By Tim Kowols
While much of the Wisconsin Farm Technology Days will focus on the future of farming, Kewaunee County’s Heritage Committee will take a deeper look into its past. Run by non-profit group Agricultural Heritage and Resources, Inc., over 200 tractors and other antique implements will be on display for attendees to look at over the course of the three-day event. Heritage Committee member Sue Sevcik says many of the pieces on display will have Kewaunee County agricultural or manufactured roots.
Sevcik says written or oral histories may be available at each display so attendees can learn more about the equipment. Wisconsin Farm Technology Days will take place July 11-13 at Ebert Enterprises in Algoma.