STODDARD, Wis. (WKBT) - June is dairy month, a perfect time to celebrate the dairy industry.
The 37th annual Vernon County Dairy breakfast took place Saturday morning at Hamburg Hills Farm in Stoddard. The annual event helps get people in the community to see what the farming industry is all about.
The event included many different learning opportunities for kids and families, such as videos on how to milk cows. The breakfast included scrambled eggs, sausage, pancakes, and of course cheese!
Farm owners, Tim and Lisa Servais said they were honored to host the event.
"It's really exciting. It has been on our list for a while. Tim's dad is the president of the Dairy Promotions Committee so we've kind of been waiting to get things in shape around here," Lisa Servais said. "We knew we had some new construction, and then we thought we could host this year, but it's a great honor."
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