The Farm Progress Show has long been an important event for companies and farmers to interact over new tools and technologies. And as farming as gotten more complex, the show has taken on a bigger role offering farmers that one-stop shop for new tech from iron to crop protection to software. This podcast premiers one-month and one-day ahead of the big show, but what will farmers see?
Matt Jungmann, events director, Farm Progress, took time from his pre-show craziness to discuss the show in this episode of Around Farm Progress. From floating tractors to autonomy to a special kind of asphalt in the Varied Industries Tent, there’s plenty ahead for farmers to see. Jungmann discusses that and more ahead of the show.
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