Meet Your Local Farmer | April 22
Free Event. Visit LaClare, one of the five host farms, to learn about Wisconsin Agriculture! Our Garden Center, shoppe, and cafe will be open for self-guided tours.
Time & Location
Apr 22, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM CDT
LaClare Family Creamery, W2994 County HH, Malone, WI 53049, USA
About the Event
Join Calumet County Farm Bureau and local farms for farm tours on April 22nd, from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.
This event is a unique opportunity to meet farmers and experience a first-hand glimpse into agriculture for free.
2023 host farms are:
W2994 Cty Rd. HH, Malone
LaClare was founded in 1978 with a foundation that is rooted in artistry, family values, and hard work. Enjoy our goat farm, shoppe, cafe, garden center, and creamery. Tour the visitor's center and learn how our award-winning cheeses are made! Try the cheeses featured in the cafe and bring some home to share!
Kesler Family Farm:
N6447 Hwy 55, Hilbert
A multi-generational and multi-species family operation. Kesler Family Farm specializes in beef cattle, hogs, and chickens. Their gardens are known for delicious produce, including rhubarb and asparagus. Join in the family fun and meet a variety of critters from their family's farm to see how they raise the next generation.
Breeze Dairy Group:
W2651 Kiel Rd, Malone
Established in 2003 by five Wisconsin farming families, 3,200 cows call Lake Breeze Dairy their home. The cows are milked in a double-44 parallel parlor and there are 35 employees dedicated to caring for the cows on the farm. Stop in, take a bus tour, and learn more about their modern dairy farm!
W3351 Schumacher Rd, Malone
Established in 2008, Ledgeview Farms is a controlled environment greenhouse dedicated to raising the best tomatoes and English Cucumbers you have ever tasted! Visit to experience the wonder of a third of an acre filled with over 2,800 ten-foot-high tomato and cucumber plants.
NEW THIS YEAR!
Midlakes Custom Services LLC:
N6171 Elm Rd, Hilbert
Today Midlakes Custom Services harvests 15,000 acres of alfalfa and 7,500 acres of corn silage and snaplage, primarily in Calumet and Manitowoc counties. The business employs 10 full-time and 15 part-time employees. In addition to custom harvesting, they farm 700 acres providing feed to a local dairy, primarily growing alfalfa and corn. The business takes pride in providing dependable, high-quality services by focusing directly on forage and ensuring each client gets the highest quality feed possible! Visit them to see and explore some farming equipment up close and learn about Wisconsin crops!
Date: Saturday, April 22nd
Time: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Follow along on Calumet County Farm Bureau's Facebook Page for more information on each host farm!