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Husker Harvest Days 2022 captured the essence of agriculture

Farmers, ranchers and exhibitors came together for three epic days of networking, innovation and celebration of agriculture.

September 22, 2022

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Husker Harvest Days
Kevin Schulz

Husker Harvest Days 2022 is over, but for many producers, the new ideas, technology and connections will extend far beyond the show gates.

“I think what makes this show special is the value every attendee takes home with them. Not only do visitors leave Husker Harvest Days with fresh ideas and contacts for their operations, but they also get to enjoy an experience in pure agriculture. Husker Harvest Days is probably the only farm show in America where you get access to global innovations in a community atmosphere,” said Don Tourte, senior vice president of sales and events with Farm Progress.

Husker Harvest Days is renowned for having some of the most expansive field demonstrations, and this year did not disappoint. Show visitors got up close and personal with the latest and greatest equipment that the industry has to offer through various corn harvest, tillage and haying demonstrations.

Cattle ranchers gained priceless insights through various cattle handling demos, seminars and equipment displays. Side-by-side comparisons of the latest cattle technology helped keep producers informed and will empower them to navigate crucial purchasing decisions as they prepare for their operation’s future.

The world’s largest totally irrigated working farm show wouldn’t be complete without irrigation at the forefront. Leading irrigation companies put their best foot forward this year with insightful new equipment, accessories and innovative irrigation solutions for every farm and ranch.

With over 70 new exhibitors at this year’s show, there was no shortage of fresh faces and companies to interact with, but familiar favorites still lined the streets and fields at Husker Harvest Days. Autonomy and sprayer drone demonstrations, as well as horse gentling and livestock dog exhibitions, drew in the crowds at every corner.

“From innovation in crops and irrigation to the latest expertise in cattle handling, Husker Harvest Days had something to offer every producer,” said Matt Jungmann, Farm Progress Show director. “I think the big takeaway here is that this show is a huge opportunity for producers and exhibitors. This year was a massive success, and we’re already thinking about how we’ll top it next year.”

Husker Harvest Days 2023 in Grand Island, Neb., is set for Sept.12-14. For more information or to keep up to date for next year’s event, visit HuskerHarvestDays.com

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