Combines and auger wagons at Farm Progress Show field demos
Mike Newland, PERC director of agriculture business development (left), and Cinch Munson, PERC senior vice-president, business development, talked at Husker Harvest Days last year about their organization’s partnerships with equipment manufacturers to bri
first aid station
: Volunteers work at several food stands across the HHD grounds, cooking up great food for show visitors to raise money for their specific school and youth programs.
Three Nebraska community colleges will be shining the spotlight on their precision agriculture programs and technology at their exhibits at HHD, including interactive exhibits like this welding simulator.
aking the truck through unique farm conditions would be nearly impossible at a city dealership. But at HHD, trucks and utility vehicles run through traditional country courses, including steep inclines.
The Ag Commodities Building is where to find the latest information on crops grown in Nebraska.
: In addition to information on conservation assistance, cost-share opportunities and agricultural programs, visitors at the Natural Resources Hub at HHD can pick up a free Colorado Blue Spruce seedling, native prairie grass seed, as well as free water te
chartered bus
A semitrailer holds food donations from Husker Harvest Day visitors