May 2, 2016
The Hay & Forage Expo is slated to bring the latest hay and forage tools, technology and suppliers at its 2015 event location near Cannon Falls, Minn., June 24 and 25 on the Hernke's, Inc. farm and will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Minnesota is one of the nation's top five alfalfa producing states along with California, South Dakota, Idaho and Iowa.
"This is a great location for the Hay & Forage Expo," says Matt Jungmann, Penton Farm Progress national events manager. "The show site is located with direct access off U.S. Hwy 52 and farmers will find it very easy travel to and attend the event."
Sponsored by Penton Farm Progress' local farm publications, The Farmer, Wisconsin Agriculturist and Wallaces Farmer, the Hay & Forage Expo provides a look at new hay and forage technology with an extensive exhibit area and working field demonstrations conducted throughout each show day.
The two-day hay extravaganza showcases mowing, conditioning, baling, hay handling and silage demonstrations on 200 acres of prime alfalfa and forages. Visitors have multiple opportunities to compare the most popular equipment brands operating side by side under actual field conditions.
The show site is located south of Cannon Falls, Minn. directly off Hwy 52. Admission is free and parking is $10 per vehicle. The public is welcome.
For more information, visit HayExpo.com or call (866) 264-7469.
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