Today's agriculture website of interest, especially for those involved with dairy cattle, is World Dairy Expo. The exposition is held yearly in Madison, Wisconsin, and attracts visitors from all over the world. More than 68,000 dairy industry enthusiasts make the trip to World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wisconsin. It's the international meeting place for the dairy industry. Expo offers the most elite combination of dairy cattle and exhibits in the world. The expo runs this week, from September 29 to October 3.
Event attendees will find the most modern dairy equipment and the newest dairy technology and innovations, including animal health supplies, milking systems, feeding products, forage handling and manure equipment plus embryos, semen and genetic research. You'll see North America's top dairy cattle compete for honors in seven breed shows. Throughout the week, expo participants can meet herd owners in the barns, place your bids at five cattle auctions and then watch the Parade of Champions and the selection of World Dairy Expo's Supreme Champion.
The World Dairy Expo also has free education seminars on dairy management and other industry issues. Visitors can also explore a variety of farms from around the world and never leave the grounds by participating in the "Virtual Farm Tours". The farm tours, presented by the producers themselves, are the destination for attendees looking to learn more from their peers.
The World Dairy Expo site will list the winners from the contests going on all week, including the 4-H and intercollegiate dairy cattle judging contests, along with the class placings from each of the breed shows.