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Visit a Dairy in Michigan

Submitted by on July 11, 2011 – 12:14 pmNo Comment

Got milk? Agriculture is one of Michigan’s top industries, and visitors can have fun learning about it on a dairy farm visit. Road Trips Foodies wandering Michigan this summer should schedule a stop at one of these:

Cook’s Farm Dairy, 2950 Seymore Lake Road, Ortonville, Michigan, is home to 150 milking cows. At the dairy, milk and ice cream are processed for sale. Visitors love Cow Pie, a mix of double dark chocolate, caramel swirl, and chocolate covered cashews.

Country Dairy in New Era, northeast of Muskegon, Michigan, has been producing milk since 1983. Farm tours begin in “Moo School” (the visitor center), which illustrates the history of Country Dairy, dairy farming, and the dairy industry. Kids 5-12 years of age can sign up for the Country Dairy Farm Camp held Tuesdays and Thursdays (advance registration is a must).

Calder Dairy, 9334 Finzel Road, Carleton, Michigan, has been operating since 1946, and is renowned for its holiday egg nog. Visitors are welcome both at the dairy farm in Carleton and the ice cream parlor (1020 Southfield Road, Lincoln Park, Michigan) where they offer 34 homemade flavors.

(Photo courtesy of Country Dairy)

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