For the first time in 10 years, Mike Henschel and his family is inviting you to have some pancakes, eggs, and some other locally produced food at his farm.
The Sevastopol FFA will host its first dairy breakfast since before the pandemic when it hosts its popular event at Cherryland Dairy in Sturgeon Bay. It is the organization’s biggest fundraiser as the Sevastopol FFA has donated over $151,000 to local causes since 2011, including approximately $72,000 in scholarships.
The Henschel family milks 50 cows and cares for dozens of pigs at their farm while growing crops on over 500 acres of land. Cherryland Dairy last hosted the Sevastopol FFA Dairy Breakfast in 2002 and 2012, which Henschel says works well with his crop rotation so they have plenty of room for parking. He is looking forward to visiting with folks coming to his farm to learn more about agriculture.
In addition to the cows and the pigs, Cherryland Dairy is also home to a sawmill and beehives. The Sevastopol FFA Dairy Breakfast takes place on July 3rd from 6:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
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