While the staff at the World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wisconsin, is still in the process of planning for this year’s event, a final decision hasn’t been made yet on whether it will take place.
The event is scheduled to start in late September, and staff members are keeping an eye on conditions surrounding COVID-19 and its potential impact on the show. While they are still moving forward with planning the event, future health declarations, and the well-being and safety of Expo exhibitors, attendees, and volunteers are of the utmost importance and will guide their future decision making.
Out of respect to the heightened economic hardships the industry faces, a final decision to hold or cancel the 2020 edition of the World Dairy Expo will be made by the executive committee on July 1. Whether they cancel the event or hold it as scheduled, the decision will be communicated extensively.
World Dairy Expo says it’s proud to be the gathering place of a resilient, united, global dairy community, and looks forward to continuing this tradition in Madison, Wisconsin, for the 54th year, scheduled for September 29 – October 3 of this year.
(From the National Association of Farm Broadcasters)