The 45th Annual Triumph of Agriculture Exposition planned March 9-10
OMAHA, Neb. – One of the Midwest’s premier indoor farm events, the Triumph of Agriculture Exposition will be held March 9 and 10, 2011, at the Qwest Center-Omaha, 10th and Capitol Avenue, just off I-480. The 45th Annual Farm and Ranch Machinery Show will once again be filled with the latest agricultural innovations, equipment and supplies with more than 900 exhibits for farmers, ranchers, and their wives to visit all on one level of over 200,000 square feet in the state-of-the-art Qwest Center-Omaha.
“It’s an excellent opportunity to see all types of Short-Line farm equipment, new products, labor and time saving ideas all under one roof,” says Bob Mancuso, Sr., the Show’s Producer. “The Triumph of Ag Expo is the best place for farmers to find answers for what they do control while taking advantage of the new technologies at the Expo – ranging from machinery to new plant varieties that are available.” The Farm Show is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wed and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thurs. Advance free admission tickets can be obtained from Exhibitors, County Extension agents, farm machinery and equipment dealers or at the Qwest Center-Omaha door. This is an ideal time for area Farm Operators to find ways to improve productivity and increase profits, before spring field work begins.
Bob Mancuso, Jr., Show Director, said if you are interested in agriculture and farming, this year’s Expo is the place to be on March 9-10, 2011. In addition to all of the latest equipment, products, and services – there will be seminars throughout the Show, craft items and displays, antique farm tractors and equipment, and special programs. The Triumph of Ag Expo is a charter member of the North American Farm Show Council – the Top 25 shows in North America!
For more information contact Bob Mancuso, Jr. at (402) 346-8003.
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