The world’s largest annual agricultural exposition will take place February 11-13 in Tulare, California. This year, the theme of the 53rd annual event is “Focusing on Ag.” The celebration offers an important platform for networking, education, and business to one of the country’s most productive agricultural counties. Daily tours throughout the Central Valley give attendees an opportunity to learn about the local agriculture.
Over 1,500 exhibitors are spread across 2.6 million square feet of exhibit space at the International Agri-Center. Each booth displays the most current and cutting-edge developments in agricultural equipment, ranging from simple solutions to high-tech devices.
The Seminar Center provides a place for agricultural professionals and newcomers alike to learn the latest industry tips to customize operations and increase efficiency. Topics range from viticulture to bovine genetics, and are a premium networking opportunity.
Additionally, this year is the premiere of the Hemp Education & Marketing Pavilion and Hemp Innovation Challenge. These new events are designed to accelerate the future of the hemp industry by supporting entrepreneurs, researchers, and students in this budding field of agriculture.
President and Designated Broker of Knipe Land Company, John Knipe, will be hosting with Miss Rodeo California 2020 at booth #3632. Be sure to stop by for some complimentary items and your own autographed copy of the Range Writer Magazine!
Last year, the World Ag Expo drew over 100,000 attendees from 65 countries! The event space offers 110 acres of free on-site parking to accommodate the large crowds. Admission is $15 at the gate, while children under 6 receive free entry.