A Sneak Peek at What’s New for 2013 at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show

If you’ve never attended Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, or if it’s been years since you last went, the show’s 20th anniversary event slated for September 10,11 and 12, 2013, is sure to impress. Each year, the show’s organizers work to make the event not just bigger, but also better for the farmers eager to check out the latest in crop genetics or equipment.

As Stefanie Nagelschmitz and Doug Wagner explain in this video, guests of the show can take advantage of expanded display space and browse the offerings of 12 crop companies — including four new names to the crop demo plots.

Also, Wagner, Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show president, highlights two large-scale demos slated for this year’s show — a line-up of 17 companies who want to showcase their take on true single pass seedbed preparation and a corn stalk chopper demo featuring six chopper heads. 

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