Special Report

WFTD a big success

Despite a rain delay on Wednesday, Wisconsin Farm Technology Days wrapped up a very successful run in Dodge County yesterday. Preliminary numbers show nearly 80,000 people attended the show this year with Wednesday being the biggest day as more than 28,000 went through the gates.

As expected, the Crave Brothers dairy operation was a big draw as more than 30,000 took the tram-tour of the farm over the three days.

Dodge County Executive Committee chair Dave Frohling commended the volunteers and the Craves for making the show such a success, “its obvious people take pride in agriculture and their community.”

Next year the show moves to western Wisconsin, Pierce County hosted by the Roger and Bev Peterson family near River Falls.

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