Jennifer: Ever Try Shatto in the Eye?

The Shatto Farm tour has been on my list of

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11 Responses to Jennifer: Ever Try Shatto in the Eye?

  1. Anonymous says:

    Jenny Wheat
    I am a huge fan of the Shatto brand. So important to support this great local resource. Their milk rocks.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Collective Noses
    Very cool article and I only recently became aware of Shatto milk. Ironically enough, my daughter’s girl scout troop took a tour, on a Saturday, which brought my attention to the banana milk.

    I’m guessing the parents pushing strollers through hay were wishing they were quick and nimble as well.

  3. Anonymous says:

    MikeZ.
    I too was on this tour last Saturday after it had been on my to-do list for a while. I was in a group of five adults, zero kids (no double date but we very well may have been giggling). I was mostly interested in Shatto’s own take on what makes them different (no plastic single-use container waste, no growth hormones, natural grass-fed cows), what else they do to be different from the big dairy operations, and maybe some company history, but with the enormous group of out of control kids and their worthless parents, these topics were sadly barely mentioned. I wouldn’t mind a 21+ version of this tour (maybe with some of that Boulevard cheese).

    Also, don’t forget about the new coffee flavored milk they mentioned coming out soon, through a partnership with Danny O’Neill of The Roasterie!

  4. Anonymous says:

    mcnasty
    Great article Jen. Yes! Yes! Shatto for the Gato!!!! and Blanc & Blue Stem Rocks!!!! Need to get Cafe Trio on board.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Tracy
    I loved this story. Good writing style as well. I agree on the photo op–they need a camera system. And yes, overachieving Brooksider parents with kids in strollers: get a sitter! Do not ruin the Brookside Art Fair or Shatto Dairy. Stay home and write those applications to get your kids into private schools.

  6. Anonymous says:

    smartman
    Out of control kids and their worthless parents….Welcome to the KC metro area, where style trumps substance and morals, manners and discipline are not required or expected. Where over rated public school systems will baby sit you and give you an IEP while mummy and diddy save for that KU tuition so that when you graduate you can further destroy once great companies like Hallmark, YRC, Sprint, Garmin and Applebee’s or expand your horizons in the growing field of residential real estate sales. The dream is yours to create.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Brother Grimm
    I love you more with every post I read of yours Jennifer. You made me chuckle several times reading this great article.

    PS
    I would love to see your crazy dance, that part was really funny ; )

  8. Anonymous says:

    Brother Grimm
    I love you more with every article I read of your Jennifer. You had me chuckling several times reading this great article.

    PS
    I would love to see your crazy dance, that part was really funny ; )

  9. Anonymous says:

    bye bye
    ….and your moderation of comments is why I stopped coming here. Today I just stopped in for the first time in a long while, and thought this was good, so Iposted a good comment which you banished to oblivion …… lmao at your your heavy handed editing.

    BS moderating makes this a no fun zone.

    good luck, bye bye.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Lauren
    Lauren wants to know:
    Do milk stains come out of your clothes? I was thinking wearing my wedding dress up to Shatto Dairy hoping to maybe find me a husband who knows how to milk this cow. But gosh, what if he squirted chocolate milk on my pre-purchased wedding dress/trolling dress? Daddy would never forgive me!!!

  11. Anonymous says:

    jennifer
    I didn’t delete or edit any comments on this article, bye bye.
    Jennifer

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