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2014 Iowa Power Farming Show to bring hundreds to Des Moines

If you build it and put it on display at the Iowa Power Farming Show, over 20,000 people will come to see it. In January, over 750 ag-related companies – including the biggest names in the industry – will once again set up shop at the Iowa Events Center, where they will showcase their best and latest ag products and services to thousands of Midwest growers.

With over 1,840 booths spread out across 7 acres of real estate on six floors in three different buildings, the Iowa Power Farming Show is the third largest indoor farm show in North America. Because it takes place in January, it’s the first big opportunity of the year for farm equipment manufacturers and agribusinesses to launch new products and services or offer sneak peeks at upcoming innovations.

“The location in central Iowa means growers in the heartland can see the next big things in agriculture without incurring heavy travel expenses,” said show director Tom Junge. “And the timing early in the year means companies can introduce new innovations directly to their target customers in the Midwest.”

The 2014 Iowa Power Farming Show takes place Jan. 28-30 at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines. General admission is $6 and children under 14 are admitted free. The Iowa Power Farming Show is owned and managed by the Iowa-Nebraska Equipment Dealers Association, which represents more than 400 agricultural and outdoor power equipment dealers throughout Iowa and Nebraska.

For complete show information and directions, visit www.iowapowershow.com.

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