Worzella & Sons, Inc. is a 4,200+ acre potato and vegetable farm located in the heart of Wisconsin’s central sands. Farming has been a family business for more than 60 years.
The patriarch of the family, Clarence Worzella, was raised on a 340-acre dairy farm, which had only 20 acres of potatoes. As a young man, Clarence grew crops and sold vegetables door-to-door on his truck route. In 1953, Clarence bought a 40-acre parcel near Plover, Wisconsin and started growing potatoes under irrigation. Year after year, generation after generation, Worzella & Sons started adding acres and growing experience.
The 60-plus years of experience combined with modern farming techniques allow Worzella to grow wholesome, high-quality vegetables, like peas, green beans, sweet and field corn, soybeans and rye, all while protecting the earth by further enriching the soil of their 4,250-acre farm.
When they’re not growing, farming, tilling and measuring, and re-measuring all the goodness in the soil, the family likes to travel, play a few rounds of golf, and of course, hunt and fish; the farm to table spirit follows them in all aspects of their lives.