OKC Farm Show Manager Ron Bormaster says To Expect a Great Show This YearFri, 12 Jun 2020 11:35:52 CDT
It's just about time for the Oklahoma Farm Show coming up on June 18, 19th, and 20th at the Bennet Event Center on the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds. The Oklahoma City Farm Show is the premier spring agricultural and ranching event for the southern plains area, with hundreds of exhibitors featuring over 1,000 product lines for three big days. Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays caught up with Show Manager Ron Bormaster to talk about the upcoming event.
Scheduling efforts have proven difficult due to Covid-19 precautions, but show manager Ron Bormaster says they have taken all precautions and are ready to put on a great show, "The show is looking good. We've done some social-spacing for every vendor that is in the show. I think we are going to have a great show."
Bormaster says this year's show will have a bunch of fun exhibits as they have added more space this year indoors and outdoors. He says you can expect some unique things, including a $1,000 show bucks drawing that occurs every day at 1:00 pm. They will also be doing cattle demo special that will give $500 per demo towards the purchase of any cattle equipment company that's in that demo.
Exhibits include all of the latest in agriculture with a full line of displays, including tractor, sprayer, tillage, harvest equipment, cattle management products, and more. In addition to indoor and outdoor exhibits, daily horse training seminars, cattle chute demonstrations, cattle grading competitions, and prize drawings make the Oklahoma City Farm Show a don't-miss event.
If you would like to see an interactive map of all the vendors and exhibits, click here to see the interactive floor plan:
Exciting events at this year's show:
Free Coffee & Rolls each morning!
Live Cattle Equipment Demonstrations
Live Music by Rusty Rierson!
Daily $1,000 "SHOWBUCKS" drawing ~ Sponsored by Great Plains Kubota
Ride and Drive Spartan Mower giveaway ~Sponsored by Spartan Mowers
Click on the listen bar below to hear the conversation with Ron Hays and Ron Bormaster.
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