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Husker Harvest Days introduces complimentary online registration for enhanced attendee experience

The innovative system enhances the overall experience of the world’s largest totally irrigated working farm show from Farm Progress.

Farm Progress staff

June 11, 2024

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Husker Harvest Days
Drone image of the Husker Harvest Days grounds in Grand Island, Nebraska. Farm Progress staff

For over 40 years, Husker Harvest Days has been a cornerstone of the agriculture community. This year, Farm Progress is taking a significant leap forward by offering adult attendees complimentary three-day admission when they register online at or on-site. Adults who choose not to register will pay $25 at the gate.

“We are excited about this new registration system,” said Matt Jungmann, national events director for Farm Progress. “Our goal is to make Husker Harvest Days more accessible and enjoyable for everyone. With this system, we can provide a more personalized experience for our attendees.”

Student admission for ages 13–17 is $10 at the gate. However, students can receive complimentary admission by donating five non-perishable food items through a partnership with the Heartland United Way Food Drive. Admission for children aged 12 and under is free.

In addition to the new registration system, attendees can look forward to the latest autonomous technology, all-electric machinery and innovations in crop irrigation. The show will also display plenty of cattle handling equipment, field demonstrations covering harvest, tillage and alfalfa, and the new BEEF Building, formerly the livestock building.

Husker Harvest Days 2024 takes place in Grand Island, Nebraska, from Sept. 10–12, 2024. This year, show hours have been adjusted to 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. CDT, ensuring safer early-morning traffic management and allowing additional time for exhibitor-hosted events. For more information, visit

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