New York Farm Show is Feb. 20-22

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The 28th annual New York Farm Show will be held Feb. 20- 22 at the New York State Fairgrounds, Syracuse.

The show will feature new and practical equipment, services and products, with more than 400 exhibitors covering more than 230,000 square feet.

The show runs daily from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

Popular features

New this year will be the Science Building, which allows visitors to shop, compare and buy the latest practices and efficiencies.

This year will also feature a robotic milking seminar in the Arts & Homes Building.

All four manufacturers marketing robotic systems in the United States will be in the program.

They’ll also have their robots on display. A GEA expert will reveal details about it’s new MIone multi-box milking system.

Milking equipment experts from AMS Galaxy, DeLaval and Lely will also talk about the latest upgrades to their respective Insentec Galaxy Starline, VMS (Voluntary Milking System) and Astronaut A4 robots. Boumatic officials say they’ll have information on the MRS1 robotic system available at their exhibit.

Other events

The Robert Watson Memorial Toy Auction is Feb. 21 at 5 p.m. 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.

The New York Beef Producers will present a series of free beef programs Feb. 20, 21 & 22.

These programs are free to the show visitors and will be held at the New York Beef Producers’ display in the dairy building.

Ticket info

Show tickets are available 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 envelop with your request by Feb. 15. Admission is $ 5 at the door and children under 18 are free.

Free parking and bus shuttles are available. For additional information visit www.newyorkfarmshow.com.

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