U.S. Senator Joni Ernst, ranking member of the Senate Tiny Enterprise Committee, announced her Tiny Enterprise of the Week, Allamakee County’s VV Homestead Dairy. Through this Congress, Ernst plans to recognize a little company in every single of Iowa’s 99 counties. She is excited to recognize VV Homestead Dairy for their commitment to bringing organic, award-winning and locally made dairy items to Allamakee County and Northeast Iowa. The Weighner and Valleser households, two Iowa farm households spanning 3 generations, effectively constructed VV Homestead Dairy to advantage their neighborhood and showcase the greatest of Iowa agriculture.

VV Homestead Dairy, also recognized as the Cheese Curd Capital of Iowa, was founded in 2011 by the Weighner and Valleser households. They joined forces to supply organic dairy items to their neighborhood. Their dairy farms and creameries make a assortment of fresh foods, such as non-homogenized milk, more than 30 flavors of ice cream, butter, little fresh cheese, block cheese and their well-known cheese curds. These items can be discovered in their retail retailer. In addition, guests have the chance to tour the farm and creamery, witnessing the procedure of making these scrumptious items. The aim of the households is to bridge the gap amongst agriculture and shoppers. In addition, the group at VV Homestead Dairy offers back to the Waukon neighborhood by organizing public events and coordinating fundraisers to assistance neighborhood schools.

Keep tuned for far more announcements from Ranking Member Ernst as it continues to recognize Iowa little companies across the state with its Tiny Enterprise of the Week award.

By Editor

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