?
Yes. CWAS offers emergency care 24/7, 365 days per year.
Frequently Asked QuestionsDoes CWAS utilize Zoetis's Leaders Edge program pricing?
Yes. CWAS will work with every dairy that qualifies for not only Zoetis's buying programs but all buying programs offered by the other major… Read More
Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat services does CWAS offer?
CWAS offers a wide range of services and products. Services include: Veterinary medicine and surgical services Reproductive services … Read More
Frequently Asked QuestionsDoes CWAS provide veterinary care for all animal species?
Generally No. CWAS is dedicated to the men and women of the dairy industry by caring for the the dairy cattle they own. At CWAS we believe dairy is… Read More
Frequently Asked QuestionsDoes CWAS offer drop ship for pharmaceuticals and other products?
Yes. CWAS offers drop ship for all purchases. Products are also available at our home office at: W12465 State Rd. 95 in Alma Center, WI. Items… Read More
Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat do dairy producers need to know about CWAS?
CWAS is a an ambulatory dairy service providing on-farm services for Wisconsin dairy herds. As an ambulatory service, our consultants come to you upon… Read More
Frequently Asked QuestionsHow do I contact CWAS?
Call Veterinary services: John - 715-937-5660 Retail services: Emily - 715-937-4297 Text Veterinary services: John -… Read More
CWAS believes in enhancing all employee strengths. We are advocates of autonomy and building positions around individuals who are entrepreneurial and personally motivated towards customer growth and success. Our culture takes a strong focus on work-life balance and flexibility in schedules while meeting position needs. For all positions, it is recommended that all applicants have a strong background in animal agriculture, have obtained a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, and have travel availability. Please submit a cover letter and resume with completed application.
CWAS continues to build our team of independent dairy nutritionists. Under flexible company culture, there are no geographical location restrictions. Qualifications include 5-10 years of industry experience, attention to detail, strong communication and customer relationship skills, and a natural “cow sense.” Responsibilities include ration development, herd observations, production data analysis, internal team development, and customer collaboration.
A minimum of 5,000 acres of crop land management located in Jackson and Clark Counties of Wisconsin. Oversight includes planting schedules, Nutrient Management Planning, CAFO plans, mapping, and filing coordination and development. Heavy equipment operation experience is desirable, while a Certified Crop Advisor (CCA) license is required. This career provides the opportunity for access to dairy nutritionists and consultants in the heart of Wisconsin’s dairy country to collaborate on providing the highest quality feed available for dairy cattle.
Paid summer internships are available for agriculture students with a focus in dairy education along with young and beginning farmers. Internships encompass all departments within CWAS and provide the opportunity to work within multiple areas of the dairy industry. The eight week program will provide training specific to the individual’s interests and career goals, along with a strong network in the Western Wisconsin dairy industry.
Two week externships are available for veterinary students to work with our vet department. Experiences and training include, surgery, ultrasound, herd health checks, customer consultation, and hands-on cattle work. Please contact Dr. John Borzillo for interested candidates.
Externs DO NOT need to fill out the application.Externship FAQ's