Show season is upon us. Every year at this time, Land Pride gets started with what we refer to as the spring shows, even though the calendar is quite clearly still in the middle of winter.
The second week in January, Land Pride got it started with the Topeka, KS Farm Show and the Tennessee Cattlemen's Association Conference in Murfreesboro, TN. The last week of January, we journeyed both east and west for the Northwest Agricultural Show in Sublimity, OR and the Power Show in Columbus, OH. The first day of February, you could have found us in Des Moines at the Iowa Power Farming Show and Raleigh, NC at the Southern Farm Show.
The bad news is those are passed. The good news, you’ve got ample opportunities in the near future to see more of us.
Valentine’s Day kicks off a run of great shows for Land Pride. You can see us in Tulare, CA at the World Ag Expo February 14th through the 16th. Then, February 15th the National Farm Machinery Show kicks off in Louisville, KY and runs through February 18th. This is Land Pride’s biggest show. We take approximately 60 pieces for display.
Sandwiched in between those two shows is the Alabama Cattlemen's Association Convention and Tradeshow in Montgomery.
February 23rd through the 25th you can kick the tires on new products at the New York Farm Show in Syracuse. If New York is not in your travel plans, you can catch up with us in Kansas City at the Western Farm Show Feb 24th through 26th.
Like every year, we try to showcase our new products and give a good offering of our entire line. Big for the 2017 Shows will be our line of Kubota by Land Pride Construction Attachments. We also have a new Flail Mower that we’ll be introducing.
If you want up-to-date information from a lot of our shows, check us out on Twitter and Facebook. We try to hit those social media outlets with photos and updates from a lot of our shows. The World Ag Expo and National Farm Machinery Show are no different. We’ll be live and in color!
If we didn't come close to your hometown, check out our Show Schedule for a year's worth of shows.