Blue Star Dairy Farms Is Your Host

Blue Star Dairy Farms will host this year’s Breakfast on the Farm on June 8.

For 45 years, Dane County Breakfast on the Farm organizers have selected a local farm to welcome thousands of visitors for a hearty meal. Guests also learn where their food comes from.

Blue Star Dairy Farms has been family-owned and operated for several generations. It started with the first generation of the Meinholz family in 1946. Currently, the farm is a family partnership between two third-generation brothers, Craig and Brian Meinholz, and a long-time employee, Jim Hahn.

Blue Star Dairy Farms has two locations, one in DeForest and one in Arlington. It milks a total of 2,100 cows. The DeForest farm will host Breakfast on the Farm. On the property, the family milks 900 cows and raises young stock.

In addition to a meal on the farm, attendees can enjoy live entertainment and enjoy samplings of local dairy products.

“We are excited to have the Meinholz family host this year’s Breakfast on the Farm,” shares Jenna Langrehr, Breakfast on the Farm Committee Member. “Whether you’re 5 or 85, there will be something for everyone!”

You can buy tickets for this year’s Breakfast on the Farm at the farm on the day of the event. Ticket prices for those 12 and over are $10/person, those aged 3-11 years are $5/person and those under 2 years old are free. The price of tickets includes parking, breakfast, and all entertainment and activities.

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