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Husker Harvest Days 2009 in Grand Island

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The 2009 Husker Harvest Days, Sept. 15-17, was the 32nd edition of the event at the same site along Husker Highway six miles west of Grand Island.

Husker Harvest Days has become one of the nation’s premier working farm shows, with exhibitors and field demonstrations geared to Nebraska and Western Corn Belt agriculture. It is the nation’s largest farm show in which all field crops and plots are irrigated. The half-dozen center-pivot systems and one lateral-move sprinkler that water those crops also are demonstrated during the show.

Visitors from Nebraska and more than 20 other states attended the three-day event. They are welcomed by 500 exhibitors, offering a wide range of ag products and services.

Next year’s event will be Sept. 14-16, 2010.

The 2009 Husker Harvest Days, Sept. 15-17, was the 32nd edition of the event at the same site along Husker Highway six miles west of Grand Island.

Husker Harvest Days has become one of the nation’s premier working farm shows, with exhibitors and field demonstrations geared to Nebraska and Western Corn Belt agriculture. It is the nation’s largest farm show in which all field crops and plots are irrigated. The half-dozen center-pivot systems and one lateral-move sprinkler that water those crops also are demonstrated during the show.

Visitors from Nebraska and more than 20 other states attended the three-day event. They are welcomed by 500 exhibitors, offering a wide range of ag products and services.

Next year’s event will be Sept. 14-16, 2010.

The 2009 Husker Harvest Days, Sept. 15-17, was the 32nd edition of the event at the same site along Husker Highway six miles west of Grand Island.

Husker Harvest Days has become one of the nation’s premier working farm shows, with exhibitors and field demonstrations geared to Nebraska and Western Corn Belt agriculture. It is the nation’s largest farm show in which all field crops and plots are irrigated. The half-dozen center-pivot systems and one lateral-move sprinkler that water those crops also are demonstrated during the show.

Visitors from Nebraska and more than 20 other states attended the three-day event. They are welcomed by 500 exhibitors, offering a wide range of ag products and services.

Next year’s event will be Sept. 14-16, 2010.

The 2009 Husker Harvest Days, Sept. 15-17, was the 32nd edition of the event at the same site along Husker Highway six miles west of Grand Island.

Husker Harvest Days has become one of the nation’s premier working farm shows, with exhibitors and field demonstrations geared to Nebraska and Western Corn Belt agriculture. It is the nation’s largest farm show in which all field crops and plots are irrigated. The half-dozen center-pivot systems and one lateral-move sprinkler that water those crops also are demonstrated during the show.

Visitors from Nebraska and more than 20 other states attended the three-day event. They are welcomed by 500 exhibitors, offering a wide range of ag products and services.

Next year’s event will be Sept. 14-16, 2010.

The 2009 Husker Harvest Days, Sept. 15-17, was the 32nd edition of the event at the same site along Husker Highway six miles west of Grand Island.

Husker Harvest Days has become one of the nation’s premier working farm shows, with exhibitors and field demonstrations geared to Nebraska and Western Corn Belt agriculture. It is the nation’s largest farm show in which all field crops and plots are irrigated. The half-dozen center-pivot systems and one lateral-move sprinkler that water those crops also are demonstrated during the show.

Visitors from Nebraska and more than 20 other states attended the three-day event. They are welcomed by 500 exhibitors, offering a wide range of ag products and services.

Next year’s event will be Sept. 14-16, 2010.

The 2009 Husker Harvest Days, Sept. 15-17, was the 32nd edition of the event at the same site along Husker Highway six miles west of Grand Island.

Husker Harvest Days has become one of the nation’s premier working farm shows, with exhibitors and field demonstrations geared to Nebraska and Western Corn Belt agriculture. It is the nation’s largest farm show in which all field crops and plots are irrigated. The half-dozen center-pivot systems and one lateral-move sprinkler that water those crops also are demonstrated during the show.

Visitors from Nebraska and more than 20 other states attended the three-day event. They are welcomed by 500 exhibitors, offering a wide range of ag products and services.

Next year’s event will be Sept. 14-16, 2010.


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