There won't be any 'Breakfast on The Farm' this year, BUT the Steele County American Dairy Association is hosting a 'Drive-In Dairy Days' event again!

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The event will be held at the Steele County Fairgrounds on June 19th from 10 am-8 pm, and June 20th from 11 am-6 pm.

The drive-in couldn't come at a better time because June is Dairy Month! The Steele County ADA will be selling delicious milk-based malts. With the weather we have been having, nothing will hit the spot better than chilly ice cream.

In addition, the event will include other famous Steele County Free Fair food vendors, and let's be honest; you can't go wrong with fair food!

If you have kids, the best time to go to "Dairy Days" is June 19th from 11 am- 3 pm. At this time, there will be horse and hitch rides, kiddie train rides, a petting zoo, and a Community Ed craft tent.

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Last year, the Steele County ADA hosted a "Drive-In Dairy Days" as a way to celebrate summer during the pandemic. It was such a hit last year (as you can see from the long lines in the picture below) that they figured they would bring it back. Perhaps it'll become an annual event.

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I'm already counting down the days until I can get my hands on a creamy, decadent vanilla malt! I just hope the lines aren't as extensive as they were last year.

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