(WKOW) -- June dairy Month is a time-honored tradition in Wisconsin that began at the national level in 1937 as a way to celebrate milk.
These events are a great opportunity for Wisconsinites to learn about the dairy industry while showing appreciation for our dedicated farm families.
"Almost every weekend in June there's a dairy breakfast somewhere in the state where you can go and actually experience dairy farms firsthand and really get an insight into what Wisconsin dairy farmers do every single day," Alice in Dairyland Ann O'Leary said.
Visiting a farm and enjoying a delicious dairy breakfast is a tradition in Wisconsin, and it's a great opportunity to go out and experience agriculture firsthand.
So take the time this June to celebrate the rich history of Wisconsin's dairy traditions by attending a farm breakfast or other dairy celebration.
"One of the big events, especially in an urban area would be Cows on the Concourse in Madison," O' Leary said. "It's occurring the first weekend in June and it coincides with the local farmer's market."
For details on where to find a dairy breakfast or a celebration near you, log on to dairydaysofsummer.com.