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Harvest over? Check out FPVX field demo videos

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Holly Spangler farmers watching field demos in Boone, Iowa
ROLLING: During the Farm Progress Virtual Experience, cameras rolled for every piece of equipment in the field, capturing even more angles than you’d see in person.
Search through a library of more than 100 videos of combines, auger wagons, corn heads, planters, sprayers, cattle chutes and more.

You’ve spent a lot of hours in the field this fall, and therefore spent a lot of time thinking — maybe wondering if it’s time for a different planter or combine or corn head. Or whether that tillage practice was the right one. Wouldn’t it be handy to see a bunch of this equipment in action?

Farm Progress can help with that, says Matt Jungmann, Farm Progress events manager, adding, “With harvest wrapping up, now’s the time to check out field demonstrations from the Farm Progress Virtual Experience.”

Head to and click on “Demos” to find a library of over 100 videos — carefully shot with multiple cameras, GoPros and drones, so you can see even more than you would have on-site. Plus, it’s an easy reference to share with family members and business partners. You’ll find cattle handling equipment there, too.

Videos are categorized, and you can search by equipment type or by manufacturer. You’ll also find a link to Ride ’n’ Drive videos.

Jungmann says he 100% would’ve rather put on a live show and is looking forward to live events in 2021, but 2020’s Farm Progress Virtual Experience does have benefits. “Let’s say you’d gone to the Farm Progress Show, and now you’re racking your brain about what you saw there,” he says. “With these videos, it’s all still right here, and you can look it up immediately.”

The setting for the videos will look familiar to regular Farm Progress Show and Husker Harvest Days visitors, as they were shot on-site in Boone, Iowa, and Grand Island, Neb.

Looking for more? Check out 20 FPVX learning sessions, and catch exhibitor videos and interviews as part of the trade show experience.

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