Dairy breakfast at Nagel's farm Sunday showcases local industry|
|The Nagel family is issuing an invitation for everyone to visit its farm north of Antigo, perhaps brush shoulders with a few cows and enjoy the 2014 June Dairy Breakfast on Sunday.|
The farm is located at the intersection of Highways B and V about seven miles north of Antigo where the Nueske family, from Gulliverís of Wausau, will be cooking up scrambled eggs, sausages, pancakes, cheesy hashbrowns, hot donuts and serving ice cream, cheese, pure maple syrup to go with it
The cost of the breakfast for adults is $6 and youngsters for six to 12, $3, for those five and under, there is no charge.
Dozens of local businesses have contributed to fund the breakfast.
There will be plenty of parking, a shuttle from the lots to the food tent and restrooms available.
There will be breakfast music by Sliding on Ice from 10 a.m. to noon, a candy drop between 11 a.m. and noon and youngsters can have a great time at the petting zoo and jumping castle. There will be a tractor pull for youngsters from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
There is more.
There will be antique and wagon guided farm tours, the Farm Bureau will offer an interactive agriculture game kiosk, Keith Wilson will present his tractor safety program from 9 to 10 a.m., the Jaws of Life will be demonstrated from 9:30 to 11 a.m. and the Northwoods Antique Tractor Club will display its vintage machines.
The Nagel farm has been at the Highway B and V intersection since 1966, when John and Shirley Nagel came to Langlade County from Central City, Iowa, to run a dairy farm.
They did that with success for decades welcoming their son, Jason into the organization in 1998 after he graduated from the University of Wisconsin in River Falls with an animal science degree.
Other family members joined the operation rounding out the abilities needed to oversee and maintain a complex 2,000-acre plus operation with 1,275 head of livestock.
A tanker of milk is filled at the dairy every 18 hours and heads to Grassland in Greenwood, Wis.
The farm currently has 15 full-time employees and four part-timers.
And all of them are exceptionally busy heading into the breakfast Sunday morning.
The people who operate Nagel Dairy Farms, LLC are seated from left, Jacob Solin, Matt Solin, Jason Nagel, Shirley and John Nagel. Family members involved at the dairy are in the back row from left, Judy Nagel, Nicole Solin, Carlene Nagel, Lily Nagel, Nico Elwardt and Phillip Elwardt and Carson Nagel in front. The lower picture is an aerial view of the farm complex.
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