Wisconsin Agricultural Tourism Association Inc.

Events

June 2018

  • DATE
  • EVENT
  • 3
  • FFA Alumni Dairy Breakfast
    Granton
    W2762 Starr Rd
    7am-12:30pm
    serving pancakes, special eggs, cheese curds, sausage, ice cream, apple sauce, maple syrup, butter, milk, juice and coffee
    grantonclerk@tds.net
    715-238-7339
  • 3
  • Alpaca Odyssey
    Two Rivers
    6827 State Highway 147
    10 AM - 4PM
    Our annual Open House to celebrate spring and the birth of new babies (crias)! The is a FREE family-friendly event that allows you to get up close with our friendly and adorable alpacas. Take photos and selfies. This event also supports several local charities such as Wildlife of Wisconsin, Girl Scouts, 4-H, FFA, and more. In lieu of admission, we request you donate a non-perishable food item(s) to our local food pantries.
    ldalpacas@charter.net
    (920) 793-4165
    www.londondairyalpacas.com
  • 5 - 31
  • Country Breeze Farm Tours
    Hilbert
    W3190 County Road B
    10AM - 3PM (Closed Monday)
    Located on the Niagara Escarpment you’ll enjoy cool summer breezes at the farm. Milk a cow, pet a pig, cuddle a kitten, catch a chicken, ride a pony, enjoy a hayride and more during your self-guided tour of the farm. Carry-ins welcome so bring a picnic lunch and enjoy a leisurely day at the farm.
    info@MulberryLaneFarmWI.com
    920-989-3130
    www.MulberryLaneFarmWI.com
  • 9 - 10
  • Babies and Berries
    Kenosha
    7150 18th Street
    10:00 am to 6:00 pm
    Our 2nd Annual Babies and Berries event is back! Bring the family out and see all the baby animals that come with this time of year! Goats, chicks, bunnies Oh MY!! Get up close and personal with over 100 baby farm animals!
    smithpumpkinfarm@gmail.com
    smithpumpkinfarm.com
  • 9
  • New Live Lavender & Cherry Farm Grand Opening
    Baraboo
    E10766 County Road W
    10am-6pm
    New Life Lavender & Cherry Farm is celebrating our Grand Opening for our 2018 Lavender Season. Our Farm Store and Farm are open for guests from 10am to 6pm. Experience our all things lavender Farm Store, have a piece of Lavender Cherry Pie, while drinking our Lavender Iced Lattee, or try our new Homemade Lavender Ice Cream. Farm to Table Wagon Tours run at 11am, 1pm, & 3pm!
    info@newlifelavender.com
    608-477-4023
    www.newlifelavender.com
  • 9
  • Alpaca Basics
    Two Rivers
    6827 Wisconsin 147
    8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    Are you thinking about being an alpaca owner or recently acquired some alpacas and have lots of questions? This one day seminar is for you. LondonDairy Alpaca Ranch has over 22 years experience successfully raising quality alpacas and a lifetime of experience raising livestock. Topics covered will be alpaca health, nutrition, feeding, breeding, farm plans, tax advantages, conformation and fiber characteristics. There will be plenty of time to answer your individual questions as well. Fee is $40 per person and $60 per couple Call to make your reservation.
    Kevin Stoer
    (920) 793-4165
    www.londondairyalpacas.com
  • 9
  • Feltz's Dairy Store 1st Anniversary Celebration!
    Stevens Point
    5796 Porter Dr
    9:00 am until 7:00 pm
    Please join us for our 1 year Anniversary Celebration! We will have face painting from 10:00 until noon. There will be cheese and chocolate milk samples. We will be grilling our brats and burgers for sale from 11:00 to 1:00. You may also register for 2 gift baskets that we will be giving away. Guided tours will be available from 10:00 until 2:00 and and each Saturday through out the summer.
    feltzsdairystore@gmail.com
    (715) 344-1293
    www.feltzsdairystore.com
  • 10
  • Langlade County Breakfast on the Farm
    Antigo
    312 Forrest Ave
    8 am to noon
    Come help us celebrate June Dairy Month with Langlade County's Breakfast On The Farm will be on Sunday, June 10, 2018, from 8 am to 12:00 pm at Maly Farms. Catered by Nueske's, the menu includes: scrambled eggs, sausage, pancakes, butter, local maple syrup, cheesy hashbrowns, milk, orange juice, coffee, cheese, and ice cream! Kids 5 and under free, 6 to 12 $3, 12 and up $8. Experience Langlade County Dairy Promotion Hospitality. Fun for the entire family! Brought to you by Langlade County Dairy Promotion Committee and WMMB.
    bmaly56@yahoo.com
    715-623-6575
    https://www.facebook.com/events/2009995542578678/?active_tab=discussion
  • 16
