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February 17, 2023
A winter farm show is a great way to catch up on tech when the workload is a little slower, and Northeast farmers know it. That’s why may plan to travel to Syracuse, N.Y., to take in the New York Farm Show. The 2023 show runs Feb. 23-25 and show hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.
Chris Torres, American Agriculturist, offers a sneak peek at the show including an interesting, one-of-a-kind tractor demonstration visitors can enjoy. In addition, he discusses the new products on hand along with the expanded exhibitor list. In addition, a full slate of programs are on tap for beef producers and those managing forests and woodlands.
This is an important show in the farm show calendar, offering unique products and technology for producers to check out. Its place in showcasing dairy equipment puts it ahead of many other farm shows too. And as Torres explains, while Syracuse weather can be a challenge, the city and the show site are ready for whatever comes their way; and farmers respond by attending no matter the weather.
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Willie Vogt has been covering agricultural technology for more than 40 years, with most of that time as editorial director for Farm Progress. He is passionate about helping farmers better understand how technology can help them succeed, when appropriately applied.
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