Phil Hasheider

Philip Hasheider grew up on a diversified farm in Sauk County, Wisconsin where he was involved in 4-H and FFA. He has combined his interests in agriculture and history to write 24 books. He is a three-time recipient of the Book of Merit Award from the Wisconsin Historical Society and Wisconsin State Genealogical Society. He was lead writer for the Wisconsin Local Food Marketing Guide, which won the 2008 Distinguished Document Award from the Wisconsin Library Association, and the national 2010 Notable Government Documents Award from the American Library Association.

As a student of cattle pedigrees for over 40 years, he has authored 15 freelance articles for the Holstein World, including “The Skyways of W. A. Weeks” in 1984. That article was the basis for an in-depth study of Bill Weeks, the Skyway herd and the development of aAa® Animal Analysis (sometimes referred to as Triple A or Weeks® Animal Analysis outside of North America). Hasheider is also an approved aAa® Analyzer.

He and his wife, Mary, reside on a farm near Sauk City, Wisconsin.

Since 1992, Author Philip Hasheider has published 12 books under the Honey Creek Press title. He has written about a variety of subjects including agricultural history, family genealogy and rural living stories. He has written a series of 10 “How To” books on raising livestock and processing domestic and wild game.

These books are available through Voyageur Press at  Search: Philip Hasheider