Landmark Supports Local Farm Breakfasts
Wisconsin’s iconic farm breakfasts are a quintessential part of the annual festivities of June Dairy Month. Landmark Services Cooperative (LSC) is proud to sponsor several farm breakfast events throughout Wisconsin.
Wisconsin’s farm families host breakfast on the farm events that bring the table-to-the-farm. These family-friendly events are open to the public and offer the opportunity to enjoy Wisconsin-made fresh dairy products, farm tours, wagon rides, kid-friendly entertainment and, of course, farm animals.
This year, LSC sponsored twelve dairy breakfast events including: Columbia Moo-Day Brunch hosted by Kessenich Dairy – Dan, Pam and family; Cows on the Concourse; Dane County Breakfast on the Farm hosted by Klondike Farms – Kevin and Erika Klahn and family; Green County Breakfast on the Farm hosted by Dave and Kathy Minder and family; Kenosha County Dairy Breakfast hosted by Mighty Grand Dairy Farm; Lafayette County Dairy Breakfast hosted by Cottonwood Dairy; Marquette County Dairy Breakfast hosted by Marquette County Fair Grounds; Richland County Dairy Breakfast hosted by Junction View Dairy; Rock County Dairy Breakfast hosted by Dennis and Barb Kersten; Sauk County Dairy Breakfast hosted by Melvin, Doris, and Greg Lohr Farm; Winnebago County Breakfast on the Farm hosted by Knigge Farm; and Winnebago-Boone Farm Breakfast hosted by Luckey Dairy Farm.
“The Klahn family and Klondike Farms were so honored to be hosts of this year’s Dane County Breakfast on the Farm,” stated Erika Klahn of Klondike Farms. “The support the Dane County Dairy promotion receives from companies like Landmark makes the whole event possible.”
“Breakfast on the Farm is an important event because it creates a positive environment to share the agricultural story,” commented Yogi Brown, treasurer of the Dane County Dairy Promotion Committee. “It’s great to see thousands and thousands of folks enjoying themselves at the dairy breakfast and expose many non-farm and farm people to modern agriculture. Landmark has supported the Breakfast on the Farm for many years and understands the importance of helping promote community and telling the Ag story.”