Farm Shows 2020: What’s On, What’s Off, What’s Virtual

The Association has gathered information on the status of farm shows for 2020. Information was current as of Monday. Monitor changes at FarmEquip.org/farmshows, where a list of shows is continually updated.

Not This Year

Empire Farm Days (would have been in Seneca Falls, N.Y., in July)

Wisconsin Farm Technology Days (would have been in Eau Claire, Wis., in July)

MAGIE (would have been in Bloomington, Ill., in August)

Ag Progress Days (would have been at Penn State College in August)

Dakotafest (would have been in Mitchell, S.D., in August)

World Dairy Expo (would have been in Madison, Wis., in September and October)

International Plowing Match and Rural Expo (would have been in Lindsay, Ontario, in October)

Canadian Western Agribition (would have been in Regina, Saskatchewan, in November)

Going Virtual-Only

Ag in Motion Discovery Plus, aginmotion.ca, July 21 to 25

Minnesota Farmfest (portions will be online) ideaggroup.com, Aug 3-5

Farm Progress Show, farmprogressshow.com, Sept. 1-3

Canada’s Digital Farm Show (previously Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show), outdoorfarmshow.com, Sept. 15-18

Husker Harvest Days, huskerharvestdays.com, Sept. 15-17

The Show Goes On

Big Iron Farm Show, West Fargo, N.D., Sept. 8-10

Farm Science Review, London, Ohio, Sept. 22-24

Ozark Fall Farmfest, Springfield, Mo., Oct. 1-3

Manitoba Ag Ex, Brandon, Manitoba, Oct. 21-24

Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition, Moultrie, Ga., Oct. 20-22

Amarillo Farm & Ranch Show, Amarillo, Texas, Nov. 1-3

Agri-Trade Equipment Expo, Red Deer, Alberta, Nov. 11-13

McCook Farm & Ranch Expo, McCook, Neb., Nov. 18-19

Gateway Farm Expo, Kearney, Neb., Nov. 18-19

Greater Peoria Farm Show, Peoria, Ill., Dec. 1-3

Wichita Farm & Ranch Show, Mulvane, Kan., Dec. 3-5