Cones for a Cause will join a lineup of activities from Lamers Dairy during June Dairy Month.
Lamers Dairy in Appleton, WI, is proud to bring back its Cones for a Cause program during June Dairy Month. As a company committed to giving back to the local community, Lamers Dairy has pledged to give proceeds from the 2023 Cones for a Cause campaign to St. Joseph Food Program which helps local families in need.
In celebration of June Dairy Month, small soft serve ice cream cones will be discounted to 50-cents each (cash only) at the Lamers Dairy Country Store on Speel School Road in Appleton. Lamers Dairy’s delicious soft serve ice cream is made with their award-winning rBGH-free milk and cream produced from local family farms in Northeast Wisconsin.
“All month-long proceeds from our Cones for a Cause program will support St. Joe’s, a program we appreciate and believe in,” said Mark Lamers, President, Lamers Dairy. “Serving the people of Wisconsin and giving back to the community is at the heart of what we do—it has been for the past 110 years.”
The Cones for a Cause program will be part of a lineup of other activities and store promotions happening at Lamers Dairy throughout the month of June.
June Dairy Month began in 1937 as a national campaign to promote drinking milk and has since become an annual month-long tradition to recognize and honor the dairy industry.
Effective April 1, 2022, Lamers Dairy returnable glass bottle deposits will be raised from $1.50 to $2.00.
Since the price of our bottles is increasing, we’re finding it necessary to raise the deposit amount. In doing so, we still promise to provide you the highest quality, freshest milk possible, at a price you can afford.
We will refund $2.00 deposits for any bottle returned as of April 1 as well. As always, remember that you can return your rinsed glass bottle to our Country Store, the retailer from which you purchased the product, or better yet, ANY retailer that sells Lamers Dairy products in glass bottles!
We appreciate your business and continued support!
We are now hiring! Lamers Dairy, a family owned & operated fluid dairy processor & distributor, is hiring a few new team members. See below to learn more about our open positions.
Lamers Dairy is a family owned and operated dairy in Appleton, Wisconsin. Since 1913, five generations of the Lamers family have taken pride in producing the highest quality milk and other dairy products. Our Lamers Dairy Country Store is located right at the dairy where you can purchase our full family of products including our signature milk in glass bottles, and one of the best selections around of cheese and other Wisconsin items. You can even view our award-winning milk being bottled through a 30-foot viewing window right in the store, just look for the red farm building and blue silo off of 441 and CE in Appleton.
We invite you to apply to join the Lamers Dairy family today! Interested candidates can email a resumé to Julie.Peterson@LamersDairyInc.com or stop into the store to complete an application.
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Lamers Dairy gets all of our milk from just a few carefully chosen family farms located within 30 miles of our dairy. We pay our local family farmers more for providing higher quality milk from healthier cows. Visit us online today: https://lamersdairyinc.com/
Jacob Lamers, Sr. started Lamers Dairy in 1913 in the village of Kimberly, Wisconsin, and it is still family owned and operated to this day. In 1913 raw milk was distributed to the villagers in preserve cans which were delivered to customers as members of the family went to school in the morning.
The following year, the Lamers family began using a horse and buggy as the milk cart. In 1919 the first truck was purchased.
The first milk bottles imprinted with the Lamers name were introduced in 1931 and the first mechanical refrigeration in the village was installed in 1932. Hand-operated milk bottling gave way to automatic equipment and just a year later the Lamers family installed equipment to pastueurize milk. In 1941, Lamers Dairy introduced homogenized milk to the village and also doubled the size of their building.
In 1950, the building was expanded again and a laboratory was installed for quality testing of all dairy products. In 1998, the business was moved to the current location on Speel School Road in Appleton, Wisconsin. Today five of the Lamers children are actively involved in the business. Two of the next generation work full-time for Lamers Dairy and four work part-time while attending high school and college.