We are continuing the tradition of the Jefferson County Dairy Breakfast on Saturday May 30th, 2015 from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Jefferson County Fair Park, 503 N. Jackson St., in Jefferson, Wisconsin.
Tickets are $7 at the door for adults or $6 in advance. Children are $3 for ages 4 to 12. Children 3 and under are free. Tickets are available at area Chambers of Commerce, including Jefferson and Fort Atkinson, also available at premier banks.
Our delicious breakfast menu includes farm fresh eggs, pancakes with syrup of course, Jones Dairy Farm sausage links, various types of cheese to choose from, topped off with you choice of milk, coffee, and orange juice.
The “Shoot the Bull” Frisbee toss and milk drinking contest and other games for kids, wagon rides, antique tractors, ice cream sundaes, live music by “Variations” and radio broadcasts by WFAW . Farm animals, herding demonstration, craft show. New to this years dairy breakfast we will be hosting a kids tractor pull. sponsored by JC riders. Also the kids country dress up competition.
We are an all-volunteer group with all profits going towards the funding of youth education and the dairy industry. The funds we raise will be going towards Agricultural Youth (educational teams, grant programs, scholarships), FFA and 4-H Improvements at the Fair Park, and Agricultural Grants. Our Financial Report is available to anyone upon request.
The Dairy Breakfast Scholarship and Grant Applications are now available at the UW-Extension Office at 864 Collins Road, Jefferson, WI 53549.
The Dairy Breakfast Committee invites grant and scholarship applications from 4-H and FFA members to support their educational goals. Scholarship applicants must be entering or enrolled in a post-high school Agricultural Program. Grant and scholarship applicants must be active in Jefferson County 4-H, FFA, or Breed Organizations and/or reside in Jefferson County.
Agricultural producers from Jefferson County may apply for grants to help fund educational seminars, conventions, and other programs they attend or participate in. Grant proposals will also be considered from the Jefferson County Fair Park for improvements that benefit youth exhibitors.
The organizing committee extends their sincere thanks to everyone who contributed money or food products, volunteered their time, or in any way helped make past events successful.
The committee invites anyone who would like to participate in the planning of this year’s event to contact Committee President Marlene Zick at 920-222-1542.
The planning committee meets monthly at the Jefferson County Fair Park Activity Center at 7:00 p.m. on the second Monday of the month.