Breakfast On The Farm

Yesterday was a fun family filled morning on the Dairy Farm at Voight Acres in Shiocton, WI. Not only did we do something in light of June being Dairy Month, but we crossed one adventure off of our summer bucket list.  We were lucky that the weather cooperated and it was a beautiful morning, although quite sticky-hot.  There is nothing more enjoyable then spending quality time with my family and this certainly was a great little activity.  I’m so glad we had this on our bucket list and I encourage you all to go to a Breakfast on the Farm this summer if anywhere in your area offers them.  I know there are still a few more being held in WI this month:


🐮 Brown County at Country Aire Farm.

Sunday, June 18th / 8am-12pm

Admission: $7 for adults, $4 for children (5-10 years old) Children under 4: free.

Description: In addition to breakfast , there will be an opportunity to tour the farm, activities for kids, Culver’s frozen custard, music, displays, viewing dairy cows, kiddie tractor pull, petting zoo, pictures with the calves and much more.




🐮 Waupaca County at Waupaca County Fairgrounds, 602 East South St. in Weyauwega.

Sunday, June 18th / 8am-12pm

Admission:  Adults are $6.00, Ages 5-12 are $4.00 and Ages 4 and under are FREE

Description:  Lots of activiites including: Kids games, Raffles, Farm Machinery, Petting Zoo and of course a delicious dairy breakfast.




🐮 Calumet County Sundae on a Dairy Farm at Faust Farms, W3563 Cty F in Chilton.

Sunday, June 25th / 11am-3pm

Admission: FREE for Adults and Children.

Description:  Enjoy free milk and free cheese.  Activities include: Kiddie tractor pulls, kids games, sand pile, tractor wagon rides to tour the farm plus much more.  Food will be available for purchase along with traditional ice cream sundaes.




🐮 Marinette County at Dave and Sheila Denowski Farm with Families, W7419 18th Rd. in Crivitz.

Sunday, June 25th / 7:30am-12pm

Admission:  Adults – $6.00, Children (6-10) – $4.00, Children 5 years and under – FREE

Description:  Pancakes, eggs, sausages, cheese curds, maple syrup, applesauce, milk, juice, coffee, ice cream sundaes. Petting zoo, face painting, balloons, kids bouncy play area, viewing of barns & cattle, wagon rides, music. New this year, weather permitting, is an airplane candy drop!




🐮 Shawano County Brunch on the Farm at Mielke S-Curve Dairy in Marion.

Sunday, June 25th / 9am-1pm

Admission:  Adults are $7.00   Children are $4.00

Description:  Dairy Dash & Stroll 5k Run/Walk, Wagon Rides and Farm Tours.  There will be kids games, petting zoo, live music, educational displays, kids dairy bar bake-off and much more!




🐮 Door County at Wilke R Organic Farm owned by Kevin & Tricia Wilke, 5238 STH 42 in Sturgeon Bay.

Sunday, July 2 / 6:30am-11am

Admission:  Age 7 and up is $9.00, Kids 6 and under are FREE.

Description:  Farm fresh all you can eat along with live music, hayrides, petting zoo and more.


Here are a few pictures from the time we enjoyed this weekend as a family:

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The Voight Acres

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All tuckered out before we even sat down to eat breakfast!



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Enjoying a hearty breakfast complete with Chocolate milk, scrambled eggs, ham, WI squeaky cheese curds and cheese cubes, hash browns and a cinnamon roll.  Our bellies were happy!

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A farmer feeding his rooster!  These cute little picture board props were all over and so cute for making family memories!

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Cows, cows & more cows!  E’s favorite were the “chocolate milk” cows as she liked to call the brown and white cows and of course the baby calf’s. 

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A fun fact we learned:  10 gallons of cow’s milk makes 1 lb of cheese!

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Happy Pigs!


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This was the little petting zoo area!

These are just among a few pictures I took while our visit to the farm.  Not pictured was the bounce houses, face painting, and ice cream offered.  There were also many opportunities for learning, farm tours, tractor rides, hands on exploring of the farm equipment, big sand play area, milk station tour, churning your own butter…I mean the fun was endless!  Big or little there was something to enjoy for all ages!  It was a quality filled morning and I am anxious to see what else we are able to cross off of our bucket list for summer!


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