WHAT CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY
Map of Wisconsin (WI)
Wisconsin Agriculture Accounting Services
- Agreed Upon Procedures
- AgriBuilder (proprietary integrated accounting and farm management solution)
- Budgeting & Forecasting
- Business Tax Planning & Compliance
- Business Transformation
- Cash Flow Management
- Financial Statement Audits
- Outsourced Accounting
- Succession Planning
- Tax Planning & Compliance for Farm Owners
- Wealth Planning
About Wisconsin Farming
At the heart of Wisconsin’s farming community is its thriving dairy industry. Dairy farming has long been a cornerstone of the state’s agricultural sector, with Wisconsin consistently ranking among the top milk-producing states in the country. Dairy farmers take pride in their high-quality milk and cheese production, contributing to the state’s reputation for excellence in dairy products.
Beyond dairy, Wisconsin farmers cultivate a wide range of crops. Corn, soybeans, oats and wheat are major staples, while specialty crops such as cranberries, potatoes and ginseng thrive in the state’s unique growing conditions. Farmers employ modern agricultural practices, including precision farming and advanced irrigation techniques, to maximize yields and efficiency.
Wisconsin’s farming community values sustainability and stewardship of the land. Many farmers practice conservation techniques like no-till farming, cover cropping and nutrient management to minimize environmental impact and preserve soil health. They also collaborate with agricultural organizations and extension services to stay updated on best practices and the latest research.
The Wisconsin farming community extends beyond individual farms. Cooperative associations and farmer-led organizations provide a platform for collaboration, knowledge sharing and marketing opportunities. The Wisconsin Farm Bureau, Wisconsin Farmers Union and other groups offer support, advocacy and resources to farmers across the state.