Kewaunee County grows during Wisconsin Farm Technology Days
Algoma, Wis. – After three days, the Executive Committee for Kewaunee County Farm Technology Days 2017 is proud to report the event at Ebert Enterprises was an overall success.
Kewaunee County is the first to host Wisconsin Farm Technology Days and have more individuals attend the three-day event than the county’s total population as far as records show. In the first two days alone, the show nearly attracted the number of the county’s residents.
Additionally, organizers were excited to learn the first day of the show attracted over 10,000 visitors, the highest attendance on day one in several years. The official Opening Ceremony had a record-breaking 550 attendees, including Governor Scott Walker and Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection Secretary Ben Brancel.
Along with welcoming visitors, venders, exhibitors and people from across the Midwest, there were a number of interesting stories to come out of the week.
-An all-time record of nearly 1,900 volunteers from Kewaunee County and the surrounding areas came together to work on 18 committees and subcommittees over the three-day show to make it a success.