Westphalia Trading Co., LLC

Our Animals

Feed the goats with our crank machine, pet the donkeys - Sarah and Dixie, watch the bunnies play, turkeys, pigs, miniature horse and pony, and  listen to our ducks quack.  See our chickens be chicken-like. Read more

Chicken Coops

Our Coops provide mobility, as well as protection from both predators and the elements. They make feeding and watering less of a chore and have an outside easy-access egg collection door. They are wired for electricity. Read more

Our Store & Plants

Gifts & unique items

Missouri-made products

Art & Kay's Flea Market


Spring bedding plants & hanging basket and mums in the fall.

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Our petting zoo and gift shop/antique store has closed until spring of 2017. However, we are taking appointments for field trips in the spring. Contact us at 573-680-0426 to schedule a date in 2017 for your class outing!

We also are still building chicken coops!

Check out Our Coops to learn more! 

Contact us at 573-680-0426 to order your chicken coop today!

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2LT Zachary Boeckmann, our son, and the original employee of WTC, graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in May, 2016, and is stationed at Ft. Benning, GA.

Erin Boeckmann, our daughter, and the "assistant to the regional manager" of WTC. Erin is currently a student at the University of Central Missouri - Warrensburg.

Julie Boeckmann, Bryan's wife of many, many years. Julie attempts to keep Bryan in line and helps out as much as she can at WTC when she's not working at the Missouri Dept. of Education.

Bryan Boeckmann, head builder, creator and entrepreneur. Bryan is a full-time professional fire fighter for the City of Jefferson, and Westphalia Trading Company is his "hobby that got out of control."

Our Family

The Pearl of Osage County


Located on the hills above the Maries River, Westphalia is full of beautiful scenery, wonderful people and historic buildings. Visit St. Joseph's Church, which is on the National Historic Register, or stop in the Westphalia Historical Society Museum next door. Eat at one of our restaurants, Westphalia Inn, Towne Club or the Westphalia Pizza Company. Go for a hike in the nearby Painted Rock Conservation Area, or visit Bruns Access on the Maries. Make a weekend of it and stay at Trudy's Bed and Breakfast or Huber's Ferry.  It's worth the drive!  (Get directions)