Breakfast on the Farm

. June 10, 2019.
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Looking for a fun, family-focused event? Attend Breakfast on the Farm, Saturday, June 15 at the Henricks & Krieger Dairy in Fayette, Ohio, where you and your family will have the chance to meet local farmers, see some cows and even tour a working farm! In addition, you’ll enjoy a FREE breakfast and learn about the food you eat. Festivities begin at 9 a.m.

The Fulton County Breakfast on the Farm program gives families an up-close and personal view of farm production in today’s environment. Learn how safe and healthy foods are produced in Northwest Ohio and throughout the country.

“We want you to experience how the owners of Henricks & Krieger Dairy care for their animals, produce wholesome and safe food as well as how they care for their land,” said Eric Richer, OSU Extension Educator. “We have developed many children’s activities in order for them to learn how a farm operates in the 21st century.”

The Henricks & Krieger farm is a third generation, three-family partnership owned by Richard and Sue Henricks, Phillip and Tara Henricks, and Shawn and Kim Krieger. The farm is located at 14692 County Road 16-3, Fayette, Ohio. Join them as they host Breakfast on the Farm on Saturday, June 15 at 9 am. Reservations are required. To register, go to www.go.osu.edu/fultonbotfregister2019.

Fulton County Breakfast on the Farm is coordinated by Fulton SWCD, Farm Bureau and OSU Extension along with a community-based planning committee.

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