Many farm shows took an 18-month pause during the pandemic as organizers dealt with provincial and state-level restrictions. As vaccines have rolled out and a new crop year has begun, many people continue to wonder how quickly and to what extent, farm shows will return. When our team talks to farmers, exhibitors, and show organizers, there are vast opinions on what will or could happen. At best, the future of farm shows and conferences is cloudy, especially with the delta variant of COVID-19 in the picture. The entire 2021 crop marketing crop cycle happened without in-person events, which has, predictably,…
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