The Lahmers family has already gotten their business off the ground and moving forward in their future endeavors gettng more orders every month. They are in 57 stores for the time being, their products can be found in Cleveland, Wooster, Uhrichsville, Ashland, and many more cities throughout Ohio. The motivation behind starting the creamery would be the ability to take out the peaks and valleys of the milk prices. Even though the highs were profitable, the lows were bad. With consistent pricing the Lahmers will have a more reliable stream of income. Right now they bottle only about 10% of their own milk production, that small amount makes them more money than selling to another farm or another company to be bottled. Joel and Christy Hulse are a part of operations of the farm and bottling the milk. According to Joel Hulse, “The goal for the future would be to bottle all our own milk. Right now it’s only about 10% of our total milk we get from our cows which ends up being about 1,000 gallons a week on average”. With a broader sales territory and increased sales they have the potential to expand their production lines. As they increase sales they are also planning to expand the types of products they offer.