Canada’s Farm Progress Show brings more than 40,000 producers, manufacturers, buyers and industry experts together for a global summit of innovation in dryland farming, technology, business, modern living and entertainment.
See the newest agricultural technology in the field. Ag in Motion, Western Canada’s first outdoor farm expo, is situated on 320 acres of prime agricultural land, northwest of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The 5th annual expo will feature live demonstrations of field equipment, crop plots and interactive agribusiness exhibits showcasing the products and services relevant to your business.
SEE Technology. TOUCH Innovation. BE Empowered.
The 2018 show featured more than 500 exhibitors, education from the experts at SDSU, livestock demonstrations from the Sioux Nation Ag Center, political sessions, and the ALL NEW Farm Bureau Financial Services Rural Lifestyle Pavilion!
We look forward to providing another successful 2019 show. Continue to visit the website for the updated list of exhibitors, educational opportunities, and exciting special events. See you next August!
This is where producers from all over gather, meet, and learn. This is where major manufacturers choose to roll out their newest offerings. This is where Ag families take a break from their daily routine to immerse themselves in the wider Ag community. This is where tradition and business have come together for 65 years. This is where we celebrate agriculture. This is the Farm Progress Show.
With 900+ exhibit booths, training sessions, demonstrations and countless opportunities to connect with your peers, there is little doubt that Big Iron is the event for agribusiness. The Big Iron Farm Show is the largest farm show in the upper Midwest. This show is held annually in September at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds, in West Fargo, North Dakota.
Celebrating its 41st year, the world’s largest totally irrigated working farm show comes together once again in Grand Island, Nebraska. The show features the latest equipment, supplies and technologies available to today’s producers. Field demonstrations and crop technology exhibits are geared to Nebraska and western Corn Belt agriculture. View the newest tractors, combines and harvesters, grain-handling equipment, and irrigation technologies. Watch and even participate in live demonstrations of these as well as new models of pickups and ATVs. Livestock handling demonstrations round out the learning opportunities.
As the country’s largest outdoor agricultural trade show, Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show has many unique offerings, all geared to showcasing new technologies and innovations in an outdoor setting, complementing the lifestyle farmers have chosen.
The Molly Caren Agricultural Center (MCAC) near London, Ohio is home to the Farm Science Review and attracts upwards of 140,000 visitors from all over the United States and Canada, who come for three days to peruse 4,000 product lines from 600 commercial exhibitors, and learn the latest in agricultural production. The educational programs feature Ohio State and Purdue specialists and are second to none in the agricultural exhibition world.
The Ozark Fall Farmfest is held annually on the first weekend of October at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds in Springfield, Missouri. With over 900 agricultural and rural living exhibits and more than 500 head of registered livestock on display, it has been deemed the Ozarks’ largest agricultural event.
Join us for the 40th annual Ozark Fall Farmfest on Oct. 4, 5 & 6, 2019. Show hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday.
Parking and admission are free.
The Sunbelt Ag Expo is an agricultural-based trade show held at Spence Field in Moultrie, Ga. Known as “North America’s Premier Farm Show”® the annual event has more than 1200 exhibitors showcasing the latest in farming technology. Whether you are a large acreage production farmer or a weekend lifestyle farmer the Expo is an event you don’t want to miss.
The Expo’s unique site has a 100-acre exhibit area adjoining a 600-acre working research farm. In the exhibit area, which includes both outdoor and indoor exhibits visitors will find every imaginable product or service a farm could ever need. In addition to the static exhibits visitors can attend educational, entertaining seminars and demonstrations offered in a variety of specialized areas. Visitors can ride take a tram from the exhibit area to the fields where cotton, peanuts, corn, soybeans, and hay are being harvested. These harvesting demonstrations, as well as tillage demonstrations, equipment driving ranges, irrigation technology and precision ag demonstrations all provide opportunities to see and compare a wide range of equipment in an actual working setting. Company representatives and specialists are in the fields to answer visitor questions.
- Excellent timing for manufacturers to show their complete new lines
- 850 exhibits throughout 500,000 sq. ft. inside the Kentucky Exposition Center and in the turf area outside
- 20+ acres of outdoor demonstrations and test driving, adjacent to the indoor exhibits
- Seminars to boost your efficiency and bottom line
- Convenient mid-America location within driving distance of 60% of America’s population
- Networking opportunities
The Partnership of Agri-Trade began in 1984 and has continued to this day, and is a joint venture of the Red Deer and District Chamber of Commerce and Westerner Park. Agri-Trade is considered to be one of the best Farm Equipment Shows to do business in North America. It is one of the shows in Canada that is supported by the major equipment retailers as a “National Stand”.
Agri-Trade Equipment Expo attracts annually over 28,000 qualified Agriculture Buyers and in 2017, 475 farm manufacturers to Red Deer to participate in what is considered the Best Agricultural Equipment buying show in Canada generating an estimated $150,000,000.00 annually in equipment sales and tourism spending.
Because of Agri-Trade’s unique timing, we are the first show after harvest as well as the first show that kicks off a new planning season for producers. That is the secret to the success of the Show; farmers know what they have to spend.
Agri-Trade happens over three days each November and is host to 470 exhibitors representing the very best in agriculture equipment, technology, service and products.
Tulsa Farm Show is a great end-of-year opportunity to view all the latest in agricultural and ranching equipment. Companies will be featuring a full line of displays, including tractor, sprayer, tillage, harvest equipment, cattle management products, and more.