I grew up in Wisconsin, which is cheese curd country. You can find them everywhere there, and they are squeaky fresh with a wonderful salty flavor. When I was a kid, we had a creamery in our small town and you could buy them so fresh they were still warm.
But even just across the border in Minnesota, good cheese curds are hard to come by. Most people don't understand the concept, and think that cheese curds must be breaded and deep fried. In Wisconsin, that was what we did with OLD cheese curds. The ones found in the local grocery stores here in Minnesota are positively atrocious. They're not fresh and have a mealy texture. The only place I've found fresh ones here is in one place: Rybicki Cheese at Mall of America. They ship them in fresh daily.
Going even further from Wisconsin, cheese curds are virtually impossible to find. I don't get that at all, because they freeze extremely well. Once thawed, they will have the same qualities as fresh cheese curds. I'm really surprised there isn't a market for frozen ones.
So to answer your question, I would make friends with someone in Wisconsin and have them ship frozen cheese curds to you.