1229TopekaFarmShowMRJAN4ko.cfm 21st Annual Topeka Farm Show Jan. 5 to 7 at Kansas Expocentre
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21st Annual Topeka Farm Show Jan. 5 to 7 at Kansas Expocentre

Farmers visiting the 2010 Topeka Farm Show and the Kansas Soybean Expo 2010 will have the opportunity to see the newest and latest in farm and ranch equipment, plus attend the annual convention of the Kansas Soybean Association "Building For The Future."

The 2010 Topeka Farm Show dates are Jan. 5 to 7 while the Kansas Soybean Expo will be held Jan. 6. Show hours are Jan. 5, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Jan. 6, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and Jan. 7, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. As usual free admission and free parking at the Topeka Farm Show. Help us celebrate the 21st Topeka Farm Show--"Kansas' premier indoor farm show." Sponsored by AM 580 WIBW Radio and the High Plain Journal. Visit with WIBW's Kelly Lenz and Greg Akagi live all three show days.

Producers, families and distributors come together for three days of education and entertainment at the Kansas Expocentre. The 2010 Show is once again a complete sellout with more than 395 companies and over 650 display booths. Don't forget to visit the Domer Livestock Arena located out the west side of Landon Arena. Once again the Livestock Arena is full of ag display to include grain and livestock trailers, portable buildings, livestock handling equipment, hay haulers, pellet stoves, tools, gates and paneling, welders, western supplies, antique equipment, concrete bulks, and much more.

Tradexpos staff are estimating over 36,000 farmers and ranchers will attend the 21st annual show. If you're looking for new farm and ranch technology, feed and seed data, building suppliers and more than 700 lines of equipment, the Topeka Farm Show provides all that.

This year's special attraction is Craig Cameron "Complete Horsemanship."..Ride Smart" horse clinics.

Craig Cameron's Free Horsemanship Clinics are located in the R.R. Domer Livestock Arena and will be held daily. See the best in business as he incorporates his unique training methods.

Those attending the 2010 Topeka Farm Show are encouraged to visit the Show Office located in Exhibition Hall Atrium to register for 40 acres (twelve bags--$2,400) of Midland Corn Seed sponsored by your local Midland Seed dealer. The drawing will be held at 3:30 p.m., Jan. 7 and entrants need not be present to win.

A large variety of free health care will be available to those attending the farm show. Visit the Shawnee/Osage County Farm Bureau display located in the Exhibition Hall Atrium for the free health checks and screenings.

Learn more about the 2010 Topeka Farm Show Exhibitors at www.tradexpos.com.

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