By Tim Kowols
There will not be a shortage of educational opportunities for attendees to this year’s Wisconsin Farm Technology Days in Kewaunee County. Farmers will be able to check out the newest innovations in the demonstration areas while children will be able to follow the path their food takes from farm to table. The UW-Extension office will also have a large presence at the three-day event inside their own tent with a number of specialists lined up to cover a variety of topics including dairy, farm business and marketing, and water quality. Door County Extension Agriculture Educator Annie Deutsch says attendees will have a chance to interact and learn a lot about the industry.
The UW-Extension Education Station and Soil Pit will be located on Britty’s Memory Lane inside the Farm Technology Days Tent City all three days of the event, which begins on Tuesday.