This year’s fall farm shows are just around the corner! This fall, Case IH will be exhibiting at three major shows: the Farm Progress Show in Boone, Iowa; Husker Harvest Days in Wood River, Neb.; and the Farm Science Review in London, Ohio.
Farm Progress Show, August 28-30 – Known as the country’s largest farm show, the Farm Progress Show rotates annually between Boone, Iowa, and Decatur, Ill. This year, the show will welcome thousands of visitors and more than 600 exhibitors to Boone. This major agriculture event gives visitors the opportunity to see exhibits featuring agricultural equipment, seed and crop chemicals; attend field and livestock-handling demonstrations and equine events; participate in Ride N’ Drive demonstrations; enjoy rural life programs and entertainment; buy arts and crafts products; and more. Farmers and ranchers from around the world visit the Farm Progress Show to see the newest products, meet face-to-face with agribusiness professionals and gain hands-on knowledge. During the Ride N’ Drive event, Case IH will demonstrate new equipment and preview new technologies in its display area.
Husker Harvest Days, September 11-13 – Husker Harvest Days in Wood River, Neb., is the largest irrigated farm show in the United States (all field crops and crop-technology plots are irrigated). The crops produced on-site for the field demonstrations and crop culture exhibits are irrigated with center-pivot and lateral-move sprinkler irrigation systems. This explains how the show got the title of “World’s Largest Totally Irrigated Working Farm Show™.”
Husker Harvest Days also features the most extensive state-of-the-art technology and information available for business-minded agricultural producers. Each year, farmers and ranchers from more than 25 states and various countries attend the show and interact with nearly 600 exhibitors.
Check out the Case IH Husker Harvest and Farm Progress event pages often for more updates.
Farm Science Review, September 18-20 – Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, the Farm Science Review will welcome more than 600 exhibitors from all over North America, ranging from seed companies to tractor suppliers to insurance companies to snow removal equipment manufacturers The show also will include hundreds of demonstration plots, including harvesting, strip-tilling, manure management, tillage, Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and more. Held at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, the Farm Science Review allows colleges and college departments to put up displays at the annual show. This year, displays will feature information on farm health and safety, cancer prevention, farm management programs, financial and economic assistance the environment, and human and community development.
Be sure to put these fall farm shows on your calendar, and stop by the Case IH display to see Efficient Power in action! After you attend, tell us about the most innovative products or pieces of equipment you saw.