Casey Dugan is the owner of Desperado Dairy in Casa Grande, AZ. He is a third generation Dairy farmer, his family moved from Wisconsin to Chandler in the 1960’s cementing their roots in Arizona. Having been raised on the farm and learning at a very young age the ins and outs of dairy farming, it became a natural fit for him to now to be running his own 1,000 cow dairy that is milked three times a day. Having graduated from Casa Grande Union High School, Casey stays a proud supporter of their Future Farmers of America program (FFA) and the county fair.
He has graduated from Northern Arizona University with a bachelor’s degree in Business. Casey is currently a delegate for Genex, and has held that position since 2014. He also holds a board position with D.H.I.A (Dairy Heard Improvement Association) since 2016. He is also co-owner to Dugan Brothers LLC., which harvests corn, alfalfa, and sorghum for other Pinal County farmers. Casey is a partner in Dugan Feeds LLC. Which distributes feed rations to local dairy farms. He continues his passion for livestock as he raises cross-breed steers at his home.