A favorite event for farmers is ready to return. Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) will host the 61st anniversary WPS Farm Show March 28-30 on the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) grounds in Oshkosh. Matt Cullen, media relations representative for the WPS Farm Show says the show has a longstanding tradition of helping farmers of all sizes operate as efficiently as possible.
The 2023 WPS Farm Show features approximately 400 exhibitors showcasing the agricultural industry’s latest innovations, including large farm machinery, robotic milking systems and precision planting equipment. These tools can help farms of all sizes run more efficiently and grow their operations.
“This year’s event will feature four hangers and one outdoor tent full of products, equipment and services that can help farms continue to grow and succeed as they go forward,” says Cullen. “In addition to that, there really is something for everybody at the WPS Farm Show, from a delicious food tent to a kids tractor pull event to a silent auction. There really are a number of different things for attendees to see and do over the course of those three days.”
The WPS Farm Show is a great opportunity for farmers and exhibitors to come together, renew relationships and to discuss the particular situations that are happening on their farms. Farmers can learn about what products or services might be able to help them continue to be efficient and manage their costs as they go forward. Having this show right before the spring planting season provides a great opportunity to do just that.
Visitors to the 61st anniversary show also can stop by:
· The WPS Farm Show Food Tent, featuring food from several state nonprofit groups.
· A silent auction benefiting the Wisconsin FFA Foundation and Oshkosh West FFA (located in Hangar B).
· Kids’ tractor pull (March 29 at 12:30 p.m.).
· Health screenings from University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh nursing students and ThedaCare Rural Health Initiative.
The WPS Farm Show takes place 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 28 and 29, and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 30. Admission is free, but there is a $5 charge to park on the EAA grounds.
More information on this year’s event is available here.
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