State fairs and fall farm shows are fast approaching. That means opportunities to visit with Case IH and learn about the latest and greatest products and technology. This year, Case IH will exhibit at the following events and more. Mark your calendars and stop by and see us!
What state fairs or farm shows will you visit this season?
Wisconsin State Fair, Aug. 1-11 – The Wisconsin State Fair is held in West Allis, Wis. Case IH has been a proud sponsor of Grand Champion junior show animals for many years. It was recently announced that Case IH will be the title sponsor of the Case IH Coliseum, which houses the world’s largest junior dairy show, agricultural shows and auctions.
Midwest Ag Industries Expo (MAGIE), Aug. 21-22 – The MAGIE show is held in Bloomington, Ill., and exclusively hosts application equipment exhibitors and demonstrations. Case IH will feature Patriot® sprayers and Nutri-Placer fertilizer applicators.
Farm Progress Show, Aug. 27-29 – The nation’s largest farm show alternates between Decatur, Ill., and Boone, Iowa. The 2013 event in Illinois will feature more than 600 exhibitors, field demonstrations, new products, rural life programs and entertainment. The Case IH booth will showcase the latest equipment models, the popular Case IH arena show with new exciting entertainment and networking opportunities with Case IH equipment specialists.
Husker Harvest Days, Sept. 10-12 – Husker Harvest Days is recognized as “The World’s Largest Totally Irrigated Working Farm Show.” Every field crop and crop technology plot at this Grand Island, Neb., show is irrigated.
Farm Science Review, Sept. 17-19 – This farm show held near London, Ohio, attracts around 140,000 visitors. Ohio State and Purdue University specialists conduct educational programs and demonstrations. With space for natural resource and field demonstrations, there really is something for everyone.
Sunbelt Ag Expo, Oct. 15-17 – Held at Spence Field in Moultrie, Ga., the Sunbelt Ag Expo attracts 1,200 exhibitors showcasing the latest in farming technology. Tillage demonstrations, equipment-driving opportunities and irrigation technology demonstrations provide opportunities to see and compare a wide range of equipment in working conditions.