By Paul Schmitt
With humid temperatures in the high seventies and overcast skies on Sunday morning, the Kewaunee County Breakfast on the Farm was able to accommodate over an estimated 5,000 people at the Wallace Dairy Farm in the town of Forestville. With over half-dozen huge tents sprawled across the countryside, families came to enjoy breakfast, a petting zoo of farm animals, children activities and horse-drawn rides and tours of the farm. The host of this year’s Kewaunee County Breakfast on the Farm, Paul Wallace, Jr., says the whole experience went smoothly Sunday.
Wallace took over the farm from his parents in 2013, after they moved to the area from Forest Junction in 1978. The Wallace Dairy Farm milks one hundred cows and farms 315 acres of owned and rented land.
Paul Wallace visiting with a guest at “Breakfast on the Farm”
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