Willis Troyer
 

Willis Troyer lives and works on a farm that his father purchased in 1964. His parents operated a dairy and ran a bakery situated in a little barn along the road. They finally abandoned the dairy after realizing that “the little barn made more money than the big barn.” His shop originally served as a chicken house and later housed pigs and cattle. Willis concludes, “the smell of this building today far surpasses the rest.” Pictured here with two of his five children, Willis builds nearly all of our huntboards and never complains about sawdust.