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Area's largest ag expo coming to the Qwest Center-Omaha, March 11 and 12

One of the Midwest's premier indoor farm events, the Triumph of Agriculture Exposition will be held March 11 and 12 at the Qwest Center-Omaha, 10th and Capitol Avenue, just off I-480 in Omaha, Neb. The 43rd Annual Farm and Ranch Machinery Show will once again be filled with the latest agricultural innovations, equipment and supplies with more than 900 exhibits for farmers, ranchers, and their wives to visit all on one level of more than 200,000 square feet in the state-of-the-art Qwest Center-Omaha.

"It's an excellent opportunity to see all types of Short-Line farm equipment, new products, labor and time saving ideas all under one roof," says Bob Mancuso, Sr., the Show's Producer. "The Triumph of Ag Expo is the best place for farmers to find answers for what they do control while taking advantage of the new technologies at the Expo--ranging from machinery to new plant varieties that are available."

The Farm Show is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., both days. Advance free admission tickets can be obtained from exhibitors, County Extension agents, farm machinery and equipment dealers or at the Qwest Center-Omaha door. This is an ideal time for area farm operators to find ways to improve productivity and increase profits, before spring field work begins.

John Fonda, president of John Day Company and Show Co-Chairman from Omaha, Nebraska says he's looking for a great Show at the Qwest Center Omaha and says, "The Triumph of Ag Expo is always packed with lots of new improvements and helpful information."

At no other time this spring will area farm operators be able to see this much farm equipment and technology on display. The Triumph of Ag Expo offers visitors a hands-on experience with continuous demonstrations so those attending will be able to compare and evaluate quickly and conveniently, all under one roof, in one location and on one level with over 4,500 on-site parking available.

Regarded as one of the largest indoor diversified short-line farm machinery shows, Terry Twiestmeyer, President of Twiestmeyer and Associates of Grand Island, Nebraska and general Show Co-Chairman said, "The Expo has something for every kind of farm operation," including tillage equipment, planters, monitor and control systems, soil testing equipment, mowers, cattle chutes, augers, fertilizers, various seed hybrids, feeders, tanks and pumps, hay moving and handling equipment, plows, combines, computers and software, tractors, and many more agricultural products and services for today's farmers and ranchers.

This year the Stine Seed Race Car--the ultimate driving experience race simulation car will be at the show. Plan to attend and take a drive. Also, the Monsanto Mobile Technical Unit with interactive displays and 'hands on' demonstrations will be at the show. This mobile tour and lab is a must see.

Bob Mancuso, Jr., Show Director, said if you are interested in agriculture and farming, this year's Expo is the place to be on March 11 and 12. In addition to all of the latest equipment, products, and services--there will be seminars throughout the Show, craft items and displays, antique farm tractors and equipment, and special programs.

The Triumph of Agriculture Exposition Farm and Ranch Machinery Show is produced by Mid-America Expositions, Inc., and is sponsored by the Mid-America Farm and Ranch Machinery Council.

1/5/09
4 Star NE\9-B

Date: 12/29/08



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