Free Event- Visit Your Local Dairy Farm

by Caitlyn Andrews June 20, 2016

Free Local Event for Families Dairy Farm Tour

Looking for something to do this weekend? Something fun for the family? And completely free? We've got you covered.

Northern Indiana Dairy Trail

The Northern Indiana Dairy Trail open houses will take place on June 18, 2016, and June 25, 2016. These open houses are absolutely FREE to the public! Visit one farm or all eleven. Bring the whole family and have fun!

The Northern Indiana Dairy Trail is a series of open houses hosted at local dairy farms. The Northern Indiana Dairy Trail is celebrating the past 200 years of Indiana dairy farming by allowing the public to visit 11 participating Indiana dairies. Come out and see how milk and dairy products travel from the farm to your table. Over the course of 2 weekends, 11 dairy farms will be opening their doors to the public. Additionally, in October, one dairy farm in Elkhart county will host the Indiana Bicentennial Torch.

Find the farm closest to you here: Northern Indiana Dairy Trail Farms

Don't Miss Out!

June 18th has already passed, so if you missed out then you can still bring the kids out this weekend, June 25, for the Dairy Trail.

Veterinary and Poultry Supply, Inc. is a proud Gold Sponsor of the Northern Indiana Dairy Trail.

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