TRADE displays and information seminars will be held at next year's International Dairy Week.
The news comes after organisers hailed the new format a success.
"We are thrilled with the whole expo and event," event manager Robyn Barber said.
"It was a challenge turning a renowned and well-supported show into an expo, (but) we had both exhibitors and the general public saying the workshops and machinery field days were exceptional."
The event appeared to attract bigger crowds, particularly to the youth day on Monday, but organisers said that numbers were difficult to confirm because admission was free.
In the show ring, this year will be etched into history books.
Not only was Eloora Pastoral Company's Australian grand champion Jersey Willow Dell Fancy 512 the first Jersey to win the prestigious title, it was also the first cow by an Australian sire to win the trophy.
But you would have to go a long way to beat Eloora Pastoral Company's strike rate at this year's event.
The Griffiths family bought one animal - the grand champion Jersey.
Not a bad effort for confessed "Holstein people".
"We are still Holstein people, we have always been Holstein people," Ian Griffiths said.
"We bought into a (Jersey) herd three years ago ... 200 cows."
"We just needed more milk and the herd was close and handy, they are a good herd of dairy cows.
"It (also) creates a bit more interest with two breeds rather than just the one."
Ian, his brothers Andrew and Carl, with his wife Tammy and parents Ross and Robyn, milk 550 head, 400 Holsteins and 150 Jerseys, at Blighty in NSW.
The supreme champion Jersey also won the four-year-old class at the Royal Melbourne Show in 2009 for previous owners the Waters family of Deniliquin, in NSW.
Two years ago she was first in the five-year-old class at IDW and she also has been awarded an honourable mention at the annual event.
She also proved a stand out in the paddock when she won the mature class of the Semex-Jersey Australia Great Southern Challenge late last year.