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National Farm Machinery Show providing free seminars

National Farm Machinery Show providing free seminars

Free admission and free seminars offered to the largest indoor farm expo—the 2022 National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Kentucky.

By Andrew Joseph, Farms.com

Free? Who doesn’t love free?!

Along with free entry, free seminars are being offered at the 2022 National Farm Machinery Show, the 56th incarnation of the event, held February 16-19 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville.

The trade event provides a wide swathe of cutting-edge agricultural products, equipment and services available in the farming industry.

Farmers and agribusiness professionals from around the world will gather to learn, teach and provide hands-on access to various technological advancements ready for use in the upcoming farming season.

The National Farm Machinery Show will have over 900 exhibitor booths, which is why it’s the largest indoor farm show in America.

Nearly every major line of farming equipment will be on display allowing attendees to compare products side-by-side. Also available are: innovative technologies, new product launches, alternative energy information, and solutions to the challenges facing today’s agribusiness industry.

Visitors can also attend the free seminars led by industry experts, including:  

  • 2022 Global Commodity Market& Weather Outlook presented by DTN/The Progressive Farmer;
  • Keeping on Track – What's the state of GPS and positioning for 2022? presented by Farm Futures;
  • Staying Disciplined in Volatile Markets presented by Farm Futures;
  • Carbon Credits On the Horizon presented by DTN/The Progressive Farmer;
  • The State of Autonomy presented by Farm Futures;
  • Building Better Grain Dryers presented by Farm Futures;
  • Tractor Zoom 2022 Farm Equipment Outlook presented by DTN/The Progressive Farmer;
  • 10 Technologies Changing Agriculture presented by Farm Futures;
  • Machinery Pete Updates on the Used Machinery Market presented by Farm Journal Media;
  • Soil Test Trends presented by Beck’s Hybrids;
  • PFR Insight Meeting presented by Beck’s Hybrids;
  • Success Strategies in Corn and Soybeans presented by Beck’s Hybrids;
  • Maximizing Herbicides presented by Beck’s Hybrids;
  • Tar Spot Management presented by Beck’s Hybrids;

As well, Farm Journal Media will host a live taping for “U.S. Farm Report” hosted by Tyne Morgan with special guests on Thursday, February 17 at 2PM  p.m. in South Wing B, room 105.

Admission to the National Farm Machinery Show is free and open to the public. Parking at the exposition center is $10 per vehicle and $20 per bus.

For full seminar schedule information, visit https://farmmachineryshow.org/event-info/.


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