Meet Your Farmers
Thank you for visiting Wells Farms. We take great pride in the cattle that we raise for you. We believe knowing us, your farmers and where your food comes from is just as important for you, as it is for us to raise quality and wholesome beef.
Being involved in agriculture all our lives, we knew when we got married in 2008 that it wasn't a matter of IF we would have livestock, but WHEN. We purchased our first beef cow not long after we got married and continued to grow and expand our herd from there. Our story began in Jackson, Ohio, where we were living when we got married. Our family grew in addition to our herd, as we added 2 little farmer girls to the family too. In 2014, we moved to Sun Prairie, Wisconsin and soon moved our herd here with us. We launched Wells Farms Beef retail beef sales in 2017. We are happy to have you join us on this journey with us!
Meet Kenny Wells
Kenny grew up on a small hog farm in the rolling hills of Southeast, Ohio. His passion for agriculture led him to The Ohio State University where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture where he studied Animal Sciences. Kenny furthered his education at Washington State University earning a Master’s Degree in Animal Science. Kenny currently works full time off the farm in the agriculture industry.
Meet Sarah Wells
Sarah grew up in a small rural community in flatlands of Northwest Ohio. While she didn't grow up on a farm per se (her parents now also own a beef cattle farm), she was active in agriculture by helping family friends bale straw, showing cattle in 4-H and active on the Jr. Fairboard when she was young. She furthered her education at The Ohio State University where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Allied Medical Professions where she studied Health Sciences. While working as a Nursing Home Administrator, Sarah earned her Masters of Business Administration from Tiffin University. Sarah currently stays home with her 2 daughters full time while helping to manage the marketing and sales aspect of the farm business as well as serving as the development director for a local non-profit.