Not just can you get a malt and some reasonable food this weekend (June 19-20) at the Steele County Fairgrounds in Owatonna, however you can likewise fulfill the ruling Princess Kay of the Milky Way. Brenna Connelly of Byron will appear Saturday at 12:30 pm.
Dairy Days runs Saturday, June 19 from 10 am to 8 pm and Sunday, June 20 from 11 am to 6 pm. Dad would definitely take pleasure in reasonable food and a malt on Fathers’ Day. Activities for the kids consist of a petting zoo, kid train trips, horse and drawback trips and a neighborhood education craft camping tent.
The Steele County American Dairy Association hosted Dairy Days last summer season as a method to commemorate June Dairy Month. Hungry individuals gathered to the fairgrounds for a taste of their reasonable food favorites throughout a year when the Steele County Fair and other summertime occasions were canceled due to the pandemic.
Even though a lot of occasions, consisting of the Steele County Free Fair, are on for this year, the ADA is providing individuals a taste of the reasonable in addition to the abovementioned activities for kids. You might likewise get the possibility to fulfill Steele County’s dairy royalty.
- Maggie Bruns, “The dairy community has given me many friends and I think being a dairy princess would be a way of giving back by promoting this wonderful industry.”
- Samantha Fredin, “I would like to serve our county as a dairy princess because I want to make an impact. Having this platform enables us to use our voice to educate the public on the dairy industry.”
- Courtney Kath, “I have always looked up to the dairy princesses and enjoy promoting the dairy industry and I enjoy sharing my knowledge with the community…I grew up going to my grandparent’s dairy farm and helping them for fun.”
- Kylie Kruckeberg, “I had so much fun last year getting to promote the industry…I like to help with chores (on the farm) as well as mentoring ‘cow campers’ and younger 4-Her’s in the summer.”
- Hailey Rysavy, “I live on a third-generation dairy and beef farm. We recently reduced our dairy herd from 200 to about 80 cows, and also raise 700 beef. The farm has been in the family for 80 years.”
- Katelyn Rysavy, “I have grown up on a dairy farm and I want to promote the dairy industry and products…I fed the young calves, helped with yard work and garden work as well as house chores.”
- Lilly Zollner, “I would like to represent the dairy industry and teach the public about why they should support dairy farmers and how amazing dairy cows and their products truly are.”