27th Annual Dunn County Dairy Breakfast

The 27th annual Dunn County Dairy Breakfast will be held on Saturday, June 11, 2022, from 7am to 11am at Breezy Haven Farms, N12021 1010th St, Bloomer, WI 54724. Breezy Haven Farms is owned by Mark & Lynn and Aaron & Heather Dietsche.

The cost of the dairy breakfast meal is $6 per person and children 5 and under are free. The meal includes Hotcakes On The Go all-you-can-eat pancakes with real maple syrup and flavored syrups. Dairy products, including white, chocolate and strawberry milk, Cady Cheese sticks, Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery deep-fried cheese curds, McDonald's Yoplait Go-Gurts, and Swiss Miss pudding snacks. Activities featured at the dairy breakfast will include a chance to visit with Alice in Dairyland, an antique tractor display, petting zoo, and door prizes will be given away.

Directions to Breezy Haven Farms: Take exit 61 from Hwy 12/29 near Elk Mound and turn North onto Hwy 40. Continue on Hwy 40 through Colfax. 3 miles after Colfax, turn left onto County Road A. After 5 miles, take a slight left onto 12th Street/Wood Haven Road. After 1 mile turn right onto 1010th St/10th St. After 2 miles you will reach the farm and see event signs directing you towards parking. For more information on this year’s dairy breakfast, please contact committee member Katie Wantoch via email, katie.wantoch@wisc.edu or the Extension Dunn County Office at (715) 232-1636 or WI relay 711.

The largest fundraiser and dairy promotion event is the Annual Dairy Promotion Breakfast, which is typically held the first Saturday in June at a different farm each year. The Dunn County Dairy Promotion Committee was formed to give the public a better understanding of dairy farming. With dairy being one of the most important parts of the Dunn County economic picture, we wish to show you what a modern dairy operation looks and feels like. With your attendance at the dairy breakfast or a farm tour, hopefully, you will leave with a positive feeling about how important farming is to Dunn County.

All information taken from the Dunn County Dairy Promotion website and the Dunn County Dairy Promotion Committee Facebook page.