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Highland Dairy, LLC

Host Family - Mike, Linda, and Corey

1207 Highland Drive 

Kewaskum, WI 53040

Note - Google Map at bottom of this page.

                                                            We'd like to share a bit of family history with you........

Father - Mike Enright - 4th generation Enright's in farming

Son - Corey Enright - 5th generation Enright's in farming

The Enright family began farming in the mid-late 1800's in Town of Farmington, located seven miles northeast of West Bend, WI. Mike Enright (4th generation) grew up on the family homestead; working side by side with his dad, Ken Enright, and his mon Janet Enright and two brothers.

Upon their oldest son's graduation from college, Mike and his wife Linda decided to branch off from the family farm and begin their own family business.

In 1997, they moved their small herd to a neighbor's farm.  There, Mike and Linda along with their two sons, Corey and Jason (5th generation) milked 50 cows in a stanchion barn equipped with a traditional milk pipeline.  Early mornings were spent scraping the stalls, bedding and feeding the herd by hand.

In 2000, the family moved their herd to Highlight Dairy located at 1207 Highland Dairy, Kewaskum, WI.  In the early years, the herd was milked twice a day in a double six parallel parlor.

The parlor later expanded to sixteen stalls and grew the herd to roughly 330 milk cows.  Milking three times a day with hired help, they saw the need to make some lifestyle changes to accommodate their growing families and farming operations.

In 2016, construction began on a state of the art robotic milking facility, the second one in Washington County.  The farm also installed a manure pit.

By 2017, the herd moved into their present facility, which houses six DeLaval VMS robotic milking stations, automatic feed and manure pushing equipment, and Comfort Cow technology.  

Mike and Linda have two adult sons: Corey and Jason, a daughter-in-law Jen and they are the proud grandparents of eight grandchildren: Abigail, Ranen, Madison, Hadley, Lauren Eisley, Kaitlynn and Tysen.

Farm chores include bedding and feeding of 60 dry cows, 250 open heifers, 100 pregnant heigers, 50 calves and roughly 150 head of Holstein steers on feedlots.

Corey is the dairy's herdsmen and he also manages the dairy's 5 (full & part-time) employees.  Mike and his brother Tom handle the field operations.  

For more information on their dairy's operations, visit their Facebook page Highland Diry LLC Robotics-North America.

Directions to the Farm

Parking will be off of the farm at the following locations

Boltonville Fire Department

Farmington Town Hall

Buses will shuttle you to and from the farm.

We apologize for any inconveniences, this is due to the wet weather conditions.