2015 Wisconsin Farm Technology Days Dane County Statz Bros. Inc. Farm
The Wisconsin Farm Technology Days is the largest agricultural show in Wisconsin and one of the largest in the nation. The three-day outdoor event showcases the latest improvements in production agriculture, including many practical applications of recent research findings and technological developments. Each year, it is held in a different Wisconsin county - on a different host family farm.
Wisconsin Farm Technology Days provides visitors the opportunity to see and talk with more than 600 commercial and educational exhibitors in Tent City who are eager to visit with them about their machinery, equipment, facilities, products, and services needs. A wide variety of agricultural products and services used in today's dairy, livestock, and crop production systems in Wisconsin will be on display. In addition, specialists and county extension agents from the University of Wisconsin and state and federal agencies are on hand to answer questions. Educational exhibits, special interest displays, and field machinery demonstrations provide something of interest for everyone.
Since the first show held in Waupaca County in 1954, the Board of Directors of the Wisconsin Farm Technology Days, Inc. - a tax-exempt, educational organization- has guided the annual show. The Board is comprised of representatives of state and federal agencies involved in agriculture and natural resources, the University of Wisconsin, and the agribusiness/industry and farming sectors.
Virtually all activity at the host county level is coordinated and managed by the county's University of Wisconsin-Extension Office in cooperation with the county's Farm Technology Days committee and 700-1000 volunteers.
In 2015, we are proud to have Statz Bros. Inc. Farm host Wisconsin Farm Technology Days in Dane County.
WFTD 2014 Show Program is now available online.
Exhibitors receive final instructions for participating in the Show
Mobile Event Guide New for 2014 Farm Technology Days
Wisconsin Farm Technology Days Announces Scholarship Deadline
Kewaunee County is selected as the Host County for 2017
Wisconsin Farm Technology Days 2017 Host County Announced
Since 1954 host counties have developed show logos to promote their shows.
Wisconsin Farm Technology Days, Inc. Announces Three Scholarship Recipients For 2013 Show
Who attended 2013 Show?
2013 WFTD Drawing Results
List of Commemorative Toy Tractors Updated
Contact Information Updated
Scholarship Application Deadline is August 1, 2013
See the 2013 Wisconsin Farm Technology Days in Barron County Program
Available Lodging List Updated 6/11/13
Show Setup Directions for Exhibitors
Scooters Available for People with Disabilities.
Walworth County selected to host 2016 WFTD Show.
Kaltenberg Elected to Board of Directors.
Scholarship Deadline for Barron County WFTD Changed to August 1, 2013.
Peterson Technology Transfer Award announced for the 2012 show in Outagamie County.
Scholarship recipients announced for the 2012 show in Outagamie County.
Exhibitor Services Directory of Landscapers posted for 2013 Show in Barron County.
Exhibitor List Updated for 2013 Show in Barron County
Statz Brothers Farms Hosts for 2015 Show in Dane County
Additional Services Order Form for 2013 is Now Available
Past Show Dates
2015 Host Farm Application Information
Who Attended the 2012 show
Commemorative Toy-Fox Chopper and UW-Madison Connection
Commemorative Toy Tractor and Host Farmer Lists are updated.
2011 Peterson Technology Transfer Award presented to Craven, Drake and Nack
Marathon County Youth is WFTD Scholarship Recipient
Dane County selected as 2015 host county
Pierce County Reflects on Impact of 2010 Show
Deadline for $2000 Scholarship is March 1, 2012 for students who volunteered the 2011 Show near Marshfield
Host Farms introduced at Jan 9 media event
Exhibitors Only! - Advertise in the Official Program
Terri Dallas of Genex Cooperative Inc. joins the WFTD Board of Directors
2011 Drawing Winners
New 2012 Tent City
Who Attended the 2011 Show
After show on July 24
Thursday Field Demonstrations
Scenes From Wednesday
First Day of 2011 Show is History