As summer crop work continues, prepping is also well underway for the 2021 Farm Progress Show and Husker Harvest Days. But just how are things progressing? Is the show on track and will it be as big as in the past?
To get the lowdown on the big events, the Around Farm Progress podcast connected with Matt Jungmann, events manager, during another live event to learn more. From an update on how the demonstration corn looks to a discussion of just what might be on hand at the show, this episode is information filled.
And for those of you who haven't made the trip to either show in some time, Jungmann explains the range of feature and facility enhancements that have been carried out for the Decatur show site and the Husker Harvest Days show grounds.
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