Des Moines, Iowa – November 14, 2016: Looking for the latest, greatest ag-related products and services? If so, the 10th Annual Nebraska Power Farming Show, presented by AgDirect and Farm Credit Services of America, is for you. Stuffed with 9.2 acres of displays, the second largest indoor farm show in the United States is located right in your backyard in Lincoln, Nebraska.
More than 850 companies will be exhibiting at the Nebraska Power Farming Show this year – 116 new to the show. For many, this is the only farm show they attend in Nebraska. In fact, more than 70% do not participate in the nearest indoor farm show and 57% do not exhibit at the closest outdoor farm show.
Tuff-bilt Tractors Manufacturing Inc. (booth #512) is one of these companies. The Walthill, Nebraska-based manufacturer produces a versatile garden tractor designed to meet the growing needs of landscape companies, small land owners, large farms with specific cultivation needs, farmer’s markets producers and organic farms.
Each Tuff-bilt tractor comes equipped with two 3-point hitches (front and rear), hydraulically operated with a lift capacity over 700 pounds each. The tractor also features a 19 HP Kohler gas engine, longer frame, 5-gallon gas tank, reinforced lift arms, heavy duty turnbuckles at all lift points, muffler guard, rear takeoff shaft guard and a full 1-year warranty. Add in 24 easy converting implements and accessories, and the Tuff-bilt tractor can tackle almost any job.
Visit nebraskapowershow.com for a complete exhibitor list. Show hours are 9 am to 5 pm Tuesday and Wednesday, and 9 am to 3 pm Thursday. Admission and parking are FREE. Nebraska Farm Bureau members are encouraged to stop by the Nebraska Farm Bureau booth (#2210) on Wednesday for a FREE Farm Bureau cup (with FREE refills) and leather work gloves (while supplies last).
The Nebraska Power Farming Show is produced by the Iowa-Nebraska Equipment Dealers Association in conjunction with local Nebraska and Iowa farm equipment dealers. Diamond Sponsor presented by AgDirect and Farm Credit Services of America; Platinum Sponsors – Bayer CropScience and Nebraska Farm Bureau; Gold Sponsors – Machinery Pete and Stine Seed; and Media Sponsors: Midwest Messenger and Rural Radio Network.