Farm Progress Show Day 1 Wrap Up: Rain, Faulty Flooring & Bouncy Castles

Do you make a wish list before you go to a farm show — things to research, questions to ask, items for the Christmas list? Planning ahead isn’t for everyone, but this year even Shaun Haney did his homework before hitting the grounds at Canada’s Farm Progress Show.

Joining Shaun at the show is Real Agriculture’s editor Lyndsey Smith, field editor Debra Murphy and user experience lead Rhett Soveran. In fine Real Ag fashion, the team sat down to wrap the first day of the show — from the incredible downpour that may have followed tornado hunter Greg Johnson to Regina, which equipment manufacturing is hosting a (for kids-only) bouncy castle at their booth, and why a certain hotel MAY want to look into some renovations sooner rather than later.

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