Last year saw over 40,000 attendees through the gates, and the number is only expected to grow again this year.

“Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show continues to be the place for farmers to see and experience the latest in farming technology and innovation,” says Doug Wagner, president of Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show. “We are proud of being a venue that can bring new technology to farmers on such a large scale. We can’t wait for farmers to see what we have in store this September.”

Field demonstrations will include the fertilizer spreader demo, the tillage of cover crops demo and the roller crimper demo, while FCC Livestock Central will feature sheep- and cattle-handling demos, as well as the pasture-grazing demo.

Another show highlight will be the evolution of farming demonstration featuring Dot Technology Corp., presented by Corteva Agriscience, the first autonomous farming demonstration of its kind at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show – and in eastern Canada.

The Britespan Dairy Innovation Centre, located on Masonville Lane, is home to 70 cows each year. The centre itself is a fully functional robotic milking barn showcasing two competing systems from Lely and DeLaval.


The centre also features products from over a dozen different exhibitors who specialize in feed, machinery, stalls, building, ventilation and more. All of the companies work together to make the barn a success.

The TD Dairy Producer Pavilion welcomes TD Canada Trust as its new title sponsor and will feature over 20 dairy-specific companies including EastGen, Dairy Farmers of Ontario and Gay-Lea Foods Co-operative. The pavilion is located at the corner of Ninth Lane and Lower Machinery Mall.

The show will also feature the Innovations Showcase, where new and exciting technology is on display after being reviewed and judged by a panel of industry experts.

This year’s categories include crop and seed innovation, equipment innovation, livestock innovation and agribusiness innovation.

This year’s Innovations Showcase will feature over 15 new and innovative products, and attendees can visit the following company booths to find out more:

  • Corteva Agriscience, Booth #N-B
  • Northern Strands, Booth #AB-21
  • Brussels AgriService/Taege Engineering, Booth #N-875
  • MTZ Farm Equipment Ltd., Booth #S-G
  • LEMKEN Canada, Booth #SM-219
  • Thunderstruck Ag Equipment, Booth #SM-815
  • John Deere Canada ULC, Booth #SM-1016
  • Loadsense, Booth #AB-22
  • Trouw Nutrition Canada, Booth #DP-27
  • Sitrex, Booth #S-914
  • ThermoEnergy Structures Inc., Booth #N-866
  • X-Steam-inator Agricultural Products Ltd., Booth #N-551

The show also boasts the Education and Career Centre, where professionals from the University of Guelph and will be on hand to answer questions about jobs in the agricultural field.

The entire staff and crew of Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show look forward to welcoming farmers on Sept. 10, 11 and 12 in Woodstock, Ontario.  end mark

PHOTO: The Britespan Dairy Innovation Centre is a fully functional robotic milking barn showcasing two competing systems, as well as featuring products from over a dozen different exhibitors. Photo courtesy of Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show.