Enjoy A Breakfast On The Farm

Local dairy breakfasts and events have been a summertime centerpiece of Wisconsin since the first June Dairy Month in 1937.

They are a great way for the whole family to support Wisconsin dairy while celebrating the farms and the dedicated families that keep them running.

Enjoy a delicious, wholesome breakfast with family and friends at an event
near you: https://wisconsindairy.org/june-dairy-month/Dairy-Breakfasts

Missed Breakfast? Enjoy A June Dairy Brunch!

Columbia County is hosting its Moo-Day Brunch on June 15 at Fifth Generation Homestead. This lets you sleep in a little longer before enjoying Wisconsin dairy products. The brunch is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Columbia County Dairy Promotion Committee Member Sydney Flick says Fifth Generation Homestead in Lodi recently changed its name when the next generation took over. This is this generation’s first time hosting a dairy breakfast.

June Dairy Month features some of the cheapest meals you’ll ever find. Moo-Day brunch costs $9 for adults; $5 for kids 4-10 years old; and 3 years and younger are free. You can get $1 off the price with a non-perishable item for the food pantry.

The menu includes pizza, grilled cheese, yogurt, milk, ice cream, and more. Local dairy is the feature.

Activities include kid’s games, pedal pull, petting zoo, music, clogging dance, and a specialty cheese sampling. A display of antique tractors and farm equipment will be there.

Dairy Breakfast Highlights All Of Agriculture On June 30

Even if you’re procrastinating your June Dairy Month celebrations, there’s a breakfast for you. The 35th annual Waushara County June Dairy Breakfast is on the last day of June – Sunday, June 30 — at the Hancock Agricultural Research Station.

While the dairy breakfast is not at a dairy farm, it will be a great celebration of Wisconsin agriculture featuring door prizes, live music, and local food.

Bill Deppe, co-chair of the Waushara County June Dairy Breakfast Committee, says this is a chance to showcase the diversity of agriculture in the Central Sands.

“With the diversity of agriculture in Waushara County, we feel that it’s a good thing to do to go to some of the other agricultural producers in the county,” he says.

Troy Fishler, superintendent of the research station, says this is a valuable opportunity to introduce the public to the research happening on-premise.

“Research at the station focuses on developing and evaluating ways to sustainably grow vegetables in our region’s sandy, fast-draining soils and high water table,” he says. “I’m excited to show our visitors that day some of the research that’s being conducted here.”

Find more June Dairy Month events near you: https://wisconsindairy.org/june-dairy-month/Dairy-Breakfasts