Gates open on Husker Harvest Days for 2021 in less than two weeks – running Sept. 14-16. The big farm show, with a major focus on irrigation, and added livestock content, brings a wide range of new technology and tools to farmers. And this year it's live.
Canceled by the pandemic in 2020, the 2021 show promises farmers two years of new tech to see including a range of equipment on view for the first time.
In this week's installment of Around Farm Progress, Mindy Ward, editor of Missouri Ruralist, and Curt Arens, editor of Nebraska Farmer, offer a sneak peek at what's ahead for visitors to the 2021 show. Listen in as they share what's ahead for visitors to the show just west of Grand Island, Neb.
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