Perfect Day for Dairy Breakfast
A temperate sunny day brought a record setting crowd to the Weis-Way Dairy Farm for the annual dairy breakfast. The 3,775 served beat the previous record of 3,752 set by the Mighty Grand Dairy Farm in 2012.
Rachael Crane, Kenosha county dairy ambassador
One of the ways they had to raise to money pay for costs for dairy animals to be shown at the fair was to have a contest to have someone kiss a cow. Dan Weis brought out Noel for the honor. Rachael Crane announces the winner.
Just for good measure, Samantha Kerkman wanted a kiss, too.
Several of the cows were receiving ultrasounds to determine if they were pregnant. If they were, the sex of the calf could also be determined.
A little salt, a little pepper, with the eggs, ham, and cheese.
Scholarship winner Anthony Sheard
Paris Fire and Rescue had their engine and rescue squad on display. This is rescue squad, with personnel answering any questions anyone had.
Marylin Zirbel was recognized for her many years of service to the Kenosha County Dairy Promotion Committee.
Kids looking for coins in cotton seed. Cows can eat cotton seed.
Kids looking for coins.
For some, the day started with a bike ride from Mars Cheese Castle to the breakfast with County Executive Jim Kreuser. Over 80 riders participated.
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