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Indy Farm Show Back for 2022 at New Location

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After a year off in 2020 because of the pandemic, the Indiana Farm Equipment & Technology Expo presented by Reynolds Farm Equipment is back Dec. 14, 15, and 16 at a new location. The show will move from the Indiana State Fairgrounds to Grand Park in Westfield, IN, offering free parking to visitors. Of course, it’s still free to get into the show as well.

There will be plenty for farmers to take in at this year’s event. Exhibitor space is virtually sold out with many new exhibitors on board for this year’s show, including some precision ag equipment that will be on display.

Expo President Gary Truitt says this year’s seminar stage will bring plenty of educational opportunities and exciting keynote speakers.

“Machinery Pete, the expert on farm machinery, new and used, anywhere in the country will be there doing two presentations on Tuesday, the 14th, so be there early. We also have a private, invitation-only reception for Machinery Pete.”

If you’d like to be part of that VIP meet-and-greet with Machinery Pete, Truitt encourages you to reach out to Bane Welker and Farm Credit Mid-America for tickets.

Also on the seminar stage will be Chad Colby from “This Week in Agribusiness”.

“Colby, who was at our show in 2019, is back again with lots of new technology and tech toys to show off, including some new drones. He’s going to do a special presentation on Wednesday (12/15) with drones,” says Truitt. “He’ll not only have the drone folks from Purdue but several drone companies there to show off some of the new advances that are taking place in drone technology. Drones are doing more and more than they ever have before. If you come to the show, you will have the opportunity to win a drone package worth over $1000.”

More details on the show can be found at indianafarmexpo.com. We look forward to seeing you at the Indiana Farm Equipment & Technology Expo at Grand Park in Westfield Dec. 14, 15, and 16!

Hear more about the Expo with Truitt below:



Indiana Farm Expo