We've been to it the last three years and it has really grown! It's so organized and informational. It's a free breakfast plus a farm tour, but it's much more: Equipment, feed samples, quizzes and prizes for kids, signs explaining everything, volunteers (many of them farmers) answering questions, informational tables from different organizations ... and ice cream. I think it's wonderful that farmers are hosting these breakfasts and I'm glad so many people are attending.
Since I'm asked about this a lot, I particularly liked this sign:
People from all backgrounds go to these ... even farm kids like mine. A stranger asked my son, "Do you want to be a farmer when you grow up?" My son nodded, wondering how the man guessed, until my mom said, "His dad is!"