Dean Morrell of AGCO discusses the Hesston 1844 three-string baler during World Ag Expo in Tulare, Calif. in February. This year’s Expo included about 1,500 exhibitors and about 100,000 visitors from thoughout the world.
David Berndt, left, alfalfa and grass hay grower, Berndt Hay and Straw, White, S.D., visits with California hay market analyst Seth Hoyt after Hoyt’s hay outlook seminar presentation during World Ag Expo in Tulare, Calif.
Talkin' tires at World Ag Expo include from left: Matt Raymond of Rain for Rent, plus Alan Eaton and Bryan Reid of Big Brand Commercial, all from Bakersfield, Calif.
Penton Media, Western Farm Press’ parent company, has produced the Official World Ag Expo Magazine and Show Guide since 2009. This year’s framed magazine presentation to the International Agri-Center, which produces World Ag Expo, includes from left: the IAC’s sponsorship and exhibitor marketing coordinator Shaun Davis, show operations manager Katy Young, communications director Liza Teixeira, and chief executive officer Jerry Sinift (holding plaque); plus Farm Press’ Sylvia Stark, publisher Greg Frey (with plaque), Cindy Hubbard, Forrest Laws, Dennis Miner, and Mike Lafferre.
The 2013 World Ag Expo is over, but the impact of the largest farm exposition in the world continues through sales throughout the year.
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