Meet the girls at Miller’s Dairy Day
The Millers are welcoming the public to their farm Saturday to meet the girls, see how their milk is bottled and enjoy Dairy Day activities.
In its sixth year, Miller’s Dairy Day offers tours, food and entertainment.
The Millers offer a relaxing day on the farm and a chance to pet the cows and calves and sample the fresh, local milk.
“Dairy Day is all about the cows and we just have little things on the side for entertainment,” said Marie Miller. “It’s a chance to meet the cows and make a personal connection.”
There will be face painting and a bubble blowing station. Live music will be provided by ragtime band Grand Resonance, out of Orillia.
Food will available from Affairs Bakery, O’Shea’s and the GNE crew is cooking hot dogs.
Richard Millsap, JD McCourt and Neil Metheral will have their antique tractors on display, Huron Tractor is bringing over a new tractor and Gary Lovelace is bringing roadsters for display.
The event is a team effort with volunteers and support from a number of local businesses – Clay Whitley will have his drone on site, Hamilton Brothers provides supplies, darci-que does the balloons, and Floradale feed company will be on hand to explain the animals’ nutrition.
The farm is open from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Admission is free. Visitors are encouraged to visit the bottling plant first, on their way to the barn.
Miller’s Dairy at Jalon Farms, is located at 7280 County Road 9, just east of Creemore.