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Mariana Fikse, ’18, speaks to a visitor attending the Ag Expo

One of the largest agriculture conventions, World Ag Expo, has just finished its run, but this year is the 50th celebration.

Whether or not agriculture and farming runs in the family, this event with surely leave any visitor with a knowledge of technology, as well as information about the massive production that takes place in one of the biggest agriculture locations on the planet.

The name of this exposition would not have included the word ‘world’ if it did not attract vendors and attendees from all over the world. World Ag stands as the largest annual agriculture convention in the world for its 1,500 exhibitors and massive square space to display the newest technology, and of course, mouth-watering peach cobbler.

Although gray clouds and raindrops clouded the grounds on the third day, it did not dampen the mood for visitors as the walkways were still filled. With many acres set up with equipment and demonstrations, there is much to check out and explore.  

For more information on World Ag Expo: Celebrating 50 years of international agricultural evolution

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