The New Holland team is making a huge presence at this year’s World Dairy Expo, which is being held for the second year in the state of the art New Holland Pavillon at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, WI.
The new facilities make it much easier for exhibitors to house the 2100 cows that attend the show by consolidating the dated, previously existing barns, and allowing exhibitors to stay under one roof.
Mike Cornman, Segment Marketing Manager for New Holland, sat down with AgWired to discuss the Pavilion and New Holland’s presence at the Expo.
“It’s been a great opportunity for New Holland to partner with Dane County and the Alliant Energy Center to build the new Pavilions, and to be able to help the show grow as it expands in exhibits,” he said, “Our support will continue to grow with the expo.”
New Holland also has sponsored the New Holland Trade Center, a tent that offers additional space for the 800 commercial exhibitors that attend the nation’s largest dairy trade show.
Within the trade center, attendees will find a full Line of New Holland equipment on display, including the new T6 series, several different round balers, and the FR Forage Cruiser line of harvesters.
“We recognize that this is an important event, and many dairy producers come here from around the world to see the new technology that is related to the dairy industry,” says Cornman, “We want to show dairy producers that from making their hay to feeding that hay, we’ve got a full line of equipment at New Holland to support them.”
Listen to my interview with Mike here: Interview with Michael Cornman, Case New Holland
View and download photos from the event here: 2015 World Dairy Expo Photo Album