By Tim Kowols
The countdown towards July’s Wisconsin Farm Technology Days has officially begun after Ebert Enterprises and the show’s committees welcomed members of the media Tuesday morning in Algoma. Introduced as the host family for the 64th annual event, Randy Ebert expressed gratitude to a number of people including his wife and children, his parents, his employees, and the committee members that have worked so hard for three years to make the event a reality.
Wisconsin Farm Technology Days General Manager Matt Glewen says it has become obvious in what he has seen and heard over the last several months is the pride Kewaunee County has in its agriculture.
Over 45,000 people are expected to attend the three-day event July 11 to 13, which makes it the largest agricultural show in Wisconsin and one of the biggest in the entire country.