September 20, 2023
The 2023 Husker Harvest Days presented an extensive lineup of activities and events for farmers and ranchers this year, accompanied by perfect weather. Showcasing over 500 crop and cattle exhibits, the event in Grand Island, NE, afforded producers the opportunity to see the newest technology and products in action with over 300 acres of field demonstrations, plus daily live cattle handling demonstrations.
“Husker Harvest Days offers a unique experience to all attendees,” said Don Tourte, Senior Vice President of Sales and Events. “We take immense pride in providing farmers and ranchers with the chance to experience the latest advancements in both crop production and the livestock industry, all in one place.”
Each day of the show, visitors watched the latest equipment in action during corn harvest, tillage and hay demonstrations. In addition, producers had the opportunity to explore new techniques and practices in livestock management through cattle handling demonstrations, beef seminars, and equipment displays.
Without a doubt, the event would not be complete without showcasing the best irrigation equipment and solutions available. As the world’s largest totally irrigated working farm show, Husker Harvest Days included leading irrigation companies across the show site.
“Every year, our goal is to provide producers a first-hand experience of the technology and knowledge to increase efficiencies and improve their operations,” said Matt Jungmann, Farm Progress Show Director. “We are thrilled about the success of Husker Harvest Days and thankful for the exhibitors and visitors who continue to make this the premier farm show in the Western Cornbelt. We look forward to providing new opportunities to producers.”
Save the date for Husker Harvest Days 2024, September 10-12 in Grand Island, Neb. For more information and to keep up to date on next year’s event, visit huskerharvestdays.com.
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