The largest agricultural show in Wisconsin is coming to Marathon County this week.
Wisconsin Farm Technology Days runs from Tuesday through Thursday. With more than 600 exhibits, organizers say there will be plenty to do for the whole family.
The event at Seehafer Farms just outside of Marshfield will include historic farm equipment, a horse show, livestock expo, and a steam show. Organizers say every year the show offers something new, like larger equipment.
"That's one thing people can't get over, the choppers, the combines, the large primary tillage equipment, and operating it is almost like sitting in the cockpit of a jet plane," said Organizer Mike Wildeck.
The last time the show was in Marathon County was back in 1996. This year, adult tickets are $5 and kids younger than twelve can get in free.
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