Sun shines on Kenosha County Dairy Breakfast

The breakfast line never stopped moving.

The breakfast line never stopped moving.

After the alarming thunderstorms Friday night, it was a welcome sight to see the sunshine Saturday morning and a large, hungry crowd at the Kenosha County Dairy Breakfast.
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Kaylee Gowans, 4, Wheatland, approaches a calf.

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Grace Verzal, 3, Wheatland, enjoyed participating in the ice cream eating contest.

This annual event was held at the Dale and Richard Spoerlein Farm, Brighton.

Due to the saturated grounds, attendees were bused to the grounds from either Brighton Grade School, Central High School or the Kenosha County Building. Besides the hearty breakfast,¬†activities included cow milking demonstrations, ice cream eating contest, cheese tasting, old-fashioned children’s games and more.

An estimated 2,150 were served, according to Kenosha County Dairy Ambassador Rachael Crane.

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A team effort is needed to scramble the omelets in the six-foot in diameter frying pan. Each batch consists of a 5 gallon bucket of eggs, 1/2 pound of butter and 3 pounds of cheese.

 

Area children enjoyed playing and even burying their legs in the soybean box.

Area children enjoyed playing and even burying their legs in the soybean box.

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