Sennerei Huban was founded in 1901 as a coop and the first cheese school in Austria. The dairy functions as a 34 member coop, with average herd size of about 15 Brown Swiss cows. All farms are located within 5 k of the coop and fed on pasture or hay year round.
The dairy was rebuilt in 2009 and modernized. In 2011 they bought a new press, which allowed them to focus on Hubaner production.
The dairy processes about 800 k cheese per day. They make mostly Emmentaler and a number of other cheeses, but exclusively produce Hubaner, a regional style of Bunder Bergkase. The head cheesemaker, Hans Kempf, has been there for 14 years.