Agribusiness Farm Tour
Mid-State’s Agribusiness Farm Tour is an annual showcase of innovative technology and agriculture practices designed to help producers enhance their current operations. And this year, we’re going virtual! All are invited to this online live event, including current and past students, farm families, agribusiness partners, and other community and business associates.
The Farm Tour includes networking between current agriculture students, agribusinesses, and those interested in agriculture. Online live sessions will provide plenty of opportunities for discussion and sharing of ideas.
- New Year, New You! Leadership in Advocacy for Agriculture in 2021 with Kim Bremmer
- Miltrim Farms' Commitment to Conservation
- Selling from the Farm with Wisconsin Department of Agriculture's Stephanie Hughes and Joel Kuehnhold
- UW-Marshfield ARS's Successful Mastitis Control Program with UW-Extension and UW Marshfield Agriculture Research Station
- Ask the Experts – Open forum/panel discussions with Scott Schultz of WAXX Radio, along with session presenters
- And more!
Wednesday, March 24, 2021
9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
The cost of this event is $26, however, the first 100 registrations will be sponsored by local businesses to reduce the cost to $5. If paying to attend is a challenge, full scholarships may be available through the Continuing Education Department.
Registration is required.
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If you have a disability and require accommodations to participate in this activity, contact the event coordinator as soon as possible, ideally 14 days in advance.