What’s the secret to success for this popular event? No secret. Just a proven track record for staying on top of economic shifts, changing demographics, emerging issues and advances in technology in a fast-moving industry. Successful farms are cutting edge, so is Canada's Farm Progress Show.
The country’s Largest Trade Show is a dryland farm technology show that annually attracts 45,000 visitors from around the globe. It’s the place to be for opportunity, innovation and excitement. This year, organizers look forward to new programming that add even more value for stakeholders, from exhibitors and sponsors to the visiting public.
The Co-operator’s Centre, provides 650,000 square feet of easy-to-access, connected indoor display space within the show’s 1.8 million square foot layout. It opens a whole new vista for the CFPS and for the exhibitors and sponsors that call it home for three days in June.
Annual favourite programs include within the demonstration areas include, FCC Innovations Showcase and the Antique Truck and Tractor Showcase. In addition, Livestock Centre, Modern Lifestyles Displays, entertainment and educational seminars are offered throughout the grounds and promise to be better than ever.
Returning this year is the Farm Progress Forum Presented by FCC. Located in the Hall 12 this speaker series features keynote addresses from leaders in the agriculture field. You the professional farmer will get to learn about the relevant issues that will influence your business.
The International Buyers Program is another feature that sets the CFPS apart from other shows of its kind. International guests and buyer delegations from over 50 countries are matched with the products, services and suppliers that they need. The country’s leading manufacturers can meet international customers and the country’s top farmers, face-to-face, in one marketplace. It’s just one more reason this show is the best in the country.
It’s the perfect blend of tried and true, fresh and new, local and international and everyone in between. No wonder it’s recognized as “Canada’s National Farm Show.”