Moultrie Observer

Sunbelt Expo

September 28, 2009

Sunbelt Expo set for Oct. 20-22

MOULTRIE — Farm families looking to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the busy fall harvest season will soon get that chance. They are invited to attend the Sunbelt Ag Expo farm show to be held Oct. 20-22 near Moultrie, Ga.

“The Sunbelt Expo is an annual extravaganza of agricultural technology,” says Chip Blalock, the farm show’s director. “Now in its 32nd year, the Expo has become North America’s premier farm show. Our goal is to bring together more than 1,200 exhibitors and hundreds of thousands of visitors in our 100-acre exhibit area. One visit to the Expo saves you time, money, and effort, which in today’s economy, is a smart decision by any measure. In one day, you can evaluate models and brands that might not be readily available in your area through state of the art field machinery demonstrations, as well as view cutting-edge research practices and interactive educational exhibits. The Expo really offers the most efficient means of finding it all in one place at one time, said Blalock.”

In addition to gaining hands-on access to the newest and most innovative products on the market, attendees will also benefit from the multitude of free seminars and demonstrations featuring some of the agricultural industry’s top experts. This is a unique opportunity for the show’s attendees to gain additional insight into the present and future of the farming industry from renowned experts. The first annual Technology Innovations and Solutions seminars sponsored by Farm Press and hosted by Southern States Cooperative will highlight what is on the horizon for 2010 regarding seeds, crop protection, precision agriculture, fertilizer, and more. One of the seminars will cover herbicide-resistant pigweeds, a major new challenge for crop producers in the Southeast.

The farm show has also partnered with agricultural colleges and universities from throughout the Southeast to provide information from the latest agricultural research that could benefit farmers in the region.

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