Spoerlein Never Rest Farms to host 2018 Kenosha County Dairy Breakfast

From the 2016 Kenosha County Dairy Breakfast. /westofthei.com file photo

Spoerlein Never Rest Farms in Brighton will be the site of the 2018 Kenosha County Dairy Breakfast on June 16, from 6:30 to 10:30 a.m.

The farm is located at 25222 52nd Street.

From the Kenosha Area Convention and Visitors Bureau:

Enjoy a morning on the farm that includes: a big farm breakfast, milking demonstrations, a Wisconsin products tent with items for purchase, an Agriculture in Action tent to learn more about the workings of a farm, old-fashioned children’s games, farm toys for sale and much more! The breakfast includes scrambled eggs with ham and cheese, pancakes, fresh bread and butter, yogurt, muffin, juice and ice cream. Cost for the breakfast is $6 / children 6 and under are free. There is no cost to tour the farm. Parking: You can park at the farm or use a shuttle. The shuttles will run from Brighton Elementary School (1200 248th Ave., Kansasville, WI 53139), Westosha Central High School (24617 75th St., Salem, WI 53168), and the Kenosha County Center at the intersection of Highway 45 and Highway 50 (19600 75th St., Bristol, WI 53104). For the safety of the guests and the other farm animals, we would ask that no additional animals/pets be brought to the Breakfast. Farm facts (as of August 2017): The four-generation farm was established in 1987. It’s owned and operated by Richard and Dale Spoerlein and families. The farm is run by family and part-time help. They milk 220 Holstein cows two times a day in a milking parlor. They produce 15,000 pounds of milk a day, which is shipped to a dairy. They run 900 acres of land and the crops are hay, soy beans, wheat, and corn. The farm is hormone free. Email KenoshaCountyDairyPromo@gmail.com with questions.

Interested in riding your bike to the dairy breakfast? Here’s some info on County Executive Jim Kreuser’s DairyAir Ride. 

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