EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WLAX/WEUX) – Next month, Eau Claire County will serve as host for Wisconsin farm technology days for the first time in nearly three decades.

Today, organizers held a virtual discussion ahead of the three-day event.

The show was originally planned for last year at Huntsinger Farms – just outside of Eau Claire.

However, it had to be re-scheduled due to the pandemic.

The state’s department of agriculture, trade and consumer protection secretary-designee says the family who owns the farm offered to keep close to 300 acres out of rotation so it could still host the event this year.

Randy Romanski, Wisconsin DATCP Secretary-Designee said, “Farm technology is already a great way to celebrate Wisconsin’s diversity. I’ve traveled around to the farms in the years that I’ve been at the agency. No matter where the farm technology days event goes, there’s something to celebrate.”

Farm technology days will be July 20 through 22.

Again, it’s at Huntsinger Farms – just off state highway 37, south of Eau Claire.

Hours are 9 am to 4 pm each day.

Single-day tickets are 10- dollars, 3-day passes are 25- dollars, and a five-person family pack for one day is 40- dollars.