  • Ag-Tourism Expo "A Day on the Farm"
    Platteville
    275 W Business Hwy 151
    9am-3pm
    Join us for the 3rd annual "A Day On The Farm" at Digman Farms Free of Charge in Platteville June 16th! This fun event will be featuring Educational Workshops, Vendors, Kid Activities, FFA Farm Olympics, Wine & Cheese pairings, and much more. Educational Workshops include: Dairy Cow Milking, Food Canning, Compost Demonstration, Straw Bale demonstration, Farm Safety, and Food Cooking Demonstrations.
    chamber@platteville.com
    608-548-5865
    www.platteville.com
  • 17
  • Free Dads on Father’s Day
    Hilbert
    W3190 County Road B
    10AM - 3PM
    Don’t give Dad another tie! Bring him to Mulberry Lane Farm because Dads are FREE on Father's Day. Is Dad brave enough to milk a cow? Can he catch a chicken? Dare him to kiss a pig! It’ll be the most memorable Father’s Day ever. Dad will enjoy reminiscing about his boyhood days of being on the farm. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy in the beautiful picnic area overlooking the farm fields or up in the massive 4000 sq ft Hay Mow. One Dad FREE per paid general admission. No other offers apply.
    info@MulberryLaneFarmWI.com
    920-989-3130
    http://www.MulberryLaneFarmWI.com/special-events/fathers-day/
  • 17
  • Brown County Breakfast on the Farm
    600 High Street, Wrightstown
    New Horizons Dairy, LLC, shuttles from Wrightstown High School
    8 am to Noon
    Breakfast includes: ham & cheese scrambled eggs , porkies, deep fried cheese, cinnamon rolls, bagels & cream cheese, yogurt & milk and sampling of cheeses. 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. The objective of this event is to educate the public on how a dairy farm works, where food comes from and the importance of the dairy industry to Wisconsin’s economy. All proceeds from this event are used to provide free agriculture education programs to students attending Brown County schools and to county residents throughout the year.
    bcdp.scheduling@gmail.com
    920.391.4610
    http://www.browncountydairypromotions.com/breakfast_on_the_farm.html
  • 22 - 23
  • Cheese Curd Festival
    Ellsworth
    East End Park, Hwy 10
    6/22/2018, 4pm-11pm 6/23/2018 10am-11pm
    Ellsworth’s Cheese Curd Festival celebrates the town’s designation as the Cheese Curd Capital of Wisconsin. Their very own Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery creates the tasty white morsels, which have earned world-wide acclaim. Centrally located within Ellsworth’s East End Park, admission to the festival is free. You would be wise to wear your stretchy pants to fully enjoy the wide variety of creative cheese curd dishes, fresh hand-battered, deep-fried cheese curds and dipping sauces, and an exclusive top-secret dessert curd that rivals the mini donut! Several guided tasting experiences offer you the opportunity to learn and engage with the crafters, cooks and makers of the festival’s starring foods: Cheese, craft beer, wine, hard ciders, real dairy ice-cream and authentic Sconnie BBQ. When you’ve had your fill of food, sit back and enjoy an eclectic mix of music. A variety of regional acts, ranging from solo vocal artists and blues and folk acts, perform throughout the festival. The Cheese Curd Eating Contest is great fun and keeps spectators on the edge of their seats cheering for their favorite competitors, which if you’re feeling adventurous, could be you! For full details and a complete schedule of event, visit the Cheese Curd Festival website or follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the latest Festival news and announcements. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CheeseCurdFestival/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CheeseCurdFest Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/CheeseCurdFestival/
    crew@cheesecurdfestival.com
    http://www.cheesecurdfestival.com/
  • 24
  • Greenwood Dairy Breakfast
    Willard, WI
    W8420 Rock Creek Rd
    7am-1pm
    Rain or Shine, the Willard Historical Society presents the 22nd Annual Dairy Breakfast Adults: $7 Kids 5 & up: $4 4 & under free! Music by the Richie Yurkovich and Polkaroity Band Featuring Home Made Slovenian Potica Crafters and Vendors Raffles Kiddie Train Rides Small Animal Petting Zoo Amish Baked Goods Face Painting Hay Wagon Rides Visit with Alice in Dairyland
    Denise Lindner
    (715) 255-9100
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