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Updated: July 23, 2019 @ 12:31 pm
Dylan Kessenich says his 4-year-old daughter, Aubrey, may be the fourth generation of the Kessenich family to milk cows on the farm near Arlington -- the site of Saturday's Columbia County Moo-Day Brunch.
Laura Ames, 4, of Arlington enjoys the view from the driver's seat of a Massey Harris tractor.
Judah Wilson, 3, and his sister Abi Wilson, 4, of Lodi, pet 3-week-old Hampshire piglets.
State Rep. Jon Plumer, R- Lodi, scoops strawberries onto a bowl of Sassy Cow vanilla ice cream.
Dan Kessenich shows the gift the Kessenich family received for hosting the Columbia County Moo-Day Brunch -- a painting of a dairy cow on a winter's day.
Michael Schleicher of the town of Caledonia slathers butter on grilled cheese sandwiches.
Meghan Buechel pf Brown County, Wisconsin's 2019 Fairest of the Fairs, promotes the Wisconsin State Fair August 1-11, at the Columbia County Moo-Day Brunch.
The 500 cows on the Kessenich Dairy farm near Arlington stay cool and contented.
Poynette FFA member Hayden Taylor cuddles a 3-week-old Hampshire piglet.
A petting zoo goat seeks attention.
Columbia County Fair Board Secretary Marianne McMillan offers a variety of artisan cheeses for tasting.
ARLINGTON — Mike Grotzke of rural Pardeeville chuckled as some of his six grandchildren reac…
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