Everyone is welcome to learn about this organic dairy and chicken farm!
Wehling Farms is now made up 3 different entities…A Country Store, a Tractor Mechanic’s Shop and a 70 Cow Organic Dairy & Organic/Free-range Chicken Farm. We welcome people to come to our beautiful farm and enjoy an experience with our animals and leave with a better understanding of the importance of knowing where and who you get your food from. This world has many questions about food and how food is marketed. Please let this website and our personal connection with you help you provide some clarity from a farmers prospective that is NOT paid by big named companies but by the tractors we fix, our products we sell out of the store and the organic milk we sell to the Westby Co-op Creamery.
People have been following “Farmer Danika” or "Farmer Danika Wehling" on social media for years and now it’s time to meet us in person! Please make a trip out this year to the Driftless Region of Vernon County…made up of the largest cluster of organic farms and the largest Amish Community in WI, Class A Trout Streams, Wineries, Norwegian History & Shops, a Ski Jump & Golf Course a mile away and numerous towns with organic sustainable culture & businesses with the backbone of creameries like Nordic Creamery, Old Country Cheese, Pasture Pride Cheese, Organic Valley and our farmer-owned Westby Co-op Creamery in Westby!
Recently Named 2018 Vernon County Farmer of the Year!
What's New Danika?? We just signed up to be a Norwex Sales Consultant so we can sell smart and clean technology cleaning products in our store and online. Anybody can order at anytime by going to http://danikawehling.norwex.biz . Items can be found under the pull down menu under "shop". All items can be directly shipped from the company right to you! Very excited to try out more products in the near future! Kathy Anderson from the Westby Times has requested an interview for her June article focused on how I got where I am today. My crazy life story...lol This last month Vernon Communications of Westby put me and my cows on a big billboard! I'm sure it still there and more-in-likely for a long time. A big promotion of local businesses that use their services.