Cady Cheese Factory is a dairy processor based in Wilson, Wisconsin. The factory was established in 1908 when Swiss immigrant Fred Bohren became the full-time cheese maker for the local dairy farmers co-operative. Since then, Cady Cheese has changed ownership and facilities many times, but its commitment to simple, quality cheese has remained the same. Today, the facility has capacity to produce more than 50,000 pounds of cheese daily.
Cady produces four types of cheese: Cheddar, Colby, Monterey Jack, and Gouda. Each American-style cheese is available in a variety of flavors, including Cajun, bacon n’ onion, cranberry chipotle, green olive, roasted garlic, horseradish, and more. Cady is most well-known for its longhorn Colby. Much of the company’s current cheese production process is computerized.