March 19, 2020
Larger farm equipment was showcased outside the Cook Covention Center as renovations inside continued. "Thankfully, we had great weather," says Tim Price, executive director, Southern Cotton Ginners Association.Farm Press Staff
Thanks to everyone for making the 68th Mid-South Farm & Gin Show a huge success! We faced many construction challenges this year but the weather turned out beautiful and we still had a wonderful show.
Did you make it to the 2020 Mid-South Farm and Gin Show? This photo gallery includes many exhibitors, attendees, recognition events along with various seminars and informational sessions held in conjunction with the show. Take your time and browse through them. Who knows, you may be in one of the photos.
Our photographers were Brad Haire, Brad Robb, Forrest Laws, Shelley Huguley, Ron Smith, Brent Murphree, Todd Fitchette and Alaina Dismukes. Special thanks to Sandy Perry for assistance with photos and for photo section layout/design in our print edition and Ann King for the exhibitors lounge decorations and snacks.
We hope to see you at the 2021 Mid-South Farm & Gin Show in Memphis, February 25-26, 2021.
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