Kelley Country Creamery’s old-fashioned premium ice cream is crafted in our new Creamery on our dairy farmstead that has been part of the Kelley family since 1861.
The Kelley family has been churning homemade ice cream as a treat for generations, and now we are finally sharing our passion for great ice cream with other ice cream lovers like you. We use the farm-fresh, non-homogenized milk from our cows and carefully craft it with the recipes I have perfected, combine it with top quality local ingredients, and of course, Kelley TLC, to create premium ice cream that truly tastes homemade.
Karen and Tim Kelley, and their five children – Amie, Betsy, Heidi, Molly and Clark – operate this 200-acre farmstead dairy and tend the 65 Holsteins that provide the GradeA milk for their new Creamery. The farm is located on Kelly Road, a country road near Fond du Lac that has been the location for 39 Kelley families who have lived in this Irish community during the past 150 years.
The Kelleys are committed to sustainable agriculture, recognized for their farming practices, and keep their cows on green pastures, weather permitting which is important for milk quality and taste.
Kelley Country Creamery is a special place, with a viewing window in the ice cream parlor so visitors can watch the ice cream being made, while enjoying their favorite flavors at the same time. And the Creamery’s old-fashioned sun porch is a perfect spot to experience Wisconsin’s countryside while viewing a working dairy from the hillside that over looks the Kelley’s farm.