June 19, 2013 – June 20, 2013
27th Annual Farm Progress Hay Expo
Field demonstrations — mowing, conditioning, chopping, raking, baling & hay handling.
10-acre exhibit field— a variety of exhibits showcasing the latest technology in the haying industry
July 19, 2013 – July 21, 2013
The 25-acre Farm Show site will over-flow with a vast array of farm equipment, seed, feed, agri-chemicals, livestock, farm buildings, grain bins, livestock handling equipment, tires, tools, trailers and much more. The tremendous range of agriculturally-related goods and services annually provides farmers and stockmen with a unique opportunity to shop and compare in one location.
August 20, 2013 – August 22, 2013
Schlaffman Farm in Mitchell, South Dakota
Dakotafest continues to connect industry leading manufacturers/providers with decision making producers. The premier agricultural event in South Dakota, Dakotafest provides both exhibitors and attendees with all their farming and ranching needs.
Dakotafest continues to grow with Farmers and Ranchers from the Entire Northern Plains region with attendees from every county in South Dakota and large numbers of attendees from Nebraska, Iowa, North Dakota, Wyoming and Montana
The Essential Ag Event for the Northern Plains
- Connect 30,000+ attendees with over 550 local and leading companies in the farming industry.
- Present timely educational forums highlighting topics relevant to the issues that today’s farmers face.
- Offer field and livestock demonstrations featuring the latest advancements in the industry.
- Provide dynamic segments and entertaining events to entice and excite both exhibitors and attendees.
August 27, 2013 – August 29, 2013
Farm Progress Show 2013
The nation’s greatest agricultural showcase.
Today, the Farm Progress show enjoys a long and rich history. The Farm Progress Show is the nation’s leading outdoor farm show and features the most extensive state-of-the art information and technology available for today’s agricultural producers. The country’s top agribusinesses, plus many regional and local manufacturers and suppliers, are regular exhibitors.
This major agriculture event gives visitors have the opportunity to see the latest equipment, seed, crop chemicals, field demonstrations, livestock handling and equine events, Ride ‘n Drive, rural life programs and entertainment, arts and crafts, and more. Farmers and ranchers from across North America and around the world visit the Farm Progress Show to see agriculture’s latest product introductions, meet face-to-face with agribusiness professionals and gain hands-on knowledge.
The show now rotates between the Decatur and Boone sites and offers two excellent, long-term, weather-resistant facilities for the nation’s largest outdoor farm show. Both show locations have been designed with highly developed infrastructures and conveniences for exhibitors and show visitors.
September 17, 2013 – September 19, 2013
2013 Features at a Glance
- This is the 51th Farm Science Review, the 31st at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center.
- Hundreds of demonstration plots and several million dollars worth of machinery.
- Twenty-2nd year of inductions into the Farm Science Review Hall of Fame.
- Ohio Farmer Conservation Awards
- OSU Central, featuring demonstrations and displays from OSU colleges and departments.
- Lots of farm safety, home safety and health information.
- Global Positioning Systems (GPS) hands-on demonstrations in the demonstration fields.
- Expanded programs on conservation practices in the Gwynne Conservation Area.
- An arts and crafts exhibit tent.
- Permanent washroom facilities with diaper changing stations.
October 15, 2013 – October 17, 2013
Come see the Bale Band-It Booth # B-4 194B & in the field for lots of field demonstrating.
The 2013 Sunbelt Expo will take place October 15-17 in Moultrie, Georgia. The event attracts upwards of 100,000 visitors from all over the country. Visitors come for three days to peruse 4,000 product lines from 1200 commercial exhibitors, and capitalize on educational opportunities from university and college research specialists.
Welcome to North America’s Premier Farm Show®
Throughout its 35 year history, The Sunbelt Ag Expo has been at the forefront of showcasing the future of agriculture.
From the first four and six row cotton picker demonstrations and self propelled peanut combines to the introduction of the cotton industry’s first commercially available picker equipped with a built-in on board module builder, to breakthrough research on new crop varieties, the Sunbelt Expo has always been the place for visitors to see the newest in agriculture.
November 8, 2013 – November 9, 2013
Where Agriculture meets American Innovation and Texas Heritage.
This year’s event will feature:
- HUNDRED’S OF EXHIBITORS displaying farm and ranch equipment, chemicals and technology in the 170,000 square foot climate controlled Expo Hall.
- LIVE CATTLE HANDLING EQUIPMENT DEMONSTRATION- See the best manual and hydraulic chutes in production put to use.
- Free CEU Credits are available to farmers and ranchers who attend programs conducted by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service.
Also on grounds the Texas Tractor Pulling Extravaganza Friday and Saturday night at 7:30 p.m., when TTTPA brings PRO-STOCK to the floor of Freeman Coliseum. Additional fees apply.
December 3, 2013 – December 5, 2013
Each year, the Amarillo Farm and Ranch Show attracts over 30,000 attendees from Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles, New Mexico, Colorado and Kansas.
The event encompasses every aspect of farming and ranching, and is a one-stop show for attendees to interact with manufacturers, obtain necessary CEU credits and network with other producers in the region.
Make it your plan to attend the Amarillo Farm and Ranch Show NOW! Admission is $7, the proceeds being donated back to the local FFA chapters.
See you at the Show!
December 12, 2013 – December 14, 2013
Come see the Bale Band-It at Booth # 988.5.
Mid America Stockyards of Bristow, OK joins the Tulsa Farm Show as the provider of cattle for scholarship competition and equipment demos.
Estimated Attendance 28,000 – 30,000.