Save the Dates! Details for the Return of Breakfasts on the Farm in 2021.

2017 Breakfast on the Farm at the Voight Acres Farm

As summer plans are starting to be released, many of our favorite things are returning. We’re waiting to see updates from a couple of locations, but some Breakfasts on the Farms have announced their dates!

Breakfast on the Farm is a fun way to celebrate our Wisconsin roots and June Dairy Month.

What is Breakfast on the Farm

Wisconsin County Dairy Promotion Associations sponsors a “Breakfast on the Farm” as a dairy promotion fundraiser each year. It provides the opportunity for local visitors to experience a dairy farm and witness different facets of family farming on different types of dairy operations. Typically a different family farm hosts every year. A variety of activities during the event make it an ideal fun educational experience for families. The profits from this annual breakfast help to provide the resources to promote the dairy industry through “Addie” the Cow and to empower the Dairy Ambassador to provide FREE dairy presentations in classrooms throughout Sheboygan County.

What to Expect

  • Family-Friendly Activities – Every farm has different activities, but many include farm tours, wagon rides, face painting, and games for kids. There are also opportunities to touch tractors and farm animals! Larger events even include live music.
  • Home Cooked Breakfast – Each farm breakfast will have a unique menu but you can expect scrambled eggs, hashbrowns, cheese and of course milk! Some breakfasts even include an ice cream treat.
  • Farm & Barn Tours – Barns have changed and these events typically include a tour of the farm and sometimes demos of farm equipment and history.

Nearby Breakfast on the Farm Events

  • Manitowoc County Breakfast on the Farm
    • When: June 13, 2021, 8 am – 12 pm
    • Where: Vogel Family Farms, 8901 Hilltop Road, Reedsville
    • More Information
  • Sheboygan County Breakfast on the Farm
    • When: Saturday, June 19, 2021, 7 am – 12 pm
    • Where: Kevin & Deb Kirsch Family Farm, W3844 Primrose Lane, Elkhart Lake
    • More Information
  • Outagamie County Breakfast on the FarmWhen: Postponed until 2022
  • Brown County Breakfast on the Farm – No updates for 2021 yet
  • Winnebago County Breakfast on the Farm – No updates for 2021 yet
  • Calumet County Breakfast on the Farm – No updates for 2021 yet

2021 Breakfast on the Farm details are still being released. We will update this list regularly! Check back for additional locations and dates!

Go Valley Kids Tips

  • Purchase tickets in advance to avoid long lines! Check on event pages for more information on where to purchase tickets before.
  • Bring a stroller. Many of the activities are spread out. The stroller is also a great place to stash any handouts and freebies.
  • Pack wipes or washcloths. Portable bathrooms are available but have wipes along to help with animal hands or sticky fingers.
  • Be prepared for LOTS of people. We usually avoid events with huge crowds but still love going to these breakfasts. They are usually very well organized and prepared for the people. The parking is monitored and the activities are spread out. Pack a ball, a couple of books, crayons and/or bubbles for downtime waiting.

For more information or more about Dairy Days of Summer and Wisconsin’s Breakfast on the Farm visit: hooraywisconsindairy.com

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2 thoughts on “Save the Dates! Details for the Return of Breakfasts on the Farm in 2021.”

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    is the date for the Fond du Lac county breakfast on the farm correct (June 2?) That is a Thursday morning.

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    Manitowoc County Breakfast on the Farm is June 12th 2016
    8-12
    Strutz Farm Inc.
    7500 Irish Rd, Two Rivers
    Menu features ham and cheese omelet, sausage, cinnamon bread, cheese, yogurt, donut holes, milk and ice cream.
    Family fun and farm tours.
    Adults $7
    Children 5-10 $4 (Ages 4 and under are Free)

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