Harvest 2019 has begun.
With a dry half week the guys have been busy to get some crops off. It has been a late start but we pray for good weather to keep going.
Another fun weekend up at the Klahn cabin with all of our employees and families. Lots of laughs and memories to have forever.
Come join us for the Dane County Breakfast at the farm.
Saturday, June 8th (7:00 am - 11:30 am)
4592 Highway 92
Brooklyn WI 53521
Come for breakfast and stay for the education, entertainment and family fun!
We have some full time positions openings up at Klondike Farms. Looking for Equipment Operators & Equipment Operator/ Applicator/ Agronomy Assistant. If this is something that interest you or someone you know share and apply today. To view job descriptions click on Career Opportunities
For more details email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Klondike Farms is looking for seasonal help during harvest season.
We are looking for responsible individuals with farming background to help with seasonal harvest.
Must be able to operate farm equipment
High school diploma / GED required
No serious tickets or accidents in the 5 last years
No DWI/DUI in the last 10 years
You can find the application under Klondike Farms, career opportunities and you can send your application to us via email or turn in by hand.
Spring Is Here
Spring is here and half of our employees are still busy hauling hay and straw to customers but also still filling grain contracts. The other half are busy in the fields putting the crops in the ground! So far everything has gone really well.
We are always in search of qualified people with skills related to production agriculture. Including skills relative to machinery maintenance, equipment repair, agronomy, truck driving, and field operations
We would like to congratulate
Terry Regenold & Daine Sikora
on passing there CDL testing!
Way to go guys!
We are happy to welcome
to the Klondike team. We are looking forward to working with them and having them help us out!
Half of our employees are working on hauling hay, straw and grain while the other half are busy in the shop preparing for the upcoming weeks of spring planting!