People interested in becoming part of the Barron County Farm Technology Days can get more information by viewing the FTD booth at this year's Barron County Fair, July 18-22.
A number of items at the booth will be for sale. These include: a world-class cookbook called "Blending Tastes of Generations", a cookbook featuring 950 recipes across nine categories, plush animals, t-shirts, and a commemorative tractor.
People can also get more information about the 'Landmark Farm' project. They can sign up at the booth if interested.
Barron County will host the Wisconsin Farm Technology Days on July 9-11, 2013.
Breezy Hill Dairy, owned by Alex and Mary Olson, rural Dallas, will host this event.
For more information, contact Steve Fronk, executive committee member and publicity committee liaison, at 715-205-1798, or go to www.barronfarmtech.com.