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Each year, farmers attend the Farm Progress Show to see the latest innovations and meet with product experts. While there, they have the unmatched opportunity to participate in a number of exciting demonstrations of the latest farming implements and equipment. Below are some of the features you can expect to see in Decatur, IL.
Experience the latest, most technologically advanced farm equipment in the world in action. Across 300+ acres of corn harvest, explore the latest equipment from top ag manufacturers in the field. Expect corn harvest, tillage and tiling demonstrations to happen daily. Max Armstrong will be describing each piece of equipment over the loudspeakers during the demos.
The Autonomy Showcase provides a "hands off" demonstration experience that goes beyond auto- steering. At least two autonomous machines will be in operation each day of the show. Come get a closer look at the latest in technology and see why these machines are creating a buzz in the industry.
Catch “The Noon Show” live, hosted by Max Armstrong. Each day experts will deliver the inside scoop on all aspects of farming with a variety of notable guests. Guest lineup varies daily. Check 2021 Farm Progress Show Schedule for the latest.* The Noon Show will be hosted on the ADM Stage in the Prairie Farmer Hospitality Building. Also swing by at Wednesday at 3 p.m. for a live recording of “This Week in Agribusiness” with Armstrong and meteorologist Greg Soulje. *Guests subject to change.
Discover the latest and greatest ideas and products. With hundreds of exhibitors, this is your opportunity to walk around and see what's new from your favorite companies. The Farm Progress Show is proud to offer farmers an opportunity to discuss new products in person with the experts and specialists who built them.