Although the 2021 National Farm Machinery Show was canceled due to the pandemic, Kentucky is gearing up to host thousands of farmers and ranchers in the upcoming year. The National Farm Machinery Show announced attendee registration is open in preparation for the show February 16 to 19, 2022.
Each year farmers, equipment manufacturers, and agribusiness professionals travel to Louisville to get a first-hand look at the latest equipment, technology and educational seminars at the National Farm Machinery Show. After introducing voluntary registration in 2020, registration is now mandatory for attendees to access the event.
The National Farm Machinery Show spans 1.2 million square feet and features more than 900 booths of the agricultural industry’s latest and most comprehensive display of equipment, services and technology. The event features free seminars with topics ranging from market strategies to the future of precision planting.
“We’re so excited to welcome everyone back for the 56th National Farm Machinery Show! We know the entire agribusiness industry is ready to come together to see all of the latest innovations in farm machinery and technology. Farming and agriculture are essential industries and it’s more important than ever to stay on top of the latest trends to put food on the tables of millions around the world,” said David S. Beck, President and CEO of Kentucky Venues.
This annual event is the largest indoor farm show in the country and the premier winter show within the industry. In an effort to help the show continue to grow and improve the guest experience, Kentucky Venues is requiring registration this year. As part of the registration process, attendees who register in the first week will have a chance to win free parking or Championship Tractor Pull tickets.
The National Farm Machinery Show offered the most complete selection of cutting-edge agricultural products, equipment and services available in the farming industry in one area. Business professionals from around the world gain knowledge and hands-on access to various technological advancements needed for the upcoming farming season during the four-day show.
As the nation’s largest indoor farm show, the National Farm Machinery Show brings an estimated economic impact of $20.54 million to Louisville annually, filling local hotels and restaurants with attendees from across the country and around the world.