Held August 26-28, the 2014 Farm Progress Show kicked off with a rainy morning but gave way to a mild, sunny day. Unfortunately, the storm clouds stuck around for the next two days, forcing show officials to cancel the show early on the third and final day due to rain and lightning.
FMH was one of 700 exhibitors at the show, and saw a lot of traffic come to our booth to check out demos of the Farm Bill website on iPads, talk to our knowledgeable field staff, and sign up for a tailgate prize package.
“We had several people come up and thank us for our service this year,” said RJ Brinkmeyer, an FMH Iowa Regional Sales Manager.
The Farm Progress Show is the largest of its kind in the country and offers show visitors a one-stop shop for catching up on the latest information in crop protection, biotech traits, and crop production enhancement tools.
FMH would like to thank the field and home office employees that volunteered their time to make the 2014 Farm Progress Show such a success, even if it was a muddy one.
FMH will be at the show again when it comes through Boone, Iowa in 2016.