May 28, 2009
The Farm Progress Show is the nation's leading outdoor farm show and features the most extensive state-of-the art information and technology available for today's agricultural producers. The country's top agribusinesses, plus many regional and local manufacturers and suppliers, are regular exhibitors at the Farm Progress Show. The 2009 Farm Progress Show will be held in Decatur, Ill. at the permanent biannual show site Sept. 1, 2 and 3.
Discounted tickets are now available online at the Farm Progress Show Web site. There are three options for online purchasing of your tickets to the world's largest farm show, all you need to do is click HERE to order advance tickets to the 2009 Farm Progress Show.
By entering your subscription number from any of the Farm Progress family of publications, you can receive a 30% discount on tickets; paying $7 rather than $10 per person, per day. If you're not a subscriber, you can still receive that $3 discount by providing your contact and farm profile information. The final option is to purchase advance tickets online for $10. Using any of the options there is a limit of 10 tickets per order.
In addition to saving money by purchasing tickets online in advance, you also save time once you arrive at the show by not having to stand in line to buy tickets. Online ticket holders can use quick entry gates at the site, those locations are provided on tickets after purchase.
Farmers and ranchers from across North America and around the world visit the Farm Progress Show each year to see agriculture's latest product introductions, meet face-to-face with agribusiness professionals and gain hands-on knowledge. Visitors have the opportunity to see the latest equipment, seed, crop chemicals, field demonstrations, livestock handling and equine events, Ride 'n Drive, rural life programs and entertainment, arts and crafts, and more.
For more information visit the Farm Progress Show Web site. Please send us any comments or inquires about the show by sending an e-mail to [email protected].
You May Also Like
Glencore’s Viterra in merger talks with grain rival BungeMay 25, 2023
Farmer plants 50th consecutive corn test plot with same companyMay 25, 2023
Watching beef demandMay 25, 2023
Deadline extended to June 2 for disaster assistanceMay 27, 2023
FFA Chapter Tribute: Andrew SeibelMay 26, 2023
This Week in Agribusiness, May 27, 2023May 26, 2023
Corn notches one-month highJan 18, 2023