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Indiana Farm Show December 14, 2021

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Farm Show Announces 2021 Theme

Retool for the Future is the theme of the 2021 Indiana Farm Equipment and Technology Expo, to be held December 14-16 at Grand Park in Westfield, Indiana. The show brings together the largest gathering of current and cutting-edge farm production technology in the Midwest, along with a free educational seminar series that addresses the current and future needs of Corn Belt farmers. The Expo will showcase the latest in farm equipment and the innovation in technology that represents the future of agriculture.

“Farmers are having to adapt to changing climate and market conditions as well as environmental regulations and consumer buying trends. All of these will require a retooling of farm production and management,” said Gary Truitt, President, and Producer of the event. “The show will give producers, both large and small, the information they will need to adjust to the changing future of agriculture and expose them to the tools available to enable them to thrive in a post-pandemic economy.”

After its cancellation in 2020 due to government restrictions, the 42-year-old event has relocated to the state of the art Grand Park Sports Complex where an expanded show floor, easy access, free parking, and a safer environment will enhance the experience for both exhibitors and attendees. Keynote speakers Machinery Pete and Chad Colby will headline a seminar series that will help farmers make decisions on retooling their current operations and preparing for the new technology that will be on the farm in the next few years. Several outlook sessions will present a look into market, weather, and economic conditions in 2022.
Exhibit space is still available. Reservations and information can be found at IndianaFarmexpo.com. For advertising or special activities, contact Kim Stockment at 765-588-1520, Exhibitor questions contact Toni Hodson 800-876-5133.

Contact
Gary Truitt
317-409-9173
gtruritt@hoosieragtoday.com

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