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New exhibitors to appear at show


The exhibitor lineup for the Nebraska Power Farming Show keeps getting stronger. This year 121 new exhibitors will showcase products and services in Lincoln, bringing the grand total to more than 870 farm equipment and services companies and 2,150 total booths.

"Our goal is to have the most diverse lineup of exhibitors of any indoor farm show in America," said Show Co-Director Tom Junge. "Each year we receive interest from hundreds of ag companies and organizations, and we invite those who are capable of bringing something new and exciting to the show. Fortunately, we have plenty of space available, so we can continue to add exhibitors and create a more powerful experience for attendees."

Appearing at the Nebraska Power Farming Show for the first time are organizations like ADM Crop Risk Services, Azland, Inc., Highline Manufacturing, Kelly Ryan, M-C Dryers, Peck Mfg. Co., and T-L Irrigation Co. They join a powerful list of returning exhibitors that includes iconic companies like John Deere, Case IH, New Holland, Massey Ferguson, Bobcat, Kioti, Buhler-Versatile, Kubota and TYM.

The Nebraska Power Farming Show, the second largest indoor farm show in the United States, runs from Dec. 4 to 6 at the Lancaster Event Center in Lincoln. For more information or to access a complete list of new exhibitors, visit www.nebraskapowershow.com.

Date: 11-26-2012



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