Dairy Breakfast Boasts Record Attendance


Volunteer drops pancake batter onto super-sized griddle

After the first hour of business, Kenosha County Dairy Ambassador, Rachel Crane knew they had a hit. With perfect weather to encourage early morning diners, the breakfast, held at the Weis-Way Dairy Farm, served 1136 people by 7:30 a.m.

“We normally serve about 700-800 by that time,” she said. “I am so excited that there are so many people here–they are all good people and having a lot of fun.”

Mixing Scrambled Eggs in 6 foot frying pan.Notice the clean dust pans to move the eggs!

Aydyn Albers age 4 of Salem, munching on a plate of eggs

6-year-old Asher Twardy (Kenosha) looking at a few bovine souveniers

Eli Tremmel,7, of Burlington driving a pint-sized farm tractor

Heather Thompson, 5, and Tyler Klein, 8, both of Kenosha "driving" a John Deer Tractor


One Comment

  1. John Capra says:

    Way to go Kenosha Dairy Breakfast! Congrats on setting a new record. Wish I was there with you to enjoy the day. Weis-Way Farm thank you for hosting this event.

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