30th Annual Washington County, WI
Breakfast On The Farm 
   Saturday, June 10, 2017      ~      6:30am-11:30am 

Washington County Dairy Promotion Committee

Q: Who should attend Breakfast on the Farm?
A: EVERYONE! Breakfast on the Farm has food, entertainment and activities for people of all ages. 


Q: Who proceeds from Breakfast on the Farm?

A: Proceeds from Breakfast on the Farm benefit The Washington County Dairy Promotions Committee. Based in south-eastern Wisconsin, The Washington County Dairy Promotions Committees mission is to promote positive agriculture in Washington County, educate the community, and positively influence agriculture curriculum in area schools. 


The Washington County Dairy Promotions Committee supports the Ag Adventureland at the Washington County Fair, dairy programs at elementary schools throughout the county and scholarships to young adults pursuing an agricultural related career, and much more.


Q: Are advanced tickets needed for Breakfast on the Farm?

A: Advance tickets are not needed as tickets can be bought day of Breakfast on the Farm, however it is recommended advance tickets be purchased.


Q: Where can advanced tickets to Breakfast on the Farm be purchased?
A: To save time and money, advance tickets are recommended and available for $1.00 off.

Click here for advance ticket locations.


Q: Is bus services available to Breakfast on the Farm?

A: Parking is available at this years farm in a field near the food service area and Breakfast on the Farm will provide wagon rides to and from the event from the parking area.


Q: Will the Breakfast on the Farm be cancelled if it is raining?
A: Breakfast on the Farm will take place rain or shine!


Q: Can I bring a stroller to Breakfast on the Farm?

A: Strollers are welcome to the Breakfast on the Farm  but please be advised that the terrain is not always perfectly flat as this is a real, active farm.


Q: Can I bring a pet to the Breakfast on the Farm?

A: Pets are not allowed to the Breakfast on the Farm as this years Farm is an active dairy farm and for the health and safety of the guests and farm animals, pet are not allowed.


Q: Is Breakfast on the Farm accessible to people with disabilities?

A: The Washington County Dairy Promotions Committee  does its best to make the hosting farm as accessible as possible to those with disabilities. Please understand that Breakfast on the Farm is outdoors at an active dairy farm and the landscape is rough.  Golf cart transport to and from parking is available to people with disabilities but please be patient with as resources and volunteers for such services are limited.