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Friday, 25 April 2008 10:41

Visitors from throughout the Midwest and Canada converged on Oshkosh, Wisconsin last month to attend the Wisconsin Public Service Farm show.

The show, which went from April 1-3, drew large crowds despite wet and cold conditions.

Held at the Experimental Aircraft Association grounds in Oshkosh, exhibits spanned across four different airplane hangars, along with many outdoor exhibits on the 10-acre show site. Farmers had over 400 exhibitors to visit and learn of the latest in farm technology.

Beyond the many companies represented, the show also offered seminars to teach and educate on issues in the industry, a silent auction held daily to benefit the Wisconsin FFA Foundation, and a Kiddie Tractor Pull with weighted sleds.

For more information about the Wisconsin Public Service Farm show, call Jeff Tomcek at (866) 920-3276 or visit www.wisconsinpublicservice.com/farm/farmshow.aspx  PD


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