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Auction of Champions

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​​​Since its inception in 1982, Auction of Champions has raised nearly $4 million for the National Farm Medicine Center​ at Marshfield Clinic, an invaluable resource for the agricultural industry in Wisconsin.​​

Who

Friends of agricultural outreach and safety initiatives dedicated to keeping farmers healthy, happy and safe. 

What

Auction + Co. will feature exciting raffles, exclusive auction packages and locally-raised meat through a four-day virtual market Monday, September 13 through Thursday, September 16 and an evening in-person market on Thursday, September 16. Virtual, in-person or both, hand-pick how you'd like to support the National Farm Medicine Center and their agricultural initiatives dedicated to keeping farmers healthy, happy and safe.

Where​

Virtually

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In-person Market
RiverEdge Golf Course
Marshfield, WI​

When

Virtual Market
Monday, September 13 through Thursday, September 16 

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In-person Market
Thursday, September 16
5:00 p.m. – Cocktail hour
6:00-8:00 p.m. – Market viewing & bidding

Why

Proceeds support the ​National Farm Medicine Center (NFMC)  at Marshfield Clinic Health System.​

NFMC Community Impact

Over the past year, The National Farm Medicine Center has used Auction of Champions funds to:

  • Conduct skin cancer screenings at the Marshfield Farm Show and the Wisconsin Potato and Vegetable Growers Association annual conference. In partnership with MCHS Dermatology professionals, potentially life-saving screening was provided to 245 people. Seventy-one individuals were referred for additional examination.
  • Support AgInjuryNews.org, an open-access online tool containing a database of thousands of agricultural injury reports gleaned primarily from U.S. news outlets. AgInjuryNews.org published 471 reports on its website (www.aginjurynews.org) over the past year, providing a clearer picture of agricultural injuries in Wisconsin and across the nation.
  • Edit the peer-reviewed Journal of Agromedicine, the world’s primary venue for disseminating agricultural safety and health research results. NFMC has edited the journal since 2004.
  • Support the Wisconsin ROPS (Rollover Protection Structure) Rebate Program, which provided up to $865 to farmers for the purpose of retrofitting their tractors with roll bars. 

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For additional information, including sponsorship opportunities and/or donating an auction package, please contact Tiffany Halan at halan.tiffany@marshfieldclinic.org or 715-387-9189.​


​​MCHS Foundation
1000 North Oak Ave - 1R1
Marshfield, WI  54449-5777
1-800-858-5220
​715 387-9249

giving@marshfieldclinic.org​​