About the Farm
To the cows, it was just another day.
Don't even think of cutting in front of me in line.
The newest arrival, born that morning.
The crew had everything shined up for the big day.
Grab a Spoon
All I need is a really big box of cereal.
I'll take the 3:00 feeding.
Nursery Part II
Since I did the feeding, can you change the diapers?
The Melichar Homestead was the site of the 2011 Ozaukee County Breakfast on the Farm.
The Melichar silos bask under the blue sky.
Yes, you are seeing that correctly.
The 2011 BOTF Committee.
My kingdom for a craker!
Hey, hay! He he.
What's Wrong with this Picture?
Answer: Cows don't wear sunglasses.
Traveling in style.
Here's your sign.
Time to Get Up
Early morning sunrise and the kids are already up.
Cheese samples were a 2011 favorite.
Cakes O Plenty
Cooked to golden-brown perfection.
Country-style mass transit.
The place to see and be seen.
Which one is older?
I think they are named Original Recipe and Spicy Buffalo.
Is there an official name for this game?
Alice in Dairyland will be returning in 2012.
At Your Service
Tour guilds were available to help guests.
Education is a big part of the day.
Position of Power
Tip: Always be nice to the girl who dishes up the pancakes.
Green and Gold
A classic of a different sort. I suppose it is more yellow than gold.
Black Tie Optional
Crowds gathered for the ice cream eating contest.
The ever-popular barrel ride will be back in 2012.
Farm founder with her family
Addie, an educational bovine borrowerd to inform the public of general farm facts.
In 2011 a virtual farm tour was set up to assist those who had difficulty walking the tour.
Where Did it Go?
Simple magic is the best kind.
A 5 am birth surprise!
Don Burhop and his iAccordian (just kidding!)
Birds of a Feather
2011 was a real hands-on (or should I say "hands-under") experience.
Not What is Seems
Boxes stuffed full of "corn facts" rather than "corn flakes".
The Melichars where your hosts for 2011.
For more information contact:
Breakfast on the Farm presented by:
Ozaukee County Dairy Promotion Committee