World Ag Expo continues to add to permanent footprint


Visitors to this year’s World Ag Expo were treated to a new site when they reached the center of the giant outdoor farm show complex. The International Agri-Center and the City of Tulare, Calif., built a new $2.5-million clear-span building to replace the giant tent that had housed a number of exhibits for the last 20 years. The new Pavilion C drew rave reviews from exhibitors and farm show visitors alike.

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