Greg Hartzler Family Farm
Greg Hartzler, the youngest of Harold Hartzler's eight children, along with his wife Jill, are 4th generation farmers. Together with their two sons, Eli and Korie, they farm 320 acres nestled in the heart of Wayne County, Ohio. The very same farm that Greg's father and grandfathers before him, lived and farmed.
The Hartzler's are currently milking 100 Holstein cows and raising another 100 replacement heifers. The family raises alfalfa and clover hay, barley and corn to feed their herd. They also use natural grazing methods.
The couples daughter, Sondra and Son in law Luke Nussbaum, have their own beef farm. In their free time, the family enjoys spending time together boating, jet and water skiing, and just being together.
Featured Health Professional
Dr. Tim Weeks, Whole Body Health
Hartzler’s products have so many health benefits, many health professionals recommend our products.
“Many years ago Harold Hartzler looked down at his soil and saw that all the earthworms were gone. The chemical fertilizer was making his grass grow but killing the life in the soil. He was aware enough to recognize the truth a long time ago. He began to let his soil heal and allow the cows to pasture. Now the Hartzlers offer whole milk that is rich in all the cholesterol, fat soluble vitamins and trace minerals our bodies need.” -Dr. Tim Weeks - Whole Body Health
Available in over 200 locations in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania.
Why We Give Back
The Hartzler Family as a whole devotes time and resources to their individual churches and local charities. They believe that the biblical command to help care for others is not just a duty but an honor.
Their passion for local, sustainable agriculture and small family farms has encouraged them to partner with many other local, agriculture partners. They are thankful for the ability to share their time and talents.