LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - Farmers from all over the Midwest are in La Crosse this week for the 36th annual Midwest Farm Show.
The two-day event features more than 300 exhibitors selling everything a farmer needs for the year.
There is also entertainment for the family and Gundersen Health System is on hand to give health screenings.
Organizers say the event grows every year.
"It's just neat to see every year what they come up with and how they increasingly grow in dimension and they bring different things here and their booth sizes increase and all the new equipment they bring in," Midwest Farm Show Director Bill Henry said.
The event is free and runs until 3:30 p.m. on Thuresday at the La Crosse Center.
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