First Annual Heart of America Farm Show AnnouncedMon, 24 Jun 2013 10:01:51 CDT
Heart of America Trade Shows LLC has announced the Heart of America Farm Show, taking place September 20-22 at the Tulsa RV Ranch near Beggs, Oklahoma. The event will include a rodeo, cow dog demonstrations, guest speakers and a kid zone. There will also be a drawing for a 32 ft. hay trailer.
Heart of America Trade Show's farm show director Kevin Kite says this will be a recurring annual show featuring many vendors, booths and activities for the whole family.
"I am very excited to be a part of the Heart of America Farm Show, as I know it will become an important part of the farming industry," Kite said. "This will be a great opportunity for people in the business to connect and share their tips for the trade."
There will be several guest speakers at the show as well, including Director of Farm Programing for the Oklahoma Radio Network and Broadcaster Hall of Fame inductee Ron Hays who will be on hand to deliver two topic speeches, "Rebuilding your mama cow herd," and "Restoring drought impacted pasture."
Also speaking will be cohost of "Hook & Hunt" radio show Steve Schiffner. He will be speaking on the topics of "Managing and improving your deer herd and turkey population" and "How to maximize your income with hunting leases." Each of these guests will be accompanied by other professionals in the field to ensure attendees are well informed.
A meet, greet and autograph session with some of the top bull riders in America is also planned for the enjoyment of kids of all ages.
Aside from listening to the speakers there will be farm equipment and other companies showcasing their products throughout the event. There are currently still booths for rent for vendors who wish to participate in the show. Indoor and outdoor booths can be secured for as low as $425 for a single booth if paid for by July 1. For more information about renting a booth or becoming an event sponsor vendors can call 888-244-1982.
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