It’s soon going to be time for World Ag Expo and maybe you don’t know how committed to the dairy industry this show is. According to the latest news from the Expo:
A wide selection of informative dairy seminars and exhibits will be featured daily at the 2006 World Ag Expo, Feb. 14-16. All World Ag Expo seminars are free with paid admission. Dairy seminars are designed to assist dairymen in the planning and operation of their dairies. The 2006 seminars will be held in the Hilvers Building, located on the east end of the World Ag Expo show grounds at Median and S Streets, and are coordinated by DairyBusiness Communications.
“We look to help dairymen run their businesses at maximum efficiency for maximum profit,” said 2006 World Ag Expo Chairman, Erin Ferguson.
Tulare County, the home of the International Agri-Center, where the World Ag Expo is held, is the most productive dairy region in the world. Exhibits, equipment, products, technologies, and services are housed in the 80,000 square foot Dairy Center and surrounding areas during the World Ag Expo.
In addition to the seminars you can look forward to tours of local dairy operations too:
Each day of the show, visitors can choose either a Dairy/Farm Tour or an Agribusiness Tour. Tours are scheduled to run concurrently, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., leaving from the Heritage Complex, located on the west end of the show grounds. Farm Tours Committee Chairman, David Watte, chose sites that will be in “full swing” operation during February, providing a maximum experience at each site.