Crawford County Dairy Breakfast June 3

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Join the Alan & Kathy Flansburgh family as they host the Crawford County Dairy Breakfast on June 3.

The Crawford County Dairy Breakfast sponsored by the Dairy Promotion and Dairy Breakfast committee in cooperation with the Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin, will take place on Saturday, June 3rd at Green Valley Farm 58153 US Highway 60, Prairie du Chien, hosted by the Alan & Kathy Flansburgh family.
Serving will be from 6:00am until 10:00 am. Cost is $3.00 per person with 5 & under free. Menu includes pancakes, syrup, and  butter, sausage links, Organic Valley cottage cheese, sliced cheeses, Westby Creamery cheese curds, applesauce, milk & coffee along with Culver’s custard and Vesperman Farms ice cream sponsored by Southwest Tech.
Free shuttle buses will run from Riverside Square and the Prairie du Chien High School from 5:45 am until 9:30 am with the final bus returning at 10:30. While at the farm you can see & learn about their robotic milking system, visit with area farmers & master gardeners, meet the dairy royalty and try your hand at dairy and 4H trivia.
The Flansburgh Family of Alan & Kathy, Derek, Dustin and wife Emily, Dylan and wife Jessica, Devin and wife Morgan and their son, Liam, Dalton & Jordyn welcome you to Green Valley Farm and hope that you will enjoy the 41st annual “on the farm” June Dairy month breakfast. Robert and Anna Flansburgh moved to this farm in 1942. They rented the farm known as the Duffey Farm, then purchased it a few years later. Paul & Matilda Flansburgh purchased the farm from his parents in 1965. They hosted the 2nd annual dairy breakfast in 1982. They volunteered at many of the dairy breakfasts over the years. When their son Alan married, he and his wife Kathy took over the family farm and purchased it from Paul and Matilda in 1998. Alan and Kathy also hosted the 1998 and 2018 dairy breakfasts.
In September of 2022 they changed from a milking parlor to Robotic milking. They are currently milking 120 cows. The farming operation consists of 350 owned acres plus they run an additional 600 acres.
Crops include 450 acres of corn, 250 acres of soybeans, and 250 acres of hay. All steers are raised to 800 lbs. and all heifers are raised. Their sons Devin & Dalton have played an important roll in advancing the farm’s use of technology. The entire family works together to make the farm business a success.
Come enjoy breakfast on the farm with us.

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