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Jul

20 - 22


Four State Farm Show
20 - 22 Jul 2018

Held each July, the Four State Farm Show brings thousands of farmers and ranchers to a 300-acre farm near Pittsburg, Kan., for three days of agricultural product displays and equipment demonstrations. With approximately 700 exhibits, the event features all of the major lines of farm machinery and equipment as well as innovative products from agribusiness firms across the country. The 25-acre Farm Show site will over-flow with a vast array of farm equipment, seed, feed, agri-chemicals, livestock, farm buildings, grain bins, livestock handling equipment, tires, tools, trailers and much more. The tremendous range of agriculturally-related goods and services annually provides farmers and stockmen with a unique opportunity to shop and compare in one location.

Oct

11 - 13


3i Show
11 - 13 Oct 2018

The 3i SHOW, which is held in March each year, is a salute to Industry, Implements and Irrigation, and is a showplace for products manufactured in Western Kansas. The 3iSHOW is held at the Western State Bank Expo Center in Dodge City. The Expo Center is 575' x 300' with 90,000 sq. ft. of concrete floors and the remainder a dirt floor arena with an additional 1 million sq. ft. of outdoor exhibits. The 3i SHOW has been a Charter Member of the Farm Show Council since 1972. This organization is comprised of the top 30 farm shows in North America, with a goal of promoting and developing its member shows to insure increased efficiency and effectiveness for you, the exhibitor, and the person in attendance. The Farm Show Council seal reflects excellence, a quality you will find in the 2018 3i SHOW. Join over 500 exhibitors representing over 1,000 companies displaying their products and services!

Nov

14 - 15


KARA Show
14 - 15 Nov 2018

The Kansas Agri Business Expo is a jointly sponsored tradeshow of the Kansas Grain and Feed Association and the Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association. It attracts over 1,200 attendees across the region from all facets of the agribusiness industry. KGFA members include representatives from the state’s grain storage, handling, processing and merchandising industry. KGFA represents over 98% of the state’s total licensed storage capacity. KARA represents state’s plant nutrient and crop protection industry. KARA members are primarily retail dealers which sell and custom apply pesticides and fertilizers for Kansas producers, as well as distribution firms, manufacturer representatives and equipment manufacturers.