As the sign says, “Welcome To World Dairy Expo.” I just got on the grounds and set up in my office but I’ve already got a lot of pictures to show you. This will be a little like a travelogue in a way as I try to give you a flavor of what it’s like on this last setup day. After the event I’ll be taking all the photos and making them available in an online photo album.
World Dairy Expo in the news:
Have you ever wondered how information about the World Dairy Expo gets out to the public? It’s all the work of Lisa Behnke, Marketing Manager. She’s hard at work now getting ready for all the media representatives who will be covering Expo. Of course she also does other things and I think you’ll be able to tell from my interview with her that she’s proud of World Dairy Expo and committed to making it even better.
Did I mention that there’s a gift shop at World Dairy Expo? Yep. So bring your shopping list.
Maybe you didn’t know that by visiting World Dairy Expo you can actually tour a number of different farms while you’re at the show! They’re “Virtual Farm Tours.”
Just in case you don’t have the latest schedule here it is:World Dairy Expo’s Dairy Cattle Exhibitors Committee and Board of Directors have approved a new schedule for the 2005 event to accommodate the growing number of animals exhibited at the world’s premier show. World Dairy Expo 2005 Schedule Trade Show Hours remain unchanged:Tuesday – Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 …