During COVID-19, agriculture is designated as an essential business. We are continuing to produce nutritious dairy foods for your families during this difficult, challenging time.
Right now, our farm is closed to all visitors.
The health of our employees, their families and our community is our priority. Stay safe.
Our life. Our work. Our home.
In 1948, Alvin and Milly Kinnard had a dream: to start their own family dairy farm. They started with 14 cows and 80 acres, using money borrowed from their parents. Through their progressive approach and commitment to hard work, the farm prospered and grew. Today, we are proud to continue the family tradition of caring for our land and producing the high-quality milk we are known for.
Our parents’ goal was to build a business that would last for generations, and it has. We are proud to be a part of the Kewaunee County community, and employ many of our neighbors and friends. While there are long days, struggles, and lots of hard work, it’s good work, and we take pride in knowing we’re producing food that feeds families, as we hold true to our parents’ original vision.
Rod and Maureen Kinnard
Jackie and David Stewart