July 19, 2022
It’s time to get excited to learn more about new farming equipment, technology and practices at the 2022 Farm Progress Show. Follow along and prepare for your trip with this guide from A to Z.
The Farm Progress Show returns to the grounds east of Boone, Iowa, just off of Highway 30, from Aug. 30 to Sept. 1.
“We are excited to return to Boone after a four-year absence, and look forward to the crowds learning about technology, equipment and management ideas to become more efficient,” Matt Jungmann, show director for the Farm Progress Show, says.
Billed as the largest outdoor farm show, the Farm Progress Show is known for its field demonstrations; ride ’n’ drive opportunities; autonomous machine and UAV displays; “The Noon Show” with host Max Armstrong; and new this year, a Lee Brice concert. This gallery displays some of the best parts of the show and provides you will the information you need prior to the show.
About the Author(s)
Editor, Wallaces Farmer
Jennifer lives on a farm near Redfield, Iowa, where she runs a small cow-calf operation with her family. A 20-plus year ag journalism veteran, Jennifer has covered a wide range of agriculture issues. A graduate of Iowa State University, she has worked for local daily papers and other agriculture publishers. She came to Wallaces Farmer from the Iowa Cattlemen’s Association. She enjoys writing, managing cattle, and hearing and telling farmer stories.
Jennifer has two children. Kassidy, 21, attends Black Hawk East College, but will transfer in the fall to Oklahoma State University. Son, Klayton, attends Panorama High School where he excels in academics, sports, FFA and 4-H.
“My favorite part of being an ag journalist is to tell the story of the farmer and rancher,” she says. “The farmer and rancher do the work to make the food, fiber and fuel for everyone. I want to use our online presence to broaden that message to those off the farm.”
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