Each year the Kewaunee County Breakfast on the Farm is hosted by a different Family Farm located in Kewaunee County!

Our 2019 Host Family Farm

Kinnard Farms

Kinnard Farms is proud to be part of agriculture in the Kewaunee community. It started in 1948 when Alvin and Milly Kinnard had a dream: to start their own family dairy farm. They started with 14 cows and 80 acres, using money borrowed from their parents. Through their progressive approach and commitment to hard work, the farm prospered and grew. Today, the Kinnard Family farms over 10,000 crop acres and milks 7,200 cows between both of their locations. Ninety percent of today’s herd originates from the bloodline of those 14 cows purchased by their parents. The Kinnard’s newest barn — the size of six football fields — was built in 2015.

Although the look of our farm has changed, then our family’s commitment to caring for our girls, our community and the environment remains stronger than ever. We are fortunate to be working together as a family to help keep our parent’s dream alive and build new opportunities for the community by continuing the tradition of caring for the land and producing high-quality milk.

We hope to see you and your family at Breakfast on the Farm this Father’s Day!

Sincerely,

The Kinnard Family of Kinnard Farms Incorporated: 
Rod & Maureen Kinnard, Lee Kinnard, Jackie & David Stewart

Find Kinnard Farms online!

 

The Kinnard’s newest barn — the size of six football fields — was built in 2015.
The Kinnard’s Rotary Milking Parlor

History

Beginning in 1948 with 80 acres, 14 cows & 7 heifers, this family farm has grown to include a valued team of 68 employees caring for a herd of 7,000 cows & 10,500 acres!

Check out THEIR HISTORY on their website to learn more about this local family farm!

Kinnard Farms Old Family Photo      

Thank you for joining us for Breakfast on the Farm in Kewaunee County – Father’s Day 2019!

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