Carver
Troy Landwehr displays a cheese carving of the Olympic gold medal which he created to recognize the most recent Olympic games.

food sculptures has carried over to the carvings made of watermelon and other fruits.

What Landwehr will carve at Calumet County’s Sundae on a Dairy Farm has not been decided. He will consider ideas from the county’s Dairy Promotion Committee and is thinking about a secondary carving of some older farm equipment.

Anyone with a picture of a tractor or other equipment that would be suitable for a cheese carving is invited to e-mail a copy to troy@kerriganbrothers.com,

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which is where he can be found running the retail wine store during regular business hours on many days. The postal mailing address at the store is N2797 STH 55, Freedom, WI 54130.

An extensive compilation of Landwehr’s carvings is available on his Facebook page.

Another featured guest at the 2013 Sundae on a Dairy Farm will be Wisconsin’s 66th Alice in Dairyland Kristin (Natzke) Olson. She was chosen on the evening of May 10 following three days of events and judging in Calumet County.