The site preparation for Wisconsin Farm Technology Days is officially underway and in order to keep set up running smoothly at Ebert Enterprises, the Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Department is asking drivers to avoid a section of County K. Drivers are asked to find an alternate route around K between County D and Hwy. 54 near Algoma, as this is the primary route being used by volunteers and vendors who are traveling to the host family’s farm. “We would like to create as safe of an environment as possible for all of those who are working to make this event for Kewaunee County a great success,” says Sheriff Matt Joski, Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Department. The state’s largest agricultural show, traditionally draws 45,000 people annually over the course of three days and this is the first time in it will be held in Kewaunee County. Wisconsin Farm Technology Days will be hosted, July 11-13 at Ebert Enterprises, LLC.