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John B. Fiscalini

Managing Partner

Fiscalini Cheese Company

HQ Phone:  (209) 545-5495

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Fiscalini Cheese Company

7206 Kiernan Ave

Modesto, California,95358

United States

Company Description

We are committed to taking care of our land for future generations of our family, which is why we are a leader in sustainability. We are also a leader in food safety. We are committed to producing the best tasting, most delicious, extraordinary cheeses. At t...more

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Welcome | Ag Methane Advisors

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- John Fiscalini, Owner, Fiscalini Farms, Modesto, CA


Welcome | Ag Methane Advisors

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- John Fiscalini, Owner, Fiscalini Farms, Modesto, CA


Yosemite Farm Credit - Ag Credit Loans and Banking Services

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John Fiscalini
Chairman of the Board, John and his wife, Heather live on the Fiscalini dairy farm in northwest Modesto where they milk 1600 registered Holsteins, and farm 530 acres of forages for the dairy. John is the owner and operator of Fiscalini Cheese Company in Modesto. John is a member of the California Ag Leadership, and also a Board Member for Dairy Management Inc., and the National Dairy Board. John graduated from Oregon State University with a BS in microbiology. He was elected to the Yosemite Farm Credit, ACA Board in 2004.


California Cheese and Butter Association

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John Fiscalini / Fiscalini Cheese Company - President


Cheese by Hand » Fiscalini Cheese Company

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John Fiscalini is a straight-shooter.
This interview provided wonderful insight into what it means to be an ethical dairyman. My respect for the Fiscalinis is tremendous largely because they stand so firmly behind what they do and how they do it. If you have tasted their cheeses, you know that they hold on their own in terms of quality and listening to John talk about how he has gone about building and operating his dairy and creamery might shift your presumptions about mid-sized dairies like his. John Fiscalini Owners: John Fiscalini Fiscalini is milking 1500 Holsteins which means that the total number of animals on their land is 3000; they are using free stall barns and feeding the cows a total mixed ration (TMR) of various grains and hay rather than grazing them on grass. When we got out of the car we were not overwhelmed with flies or manure smells which is what one might expect when you are standing within 100 yards of 3000 cows. We met John who was incredibly flexible and gracious considering that I had given him the wrong dates for our visit and he had expected us to be there the previous day! He wrapped up what he was working on and gave us a tour of the dairy. When John told us that they were recycling manure for the stall beds I assumed that this was because it was a financial savings- nope. First off it was clean and there were three guys working the shift- John commented on both of these things. The cows are not fed during milking because if you feed them they have a tendency to poop making mess on the equipment and the milkers. John said you can get by with two guys on a shift but three means that they can pay closer attention to what they are doing. It is important to understand that Fiscalini is not making cheese with all the milk from 1500 Holsteins- that would mean they were a large scale producer. Fiscalini Farm represents a phenomenal partnership of years of dairying and cheesemaking knowledge- John and Mariano clearly enjoy working together and share a mutual respect. Our time at Fiscalini made it abundantly clear to me that if we are going to have confinement dairies I want all of them to be run like John Fiscalini's. In our interview with John and his wife Heather we touched on so many features of the dairy that illustrate their commitment to animal comfort, milk quality and safety, not to mention the well-being of their employees.


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