The largest farm in the Upper Peninsula had an extra 3,000 mouths to feed in addition to their close to 2,000 cows.
The Johnson Dairy Farm in Daggett opened up to anyone wanting to enjoy the unique breakfast setting.
The farm serves up 6,000 sausages and 2,500 pancakes, if not more, for breakfast on their farm.
"It's great for the family; there's a lot for the kids to do," says Marinette resident, Alicen Menor. "The tractors... the kids love the tractors; the animals, petting the animals; and the food's always good."
Food wasn't the only thing on the menu. Wagon tours were also available, giving a glimpse of life for a dairy farmer.