At BBI, we bring the best to the field by participating in a number of trade shows throughout the year, and we are looking forward to traveling to New London, Wisconsin for Wisconsin Farm Technology Days, the largest agricultural show in the state and one of the largest in the country.
Each year, the Technology Days show rotates to different family farm settings, and Sugar Creek Farm and Heideman Farms will co-host the event from Outagamie County. The theme for this year’s event, “Innovation in Agribusiness,” fits BBI to a tee, and we are thrilled to be showing our line of spreaders optimized for precision agriculture applications.
Wisconsin Farm Technology Days provides visitors the opportunity to see and talk with more than 600 commercial and educational exhibitors about their machinery, equipment, facilities, products, and services. The show will feature a wide variety of agricultural products and services used in dairy, livestock, and crop production systems in Wisconsin. In addition, specialists and county extension agents from the University of Wisconsin and state and federal agencies will attend and answer questions from participants.
At this year’s show BBI will be participating at the invitation of our longtime dealer partner in the area, AgSystems. Denny McCauley, a member of BBI’s Midwest sales team, will be on-hand to showcase demonstration models of the MagnaSpread, our line of hydraulic spreaders optimized for precision farming applications for granular fertilizer, lime, and organics and the Grasshopper, our staple 9-foot single-axle mechanical fertilizer spreader optimized for row crops and sod and turf farms.
“We are so thrilled to be taking the MagnaSpread and Grasshopper, two of our finest examples of durability and performance in spreading equipment, to the Wisconsin Farm Technology Days,” stated Lee Kilpatrick, Director of Sales and Marketing at BBI Spreaders. “This group of farmers in the Midwest represents the earliest adopters of new technology, and we are always looking to advance new technology in the service of precision farming.”
Farmers of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and the Dakotas—Denny and the AgSystems team are looking forward to meeting you and answering questions about our products, parts, and services.