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June is Dairy Month, celebrate with breakfast at Rolling Acres farm

Randy and Lori Larson of LoRan Rolling Acres farm south of Plum City, will be hosting this year's June Dairy Breakfast in Pierce County on Saturday, June 22, from 7-11 a.m. Bring your appetites to enjoy Dad's Belgian Waffles, sausage, deep-fried cheese curds, Flat Pennies Ice Cream, cheese samples, milk and coffee.

The cost is $5 for adults, $3 for ages 4-12, free for 3 and under.

After you have satisfied your appetite, take in the sites around the farm, educational tours, hands-on kids activities sponsored by Farm Bureau and the antique tractor display.

Randy and Lori raise calves for area farmers so you will see lots of baby calves and will get to see an automated calf feeding system at work.

This is a great opportunity to gain a better understanding of dairy farming today and to see the passion dairy farmers invest in their industry.

Wisconsin is home to one million cows, with herd sizes that vary from small to large, but still 99% are owned and cared for by families. LoRan

Rolling Acres has evolved into a modern custom heifer raising operation and it is an example of the diversity of dairy farms in Wisconsin.

Randy and Lori Larson look forward to hosting the hundreds of visitors who will be enjoying the dairy breakfast on the farm. Abundant parking is provided and tram rides will bring visitors right up to the breakfast. Handicapped parking is also being provided.

The breakfast will go on rain or shine. Door prizes will be given away throughout the morning.

LoRan Rolling Acres is located at W1285 County Rd. U, south of Plum City and Hwy. 10. Signs will be up and visible.

Sponsors of the event include Pierce County Dairy Promotion Committee in cooperation with Pierce County Farm Bureau and the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.