August 19, 2021
We are back! Husker Harvest Days is ready to welcome visitors Sept. 14-16 to Grand Island, Neb. With so few days and so many sights to see, just how can you prioritize your time? Well, alphabetically.
COVID-19 canceled many in-person farm shows last year, including Husker Harvest Days. But we reached back and found a few of our favorites vendors and attractions that will be back with us in 2021.
“If you think about it, many farmers haven’t seen the new equipment and products in person in two years,” says Matt Jungmann, Farm Progress national show director. “So, while there will be new products between now and Sept. 14 when the show starts, we will also have everything that’s been new since 2019.”
Take a look through this slideshow to see what you can expect from Husker Harvest Days 2021.
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