FORT WAYNE, IN -- The Fort Wayne Farm Show has established itself as one of the most respected farm shows in the upper Midwest, featuring the latest technology the industry has to offer.
Over 35,000 farmers attend the show annually to view the area's largest variety of farm equipment and services in one location.
The Northeastern Indiana Soil & Water Conservation District, along with Purdue Cooperative Extension Services, present educational seminars daily. Free CPR classes will be offered each day by Parkview Health Systems. This year's grand prize will be a Massey Ferguson 2400 series zero-turn lawnmower courtesy of Harmony Outdoor Equipment, located at 102 Peckhart in Auburn, IN.
In support of Indiana's FFA Scholarship Foundation, a fundraising auction will be held at 1 p.m. both Tuesday and Wednesday, featuring a variety of donated items. Last year's auction raised over $20,000 for scholarships.
In addition to the Fort Wayne Farm Show, Tradexpos produces the North American Farm & Power Show in Owatonna, MN, the Wichita Farm & Ranch Show, and the Topeka Farm Show, both in Kansas.
Visit the Tradexpos website at www.tradexpos.com for more information on the Fort Wayne Farm Show. Contact Tradexpos, Inc., PO Box 1067, Austin, MN 55912, or call Fred Cline at 800-347-5225.