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CRANBERRIES UP CLOSE: Learn about cranberry production and experience a bog at Innovation Square.

Innovation Square to showcase latest in ag tech

Don’t miss the 2018 Wisconsin Farm Technology Days, July 10-12 in Marshfield.

Marshfield Clinic Health Systems Innovation Square will be located between Sixth Street North and Sixth Street South and Central and University avenues at Wisconsin Farm Technology Days, set for July 10-12.

The 2018 show will be held at Daryl and Brenda Sternweis’ farm just west of Marshfield.

Innovation Square will highlight the latest technology offered by agricultural companies and university faculty. The square will also showcase the three main agricultural industries in Wood County, along with the area’s beautiful parks. Marshfield Clinic Health Systems will be offering health information and screenings.

Stop in and learn about cranberry production, and experience a bog. Learn about family-owned dairy processors, and visit a display of forestry equipment. Visit the food market to take home some delicious products grown and processed right in Wood County.

The square will also feature a scale model of the “World’s Largest Round Barn,” the focal point of the Wood County Fairgrounds, along with models designed and built by local students. Stop by the Wood County Parks booth and find out about the outdoor recreation opportunities in the County.

Don’t forget to take a selfie with the Cranberry Guy and mascots from the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters baseball team and Riverkings hockey team.

Source: Wisconsin Farm Technology Days

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