SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Yes – Agricultural Pride. “We are proud of the northeast farmers and the impact that they have on the economy. Times have been difficult for these dedicated people working every day to provide us with our food and I want them to know that we are grateful for their efforts.” said Scott Grigor, Show Manager.
The 34th annual New York Farm will be held on February 21 – 23, 2019 at the NYS fairgrounds in Syracuse. The show will include the new Expo Building. The Northeast’s premier indoor farm show is packed with new and practical equipment, services and products just right for your farming operation. Over 400 exhibitors covering more than 300,000 sq. ft. will be waiting for you. Show hours 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. daily.
“It’s Agricultural Pride and the 2019 New York Farm offers many new and exciting highlights for everyone,” said Scott Grigor, New York Show manager. Visitors can shop, compare and buy the latest practices and efficiencies.
The latest technologies and equipment in the agricultural industry will be showcased at the show. Visit our website (www.newyorkfarmshow.com) to see a full list of details and new products. Many organizations will be offering workshops and presentations including the Beef Industry, Forest Management workshops and Agricultural Safety Program will be available throughout the show.
“These organizations have dedicated a lot of time and effort to provide high quality programs for the show visitors,” said Grigor.
The Daniel Parrish Witter Agricultural Museum, celebrated its 90th anniversary in 2018, at the New York State Fairgrounds will be open from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. each day of the New York Farm Show. The Witter Museum is located between the new Expo Center and the Dairy Cattle Building. Admission is free to all New York Farm Show attendees. The Witter Museum, built in 1928, celebrated its 90th anniversary in 2018. The museum contains many displays and exhibits as well as actual demonstrators. Subjects include weaving, broom making, wood working, spinning, hops, basket making, sewing, quilting, dairy, apples and much more.
The museum houses a wide array of antique farming artifacts and tells the history of agriculture in New York state. One of the highlights is an authentic 1810 log cabin that was moved to this location from a farm in Schohaire County in 1928. Stop by for a visit down memory lane as you enjoy all that the New York Farm Show has to offer.
The Robert Watson Memorial Toy Auction on February 22 at 5:00 p.m. will be in the Empire Room of the Arts and Homes Building. Nearly 200 Farm Toys will be sold to the highest bidder and all proceeds to benefit the New York FFA.
Visitors can view and purchase farm toys at the toy show in the Art & Homes building. “It’s the premier indoor farm show in the northeast and an opportunity to showcase the agricultural industry.” Grigor added.
Tickets are available to you free from your Northeast Equipment Dealers or by writing to New York Farm Show, P.O. Box 3470, Syracuse, NY 13220. Include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your request by February 15. Admission is $ 5.00 at the door and children under 18 are free. Free parking and bus shuttles are available.
For additional information visit our official website at www.newyorkfarmshow.com. New York Farm Show is cosponsored by the Northeast Equipment Dealers Association and American Agriculturist Magazine.
–New York Farm Show
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