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OUR FACILITY

Webber Farms is located on the AA highway in Bracken County Kentucky, near the Ohio river.  After a fire destroyed the original Webber Farms sausage plant located in Cynthiana Kentucky in 1991 a lot of changes took place. Webbers is currently distributed out of our modern facility that can be best described as “squeaky clean and ice cold”. We make sure that our products are handled at the correct temperature until its arrival to the retailer insuring that your Webber Farms product is fresh and safe.

 

According to Webster’s Dictionary there are almost 100 definitions for “Break”, but only one for Breakfast: “The first meal of the day”. Your breakfast probably varies at different times and stages of your life, you may even skip it during one of your dieting schemes. But if you are honest with yourself you know how good and productive you feel when you take time and enjoy a good breakfast. So when the opportunity arises for the most important meal of the day why chance it with anything other than Webber Farms Sausage. It is made with the very best ingredients and blended perfectly with some secret spices soley for your enjoyment and has been for over 80 years.

OUR HISTORY

William A. Webber II started Webber Farm Sausage in 1930 in Cynthiana, Kentucky. William’s son, William Webber III, better known as “Billy” became partners with his dad and together they knew how to make great tasting sausage. The Webber family took pride in their sausage and made sure it was always of the highest quality. Well, today it is owned by Kern Food Distributing, Inc. located in Brooksville, Kentucky. Edward B. Kern, president of Kern Food, takes the same kind of pride in Webber’s Sausage, as did the Webber family.

 

Edward B. Kern has continued the commitment to great taste, quality, and the satisfaction of the customer. Please contact us if you have any suggestions or comments. We love hearing from you.

No store is too big or too small...we deliver to them all! 

Odds are that if you live in Kentucky or southern Ohio you have seen our Webber Farms trucks still distributing our products to stores ranging from the huge retailers to the smaller sized mom and pop stores. To our knowledge we are about the only sausage company that still does this. It is not always cost effective to do this but it is customer effective.

 

Check out our product page to learn about our many foodservice items, available at a retailer near you!

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