Like the blades of a windmill, Ebert Enterprises is fueled by generations farming in Algoma, Wisconsin. The fifth, sixth and seventh generations of the Eberts are involved on the dairy farm. Sixth generation farmers, Randy and Renee Ebert, have instilled a family-first approach of teamwork and simplicity to their children, Jordan and Whitney; valued employees and community relations.

Ebert’s promise is to responsibly care for the land, animals and each other every day powered by reliability. Randy and Renee began developing their own herd of dairy cows in 1997. Value-added beef are also raised at Ebert Enterprises. While nurturing the land, they grow corn, alfalfa, sorghum, triticale and small grains. 

The circle of life is symbolized with integrity at Ebert Enterprises. They are passionately devoted to connecting the farm-to-fork concept, providing customer assurance with locally sourced food. On March 30, 2020, the Ebert family announced a new business venture through the purchase of Salmon’s Meat Products, known for their smoked meat products. 

Hard-working, valued employees at Ebert Enterprises set out every day to do their best, no matter if anyone is watching. The high-energy team proves that it takes a family of employees to keep operations in motion. The Ebert family places high regard in a trusted environment, providing a quality product for their community. 

Randy and Renee are proud of their children; Jordan, Whitney and Britney for representing the family values. Britney, a loved guardian angel, fulfilled her life purpose teaching others to make every moment matter. 

The Ebert family enjoys volunteering and giving back to their communities. Renee is known as the “cow lady” sharing the story of agriculture to elementary classrooms through the Kewaunee County Dairy Promotion Committee. She also serves as a board member on the Algoma Chamber of Commerce. Eberts support their community and special interests through the Algoma and Luxemburg Chambers of Commerce, Ag Heritage and St. Paul’s Church of Algoma. Randy and Renee were honored as the Kewaunee Rotary Club 2018 Persons of the Year.

Kewaunee County hosted the 2017 Wisconsin Farm Technology Days at Ebert Enterprises that showcased the rich heritage and economic value of agriculture in Kewaunee County. Eberts are members of the Dairy Farmers of America (DFA), Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin (DFW), Farm Bureau, Peninsula Pride and the Kewaunee County Futurity. 

When guests arrive at Ebert Enterprises they are warmly welcomed with respect. The Ebert family and valued employees are grateful for the opportunity to provide nutritious options to consumers. As the windmill goes around, so does a quality product in the farm-to-fork process at Ebert Enterprises.

Randy’s parents Henry and Carol Ebert (5th Generation) pose for a fun photo in the summer heat.

The Ebert family enjoys exhibiting dairy cattle at the county, state and national levels.

Family photo taken while preparing for the 2017 Farm Technology Days (left to right: Jordan, Renee, Randy, Whitney and missing Britney)

Like the blades of a windmill, Ebert Enterprises is fueled by generations farming in Algoma, Wisconsin. The fifth, sixth and seventh generations of the Eberts are involved on the dairy farm. Sixth generation farmers, Randy and Renee Ebert, have instilled a family-first approach of teamwork and simplicity to their children, Jordan and Whitney; valued employees and community relations.

Randy’s parents Henry and Carol Ebert (5th Generation) pose for a fun photo in the summer heat.

Ebert’s promise is to responsibly care for the land, animals and each other every day powered by reliability. Randy and Renee began developing their own herd of dairy cows in 1997. Value-added beef are also raised at Ebert Enterprises. While nurturing the land, they grow corn, alfalfa, sorghum, triticale and small grains.  

The Ebert family enjoys exhibiting dairy cattle at the county, state and national levels.

The circle of life is symbolized with integrity at Ebert Enterprises. They are passionately devoted to connecting the farm-to-fork concept, providing customer assurance with locally sourced food. On March 30, 2020, the Ebert family announced a new business venture through the purchase of Salmon’s Meat Products, known for their smoked meat products.

Hard-working, valued employees at Ebert Enterprises set out every day to do their best, no matter if anyone is watching. The high-energy team proves that it takes a family of employees to keep operations in motion. The Ebert family places high regard in a trusted environment, providing a quality product for their community.

Randy and Renee are proud of their children; Jordan, Whitney and Britney for representing the family values. Britney, a loved guardian angel, fulfilled her life purpose teaching others to make every moment matter.  

Family photo taken while preparing for the 2017 Farm Technology Days (left to right: Jordan, Renee, Randy, Whitney and missing Britney)

The Ebert family enjoys volunteering and giving back to their communities. Renee is known as the “cow lady” sharing the story of agriculture to elementary classrooms through the Kewaunee County Dairy Promotion Committee. She also serves as a board member on the Algoma Chamber of Commerce. Eberts support their community and special interests through the Algoma and Luxemburg Chambers of Commerce, Ag Heritage and St. Paul’s Church of Algoma. Randy and Renee were honored as the Kewaunee Rotary Club 2018 Persons of the Year.

Kewaunee County hosted the 2017 Wisconsin Farm Technology Days at Ebert Enterprises that showcased the rich heritage and economic value of agriculture in Kewaunee County. Eberts are members of the Dairy Farmers of America (DFA), Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin (DFW), Farm Bureau, Peninsula Pride and the Kewaunee County Futurity.  

When guests arrive at Ebert Enterprises they are warmly welcomed with respect. The Ebert family and valued employees are grateful for the opportunity to provide nutritious options to consumers. As the windmill goes around, so does a quality product in the farm-to-fork process at Ebert Enterprises.