Six hours after heavy rains washed out the final day of Wisconsin Farm Technology Days, officials have announced plans for exhibitors to re-enter the soggy Tent City site and begin retrieving belongings, vehicles, displays and implements.
The first day of Wisconsin Farm Technology Days in River Falls came and went seamlessly, save for some long traffic backups and early anxiety by hundreds of volunteers, trying to make good impressions. State troopers, deputies and local police were out in force by 6 a.m., shepherding motorists and shuttle buses.
OK, so you don’t know the difference between silage and forage. You wouldn’t dream of asking to test drive a 300-horsepower, four-wheel-drive tractor, and you have little interest in the newest technology for handling animal waste.
But the volunteers who’ve spent almost three years organizing this year’s Farm Technology Days are betting they’ve planned more intriguing activities than you can enjoy in a single day.
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