Farm Progress

Catch highlights from 2022 Farm Progress Show

Can’t make it to the show for all three days? Key presentations, news, and events will be available online.

Willie Vogt

August 26, 2022

2 Min Read
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IN THE KNOW: There’s so much going on at the Farm Progress Show, a good way to keep up is to check out the content available at FarmProgress365.com. The virtual platform will carry both livestream and on-demand content from the big event.

Farmers are a busy lot, working to balance a bit to do list with the challenge of keeping up with what’s new for their operations. The Farm Progress Show is a great way to catch up on all that’s new, and much that’s coming to agriculture for the future. But rarely can you invest more than a day at the event.

There’s a way you can catch up on what you might have missed at the big show. During the show the rich virtual Farm Progress 365 platform will offer you a livestream from the popular Noon Show with Max Armstrong each day. That kicks off at Noon offering you a peek at hot topics being discussed at the show. The program for all three days includes thought leaders, and political leaders from Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack to Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds, and many more guests.

On Tuesday Aug. 30, the Noon Show will start streaming at 11:30 a.m. with Secretary Vilsack. For Wednesday, Aug. 31, and Thursday, Sept. 1, the livestream will start at Noon.

In addition, the site will have a range of on-demand content to check out including tech announcements from the show, and other unique features from the event. The 85-acre exhibit field is packed with both familiar names and new players serving the agriculture market. The Farm Progress 365 platform is a way for you to check back to see what you might have missed.

Registration to the site is free, and you’ll then be included in future notifications of events on the platform. The September seasonal session series will focus on how to dig into that harvest data to put it to work for decision making for the new crop year.

You’ll also find on-demand content from past seasonal sessions including the most recent harvest prep series including an in-depth look at combine prep and yield monitor calibration. It’s a platform rich with information you can deploy on your farm, and it works on your smart phone, tablet and desktop providing you easy access 24/7.

Be sure to check out Farm Progress 365 to be in the know on what’s happening at the Farm Progress Show and join us for future sessions.

About the Author(s)

Willie Vogt

Executive Director, Content and User Engagement, Farm Progress

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