Most dairy farmers are hard workers, spending long hours managing the business and tending to the herd. A dairy farmer deserves a chance to relax once in awhile and a birthday celebration provides that opportunity. When planning a party for the farmer, keep his personality and interests in mind. Not everyone appreciates the same types of parties.
With the task of managing a large dairy farm, many farmers may not often get the chance to take a vacation. Plan a weekend birthday getaway party where the dairy farmer and a small group of friends take a short vacation to a nearby location. Prearrange with other farm staff to ensure they will take care of the animals. Devote one of the vacation days to celebrating the birthday, with a meal at a local restaurant, then cake. Short vacation ideas include camping at a state park, going to a beach or visiting a large city.
The dairy farmer probably takes great pride in his enterprise. If he has a sense of humour, throw him a farm-themed, kid-style party. Send invitations shaped like cows, milk jugs or even a cheese wedge. Decorate with stalks of corn, hay bales, pictures of the barnyard and cows. Party supply stores or online retailers usually carry farm-themed paper cups and plates. Incorporate dairy products made from milk into the menu, such as ice cream, cheese or milkshakes. For the cake, decorate in a black-and-white pattern like a spotted cow.
Since managing a dairy farm requires so much work, a farmer might not get the chance to dine out very often. Plan her birthday party at a local restaurant she enjoys. Reserve a party room, if available, and invite the farmer's friends, farmhands and family. Some dining establishments offer discounts for large parties or may provide an in-house catering option. Hold a roast during the party where guests can stand and voice their appreciation for the birthday honoree.
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