September 13, 2016
Visitors, despite cold weather and the threat of rain (which didn't appear) braved a trip to Husker Harvest Days outside of Grand Island, Neb. The event, which is the nation's only irrigated farm show, draws people from around the country, and several international destinations.
To have a little fun, we used a side-by-side photo tool to compare how things looked Monday before gates opened, and how they look during the show's opening day.
So check out the images below and see how things change in the course of a single day. The slider on each image allows you to check out the changes. We took photos Monday and again on opening day.
Checking out all the new tech is important at a farm show, and Husker Harvest Days offers plenty to see.
CHECKING OUT SEED: Along "seed row" at Husker Harvest Days visitors can catch up on the latest information about traits and technology available for the 2017 season.
DIVERSIFIED SETUP: The Diversified Industries Buildings offer visitors to connect with smaller companies offering a range of innovations for the farm.
FROM BOXES TO INFO: At the John Deere exhibit, boxes on the ground on Monday turn into a finished space for info-gathering on opening day.
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