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2024 London Farm Show: Innovations and Family Fun

2024 London Farm Show: Innovations and Family Fun

By Denise-Faguy
Farms.com

Mark your calendars for one of the most anticipated agricultural event of the year, the London Farm Show, taking place from March 6-8, 2024. Located in London, Ontario, this event has been a cornerstone of the agricultural community since 1938, bringing together around 15,000 attendees to witness the latest in farm equipment and innovation. 

The 2024 show promises an exciting lineup of over 320 exhibitors, presenting hundreds of products and services alongside hands-on equipment demonstrations. Be sure to stop by the Farms.com Group booth #210 for a chance to win a top Spec Cast 1:16 scale Oliver Tractor from Jolley’s Farm Toys.   

At the Farms.com booth, you can also pick up a copy and/or subscribe to Ag Buyer’s Guide Magazine, Better Farming Magazine or Small Farm Canada – all of which will have show specials.   

Also be sure to attend the presentation “New lower U.S. $ index inflationary super cycle "by Moe Agostinoat 1:00 pm on Wednesday and Thursday, and 11:00 am on Friday. 

Among the new offerings, attendees can look forward to advancements from Ascenso Tires, Agra GPS LTD, and a host of other leading companies introducing cutting-edge solutions in agribotics, crop protection, and more. 

This year, the show continues to emphasize agricultural technology, education, and farm improvement. Highlights include the first agribotics exhibit introduced in the previous year, showcasing the limitless possibilities of technology in agriculture.  

The event also features a range of products like state-of-the-art sorting technology, controlled-environment agriculture systems, and the latest models from Deutz-Fahr. 

Not just for adults, the London Farm Show offers attractions for the whole family. The Case IH Pedal Tractor Course in the Family Zone, presented by ADAMA, promises fun for young attendees.  

Moreover, students can benefit from a $5 discount by showing their student card, opening doors to networking opportunities with industry leaders. 

Other attractions include exhibitor draws, expanded seating areas, and free shuttle service sponsored by Alpine. Food lovers can enjoy various offerings from inside concessions or the Field to Truck food truck located between the Agriplex and BMO Centre. 

For those looking to extend their stay, the Top of the Fair Restaurant offers dinner and live racing action, with reservations available for March 6 and March 8. 

Event Details: 

  • Event: Home & Garden Show (details likely based on previous events) 

  • Dates: March 6th - 8th, 2024 

  • Times: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Wednesday & Thursday), 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (Friday) 

 Locations: 

  • Western Fair District- Agriplex (845 Florence St, London, ON) 

  • BMO Centre (295 Rectory St, London, ON) 

Tickets: 

  • General Admission: $16.00 (advance purchase or at the gate) 

  • Student Price: $5.00 (with valid ID at the gate) 

  • Children (12 & under): Free 

Farm Show Stage Schedule: 

The show also features a rich schedule of speakers and demonstrations: 

  • Wednesday, March 6th: AgRobotics Demonstration by Haggerty AgRobotics at 10 a.m. in Agriplex – Booth 709B, followed by a series of talks on mental health and commodity market outlooks on the BMO Centre Stage. 

  • Thursday, March 7th: Repeats the fascinating AgRobotics demonstration and insightful discussions on mental health and the 2024 commodity market. 

  • Friday, March 8th: Wraps up with another chance to catch the AgRobotics demonstration, and discussions on mental health, capped off with a drone demonstration by TerraNova. 

Don't miss this unique opportunity to catch up on the latest agricultural trends, network with industry peers, and explore new farming solutions. The London Farm Show is not just an event; it's a glimpse into the future of farming in Canada. 


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