“Having the Hay & Forage Expo centrally located and near major highways and interstates makes it easy for hay producers to attend, “ says Matt Jungmann, show director, Penton Agriculture. “Plus, the amenities offered by the Central Iowa Expo facilities such as paved streets and permanent display lots make it enjoyable for the producers who attend the event and exhibitors.”
The two-day expo, sponsored by Penton Agriculture’s Wallaces Farmer, The Farmer, and Wisconsin Agriculturist, allows producers to learn about the latest developments in hay and forage technology, with a comprehensive exhibit area and working field demonstrations that will be conducted throughout each show day.
Mowing, conditioning, baling and hay handling demonstrations will be showcased on prime alfalfa, and attendees will have the opportunity to compare the most popular equipment brands operating side by side under actual field conditions.
The expo also features a trade show on the facility’s 10-acre exhibit field. Displays from the major and shortline specialty manufacturers will focus on products aimed at boosting the efficiency and profitability of hay and forage productions. Visitors can examine the latest balers, forage choppers, disk mower conditioners, tedders, rakes, mergers, bale carriers, forage seed and more hay production products.
More information can be found on the Hay & Forage Expo website