Grandpa Arthur always had a big heart. Naturally, this carried over into his business. From his famous giveaways to lived lessons on forgiveness, he left a legacy that remains integral to the Muenster Milling foundation. Continue reading “On Generosity and Compassion: Grandpa Arthur’s Legacy”
Marilyn Monroe wasn’t the only woman who could make a burlap sack look sexy.
Though her Idaho potato dress was more publicity than necessity, some women of the 1930s-era depression were forced to make lemonade out of lemons. Or, more specifically, dresses out of feed sacks. Continue reading “Feed Sack Fashions of 1930’s Muenster Women”
Muenster has played a significant role in the lives of fourth generation brothers Mitch and Chad. Though they were both practically born and raised in Muenster, Texas, each tried their hand at vastly different occupations before committing to the family business.
When Arthur’s son Ronnie was born, no one could predict how drastically he’d shift the course of the Muenster brand. By the time his 40-year reign was complete, the company would make a vast departure from the small dairy feed operation it was built as.
However, he didn’t do it alone. With his wife, Sharon, by his side, Ronnie built the Muenster brand into what it is today.
We at Muenster Milling have served our customers for 83 years now. The way we do that in the present day speaks for itself – we provide them high quality, trustworthy, locally sourced pet foods in stores and online. That’s the present day though. In today’s blog we’re going to take it back to the 1930s to see how Muenster Milling began, and how a farmer built a business out of nothing.
Continue reading “Our Founding Father”