Here you will find all the information and backstory and current story about our store.
New Hours! Effective Monday, November 2nd, 2015
10am – 6pm Monday thru Friday
9am – 4pm on Saturdays.
Closed Sundays. Even though we could make buckets of money. Because we know people want to shop after church. But we all have families. So shop on Saturday when we are open all day!!!
275 N. Division St., Woodhull, Illinois 61490
309.334.3663 store 408.507.6476 stephanie 563.320.6633 roxi
Love is knowing the people who are making your food. And we want you to know the families who work at what they do best. When you shop at The Butter Churn, you are supporting the families who actually make your food. Who care. (And hey – if you are a local food person […]
Welcome to our beautiful kitchen – we’re excited to share it with you! Commercial Retail Kitchen Rental – $20/hr, 2 hour minimum So you make something amazing and want to sell it either at The Butter Churn OR somewhere else…. Great! You can rent our kitchen, make your items, and easily go & sell your […]
Feed Your Family. Create Community. A local grocery dedicated to Community and real food. With one focus on products that support local growers, farmers, and artisans; and the other focus on Community. Decorated in a warm, welcoming atmosphere, shoppers will be able to find seasonal, locally grown produce, raised and locally butchered meat, as well […]
So… You live in California. Are you moving to Illinois? Well. The quick answer is No. The way I like to look at this situation though – is that there will be more jobs created in Woodhull because I can’t live there full time. So. Yay! The long answer (because I know you will expire […]
Across the country and unbeknownst to each other, two women were dreaming a similar dream. A dream of a small, local market that would sell fresh foods, meat, and produce to their community. For one of the women it was a dream that involved her childhood hometown, and her deep family roots. For the other […]
So. People often ask me where I am from. It’s a common question and I have a stock answer: Illinois. Not Chicago. And then I smile and add that I grew up in a town of about 800 people. Rural. Really Rural. Usually there is silence after that. And then the questioning look. Really? Yes. […]