Westphalia Trading Co., LLC

Our Animals

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

Our Address:

1343 Hwy. 63

Loose Creek, MO 65054


(573) 680-0426



​What started out around  1998 with Bryan growing a few watermelons and flowers to sell at a local farmers market, has now grown by leaps and bounds. A number of years ago, Bryan decided he wanted to keep some chickens. But after losing the first couple flocks to predators, he decided to build a coop that would withstand whatever nature dealt out, and wasn't an eyesore. Within a week, someone wanted to buy that coop from him and so he built another...and then another...and so it goes. He's been building and perfecting his coop designs ever since. 

Since chickens are the "gateway animal, " Bryan added ducks and then goats to the mix. One day when Julie was away, he thought he could add a donkey or two to the pen without her noticing. (She did though.) Then came our store, which features many Missouri-made products, gift items, souvenirs, and Art and Kay Holterman's Flea Market. A few months later, Bryan ran into a friend in town and came home with a rabbit. That's just what he does.

Our kids, Zachary and Erin, were always a huge asset to our growing company. Though they're all grown up now, they still help out whenever they can, mostly because we promise them food and a place to sleep, but also because they're just good kids.

Be sure to visit us often!  You just never know what Bryan is going to be building next.

About Westphalia Trading Co., LLC

 (573) 680-0426

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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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