Our Leadership Team

Todd Tuls

Todd Tuls has been farming all of his life. When he was 10 years old he was responsible for feeding 100 calves on his family’s dairy farm near Chino, California. By the time he was 19-years-old he was managing a family dairy farm and today he owns and operates Butler County Dairy, Double Dutch Dairy and Summit Calf Ranch in Nebraska, Rock Prairie Dairy, Pinnacle Dairy and Emerald Sky Dairy in Wisconsin, and Trinity Feed Yard in Kansas where they raise steers and heifers. Todd is committed to providing healthy milk to consumers throughout the Midwest.

Todd’s also an avid off road racer and has been racing off-road motor sports for the last 10 years. He and T.J. created and are co-drivers with Milk-N-It Motorsports.

T.J. Tuls
T.J. Tuls was born into a farming family and is a fourth generation dairy farmer. T.J. grew up on his family’s dairy farm in Nebraska and today manages and operates the Rock Prairie Dairy near Janesville. He and his wife live just a few miles from the dairy. T.J. is dedicated to producing high-quality milk and being a responsible steward of the land.

T.J. shares his dad Todd’s passion for off-road racing. He’s ridden motocross bikes for much of his life and is now co-driver with Milk-N-It Motorsports.

Kurt Hill
Pinnacle Site Manager

Kurt has been working for the family-run Tuls Dairies for more than six years, first as a herdsman and breeder at Rock Prairie Dairy and now as Site Manager at Pinnacle Dairy.

Kurt first had the opportunity to learn about dairy farming after graduating from college in California. Eventually he owned a 1,200 cow dairy farm in Chino, California before moving to Wisconsin. He’s lived in Wisconsin for more than a dozen years and has raised his three children here. In fact, working with Tuls Dairies has made it possible for him to spend more time with his children. His oldest son is training to be a dairy manager and his youngest son has done summer work at Pinnacle Dairy.

When he’s not on the job, Kurt says he enjoys attending his kids’ sporting events, watching the Brewers and fishing.