If you’ve never been to Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, or it’s been a long time since you’ve gone, Real Agriculture’s Bern Tobin spent a day on the grounds talking with those in the know about the 2014 show set to start in just two weeks — September 9, 2014.

From where you should stop first, to what you absolutely can’t miss on the grounds, to the one word that describes Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, you’ll hear from several of the organizers in this (very fun) interview.

Looking for more info? This link takes you to the Outdoor Farm Show website

From the planned skid steer and high speed planting demos, to an expanded focus on biomass and on to the countless product releases and launches, you’ll get top-notch, pre-planning tips ahead of this show that expects to welcome 40,000 visitors over three days.

(Also, there’s a rumour that Real Agriculture may have some custom beverage cups in the Lion’s Tent, should you ever get thirsty at the show. The Real Agriculture team will be there …well, at the show AND the Lion’s Tent. Come find us!)

Follow this link to see coverage of last year’s Outdoor Farm Show!

One thought on “Advice from the Experts — What You Can’t Miss at this Year’s Outdoor Farm Show

  1. I organized a bus trip to Farm Progress last year and it has nothing on COFS. Decatur was too much walking, too spread out, too much asphalt. I am slightly biased – I have installed and repaired tile, moved dirt, cut roads, cleaned fence rows, etc for OFS and COFS since its inception 21 years ago in Burford. And even though I am supposed to be retired, I will drag equipment from my farm an hour away to do work for Doug Wagner.
    But you can’t do justice to what they have assembled here unless you plan on at least two days

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