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U.S. Custom Harvesters plan in-person convention

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CONVENTION SET: U.S. Custom Harvesters Inc. is planning an in-person convention in Iowa in January. The convention will feature displays of new equipment from all four major forage harvesting equipment makers.
Four top forage harvest equipment makers will showcase new machinery at the custom harvester convention.

U.S. Custom Harvesters Inc. will host its 37th annual convention in Des Moines, Iowa, from Jan. 21-23. The convention will be an in-person event.

For the first time in five years, the annual convention will feature the four main U.S. forage harvester equipment companies. Krone, CLAAS, New Holland and John Deere will be showcasing their newest equipment to USCHI members in January.

“As a forage harvester myself, I’m very proud to see what these manufacturers are presenting to our members. They recognize the importance of marketing their products directly to the harvest crew owners and purchase decision makers,” says Glen Jantzen, USCHI board president.

USCHI is an association of professional custom harvesters. Since 1984, USCHI has hosted an annual event to convene members and partners to learn about new equipment, harvesting techniques and to network.

 “We’re very excited to have all four major forage harvester companies at this year’s convention. Our members love seeing the equipment companies they use every day at our convention,” says Mandi Sieren, USCHI operations manager.

If you are interested in becoming a member to attend USCHI’s annual convention, contact office@uschi.com or call 620-200-1381.

USCHI is an association of professional custom harvesters serving the needs of the American farmer. Established and chartered in 1983 in Texas, USCHI serves as a link between the harvesters and the many groups of people they work with, such as farmers, businesses, and state and federal government bodies. The organization also works to educate its membership concerning safety, quality of workmanship, and information on equipment updates and exists to represent and promote the harvesting industry.

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