MADISON (WKOW) -- For years, Ted Thuli constructed stainless steel equipment for other dairy and cheese plants. Now he's fashioning a few supplies for his own creamery.
"My wife wanted to try something a little different than what she was doing," said Thuli. "So we decided this would be a good fit for us."
Located in Darlington and distinguished by a huge shark head attached to the front façade sits Thuli Family Creamery. Although he's not making cheese yet, it's safe to bet that the shark is seeking the calcium that it'll surely get from the Swiss-Style yogurt and cream-line milk that Ted and his wife Angie produce.
"We want our products to be all natural, as close as they can be without additives, no sugar, also want to use natural process to do the production," said Thuli.
All of the products will be made on a smaller scale in a converted semi-trailer that Darlington Dairy Supply first designed.
"We like to think of it as it's not real small, just efficient. We'll probably make two to three times a week."