January 26, 2017
If you don’t spot new products at New York Farm Show, you’re just wandering and not looking, or you came to get a day off work. This year, New York Farm Show has 12 — and counting — new vendors. Here’s what they market and the booth number where they’re located at the show.
The building codes are: AH (Arts & Home Center), CP (Center of Progress), D (Dairy Building), HT (Horticultural Building), I (International Building) and S (Science Building).
● Allegany Farm Services: GPS-based drainage systems, supplies, AH-51.
● Complete Construction Concepts: Ag building design and construction, D-637.
● Davis Instruments: Data-loggers and sensors, CP-157.
● Envirokure: Liquid organic fertilizer, I-43.
● Flitz International: Chemicals, I-12.
● Furst-McNess: Livestock nutritional consulting, feed and feed additives, D-602.
● Gutchess Lumber: Sawmill, premium hardwood distributor, CP-119.
● Midlakes Sprayfoam: energy efficiency, spray foam insulation services, D-740.
● Prime Attachments: Skid-steer attachments, HT-D3.
● Schaeffer Specialized Lubricants: Lubricants, additives and chemicals, CP-120.
● We Cover Structures: Fabric-covered buildings and structures, D-592.
● Yanmar America: Ag tractors and construction equipment, D-BD.
About the Author(s)
Editor, American Agriculturist
For more than 38 years, John Vogel has been a Farm Progress editor writing for farmers from the Dakota prairies to the Eastern shores. Since 1985, he's been the editor of American Agriculturist – successor of three other Northeast magazines.
Raised on a grain and beef farm, he double-majored in Animal Science and Ag Journalism at Iowa State. His passion for helping farmers and farm management skills led to his family farm's first 209-bushel corn yield average in 1989.
John's personal and professional missions are an integral part of American Agriculturist's mission: To anticipate and explore tomorrow's farming needs and encourage positive change to keep family, profit and pride in farming.
John co-founded Pennsylvania Farm Link, a non-profit dedicated to helping young farmers start farming. It was responsible for creating three innovative state-supported low-interest loan programs and two "Farms for the Future" conferences.
His publications have received countless awards, including the 2000 Folio "Gold Award" for editorial excellence, the 2001 and 2008 National Association of Ag Journalists' Mackiewicz Award, several American Agricultural Editors' "Oscars" plus many ag media awards from the New York State Agricultural Society.
Vogel is a three-time winner of the Northeast Farm Communicators' Farm Communicator of the Year award. He's a National 4-H Foundation Distinguished Alumni and an honorary member of Alpha Zeta, and board member of Christian Farmers Outreach.
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