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Advanced tech and live demos at the Farm Progress Show
Community Brief

BOONE, Iowa — Farm Progress recently announced the upcoming Farm Progress Show, a leading national outdoor farming event, scheduled for Aug. 27-29, in Boone, Iowa. This year’s show introduces a new, more efficient northern traffic route for attendees and offers advanced ticket sales online, providing a streamlined experience for all visitors.

“The Farm Progress Show is a testament to the innovation of the agricultural community,” said Matt Jungmann, national director of events for Farm Progress. “We are proud to offer an event that not only showcases the progress in the industry but also serves as a hub for farmers, exhibitors and businesses to connect and share their passion for agriculture.”

Attendees can look forward to field demonstrations that display the capabilities of the latest farming equipment in action. Corn has been planted and will be ready in time for the live harvesting demonstrations. New seeds, crop protection solutions, fertilizer and more implements will also be showcased, offering insights into the advancements that are driving the industry forward.

Visitors will also have a chance to get behind the wheel. The Ride and Drive program is back, and it will give attendees a hands-on experience to test drive the latest vehicles, emphasizing the progress in equipment design and functionality. 

For the first time, there will be two Varied Industries Tents. Both will feature a comprehensive array of agricultural products and services, reflecting the diverse needs of the farming community. The show is expected to draw a broad international audience, highlighting the increasing global demand for agriculture.

Save money by purchasing tickets online. To purchase tickets and for more information, visit the official website at