Breakfast on the Farm: Part 1
As I told you earlier, we had a Breakfast on the Farm at our dairy on June 26. About 2,300 people came to eat Domino’s breakfast pizza, sausage, apples, juice, milk and ice cream. They also toured our dairy farm to learn about the ways we take care of our cows.
180 volunteers worked that morning, including me. My job was helping people on the wagon ride. I rode with them, too, so I got to tell them about growing up here.
My favorite part about the morning was riding around on the gator with my friend, Billy.
One question I was asked a lot was why some of our cows have red tags in their ears and some have yellow. I explained that all our cows have yellow tags with their number, dad’s name and birthday on them. That’s how we keep track of all our animals. The ones with red tags are my feeder calves that I will show at the county fair later this month.
Check back soon for some video footage of our Breakfast on the Farm!