Wisconsin diary farm breakfast are a tradition nearly 50 years in the making

(WXOW) – June Dairy Days is a way for Wisconsinites to celebrate America’s Dairyland. Wisconsin is home to 25 percent of the nation’s total dairy farms, and 95 percent of Wisconsin’s dairy farms are family owned.

To celebrate, Wisconsinites have attended several farm breakfasts around the state. Farm breakfasts are family-friendly, educational events that offer attendees various opportunities to taste home-cooked food made from Wisconsin-made dairy products while learning about farm animals, dairy farms, and the farmers that keep them running.

In La Crosse County located in the town of Bangor, there will be a farm breakfast held. The menu will feature Mindoro Lions Pancakes, Craig’s Meats Sausage, Westby Cheese Curds and Yogurt, eggs with cheese, coffee, milk, and Culver’s Frozen Custard.

Celebrate National Dairy Month with these featured recipes:

Frozen Patriotic Torte: Featuring Wisconsin mascarpone, a farm-fresh, rich, cultured-creamy frozen treat of that is recommended to be paired with fresh fruit and a dollop of heavy whipped cream.

Air Fryer Cheese Curds: Cheese curds, a Wisconsin favorite fried with a new twist.

La Crosse County Dairy Breakfast: Creamery Creek Holsteins W1250 County U Bangor, WI, 54614Creamery

Date/Time: June 15, 6 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Additional Information: Pre-sale tickets will be available beginning May 15 until June 14, while supplies last, at all River Bank locations. Cost is $5.00 for all adult tickets, no change in children’s prices.

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Lindsey Ford

Lindsey Ford

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