Jefferson County Farm Technology Days still has exhibitor space available.

“We still have both indoor booths and outdoor lots available,” according to Tiffany Chadwick with Wisconsin Farm Technology Days (WFTD).

Wisconsin Farm Technology Days is the largest agricultural show in Wisconsin and one of the largest in the nation. The three-day outdoor event showcases the latest improvements in production agriculture. Each year, it is held in a different Wisconsin county on a host farm.

This year’s show will be hosted by Walter Grain Farms in Johnson Creek on July 23-25. The show is open Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Wednesday from 9 a.m. with extended show hours on Wednesday until 7 p.m.

Wisconsin Farm Technology Days provides visitors the opportunity to see and talk with more than 600 commercial and educational exhibitors. A wide variety of agricultural products and services used in today's dairy, livestock, and crop production systems will be on display. In addition, specialists and county extension agents from the University of Wisconsin and state and federal agencies are on hand to answer questions.

Each year the show also features exhibits that focus on rural living. People of all ages will find something of interest. Visitors can experience equipment field demonstrations, youth activities, family living educational exhibits, entertainment, arts and crafts, equine events and a heritage equipment display to name just a few. Collectors can check out the commemorative toy.

Companies interested in exhibiting have the option of an indoor 12’ x 12’ booths or an outdoor lot ranging in size from 25’ x 50’ to 50’ x 70’.

The event offers a way for companies (exhibitors) to meet directly with farmers and other agriculture industry professionals.

For more information, visit the website at and click the “Exhibitors” tab on the top.

For more information, contact Chadwick at or 920-350-5364.

Wisconsin Farm Technology Days (WFTD) is a non-profit, educational organization that has sponsored an annual event showcasing agriculture and related industries since 1954.

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