Collegiate Farm Bureau at UW-Madison will celebrate its annual Ag Day on Campus with the theme ‘Good farmers. Good food. Great future.’ The event will take place Wednesday, April 19, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Library Mall with the goal of educating students on the importance of agriculture.
As students walk through Library Mall, they will be able to taste Wisconsin food products provided by The University Club, take pictures in the photo booth, learn from agricultural displays and ask questions about agriculture to Collegiate Farm Bureau members. Additionally, 2,000 pints of milk will be handed out and students will be able to use the themed Snapchat filter across campus. Themed can koozies that feature a fun fact about the future of agriculture also will be distributed to students.
Collegiate Farm Bureau members are excited to use this event to agvocate for the agriculture industry. Members are looking forward to sharing their agriculture stories and how they have grown through agriculture.
Sponsors for Ag Day on Campus include Association of Women in Agriculture, Badger Dairy Club, Udder Tech, Inc., GreenStone Farm Credit Services, Renk Agribusiness Institute, Rosy-Lane Holsteins LLC, Milk Source, Vita Plus Corporation, Wisconsin Corn Growers Association, Alpha Gamma Rho, Ebert Enterprises, Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board, Country Pride Meats, Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Beef Council, Wisconsin Pork Association, Wisconsin Honey Producers Association.
Collegiate Farm Bureau at UW-Madison would like to thank the sponsors involved in the success of this event.
The Collegiate Farm Bureau is a UW-Madison student organization acting as a voice for agriculture – striving to educate the local college community about agriculture, the food sciences and agribusiness. The Collegiate Farm Bureau is affiliated with the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation.
For more information, please contact Rachel Gerbitz at 608.322.7183 or email@example.com.
Jim Zdroik says
Has the date been set for 2018. If it has, can there be discussion about including the “Wisconsin Spudmobile” for the upcoming year. I would like to have any questions answered now so it may be included in any planning.