News from 2024: 

By once again hosting a full trade show floor, informative breakout sessions and plenty of space for networking, it’s little wonder why the annual Wisconsin Corn·Soy Expo attracted a record number of attendees to the Kalahari Conference Center.   

“We keep breaking attendance records,” said Nicole Wagner, executive director of the Wisconsin Corn Growers Association (WCGA).  

More than 1,300 farmers, stakeholders and industry leaders attended the two-day conference and trade show – an increase of a few hundred from the 2023 event. The expo, which unveiled a fresh look in 2024, is jointly hosted by WCGA, the Wisconsin Soybean Association and Wisconsin Pork Association and supported more than 20 industry sponsors. More than 120 agribusinesses exhibited at this year’s Wisconsin Corn·Soy Expo. 

“It was another great event, very pleased with how it came about,” said WSA Steve Trzebiatowski, who is one of three WSA directors serving on the event’s planning committee. “There were lots of good interactions and responses from farmers and our vendors.”  

The conference also showcased more than two dozen sessions and panels that provided growers and industry professionals with valuable resources – from economics to agronomy to mental health – to succeed in the year ahead. Once again, the Beer & Bull session, hosted by University of Wisconsin Extension Soybean Specialist Shawn Conley, was held to a standing-room only audience. On Thursday, WPA hosted its popular Porkapalooza. The live and silent auction funds from Porkapalooza help support youth and industry programs throughout Wisconsin.  

The 2025 Wisconsin Corn·Soy Expo is set for February 6th – 7th  at the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells. 

Head to https://cornsoyexpo.org/ for more info.