New equipment, new efficiencies, new excitement — same tradition of serving America’s Dairyland. A springtime tradition is back in one month with the return of the WPS Farm Show.

Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) will welcome tens of thousands of farmers and exhibitors to its 62nd WPS Farm Show, March 26-28 at the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) grounds in Oshkosh.

Farm Show facts

The WPS Farm Show provides farmers with an up-close look at hundreds of innovations and products that can help their farms grow and be more efficient. A total of 20,000 people from the Upper Midwest are expected to attend during the three-day event. Nearly 400 exhibitors from across the United States and Canada will take part, displaying a wide variety of products such as robotic milking equipment, precision planting technology and large farm machinery.

A man looks at a digital steering display while speaking to two representatives of an exhibitor at the WPS Farm Show.

Helping farmers in the heartland for six decades

WPS has hosted the WPS Farm Show since 1961 to support farmers. The springtime showcase connects farmers — from small family farms to large dairy operations — with exhibitors whose products can help their farms thrive and expand. It also allows WPS employees to meet with farmers and talk with them about using energy safely and efficiently on their farms.

Additional attractions

Visitors to this year’s WPS Farm Show also can check out:

  • The WPS Farm Show Food Tent, featuring dishes and treats prepared by several state nonprofit groups.
  • The WPS booth, featuring modern farm wiring displays. WPS agricultural services consultants will be available to meet and talk with customers in the booth throughout the show (Hangar A).
  • A three-day silent auction benefitting the Wisconsin FFA Foundation (Hangar B).
  • Kids’ tractor pull, sponsored by BigIron Auctions (March 27 at 12:30 p.m.).
  • Free health screenings from University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh nursing students and ThedaCare Rural Health Initiative.

The WPS Farm Show takes place 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 26 and 27, and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 28. Admission is free. There is a $5 charge to park on the EAA grounds.